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Volume 5, Issue 42 P UBLISHED F OR T HOSE S ERVING IN THE R EPUBLIC OF K OREA Aug.

10, 2007

Community Casey conducts Humphreys


commemorates anti-terror and powers way to
Caribbean culture force protection Men’s softball
and music exercise crown
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Boy Scouts commemorate 100 years of Scouting

See additional photos


and story on page 9.
DAVID MCNALLEY
Korean and American Boy Scouts meet at Namsan Park to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the world Scouting movement Aug. 1. The event was
an opportunity to promote the values, benefits and achievements of Scouting to both the Korean and U.S. communities in the Republic of Korea.

Army’s medical hotline continues Army Medical Center.


Top Army leaders receive regular reports and briefings
on hotline operations, the colonel pointed out.

to help Soldiers, Families in need


The hotline wasn't created to bypass the chain of
command, Col. Mason emphasized, noting that it was
established to address and resolve Soldier and Family
medical issues as expeditiously as possible.
YONSAN GARRISON — The Army's four-month-old online journalists and "bloggers". The hotline is managed and operated by U.S. Army
“Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline” continues to find "The intent of the Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline Human Resources Command, in Alexandria, Va. Since
answers to Soldiers' and families' medical questions, a is to ensure that Soldiers and their Families have access inception, the hotline has fielded more than 5,000 calls,
senior U.S. military officer said. to every resource the Army has to offer," Col. Mason involving more than 1,300 issues, Col. Mason said.
The hotline provides a more direct way for wounded explained. Callers' issues are staffed to subject-matter experts
Soldiers and their families to obtain information for Senior Army leaders established the hotline March 19 for resolution, Col. Mason explained. The hotline staff
medical issues that couldn't be resolved though local in the wake of a series of news reports in February that later contacts callers to ensure they've been helped.
channels, Col. Edward Mason, the hotline's director, told spotlighted shortcomings in patient care at Walter Reed See Wounded Warriors
Warriors, Page 4
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The Morning Calm Weekly
Bell Sends # 34-07
The Morning Calm
Published by Installation Management
Command - Korea Bell Sends: International Marriages in Korea
Director/Publisher: Brig. Gen. Al Aycock
On March 2, 2007, we published USFK 600-240 requirements is punishable under the
Public Affairs Officer/Editor: Edward N. Johnson Regulation 600-240, International Marriages in Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Volunteer Writer/Editor: Susan Silpasornprasit Korea, to address a serious policy and To ensure that all newly arriving
USAG-RED CLOUD regulatory gap across the Command. Servicemembers are aware of the requirements
Commander: Col. Larry A. Jackson Servicemembers were marrying non-U.S. of USFK 600-240 and the policies regarding
Public Affairs Officer: Margaret Banish-Donaldson
CI Officer: James F. Cunningham citizens without the knowledge of their International Marriages, in-processing center
commands and without regard for the spouse’s orientations in the future will include USFK
USAG-YONGSAN
Commander: Col. David W. Hall
subsequent eligibility to accompany them at 600-240 instruction.
Public Affairs Officer: David McNally PCS. USFK Regulation 600-240 is needed and
Staff Writer: Cpl. Jung Jae-hoon USFK’s Service components promptly necessary in USFK. The requirements in this
USAG-HUMPHREYS engaged, ensuring active involvement of policy letter are punitive and noncompliance
Commander: Col. John E. Dumoulin Jr. commanders, chaplains, lawyers and medical Gen. B.B. Bell is punishable under the UCMJ. Compliance is
Public Affairs Officer: Bob McElroy
Writer/Editor: Andre D. Butler personnel to ensure Servicemembers make required to ensure Servicemembers meet their
deliberate, informed, and legally sufficient decisions to marry. responsibilities to the military and to their future spouse
USAG-DAEGU
Commander: Col. Michael P. Saulnier
Unfortunately, information received from multiple sources and Family. Commanders and leaders at every echelon must
Public Affairs Specialist: Samuel G. Hudson indicates that while most command teams appear to be doing ensure that their Servicemembers have awareness of and
Staff Writer: Pfc. Kyung Chul NA the right thing, many Servicemembers remain unaware of comply with USFK Regulation 600-240, International
This Army newspaper is an authorized publication for the regulatory requirements they must meet before marrying Marriages.
members of the Department of Defense. Contents of The a non-U.S. citizen. In fact, they are unaware that USFK
Morning Calm Weekly are not necessarily official views
of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, Department Regulation 600-240 even exists or that they are required to We go together!
of Defense, or Department of the Army. The editorial notify their chain of command of their intent to marry. This GEN B.B. Bell
content of this weekly publication is the responsibility of
the IMCOM-Korea, Public Affairs, APO AP 96205.
is a very serious matter and failure to comply with USFK Commander, UNC/CFC/USFK
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IMCOM-Korea Safety Update

Equal Employment Opportunity Unexploded ordnance hazards exposed


New E-mail Address
The IMCOM-Korea Region Equal By Taylor Barbaree likelihood of leaving these dangerous devices into the hands of
Employment Opportunity Office has U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center professionals,” he said. “I cringe every time I hear about a fatal or
made it easier for individuals with YONGSAN GARRISON — Time and time again, harmful incident involving a Soldier or Civilian, which in most cases
questions or concerns to contact them. unexploded ordnance incidents have shown no prejudice in could have been prevented.”
The EEO Office has established an e- selecting victims. However, with education and training, people According to DOD, military munitions, including UXO, come in
mail address that delivers email directly a variety of types, sizes and shapes and they may not be easy to
may have a choice not to become a UXO statistic.
to the entire IMCOM-Korea Region
Often times, incidents involving UXO can occur at home recognize. Military munitions include, but are not limited to: small
EEO Office. Employees can contact us
via e-mail at our new address IMCOM- involving Civilians as well as Soldiers serving abroad during arms ammunition, projectiles, cartridges, bombs, rockets,
K o r e a E E O @ k o r e a . a r m y. m i l . deployments. pyrotechnics, grenades, blasting caps, fuses, simulators, and raw
Alternatively, users on the “Korea “The first thing Soldiers need to understand is that it is explosives.
Domain” can simply type “eeo” at the against Army regulations and Department of Defense directives They are designed to kill or injure enemy forces or damage enemy
global address list to send an e-mail to to touch a UXO, much less have one in their possession,” said equipment, and contain some form of energetic material such as
the EEO Office. This new initiative Capt. Charles Terry, an ordnance officer and commander of the propellants, explosives, or pyrotechnic mixes.
facilitates equal access to EEO services 666th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company, located in When military munitions do not function as intended during
for all who may have questions, Jacksonville, Ala. “You have to remember ordnance or use, they become unexploded or ordnance or UXO. In a message
concerns, or need assistance. munitions are designed for one thing and that is to blow up.” to the Army, Mr. Tad Davis, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the
Terry, who served tours in Afghanistan and Kosovo, said Army for the Environment, Safety and Occupational Health,
“You Can Homeschool” people need to take a “common sense approach” in dealing reminded Army personnel and their families to “learn, remember
Information Night with ordnance. The most important step is to call the proper and follow the 3Rs of explosives safety: Recognize- when you
A “You Can Homeschool” information have encountered a military munition and that munition is
authorities who are professional experts trained to deal with
night is scheduled Aug. 13, at 6:30 p.m.
the object in question. Education is key to making an individual dangerous; Retreat- do not touch, disturb, or move it; Report- call
at South Post Chapel, Bldg. 3702,
Rooms 208 and 209, Yongsan. There understand the dangers of UXO, he explained. 911.”
will be a DVD presentation from Home “During my time in Kosovo and Afghanistan, where there For more information about military munitions safety or to obtain
School Legal Defense Association, is a large amount of unexploded munitions, we [EOD units] safety videos for training purposes, visit the U.S. Army Combat
followed by a question and answer spent a great deal of time educating people about the dangers Readiness Center’s website at https://crc.army.mil/messages/
period. This is a good time for anyone of UXO present. ground or the UXO safety education program site at
considering homeschooling to learn “Basically the more people you can educate, the better the www.denix.osd.mil/uxosafety.
more about it and talk to homeschooling
parents, as well as look at some
homeschooling resources. For more SIGHTS AND SOUNDS: Off-post Events and Activities
information, call 010-3040-6516.
Tongyeong-si, Gyeongsangnam-do Black Eyed Peas Concert (Wednesday)
Contracting Officer’s This festival marks Admiral Yi Sun-sin’s masterful victory The Black Eyed Peas will play in concert at the Olympic Gym
Representative Class Offered over the Japanese navy at the Battle of Hansan during the (line 5 Olympic Park Station Exit 3), Seoul. The USO is offering
There will be a Contracting Officer’s
Imjin War (1592—1598) and will be open to the public through tickets at 15% discount prices. For information on purchasing
Representative class on Aug. 14 from 8
a.m.-noon, located in Bldg. 1124, Sunday. The highlight of the festival is the reenactment of tickets through the USO, call 723-7003 or 723-4130 (DSN).
directly across from Gate 20. Contact the Battle in the waters off Tongyeong, but tons of events
Mr. Preston Dicks for more information are planned for this celebration of Korea’s most revered
at DSN 724-6559 or e-mail national hero. The city of Tongyeong, known as the “Naples Korea Electronics Show (Oct. 12-13)
preston.dicks@korea.army.mil to sign of Asia,” is a gritty port city famous for its beautiful location KES is a global electronics exhibition attracting leading
up.This announcement is for all and thriving arts scene. For more information, call (055) 644- companies and buyers from around the world, including the U.S.,
government personnel who may be 5222 or visit the event’s website at www.hsdf.or.kr. Europe, Japan, Korea and China. Since its inception in 1969, KES
called upon to manage or oversee has become one of the largest IT and electronics shows in Korea,
contracts or anybody who is interested Puppet Festival (Through Wednesday) in terms of size and number of participants. Although the show
in the basic knowledge of contracts, This year is the 19th Annual Puppet Festival Chuncheon opens on Oct. 9, it is only open to the public from Oct. 12-13, 10
contract management and Contracting
2007. The performance-oriented festival features puppet a.m. to 5 p.m. The show is conducted at the Korea International
Officer’s responsibilities.
companies from five countries to enhance the artistic Exhibition Center in Seoul. Visitors are given access to a huge
USO BBQ experience. Visitors can also see the sights of surrounding assortment of the latest electronics equipment, on the market as
The USO will host a BBQ with FREE Chuncheon City, featuring the Cheongpyeong sa temple and well as a sneak peak at prototypes and devices currently in
hotdogs prior to the LoveSick Radio three tier pagoda temple. For information, visit the festival development. In addition to vendor booths, the show will also
concert Aug. 18 at Tiger Field on Camp website at www.cocobau.com (English). host a variety of workshops, lectures and keynote speakers from
Coiner from 6-8 p.m.. around the world. To learn more about the show or register to
Daejeon Science Festival (Aug. 15-19) attend online visit: http://www.kes.org/.
USO Update Korea’s largest science festival provides a heap of
MTV’s Yo Mamma is coming to Korea: educational fun for the entire family. Held in Expo Science Seoul Air Show (Oct. 20-21)
All shows open to military community Park, the site of Daejeon Expo ‘93, the festival will feature Located at the Seoul Airport, the Seoul Air Show stands as one
and admittance is free of charge.
many interactive exhibits to help visitors obtain a better of the most popular aerospace and defense exhibitions in the
Schedule for Korea is as follows: Aug.
10 Osan AB, Challenger Club, 9 p.m; grasp of the world of science. Daejeon is home to Daedeok Asia-Pacific region. Thousands of visitors attend the show each
Aug. 11 Yongsan Garrison, Main post Science Town and considered to have Korea’s highest year for an opportunity to see a wide variety of rotary and fixed
club, 7 p.m; Aug. 13 Kunsan AB, Loring concentration of research institutions. Entry is free. wing aircraft, and air weapons systems, as well as ground and
Club, 7 p.m.; Aug. 14 Camp Casey, For more information, call (042) 866-5115 or visit naval weapons. Special outdoor exhibits also include the newest
Warrior Club, 7 p.m. www.tour2korea.com. fighter aircraft, transport planes, armored vehicles and
amphibious equipment. Although the show opens on the Oct.
For additional information about Bucheon Comics Festival (Aug. 16-19) 16, it is only open to the public Oct. 20-21, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
events and activities scheduled If you’re into comic books, be sure to stop by the Bucheon Entrance tickets can be purchased online or onsite. Admission
throughout the region visit the International Comics Festival, where you can get a feel for for public visitors will range from 4,000 – 9,000 won. Visitors
IMCOM-Korea Region website online where the Korean comic book industry is heading. Comic traveling by automobile should also plan on paying for parking.
at ima.korea.army.mil book fans from all over Korea flock to the festival to meet For more information, visit the Seoul Air Show’s online at
cartoonists from all over the world and to take in the www.seoulairshow.com/en/.
Submit your story to the International Comic Book Fair. This event is held at the
Boksagol Cultural Center, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do. If you are hosting an off-post event in Korea, tell us about it and
Morning Calm Weekly For more information, call (032) 661-3745 or visit the festival’s will will publish it in the “Sights and Sounds” section of The
Send your story submissions and other items website at www.bicof.com or www.tour2korea.com. Morning Calm Weekly. Submit stories by calling DSN 724-
to: MorningCalmWeekly@korea.army.mil. 3365 or via e-mail at morningcalmweekly@korea.army.mil.
All items are subject to editing for content and
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CPL. JUNG JAE-HOON


362nd Signal Company Spc. Marlyn McCormick performs a lip-sync of a
Bob Marley song July 27 at the Multipurpose Training Facility.

Community members enjoy


Caribbean culture, music
By Cpl. Jung Jae-Hoon Guest speaker Sgt. Maj. Brian Letren,
Area II Public Affairs born in Trinidad and Tobago himself,
YONGSAN GARRISON — More than introduced the Caribbean cultures and
100 Yongsan community members famous dishes and sites.
gathered to commemorate Caribbean “Today, we looked at Caribbean
Islanders and their many cultural Americans’ contributions and
contributions July 27 at the Multipurpose achievements,” said Pvt. Sun Hwan-jung,
Training Facility. master of ceremony. In many ways they
“Even though it is not one of the have touched our society and shaped the
observances mandated by regulation, as character of our nation through their
an equal opportunity advisor, I know the diverse language, cultures and religious
importance of education and cultural beliefs, the private said.
awareness,” said U.S. Army Troop Sun expressed his goodwill to Caribbean
Command-Korea EOA Sgt. 1st Class Americans and said they strengthen the
Desiree Tomlinson. “Today, we will economy and community with their
experience Caribbean culture through dedication to family and strong work ethic.
music, poetry, a PowerPoint presentation “It was a good cultural event,” said Pfc.
and food.” Kim Wan-jin. “I never really new that much
Soon the reggae music of Bob Marley about all these different Caribbean
and an 8th U.S. Army Band performance cultures, but it’s because I’ve never been
began and entertained the guests. to a ceremony like this before.”
“We’re going to have some fun and Kim added that the event has helped him
learn at the same time,” Tomlinson told want to get to know the different cultures
the crowd. of the Caribbean better.

Wounded Warriors
Warriors from Page 1
"Most of the time callers are very happy staffed by 50 Soldiers and 50 Contractors.
someone listened to them and that we were The Contractors are former Soldiers or
able to provide the information that they Family members.
needed," he said. "They believe in the mission and have
Military veterans have raised about 28 a passion for helping Soldiers and
percent of hotline issues, Col. Mason said. Families," Col. Mason said of the hotline's
Veterans have been gratified to receive staff.The Army's Wounded Soldier and
replies from U.S. Department of Veterans Family Hotline can be accessed at 1-800-
Affairs officials, he said. 984-8523. Overseas customers can call the
The hotline operates 24 hours a day, hotline via the Defense Switched Network,
seven days a week, Col. Mason said. It is or DSN, at 312-328-0002.
Aug. 10, 2007 Page 5

JIM CUNNINGHAM

Col. Larry Jackson, USAG-Red Cloud garrison commander, briefs Soldiers on the new off-post housing being made available to married Soldiers in Area I.

Area I plans off-post housing options for married Soldiers


By Jim Cunningham
commander, USAG-RC. The average furnished apartments, utilities, and rent realtors. Realtors must be English
USAG-RC Public Affairs
rental for a two-bedroom apartment of paid directly to the realtor by Finance. speaking, can accept an 8th Army
USAG-RED CLOUD—Col. 800 to 900 square feet in size in the Also, transportation provided by the lease, provide furnished apartments
Larry Jackson, USAG-Red Cloud Uijeongbu area is from $1,200 to realtor to and from the residence. with utilities included, provide
garrison commander, held town hall $1,700 per month. Add the cost of “We want to make this as easy as transportation to and from post, have
meetings Aug. 6 and 7 at USAG-RC furniture for a furnished apartment possible. You sign an approved lease. apartments equipped with half of the
and USAG-Casey to provide the jumps from $1,450 to $1,950. A four- It will be as close to Army Family electrical outlets being 110 volt, meet
current status on the plan to improve bedroom apartment goes for $2,400 to housing as we can make it,” Schmidt the USFK safety checklist, have a
off-post housing options for married $2,800 per month plus $350 more for said. “After looking at all of those certified broker license, provide their
Soldiers with the end purpose to furniture. options, the last three are going to be previous year tax records, have their
provide adequate and affordable off- Apartments in Dongducheon are very time consuming. We are working business registered with the local
post housing. $200 to $800 less depending on the them, but because of legal contracting government, and they must not solicit
“I have been here for four weeks, size. issues we know it is going to take us a Soldiers or their Family members
and I have talked to the 2nd Infantry The average housing allowance for long time to go through all the steps except through the Housing Office.
Division commanding general and his Soldiers in Area I is slightly less than and the approval levels we will have “We will have a book in the Housing
wife, and the readiness of this division half the price for adequate housing. to go through to make them happen.” Office, which will have all of the
is number one on their list,” Jackson “Look at the prices for the rents in For that reason, course of action one: approved realtors,” Schmidt said. “To
said. Area I and look at the average housing Soldier leased housing with approved be an approved realtor they will have
The agenda that the commanding allowance,” Schmidt said. “This shows Korean realtors is the best choice. The to meet these criterion.”
general and the group have been us that we have some work to do yet. reasons are: it will improve the living When the Soldier decides to move
working with over the past few What we are trying to do now is get conditions of Soldiers who are living off-post he will check with the legal
weeks is getting the facts of the current the overseas housing allowance off-post in substandard quarters, office concerning any current lease.
situation in Area I: how many increased, but that will have to come provide positive impacts on morale of If he has a current lease and can
noncommand sponsored families are from the Department of the Army.” married Soldiers; enhance readiness cancel it, then he will meet with the
living in Area I at the present time, the The courses of action contemplated and positive impact on retaining approved realtor, view the apartment
situation with housing allowances in the plan to find adequate housing Soldiers in the Army and, best of all, list, choose an apartment, have it
verses housing costs, courses of action include: Soldier leased housing with provide immediate availability. inspected and sign the lease. After
to take along with what actions can approved Korean realtors, Soldier/U.S. “This is something we can make filling in all the paperwork required, he
be made now and finding the proper Government leased housing with happen,” Schmidt said. “As we do that, will turn in his allotment form to
realtor qualifications. Korean City Government, U.S. we will be working on the increased Finance, and finally, move to adequate
“There are 676 noncommand Government leased housing with housing allowance at the same time.” and affordable housing.
sponsored families living in Area I right Korean realtor, on-post housing. Along with this course of action “This is good news for all Soldiers
now,” said Ron Schmidt, deputy All courses of action include come the criteria for selecting suitable in Area I,” Jackson said.
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Employment Opportunities for


Family Members
There are 29 FRSA Korea
positions announced on Civilian
Personnel online. Visit the website
for additional information: http://
acpol.army.mil.

EEO/POSH
Training Scheduled
EEO/POSH refresher training is a
yearly mandatory training for US
Federal Civilian employees. The
refresher training classes are
JIM CUNNINGHAM
scheduled for Aug. 17 and Aug. 24.
Supervisory class is from 9-11 a.m., Soldiers wearing masks and simulating wounds, take their places after a simulated bomb explodes, Aug. 3 in
non-supervisory is form 1-3 p.m. the USAG-Casey golf course parking lot.

Casey exercises antiterrorism and force protection


Classes are held in the Camp Casey
CAC Aug. 17 and in the USAG-
RC CAC Aug. 24.
By Jim Cunningham parking lot. Bradley, force protection specialist for
Area I Chief Nurse
USAG-RC Public Affairs “These are required exercises, and the USAG-Casey enclave. “While they
and Patient Representative
The 168th Medical Battalion has a USAG-CASEY— A bomb they are to ensure that our antiterrorism were out there doing their first
new Area I Chief Nurse and Patient explodes in a parking lot where and force protection program is up and responder actions, there was a
Representative. Patients are many Soldiers and Civilians gather running,” said Lt. Col. Donald Meisler, secondary explosion.”
encouraged to call 010-6333-0234 every day. Many are dazed and USAG-Casey garrison commander. There were eight casualties playing
for more information. Visit the there is much confusion. A few short “We must hold these exercises as key out during the exercise, which included
TMC for information cards. minutes later, the fire department leaders are new at USAG-Casey, and the two firefighters injured during the
arrives and firefighters scurry these new leaders must be aware of secondary explosion.
Awards Luncheon for about with fire hoses spraying the their roles in case we have to do this “We are allowed a 48-hour time
IMCOM-K NCO, Soldier and flames of the burning vehicle. When in real life.” period to conduct these exercises.”
KATUSA of the Year the flames are out, firefighters Exercises held at USAG-Casey Bradley said. “The first 24-hours are
The awards luncheon to recognize rescue the wounded, but when they make sure that the garrison holds more intelligence gathering, so this
IMCOM-K NCO, Soldier, and begin to check the burned vehicle vigilance against terrorism. morning, based on things that
KATUSA of the Year will be held another bomb explodes wounding “It is inherent in our responsibilities transpired during the night, causes us
in Mitchell’s USAG-Red Cloud at
two firefighters. Military Police and as leaders and protectors of Soldiers, to go to force protection Charlie.”
11:30 a.m., Aug. 14. For more
medical emergency vehicles zero in Civilians and Family members to make After the area is cleared, Central
information call: 738-3332.
on the scene. Firefighters rescue sure that our antiterrorism/force Intelligence Division takes over the
Second Taxi Service on their wounded colleagues while protection program is viable and investigative part of the mission.
USAG-RC and Camp Stanley being careful about the burned out relevant,” Meisler said. “The length of “The area has been cleared and CID
A second taxi service is in operation vehicle, not knowing if there are the exercise today will depend on how has now come in to investigate,”
on USAG-RC and Camp Stanley. more delayed explosives. well each phase of it is executed.” Bradley said. “It becomes a criminal
This company is to help supplement This scenario played out Aug. 3 Similar exercises are held regularly investigation. This scenario is of a
the AAFES Airiang Taxi during during the Antiterrorism/Force throughout the Army. criminal nature so the CID takes
peak times as requested by Soldiers Protection exercise held at USAG- “We had an explosion and they priority, and they will work with the
in Area I. For more information Casey’s Indianhead Golf Course responded for a vehicle fire,” said Eliott Federal Bureau of Investigation.”
call: 732-6263/6307.

Women’s Equality Day


Women’s Equality Day will be
Camp Adventure delights children at Red Cloud
celebrated at Mitchell’s Club on By Jim Cunningham through the University of Oregon,”
USAG-Red Cloud Aug. 15 USAG-RC Public Affairs said Amanda Laird, Camp Adventure
beginning at 11:30 a.m. For more counselor. “We get to choose the
information call: 732-6167. USAG-RED CLOUD—Summer country we want to go to so I chose to
Trek 2007 Day Camp Program, alias come to Korea.”
Mitchell’s
Camp Adventure, began with a new “This is my first time out of the
Dates to Remember
Mitchell’s Club will be closed for name and motto this year. The new United States, and I figured that Camp
kitchen maintenance Aug. 20 all motto is Camp Adventure Youth Adventure would be a good
day. Mitchell’s Customer Service, which is an environment of experience,” said Jimmy Ancira,
Fun dance movements burn up
Appreciation Night will be Aug. 24 magic and delight. Camp Adventure counselor.
extra energy July 30 at Camp
at 5 p.m. “We have 23 children taking Camp Both Laird and Ancira were trained
Adventure.
Adventure,” said Yong-Ae Black, for five weeks to become Camp
USAG-RC and Area I website USAG-Red Cloud Community Activity by the USAG-Red Cloud Community Adventure counselors. Their training
Log onto the USAG-RC - Area I Center director. “Counselors plan the Activity Center and operated in included techniques in controlling
website for more News and Notes, schedule every day: Tuesdays we go cooperation with the University of children while doing group activities
weather, 8th Army site links, MWR bowling, Wednesday they have Northern Iowa Camp Adventure Team and how to keep their attention.
events information, and swimming lessons, Thursday we go on counselors. These counselors are “They pay for our flight, lodging and
information regarding all events a field trip, and Friday we have a party responsible for the daily activities food,” said Laird. “Plus, we get a small
and all subjects regarding Warrior or a social with the parents.” during the day from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 stipend.”
life in Korea by visiting us online at The Camp Adventure program p.m. Monday through Friday with the With all the training and the planned
http://ima.korea.army.mil/area1/ consists of eight one-week sessions for assistance and supervision of the CAC activities, Camp Adventure provides
sites/local. children, second through fifth grades. staff. worthy learning for children and it does
The day camp program is sponsored “I signed up for Camp Adventure live up to its motto.
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New and future weapons
shown at Red Cloud
By Jim Cunningham “All of this equipment you see here
USAG-RC Public Affairs today is lighter and offers more
USAG-RED CLOUD—It has protection for the Soldier,” Graves said.
been said many times what makes “These weapons are lighter, more
America’s Army the greatest Army effective and have much longer range
the world has ever seen are America’s than the ones being used right now,”
Soldiers. They are intelligent thinking said Ward Eldridge, project manager,
Soldiers who can invent and adapt to Soldier Weapons. “All of the
any change the enemy may throw modifications to existing weapons and
before them. These adaptations were the development of the new weapons
highlighted during the Program come from the lessons learned from
Executive Office display shows Aug. combat in the war on terror.”
1 and 2 at USAG-Casey and USAG- Many of the new weapons have JIM CUNNINGHAM

Red Cloud. been invented with two principle ideas: Maj. Mark Meeker discusses the advantages of the new weapons with
“We are having these shows to lightweight and more effectiveness. Ward Eldridge, project manager for Soldier Weapons of Picatinny, N.J.,
highlight the new equipment the Army “This shotgun can be attached to during the Program Executive Office road show Aug. 2 at USAG-Red Cloud.
is putting forth for the Soldier,” said the M-4 or the M-16,” said Maj. Mark new body armor will help protect our during World War II is along the same
Capt. Dennis Graves, Headquarters, Meeker, weapons expert. “When a Soldiers in Iraq against improvised lines, but the purpose is for breaching
Headquarters Company, USAG-RC. Soldier enters a doorway he can use explosive devices.” doors. This is useful in Iraq because
“Some of these items are already in the shotgun and his rifle.” All of the items showcased during we have bad guys hiding behind doors.
the system because I have used them Among the lightweight and more the road show were impressive in their You don’t want to break down the door
myself. But most of it is new and protection themed items is the new modularity. Most all of the equipment because the first Soldier will get shot,
improved to fight the war on body armor, which will be issued to fit together for two purposes, guaranteed, so we use this stand-off
terrorism.” Soldiers soon. lightweight and protection. The new weapon to break down the door
The new equipment is not only new “We have two versions of the outer weapons featured lightweight and instead.”
weapons, but also new clothing and protective vests body armor. The more firepower where the Soldier A compact well-organized show of
uniforms. Most of the new uniforms current vest weighs about 30 pounds. needs it most. new equipment and weapons reveals
and equipment to go with the uniforms The new vest is much lighter and “The new rifle grenade was made the fact the greatest Army the world
was made with one particular purpose offers more protection,” said Alton especially for the war in Iraq,” Meeker has ever seen is so because they think
in mind. Stewart of Soldier Weapons. “This said. “If you recall, the rifle grenade and adapt.

Area I lauds volunteers


of third quarter
By Jim Cunningham fallen Soldiers,” Jackson said.
USAG-RC Public Affairs
“Each time a volunteer supports the 2nd Infantry
USAG-RED CLOUD—Margaret Mead once Division, he saves dollars that might be directed
said, “Never doubt that a small group of committed towards labor costs.”
people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only “Currently, we have 572 registered volunteers in
thing that ever has.” direct support of Warrior Country.”
Those words exemplified the spirit and Volunteers in Area I for the third quarter donated
atmosphere in USAG-Casey Warrior’s Club Aug. 1 more than 2,000 hours to the community, according
during the third quarter Volunteer Awards Ceremony. to Jackson.
“This group of people sitting here today have a “Volunteers in Area I donated more than 6,500
wide range of responsibilities,” said Col. Larry hours in one year,” Jackson said.
Jackson, USAG-Red Cloud commander and guest “These volunteer hours are valued at $30,000 for
speaker. the quarter and almost $100,000 for the year.”
“Yet, very often these people take time in their Volunteers see needs in the community that are
busy lives to share their skills and abilities as likely to go unfilled, so they come together and fill
volunteers, which makes the 2nd Infantry Division those needs in the community and greatly support
a great place to work and to live.” and raise the dignity of the Soldiers in the Korean
Indeed the room was full of those who share their community as well as in the community of the
lives in volunteering to help others. installation, Jackson said.
The nominees for volunteer of the quarter “These volunteer efforts are critical to our mission
numbered 14 individuals, and three units. as well as our well being,” Jackson said.
Individual nominees are: Melissa Albaugh, Paul “They take ownership of numerous programs and
Alexander, Cheery Blyden, Rakimm Broadnax- their commitment has a profound impact on all our
Roger, Chandani Buccino, Choi, Hyun Joon, Chu, quality of life.”
Chae Suk, Stefani Cools, Daniel Garner, Michael “Therefore, their service cannot be rendered in
Gomez, H, Chang Rye, Isaac McCool, Erin Snelling, dollars and their service is second to none.”
and Agnes Witt. All volunteers that were nominated for Volunteer
Nominees for volunteer unit of the quarter are: of the Quarter were given awards.
Teresita Rivera, director of Army Community Fires Brigade, 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team, Chandani Buccino was selected as the Volunteer
Services, welcomes volunteers and supporters and USAG Casey HHC, HHD. of the 3rdQuarter.
to the 3rd Quarter Volunteer Recognition “The earliest Army volunteers cared for our sick 1st Heavy Brigade Combat Team was selected
Ceremony Aug. 1. and wounded; they comforted Family members of as Volunteer Unit of the Quarter.
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DAVID MCNALLY
American Boy Scout Mark Garduno recites the Boy Scouts of America oath Aug. 1 at Namsan Park. Korean Scouts followed with the Korean oath immediately after.

Boys Scouts celebrate 100 years


Korean, American Scouts join all over the world are celebrating as well.”
On a rainy Wednesday morning, at the foot of
together to honor heritage the Seoul Tower, the Korean and American Scouts
stood firm in their salute to the Korean and U.S.
By Pfc. Im Jin-min national anthems and recited the scout oaths in
USAG-Yongsan Public Affairs
their respective languages.
SEOUL — August 1 marked the 100th The group moved out of the rain to a Korean
anniversary of world Scouting. More than 50 style pavillion to listen to speeches.
PFC. IM JIN-MIN scouts from Yongsan’s Boys Scouts of America Boys Scouts of America Representative Marc
Korean and American Scouts salute the national anthems and the Korea Scouting Association from Seoul Garduno spoke of the true meaning of the
during a ceremony to celebrate Scouting’s 100th anniversary. gathered at Namsan Park 8 a.m. for an important celebration.
commemoration. “As we can all plainly see, Scouting has grown
“We have had many exchanges with the BSA far beyond its original intent of grooming English
in the past, but this something different,” said KSA boys for possible military service,” Garduno said.
representative Jang Yoon-jung. “Scouting has become an international movement
One hundred years ago at exactly 8 o’clock in intended to groom our youth into better citizens
the morning Aug. 1, 1907, Sir Robert Baden- among our communities, among the people of our
Powell founded the World Scouting movement on nations and throughout the world community.”
Brown Sea Island, England. He successfully Garduno further stressed that international
formed the first official scout troop with a small turmoil could be stopped by an “understanding and
band of English boys. Many Korean Scouting embracing of each other’s differences.”
association units marked the day by reaffirming In a sign of friendship, the Scouts exchanged
their obligation atop the highest peaks of the gifts.
republic. While American scouting is segrated into boy’s
PFC. IM JIN-MIN “We want to plant in these boys and girls pride and girl’s programs, Korean Scouting is integrated.
Korean Scout Jung So-ra (left) trades a gift with American Boy as a Scout and confidence that all scouts are one,” One of the senior 16-year-old Korean Scouts
Scout Matthew Haywood Jang said. “Even at this moment, boys Scouts from See Scouts
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Power Outage
There will be a weekend South Post
scheduled power outage Sept. 29-30
from 9 a.m - 5 p.m. both days. The
work is required for critial
infrastructure maintenance.

POSH Training
There will be Prevention of Sexual
Harassment training Tuesday, Aug.
14 at the Community Services
Building, Room 118.
„Non-Supervisors 9-11 a.m.
„Supervisors 2-4 p.m.
For information, call 738-4473.

Road Race
There will be a 10 Kilometer Road
Race 8 a.m. Aug. 18 at Collier Field
House. Runners must wear a safety
vest. Registration starts at 7 a.m.

American Forces’
Spouses’ Club
The American Forces’ Spouses’ Club
is hosting a Newcomer’s Welcome PFC. IM JIN-MIN
and Activities Sign Up at the Dragon A contractor prepares Seoul American High School field Monday for opening with new artificial turf. The field will be ready before football practice.

‘Turf’s up!’ MWR carpets fields


Hill Lodge Naija Ballroom 10 a.m.- 1
p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30. This is an
informational event only and the sale
of goods is not permitted.
By David McNally Robinson said the fields will be The SAHS field, in the past known
Garrison Hotline
USAG-Yongsan Public Affairs similar to Field No. 10 across from as Falcon Field, will be rededicated
Communicate directly with the YONGSAN GARRISON — Burke Towers and Field No. 12 across with a new name honoring a Korean
Garrison Commander with your Community members will soon be from Collier Field House. War Medal of Honor awardee.
suggestions, comments and valuable enjoying the benefits of two additional “We installed Field No. 12 about seven “We are working closely with the
feedback at the new USAG-Yongsan year-round sports fields. Installation or eight years ago,” Robinson said. “It’s 8th U.S. Army historian and we’re
Hotline by sending an e-mail to Management Command-Korea a great field because it’s easy to maintain forming a committee to suggest an
usagyongsanhotline@korea.army.mil. Morale, Welfare and Recreation has and the drainage is excellent.” appropriate name for the MWR field
Community members can also leave invested nearly $1.5 million in two Robinson said artificial turf fields at the high school,” said USAG-
voicemail at 738-3484. Yongsan fields. pay for themselves. Because the fields Yongsan Deputy Garrison Commander
“Work is nearing completion on the need little maintenance, the community Don Moses.
American Red Cross Seoul American High School field and can use them in all sorts of weather. Moses said naming conventions
Seeks Applicants also Field No. 5,” said U.S. Army “The thing about the drainage is that across the Army are part of the Army
The American Red Cross is seeking Garrison-Yongsan MWR Director games can be played almost Memorial Program.
motivated individuals to provide Paul Robinson. “The high school immediately after rain,” he said. “The “The intent of the program is to
emergency communications and should be able to use the field just in turf really allows our athletes to use provide lasting honor and to pay tribute
casework services to members of the time for football practice.” the fields year-round.” to our heroes,” he said.
Armed Forces and their families. The
applicant must be an American
citizen; at least 18 years of age; a high
school graduate; have base access;
Youth swimmers
compete for titles
and possess basic computer skills.
For information, call 738-3670.

School Bus Passes


Bus passes will be ready for pick-up By Cpl. Kim Sang-wook
Wednesday through Aug.27 at the USAG-Yongsan Public Affairs
Seoul School Bus Office located in YONGSAN GARRISON — More than 130 youth
the Community Services Building, swimmers from across the peninsula competed Saturday
Room 121. Passes will also be and Sunday at the South Post Swimming Pool during the
distributed at Hannam Village in front Youth Services Championship Meet. COURTESY PHOTO
of the commissary 4-7 p.m. Aug. 17 The Yongsan Barracudas, Osan Piranhas, Daegu Dolphins Youth swimmers from across U.S. Forces Korea pose for a photo
and in the Yongsan Main Exchange and Camp Humphreys Dolphins gathered at Yongsan Saturday at Yongsan South Post Swimming Pool.
lobby 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Aug. 18. For Garrison during a rainy weekend tournament. breast, butterfly style and individual medley from 50-400
information, call 738-3156. “The swim program encourages healthy, athletic meters.
competition among our children by developing self-discipline The winners earned points in each swimming category
Garrison Website and rewarding hard work,” said Meet Director Lt. Col. for their age group. Each group was divided into five sub-
For more news and information, the
Benjamin Palmer. “The championship brought together groups. Ages 8 and below, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14 and older
weather forecast, heat index
youth programs from across the peninsula in order to award than 15.
information and even a community
overall team placements and individual awards by age group “Swim programs in the United States have many teams
telephone book, visit the U.S. Army
and event.” to compete against including traveling teams,” Palmer said.
Garrison-Yongsan website at http://
During weekend meet, the event tested endurance and “The best way to duplicate that level of competition here
yongsan.korea.army.mil.
speed in competitive matches in the categories of free, back, See Swimmers
Swimmers, Page 12
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Garrison shares Step 1 Open Microsoft Outlook. Go to
Calendar and click “Open a
Shared Calendar.”

Outlook calendar
USAG-Yongsan Public Affairs
YONGSAN GARRISON — Keeping the
community well informed is the goal of a new public

Step 2
affairs initiative launched this week.
“If you have access to the global, you have a
new calendar at your fingertips,” said USAG-
Yongsan Public Affairs Officer David McNally.
Type yongsan and click OK. Then
“After the initial setup, you can simply toggle between
choose Yongsan from the list and
your own calendar and the community calendar.”
click OK.
Connect to the shared calendar in three steps.
First, open Microsoft Outlook. Go to “Calendar” and
click “Open a Shared Calendar.” Type yongsan and
click OK. Choose Yongsan from the list and click
OK again. Setup is complete. The user can toggle
between daily, weekly and monthly views.
Double-clicking a calendar entry will bring up all
Step 3
Choose the month view to get a big
the details of an event. Events are color coded. picture view of what is going on in the
Command events are in red and Morale, Welfare community. Double-click any event for
and Recreation events are in blue. USO events are more information.
color coded green.
Authorized private organizations, military units and
agencies may request publicity. Send requests for
publicity to yongsan@korea.army.mil.
All calendar information is synchronized with the
Commander’s Access Channel, the Garrison web-
site (http://yongsan.korea.army.mil) and to the extent
possible, the Morning Calm Weekly.
The initiative is a collaborative effort between
MWR Marketing, the Seoul USO and PAO. All
offices are publishing editors of the calendar.
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PFC. IM JIN-MIN
Maj. Gen. Frank Panter (left), USAG-Yongsan Commander Col. David Hall, Command Sgt.
Maj. Diane Foster and Renee Acosta hold a donation check Monday at USFK Headquarters.

Community opens wallets,


hearts to CFC campaign
By Pfc. Im Jin-min Overall, the 2006 CFC-Overseas
USAG-Yongsan Public Affairs campaign raised more than $15.5
YONGSAN GARRISON — million in assistance. In addition, more
Eighth U.S. Army officials presented than $575,000 went to military
honorary checks Monday to the U.S. communities overseas through FSYP.
Army Garrison-Yongsan and other CFC-O Campaign Management
commands, as a tribute to the Organization President Renee Acosta
community’s sharing in the 2006 presented checks to the officials and
Combined Federal Campaign- thanked them for their contribution.
Overseas Family Support Youth “People don’t give to be
Program. recognized,” Acosta said. “But,
The checks represent funds that will everyone likes to be recognized. This
be made available to the garrison to is a ceremony to celebrate the
support youth programs. generosity of the Soldiers who gave
“The Combined Federal Campaign to the campaign.”
Overseas annually gives Soldiers the Community members should
opportunity to give to charity,” said always think about what they can give
U.S. Forces Korea Policies and to others, she said.
Programs Chief Hazel Johnson. Acosta added that the check
“People y can designate a Family presentation would hopefully bring
Support Youth program to donate focus to the 2007 campaign, which will
money which then returns to different kick off Oct. 1.
parts of the installation where aid is “Making a FSYP contribution is
needed.” easy,” Acosta said. “Simply write in
Johnson said FSYP funds are your contribution next to the letters
dedicated to improve the quality of life ‘FSYP’ on your pledge card during this
in local communities. year 2007 CFC-Overseas Campaign.”

Scouts from Page 9


at the ceremony was Jung So-ra. was “cool” sharing gifts.
“It is an honor to celebrate with my “Maybe I’ll get to know one of
fellow American Scouts,” she said. them,” he said.
“Even though I’m not in Great Britain In England, Scouts from more than
or in the United States, it’s exciting to 160 countries gathered at Brown Sea
be able to hold hands.” Island, the birthplace of Scouting, to
American Scout Colt Morris said it recite the scout oath en masse.

Swimmers from Page 10


is to compete against teams from other Yongsan (girl); Charles Chang,
areas.” Yongsan (boy)
Palmer said inviting different region „ 13-14 Age Group: Alicia
teams to a competitive swimming Davenport, Daegu (girl); John
atmosphere also promoted friendship. Graham, Yongsan (boy)
In the end, the Yongsan Barracudas „15 & Over Age Group: Rebecca
proved to have the most talented Martinez, Daegu (girl); Daniel Garcia,
swimmers followed by the Daegu Daegu (boy)
Dolphins. “Next summer, as Camp Humphreys
„8 and under: Kalin Tang, Yongsan comes online, the championship will most
(girl); Samuel Kim, Yongsan (boy) likely be held at their new facilities that
„9-10 Age Group: Justina Chang, also include a ten lane 50 meter pool.”
Yongsan (girl); Joseph Blyzniuk, Palmer said.
Yongsan (boy) Palmer said the new swim meet will
„11-12 Age Group: Sydney Shields, be held in a upgraded facility next year.
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Leader handbook looks at Army offers
first 100 Days of Combat $20,000 bonus
By Center For Army Lessons Learned
Army News Service

A new handbook published by the Center for


for recruits
Army News Service
Army Lessons Learned at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., “CALL Leader’s
gives leaders a glimpse into the first 100 days of Handbook No. The U.S. Army’s Recruiting Command announced
combat. 07-27, The First recently a $20,000 “quick-ship” bonus for aspiring
“CALL Leader’s Handbook No. 07-27, The First 100 Days” looks recruits. The bonus applies to new recruits with no
100 Days” looks at the first days of combat when at the first days prior military service who enlist for at least two years
leaders and Soldiers are adjusting to the tactical of combat when active duty in America’s Army. They must agree to
environment, the enemy and each other. leaders and report to basic training within 30 days of enlistment.
“There’s no doubt that the early period of the Soldiers are The program ends Sept. 30.
deployment, when people are gaining an The quick-ship bonus contributes to the Army’s
adjusting to the
understanding of the environment, is the most strength and efforts to grow the active force by more
dangerous,” said Col. Steven Mains, CALL director. tactical
environment, than 34,000 Soldiers.
The information for the handbook came from “America’s Army is strong,” said Lt. Gen.
more than 1,700 Soldiers and company-level leaders the enemy and
each other. Michael D. Rochelle, the Army’s Deputy Chief of
with battlefield experience.
Staff, G-1.
Most felt leaders should display tactical
“To attract interested young men and women we
competence, confidence, decisiveness and the will
to fight in ways that does not put Soldiers at know that we must have cutting-edge enlistment and
unnecessary risk. retention options to acquire and retain America’s
an Army organization, CALL customers include joint,
The handbook, designed to fit in the cargo pocket interagency, intergovernmental and multinational best Soldiers. We will meet our commitments
of the Army combat uniform, is the second in a series organizations. worldwide and provide the best led, best trained and
of three. CALL has full-time analysts in the Training and best equipped Soldiers to combatant commanders.
The first handbook, “CALL Soldiers’ Handbook Doctrine Command schools and centers, combat We urge your continued support.”
No.07-15, The First 100 Days,” published in March training centers and operational units in Iraq, The $20,000 quick-ship bonus can be combined
and focused on Soldier-level skills. Afghanistan and the U.S. Their purpose is to enhance with the Army’s other cash enlistment bonuses, up
The final book, which will be for staff officers, is rapid information sharing and facilitate the integration to a maximum combination of $40,000 if an enlistee
expected to be published later this year. of best practices and issue resolution across the signs up for at least four years.
Established by the Army in 1985, CALL has the Army. Prospective recruits can learn more about the
mission to collect, analyze, disseminate, integrate and The leader’s handbook is available at http:// Army’s opportunities by visiting a recruiter or logging
archive the Army’s lessons learned. Although it is call.army.mil. on to www.goarmy.com.
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August 10-16

Nancy Drew Disturbia The Condemned Oceans Thirteen Nancy Drew Bug The Condemned
(PG) 8:30 p.m. (PG13) 8:30 p.m. (R) 8:30 p.m. (PG13) 7:30 p.m. (PG) 7:30 p.m. (R) 7:30 p.m. (R) 7:30 p.m.
Hairspray Hairspray Hairspray Oceans Thirteen No Show No Show No Show
(PG) 7 p.m. (PG) 7 p.m. (PG) 7 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m.
The Simpsons Movie The Simpsons Movie The Simpsons Movie Nancy Drew Nancy Drew Knocked Up Knocked Up
(PG13) 9 p.m. (PG13) 9 p.m. (PG13) 9 p.m. (PG) 9 p.m. (PG) 9 p.m. (R) 9 p.m. (R) 9 p.m.
Waitress Pirates Of The Caribbean 3 Gracie Nancy Drew 28 Weeks Later The Reaping The Invisible
(PG13) 7 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m. (PG) 7 p.m. (R) 7 p.m. (R) 7 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m.
Harry Potter 5 Harry Potter 5 Harry Potter 5 No Show No Show No Show Oceans Thirteen
(PG13) 9 p.m. (PG13) 9 p.m. (PG13) 9 p.m. (PG13) 6 p.m.

The Condemned — A select Nancy Drew — Nancy Drew, the The Bourne Ultimatum — All he Hairspray — Tracy Turnblad, a big The Simpsons Movie — After 18
group of death row inmates are resourceful teen detective, leaves wanted was to disappear. Instead, girl with big hair and an even bigger years on the air, Springfield's favorite
offered the opportunity to compete her friendly hometown of River Jason Bourne is now hunted by the heart, has only one passion-- family finally makes it to the big screen.
in a deadly game on an abandoned Heights for the West Coast and people who made him what he is. dancing. Her dream is to appear on Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie
island for one week. The winner of enrolls at Hollywood High School. Having lost his memory and the one "The Corny Collins Show," Baltimore's Simpson will be there, along with
the game will have his or her There, her unique personal style person he loved, he is undeterred by hippest dance party on TV. Tracy regulars like Moe the bartender and
sentence dropped down to life immediately sets her apart from her the barrage of bullets and a new seems a natural fit for the show Mr. Burns . Homer Simpson must save
imprisonment and avoid execution. self-absorbed, fast-living peers, generation of highly-trained killers. except for one not-so-little problem-- the world from a catastrophe he
.Rated R ( violence, language) 113 especially reigning fashionistas Inga Bourne has only one objective: to go she doesn't fit in. Her plus-sized himself created. Rated PG-13
minutes and Trish, who can't quite figure her back to the beginning and find out who figure has always set her apart from (irreverent humor) 87 minutes
out but know that everything about he was. Now, in the new chapter of the cool crowd, which she is
her is different--from her super- this espionage series, Bourne will hunt reminded of by her loving but overly
smarts and retro manners to her down his past in order to find a future. protective plus-sized mother. That
perfect picnic lunches and penny He must travel from Moscow, Paris, doesn't stop Tracy because if there
loafers. Rated PG (violence, thematic Madrid and London to Tangier and New is one thing that this girl knows, it's
elements, language) 99 minutes York City as he continues his quest to that she was born to dance. Rated
find the real Jason Bourne--all the PG (language, suggestive content,
while trying to outmaneuver the teen smoking) 115 minutes
scores of cops, federal officers and
Interpol agents with him in their
crosshairs.Rated PG-13 (action
violence) 115 minutes

Transformers No Show Lucky You 28 Weeks Later No Show No Show No Show


(PG13) 6:45 p.m. (PG13) 6:45 p.m. (R) 6:45 p.m.
Transformers The Bourne Ultimatum The Bourne Ultimatum The Bourne Ultimatum The Bourne Ultimatum The Bourne Ultimatum Knocked Up
(PG13) 9:30 p.m. (PG13) 9:30 p.m. (PG13) 8:30 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m. (R) 7 p.m.
Blades Of Glory 28 Weeks Later Spider-man 3 Oceans Thirteen Perfect Stranger No Show The Bourne Ultimatum
(PG13) 9 p.m. (R) 9 p.m. (PG13) 8 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m. (R) 7 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m.
Nancy Drew The Condemned Spider-Man 3 Georgia Rule No Show The Bourne Ultimatum Bug
(PG) 8 p.m. (R) 9 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m. (R) 7 p.m. (PG13) 9 p.m. (R) 7 p.m.
The Bourne Ultimatum The Bourne Ultimatum The Bourne Ultimatum Nancy Drew Nancy Drew Oceans Thirteen Oceans Thirteen
(PG13) 8:30 p.m. (PG13) 8 p.m. (PG13) 8 p.m. (PG) 7 p.m. (PG) 7 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m. (PG13) 7 p.m.
The Bourne Ultimatum Meet The Robinsons Meet The Robinsons Because I Said So Because I Said So The Messengers The Messengers
(PG13) 8:30 p.m. (G) 6:30 p.m. (G) 6:30 p.m. (PG13) 6 p.m. (PG13) 6 p.m. (PG13) 6 p.m. (PG13) 6 p.m.
Firehouse Dog Spider-man 3 Spider-man 3 Premonition Premonition Nancy Drew Nancy Drew
(PG) 6:30 p.m. (PG13)6:30 p.m. (PG13)6:30 p.m.. (PG13) 6 p.m. (PG13) 6 p.m. (PG) 6 p.m. (PG) 6 p.m.
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USAG-Yongsan
—Worship Services—
Cast your hook for God
But if God is God, then God can handle anything
By CH (CPT) Heather L. Landrus, – including our anger, our hurt and our deepest
Catholic Mass Sunday 8 a.m. South Post Chapel 121st CSH confusion. God does not need us to play polite with
11:30 a.m. Memorial Chapel If you’ve ever been deep sea fishing, then you Him. More than anywhere, we find this truth
5 p.m. Memorial Chapel know it’s a gory sport. reflected in the Old Testament, when King David
Tues./Wed. 12:05 p.m. 121 Hospital Chapel There are all sorts of gross things in abundance speaks honestly to God.
Mon./Thur./Fri. 12:05p.m. Memorial Chapel — things like worms and cut up squid and fish-gut Out of anger and a sense of abandonment, David
1st Sat. 9a.m. Memorial Chapel
covered t-shirts, stretched over many a protruding prays, “Lord, why do You cast off my soul? Why
Jewish Friday 7 p.m. South Post Chapel
beer gut. do You hide Your face from me? I have been
Episcopal Sunday 10 a.m. Memorial Chapel
United Pent. Sunday 1:30 p.m. Memorial Chapel
The whole thing is an unsightly mess. afflicted and ready to die from my youth; I suffer
Collective Prot. Sunday 8 a.m. Memorial Chapel And this “whole thing” is dependent upon Your terrors; I am distraught …Your fierce wrath
(Weekly Communion) 9:30 a.m. 121 Hospital Chapel something as small as a hook. has gone over me; Your terrors have cut me
(Korean) 9:30 a.m. Hannam Village Seriously, just ask my brother-in-law how he off…Loved one and friend You have put far from
10 a.m. South Post Chapel caught my sister’s attention. me, and my acquaintances into darkness”(Psalms
10 a.m. MTF (R.O.C.K.) Believe me…the guy had a hook. He used a 88:14-18).
10:30 a.m. K-16 Chapel statement of interest to generate further interest. Clearly, David’s prayer does not let God off the
11 a.m. Hannam Village Chapel Please note: this kind of “fishing” can also be very hook, and perhaps this is the very reason the prayer
(Gospel) Noon South Post Chapel messy. is so powerful — because it is an attempt to “hook”
KATUSA Thursday 6:30 p.m. Memorial Chapel But life is messy and the truth is we’re all fishing God — to find God in the middle of great
KCFA 2nd Tues. 11:45 a.m. Memorial Chapel for something — some of us simply choose to fish difficulty…to hold onto the One who knows the
3rd Tues. 11:45 a.m. Memorial Chapel for compliments, while others of us fish for another answers, even when they remain a mystery to us.
promotion or a better job. So next time you are struggling just to keep your
Area II Chaplains
Yet with all of this fishing, we often hesitate to head above water, remember, we don’t have to get
Chaplain (LTC) James P. King (Area II Staff Chaplain) cast a hook in the direction of the One person who cleaned up to go to God…we just need to go to
james.p.king@korea.army.mil or DSN 738-3009 promises to sustain us through any situation. Him.
Chaplain (MAJ) Adolph G. DuBose (Deputy Area II CH) We hesitate to draw God into our messy world. Two Way Conversation
adolph.g.dubose@korea.army.mil or DSN 738-4043 We act as if God is so pure that we can’t afford to “At least Jonah
Chaplain (MAJ) Leo Mora Jr. (Family Life Chaplain) taint Him with our raw humanity. talked back to God.
leo.mora@korea.army.mil or DSN 736-3018 In fact, we are often afraid to speak honestly with Often I
God. do not even
After all, who wants to tick off the Omnipotent, do that.”
Creator of the Universe? —Poem by Thomas John Carlisle
16 Aug. 10, 2007
http://ima.korea.army.mil Feature The Morning Calm Weekly

PETER YU
United States Army and Republic of Korea Soldiers from USAG Humphreys Garrison pose for a photo during the “Mud Festival.” The Soldiers volunteered their time for the event.

USAG Humphreys
Soldiers volunteer
at the Boryeong
Mud Festival
By Cpl. Im, Chun-suk
USAG Humphreys Public Affairs

U. S. and KATUSA Soldiers from Camp


Humphreys spent about ten days at Daechon Beach
recently, but it wasn’t a vacation. Instead, they spent
at least six hours per day volunteering at the 10th Soldiers enjoy some off time in the mud pit at Boryeong during the mud festival held recently.
annual Boryeong Mud Festival.
The Soldiers’ primary mission at the festival was
to provide language support for the many foreign
visitors to the event.
The Boryeong Mud Festival was first launched
in July 1998 to promote the outstanding quality of
cosmetic products made from the local mud and to
support local tourism.
Since then the Mud Festival has grown in
popularity and attracts visitors from around the world.
In order to make foreign visitors’ vacation more
pleasant, Boryeong City has picked volunteers to
facilitate the event, including KATUSA and U.S. Soldiers and civilians dance to drum beats during the fest.
Soldiers for the language services.
Upon arrival the Soldiers were stationed in
different locations around Daecheon Beach,
including the information center, administration
headquarters, mud-products sales shop, and so forth.
Duty hours were the same for all Soldiers, from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with formation twice a day. Despite
the relaxed surroundings, all Soldiers were held to
the same standards as if at Camp Humphreys.
USAG Humphreys Command Sergeant Major
Command Sgt. Maj. Jason K. Kim ensured the
Soldiers understood the standards while at Daechon Two Korean women put on a smile for the camera at this year’s
Beach. mud festival at Boryeong. Performers give the crowd a show at Daechon Beach..
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—USAG-H—
Men’s Post Softball Championship

USAG-Humphreys 050 033 6 -- 17 21 2


USAG-Daegu 020 012 0 -- 5 10 2

HUMPHREYS (17) AB R H RBI


Mull, LF 4 1 2 1
Desmond, SS 5 2 2 2
Hooks, CF 5 2 4 6
Howell, P 5 0 3 0
Canady, PR 0 1 0 0
Adams, IB 3 2 1 2
Parrish, PR 0 0 0 0
Holloway, C 4 2 1 0
Tripp, RF 5 3 3 5
Profitt, RCF 4 2 3 0
Martell, 2B 4 1 2 0
Snyder, 3B 3 1 0 0
Totals 42 17 21 16

DAEGU (5) ABR H RBI


Berry, CF 3 0 0 0
Elder, LF 4 0 2 1
Roberts, C 4 1 2 0
Koreen, 3B 3 0 1 0
Grasse, RCF 4 0 1 1
Hillard, P 3 1 1 0
Wagner, SS 3 1 0 0
Morgan, RF 3 2 2 0
Gregory, 1B 1 0 1 0
Brock, IB 1 0 0 0
Hoang, 2B 1 0 0 1
Johnson, 2B 1 0 0 0
Totals 31 5 10 3

2B—Mull, Desmond, Howell; HR – Hooks (2), MWR MARKETING


Adams, Tripp (2). Sac – Mull, Hoang. Double Humphreys first baseman Phil Adams can’t dig out the errant throw as Daegu’s Mark Wagner is safe at first in finals action Sunday. Adams
Play – Humphreys (2) Desmond-Adams;
Desmond-Martell-Adams. Error – Snyder, Profitt, and the Bulldogs dug out a lot more than they missed as they thumped Daegu 17-5 for the Korea Post-Level Men’s title.

Humphreys powers way to Men’s softball crown


Wagner, Koreen

Humphreys 11, Casey 9


Osan 14, Daegu 4
Humphreys 15, Yongsan 11
Daegu 16, Casey 12 (Casey eliminated)
MWR Marketing house rule that we have to wait a half hour after lightning has
Humphreys 20, Osan 8 IMCOM-Korea Region been spotted. If there’s another bolt, the 30 minutes starts all
Daegu 17, Yongsan 14 (Yongsan eliminated) USAG-HUMPHREYS — The curse is history. Beating dual over again.”
Daegu 28, Osan 11 (Osan eliminated)
archrivals Yongsan and Osan along the way, the USAG- The lightning was gone from the sky as play resumed, but it
Humphreys Men’s Post-Level Softball team rolled to the Korea- wasn’t gone from the field as Casey jumped into an 8-2 lead and
—USAG-RC— wide title, ripping USAG-Daegu, 17-5 in the finals at Soldier Field had the Bulldogs on the ropes.
here Sunday. “That’s where we showed ourselves what we were made of,”
USAG-Casey 30 Kilometer Bike Race
Men’s Division Open “It has been a long time coming,” said Bulldogs Coach Marcus Lux said. “We scored twice in the fourth, three times in the fifth
1, 1:02, CW2 Nie Jones, Lux, who took his fifth team into the Korea-wide Tournament and and then put Casey away with four more in the sixth. Meanwhile,
2, 1:03, Capt. Matthew Nielson “finally” emerged with the top prize. the defense tightened up and we won 11-9.”
Men’s Division Senior “We may have had more talented teams and individual players But now it was time to meet Yongsan – the first place team and
1, 1:05, Staff Sgt. Nelson Broussand, in the past,” Lux said, “but we have never had a group as dedicated pre-tournament favorite.
2, 1:14, Capt. Dale Woodhouse and as willing to put the team first. Everyone on the roster – from “Yongsan has led to some big disappointments in the past,”
the players on the field to those on the bench – were focused on Lux said. “For some reason, they always seem to have our number
—USAG-Y—
getting the job done. And we had some pretty good – and loud – – especially in tournament play. We’ve had games all but won
Summer Basketball League fans, too, that helped keep the spirits high.” and then something would happen – a error, a wind-blown hit, a
The Bulldogs pounded out 21 hits – including five homeruns key injury. It was like we were cursed. But not this time.”
Summer Basketball League
Kanakas (52), 2/2 Avn (41)
and three doubles – in blowing out Daegu with centerfielder Doug The game opened with Yongsan putting a four-spot on the
Mulayo (47), Nowuno (40) Hooks and rightfielder Gerald Tripp blasting two round-trippers board in the top of the first. But the Bulldogs answered with four
94th MP (25), All Cl (55) each and combining for 11 runs batted in. First baseman Phil “Big of their own and then added three more in the bottom of the
Mulayo (41), 121st CSH (30)
94th MP (2), 2/2 Avn (0)
A” Adams added a two-run blast. second. Humphreys also scored in the third, fourth and fifth and
Kanakas (36), Mulayo (38) Meanwhile, the Humphreys’ defense was rock solid turning emerged with a 15-11 victory.
All Cl (57), Nowuno (59) two double plays to choke off Daegu rallies. “In the past, some of our better teams would have fallen four
Kanakas (39), 94th MP (35)
“More importantly, we didn’t make any mental errors on either behind and just given up,” Lux said. “But these guys don’t quit.
Standings offense or defense,” Lux said. “We took the bases we should Heck, we beat the rain and the lightning to beat Casey. What’s
Mulayo 10-1 have taken on offense and we threw to the right base on defense. four runs?”
Nowuno 7-3
Kanakas 7-3
We played the game the way it’s supposed to be played for the The victory earned the Bulldogs a date with Osan in the
121st CSH 5-5 entire tournament. That’s why we won.” Winner’s Bracket finals with a berth in the championship awaiting
All Cl 3-6 The Bulldogs entered the tournament as the No. 4 seed, having the victor. Osan had gotten a break in the early rounds as first
94th MP 2-7
2/2 Avn 0-9
lost three of four to Yongsan and splitting with both Osan and Kunsan and then Wonju were unable to field teams for the
Daegu in the regular season. Lux knew that those teams loomed tournament.
Upcoming Events and News on the horizon as Humphreys opened tournament action against Humphreys put two on the board in the top of the second, but
10 KM Roadrace Aug. 18, 8 a.m. at Colier.
USAG-Casey in a game marred by both hard rain and lightening. Osan answered with three in the second and three more in the
Trent Gym Basketball Court closed Aug. 13-18 “We never would have been able to play this tournament third to take a 6-2 lead. It was then that the Bulldogs decided to
for refinishing. anywhere else in Korea,” said Area Sports Director Lonnie Herring. bite, scoring 13 times in the top of the fourth, sending 18 batters
Collier Field house Basketball Court closed Aug.
“But our artificial Field Turf has great drainage and even a hard to the plate. The Mustangs were broken and fell 20-8 in six frames.
20-25 for refinishing. rain doesn’t make it unsafe. We knew that as long as the lightening Daegu, meanwhile, was fighting it’s way back through the
stayed away we would be okay.” Loser’s Bracket, eliminating Casey, 16-12; Yongsan, 17-14; and
Aerobics, Yoga, Spinning and Martial Arts
Classes are offered at Trent, Collier and Hannam
Lightning didn’t stay away in the opener and with the score advancing to the finals by ripping Osan, 28-11. But maybe Daegu
at various times. Contact your local Sports tied at 2, Mother Nature brought everything to an immediate halt should have saved some of that firepower for the finals as they
Office at 738-8608. with half a dozen bolts on the horizon. were no match for the Bulldogs and went home with second-
“We immediately stopped play,” Herring said. “We have a place hardware.
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52nd provides ammunition


support to warfighters in Korea
By Andre D. Butler
USAG Humphreys Public Affairs
Ever wonder where the munitions
you use to train with come from?
What about the age or condition
of rockets you’re firing at simulated
aerial targets during exercises?
Has the thought ever occurred that
you may be using ammunition now
that was staged here during the
Korean War?
Think about it — 50 years have
passed since the war, but the potential
of you training with ammunition from
that period is high.
And the mission of ensuring the
munitions are safe and can be used
for weapon systems that you have
today in Areas II and III falls solely
on the 52nd Ordnance Company.
“We provide armistice
ammunition support for 187 units in
Area II and Area III,” said Capt.
Anthony Cerella, 52nd Ordnance
Company commander.
“We also give ammunition support ANDRE D. BUTLER

to follow-on units that will come into Chief Warrant Officer Donald Clippinger, 52nd Ordnance Company accountable and ammunitions officer,
the Korean Theater during points out data contained on the drums to Capt. Anthony Cerella, 52nd Ordnance Company commander.
contingency operations,” he said. “They also execute routine area. “Some of the ammunition and ammo. The unit has about $1.84
There are 60 people who are inspections that are required to keep weaponry here require maintainance,” million worth of the United States
directly responsible for this task. our operations running smoothly,” he Clippinger said. Army’s ammunition supply.
The team consists of a mix of U.S. said. Another key function of the 52nd So periodically the unit ships “Our Soldiers need to be ‘Ready
and KATUSA Soldiers, as well as is retrograde operations. munitions back to the United States for to Fight Tonight,’” said Clippinger.
U.S. and Korean civilians. Chief Warrant Officer Donald refurbishing. “And it our responsibility to make
“We have a very unique work Clippinger, 52nd’s accountable and The 52nd handles all of sorts of sure they get the ammunition support
environment,” Cerella said. ammunitions officer, said this is a very ammunition. From small arms to prop needed for that fight.” And all that’s
“Our staff includes Soldiers and important process and is something charges – servicing weaponry from M- asked of the unit leaders in return --
Civilians who work together to that has to be done in order to 16 rifles to M-1 Abrams Battle Tanks, is plan ahead to allow 52nd the time
support the warfighter’s mission.” successfully support warfighters in the Clippinger said his unit provides the needed to meet requirements.

1-7th ADA strengthens


relationship with school
By Spc. Josh Babb
1-7th Air Defense Artillery

Soldiers from 1st Battalion 7th Air Defense Artillery Battalion visited the
Siheung Eunhaeng Middle School July 18. Lt. Col. Eric Sanchez, 1-7 ADA’s
Battalion commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. David Stonerock, 1-7’s
command sergeant major, met with the key leaders of the school and parents
to discuss the alliance between the two organizations.
Later in the day Sanchez, addressed the 1,800 students in a speech SPC. JOSH BABB

concerning the future of the two organizations and the official signing of the Lt. Col. Eric Sanchez addresses the young students of Siheong
memorandum of agreement between the school and 1-7 ADA. The purpose Unhaeung Middle School. Eighteen hundred students attended.
of this partnership is to increase the young student’s English skills while allowing The students will in turn be able to visit the Soldiers at Suwon Airbase, eat
the Soldiers to gain insight on the local customs and way of life. The affiliation lunch and experience the life of a Soldier.
will also give Soldiers the opportunity to visit the students at school and continue The ceremony concluded when the principal presented three traditional
to help them with their English studies. Korean tea sets to the command team.
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School Registration
School registration is underway and
parents need to bring the following
documents with them when registering
their children.
- child’s birth certificate
- shot record
- passport
- social security card
- previous school records

Audie Murphy Club


The USAG Humphreys Sergeant Audie
Murphy Club is looking for SAMC
members who want to become active
while assigned to Korea. Meetings are
held the third Wednesday of each
month. Contact Sgt. 1st Class FC
Lawson-Hurt at 010-2259-3026.

U.S. Army Reservists Wanted


The 343rd Support Center, USAG
Humphreys, is seeking Soldiers
interested in continuing to serve in the
U.S. Army Reserves. Train one
weekend a month and 14 days in the
summer and continue to receive many
of the benefits of serving on active
duty. You will retain PX, Commissary,
MWR, banking and postal privileges
just like an active duty Soldier in ELISABETH TOWNLEY

addition to receiving four days pay for Teacher knows best


one weekends work. You will be Jangyang Elementary School students look to their Soldier-teacher Cpl. Jo Joon, Camp Long
retrained in open MOS slots. For more
Chaplain’s Assistant, to help them in asking questions during the English camp.
information contact Richard Scott at
753-8634, ScottRW@korea.army.mil for

Wonju warfighters visit with


additional information.

Intermediate-level Education
ILE Phase I course will be held Sept.
10-12 in Yongsan. The course is aimed
at Army Reserve Majors and Captains,
but active duty officers can attend.
children during English camp
After completion of the course the
officers will be Military Education Level Soldiers share time with students
4 (MEL4) qualified. Contact Lt. Col. Special to The Morning Calm Weekly
Dennis Davenport, 723-4394, Wonju Enclave Community
Dennis.Davenport@korea.army.mil.
Soldiers and Family members of the They took a walking tour of Camp Students enjoyed swimming,
Wonju Enclave partnered with 30 Long including a tour of the troop bowling, dodge ball, a movie and
Army Reserve Command
Position Vacancy students from Jangyang Elementary medical center, dental office, a American style board games. They
The Commander’s position for the School to learn and practice the English Soldier ’s barracks room and a experienced nearly every American
343rd Support Center, will be available language in a practical setting July 23- demonstration by the firemen of the style food offered on Camp Long.
to interested Army Reserve Lt. Colonels 25. Camp Long Fire Department on day “This was a great experience for
and Majors NLT Oct 1. The 343rd Spt. Students were greeted by Maj. one. my students. The Townley family has
Ctr. is located at USAG Humphreys, Bruce Townley, garrison commander This paid off for them on day two been visiting our class on Saturdays
authorized 34 soldiers, and is of Camps Long and Eagle. when they started the day with a over the past year,” said Ahn.
subordinate to the 501st SBDE. Contact “We have many fun activities “The mid-school year culminated in
scavenger hunt that sent the students
Lt. Col. Davenport, 723-4394,
planned for you this week,” Townley to different buildings and offices this practical exercise and a lifetime
Dennis.Davenport@korea.army.mil.
said. throughout the installation. memory for the children,” Ahn said.
Bowling League to Start Townley’s wife, Elisabeth, an The purpose of the scavenger hunt The garrison staff did an
The Wednesday night bowling league elementary school teacher by trade, was to practice reading, speaking and outstanding job supporting this camp,
will have a meeting for team captains worked closely with Ahn, Hyun-Ji, an writing English. which was the first of its intensity held
Aug. 29 at 6 p.m., at USAG Humphreys English teacher at Jangyang The students were given written in the Wonju Enclave.
Bowling Center. Registration is now Elementary School, and Chang, Sang- instructions to follow with fill in the The camp drew attention from the
open for participants. Hyon, the community relations officer, blank questions. local Wonju community. KBS and
Please send us your for Camps Long and Eagle, in For example, they were sent to the MBC both aired coverage of the event
stories and photos organizing the week’s activities. flag poles to gather information about on the evening and morning news
Students studied American poems and the installation, in English, from the programs.
To submit information for publishing songs. inaugural monument. MBC filmed the entire camp and is
in The Morning Calm Weekly, USAG- Each student memorized the song They reported to the military police scheduled to broadcast two 15 minute
Humphrey’s common pages or for
“Take Me Out to the Ballgame” and station to ask for their motto and then clips Aug. 17 and 24 at 6:50 p.m.
submissions for the News & Notes
section, call 754-6132, 8847 or 8598. parts of the poem “Casey at the Bat.” they had to recite it and write it down. Soldiers and families of the Wonju
You can also email all of your They then performed them for their Students received prizes at several Enclave continue to build strong bonds
information to parents at the closing ceremony. stations. The final destination was the with the local community and truly
andre.butler@korea.army.mil. Students had the opportunity to have ball field where they received a frisbee model the intent of the USFK Good
fun as well as study. donated by the USO. Neighbor Program.
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USAG Humphreys new deputy


commander on board, ready
By Andre D. Butler
was responsible for coordinating support and
USAG Humphreys Public Affairs
securing reimbursement for all supplies and services
USAG Humphreys welcomed its new deputy provided by the U.S. Department of Defense to the
commander Aug. 1. David W. Frodsham comes various allied nations supporting stabilization force.
to Humphreys after serving as the chief of the While in Germany, Frodsham held a variety of
plans division with the Installation Management positions, all related to installation management and
Command, Korea in Yongsan. base operations support to include the acting deputy
Frodsham started his career in federal service to the garrison commander for the 411th Base
by joining the Army for a two-year enlistment. He Support Battalion (Heidelberg).
subsequently reenlisted for an additional five years, Frodsham’s professional military training includes
before starting his civil service career. Combined, the Army War College, Army Management Staff
Frodsham has more than 30 years of federal College; Logistics Executive Development Course;
service. Command and General Staff Officers Course;
Frodssham worked in Directorate of Plans, Personnel Management for Executives I and II;
Training, Mobilization and Security at Fort Organizational Leadership for Executives; and
Huachuca, Arizona where he reported to both the DOD’s EEO and Affirmative Action for Executives
United States Army Intelligence Center Course. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the
commandant and garrison commander. During his University of Maryland in 1984 and his Master of
time at Fort Huachuca he also served as director Strategic Studies while attending the Army War
of Installation Support, the combined Engineering College in 2007.
and Logistics Directorate. Frodsham is married to the former Barbara Meta
In another assignment, he was selected to head- Ross of Fort Gordon, Georgia. They have been
up United States Army Europe’s multinational married for more than 30 years. They have three
support cell in Bosnia and Herzegovnia. The cell children, two daughters and one son. Frodsham

ACS spotlight
U.S. , ROK command sergeants teens for volunteer
major tour USAG Humphreys effort during
summer vacation
By Bob Frace
USAG Humphreys ACS
While many teenagers are enjoying the long
hot summer sitting in the pool or just hanging around
with friends, Joseph Duskie and Jordan Orr were
giving their free time to support the Army
Community Service Volunteer Program.
Duskie and Orr volunteered this summer with
programs such as the USAG Humphreys
newcomers briefing, spouse orientation seminar
and just recently the Army Community Service
42nd Birthday.
Both teens are full of energy and spirit and
love giving back to their community.
They have been stellar performers and
represent the youth of tomorrow.
There spirit to “Take Pride of Ownership”
within their community has enabled others to reap
the benefits.
They are two who understands the importance
of their community. Duskie is a student who likes
BOB MCELROY
sports and loves to run.
Command Sergeants Major Miguel Guante-Rojas of 18th MEDCOM, Franz He runs every morning and loves track and
Philippe of 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade and George Duncan of 19th field events. He will be heading back to school in
Expeditionary Support Command were three of the approximately two dozen U.S. Osan this upcoming year.
and Republic of Korea command sergeants major who gathered here Tuesday to Orr came to Korea to visit his step father this
learn about the Humphreys Master Plan and to tour the new facilities that have summer.
opened on the installation. Also in attendance were the senior noncommission He is from Virginia and loves hunting and golf.
officers from the U.S. and ROK Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy. He will be returning home in this month and is
looking forward to joining the military someday
as a pilot.
Aug. 10, 2007 Page 25

KSC conducts mobilization exercise CY 2007


By Pfc. Na Kyung-chul
USAG Daegu Public Affairs

CAMP HENRY – Korean Service Corps


battalion members gathered at Daegu middle school
from July 31 to Aug. 3 to conduct Mobilization Rock
Drill.
It is a training event for all KSCs that involves
the expansion of the Korean Service Corps from its
armistice strength of approximately 2,200 to its
wartime strength of over 26,000 based on CY 2007
mobilization requirements. By participating in the
Rock Drill, each KSC cadre member not only better
understood mobilization from his individual point of
view, but he also saw what is happening around him.
The Rock Drill provided attendees an excellent
opportunity to see how the process works at the
Theater-level and how it affects their unit. U.S.
officers and NCOs were able to observe, meet,
and begin dialogue with the senior armistice KSC
representing that mobilization company. All U.S.
commanders and staff officers were invited to
meet their KSC cadre standing behind their unit
placard or on the map upon completion of the
PHOTO PFC. JANG WON-IL
Rock Drill. BY

The Army Warrior Training including NBC Public service workers verify identifications of people mobilized for the mobilization exercise Aug. 1 at Daegu middle school.
defense, field first aid, map reading and weapons operation cell and set-up a communication and United States Forces Korea combat support and
familiarization was conducted for mobilees by automation in-processing system with secure combat service support operations.
company leaders. operation equipment and provide opportunity to The mission essential tasks are to transition to war,
The objectives of the exercise are to improve coordinate mobilization issues with Republic of Korea deploy to designated mobilization site at DEFCON
mobilization station operation procedures through agencies and U.S. and ROK military units. III, to establish mobilization within 24 hours, to
MOBEX, practice and improve cadres’ in- The main mission of Daegu mobilization station receive mobilees, in-process, outfit and provide limited
processing capability, familiarize cadre and wartime operation team is to activate Daegu mobilization AWT training, to prepare mobiles for onward
assist company commanders with overall concept station at the Daegu middle school to in-process movement to U.S. gaining units and to sustain
on mobilization operations, review mobilization wartime KSC augmentees mobilized by the ROK mobilization station operation.
station equipments and organization in detail, establish government in order to provide KSC forces for

Daegu Area Boys Scouts join millions reciting oath


Scout Troop 81.
The senior patrol leader, Anthony Ford, lead the
group in the rededication and reciting the Oath.
“It’s a tremendous honor,” said Ford. “I’m new
to the whole leadership thing so it is quite humbling
to be out there, I really can’t describe it.”
The boys and leaders took their cue from the
events at the World Scout Jamboree, which is held
every four year; this year just outside of London,
England, where Scouting began.
The single theme for all events and activities for
the Centenary of Scouting and the 21st World Scout
Jamboree is: 2007: One World One Promise.
“The Scouts of the world want to make a
difference, and to move our world forward,” said
Col. Knowles Atchison, assistant Scout leader.
The Jamboree provides and opportunity to promote
PHOTO SST. 1ST CLASS PAM VOSS
BY

28 million Boy Scouts around the world rededicated themselves to the Boy Scout Oath, Aug. 1. Here in the Daegu area that the values, benefits and achievements of Scouting to
number included 14 boys from Troop 81 and four leaders. the world.
More than 40,000 Scouts attended the Jamboree
By Sgt. 1st Class Pam Voss camp for 20 boys. in the United Kingdom this year.
19th ESC Public Affairs Although a Kudu horn wasn’t heard, 14 boys and “In order to make a difference you must first
CAMP WALKER - This year marks the 100th four leaders, from the Taegu Area Boy Scout Troop change yourself,” said Atchison. “Then you have
Anniversary of Boy Scouts, which began in 81, joined more than 28 million scouts to recite the thousand and thousands and hundreds of
Brownsea Island off the coast of England. Its Boy Scout Oath, at 8 a.m., Aug. 1, on Kelly Field. thousands of individual lights shining in the world,
founder, Robert Baden-Powell, blew a Kudu horn “This is the rededication to the Scout Oath that is to help bring the world together for a better
at 8 a.m., Aug. 1, 1907, to start the experimental being held world-wide,” said Richard Downing, Boy place.”
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New Horizons opened for Soliders


Daegu School Bus By Pfc. Suk Kyung-chul
Transportation 19th ESC Public Affairs
Daegu Student Transportation Office CAMP HENRY – Soldiers and
has moved into their new office in Civilians working in 19th Sustainment
Bldg. 3019, Room 321 on Camp Command (Expeditionary) all learned
George. Customer Service hours are as the unit conducted its 11th New
from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Horizons Day training at Camp Henry
Friday. Don’t wait, complete student theater July 24.
transportation needs now for the The peninsula-wide training,
new school year. Plastic bus cards directed by 8th United Stated Army,
are now available for pick-up for had the theme of “Partners in
returning students. For information, Alliance”.
call Michael Dudley at 768-7722. 19th ESC Commander Brig. Gen
Raymond V. Mason started the day-
Factory and long training with opening remarks.
Culture Tour “It’s good to reflect upon us today
Korean Foreigner Tourist Facility and also important to know where we
Association proposes a factory and are in the world” said Mason.
cultural tour for DOD Soldiers and Mason was followed by a series of
Families Sep. 7. Participants will visit videos including comments from the PHOTO BY PFC. SUK KYUNG-CHUL

OB Beer Factory, The Korean United States Army Korea Sgt. 1st Class Christopher A. Thornton, 19th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) Surgeon
Presidential Villa (Cheongnamdae) Commander Gen. Burwell B .Bell as Cell, demonstrates how to treat a uniform with Permetherin to make it insect-proof as Staff Sgt.
and Mungyeong Pottery Exhibition well as a history of Korean War. Santonio Lance, 19th ESC Support Operations looks on. This training was a part of New Horizon’s
Hall, Mungyeong Museum and KBS Then participants learned about Day event held in Camp Henry theater July 24.
historical drama filming set. KFTFA safety issues such as operations “Today’s training was all about Day training. Classes on equal
and OB beer factory will provide security, sexual assault prevention, partnership between U.S and ROK” opportunity, operations security,
some gifts for the attendees. OB personnel recovery and ethics as well said Master Sgt. Kirk. A Haywood, sexual assault prevention, heat injury
Beer factory will provide OB beer as an introduction to the KATUSA 19th ESC G4. “I learned today about prevention and Subversion and
taste test opportunity, alcohol beer program. the Korean war, and what Soldiers went Espionage Directed Against the Army
for adults and non-alcohol drinks for “I liked that there were a lot more through that time.” educated the attendees of the
the underage. For registration and video than last time” said Pfc. Kim, The New Horizon’s day was training.
information, call Mr. Chong Young- Ki Bum, 19th ESC Secretary of concluded by insect and mosquito Instructors kept the Soldiers’
kon at 768-6907. General Staff clerk. “My favorite was prevention training by using attention by keeping the briefings as
the Korean War video. It was very Permethrin process kits on the informative and amusing as possible.
Daegu Area Intramural interesting to see the story unfold uniform. Either spray or soaking the Soldiers had the opportunity to ask
Soccer Program from a U.S perspective. I hope garment in the chemical made it questions following each class.
There will be Daegu Area Intramural there’s more chance to learn new virtually insect-proof for safety in “It is important to have this day to
Soccer Program. The pre-season things like today.” humid seasons. accomplish these requirements and
tournament is Sep. 6 to 8 and the More senior Soldiers agreed the Things were similar in Camp learn together as a unit” said 2nd Lt.
league is Sep. 13 to 28 at the Kelly training course helped them learn Carroll as 501st Sustainment Brigade Natoshia Williams, 501st STB S1
Field on Camp Walker. The deadline something that day as well. conducted their own New Horizon’s officer.

Personality Spotlight: Kim Han-kyom


for entry is Aug. 29 and coaches
meeting is at noon. Aug. 31. For
information, call Mr. Kim or Ms.
Chong at 764-4225/5217. By Pfc. Na Kyung-chul When was your hardest time
USAG Daegu Public Affairs working for the U.S. Army?
Flag Football Program “It was when I had worked at the
CAMP HENRY — Unit: 1st
There will be Daegu Intramural Flag post office on 1st Base in Incheon as a
Signal Brigade
Football Program. The pre-season laborer. At that time, I worked at day
Duty station: Camp Henry
tournament is Sept. 3 to 5 and the and I went to evening school at night.
Duty position: illustrator
league is Sept. 10 to October 10 at Because of hard working at day, I was
Age: 68
the Kelly Field on Camp Walker. The used to dozing at school”.
Hometown: Ongjin in North Korea
deadline for entry is Aug. 29 and Please describe your job.
How long have you worked for
coaches meeting is 12:30 p.m. Aug. “I’m working as an illustrator.
U.S. Army?
31. For information, call Mr. Kim or Usually I make many kinds of
“I worked for U.S. Army for 53
Ms. Chong at 764-4225/5217. signs, charts and awards.
years, since 1955, and have worked
in this position as an illustrator for 30 Additionally, my section supports
Girl Scout army training with making reports
years.”
Adult Volunteers or maps”.
How did you get started with
The Girl Scouts are seeking adult Kim Han-kyom What is the purpose in your life?
U.S. Army?
volunteers to lead and advise girls “My purpose in my life is to help
“After the Korean War, I didn’t started working as a laborer at the
to build character, courage and poor people. I’m doing this indirectly.
have a job for maintaining my family warehouse of post office on 1st
confidence today. Available I’m just supporting old people and
because I had come from North Base in Incheon from April in 1955.
positions are Studio 2B advisor (older some orphanages through donations.
Korea. At that time I heard about For my hard working, I could
girls 6th to 12th grade), assistant After retirement from this job, I want
U.S. special unit from my brother promote to a lead foreman of the
leaders (all levels), registrar, to help them directly through
and joined special unit as an infantry warehouse. Then, I moved to Camp
secretary and events coordinator. volunteering”.
first. It was my first joining for U.S. Carroll in Waegwan as a warehouse
For information, contact Tondra How much longer do you plan to
Army”. worker and finally I was reassigned
Anderson at (053)210-6003 or work for the U.S. Army?
Which installations have you to here, Camp Henry in 1978. I have
Imanderson0515@yahoo.com. “Although I’m old now, I want to
worked for? worked as an illustrator for about 30
“After the infantry life, I just years”. work here as long as I can”.
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NEWS & NOTES Combined Rear Area Working Group meets
By Sgt. 1st Class Pam Voss
Camp Carroll 19th ESC Public Affairs
CIF Closure Schedule
DAEGU – The Second Republic of
The Camp Carroll CIF will close for annual
Korea Army along with the Combat
inventory from Aug. 2 to Sunday. Plan
Support Coordination Team #2 co-hosted
accordingly. Emergencies will be handled
t h e C o m b i n e d R e a r A r e a Wo r k i n g
appropriately. For information, call Mr. David
Group.
Arnold at 765-7153.
The purpose of this event is to identify,
evaluate and improve combined
Get Involved in TSA
coordination, procedures, plans and
Taegu Spouse’s Association has a few Board and
systems for conducting rear operation
Committee positions still available. Make new
requirements from both the R.O.K. and
friends. Make a difference in your community.
U.S. Forces.
Make this the best your TSA has had. For
Before the CRAWG began, Gen.
information, contact Leigh Roper at 010-5846-
Park, Young Ha, SROKA commanding
0871 or roperclan@yahoo.com.
general, held an office call with Maj.
Gen. Johnny Weida, Deputy Combined
Hispanic Heritage Month Rear Area Commander, Brig. Gen.
Volunteers who can sing, rap, dance or play Raymond Mason, 19th Sustainment
instruments are needed for Hispanic Heritage Command (Expeditionary) commanding
Month from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. For information, general and other ROK and U.S. Army
call at 765-7737 or 768-8972. leadership.
The event is held semi-annually and
Please send us your Stories and demonstrates the Combined Forces
Photos for Publishing Command’s capabilities and the U.S.
To submit information for publishing in The commitment to defending the Republic of
Morning Calm Weekly USAG-Daegu’s common Korea.
pages or for submission for the News & Notes
section, call 768-8513. You can email your (Left) Brig. Gen. Raymond Mason, 19th Sustainment
information to kyungchul.na@korea.army.mil. Command (Expeditionary) commanding general and
(Right) Maj. Gen. Johnny Weida, Duputy Combined
Rear Area Commander look through the itinerary for
the CRAWG.
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Girl Scout leaders attend international Camp


By 19th ESC Public Affairs
MUJU - The USA Girl Scouts Overseas-Daegu
and Seoul Councils sent three adult leaders to the
International Challenge Camp in Muju, Korea
recently. This year, over 5,000 girls from all over
the world participated in the five-day camp. The
US leaders attended the biennial event at the
invitation of the Korean Girl Scouts to teach about
USA Girl Scouts and American culture. Maj.
LaTondra Anderson, stationed at Camp Henry, led
the three-woman delegation as Daegu Committee
Chairperson. Master Sgt. Cecily Jackson, also
stationed at Camp Henry, and Mrs. Debbie Weigle,
stationed in Seoul, helped operate the English Village.
Hosted by the Government of the Republic of
Korea, the international camp hosted countries
throughout the Pacific, including: Thailand, Sri
Lanka, The Republic of the Philippines, Fiji and
New Zealand, just to name a few. Camp
commenced with an opening ceremony which PHOTO BY MAJ. LATONDRA ANDERSON
included a greeting from the wife of the President songs.” “This is a great way for girls to learn from each
of Korea, the National Executive of the Korean During two days of mini classes, more than 500 other and together,” said Weigle. “I would
Girl Scouts, Dr. Kim and the Chairman of the international Girls Scouts participated in the recommend that all girls stationed overseas look into
Youth Council. The highlight of the evening was American-led English Village. “We taught only what Girl Scouts has to offer.”
live performances by 12 popular Korean rock about 10 percent of the girls that attended the camp “The Girl Scouts program is great because it is all
groups for the Girl Scouts. The rain definitely did but got to talk with many more,” Weigle said. “The girl-focused: for girls, by girls, for every girl,
not deter the enthusiasm the girls gave the importance of learning conversational English is very everywhere,” concluded Anderson. “As adults we
performers on the first night. The ceremony ended strong in Korea.” assist the girls with learning how to build ‘Courage,
with a spectacular fireworks show. The English Village is just a small part of the confidence and character’ in their everyday lives.”
“We came together and planned a mini American program the Korean Girl Scouts host every other For more information on how adults and girls can
culture and Girl Scouts class,” said Anderson. “We year. The girls have the opportunity to raft, climb participate in the USA Girl Scouts Overseas program,
taught the Girl Scouts about USA Girl Scouts history and participate in many classes such as Nantas, contact LaTondra Anderson at
and ceremony, played American music, taught two Korean Folk Village, crafts, Japanese Culture and usagso_daegu@yahoo.com or Shelly Matautia at
popular American line dances and simple games and Hip Hop Dance. GSOCSeoul@yahoo.com.
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Learn Korean Easily

The Phrase of the Week :


Week

“It’s a nice day, isn’t it?”

Nalssi jochyo?
day (weather) it’s a nice, isn’t it
Vocabulary

season ‘gyejol’

winter ‘gyoul’

cold ‘chubda’

Situation of the Week : The Fundamentals


Week

It’s terrible weather, isn’t it?


Musun nalssiga eerochyo?

It’s raining.
Beega onungunyo.

It’s snowing.
Nunee onungunyo.

It’s fine.
Nalssi jossumnida.
:
Will it stop snowing soon?
Nuni got guchilkkayo?

Boys Beega got guchilkkayo?


Will it stop raining soon?

Scouts Korean Expression of the W eek


Week

celebrate Did you have a pig


Dwaejikkum dream last night?
100 years kkweotna?
You’re so lucky.