Bull's Eye No. 2
Bull's Eye No. 2 (also written Bullseye 02) was a small facility associated with Camp Red Cloud. The facility consisted of no buildings on 1,391 acres of land. These numbers were provided in the Department of Defense Base Structure Baseline Report for FY08, and comparison with other numbers, name, and association with Camp Red Cloud suggest that it is a training range.
Bull's Eye No. 2 was one of the 42 camps north of Seoul authorized Hardship Duty Pay of $150 per month as of 1 January 2001. The Hardship Duty Pay is paid to troops who are permanently assigned to areas where it is authorized or who serve 30 consecutive days of temporary duty in those areas. Several factors are considered in determining whether a location qualified for the pay: climate, physical and social isolation, sanitation, disease, medical facilities, housing, food, recreational and community facilities, political violence, harassment and crime. The extra pay provides meaningful financial recognition to troops assigned in areas where living conditions are substantially below US standards.
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