Category: Camp Humphreys

USAG Humphreys information and news.

So, You Want to Send your Kids to a Korean School

I am stationed in South Korea with my Family, can my Children go to an offpost School? According to the Korean Education Act, all foreigners are welcome in Korean schools. However, a school may deny new students for many reasons such as class sizes, finances, district lines etc and each school has its own regulations …

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Filing Taxes as Military Personnel at Camp Humphreys, Korea

Disclaimer: I do not prepare taxes for a living and I do not have a degree in tax law! The following is a guide on what differences I personally found for filing out my returns here in Korea as a USFK active duty family member. Please use the services at your local legal office and have a …

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Social Media, Apps and Phone Numbers for Camp Humphreys Residents

Social Media Resources, Apps and Phone Numbers for Camp Humphrey’s and Pyeongtaek Residents The military is catching up to the age of social media and most garrisons will have a Facebook and Twitter feed and more. Humphreys has multiple Facebook pages,  a Pinterest board and a Flickr photo album. When looking for events, finding information …

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What Furniture to Bring to Camp Humphreys, Korea as USFK

This is a topic of some serious debate and everyone has their own opinions on which household goods should come to Korea and what should stay in storage. Here at Camp Humphreys, new off-post villas are built every month that have more space than on-post housing and traditional Korean homes. The town of Paengseong knows …

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Space A Korea: Osan Airbase

Disclaimer: This post was really hard to write. There is so much information out there for Space A and when I was ready to take my own Space A trip to Japan I ended up having all the wrong paperwork and we had to make a last minute scramble to the commander to get an …

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How to use your APO Mailing Address to its full Potential

Military/ DoD civilians and their families who are stationed overseas really luck out when it comes to shipping and receiving packages. When shipping items internationally, rates are often more than the item being shipped and it can take over a month for it to reach its destination by boat and ground. I know local expats …

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