Sometime between the beginning of 2007 and mid-2008, Camp Libby was closed and returned to the Republic of Korea. The Armed Forces Network - Korea mission was transfered to Camp Mu Juk, also located in Pohang.
Camp Libby was located in Pohang, Republic of Korea. It included a station of the American Forces Korea Network (AFKN), which was one of the few units with continuous service in the country since the Korean War. The American Forces Network is a 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week operation. With AM and FM Radio and Television (TV), AFKN brought news, information and entertainment programming from the United States. Much of the programming was fed by satellite from the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service Broadcast Center (AFRTS-BC) at March Air Force Base, California. In 2001 AFKN was renamed to Armed Forces Network - Korea (AFNK).
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