Camp Eagle (H-401)
Camp Eagle (H-401), formerly known as R-401, was officially dedicated 3 July 1989. The camp was established through the cooperative efforts of both the Republic of Korea and the United States Governments. This was the first joint major project that both governments actively funded.
Camp Eagle was the most modern and newest installation within the Republic of Korea and supported 2 primary units: the 1st Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment and Company G, 2nd Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment. The 194th Maintenance Battalion provided direct support 1-6th Cavalry and OL-B Det 2, 607th Weather Squadron. Also tenants to the Camp were 520th Maintenance Company (MST), and civilian contractors with Lockheed Martin.
Camp Eagle was reorganized in June 1996 and became part of Area III with installation responsibilities belonging to the installation commander at Camp Long.
Camp Eagle Community facilities were mostly located at Camp Long, 7 miles away. Camp Eagle did have a Community Club, Fire Department, Dining facility, small Post Exchange, Gymnasium, ATM, Barber Shop, KATUSA Snack Bar, and Softball Field. Professional services provided to those assigned at Camp Eagle were: Chapel, Airfield Safety, and Airfield Operations.
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