October 07 2009
The U.S. military expects to close two facilities in central South Korea as part of consolidation efforts, reports South Korea's Yonhap News Agency.
Camps Eagle and Long in Wonju, east of Seoul, are likely to be deactivated next year, according to the Eighth U.S. Army.
The two bases, housing a total of 386 U.S. and South Korean military and civilian personnel, are among some two dozen facilities being handed back to Seoul.
The U.S. military closed down about 40 of its...
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