Checking in From South Korea


Jan 9, 2010
Camp Casey, Korea
Howdy! I'm a Department of Defense Civilian stationed at Camp Casey, Korea, where I've been for the last 20 months. This is my fourth tour in Korea, though my first as a civilian.

I'm a diehard gun guy, and I belong to entirely too many Internet forums. I'm going to be laid up for a while after knee surgery this past Friday, so I'll probably be online frequently.

I'm a retired soldier, specializing in all things Armament. My passion was always small arms, though.

I'm having a tough time, being 8,000 miles away from my guns and other gear, but I reckon I'll survive! Home is currently Harford County, Maryland, though there's no guarantee the Army will send me back there when I leave Korea.

I'm a father and grandfather, and I can't wait to return t the States!
Welcome, glad to have you here. Thank you for your years of service. If I'm not mistaken isn't Korea like a deep freeze about this time of year? If so your not missing much...we're getting another one of those things the weatherman calls an Artic Blast and it's dropped wwwaaayyy's 24 degrees here where we keep company with the gators. Lots of good folks and info here. Enjoy.
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