In November 2005 Camp Colbern closed and preperations were made to transfer ownership of the facility to the Republic of Korea. Mention of this shift was made in US-ROK Land Partnership Plan in 2002, when the expected date of closure was 2008.
Camp Colbern was a small camp south of the capital, near K-16, an army airfield. Immediately prior to its closure Camp Colbern was home to the 304th Signal Battalion, 1st Signal Brigade. The Battalion's mission was to provide a combat-ready, forward-deployed tactical signal battalion in support of the United Nations Command, Combined Forces Command, USFK and Eighth U.S. Army commanders during the Korean War, the Armistice and still remain providing communications in Korea.
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With all the hundreds of thousands that have served in Korea since the 50s, I thought it would be nice to have a place to leave messages and comments for others that served in the same area or unit. You can post up messages, stories, pictures, or what ever you wish, to pass on to others. The below forum is set up for your use.
In 1981, I was also in A Company 304th Signal Bn at CRC.