Flavors that turned the tide in Navy Club dining

Contributor: Kyung Lee

As chef at the now-defunct Navy Club in the U.S. Army Garrison (USAG) Yongsan, Oh Seong-geun held dear his flavor memories from each overseas locale…

Topic: Food
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Yongsan, My Home, March 1968 through March 1969 

Contributor: Carl F. Rost

In late 67 & early 68 I expected orders for Vietnam any day but to my surprise, I received orders to report to South Korea! 
My home & office would be Yongsan Compound

Topic: Cars, community, People, Yongsan Legacy
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Another Side of U.S. 8th Army HQ at Yongsan Garrison

Contributor: SP 5 Victor Leo

What’s important to remember, after all is said and done, are the many thousands of people who touched the face of South Korea including: the citizens of the communities who donated clothing; the students and faculty at the universities who collected, sorted, boxed and provided financial help; the transportation companies who donated their trucks and railroad cars; and especially the soldiers, both American and Korean, who distributed the clothing throughout the country for a decade. Kamsahamnida

Topic: Books, community, cultural exchange, People, welfare, Yongsan Legacy
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Yongsan Garrison 龍山基地 February 23, 1904 ~ November 2, 2018

Contributor: Nam Sang-so for Yongsan legacy

U.S. Army Yongsan Garrison are nearly completing their relocation to a new home in Pyeongtaek, leaving behind fine memories of the 73 years of Yongsan legacy.  K-6 or Camp Humphreys, is a fine region for your cantonment, with an abundant underground water source.  

Topic: History, Mapping, Yongsan Legacy
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