Welcome to USAG Daegu
Welcome to the United States Army Garrison Daegu/Area IV and congratulations on what will be an exciting and fulfilling assignment. Over the next decade our installations, Camps Walker, George and Henry in Daegu, Camp Carroll in Waegwan, and Busan Storage Facility and Pier 8 in Busan, will continue to grow as one of the two enduring Army hubs in the Republic of Korea and the center for logistics expertise for the Korean peninsula.
We have built a new middle-high school and are in the process of completing the 1st of four new, state-of-the-art housing towers. Those facilities complement other great places, like our 18-hole Evergreen Golf Course, libraries, CACs, guest lodges, swimming pools, fitness centers and education centers, located at both Camp Walker and Camp Carroll to service our geographically dispersed population.
With all the construction associated with our growth you will experience occasional inconveniences, but one thing will remain constant: our garrison staff anticipates your arrival with a willingness to serve your needs. To ensure each newcomer receives prompt, convenient in-processing services we have consolidated the most frequented services into a new Soldier Support Center located at the heart of Camp Walker. There you will be able to get your ID card, register in DBIDS, register a vehicle, visit the ACS and WIC offices, sign up for Red Cross classes and meet with the Housing staff.
Schools and Youth Programs
The overwhelming majority of Family
support facilities, programs and services are located on Camps Walker, Henry
and George in Daegu -- the main Exchange, full sized commissary, elementary
through high school, Child and Youth Services including the CDC and Teen
Center, a full service ACS, Wood Medical Clinic and Bodine Dental Clinic. The
majority of facilities and services on Camp Carroll in Waegwan are there for
the Soldiers who live on post -- the Carroll Troop Medical/Dental Clinic,
Commissary Annex, small PX. While Families have the option to live off-post in
the Waegwan area, please understand that with the exception of CACs, gyms,
bowling centers, and theaters, the fiscal reality is that the Daegu area
family-friendly facilities will never be duplicated on Camp Carroll.
you would like to bring your family to Korea, visit your local Military
Personnel Division (MPD) Office or S1 to apply for command sponsorship before
you depart. Communicate with your sponsor as well to help you make an informed
decision. Applying well in advance will help ensure your desires are known to
us. Along with that application, you will need to submit a completed
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) screening for overseas travel, so we
can determine if we can meet the needs of your family.
Employment opportunities are limited for spouses who accompany their Soldier; however, we regularly seek new employees in our Child Development Center and Child, Youth and School Services and we are constantly exploring options for off- and on-post employment for spouses. Visit Army Community Service to participate in the Spouse Newcomers Briefings and Spouse Employment Workshops.