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  • 1. ZONE July2014 INTHE USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine July2014 Caribbean BAY TOUR Saturday, July 19 Details on pages 21
  • 2. CONTENTS 4 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 32 36 37 38 42 46 47 48 50 52 54 56 60 62 65 66 68 70 78 82 83 Area I Clubs 4th of July Independence Day Celebration Warrior’s Got Talent NY City Comedy Tour Fitness Center Hours of Operation Area I Sports Fitness & Aquatics Calendar Area I Commander’s Cup DMZ Tour Korean Folk Village Tour Caribbean Bay Tour Warrior Adventure Quest Rafting, Atv’s, Bungee Jumping and Zip Line. The Camp Casey Paintball Field Summertime Items for Rent Strong Bonds…Great Relationships… Superior Work Ethics… Outstanding Results - DGC Freddie L. Giddens Community Activity Centers Arts & Crafts Center Army Lodging Golf Courses Bowling Centers Passport Photo/Visa Photo Service Volunteer of the Month Army Community Service Turns 49 Real-Life Solutions for Successful Army Living Army Community Service Kids Cookin' Something Good In The Gateway Club Kitchen Maze & Warrior Crossword Child, Youth and School Services Area I Libraries Summer Reading Program & Magic Show BOSS Activities Casey Auto Skills Center In the Zone Advertising Opportunities Area I Worship Schedule Coming in August Bus Schedules Subway Map Community & Warrior Country Family and MWR Telephone Numbers 52 26 12MG Thomas S. Vandal Commander, 2nd Infantry Division CSM Andy Spano Command Sergeant Major, 2nd Infantry Division COL John W. Haefner Commander, USAG Red Cloud and Area I Freddie L. Giddens Deputy Commander, USAG Red Cloud and Area I CSM Patrick M. Quirk Command Sergeant Major, USAG Red Cloud and Area I Jammie G. Hawkins Family and MWR Director, USAG Red Cloud and Area I LTC Edward D. Eldridge Commander, USAG Casey Vacant Deputy Commander, USAG Casey CSM Alexander M. Peden Command Sergeant Major, USAG Casey Warrior Leaders Marketing Director Frank A. DeSilva Marketing Specialist Marenzo Domingo Marketing Assistant Ham, Yong Hwan Illustrators Kim, Ho Yong Pak, Mi Chong Paek, Chong Hun SGT Micus Ralls PFC Alton Seabrook Designed by Kim, Ho Yong IN THE ZONE is published monthly by the USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family, Morale, Welfare & Recreation Marketing Division, HHC SA, Unit 15707, APO AP 96258. Five thousand five hundred copies are distributed free at selected locations throughout the USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Communities. Comments and suggestions are always welcome. Advertising is accepted. The appearance of paid advertisements does not constitute endorsement by DoD, the U.S. Army or USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I, DFMWR. For information about our magazine, call 732-9531. IN THE ZONE Hello Area I Community Members, Wow, what a month it has been “June!” We saw Col. Scott’s Farewell on the 18th, Mr. Giddens’ Farewell on the 25th, the Employee Appreciation Day on the 20th, the Area I Change of Command on the 30th, and the final preparations for the 4 July Celebration!!! We saw the Child Youth Services Girl’s Softball Team “lady Monsters” take away an undefeated Season with the Jamboree Championship Trophy. We had more than 350 runners participate at the Army 10 miler. We had full houses at each of our Father’s Day Brunches, BOSS Beach Blast, the 2nd Cycle for Area I Commander’s Cup ended and our Golf Courses are looking marvelous this year and the list goes on!!! In this issue of the ITZ magazine, we feature Mr. Freddie L. Giddens’ (Deputy Garrison Commander) farewell note to Area I Community Members and Staff. Mr. Giddens departs USAG Red Cloud and Area I for the USAG Japan as their new Deputy Garrison Commander, our loss will truly be their gain. Mr. Giddens leaves Area I on a “high note” as a great leader and advocate for our community, however, even more so for receiving the John W. Macy Jr. Award. This Award recognizes demonstrated excellence in the leadership of civilians by an Army military or civilian supervisor. It exemplifies the highest traditions established by Mr. Macy during his long and distinguished career of public service and the Army's philosophy that leaders are responsible for civilian personnel management; which by the way, was presented by Honorable Under Secretary Brad R. Carson…. “Way to go Mr. “G!” As we begin the month of July; we start it off right with the “Annual 4th of July Celebration, which features the “shooting of the fireworks” as soon as the sun goes down. This year will be even more grand than last year; with more events, competitions, food, beverages, entrainment, bands, static displays, Flea-market, pony rides and more; so mark your calendars for the 4th and come out to celebrate with us, also we have Unit Level Softball Tourneys at Camp Stanley 5-7, ROK/US Friendship 4 Man Scramble at CRC Golf, and much, much more!!!! Peruse the ITZ magazine for all the events, programs and specials that are available to you as an Area I Community Member!!! See you out and about!!! “Serving Those Who Serve” From your Family and MWR Director Jammie G. Hawkins Director, Family and MWR 21 TH 4OF JULYINDEPENDENCE DAY Friday, July 4, 2 - 9 p.m. Camp Casey Indianhead Golf Course Parking Lot CELEBRATION strong bonds… Great relationships… superior work ethics… outstanding results By Freddie L. Giddens Deputy to the Garrison Commander Something Good In The Gateway Club Kitchen By Larissa Krenzer Caribbean BAY TOUR Saturday, July 19 3IN THE ZONE
  • 3. Camp Red Cloud 732-8274732-8189 732-8363 Take -outOffice Hours of Operation Dining Monday: 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Tuesday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. & 5 - 8 p.m. Saturday: 5 - 8 p.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Game Room Monday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. - 1:30 a.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. - 1:30 a.m. Sunday: 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Bar Tuesday - Thursday: 4 - 10 p.m. Friday & Saturday: 4 p.m. - 1:30 a.m. Nite Owl Menu Tuesday - Thursday: 8 - 9:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday: 8 p.m. 1 a.m. Last order 30 minutes before closing. Mitchell’s Movie Night Contact Management for more information One dollar may win you $1,000 B o n a n z a B i n g o Daily Sundays, 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Adults: $8.95 Children (6-12): $4.95 Sunday Breakfast Buffet & Ala Carte Menu Office 732-5485/4478 Camp Stanley Hours of Operation Dining Monday - Wednesday: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Thursday: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., 4 - 9:30 p.m. Friday: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., 4 p.m. - 12:30 a.m. Saturday: 4 p.m. - 12:30 a.m. Sunday: Closed Bar Thursday: 4 - 10 p.m. Friday & Saturday: 4 p.m. - 1 a.m. Sunday - Wednesday: Closed Game Room Monday - Wednesday: 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Thursday: 9 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday : 9 - 1 a.m. Saturday: 10 - 1 a.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. - 7 a.m. Night Owl Menu Thursday: 4 - 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday: 4 p.m. - 12 midnight Contact Management for more information One dollar may win you $1,000 B o n a n z a B i n g o Daily Monday~Friday: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Adults: $9.95 Kids (6-12): $5.95 Mondays All American Tuesdays Mexican Wednesdays German Thursdays Italian Fridays Asian & Pacific Daily Lunch Buffet Soup and Salad Bar Adults: $8.95 Kids (6-12): $4.95 Buffet does not include Soup and Salad Bar. Soup and Salad Bar can be added for $4.95 All Buffets include choice of Ice Tea or Lemonade Wednesdays, 6 - 7 p.m. 25 cents per ounce (Sorry, no take out) Offered in the Bar only Wings and Appetizer Specials Thursdays, 6 - 7 p.m. 25 cents per ounce with purchase of beverage (Sorry, no take out) Wing Night Italian themed buffet, Adults: $7.95 Children (6-12): $5.95 Every Tuesday 6 - 8 p.m. at Mitchell's Dining Room New Release Family Movies with Dinner Buffet Every Friday & Saturday 9 - 11 p.m. at Mitchell's Bull’s Eye Bar New Release Movie Night in the Bar Area I Karaoke Contest – Part II Friday, July 25 at 7 p.m. at Mitchell’s Club, Camp Red Cloud Area I Commander’s Cup Eligibility: Single and Unaccompanied Military and KATUSA Show off your special talent and hopefully win a prize for your effort and Commander’s Cup points for your Unit. Bring along your Unit friends for even more Commander’s Cup points. Nice AAFES gift certificates for winners and the Unit with the most participants gets an additional $150 for their Unit Fund. Every Tuesday, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Try our special BBQ ribs, chicken and other favorites with home-made mashed potatoes. BBQ For more information, call 730-5366 54 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 4. Camp Casey Redwood NAP'S 730-2195 730-1619 730-2675 730-2193 Office Hours of Operation Redwood Dining Monday: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Tuesday: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., 5 - 9 p.m. Wednesday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday: 5 - 9 p.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Holidays: Closed NAP'S Food Sunday - Thursday & Holidays: 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday - Saturday: 11 a.m. - 12 midnight NAP'S Bar Sunday - Thursday & Holidays : 5 - 10 p.m. Friday - Saturday: 5 p.m. - 12 midnight Game Room Sunday - Thursday & Holidays: 10 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Friday - Saturday: 10 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. Last order 30 minutes before closing. Monday~Friday: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Adults: $9.95 Children (6-12): $5.95 Monday Oriental Tuesday Italian Wednesday Soul Food Thursday Chef’s Choice Friday All American Daily Lunch Buffet Soup and Salad Buffet Adults: $8.95 Kids (6-12): $4.95 Add $4.95 for Soup & Salad Buffet Buffet Includes Beverage. Shrimp & Wing Night Thursdays, 6 - 8 p.m. Fried Shrimp $.50 per oz. Hot or Fried Wings $.25 per oz. with purchase of non-alcoholic drink. (Sorry, no take out) Taco & Pizza Night Fridays, 6 - 8 p.m. Only $.25 per ounce with purchase of drink. (Sorry, no take out) Nap’s Lounge Fridays, 6 p.m. Friday Nite Poker Ballroom Sundays, 3 p.m. Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament Sunday Brunch Sundays, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Adults: $16.95 Children (6-12): $9.50 5 and under: FREE SORRY WE’RE CLOSED July 4th Dining Room Only open Naps RAISING THE BAR IN BAR-B-QUE 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. $6.25 (add $2 for basket) 5 - 9 p.m. Redwood Dining Dinner Specials Monday: Closed for dinner Wednesday: Mongolian B.B.Q. Night $14.50 (Adults) for the first 16 oz. $8.50 (Children) for the first 8 oz., and 40 cents for each additional oz. Friday: Prime Rib Buffet w/Sushi Station Adults $20.95/ Children (6-12) $10.50 Saturday: Steak Night 9 oz Tri-Tip Beef Steak Includes: baked potato w/ sour cream, side of vegetable, tossed salad, dinner rolls and butter, with choice of tea or lemonade for only $13.95. A burger with a touch of BBQ 76 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 5. Camp Casey Hours of Operation Dining Sunday - Thursday: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday- Saturday: 10 a.m. - 1 a.m. Bar Sunday - Thursday: 5 - 11 p.m. Friday- Saturday: 5 p.m. - 1 a.m. Game Room Sunday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 11 p.m. Friday- Saturday: 9 a.m. - 1 a.m. 730-6540/6541/6499 730-3400/4795 Business Center/Administrative Office Delivery • Last order 30 minutes before closing • Minimum order charge: $10 per location 90 cent Pizza Special Thursdays, 6 - 8 p.m. Only $.90 per slice with purchase of drink (Sorry, no take out) Chicken Wing Special Fridays, 6 - 8 p.m. Only $.25 per ounce with purchase of drink (Sorry, no take out) Top 100, Mix Music Dance Friday Salsa Night, Every Friday 7 p.m. - 1 a.m. Learn to dance Salsa from a certified instructor and spend the evening dancing to Merengue, Bachata, Cha Cha or Reggaeton. We'll have the snacks, drinks and music pumping all night long. The party starts every Friday night at 7 p.m., practice those moves, bring a partner along, and let's dance the night away! Live Karaoke and Lip Sync Battle Thursdays, 7 - 11 p.m. Competition includes a combination of live karaoke and lip sync performances. Single and group categories. 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Adults: $9.95 Kids (6-12): $5.95 Daily Lunch Buffet All You can eat Pizza Pasta Buffet. Buffet Includes Salad Bar Tossed Salad and a Beverage. 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil: Until July 13 Watch FIFA World Cup Games on our Large Screen Projector. Children's Cooking Class Tuesday, July 8 22, 3 - 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 23, 6 - 8 p.m. Attend our cooking class to learn how to cook Pizza, Cookies, Eggrolls and much more while earning a USAG-RC Business Operation Chief's Certificate. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by one of their parents. All necessary cooking supplies are provided for this fun event. All students will be required to sign a liability release form. $5 per child/per class. Register today at the Gateway Club. Stetson Hats, Buckles Boots for Country Western Night. Saturdays, 7 p.m. - 1 a.m. Two Step, Line Dance, Cha Cha, East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing and Live DJ. Free dance lessons, and surprise prizes for stylish guests. Weekly winners selected by audience. National Hotdog Day Special Offering many different style of Hot Dogs in lounge for 2 for 1 price. 98 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 6. Camp Hovey 730-5167 730-5166 Catering Take-out / Delivery Daily Lunch Buffet Monday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Adults: $9.95 Children (6-12): $5.95 Excluding U.S. and Training Holidays Mondays: Italian Tuesdays: Mexican Wednesdays: Asian Thursdays: All American Fridays: Fish Chips Regular Menu Monday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday, Sunday Holidays: 5 - 9 p.m. Night Owl Menu Sunday - Thursday Holidays: 9 - 10:30 p.m. Friday Saturday: 9 p.m. - 1:30 a.m. Hours of Operation Monday - Thursday Holiday: 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Friday: 11 a.m. - 1:30 a.m. Saturday: 5 p.m. - 1:30 a.m. Sunday : 5 - 11 p.m. Monday - Thursday: 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday, Saturday Holidays: 5 p.m. - 12 midnight Now offering FRG’s a meeting place and food packages for groups of 10. Chicken or Steak Anju Thursdays, 5 - 8:30 p.m. Chicken: $9.95 / Steak: $13.95 Chicken Wings or Fish Chips Meal Thursdays, 5 - 7 p.m. Wing Meal Deal $6.95 / Fish Chips Meal $7.95 Karaoke Night Wednesdays, July 9, 16, 23 30 Top 3 winners will compete for the Grand Prize in August. Wings Appetizers Fridays, 6 - 8 p.m. 25¢ per ounce 1 lb. Spare Ribs Saturdays, 5 - 8:30 p.m. One pound of pork ribs with soup, salad and non-alcoholic beverage only $10.95 Hours of Operation Golf Course Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday, Sunday Holidays: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Golf Club Dining Daily: 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. Camp Casey Indianhead Golf Course Club Tee time Booking and Reservations 730-4884 Dining Area Reservations 730-4885 Dining Take Out 730-4511 All-You-Can-Eat Salad Bar Saturday Sunday, 12:30 - 7 p.m. Adults: $9.95 Children (6-12): $5.95 Monthly Drawing for Free Lunch Special Keep your receipt for any purchase of food, round of golf or Driving Range. Print your name, phone number and e-mail address on the back of your receipt and drop it in the drawing box. Drawing will be at the end of the month. Three lucky winners will receive a free lunch special the following month (excludes US holidays and training holidays), Saturday Sunday, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Saturday Sunday, 7 - 11 a.m. Weekend Breakfast Buffet Adults: $8.95 Children (6-12): $4.95 Chocolate Day Special Monday, July 7, 5 - 8:30 p.m. Stop by today and Get a FREE piece of chocolate. While supplies last TH 4OF JULYINDEPENDENCE DAY SORRY WE’RE CLOSEDDining July 4th Course Be Opened In Regular Golf Course parking lot will be closed from July 2-4 to facilitate 4th of July preparations. 1110 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 7. For more Information, call 732-6274 Due to safety reasons, pets (insects, reptiles, dogs/cats, etc.) WILL NOT be allowed at the venue; with the exception of seeing-eye dogs for the blind. In addition, no outside food and beverages (alcoholic/non-alcoholic), weapons, or harmful spray (mace/pepper spray, etc.) will be allowed. Please leave restricted items or pets at home. Thank you for your compliance. TH 4OF JULYINDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION • Military Police Dog Demonstration • Military Weapons Displays • Electric Violin Performance • Honey Sticks Scissors Performance • Chili Cook-Off Competition • Paintball Demonstration (You Try It!) • Area I Warrior’s Got Talent Show • Area I Car Club Harley Displays • Waveya All Female Dance Team Performance • B-Boy Female Hip-Hop Dance Performance • Unit Water Balloon Fight BOSS Obstacle Course • 2ID Band Performance • Korean All-Female Drum Performance • Kite Flying (Free Kites For All Attendees) • Donkey Rides • Petting Zoo • Salute To The Nation • Aerial Fireworks Extravaganza Camp Casey Indianhead Golf Course Parking Lot Friday, July 4, 2 - 9 p.m. WARRIOR’S GOT TALENT Area I Commander’s Cup * Report to stage at 1:30 p.m. • Open category competition: Singers, Rappers, Bands, Dancers, etc. • Points to earn for the unit: » Entry Points: Up to 25 points per Entertainment Unit (5 per individual) » Winning Points: 1st (15 points), 2nd (10 points) 3rd (5 points) » Plus Prizes: 1st ($100), 2nd ($75) 3rd ($50) place winners TH 4OF JULYINDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION Friday, July 4, 2:30 p.m. For more Information, call 732-6751 COMMANDER’S CUP EDITION 13IN THE ZONE12 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine
  • 8. Camp Red Cloud Swimming Pool Weekdays: 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Weekends / Holidays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday / Wednesday (PT): 6 - 9 a.m. Camp Stanley Indoor Swimming Pool Weekdays: 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Weekends / Holidays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tuesday / Friday (PT): 6 - 8 a.m. Camp Casey Hanson Outdoor Swimming Pool Closed CAMP HOVEY Indoor Swimming Pool Weekdays: 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Weekends / Holidays: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Monday / Wednesday / Friday (PT): 6 - 8 a.m. CAMP RED CLOUD Weekdays: 5:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Weekends/Holidays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. CAMP STANLEY Weekdays: 5:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Weekends/Holidays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. CAMP JACKSON Weekdays: 5:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Weekends/Holidays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. CAMP CASEY (HANSON) Weekdays: 5:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Weekends/Holidays: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Health Human Performance Center Weekdays: 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. CAMP CASEY (CAREY) Weekdays: 5:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Weekends/Holidays: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. CAMP HOVEY Weekdays: 5:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Weekends/Holidays: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Fitness Centers NYCityComedyTourat Mitchell’s Community Club and Conference Center Thursday, July 31 at 8 p.m. Mitchell’s hosts a comedy show tocool off even the hottest of summers. Free Admission This is an adult performance. For more Information, call 732-6751 POLICY ON YOUTH USE OF USAG-RC AND AREA I FITNESS CENTERS This policy is in accordance with AR 215-1, 8-20, d, and will be strictly enforced throughout the USAG Red Cloud and Area I community. All community members and users of the Fitness Centers are expected to comply. Patrons who violate any part of this policy will be asked to leave the facility. All participants are expected to conduct themselves in a responsible and prudent manner at all times in accordance with facility rules and regulations. Youth may use adult indoor physical fitness centers only under the following provisions: - Soldier programs must not be displaced. - Children 12 years old and under may not use mechanical cardiovascular equipment or strength, sauna, steam rooms or Jacuzzi areas at any time. - As a Family member, children and youth (15 years old and under), not otherwise prohibited in paragraph 8–20d (2), must be actively participating in the same activity and under the direct supervision of a parent or guardian. - Youth must be a participant in a special program, organized and conducted by CYSS, schools, or other authorized youth organizations. - Children of kindergarten age and older will use gender-appropriate showers, lockerrooms, and bathrooms. 15IN THE ZONE14 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine
  • 9. AREA I Sports Fitness Aquatics Calendar For more information, contact one of the installation Sports, Fitness Aquatics Centers: (Camp Red Cloud 732-6309, Camp Stanley 732-5460, Camp Casey (Carey) 730-2323, Camp Casey (Hanson) 730-3220, Camp Hovey 730-1977) UNIT LEVEL SPORTS PROGRAMS SPORT COACHES MEETING LEAGUE ENCLAVE CHAMPIONSHIP AREA I CHAMPIONSHIP ARMY IN KOREA DATE LOCATION DATE DATE LOCATION DATE LOCATION DATE LOCATION SOFTBALL MAY 5 - JULY 3 JUL 8-9 CRC JUL 15-16 RED CLOUD JUL 26-27 YONGSAN HANSON BASKETBALL (SUMMER) JUN 30 6 p.m. CRC JUL 8 - AUG 15 SEP 3-4 CRC SEP 9-10 RED CLOUD CAREY CAREY SOCCER AUG 25 6 p.m. STANLEY SEP 3 - OCT 14 OCT 15-16 STANLEY OCT 20-21 CASEY OCT 25-26 CASEY CAREY CAREY FLAG FOOTBALL AUG 26 6 p.m. CRC SEP 4 - OCT 17 OCT 22-23 CRC OCT 27-28 CASEY NOV 1-2 WALKER CAREY BATTALION LEVEL SPORTS PROGRAMS SPORT COACHES MEETING AREA I CHAMPIONSHIP DATE LOCATION DATE LOCATION COMBATIVES TBD TBD TBD CASEY SOFTBALL JUL 21, 6 p.m. HANSON FITNESS CENTER AUG 2-3 CASEY CROSS COUNTRY N/A N/A SEP 20 CASEY FLAG FOOTBALL OCT 30, 6 p.m. CAREY FITNESS CENTER NOV 4-7 CASEY RACES EVENT DATE REGISTRATION EVENT TIME LOCATION INDEPENDENCE DAY 5K RUN 4 JULY 7 a.m. 8 a.m. CASEY (HANSON) LABOR DAY 5K RUN 30 AUG 7 a.m. 8 a.m. RED CLOUD CROSS COUNTRY 10K RUN 20 SEP 8 a.m. 9 a.m. CASEY (HANSON) COLUMBUS DAY 5K RUN 12 OCT 8 a.m. 9 a.m. CASEY (HANSON) THANKSGIVING DAY 10K RUN 22 NOV 8 a.m. 9 a.m. STANLEY ZUMBA JAMS EVENT DATE EVENT TIME LOCATION ZUMBA JAM OCT 18 9 a.m.-1 p.m. CASEY HOLIDAY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENTS HOLIDAY SPORT DATE LOCATION INDEPENDENCE DAY BASKETBALL JUL 5-7 CASEY LABOR DAY FOOTBALL AUG 30-SEP 1 CASEY CHRISTMAS NEW YEAR BASKETBALL DEC 15-18 CASEY/CRC CHRISTMAS NEW YEAR VOLLEYBALL DEC 22-24 HOVEY/STANLEY AREA I COMMANDER’S CUP UNIT LEVEL SPORTS PROGRAM SPORT LEAGUE ENCLAVE CHAMPIONSHIP AREA I CHAMPIONSHIP ARMY IN KO- REA DATE DATE LOCATION DATE LOCATION DATE LOCATION Softball 5 May-3 July 8-9 Jul Crc 15-16 Jul Red Cloud 26-27 Jul Yongsan Hanson 1716 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 10. All participants must have their passport or I.D. card on them during the tour. DMZ Tour Guidelines - When viewing the Conference Room, do not touch any equipment belonging to North Korea. - Do not speak with, make any gesture toward, approach or respond to personnel from the other side. - Military or other official considerations may prevent entry into the JSA. - Casual clothes, such as ripped jeans, sleeveless shirts, miniskirts, short pants, military clothes, and sandal/slippers are not permitted during the tour. - Shaggy or unkempt hair is not allowed. - Children under 10 years of age are not allowed. Observation Post (OP) Dora As the northernmost observatory in South Korea, OP Dora is located within the DMZ and provides the closest view of North Korea. Propaganda Village and Farmland of North Korea lay in view just ahead as do some areas of Gaeseong. The Gaeseong Industrial Complex and a bronze statue of Kim Il Song can be seen through a telescope. DMZ Third Tunnel The Third Tunnel was discovered 52 km away from Seoul in the administrative district of Paju in 1978. It is 1,635 meters in length, 2 meters in width and 2 meters in height. The tunnel’s size would allow an army of thirty thousand fully-armed North Korean Soldiers to pass through within an hour. The Third Tunnel is the largest one discovered so far, indicating North Korea’s desire to invade Seoul during that time. D e m i l i t a r i z e d Z o n e DMZ Third Tunnel July 12 26 Saturdays DMZTOUR The Joint Security Area (JSA) The JSA resembles a square measuring about 800 meters across. After the Armistice Agreement was signed, the JSA became a neutral location where guards from both sides were allowed to move about freely. It was the only place in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) where the Military Demarcation Line (MDL) was originally not clearly marked. That changed after North Korean guards murdered two United Nations Command (UNC) officers with axes on August 18, 1976. After the Ax Murder Incident, the MDL was marked within the JSA, and that marking system continues until today. The only place where border crossings are allowed is inside the conference buildings of the Military Armistice Commission (MAC). The MDL in the JSA is marked with one hundred and twenty six one-meter high white stakes at 10 meter intervals. Throughout the rest of the DMZ, the boundary is marked with MDL markers. Each side owns six guard posts in the JSA and no more than thirty five armed guards can be present on each side. The JSA is a venue for exchanges and negotiations between the North and South. A variety of political and economic issues, cultural conferences and Red Cross meetings are held in the JSA. For more information, call your local Community Activity Centers: Camp Casey CAC: 730-4601 Camp Hovey CAC: 730-5125 Camp Stanley CAC: 732-5995 Camp Red Cloud CAC: 732-6246 Transportation Fee: $30 Minimum of 20 and maximum 40 participation required Bring Korean won for food and souvenir shopping. Departure Times: Camp Stanley CAC: 7 a.m. Camp Red Cloud CAC: 7:30 a.m. Camp Casey CAC: 8:20 a.m. Camp Bonifas: 9:30 a.m. Return from the site: 2 p.m. 1918 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 11. Korean Folk Village Saturday, July 19 Experience Korean History and Culture at the Transportation fee: Adults: $20, Children under 12: $10 Korean Folk Village Entry Fees: Adults: W15,000 Children (13-18): W12,000 Children (3-12): W10,000 Bring Korean won for lunch and souvenir shopping Here you’ll experience an authentic Korean atmosphere with over 260 traditional houses reminiscent of the late Joseon Dynasty. Everything has been relocated and restored to provide visitors with a general view of Korean food, clothing and housekeeping styles of the past. See special performances including a Farmer’s Music and Dance show, acrobatics on a tightrope and even a traditional Korean wedding ceremony. Be sure to bring your camera and some Korean money for food and souvenirs. Participants are reminded that this tour will require hours of walking throughout the village, so comfortable footwear is highly recommended. Departure Hovey CAC: 8 a.m. Casey CAC: 8:15 a.m. CRC CAC: 9 a.m. Stanley CAC: 9:30 a.m. Estimated Arrival Time: 11 a.m. (Time may vary depending on traffic) Estimated Return Time: 3 p.m. (Must depart in a timely manner to avoid weekend rush hour) For more information, call your local Community Activity Center: Camp Casey CAC: 730-4601 Camp Hovey CAC: 730-5125 Camp Stanley CAC: 732-5995 Camp Red Cloud CAC: 732-6246 Caribbean BAY TOUR Saturday, July 19 The Caribbean Sea, first discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1492, was famous for pirates who flocked there due to the abundant natural resources to be found, such as gold and silver. The Caribbean Bay is built based on the theme of the exotic and luxurious aspects of those buccaneering times. The Caribbean Bay has unique features, containing both European and American culture, and consists of 5 areas, the Aquatic Center, Sea Wave, Bay Slide, Fortress and Wild River. Fun for the whole family. Transportation fee: $20 Tickets: Adult 70.000 won Children 3-12 years 55,000 won Amenity Facility Use: Life Jacket total fee 6,000 won Rental fee 5,000 won / Deposit 1,000won Prices are subject to change without notice. Bring Korean won for food and shopping expenses, equipment rentals (i.e. inner tubes, floaters, water wings, etc.) Departure Hovey CAC: 7 a.m. Casey CAC: 7:20 a.m. CRC CAC: 8:10 a.m. Stanley CAC: 8:40 a.m. Estimated Arrival Time: 10 a.m. (Time may vary depending on traffic) Estimated Return Time: 3:30 p.m. (Must depart in a timely manner to avoid weekend rush hour) For more information, call your local Community Activity Centers: Camp Casey CAC: 730-4601 Camp Hovey CAC: 730-5125 Camp Stanley CAC: 732-5995 Camp Red Cloud CAC: 732-6246 Minimum of 20 participants 2120 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 12. “A High –Adventure/High Adrenalin Outdoor Recreation (ODR) program combined with L-LAAD as part of the Army’s holistic approach to RESET” A platoon size element can make reservations directly with Family and MWR Outdoor Recreation. This is a centrally funded program through the department of the Army. Spring / Summer / Fall Training Activities provided are Paintball, SCUBA, Bungee Jumping, White Water Rafting, ATV’s, Zip Line, and Sling Shot. This program meets MRT requirements. See your Unit Commander for details. Call the USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Outdoor Recreation Center at 730-6187 / 010-6370-0027 or visit your local Community Activity Center for more information. Saturday, JULY 19 Fee: $90 (includes transportation) Double your pleasure, double your fun. Bring some Korean Won for lunch, or bring your own lunch/drinks, and participate in this extreme activity in Kangwon province. Note: This activity may be cancelled due to weather conditions. Please bring Korean won or lunch with you. For more Information, call 730-6187 010-6370-0027 RAFTING, ATV’s BUNGEE JUMPING or ZIP LINE. Departure Times: Casey CAC – 7 a.m. CRC CAC – 8 a.m. Stanley CAC – 8:30 a.m. Return Times: 5 p.m. (Must depart in a timely manner to avoid weekend rush hour.) Registration: Sign-up at any Area l CAC or the Outdoor Recreation Office (downstairs in the Casey CAC building) 23IN THE ZONE22 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine
  • 13. Rental Fees: Only $5 / Friday-Sunday (Weekend) AT Casey CAC July Special For more Information, call 730-6195 See your FMWR Outdoor Recreation for your summer time FUN. USAG-Red Cloud and Area I FMWR Outdoor Recreation has many of your summertime items for rent, including different sizes of canopies, chairs and tables, BBQ Grills for family outings or large groups, tents for camping and many bouncy toys to choose from for your children’s party. Paintball The Camp Casey FIELD Every Saturday SUNDAY 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. If you’ve never played paintball before, now’s a great time to get started; we have great rates, a friendly staff and artificial turf for you to get started. Location: Behind Casey CAC For more Information, call 730-6187 / 010-6370-0027 2524 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 14. A s I departed this great Nation, I would like to dedicate this article to COL Scott, Distinguished Guests, Commanders, Sergeant Majors, Airmen, Directors, Special Staff, co-workers, Soldiers, Civilians and Families, thanks for your support. And from afar I would like to do a “shout out” to my lovely wife, Nelly, my kids and grandkids Alexis, Joshua, Family and friends. As we bring this chapter to a close, I would also like to give thanks to my Savior for providing me the opportunity and strength to serve with you, and for bringing us together to celebrate our journey here in Korea. During the month of June, the Garrison was extremely busy with several farewells; also we received a Department of the Army level award, and we conducted our second Employee Appreciation Day. Additionally, on 30 June, we conducted a Change of Command Ceremony with COL John M. Scott and COL Jack Haefner. The event was commenced with COL Scott’s award ceremony and following with the passing of the colors, which culminated a command tenure of many successes and accomplishments under COL Scott’s leadership. In retrospect, several Garrison’s leaders, to include Ms. Evelyn Faulkner, Directorate of Human Resources, Ms. Wanda Etheridge, Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security and Mr. Raymond Myers, Deputy to the Casey Garrison Commander departed Area I. Each of our departing professionals earned our gratitude, respect and appreciation for their contributions and support of our Soldiers, Civilians and Families. On 9 June, and on your behalf, during the annual Kushnick, Macy Hoge awards ceremony, I was honored to receive the prestigious “John W. Macy, Jr. Award” at the “Hall of Heroes,” at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. The award was signed by the Secretary of the Army, and presented by the Under Secretary of the Army, the Honorable Brad R. Carson. Prior to the award presentations, the Honorable Carson made the following opening remarks: stating that The world is rapidly changing, and we must change with it to remain relevant. To make that change, Soldiers and Army Civilians should experiment and try to discover new and innovative techniques, methods and approaches that can be applied to “People, Processes and Systems.” He went on to say that experimentation and innovation are Distinctly American ideas, deeply ingrained in our culture and in the Army culture. While all of the Army's accomplishments are appreciated, even celebrated, we can't afford to make any of those accomplishments sacred. Our vision is to recreate our workforce, not necessarily based on precedent, but to meet the future requirements and demands that will come upon us, he said. Continuing, the Honorable Carson noted the Army is a massive global enterprise, and that the responsibilities of the civilian workforce in underpinning the forces we deploy abroad are critical. Recognizing this is a time of opportunity for Civilians, he went on to say The professionalism of the force is rising, and the time to make large, enterprise-wide changes to our processes is upon us. He encouraged Senior Leaders to give Army Civilians all of the authorities and the tools they need to meet the many emerging challenges. Even though I was your recipient for the award, it was because of your dedication, team commitment and hard work that we received that level of Army Recognition. From my perspective, the award recognized our exceptional performance and achievement as the Area l Garrison team. The award also represents our consistent delivery of exceptional quality programs and services for 2013. Additionally, according to the purpose of the John W. Macy Jr. award, we were honored because of our ability to achieve mission success at every level of our organized activity, which requires effective leadership. While my leadership qualities and accomplishments were the primary focus of the award, the excellence of our team’s performance, the growth of our team members, the dedication and professionalism of our team, and the esprit de corps of our team were major indicators of our effectiveness and success. Previously, we have been recognized on many occasions for other achievements, some of which have set standards for others to emulate. In 1988, the first John W. Macy Jr. award was presented, and for 2013, we were the twenty-fifth recipient. Also, this was the first time in the history of these presentations that two IMCOM employees won two out of the three 2013 awards presented for that type and level of recognition. Ms. Dianne V. Smith, Supervisory Strategic Planning Specialist, Plans, Analysis and Integration Office, at USAG Fort A.P. Hill was one of the other IMCOM winners. Ms. Smith was honored with the Nick Hoge award for her demonstrated leadership and innovative skills, coupled with her technical knowledge in building high-performing teams. The third recipient was Mr. David A. Helmer, Human Resources Officer (Labor Relations), Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1. Mr. Helmer was honored with the William H. Kushnick Award, for his unmatched subject-matter expertise, steady leadership and results-oriented advice during 2013’s unprecedented challenges. Being honored at the Army level was a milestone in my career and for your efforts and support I am grateful. On 20 June we conducted our second bi-annual “Employee’s Appreciation Day,” attended by approximately 850 employees, who were served meals by the Area I Garrison Senior Leaders. When all the karaoke competition and other fun activities Strong bonds… Great relationships… Superior work ethics… Outstanding results By Freddie L. Giddens Deputy to the Garrison Commander 2726 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 15. when the rain blesses the earth and the water wipes away their mark. The effects of some “footprints” influence others like a chain-reaction. And I believe that my “footprints,” our actions, will be long lasting for good or bad, for our caring attitude and support that we displayed for each other and our customers, or for our character, perhaps. It is also valuable not to judge our efforts now, because in some cases the proof of our decisions and actions has not yet been realized. Sometimes good things don't necessarily come out right away; were over, the Directorate of Public Works captured the Commander’s Cup Trophy with honors. My departure is filled with excitement and anxiety, because I am excited about my new assignment as the DGC at U.S. Army Garrison Japan. However, I am also anxious about my pending departure from my many Korean friends and professional colleagues. I would like to commend each of you for your performance, work ethics and your commitment in support of this command during the past two years. Each of you has played a vital role in my career and professional development, and for your efforts and dedication, I am grateful. At this time I would like to transition, and take a moment to focus on how we travel through life, and the impacts (good or bad, positive or negative) that we have on the “people” that become a part of our journey. I would like to share with you an article that is titled “Footprints,” and dedicate this article to the Soldiers, Civilians and Families of Area I. In 2008, a modified version of this article was dedicated to me, by Ms. Jannette Yambo, Marketing Assistant, when I departed from USAG Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico, as the former Director of Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation. Our “footprints” are relevant to the endless opportunities, rewards, achievements and challenges that each of us encounter during the course of our life and career. Our “footprints” are a mirror of our life-long legacy and are a true reflection of our life. The “steps” we take are captured from all angles, mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually and professionally. Our “footprints” demonstrate who we are, what we have done, who we helped and motivated, and how we lead. And sometimes those that we encounter strive to emulate our journey. “Footprints.” There are people in this world that leave meaningful “footprints” behind ……everywhere they go, very strong, very marked, very deep and very clear, “footprints” that speak for themselves. The continuity, the intensity, the passion and compassion of the steps show their leadership, strength, purpose, focus and vision. My Footprints – and Our Journey......who said that it would be easy to manage People, Processes and Procedures while providing oversight for managing money and other resources......? No one. And no one should assume serving as the Area l Garrison DGC would be easy, but then again, my job was easy, rewarding and challenging. It was easy because of your commitment to Serve Those Who Serve. It was easy because you performed as a team to meet standards; it was easy because of your caring attitudes. It was rewarding because of our accomplishments, recognition and many successes. But it is also true that my job, our jobs, are also challenging, because to maintain high levels of customer satisfaction is never easy, it takes time, patience and many sacrifices have to be made to reach the right balance between executing the mission and providing exceptional and sustainable quality customer service. Some “footprints” disappear when the wind blows, sometimes it takes a while to see results. We need to see what was done in the past to understand why it was done. My tour here in Korea has been rewarding, because I was married on 26 April 2013, to my lovely wife Nelly in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and ventured on my first cruise with Joshua and her Family to the Caribbean Islands. And I have learned from the Area l team and from serving as the interim DGC for three months at USAG Japan. However, this tour of duty has also been challenging with the loss of three of my brothers to various medical illnesses, my oldest and youngest and Nelly’s brother. But, we must keep the faith and always remember that only God has ultimate control, and that He is the only one that lets situations happen, at a certain time, for a reason, regardless of our circumstances. And He never leaves us alone, which is a true testament of his “footprints.” Previously, I was assigned to UNC/USFK, J2, as a soldier from 1974 to 1976, and from 1978 to 1979 I was assigned to Fourth and Seven CAV at Camp Garry Owens, working for the Staff Judge Advocate Corps. Subsequently, I was re-assigned to HHC, 2ID, at Camp Casey as the Second Infantry Division boxing coach, selected by General David E. Grange, Jr., CG, 2ID. Both assignments were rewarding, because life is always about change, flexibility and the ability to adapt to new circumstances. 2928 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 16. End Soldiers, Civilians and Families First...... Quality Programs and Services Always As we travel through life, we can always count on change, because change is constant. For the past two years we were challenged with a Korean-wide, local national reduction in force, two furloughs, no pay raises, the uncertainties of transformation, manpower reductions, limited resources, the threat of hostilities from the North and the complexities and challenges of the overseas tour extension program. However, through it all, we managed those challenges as opportunities and developed standards, relocated offices, agencies, changed the names of facilities, programs and activities, built new barracks, facilities, fitness and walking trails, while successfully addressing employee’s problems, concerns, complaints and misunderstandings. Also, we have been honored with various individual and team achievements. And most noteworthy was our “clean sweep” honors as the “BOSS” of the Pacific Region “BOSS Program.” For twenty-five months we did what should have been done, without hesitation, without doubts, on the spot, and in any circumstances. What we did, how we did it, how we serve, who we serve, and what we achieved, are our greatest accomplishments, and we should be extremely proud of our success. Each of you will continue to foster a caring attitude that exceeds our customers’ expectations, while maintaining mission readiness. Each day we serve to protect and defend the freedom of our nation and the Republic of Korea. And our contributions for the Korean-American Alliance are in keeping with our highest traditions and standards of our Army and our nation. My commitment and focus as the DGC has always been to execute and achieve the Area I Garrison Commander’s intent, by creating efficiencies and effectiveness. We developed new processes, procedures and programs, changed policies and enhanced the way we deliver our services to our customers. I believe in teamwork, in team building, in recognition, in awards and rewards to achieve our program goals and objectives. During my tenure we trained our leaders to lead with a sense of passion and compassion for those they serve. We strived each day to gain the very best from each other, and to support Second Infantry Division’s mission readiness and our ability to “Fight Tonight.” I was charged with the responsibility to manage and lead, and my decisions and our actions were always based on regulatory requirements and the operational needs of Area I and our Army. To the Area I team, thanks for everything that you have done and will continue to do, because there is always a time to learn, a time to give and to receive, and our time, your time, is not yet done. Each of you will continue to do what you do, when you do it and how you do it, for the right reasons at the right moment. And change will continue, because some of you will accept new responsibilities, overcome new challenges and achieve new successes. But it is also time for me to move on and become the DGC at USAG Japan, and continue my work with different “people,” in a different environment, with a different culture, to develop and execute different policies and procedures. But I will never forget what we achieved here in Area I. Many of our “policies and procedures” have been adopted at other Garrisons, which is a reflection or our “footprints” and our success in setting standards and leading from the front. As I depart Korea, I would be remiss if I did not take the time to give several special acknowledgements and to show my appreciation and gratitude, for their support and leadership. And there are many others that I will not mention who have played a valuable role in our success, and will continue to meet the ever-changing needs of our Army and our Nation. First I want to thank COL Scott for his leadership, flexibility and compassion to serve. He is a “Soldier of Soldiers” and has earned my respect, appreciation and lifetime loyalty. Since his arrival, he led from the front, incorporating the knowledge, skills and abilities of his workforce for the overall success of the Area l Garrison team. He believed in training and growing the Garrison and Area l team, and I am confident that because of his leadership, tenacity and professional courage, that Area l is a much better place to live, work and play. Command Sergeant Majors Hatfield, Peden and Quirk. Each of you have served, and will continue to serve, with dignity and respect by taking care of the needs of our Soldiers, Civilians and Families. Each of you effectively serves as the Commander’s Battle Buddy with honors. Ms. Kim, Song Ae, without a doubt, is the very best administrator and administrative team leader that I have encountered in my 44 years of government service. That was very easy for me to acknowledge, because for the past two years she and her team never missed a beat, while performing multiple tasks at the same time. Simply said, you are good at what you do, and how you get the job done. And for her friendship, courage and professional service I am honored and forever grateful. To Mr. Kim (Senior), Young Kim, Mr. Yi and PFC Jeon, thanks for their daily support and for a job well done. Mr. Kim, Senior has served with honor as a driver and interpreter for 18 Garrison Commanders. To the Casey Command team, the Garrison’s Directors, Special Staff, and the entire Area l Garrison workforce; you have earned my respect and appreciation for a job well done and for mission success. I am extremely proud to have served with each of you on the Area l team, and I am confident that you will continue to offer quality, innovative programs and services to our customers that will continue to be truly “Second to None.” To the good neighbors and private organizations, through their involvement, contributions and sponsorship, they ensured the quality of life and well being of our Soldiers, Civilians and Families was maintained at the highest standards and truly reflects our Korean-American alliance. In closing, on behalf of my lovely wife Nelly, Joshua and I, COL Scott, distinguished guests, Commanders, Sergeant Majors, Airmen, Soldiers, Civilians and Families, thanks for your continuous support in “Serving Those Who Serve……While Serving The Needs of Others.” 3130 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 17. Area I Commander’s Cup Soyo Mountain Hiking Adventure with BOSS Eligibility: Single and Unaccompanied Military and KATUSA Commander’s Cup Points available for this activity. Eligibility: All members of the Area l community Spend a day hiking along the many scenic trails to Gongjiubong Peak and beyond to the mountain’s highest peak, Uisangdae. Bring your camera for some awesome photo ops. Register on or before July 10 to ensure you have a seat on the bus. Note: This activity may be cancelled due to weather conditions. Saturday, July 12 at 8 a.m. DATE TIME EVENT Sunday, July 20, 10 a.m. Adventure Seoul Registration: Call the Camp Red Cloud CAC at 732-6246 to sign up Unfortunately, many newcomers, and even some old-timers, find it difficult to use public transportation in Korea. We can help. This learning experience will show you how to use the bus and subway system to explore and appreciate Korea. You’ll go on a trip from Uijeongbu to Seoul using a variety of public transportation. You’ll learn how to use T-money cards, how to read subway maps and much more. This class is limited to 10 students, so be sure to register right way to ensure you have a seat. Every Wednesday, 6 p.m. Table Tennis, Anyone? As long as 8 or more people sign up and want to play in the tournament, it’s a go! Prizes for 1st and 2nd place. Every Friday, 6 p.m. XBOX 360 - Video Game Tournament Must have at least 8 participants in order to conduct this tournament, so be sure to bring your friends along for some friendly competition. Free refreshments are a given. Prizes for 1st and 2nd place. Every Saturday, 1 p.m. Drawing Class Learn how to draw with pencil, pen and color pencil. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times while at this facility. Every Saturday, 3 p.m. Magic The Gathering Game Although this game has been available for a while now, it’s still going strong with millions of players going at it since Richard Garfield created the game back in 1993. Figure you have this game figured out pretty well? OK, let’s see what you’ve got. Prizes for 1st and 2nd place. Every Sunday, 10 a.m. English Class Registration: Call or visit the Camp Red Cloud CAC Here’s your opportunity to learn how to speak English properly from an American instructor. This class is open to all of our Korean and other foreign language friends. Seating is limited, so be sure to register early. Every Sunday, 1 p.m. Pool/Billiards Class Want to learn your way around a pool table? Come on down and we’ll teach you how to improve your game. Lessons available for beginners and experienced players. Every Sunday Beginners Session: 3 p.m. Advanced Session: 4 p.m. Korean Language Class This 2-hour class is for both beginners and advanced students who want to learn how to read, write and speak proper Korean. Open to all authorized personnel. Classes are held at the Camp Red Cloud Community Activity Center (CAC). Every Day • Sign up for FMWR Tours and Outdoor Recreation activities at the front desk • Free Wi-Fi throughout the CRC CAC • Free Xbox Game Room available during normal operating hours • Free Soundproof music rooms available during normal operating hours with a drum set, keyboard, bass, acoustic and electric guitars to use at no charge • Just the Fax – overseas fax service available for a nominal fee Daily 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.Camp Red Cloud CAC 732-6246 DATE TIME EVENT Every Day 10 a.m. - Closing • Free pool tables for your use • Free wireless service • Free video games available for you to use at no charge • Sign up for FMWR tours and other Outdoor Recreation activities at the front desk • Unit Tours available. Let us coordinate buses, tickets and guides for Unit excursions Camp Stanley CAC 732-5366 Sunday - Wednesday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Thursday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Area I Karaoke Contest – Part II Friday, July 25 at 7 p.m. at Mitchell’s Club, Camp Red Cloud Area I Commander’s Cup Eligibility: Single and Unaccompanied Military and KATUSA Show off your special talent and hopefully win a prize for your effort and Commander’s Cup points for your Unit. Bring along your Unit friends for even more Commander’s Cup points. Nice AAFES gift certificates for winners and the Unit with the most participants gets an additional $150 for their Unit Fund. 3332 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 18. Camp Casey CAC 730-6811/4601 Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday U.S. Holidays, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. DATE TIME EVENT Saturday, July 19 at 1 p.m. Make ‘Pat-Bing-Su’ (Korean bean sherbet) Watch Thriller Movie Fee: Only $1 per participant Eligibility: All USFK cardholders and Katusa You probably never had the opportunity to make this very special local favorite dish, so here’s your chance. We’ll even let you choose your own topping. Saturday, July 25 at 5:30 p.m. Movie Night A new movie will be presented for you to enjoy. Bring your own snacks (but no alcohol) and bring your friends. Every Wednesday at 6 p.m. Korean Language Class Learn basic Korean and meet new friends at the same time. Everyday • Four pool tables for you to enjoy at no charge • Free wireless Internet service and a fine collection of video games for your use at no charge • Sign up for FMWR tours and other Outdoor Recreation activities at the front desk Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday Holidays 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.Camp Hovey CAC 730-5125 DATE TIME EVENT Sunday, July 6 at 1 p.m. Commander’s Cup 8-Ball Tournament Check-in Time: 12 p.m. on day of the tournament. Competition begins promptly at 1 p.m. Participation points awarded for individual entry (5 points per individual with maximum Unit point value of 25). Individuals competing in each event must be assigned to the Unit they are representing. Saturday, July 12 at 1 p.m. Cook-Out Ice Cream Day Eligibility: All USFK cardholders and Katusa Fee: $3 (includes a hamburger or hot dog, chips and a beverage) Beat the heat with some delicious ice cream and enjoy music provided by our local D.J. outside the Casey CAC. Saturday, July 26 at 6 p.m. National Kids Night Out Fee: $3 (includes a hot dog or hamburger with chips and a beverage. Activities scheduled are games, face painting, balloon arts, cotton candy and music with our D.J. for the little ones. Every Day, 9 p.m. Sign up for FMWR Tours and Outdoor Recreation activities at the front desk Free Wi-Fi/Internet connection throughout the Casey CAC Free video games available during normal operating hours Free Soundproof music rooms available during normal operating hours with a drum set, keyboard, bass, acoustic and electric guitars you can use at no charge. SORRY WE’RE CLOSED July 4th Area I Commander’s Cup Military families and civilians in Area l are encouraged to participate in this fun excursion. Enjoy lakeside scenery, restaurants, souvenir shops and boat rides, not to mention a mini amusement park for the kiddies. Non school- age children are permitted provided they are accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Bring Korean won for activities, shopping or lunch. However, you may bring your own lunch or snacks if you so desire. This excursion is limited to the first 40 people who sign up, so please make your reservations now at any Area l CAC. Fee: Admission is 6,000 won (12 years and above) and 4,000 won for those 3 to 11. Transportation charge is $15 for anyone above 10 years old and $10 for everyone else. Saturday, July 19 at 8 a.m. Trip to San Jeong Lake Herb Island Chess Tournament Saturday, July 26 at 1 p.m. Eligibility: All USFK cardholders and Katusa We’re looking to find the best chess player in country in this double-elimination tournament at the Hovey CAC. All players must be 15 years old or above to play. Minimum of 6 players required. Prizes for winners. Register at 12:30. Monthly Chess Club Meeting Monday, July 21st and Friday, July 25th at 5:30 p.m. Eligibility: All USFK cardholders and Katusa We’re looking to find the best chess player in country in this double-elimination tournament at the Hovey CAC. All players must be 15 years old or above to play. Minimum of 6 players required. Prizes for winners. Register at 12:30. 3534 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 19. Fee: $10 per participant Learn how to design and apply wax and glaze on bisque ware. $10 covers the cost of supplies. Sign up by Monday, July 7. 12 Fee: $5 per participant Registration: At the Casey Community Activity Center on or before Friday, July 18 Learn how to design, layout and format your very own creative scrapbook. Additional supplies are available on site. 19 Scrapbooking Demo Class Saturday, July 19, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Ceramic class Saturday, July 12, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Arts Crafts For more information, call 730-4642/4643. Hours of Operation Monday - Saturday U.S. Holidays 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Every Sunday Camp Casey Bring your own R/C Cars and compete to be the best in USAG-Casey. Prizes awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Minimum participation of 10 required. Entry Fee: $10 (includes BBQ). Sign up by Monday, June 30. Bring your own model and learn the basics of airbrushing. Plastic Model-Building Class Every Saturday, 4 - 6 p.m. SAT Learn pewter-casting methods for your miniature soldiers. Pre-registration not required. Pewter-Casting Demonstration Every Thursday, 5 - 6 p.m. THU Ceramic Class Every Friday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. FRI If you’re a beginner, this class is for you. You’ll learn basic mold-casting from an experienced instructor. No need to pre-register, just show up and start learning the basics. 4 R/C Car Race Competition Friday, July 4, 12 noon - 4 p.m. Location: Casey CAC Parking Lot Fee: $10 per participant Registration: At Casey CAC by July 25 Learn and experience how to make Hanji, Korean traditional paper crafts, for a low fee. Price includes supplies and on site instruction. 26 ”Hanji “Crafts Class (Korean Traditional Paper Crafts) Saturday, July 26, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. www.DODLodging.net Complimentary Services Available * Continental breakfast * High-Speed internet in each room * No-cost washers and dryers * Telephones * Guest storage For reservations, call 732-6818 (DSN) or 031-870-6818 (Commercial) RED CLOUD LODGE Priority based on duty status, not rank! Located conveniently just inside the back gate close to the Commissary, Bus Station Mitchell's Club. Located just inside Gate #1 Camp Casey * Cable TV * Refrigerator microwave CASEY LODGE Call 730-4247 (DSN) or 031-869-4247 (Commercial) Continental Breakfast. 6:30~9:30 a.m. (Must be Registered Guest) Online Reservations 37IN THE ZONE36 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine
  • 20. CASEY Golf Course Tee time Booking and Reservations 730-4884 Dining Area Reservations 730-4885 Dining Order to Take Out 730-4511 Dining Daily: 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. Golf Course Pro Shop Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday, Sunday Holidays: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Peak-Season Team Package Monday - Friday (except holidays) If you have a 4-person team, you only pay for 3! Green Fees Apply. Saturday Free Golf Lessons • Junior Golf Lessons - Beginners Saturday, 1 - 2 p.m. Free beginning golf lessons for anyone 7-16 years old • Junior Golf Lessons - Intermediate Saturday, 2 - 3 p.m. Free lessons available for intermediate level golfers, from 7-16 • Adult Golf Lessons Saturday, 3 - 4 p.m. Free lessons are on a first come, first served basis • Golf Club Maintenance Class Saturday, 3 - 3:30 p.m. Free lessons on how to change your golf club grips Purchase any Nike Driver and Nike will give you $75 value towards your current driver. Any brand or condition of current driver will be accepted. Offer only applies towards purchase of a new Nike Driver; excluding 3 5 woods, hybrids and irons. GolfDriverSpecial Until July Logo Special ffer Order a minimum of 2 dozen Titleist PRO V1, NXT Tour, or Velocity golf balls and Titleist will provide free name stamping. Custom orders will be received within two weeks from time of order, please contact our Pro shop for more information. Until July FREE Name Stamping In celebration of Independence Day, the Casey Golf Course is offering Titleist hats for sale at a low price of $14.95, from June 1 - July 4, 2014. Summer Hat Special Until July4 Bingo Hole Month July 2014 When you complete your round of golf, hand your scorecard to the desk clerk. You’ll get to draw numbers from two separate boxes, a ‘Hole Box” and a “Score Box.” If both numbers drawn match the numbers on your scorecard-you win a free round of golf! It’s that simple and it doesn’t cost anything to play the game. Go for it! All-You-Can-Eat Lunch Buffet Saturday Sunday, 12:30 - 7 p.m. Adults: $9.95 Children (6-12): $5.95 Monthly Drawing for Free Lunch Special Keep your receipt for any purchase of food, round of golf or Driving Range. Print your name, phone number and e-mail address on the back of your receipt and drop it in the drawing box. Drawing will be at the end of the month. Three lucky winners will receive a free lunch special the following month. For more information, call 730-4885 Saturday Sunday, 7 - 11 a.m. Weekend Breakfast Buffet Adults: $8.95 Children (6-12): $4.95 TH 4OF JULYINDEPENDENCE DAY SORRY Dining Room CLOSED on July 4th Golf Course parking lot will be closed from July 2 - 4 to facilitate 4th of July preparations. Golf Course open for play from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Hot Summer On selected merchandise such as shoes, clubs, clothes, other golf accessories 3938 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 21. Tee time Booking and Reservations 732-6843 From off post (for Korean golf members) 031-874-3013 CRC Golf Course Saturday Free Golf Lessons Every Saturday, 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. Includes swing mechanics, short game mastery as well as etiquette and rules of golf. Golf lessons on a first come, first served basis. Golf Course Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - Dusk Saturday - Sunday Holidays: 6 a.m. - Dusk Pro Shop Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Saturday - Sunday Holidays: 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. Snack Bar Daily: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. 2-Person Scramble Golf Tournament Monday, July 14, 8 a.m. - 12 noon On selected merchandise such as shoes, clubs, clothes, other golf accessories Hot Summer Team Package July 1 - 31 If you have a 4-person team, you only pay for 3! Green Fees Apply. EVERY DAY Ladies Golf Tournament Wednesday, July 2, 12 noon - 4 p.m. Ladies Honorary Members invite good neighbor members and their guests to participate. ROK/USFriendship 4-personScrambleGolfTournament Friday, July 4, 8 a.m. - 12 noon Ladies Honorary Members invite good neighbor members and their guests to participate. Fee: $25* *Entry fee includes lunch with beverages and for prizes awarded to tournament winners. From the Hanson swimming pool! Monday - Sunday / 1 - 6 p.m. Phone call orderS Available CAMP CASEY GOLF CLUB @ Camp Casey golf club from only Camp Casey Hanson swimming pool Mozzarella Cheese Stick Onion Rings French Fries Chicken Caesar Salad Chicken Tender Salad Bulgogi Rice Mixed Grill Casey Club Sandwich Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich Tiger Burger Bottle of Water Can Soda Gatorade GOLF CLUB MENU 730-4511 730-4885 Delivery orders via phone call You can pay by Korean won, US Dollars or available credit card You can pay by Korean Won, US Dollars or available Credit Card. If Credit Card, please note at time of purchase. 4140 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 22. Red Pin Bowling Mondays, 7 - 10 p.m. Open Bowling Tuesday, 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Texas Hold’em Event Tuesday, 6 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Pirate Bowling Leagues Thursday, 6 - 9 p.m. Laser Lane X-Treme Friday, 7 p.m. - 12 midnight Bowlers Choice Tournament Saturday, 12 - 6 p.m. Laser Light Pirate Bowling Saturday, 7 p.m. - 12 midnight Family Bowling Sunday, 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Contact management for more information One dollar may win you $1,000 B o n a n z a B i n g o Daily Sunday Special Sundays, 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Only $65 per lane • Two hours of bowling • Complimentary shoe rental • One large one-topping pizza pitcher of soda (accommodates up to six people) Monday - Sunday, 11 a.m. - Close Open Bowling Birthday Party Packages All for only $59.95 Every Day 11 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Packages are by lane; one lane will accommodate up to 6 guests. Each package includes 2 hours of bowling, complimentary shoe rental, plates, cups, napkins, balloon bouquet, bowling pin for guest signature, one large two topping pizza and a pitcher of soda. Weekdays, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Except U.S. Holidays Shoe rental not included. Soldiers in uniform bowl two games FREEWeekdays, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Except U.S. Holidays Shoe rental not included. Soldiers in uniform bowl two games FREE Hours of Operation Sunday - Thursday Holidays: 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday - Saturday: 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. * Last order: 30 minutes before closing Camp Hovey Bowling Center 730-5168 Hours of Operation Lanes Sunday - Thursday: 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Friday Saturday Holidays: 11 a.m. - 12 midnight Pirates Grotto Snack Bar Sunday - Thursday: 11 a.m. - 10:45 p.m. Friday, Saturday Holidays: 11 a.m. - 11:45 p.m. Camp Casey Buccaneer Bowl 730-4577 4th of July Special Friday, July 4, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Regular game price for first 3 games, with every 4th game FREE! This offer is good for individual or group lane play. If one bowler is on the lane, and that bowler rolls 3 games at regular price he or she gets a 4th game free. If more than one bowler is on a lane, the group’s games count towards 3, so if there are 4 bowlers one bowler will get the game for free. Captain Yarfish’s Great Treasure Hunt Details to be revealed on the 26th of July. The details of this event are being kept secret hush- hush by the Captain and his scurvy crew. But the rumor is that on August 1 a great August Adventure is in store for stalwart treasure hunters. National Hot Dog Month Bowling July 1-31, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. This promotion is aimed at all patrons. The customer buys any amount of hotdogs offered at our snack bar at regular price, and earns a bonus of 1 free game of bowling for every hot dog purchased. If the hot dog is purchased as a combo meal the shoe rental is also free. International Friendship Day Sunday, August 3, 1:30 - 6 p.m. $1 per Game Parent’s Day Thursday, July 24, 1:30 - 8:30 p.m. 1$ per game Parents get to bowl for only $1 a Game. HamburgerDay Monday, July 28, 5 - 9 p.m. Get a 4 oz burger for a DOLLAR… (Fries, Drinks NOT INCLUDED) 1$ 4342 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 23. Open Bowling Tuesday Wednesday, 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Red-Pin Bowling Monday, 7 - 10 p.m. Thursday, 6:30 - 10 p.m. USBC Sanctioned Mixed Bowling League Friday, 7 - 10 p.m. Family Bowling Saturday Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. One hour of bowling, free shoe rental, a large 1-topping pizza and a pitcher of soda for only $30 per lane. X-treme Bowling Night Saturday 7 - 11 p.m. / Sunday, 7 - 10 p.m. Hours of Operation Lanes Sunday - Thursday Holidays: 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday Saturday: 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Hot Stuff Snack Bar Sunday - Thursday Holidays: 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday Saturday: 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Delivery Monday - Thursday Holidays: 4 - 9:30 p.m. Friday: 4 - 10:30 p.m. Saturday: 11 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. Sunday: 11 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Last order: 30 minutes before closing 732-6458/9008 Last order: 30 minutes before closing Minimum delivery order of $7 required 732-5370/5800 Hours of Operation Monday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Saturday - Sunday: 12 noon - 10 p.m. Snack Bar Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Saturday - Sunday: 12 noon - 9:30 p.m. Delivery* Monday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. Saturday - Sunday: 12 noon - 9:30 p.m. * Minimum delivery order $7 Red-Pin Bowling Special Monday - Friday, 5 - 9 p.m. If the number 1 pin is red and you roll a strike, you’ll receive a coupon good for one FREE game the next time you bowl at the Camp Stanley Bowling Center. X-treme Bowling Friday Saturday, 6 - 9:30 p.m. Disco lights, lasers, flashing lights, music and glow- in-the-dark pins. Family Time Bowling Saturday Sunday, 12 noon - 5 p.m. $2.25 per game. Bring your friends and family for fun bowling discounts. Monday - Friday, 7:30 - 11 a.m. Breakfast Choice of Ham, Sausage or Bacon Cheese Croissant. $2.50 Every Thursday, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. All You Can Eat Pizza 1-Topping Pizza $6$6 Every Tuesday and Wednesday, 5 - 9 p.m. 1st game $3, 2nd game $2.25, and 3rd game or more for $1 a game. Price applies per person. Shoes not included. 3-2.25-1 Let’s Bowl! Saturday, July 19, 2 - 6 p.m. 3 game No-Tap tournament. Cost $10. First place prize is a 25 game bowling coupon. 9 Pin No-Tap Tournament Birthday Party Packages All for only $59.95 May 1 - 31 Open - Close Packages are by lane; with each lane accommodating up to 6 guests. Each package includes 2 hours of bowling, complimentary shoe rental, plates, cups, napkins, a souvenir for the birthday boy or girl, one large two topping pizza and a pitcher of soda. Camp Red Cloud Bowling Center 732-6930 Camp STANLEY Bowling Center 732-5370 Weekdays, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Except U.S. Holidays Shoe rental not included. Soldiers in uniform bowl two games FREE Weekdays, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Except U.S. Holidays Shoe rental not included. Soldiers in uniform bowl two games FREE Monday, July 7, 1 - 9 p.m. Buy any Combo Meal or Large Pizza and get a free chocolate chip cookie while supplies last. Delivery not included. Chocolate Day Sunday, July 13, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Get an order of French Fries for $1 French Fries Day July 4 - 6, 12 noon - 9:30 p.m. Independence Day Happy-Hour Bowling Two for One game free Bowling 4544 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 24. SGTHAMILTONVARGAS-CRUZ U.S. Embassy Passport and Report of Birth Abroad Services Please utilize one of the following options to submit your documents to the U.S. Embassy: OPTION 1 • U.S. Embassy Outreach Office - USAG-Yongsan ACS Building 4106 - Wednesdays, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. (except U.S. KN holidays) - U.S. Embassy personnel will be available to accept Passport and Report of Birth Abroad applications - Do not sign or get any documentation notarized in Area I. The U.S. Embassy or Yongsan Legal Office will notarize documents - Check with the U.S. Embassy for required documents, associated fees and payment methods - For more information, call 738-8111 OPTION 2 • U.S. Embassy - 32 Sejong-No, Jongno-Gu, Seoul - Monday – Friday - By appointment only. Walk-in sevices are no longer available. - To make appointments, go to http://seoul.usembassy.gov - Do not sign or get any documentation notarized in Area I - Check with U.S. Embassy for fees and payment method - For more information, call 721-4114 or 02-397-4114 and ask for American Citizen Services Five copies of your official Passport/VISA photo ONLY $10 New Hours of Operation Monday-Friday: 8 - 11 a.m. / 1 - 4 p.m. (excluding Korean holidays) For more information, call 732-9531. ACS Library Bowling Center PX Marketing Office Bldg T-25 Passport Photos Available! CRC Family and MWR Marketing Office, Bldg T-25 Photosprocessed onthespot Volunteer of the Month Usag Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Mrs. Angelia Brown, an active volunteer since the beginning of the 2014 tax season in January, has accumulated over 600 hours at the 2ID Tax Center. Eager to share her experience and expertise in tax preparation with the Area I Community that she gained while working at the Tax Center in Garmisch, Germany, Mrs. Brown seized the opportunity to attend the Internal Revenue Service tax course, held here at Camp Casey. In addition, she completed several grueling tax certification exams which, in the end, provided her with credentials to oversee preparation and provide quality review of over 2,000 tax returns with refunds totaling almost $3,000,000, a savings of about $176,000 in tax fees to Soldiers and their families. Each day Mrs. Brown strives to make a difference, taking the initiative, and finding ways to improve Tax Center functions. She implemented efficient organization to the filing system, assisted in managing client scheduling, and led tax preparation training sessions. Mrs. Brown has also traveled with the Mobile Tax Team to the Joint Security Area (JSA) to prepare tax returns for Soldiers in the United Nations Command Security Battalion. This was significant because JSA Soldiers did not have easy access to the Tax Center. Always with a smile and positive attitude, Mrs. Brown goes above and beyond to ensure she does everything she can to help Soldiers and their families receive their tax entitlements. Definitely an asset to the 2ID Tax Center, Mrs. Brown’s time and commitment exemplifies the Army’s Volunteer Corp invaluable service to the Area I Community. For this we are grateful, and say thank you, Mrs. Brown. Congratulations to Mrs. Brown for being selected “Volunteer of the Month” for June 2014. Mrs. Angelia Brown 2ID TAX CENTER ACS Volunteer Program VMIS Training Jul 9 10 – 11 a.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Volunteer Orientation Jul 16 10 – 11 a.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 OPOC Training Jul 23 10 – 11 a.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Volunteer Opportunities Are you looking for Volunteer Opportunities in our community? Please go to www.myarmyonesources.com to register. 47IN THE ZONE46 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine
  • 25. If you haven’t been to Army Community Service in awhile, looking to Volunteer or are not sure what Army Community Service has to offer, stop by and discover what we can do for you. Army Community Service is hosting a Birthday Open House and information session entitled, “Real Life Solutions for Successful Army Living on Friday, July 11, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. The event will allow us to showcase our services and will feature a 15 minute ACS Informational Brief followed by birthday cake and ice cream sundaes. The history of the Army Community Service (ACS) is long and varied. For years, Army wives operated lending closets, thrift shops, and nurseries; raised funds to help the needy; assisted in emergencies; taught and trained the inexperienced; provided care and comfort to the ill and bereaved; and through a grassroots understanding of the Army community, contributed significantly to its stability. An adverse aspect of these social service activities was that they often disappeared or stagnated when their originators transferred or left the service. Army Community Service (ACS) was designed to eliminate this adverse aspect and provide a flexible framework for the operation of a viable system of social services. Changes in the Army community have been substantial and significant, and reflect the changes of the larger society which it serves. World War II saw the beginning of the Army Emergency Relief (AER) Program in 1941 and first major office opened in New York City in 1942. This office also drew on volunteers and charities and other civic organizations, such as psychiatrists, social workers, and lawyers, to ease the hardships of Soldiers and their families. On 25 July 1965, General Harold K. Johnson, Army Chief of Staff dispatched a letter to all major commanders announcing the approval and establishment of the ACS Army-wide. By 1969, 155 ACS centers had been established, with the majority in Germany. Throughout the decades, ACS has grown and evolved in responsibility and effectiveness. The publication of a revised version of AR 608-1 introduced new avenues for accomplishment within this viable program and additional programs were formed under the Army Community Service umbrella. The ACS Centers are now required to go through a rigorous inspection of 208 items to be considered for Accreditation Certification. Today, 83 ACS Centers worldwide remain an integral part of the Army Family by supporting the Army Force Generation Model (ARFORGEN) and unit commanders by identifying quality of concerns and supports restoration of balance by improving predictable standardized services and programs across the Army. ACS supports the ARFORGEN through Family Assistance Centers, Soldier Readiness Processing, Deployment Cycle Support, Operation READY, Family Readiness Groups, Rear Detachments, Military and Family Life Consultants, and the vFRG. The core programs and services provided by ACS Centers have grown from its early days to include: Army Family Action Plan, Army Family Team Building, Army OneSource, Army Volunteer Corps, Exceptional Family Member, Family Advocacy, Financial Readiness, Information and Referral, Relocation Readiness, Sexual Assault and Response Program, Soldier and Family Assistance Center, Spouse Employment, Survivor Outreach Services, Transitional Compensation, and Victim Advocacy. ACS continues to grow and evolve to meet the changing needs of the global Army Family. We exist to help you with everyday concerns as well as in your times of need or distress. We operate in real time and offer Real Life Solutions for Successful Army Living. ACS is still serving the Army Family after 49 years. We still believe that volunteers are the heart of our programs. Some of the programs and services we provide are: Army Community Service Turns 49 Real-Life Solutions for Successful Army Living • Relocation Readiness Program: Newcomer’s Orientation, Citizenship Immigration, Lending Closet, Sponsorship • Financial Readiness Program: Proactively educate the community on personal financial responsibility – offering weekly basic money management classes, credit report/credit check, TSP and Consumer Education • Army Emergency Relief (AER): Provide Emergency Financial Assistance in the form of interest free loans or grants with valid need • Family Advocacy Program (FAP): Prevention, Education and Victim Advocacy: Couple Communication, Anger Management, Stress Reduction Classes • Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP): Provide prevention, education and advocacy for family members with special needs • New Parent Support Program: Provide support, prevention and education to new and expectant parents. • Army Volunteer Program: Recruit, train and educate volunteers in the community. • Employment Readiness Program: Provide information on careers, federal employment, resumes and job openings • Army Family Action Plan: Focus on issues or concerns that affect the quality of life in the community • Army Family Team Building: A series of classes broken down into 3 levels that focus on Military Knowledge, Personal Growth and Resiliency, and Leadership Development. These classes offer progressive instruction to equip Family members with the skills necessary to navigate through the Army system, understand the military mission and way of life and to successfully access the many resources and services available at the installation. Classes are interactive and are instructed by volunteer instructors and Subject Matter Experts • SHARP SARC/VA: Provide support, education and training in the prevention of Sexual Harassment and Assault. Provide 24/7 Victim Advocacy support • Military Family Life Counselors: Provide short-term, solution focused confidential counseling (there are limits to confidentiality) ACS is open Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. at Camp Casey, Building 2451. For more information about ACS Programs please call 730-3107. Army Community Service 49th Birthday Open House Friday, July 11, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. @ Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 4948 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 26. Army Community Service Relocation Assistance Program Community Newcomers’ Orientation (Open to all – Soldiers, Spouses, and civilians) Jul 21 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Immigration Yangju Transportation Jul 17 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Casey ACS Front Desk, Bldg 2451 Citizenship and Immigration Outreach Jul 17 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Smooth Move Jul 16 12 noon - 1 p.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Sponsorship Training Available on-line: CAC access required http://apps.mhf.dod.mil/pl/psgprod/f?p=302:1:5533168118391132::NO::: Lending Closet: Announcement Please call to reserve your Lending Closet Kit, 730-3107/730-4005 English as Second Language Upon request, sign out English Course Financial Readiness Program/Army Emergency Relief (AER) Identity Theft Consumer Scams Getting Help Jul 24 9:30 - 10:15 a.m. 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Family Advocacy Programs Parenting a Teen Jul 8 12 noon – 1 p.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Couples Communication Jul 15 12 noon – 1 p.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Parenting Education Age 3+ Jul 22 12 noon – 1 p.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Anger Management Jul 29 12 noon – 1 p.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Victim Advocacy /Domestic Violence Services available upon request. Call the 24/7 Domestic Violence Victim Hotline DSN 153 or 05033-64-5997 Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) EFMP Enrollment and Updating Procedures Jul 9 23 1 – 2:30 p.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 EFMP Special Events Bowling (EFMP Families Only) Jul 24 3:30 - 5 p.m. Casey Bowling Center, Bldg S-3014 New Parent Support Program Call 730-3107 for more information Volunteer Program VMIS Training Jul 9 10 – 11 a.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Volunteer Orientation Jul 16 10 – 11 a.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 OPOC Training Jul 23 10 – 11 a.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Volunteer Opportunities Are you looking for Volunteer Opportunities in our community? Please go to www.myarmyonesources.com to register. Employment Readiness Program Federal Government Job Search and Resume Prep Jul 8 10 - 11 a.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Work Smart, Live Well Jul 22 9 – 11 a.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Army Family Team Building (AFTB) Army Family Team Building (AFTB) Military Knowledge (K) Level Training Jul 29 - 30 9 – 3:30 p.m. Casey ACS Classroom, Bldg 2451 Mobilization and Deployment Family Readiness Training Available online at https://myarmyonesource.com Military Family Life Consultants Military Family Life and Child Consultants By appointment Red Cloud 010-3147-0756 , Casey 010-8691-3666 010-4991-1572 (Child Consultant AFAP A grassroots, Army-wide initiative to identify and prioritize issues to enhance standards of living for Soldiers and their Families. Go to www.myarmyonesource.com Click: Family Program Services then Click: Army Family Action Plan Issue Management System to submit the issue. Military One Source www.millitaryonesource.com -This DoD portal is available 24 hours a day, 7days a week, 365 days a year. It offers confidential assistance by master’s degree level counselors at no cost to you. From a military base dial 550-3663, follow the instructions to make a toll free call to the US. Dial 800-342-9647 for your US toll free number. July 2014Calendar of Classes and Events • This calendar can also be downloaded at: http://redcloud.korea.army.mil/ACS/Downloads Registration is required for all classes. Class schedules are subject to change. Please contact your local ACS to confirm scheduled times, 730-3107. Class Descriptions ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE 49TH BIRTHDAY OPEN HOUSE – Army Community Service is hosting a Birthday Open House and information session entitled “Real Life Solutions for Successful Army Living” on Friday, July 11, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. The event will allow us to showcase our services and will feature a 15 minutes ACS Information Brief followed by birthday cake and ice cream sundaes. COMMUNITY NEWCOMER’S ORIENTATION - Provides newly-arrived civilian employees and all spouses information on: common legal issues such as Ration Control and Black Marketing, SOFA Stamp and visa requirements, Non- Combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO), installation support facilities including Medical TRI-CARE, Army Substance Abuse Program, American Red Cross, ACS, Korean culture and customs, and culture shock. This includes a “Get Smart” Public Transportation/Subway Class to Uijeongbu. IMMIGRATION YANGJU TRANSPORTATION – Free monthly bus transportation to the Yangju Immigration Office for NEWCOMERS and authorized community members requiring SOFA/VISA assistance/ renewal. CITIZENSHIP IMMIGRATION OUTREACH – The Camp Casey Legal Assistance Office Offers immigration services and resources specifically for members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their Families. This Citizenship Immigration Outreach will focus on Naturalization, Citizenship, Green Card and the I-130 Process (petitioning for Family members for permanent residence). SMOOTH MOVE – Soldier preparing for a PCS will gain information on transportation, finance, transitioning and their next duty station by attending this workshop. CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH (ESL) – Classes give non-English speaking family members the opportunity to increase their knowledge of the language through practical application and practice. IDENTITY THEFT –This course of instruction will explain what Identity Theft is and steps to take in order to “stay ahead” of the people that do this sort of thing. CONSUMER SCAMS AND GETTING HELP – This course of instruction will try to help the Soldiers understand if something sounds too good to be true, it usually isn’t. This instruction will point out things such as Businesses are in Business to Make Money, the Salesperson is usually NOT your friend and that the fine print should always be read in order to keep out of financial trouble. PARENTING A TEEN - Parenting children is hard enough, and the teen years can be challenging. Discuss issues around teenagers and how to work with them, without confrontation. COUPLES COMMUNICATION - Did he/she just say that? Why doesn’t my partner hear what I’m saying? He/She never listens to me! Learn some tips on how to be “heard” and “hear” your partner, for better understanding of what is trying to be said. PARENTING EDUCATION (3+) - Sometimes we don’t know what to do with our kids’ behaviors. Learn some positive ways to discipline children with natural consequences, not negative punishment. ANGER MANAGEMENT - Anger is a normal emotion. It is what we do with our anger that can cause issues. This class will give you some skills in how to deal with our anger and turn it around so anger can motivate us to do something positive and not just react. EFMP ENROLLMENT AND UPDATING PROCEDURES – Do you have family members enrolled in EFMP? Do you know and understand how EFMP benefits your family? EFMP updates are mandatory; please see us about the proper procedures. EFMP SPECIAL EVENTS BOWLING (EFMP FAMILIES ONLY) – For all family members enrolled in EFMP. Bowling shoes are free. Come on out and join the festivities. For more details and information, please contact the ACS, EFMP Manager at 730-6552. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT JOB SEARCH AND RESUME PREP – Learn about the ins and outs of Federal employment and apply federal government resume writing skills to get the Federal job you really want. WORK SMART, LIVE WELL – First Things First can help with our new class for job and career advancement called Work Smart, Live Well. Discover the secrets of effective resume writing, how to complete a job application, using communication and conflict resolutions skills on the job and at home, and much more. MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR COMMUNITY – Discover how you can participate in your community as an Army Volunteer. Learn about the benefits of being a volunteer and gain rewarding experience using your skills to help bring good things to life. It only takes one person to help change your world. Together we can make a difference! BEGIN YOUR JOURNEY WITH US! – Army Family Team Building (AFTB) provides an excellent opportunity to understanding Army culture, develop skills, and learn of resources available to become more self-reliant, self-sufficient, and eventually assuming additional leadership responsibilities within the Army community. • 2013 ACS Telephone Book: http://redcloud.korea.army.mil/ACS/Downloads/Telephone Book 2013.pdf • Join USAG Area I – ACS Facebook http://www.facebook.com/AreaIACS ACS: 730-3107 5150 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 27. Do you have an aspiring little chef at home? Or simply would like to try a new family activity? Then sign your kids up for one of the Children Cooking Classes provided by the USAG-Red Cloud and Area I Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) Department. The classes are held every other Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the Camp Casey Gateway Club. The $ 5 per student fee includes all materials needed for the class. “The goal of this program is to get families to spend more quality time together,” says FMWR Chief of NAF Support Mike Vail, who doubles as the instructor. “For everything we do we not only give students the recipe, we also give them some of the product, whether it be cookies or pizza dough, so they can go home and cook it with their families just like they did in class.” he adds. Writing for the In the Zone Magazine, I was able to observe and participate in the class as the kids made calzones. It was evident that Vail’s background in culinary arts is only one part of what makes the class successful. The connection he makes with the kids and their parents is easy to see. “I enjoy it. I really like working with kids and of course I enjoy cooking myself, so it’s fun for me but also I like showing them and the parents just how easy it is to make good food at home,” says Vail. The cooking classes are relatively new at Camp Casey, but just three classes into the program it is quickly gaining popularity with not only kids, but with parents as well. Something Good In The Gateway Club Kitchen Anna Smith, whose 4 children have attended all of the classes so far, says that it is not only fun and educational for them, but it has given them a better understanding of how cooking works. “They appreciate it when I cook at home more now. They understand the different steps that it takes to make a meal,” Smith says. “I’m really happy that they have these classes. I wish they had started them long ago,” she adds enthusiastically. According to Vail the art of cooking is more than preparing food. “It involves a certain science to properly mix the ingredients and know what goes with what and that’s part of what we include in the classes. “We show them, for example, the way you knead, or handle, bread or how you combine certain things has a direct outcome on the results,” he says. As part of the fun, yet educational curriculum in class, children receive a tour of a commercial kitchen and learn the importance of sanitation and safety while cooking. Students also get to play an important part on what recipes are offered for each class. “We made pizza today and they wanted to make it again. I told them that instead I’d show them how to make something else with the same ingredients, so we made calzone. It’s all part of teaching them how to play around with ingredients to create different things,” says Vail. And with the end of class comes the best part of cooking, enjoying the food! Kids and parents were able to enjoy a taste of the delicious food the kids just prepared. “It really is a great program. The kids have fun, spouses are able to meet other spouses and, at the end of the class, they leave with food, ingredients and a recipe and still get home at a reasonable hour,” says Vail with a big smile. For more information, or to register your child for a class, please call the Gateway Club at 730-4795. Kitwanna Story by Larissa Krenzer Photos by Kim, Ho Yong 53IN THE ZONE52 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine
  • 28. Find Out What’s Happening In Your USAG Red Cloud - Casey And Area I Community! www.facebook.com/redcloudcasey ind us For all your Area I informational needs on activities, programs and projects! Twitter: http://twitter.com/USAGRedCloud Family and MWR Marketing: http://redcloud.korea.army.mil/ FMWR-Marketing UStream: http://www.ustream.tv/ channel/usag-red-cloud USAG RC Website: http://redcloud.korea.army.mil/ Mobile Web site: http://redcloud.korea.army.mil/mobile FLICKR: http://www.flickr.com/photos/usagrc/ See page 70 for answers to both puzzles. 5554 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 29. U.S. Army Child, Youth School Services Parent Central Office: 730-3628 Swimming Duration of session: Classes on Tuesday Thursday, for a total of 8 classes • Parent and Child Aquatics: 3 - 3:30 p.m. • Preschool Aquatics: 3:35 - 4:05 p.m. • Learn to Swim - Level 1: 4:10 - 4:50 p.m. • Learn to Swim - Level 2: 4:55 - 5:35 p.m. Fee/Age: • Parent and Child Aquatics: $60 / Month, 6 - 35 month • Preschool Aquatics: $60 / Month, 3 - 5 years • Learn to Swim: $60 /Month, 6 - 10 years Sign up at Camp Casey, CYSS Parent Central or call 730-6523 for more information. - Minimum: 6 - 35 months: 4 students per class / 3-10 years: 2 students per class - Maximum: 6 - 35 months: 10 students per class / 3-10 years: 8 students per class Gymnastics Duration of session: Classes are twice a week, for a total of 8 classes • Gymnastics 1: 3 - 3:50 p.m. • Gymnastics 2: 4 - 4:50 p.m. Fee/Age: • Gymnastics 1: $50 / Month, 6 -10 years • Gymnastics 2: $55 / Month, 11-14 years - Minimum: 3 students per class - Maximum: 6-10 years: 20 students per class / 11-14 years: 15 students per class Ballet and Classical Dance Duration of session: • Pre-ballet/tap: Tuesdays Thursday (Casey): 3 - 5 years 2:55 - 3:40 p.m. • Ballet, Tap and Jazz 1: Tuesdays Thursdays (Casey): 6 - 8 years / 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. • Ballet, Tap and Jazz 2: Tuesdays Thursdays (Casey): 9 - 12 years / 4:34 - 5:20 p.m. • Creative Movement: Fridays (Casey): 2 - 4 years / 3 - 3:30 p.m. Fee/Age: • Pre-ballet/tap: $40 / Month, 3-5 years • Ballet, Tap and Jazz1: $45 / Month, 6 - 9 years • Ballet, Tap and Jazz2: $45 / Month, 10 - 12 years • Creative Movement: $20 / Month, 2 - 4 years - Minimum 3 students, and maximum 15 students per class SAT Prep Duration of session: 120 minutes per session (4 per month) / Wednesdays, 3 - 5:10 p.m. Fee/Age: • Full class (4 sessions): $200 (Critical reading and Writing Only) Students 11-18 years Minimum 3 students, maximum 12 students at Camp Casey. Piano Duration of session: (For all classes) • 45 minutes per session, 8 sessions per month • Tuesdays Thursdays: 3 - 3:45 p.m. / 4 - 4:45 p.m. Fee/Age: Full class, 2 days per week for $60 a Month, for students 6 - 18 years - Minimum 3 students, and maximum 7 students per class Child, Youth School Services Like us on facebook www.facebook.com/UsagRedCloudCYSS For more information, call 730-6523. Taekwondo/Combo/ Hapkido Duration of session: 50 minutes per class Fee/Age: • Taekwondo: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 5 - 9 years: 2:55 - 3:45 p.m. / $75 per month 10 - 13 years: 4 - 4:50 p.m. / $75 per month • Hapkido: Tuesday and Thursday 5 -13 years: 2:55 - 3:45 p.m. / $50 • Combo: Monday – Friday (TKD + HKD): $100 / Minimum 3 students, maximum 20 students at Camp Casey. 5756 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 30. USAG-KOREA Wide CYSS MS/Teen Program Event July 29-31 Taekwondowon in Muju Jeolla Province For more information, please contact your local CYSS Red Cloud: 730-3953 Yongsan: 736-5036 Humphreys: 753-5614 Daegu: 764-5721 Program Includes: Adventure/Water Sports, Team/Group Challenges, Art/Creative Activities. Fees • Ages 3-4 years old: $20 • Ages 5 (kindergarten) - 18 years old: $40 Fee: $25 Registration: July 1-31 Ages 3-18 July 12 - August 16 Every Saturday 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Ages 6-14 Soccer Sign up at the Parent Central, Camp Casey Building 2475. For more information, call 730-3114. Sign up at the Parent Central, Camp Casey Building 2475. For more information, call 730-3114. Fee: $40 Must have a minimum of 15 participants. Team will be bused to Yongsan on Saturdays for games. Registration: July 1-31 Boys / Girls Ages 8-10 11-14 Sign up at the Parent Central, Camp Casey Building 2475. For more information, call 730-3114. Child, Youth School Services Sports Like us on facebook www.facebook.com/UsagRedCloudCYSS For more information, call 730-3114 SUMMER INTRAMURAL Bowling Need bowling mentors 59IN THE ZONE58 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine
  • 31. Area I Libraries Summer Reading Program Magic Show June 19 - August 7 Featuring a magician, guest reader, gifts and refreshments for registrants. We will also offer Weekly Story Times Activities. Contact your library for the full schedule. This program is for all ages – participants may register individually or as a family. Register online and track reading at https://USARMY.evanced.info/campcasey/sr/homepage.asp Prizes awarded for meeting reading goals. Every person/group that meets the program reading goals will be entered into Grand Prize drawing. Program reading goal is 800 minutes – prizes awarded for every 100 minutes read – maximum of 10 prizes. Call 730-3285 or stop by the library for more information. 732-6723 CRC Library http://mylibraryus.armybiznet.com/search~8 Tuesday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday – 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday, U.S. KN Holidays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 732-5597 Camp STANLEY Library http://mylibraryus.armybiznet.com/search~9 Sunday – Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Thursday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Camp Casey Library http://mylibraryus.armybiznet.com/search~4 730-4563 Everyday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Korean Holidays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 730-5172 Camp HOVEY Library http://mylibraryus.armybiznet.com/search~5 Tuesday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Closed Sunday, Monday KN Holidays USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Libraries STORY TIME AT CASEY LIBRARY Every Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. @ Casey Library July Schedules for Summer Reading Program*: July 10, 17 24 * Note: Area l Libraries will be closed on July 3 and 4 to support the July 4th Celebration. No Book Club Meeting in July. ‘We’re taking a break.’ 61IN THE ZONE60 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine
  • 32. BOSS Council Meeting “Know Your BOSS Representative” Every Tuesday, 3 p.m. Stanley Community Activity Center Tue Have Quality of Life issues? Let your BOSS representative, the ‘Voice’ of your Unit, know so they can help. Your BOSS council wants to hear your thoughts regarding trips and other activities. For more information, call 732-5366. Soup Kitchen Volunteer Opportunity Every Friday, 10:30 a.m. Ganeung Station Fri Departure Time/Location: 10:45 a.m. at Stanley CAC, BLDG S-2202 (former Reggie’s Club) We need 10 Stanley BOSS volunteers to assist in a Soup Kitchen at Ganeung Station, Uijeong-bu to help serve local nationals every Friday. For more information, call 732-5366. Sponsored by STANLEY BOSSArea I BOSS Presents... BOSS Office: 730-6188, Casey CAC: 730-4601, Stanley CAC: 732-5366, CRC CAC: 732-6246 Open to all Single and Unaccompanied Soldiers KATUSA in Area I. BOSS Office: 730-6188, Casey CAC: 730-4601, Stanley CAC: 732-5366, CRC CAC: 732-6246 Open to all Single and Unaccompanied Soldiers KATUSA in Area I. 4 Saturday, July 12 at 8 a.m. Spend a day hiking along the many scenic trails to Gongjiubong Peak and beyond to the mountain’s highest peak, Uisangdae. Bring your camera for some awesome photo ops. Register on or before May 1st to ensure you have a seat on the bus. Commander’s Cup Points available for this activity. Note: This activity may be cancelled due to weather conditions. BOSS Hiking Trip to Soyo Mountain 12 Prizes for winners, including best creative team song. For more information, call 732-9246. Sponsored by Red cloud BOSSArea I BOSS Presents... 5 26 BOSS Beach Volleyball Tournament Saturday, July 12 at 1 p.m. CRC Outdoor Volleyball Court 12 BOSS Guitar Hero Tournament Saturday, July 5 at 1 p.m. Eligibility: Single and unaccompanied military in Area l Prizes for winners. For more information, call 732-9246 BOSS Texas Hold ‘em Tournament Saturday, July 26 at 1 p.m. Location: Mitchell’s Club Prizes for winners, including a mini- Ipad and $100 gift certificate. Sign up at any Area l CAC. For more information, call 732-9246. Soldiers only • 1st Place: $200 for the Unit, $100 for the Soldier and 150 CDR’S Cup Points • 2nd Place: $150 for the Unit, $75 for the Soldier and 100 CDR’S Cup Points • 3rd Place: $100 for the Unit, $50 for the Soldier and 75 CDR’S Cup Points Friday, July 4 at 3 p.m. Area I Commander’s Cup Area I Commander’s Cup TH 4OF JULYINDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION VOLUNTEERS are also needed to help coordinate this event. Contact your Unit representative or call 730-5366 for more information. Commander’s Cup Points and prizes for participating in this event. Trip26 Fee: $5 per person for transportation and 40,000 won for admission to the park Enjoy splishing and splashing at one of Korea’s most popular water parks. Dress appropriately. Sign up at any Area l CAC. Commander’s Cup points for this activity. Departure Times: Casey CAC: 7:15 a.m. CRC CAC: 8 a.m. Stanley CAC: 8:30 a.m. Saturday, July 26 Minimum of 20 participants required. For more information, call 732-5366. Area I Commander’s Cup 6362 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 33. Sponsored by Casey/HOvey BOSSArea I BOSS Presents... BOSS Office: 730-6188, Casey CAC: 730-4601, Stanley CAC: 732-5366, CRC CAC: 732-6246 Open to all Single and Unaccompanied Soldiers KATUSA in Area I. 12 Korean Baseball Trip Saturday, July 12 Fee: 15,000 won Spend an evening at the Jamsil Stadium in Seoul to watch the Doossan vs Hanwhaeagle game. Minimum 20 participants required. Bring Korean won for admission. Departure Times: Casey CAC: 3 p.m. CRC CAC: 3:30 p.m. Stanley CAC: 3:45 p.m. For more information, call 730-4601/4602/6188. Every Wednesday, 4 p.m. Every Friday, 3:30 p.m. Every Saturday, noon Camp Casey Community Activity Center Enjoy the experience of teaching a young child a new language and learn about their language and culture at the same time. Sign up at the Casey or Hovey CAC. For more information, call 730-4601/4602/6188. Wed Fri Sat English as a Second Language Class Aa Qq 26 PS3 Tournament Saturday, July 26 at 1 p.m. Sign up at 12 noon on day of the event. Each player will have two chances to earn Commander’s Cup points for their Unit. For more information, call 730-4601/4602/6188. Area I Commander’s Cup 19 20 Fee: $118 for overnight hotel accommodations (double occupancy) plus an additional fee of $10 per participant for transportation. Enjoy mud-slinging, mud wrestling, mud fireworks and more, plus photo competition. Various local restaurants available at the site while watching the aerial fireworks show. Commander’s Cup Points available for participating in this event For more information, call 730-4601/4602/6188. For more information, call 730-6028 May Special on Brake Jobs We’ll take $10 off on your front end brake job, and $20 off if we have to replace all four disk brakes. Need an Inspection? Every Thursday from 1 – 6 p.m. we’ll show you how to do a proper vehicle inspection. If your vehicle needs an annual inspection, we’ll take $5 off the inspection fee. Casey Auto Skills Center Stop by our shop for all your automotive needs. We’re located behind the West Casey Chapel (Bldg 2330) Hours of Operation Monday - Saturday: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed : Every 2nd and 4th Thursday mornings (8 - 1:30 a.m.) Boryeong Mud FestivalFriday - Saturday, July 19 - 20 Area I Commander’s Cup 65IN THE ZONE64 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine
  • 34. Commercial Sponsorship Opportunities 부대 내 후원사를 모십니다. 주한미군내 미군과 그들의 가족 및 미공무원 만여명이 넘는 새로운 고객들께 여러분의 회사와 제품을 홍보할 수 있는 기회가 있습니다. 총 다섯개의 캠프를 포함하는 주한미군 제 1지역 FMWR의 스페셜 이벤트에 공식후원사가 되시면 외부의 회사들은 접근이 제한된 상태에서 후원사들에게는 제 1지역에서 주최하는 주요 이벤트기간 동안 상품 (또는 서비스)을 전시하고 홍보물을 배포할 수 있는 기회가 주어집니다. 또한 저희 이벤트와 관계된 광고물이나 판촉상품에 회사의 이름과 로고를 넣을 수 있을 뿐 만 아니라, 이벤트중에는 각각의 참석자들에게 일대일로 직접 판촉활동을 하실 수 있습니다. (다만 직접적인 판매활동은 불가) 그리고 후원 레벨에 따라 제 1지역내 모든 캠프에 배포되는 FMWR 월간 잡지에 광고를 무료로 실어드립니다. 관심이 있으시면 031-870-6702/6274 로 문의주시면 자세히 상담해드립니다. Is your company or business interested in reaching over 10,000 U.S. Army Soldiers, their Family members, U.S. Department of Defense civilian employees, contractors and Korean Soldiers assigned to the U.S. Army Garrison Red Cloud - Casey and Area I communities? USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I communities encompasses five major military installations, including Camps Stanley, Red Cloud, Jackson, Casey, Hovey, Mobile and Castle. You now have an opportunity to directly market your products and services to all members of the USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I communities as a sponsor of one or more of our major Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) Departments’ events. Sponsors have the opportunity to display, distribute products and services during a major event on a USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I communities installation. You can have your company or business name and logo appear on event-related advertising and promotional material. Depending on scope of the event, engage one-on-one with members of the USAG Red Cloud - Casey community who attend the event. Free full-color advertisement* in the monthly FMWR magazine is distributed to all personal throughout the USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I communities. (*Advertisement type dependent upon level of sponsorship) Sounds interesting? Call DSN 732-6274/6702 or Commercial 031-870-6274/6702. Advertisement does not constitute DoD, Army, FMWR or Federal Government Endorsement. Inthe ZoneAdvertising Opportunities 부대 내 현수막과 월간지의 광고주를 모십니다. 여러분의 회사와 제품의 홍보가 만명 이상의 새로운 고객과 그들의 지역사회 곳곳에 퍼져 나가길 원하십니까? 여러분의 회사와 제품의 서비스에 대해 많은 관심을 가지고 있는 이 신규 고객들은 바로 주한미군 제 1지역의 미군과 그들의 가족, 영내 미국 직원들 그리고 캠프 레드 클라우드에 배정된 한국 군인들입니다. USAG Red Cloud - Casey 월간 잡지‘In The Zone (인더존)’은 주한미군 제 1지역인 캠프 레드 클라우드, 캠프 케이시, 캠프 스탠리, 캠프 호비, 캠프 잭슨 등의 의정부와 동두천 안에 위치한 미국 시설에 주둔하는 지역 구성원에게 매달 5,500부를 배포 하고 있습니다. 월간 잡지‘In The Zone (인더존)’을 통한 광고는 주한미군 제 1지역 구성원들과 부대내의 조직에 여러분의 회사와 제품의 서비스를 알릴 수 있는 최고의 방법임을 알려드립니다. 우리의 전문적이고 품격높은 이 잡지를 지역 사회 구성원 모두가 구독하고 있기 때문에 매 달 수천명의 신규 고객에게 귀사의 사업은 노출이 극대화 됩니다. 여러분이 홍보해야 할 고품질의 광고 이미지가 준비되어 있지 않더라도 걱정하지 마시기 바랍니다. 우리의 전문 광고 디자이너가 여러분을 위해 멋진 작품을 만들어 드릴 수 있습니다. 흥미를 느끼십니까? 저희 잡지 광고에 대해 좀 더 아시고 싶으시면 031-870-6702/6274 로 문의주시면 자세히 상담해 드립니다. 여러분이 편한 시간에 기꺼이 만나 뵙고 잡지 뿐 만 아니라 다양한 광고 기회에 대해서도 이야기를 나누고 싶습니다. Interested in reaching over 10,000 potential new customers right here in your community? Soldiers, their Family members, Department of Defense (DoD) civilians, contractors and Korean Soldiers assigned to the United States Army Garrison Red Cloud - Casey and Area I communities are all potential customers who would like to hear about your products and services. You can let our military community know about your company or business by advertising in the USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I communities monthly magazine publication In The Zone, with 5,500 copies distributed free of charge to all members of the community including those stationed at Camp Red Cloud, Camp Casey, Camp Stanley, Camp Hovey, Camp Jackson and other U.S. military installations in the Uijeongbu and Dongducheon community. It’s the best advertising venue available for you to let USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I communities members know about your products and services. Our professional quality magazine is widely read by every member of the community, giving your company or business maximum exposure to thousands of potential new customers every month. If you do not have a quality advertisement readily available for publication, no problem. Our staff of professional illustrators can create one for you. Sound interesting? Call DSN 732-6274/6702 or Commercial 031-870-6274/6702 for more information about advertising in our magazine. We’ll be happy to meet with you at your convenience to discuss various advertising opportunities with you. 6766 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 35. AREA I WORSHIP SCHEDULE COLLECTIVE PROTESTANT SUNDAY 9 a.m. WEST CASEY CHAPEL SUNDAY 11 a.m. STANLEY CHAPEL SUNDAY 11 a.m. CRC WARRIOR CHAPEL SUNDAY 4 p.m. HOVEY CHAPEL LITURGICAL PROTESTANT SUNDAY 11 a.m. HOVEY CHAPEL GOSPEL SUNDAY 10:15 a.m. MEMORIAL CHAPEL COGIC SUNDAY 1 p.m. CRC WARRIOR CHAPEL KATUSA SUNDAY 7 p.m. CRC WARRIOR CHAPEL SUNDAY 6:30 p.m. MEMORIAL CHAPEL TUESDAY 6 p.m. HOVEY CHAPEL PWOC 9:30 a.m. WEST CASEY CHAPEL CATHOLIC SERVICE / MASS SUNDAY 9 a.m. CRC WARRIOR CHAPEL SUNDAY 11:30 a.m. WEST CASEY CHAPEL LATTER-DAY SAINTS SUNDAY 1:30 p.m. WEST CASEY CHAPEL Earn Unlimited Cash Back Rewards on all your purchases Apply todAy online at ChaseMilitary.com/Army 2% Army MWR MasterCard® CASH BACK REWARdS EVERyWHERE ElSE 2 1 Rewards are earned as points, which can be redeemed for cash back. 1% cash back equals 1 point. If you choose to redeem for cash back, 1 point equals $0.01 cash back. For example, 2,000 points can be redeemed for a $20 check. 2 You will earn 2 points for each $1 of net purchases on your enrolled account made at qualified Military Exchange, Commissary, MCCS, Army MWR, and Air Force Services merchant locations (excluding concessionaire purchases). You will earn 1 point for each $1 of all other net purchases. You will also earn an additional 1 point for each $1 of airfare and hotel accommodation net purchases when you book through our toll-free travel redemption number. You do not earn points on balance transfers, cash advances, cash-like charges such as travelers checks, foreign currency, and money orders, any checks that are used to access your account, overdraft advances, interest, unauthorized or fraudulent charges, or fees of any kind, including fees for products that protect or insure the balances of your account. There is no maximum number of points that you can accumulate in the program. No military or federal endorsement intended. See Rewards Program Rules and Regulations which will be mailed after your account is established. Accounts subject to credit approval. Restrictions and limitations apply. Army MWR MasterCard® credit cards are issued by Chase Bank USA, N.A. See associate for details. CASH BACK 1 REWARdS At Army MWR, Air Force Services, MCCS locations, Armed Forces Recreation Centers, the Exchange Commissary2 1% 6968 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 36. Coming in August August 1, 8 p.m. AFE Comedy Show @ Casey / Gateway August 2, 6 p.m. Army BN Sports Program (Softball) @ Hovey Fitness Center August 9, 7 a.m. Casey-Hovey BOSS Caribbean Bay Tour August 9, 7 a.m. DMZ Tour August 11, 2 p.m. CRC BOSS Seoul Zoo Trip August 12, 7 a.m. Casey-Hovey BOSS Seoul Fortress Hiking Trip August 16, 8 a.m. CRC BOSS Folk Village Tour Advertisement does not constitute DoD, Army, FMWR or Federal Government Endorsement. 71IN THE ZONE70 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine
  • 37. Advertisement does not constitute DoD, Army, Family and MWR or Federal Government Endorsement. USAG-Casey G.G. 010-9284-6356 Steve 010-8985-8199 Office 031-861-6356/7 www.worldrealty.co.kr Great Price, Great Place Great Partner World Realty Hours of operation Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Korean Holiday: Closed Steve G.G. cwssong@gmail.com ggworld09@hotmail.com Advertisement does not constitute DoD, Army, Family and MWR or Federal Government Endorsement. Let us serve you so that you can find a home away from home. Camp Casey Bldg. 2407: 730-3772 Monday, Wednesday Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Camp Red Cloud Bldg. S-267 Tuesday and Thursday: 8 -11:30 a.m. Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Camp Stanley Bldg. T-2240 Tuesday and Thursday: 1 – 4 p.m. For more information, call 738-2288. 7372 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 38. AFN-K Camp Casey Serving America’s Best! FM 88.3/88.5 Tune in to AFN Casey the Eagle to learn more about.. Mondays, 9 a.m. Resilience from Master Resilience Instructor MSG Deondre Long Thursdays, 9 a.m. Health and fitness from fitness instructor Mr. Robert Gobble, Fridays, 9 a.m. Family and MWR Events from Mr. Steve Toepper, Area I Family and MWR Coordinator Morning Show: 6 - 10 a.m. Midday show: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. AM 1197 AM 1161 CampCasey CampRedCloud - Check us out on Facebook, facebook.com/afncasey - Follow us on twitter.com/afncasey - Watch news stories on youtube.com/user/afnkorea Advertisement does not constitute DoD, Army, Family and MWR or Federal Government Endorsement. 7574 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 39. Korean Shoe Sizes Women’s Clothing Sizes in Korea International XS S M L XL XXL Korea 44 (85) 55 (90) 66 (95) 77 (100) 88 (105) 99 (110) USA 2 4 6 8 10 12 Japan S M L XL XXL XXXL Europe 34 36 38 40 42 44 Korea 240 250 260 270 280 290 Japan 85 90 95 100 105 110 USA (Men) 5.5 6.5 7.5 9 10 11 USA (Women) 7.5 8.5 10 11 12 13 Europe (Men) 38 39 41 43 45 46 Europe (Women) 5.5 6.5 8 9 9.5 10 Men’s Clothing Sizes in Korea International XS S M L XL XXL Korea 85 90 95 100 105 110 USA S M L XL Japan S M L XL XXL XXL Europe 44 46 48 50 52 54 Metric Conversion Conversion chart for clothes Kilometers to Miles Kilometers Miles Kilometers Miles Kilometers Miles 1.0 0.62 20.0 12.4 300.0 186.4 2.0 1.2 30.0 18.6 400.0 248.5 3.0 1.9 40.0 24.9 500.0 310.7 4.0 2.5 50.0 31.1 600.0 372.8 5.0 3.1 60.0 37.3 700.0 435.0 6.0 3.7 70.0 43.5 800.0 497.1 7.0 4.3 80.0 49.7 900.0 559.2 8.0 5.0 90.0 55.9 1000 621.4 9.0 5.6 100 62.1 2000 1243 10 6.2 200 124 3000 1864 Liters to US Gallons (Liquid) Liters Gallons Liters Gallons Liters Gallons 1.00 0.264 8.00 2.11 60.0 15.9 2.00 0.528 9.00 2.38 70.0 18.5 3.00 0.793 10.0 2.64 80.0 21.1 4.00 1.06 20.0 5.28 90.0 23.8 5.00 1.32 30.0 7.93 100 26.4 6.00 1.59 40.0 10.6 200 52.8 7.00 1.85 50.0 13.2 300 79.3 Kilograms to Pounds Kilograms Pounds Kilograms Pounds Kilograms Pounds 1.00 2.20 8.00 17.6 60.0 132 2.00 4.41 9.00 19.8 70.0 154 3.00 6.61 10.0 22.0 80.0 176 4.00 8.82 20.0 44.1 90.0 198 5.00 11.0 30.0 66.1 100 220 6.00 13.2 40.0 88.2 200 441 7.00 15.4 50.0 110 300 661 Centimeters to Inches Centimeters Inches Centimeters Inches Centimeters Inches 1 0.394 6 2.36 50 19.7 2 0.787 7 2.76 100 39.4 3 1.18 8 3.15 500 197 4 1.57 9 3.54 1000 394 5 1.97 10 3.94 5000 1968 Celsius to Fahrenheit Celsius Fahrenheit Celsius Fahrenheit Celsius Fahrenheit -20 -4.0 0.0 32 20 68 -19 -2.2 1.0 34 21 70 -18 -0.40 2.0 36 22 72 -17 1.4 3.0 37 23 73 -16 3.2 4.0 39 24 75 -15 5.0 5.0 41 25 77 -14 6.8 6.0 43 26 79 -13 8.6 7.0 45 27 81 -12 10 8.0 46 28 82 -11 12 9.0 48 29 84 -10 14 10 50 30 86 -9.0 16 11 52 31 88 -8.0 18 12 54 32 90 -7.0 19 13 55 33 91 -6.0 21 14 57 34 93 -5.0 23 15 59 35 95 -4.0 25 16 61 36 97 -3.0 27 17 63 37 99 -2.0 28 18 64 38 100 -1.0 30 19 66 39 102 BEAVER’s BBQ! Pick-up service available for group reservations Only ten minutes from Camp Casey Hovey (Located near Camp Hovey Gate) Welcoming Unit, farewell birthday parties Call for reservations at 031-867-0005 Hours of operation: Monday – Friday : 12 – 10 p.m. Saturday – Sunday : 12 – 11 p.m. Open every day throughout the year Advertisement does not constitute DoD, Army, FMWR or Federal Government Endorsement. Since 2001 7776 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 40. PAIDDongducheon to Incheon International Airport - # 7100 Uijeongbu to Incheon International Airport - # 7100 7200 Location Daily Lv. Dongducheon (Bus stop across from Casey main gate) 0440 0600 1035 1205 1800 Ar. Incheon 0645 0800 1235 1415 2005 Location Daily Lv. Uijeongbu (#13 Bus Garage) 0410 0435 0500 0525 0550 0640 0700 0730 0800 0845 0910 1000 1025 Ar. Incheon 0530 0555 0620 0645 0710 0800 0820 0850 0920 1005 1030 1120 1145 1050 1120 1140 1205 1230 1255 1355 1500 1525 1615 1640 1715 1820 1850 1920 1950 2020 2050 1210 1240 1300 1325 1350 1415 1515 1620 1645 1735 1800 1825 1940 2005 2030 2055 2145 2210 • 8 and older: W11,000* per person • Under 8 years old: W8,000* * Cash in Korea Won only FARE: • 8 and older: W11,000* per person • Under 8 years old: W8,000* * Cash in Korea Won only FARE: Camp Casey CRC M ainGate McDonald #13 Bus Garage Casey Main Gate Kyong-Dong Commercial Bus Schedule ADULT: $11.50 / AGE UNDER 12: $5.75TICKET FARE (FOR ONE WAY): Lv. OSAN 1530 Lv. CAMP RED CLOUD 1700 Ar. CAMP CASEY 1750 Lv. CAMP CASEY 0900 Lv. CAMP RED CLOUD 0940 Ar. OSAN 1130 Weekends (Including U.S. Legal Training Holidays)Casey-CRC-Osan (Kyong-Dong Bus) PAID IncheonInternational Airport AAFES Airport Taxi Service 1544-9080 St. Mary’s Hospital Shuttle Service St. Mary’s Hospital in Uijeongbu offers free daily bus transportation to and from Camp Casey, Camp Red Cloud and Camp Stanley. The bus departs the Camp Casey TMC/Health Clinic at 8 a.m. and will make stops at CRC or Stanley if patients have made appointments at St. Mary’s Hospital. When the last patient of the day has completed his or her medical appointment, they will be transported to the Camp Red Cloud bus terminal for the return trip to Camp Casey. For more information, call (off base) 99-820-3636. For more information on Area I bus schedules, call 730-3098/6858. FREEBus Schedule Bus schedules subject to change without notice. Departure and arrival time may vary due to traffic conditions. Lv. CAMP STANLEY TML 0700 0800 0900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 – – Ar. CAMP RED CLOUDTML 0730 0830 0930 1030 1130 1230 1330 1430 1530 1630 1730 1830 1930 2030 2130 – – Lv. CAMP RED CLOUDTML 0700 0800 0900 1000 1100 1210 1310 1400 1500 1540 1630 1740 1840 1930 2040 2215 Ar. CAMP STANLEY TML 0730 0830 0930 1030 1130 1240 1340 1430 1530 1610 1700 1810 1910 2000 2110 2245 Lv. CAMP STANLEY TML 0555 0710 0810 0910 1010 1110 1210 1310 1410 1510 1610 1710 1810 1910 2010 2135 Ar. CAMP RED CLOUDTML 0625 0740 0840 0940 1040 1140 1240 1340 1440 1540 1640 1740 1840 1940 2040 2205 Lv. CAMP RED CLOUDTML 0700 0800 0900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 -- Ar. CAMP STANLEY TML 0730 0830 0930 1030 1130 1230 1330 1430 1530 1630 1730 1830 1930 2030 2130 -- Weekdays (Excluding U.S. Holidays) Weekends (Including U.S. Holidays) Red Cloud - Stanley Lv. CAMP STANLEY 0715 0820 0940 1100 1320 1440 1600 1720 1900 Ar. CAMP CASEY 0815 0920 1040 1200 1420 1540 1700 1820 2000 Lv. CAMP CASEY 0610 0700 0800 0900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1530 1700 1900 2000 2100 Ar. CAMP STANLEY CIF-Bldg 2244 0650 0750 0850 0950 1050 1150 1250 1350 1450 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Ar. CAMP STANLEY 0700 0800 0900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1630 1800 2000 2100 2200 Lv. CAMP STANLEY 0555 0700 0800 0900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1900 - - - Ar. CAMP CASEY 0645 0800 0900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 2000 - - - Weekdays (Excluding U.S. Holidays) Lv. CAMP CASEY 0700 0835 0940 1100 1320 1440 1600 1720 1900 Ar. CAMP STANLEY 0800 0935 1040 1200 1420 1540 1700 1820 2000 Weekends (Including U.S. Holidays) Casey - Stanley Red #7100 Blue #7200 7978 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 41. For more information on Area I bus schedules, call 730-3098/6858. FREEBus Schedule Bus schedules subject to change without notice. Departure and arrival time may vary due to traffic conditions. Lv. CAMP CASEY 0700 0800 0800 0900 1000 1240 1340 1400 1500 1540 1600 1640 1800 1900 2200 CAMP RED CLOUD 0750 0850 0850 0950 1050 1330 1430 1450 1550 1630 1650 1730 1850 1950 2250 Ar. CAMP JACKSON 0810 -- 0910 -- -- 1350 1450 -- -- 1650 -- 1750 -- -- -- Lv. YONGSAN 0730 0910 1300 1610 1730 2020 Lv. JACKSON 0820 1000 1400 1700 1820 2140 Ar. CRC 0830 1010 1410 1710 1830 2150 Lv. CRC 0800 1000 1100 1500 1740 1900 Lv. JACKSON 0810 1010 1110 1510 1750 1910 Ar. YONGSAN 0900 1100 1200 1600 1840 2000 Weekends (Including U.S. Holidays) Lv. YONGSAN 0600 0920 1100 1320 1445 1730 Lv. 1RC -- 0925 1105 1325 1450 …. Lv. 121 HOSPITAL -- 0930 1110 1330 1455 …. Lv. JACKSON 0700 1020 1220 1430 1600 1840 Ar. CRC 0710 1030 1230 1440 1610 1850 Ar. Casey 1930 Lv. Casey 0545 Lv. CRC 0630 0920 1100 1320 1520 1720 Lv. JACKSON 0640 0930 1110 1330 1530 1730 Lv. 121 HOSPITAL 0720 1020 1220 1420 1620 1820 Lv. 1RC 0725 1025 1225 1425 1625 1825 Ar. YONGSAN 0730 1030 1230 1430 1630 1830 Weekdays (Excluding U.S. Holidays) YONGSAN - JACKSON - CRC Weekends (Including U.S. Holidays) Lv. CAMP JACKSON -- 0820 -- 0920 -- -- 1400 -- 1500 -- 1700 -- 1800 -- -- CAMP RED CLOUD 0800 0840 0900 0940 1020 1400 1420 1500 1520 1600 1720 1800 1820 1900 2200 Ar. CAMP CASEY 0850 0930 0950 1030 1110 1450 1510 1550 1610 1650 1810 1850 1910 1950 2250 Lv. CAMP CASEY 0530 0700 0725 0800 0820 0920 1020 1100 1140 1220 1240 1320 1340 1420 1520 1540 1620 1640 -- -- CAMP RED CLOUD 0620 0750 0815 0850 0910 1010 1110 1150 1230 1310 1330 1410 1430 1510 1610 1630 1710 1730 -- -- Ar.CAMPJACKSON -- 0810 -- 0910 -- -- -- -- -- -- 1350 -- 1450 -- -- 1650 -- 1750 -- -- Lv.CAMPJACKSON -- 0820 -- -- 0920 -- -- -- -- -- 1400 -- 1500 -- -- 1700 -- 1800 -- -- CAMP RED CLOUD 0720 0840 0840 0920 0940 1040 1120 1200 1240 1320 1420 1420 1520 1540 1620 1720 1740 1820 1920 2210 Ar. CAMP CASEY 0810 0930 0930 1010 1030 1130 1210 1250 1330 1410 1510 1510 1610 1630 1710 1810 1830 1910 2010 2250 Weekdays (Excluding U.S. Holidays) Casey - Red Cloud - Jackson Casey - Red Cloud - 121 Hospital * Lv. CAMP CASEY 0800 1030 Lv. CAMP RED CLOUD 0840 1110 Ar. 121 Hospital 0940 1210 * Patients only. Requires an appointment slip Weekdays (Excluding U.S. Holidays) Lv. 121 Hospital 1230 1620 Lv. CAMP RED CLOUD 1330 1720 Ar. CAMP CASEY 1410 1800 Area I Patriot Express Shuttle FREE DEPART CASEY 0600 1715 DEPART RED CLOUD 0650 1800 Arrival Humphreys 0900 2000 DEPART Humphreys 0600 1715 DEPART RED CLOUD 0800 1915 Arrival CASEY 0900 2000 Weekdays (Excluding U.S. Holidays) Casey - Red Cloud - Humphreys Location Tuesday Thursday Arrival Camp Casey Bus Terminal 0230 Departure Camp Casey Bus Terminal 0300 Arrival CRC Bus Terminal 0340 Departure CRC Bus Terminal 0400 Arrival OSAN AB AMC Terminal 0530 PleaseconformwithCTO@730-4711,732-7797 Every Tuesday Thursday Casey - Red Cloud - Osan - ALL military members, dependents and civilians with official travel orders who are in PCS, ETS or TDY status and have been manifested for the Patriot Express - Sign up sheets located at Camp Casey or Camp Red Cloud Travel offices 8180 USAG Red Cloud - Casey and Area I Family and MWR Magazine IN THE ZONE
  • 42. seoulmetro.co.kr/eng Warrior Country Family And MWR Telephone Numbers UIJEONGBU AREA Camp Red Cloud Golf Course Camp Red Cloud Bowling Center Camp Red Cloud CG’s Mess Camp Red Cloud Mitchell’s Club Camp Red Cloud Fitness Center Camp Red Cloud Swimming Pool Camp Red Cloud CAC Camp Red Cloud Library Camp Red Cloud Creative Cuts Frame Shop Camp Red Cloud Lodge Camp Red Cloud CYSS Camp Stanley Bowling Center Camp Stanley Reggie’s Camp Stanley Fitness Center Camp Stanley Swimming Pool Camp Stanley CAC Camp Stanley Library Camp Jackson Fitness Center Entertainment Office 732-6843 732-6930 732-8797 732-8356 732-6309 732-6553 732-6246 732-6723 732-7355 732-6818 732-8902 732-5370 732-5485 732-5460 732-5916 732-5366 732-5597 732-7590 732-6751 DONGDUCHEON AREA Camp Casey Lodge Camp Casey Golf Course Camp Casey Bowling Center Camp Casey Gateway Club Camp Casey Warrior’s Club Camp Casey Hanson Field House Camp Casey Hanson Swimming Pool Camp Casey Carey Fitness Center Camp Casey CAC Camp Casey Arts Crafts Camp Casey ACS Camp Casey Library Camp Casey CYSS Camp Casey Child Development Center (CDC) Camp Casey Auto Skills Center Camp Hovey Bowling Center Camp Hovey Iron Triangle Club Camp Hovey Fitness Center Camp Hovey Swimming Pool Camp Hovey CAC Camp Hovey Library 730-4247 730-4884 730-4577 730-3400 730-2195 730-3220 730-3298 730-1730 730-4601/6811 730-4642 730-3107 730-4563 730-3628 730-8525 730-6028 730-5168 730-5167 730-1977 730-5708 730-5125 730-5172 New Telephone Prefix 05033 + Last Six DSN Installation Operator 113 (on post) 031-869-1110 (off-post) Community Telephone Numbers ARMY AIR FORCE EXCHANGE SERVICE (AAFES) CASEY HOVEY RED CLOUD STANLEY JACKSON 730-4865 730-5146 732-6574 732-5359 732-6269 COMMISSARY CASEY RED CLOUD STANLEY 730-4451 732-7649 732-5513 TROOP MEDICAL CENTER (TMC) CASEY HOVEY CASTLE RED CLOUD STANLEY 737-2273 730-5599 730-6598 732-6011 732-5313 COMMUNITY BANK CASEY RED CLOUD STANLEY 730-6873 732-6019 732-5502 Navy Federal Credit Union CASEY 730-3782 AMERICAN RED CROSS CASEY RED CLOUD STANLEY 730-3184 732-6160 732-5610 December 1, 2012 12-Month Grace Period
  • 43. Advertisement does not constitute DoD, Army, Family and MWR or Federal Government Endorsement.

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