Is Camp Casey a deployment?

Today, Camp Casey is home to the 210 Field Artillery Brigade, 2ID support units, and 9 month rotational forces deployed from CONUS.

Where is Camp Casey located?

Dongducheon, South Korea
Camp Casey is a U.S. military base in Dongducheon, South Korea, 40 miles north of Seoul, South Korea. Camp Casey was named in 1952 after Major Hugh Boyd Casey, who was killed in a plane crash near the camp site during the Korean War.

What happened Camp Red Cloud?

A massive mudslide devastated the southern half of CRC. For weeks, Camp Red Cloud went without a main PX as it was destroyed by the floods. Several barracks (officer quarters) were leveled in the destruction along with the golf Pro Shop located adjacent to the helipad.

How close is Camp Casey to the DMZ?

Just over 10 miles from the DMZ, Soldiers at Camp Casey, which is part of Area I, are among the closest to the historic border between North Korea and South Korea. Area I is a collection of U.S. bases located between Seoul and the border.

How many soldiers are at Camp Casey?

6,300 military personnel
Camp Casey is occupied by over 6,300 military personnel and more than 2,500 civilians. The 2nd Infantry Division is the major U.S. ground combat unit in Korea.

Who is Camp Red Cloud named?

Cpl. Mitchell Red Cloud Jr.
23, 2014) — Camp Red Cloud, the U.S. Army installation in Uijeongbu that serves as headquarters for the 2nd Infantry Division in South Korea, is named for Cpl. Mitchell Red Cloud Jr., the Soldier whose fight-to-the-death valor in the Korean War was recognized with a posthumous Medal of Honor.

Can you bring your family to Camp Casey?

installations are required to attend a newcomer’s orientation at which they find out about available programs, including the Pear Blossom Cottage, unique to Area One. Founded at Camp Casey in 1989, the cottage gives noncommand-sponsored spouses a place to relax and socialize and where their children can play.