Strengthening the Alliance and Partnerships: USAG Daegu reaffirms commitment to local Korean communities

By Keith SmithDecember 13, 2021

USAG Daegu Commander Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn joined Daegu City Mayor Kwon Young-jin, Nam-gu Mayor Cho, Jae Gu and dozens of local civic leaders outside of Camp Walker for a ceremony at the former Camp Walker heliport in Daegu on Dec. 10. A new modern library is planned at the site for the citizens of Nam-gu and Daegu. USAG Daegu is committed to making South Korea assignment of choice by developing close partnerships with community partners and providing support services and programs that enhance quality of life and make the installations a great place to live and work.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USAG Daegu Commander Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn joined Daegu City Mayor Kwon Young-jin, Nam-gu Mayor Cho, Jae Gu and dozens of local civic leaders outside of Camp Walker for a ceremony at the former Camp Walker heliport in Daegu on Dec. 10. A new modern library is planned at the site for the citizens of Nam-gu and Daegu. USAG Daegu is committed to making South Korea assignment of choice by developing close partnerships with community partners and providing support services and programs that enhance quality of life and make the installations a great place to live and work. (Photo Credit: Courtesy Photo) VIEW ORIGINAL
USAG Daegu Commander Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn joined Daegu City Mayor Kwon Young-jin, Nam-gu Mayor Cho, Jae Gu and dozens of local civic leaders outside of Camp Walker for a ceremony at the former Camp Walker heliport in Daegu on Dec. 10. A new modern library is planned at the site for the citizens of Nam-gu and Daegu. USAG Daegu is committed to making South Korea assignment of choice by developing close partnerships with community partners and providing support services and programs that enhance quality of life and make the installations a great place to live and work.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USAG Daegu Commander Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn joined Daegu City Mayor Kwon Young-jin, Nam-gu Mayor Cho, Jae Gu and dozens of local civic leaders outside of Camp Walker for a ceremony at the former Camp Walker heliport in Daegu on Dec. 10. A new modern library is planned at the site for the citizens of Nam-gu and Daegu. USAG Daegu is committed to making South Korea assignment of choice by developing close partnerships with community partners and providing support services and programs that enhance quality of life and make the installations a great place to live and work. (Photo Credit: Courtesy Photo) VIEW ORIGINAL
USAG Daegu Commander Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn joined Daegu City Mayor Kwon Young-jin, Nam-gu Mayor Cho, Jae Gu and dozens of local civic leaders outside of Camp Walker for a ceremony at the former Camp Walker heliport in Daegu on Dec. 10. A new modern library is planned at the site for the citizens of Nam-gu and Daegu. USAG Daegu is committed to making South Korea assignment of choice by developing close partnerships with community partners and providing support services and programs that enhance quality of life and make the installations a great place to live and work.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – USAG Daegu Commander Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn joined Daegu City Mayor Kwon Young-jin, Nam-gu Mayor Cho, Jae Gu and dozens of local civic leaders outside of Camp Walker for a ceremony at the former Camp Walker heliport in Daegu on Dec. 10. A new modern library is planned at the site for the citizens of Nam-gu and Daegu. USAG Daegu is committed to making South Korea assignment of choice by developing close partnerships with community partners and providing support services and programs that enhance quality of life and make the installations a great place to live and work. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL

CAMP WALKER, Republic of Korea — USAG Daegu Commander Col. Brian P. Schoellhorn joined Daegu City Mayor Kwon Young-jin, Nam-gu Mayor Cho, Jae Gu and dozens of local civic leaders for a ceremony at the former Camp Walker heliport in Daegu on Dec. 10. A new modern library is planned at the site for the 2.5 million citizens of Daegu. USAG Daegu is committed to making South Korea an assignment of choice by developing close partnerships with community partners and providing support services and programs for Soldiers, Families and Civilians that enhance quality of life and make the installations a great place to live and work.

USAG Daegu: Assignment of Choice "A great place to work and live."

USAG Daegu is committed to making South Korea an Assignment of Choice by developing close partnerships with community partners and providing support services and programs for Soldiers, Families and Civilians that enhance quality of life and make the installations a great place to live and work.