The 403rd Army Field Support Battalion (AFSBn) provides logistics support to service members and units assigned to U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys. The center exercises authority over and develops plans and policies for all installation logistics activities, supply, maintenance, transportation and materiel readiness.

Key Personnel:

  • Plans and Ops Division Chief: DSN: (315) 755-2575
  • Maintenance Division Chief: DSN: (315) 757-2352
  • Transportation Division Chief: DSN: (315) 757-2447

 

 

Central Issue Facility (CIF):

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday: 0730-1100 & 1300-1600

Tuesday: 0730-1100 & 1300-1600 (Closed in the afternoon for Turn Ins)

Wednesday: 0730-1100 & 1300-1600

Thursday: 0730-1100 & 1300-1600 (Closed in the afternoon for Turn Ins)

Friday: 0730-1100 & 1300-1600

Closed ALL ROK Holidays

No Appointments Needed

 

 

CIF TURN-IN REQUIREMENTS:

What you need to bring to CIF depends on why you are turning in your gear. View what documents you need to bring below:

ETS or PCS:

  • Orders
  • Installation Clearing Papers (DA Form 137-1)
  • CAC

 

Chapters:

NOTE: If Chapter  requires and escort that escort must be at least one rank higher than the Soldier being chaptered.

  • Memorandum stating what Chapter
  • Installation Clearing Papers (DA Form 137-1)
  • CAC

 

 

TMP Information

Location: Dispatch Office, Building P-7010, 1st floor, Rm. 108

 

TMP Dispatch POC’s:

  • Operations Supervisor 756-5445
  • Dispatch Supervisor 757-2321
  • Lead Dispatcher 756-1852
  • Lead Dispatcher 757-2322
  • Dispatcher 757-2326
  • Dispatcher 756-1853

 

Drivers Testing Information

Location: Transportation Motor Pool, Building P-7010, 2nd floor, Rm. 205

Driver’s Testing POC’s:

  • Transportation Officer 757-2528
  • TMP-NCOIC 757-2318
  • Training Instructor 756-3615
  • Qualification Examiner 757-2332
  • Qualification Examiner 757-2333
  • Qualification Examiner 757-2334
  • Training Instructor 756-3616

 

Driver License Issuing Office Operating Hours


U.S. Personnel: Monday thru Friday, 0830-1630 (Bring Your Online Test Certificate)


Korean Nationals (KN) and Korean Augmentation to the United States Army (KATUSA): Friday 1300


The United States Forces Korea (USFK) Driver Licensing Course and Exam are taken online utilizing the Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) website:

CLICK: Driver Licensing Course and Exam

The course numbers and links to the course are listed below. Additionally, the courses are available by searching under the USFK prefix in JKO.
U.S. Forces Korea Driver Licensing Course – Course# USFK-US002
U.S. Forces Korea Driver Licensing Exam – Course# USFK-US002-B


Test scores are only valid for 60 days. USFK Driver Licenses will not be issued to personnel who have taken the test more than 60 days prior to applying for a license. The training and exam will need to be retaken.


The document mentioned below is required to successfully complete the USFK driver license course.
Study Guide: Guide to Safe Driving in Korea (17 Mar 20)

 

Requirements for a POV License

CLICK for Application for USFK Motor Vehicle Operators Permit


The following personnel are authorized to obtain a USFK Motor Vehicle Operators Permit USFK Form 134EK:

  •  All command sponsored service members, regardless of grade, and their family members.
  •  Joint domicile status service members authorized to ship a POV at government expense, regardless of grade, and their family members.
  •  A member of the U.S. Armed Forces in the grade of E-7 or above.
  •  Members of the Armed Forces in the grade of E-6 or below who are unaccompanied and reside on-post and receive approval from the first O-5 in their chain of command
  •  Department of Defense (DoD) civilian employees in the grades of GS-5, WG-5, WL-2, WS-1, NA-5, CC-3 or equivalent and above; USFK technical representatives, and family members of the aforementioned personnel
  •  Members of the Armed Forces in the grade of E-6 and below, DoD civilian employees in the grades of GS-4, WG-4, WL-1, NA-4, CC-2 who reside off-post at government expense
  •  U.S. Invited Contractors and third-country national employees employed as Invited Contractors who also have SOFA privileges and their family members as long as they are first in possession of a ROK driver’s license or valid international driver’s permit prior to obtaining the USFK Form 134EK.

 

Required Documentation for DOD Civilian and Invited Contractor

Department of Defense (DOD) civilian employees in the grades of GS-5, WG-5, WL-2, WS-1, NA-5 and CC-3 or equivalent and above; and family members of the aforementioned personnel:

  •  Letter of Employment
  •  Valid State Driver’s License
  • USFK Driver Licensing Exam Certificate of Completion from JKO

 

Invited Contractor

  • ROK Driver’s License or international Driver’s License
  • USFK Form 700-19A-R-E

 

Non-Sofa Status Contractor and Technical Rep

  • ROK Driver’s License
  • USFK Form 700-19A R-E
  • Valid State Driver’s License

 

Requirements for a Government Owned Vehicle (GOV) License

CLICK for Request for GOV License

  • Memorandum (Request for GOV License Issuance) signed by unit commander. (Memo cannot be more than a month old from the time of the request)
  • JKO, USFK Driver License Exam Certificate of Completion
  • Valid U.S. State Driver’s License and ID Card
  • Letter of Employment (DoD Civilian’s)

 

Requirements for Learner’s Permit

(Issued to Command and Non-Command Sponsored Dependents, age 16 or over)

  • JKO, USFK Driver License Exam Certificate of Completion and vision test results
  • Provide the sponsor’s written approval and show proof that they are covered by the minimum required liability insurance. (IAW USFK Reg 190-1)

 

Requirements for Motorcycle License

  • All personnel must have a valid motorcycle operator’s license or motorcycle endorsement issued by the civil authorities of a country or by a U.S. state or territory of the United States.
  • Additionally, military personnel must also show proof of completion of a motorcycle safety foundation (MSF) course or DUSD (I&E) endorsed, State-approved, curriculum for motorcycle operator’s safety training.
  • For more information about the Motorcycle Safety Course, please contact the USAG-Humphreys Safety Office at 753-5582, 755-2667.

 

Guide To Safe Driving in Korea

Click HERE for the PDF Guide to Safe Driving In Korea

8th Army Driving Overseas Page

Click HERE for the 8th Army Driving Overseas Page

 

 

 

 

Passport/Visa support provided by the United States Department of Defense (DOD) by assisting DOD Service Members, Civilians and Family Members in obtaining the official travel documents necessary to facilitate official government travel.
U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys page for on-post and off-post bus routes, times, and pick-up locations.
The Camp Humphreys Commercial Travel Office assists Soldiers and civilians with booking their Official Travel, for the purpose of PCS, Emergency Leave, TDY, retirement, etc.