Camp Humphreys Korea
Pictures of Camp Humphreys and Anjung-ri
looking south, shows Soldiers Field ball fields. Near the
center of the photo is the Super Gym with 300-car parking garage. The
Super Gym has a huge basketball court that can be divided in three
smaller courts, a 25-meter lap swimming pool, hot tub, male and female
saunas, climbing wall, banked and padded indoor track (10 laps make a
mile), weight and exercise rooms.
Below pictures from Ted Matthews, a Clerk at the Post Finance Office 1988-89
The area where the row of buses are parked, is the new TMP Motor Pool
Bottom left are Family Housing towers. Beyond the towers
you can see the new land for the post's expansion.
The high-rise buildings are Soldier barracks. Each
Soldier has his or her own room and they share a bathroom with another
Soldier. The single-story building between the two high rises is a mess
hall that just opened. It can feed 400 Soldiers at a time and features
flatscreen TVs and free WiFi wireless Internet service
This is a shot of Zoekler Station. Beyond it you'll see the
airfield, MP Hill and the new land. The high rises are barracks, the
single story building that's shaped like a semi-circle (right side,
between two barracks) is a messhall. The block-like building next to the
water tower is a brand new gym complete with basketball courts, weight
rooms, exercise rooms, climbing wall and locker rooms. It is one of
three new gyms opened here in the last year.
The above pictures taken April 2009
U.S. Army photos by Bob McElroy. Courtesy of
U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys Public Affairs Office.
to Bruce Richards
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