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  1. DUTY IN KOREA DUTY IN KOREA

  2. OUR MISSION • Provide U.S. Naval leadership and expertise to Joint, Combined, and Naval commands • Manage Navy facilities/infrastructure in Korea • Assist USFK, C7F & ROKN with plans, policies, training • Prepare for sustainment of Naval forces ashore • Liaison in armistice and wartime to United States and Republic of Korea Naval Forces Afloat COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014

  3. CNFK ARMISTICE RESPONSIBILITIES For Commander US Forces Korea - Commander U.S. Naval Forces Korea For Commander SEVENTH Fleet - Commander Combat Coordinating Group Korea For Commander Combined Forces Command - Deputy Naval Component Commander (CINCROKFLT is Naval Component Command) For Commander US Pacific Fleet & Commander Naval Installations–Regional Commander For Commander United Nations Command - UN Command Naval Component Commander COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014

  4. US NAVY ORGANIZATIONDURING ARMISTICE SECDEF/CJCS PACOM COM UN CMD COM CFC USFK CDR COMB NAVAL COMPONENT CMD COMPACFLT US NAVAL FORCES KOREA DEPUTY COMB NAVALCC Navy Region Korea UN CMD NC CTG 71.8 CDR SEVENTH FLEET CDR Naval Installations COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014

  5. WHERE WE ARE • Combined/ Joint Mission on Korean Peninsula: • UNC/CFC/USFK Staffs: Seoul • CNFK: Seoul/ Chinhae/ Taegu/ Pohang • NSGD: Seoul • SUSLAK: Seoul • CFAC: Chinhae • MSC: Pusan • NAVCOMDET/ CNIC: Chinhae • USDAO: Seoul • JUSMAG-K: Seoul • SOCKOR: Seoul • 7th AF: Osan • JCISA: Seoul/ Taegu Seoul: 257 Yongsan Seoul K-16 Osan: 9 Osan AB Pohang: 6 Humphreys Yechon Kunsan AB Pohang Carroll Taegu: 4 Taegu Chinhae Pusan Kwangju AB Pusan: 4 Chinhae: 143 COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014

  6. KOREA IS AN ASSIGNMENT OF CHOICE! COLA: Equalizes purchasing power between members overseas and their CONUS-based counterparts *MARCH 2004 RATES TYPE 3 OVERSEAS DUTY COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014

  7. Other Financial Incentives: HDP (“SAVE” on LES) - $50/month Great liberty: Robust Navy MWR: Passport to Asia & Pacific: Thailand, Cambodia/ Guam/ Philippines/ China Professional comedians, rock bands, NFL cheerleaders Local USO/ MWR: Day/overnight excursions to cultural & recreational areas: parks, skiing, palaces & more Tour length: 1 yr or 2 yr Accompanied Unaccompanied KOREA IS AN ASSIGNMENT OF CHOICE! COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014

  8. ADVANCEMENT / SELECTION *CY 2003 RESULTS COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014

  9. HOME AWAY FROM HOME Excellent Base Facilities: 121 Hospital/ DoDDs/ PX & Commissary/ Dragon Hill Lodge/ Housing/ Fitness Facilities Off-post restaurants: World-renowned Korean Cuisine is not be missed! Outback Steakhouse/ TGIF/ KFC/ Dunkin’ Donuts/ Starbuck’s & more University/ college programs: Continued opportunity to work towards degree with added benefit of the time and facilities to support ultimate goal! COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014

  10. GOOD HOSTS & NEIGHBORS Sponsors for Hye-shim-won orphanage for over 30 years. Interaction and support to Mang-a-won blind community center. Provided disaster relief following Typhoon Maemi. Coordinates several community relations projects during ship visits such as rice harvesting and orphanage visits. COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014

  11. MODERN KOREA Modern conveniences: Train/ subway/ bus systems Modern airports are N.E. Asia hubs Robust cell phone and high-speed internet networks English friendly environment Housing: Improvements & new construction will make housing 2ND to none in theater OHA is an excellent alternative Shopping: Industry leading electronics Textiles, Pottery, Leather, Furniture Tailor-made suits and clothing COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014

  12. A SNAPSHOT OF WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT: “FANTASY IN KOREA” FROM KOREAN NATIONAL TOURISM ORGANIZATION COMNAVFORKOREA 7 March 2014