3 Europe Military Strength In Round Numbers - April 2009UnclassifiedSOCEURStuttgart, GermanyUSAFERamstein, GermanyUSAREURHeidelberg, GermanyUSNAVEURNaples, ItalyMARFOREURUSEUCOMMilitary StrengthUSAREUR 43,000USAFE 30,600NAVEUR 4,800MARFOREUR 100SOCEUR ,700USAFRICOM 1,300TOTAL 81,500PlusReserve/NG (daily avg) c. 4,000USAFRICOMSACEURMons, Belgium
4 Commissaries By Services' Location 54.7% of our stores are on Army postsRepresents 47.6% of our sales35.7% are on Air Force basesRepresents 42.6% in sales9.6% are on Navy installationsRepresents 9.8% in sales**Includes sales to NEXMARTs
5 CY 2008 Ongoing transformation 5 commissaries closed During CY 4,280 Service members returned to CONUS5 commissaries closedHanau, Darmstadt, Würzburg, Dexheim & Idar-ObersteinAt end of CY 14.3K Service members were deployed downrange
6 CY 2009 Negligible year for transformation Army on track to reduce strength by about 1,0001 commissary scheduled to closeNeubrücke Commissary 3rd Qtr FY09St. Mawgan NEXMART closes
7 Two Replacement Stores Livorno CommissaryGrand Opening set for Friday, 5 June 2009Chiévres CommissaryBOD late summerGrand Opening in the fall FY10
12 U.S. Presence in North East Asia MongoliaPeople’sRepublic of China3rd Largest EconomyWorld’s Largest MilitaryRegional LeadershipTaiwan15th Largest Economy13th Largest MilitaryIndependenceJapan4th Largest EconomySelf-Defense ForceEvolving Security RoleSouth Korea12th Largest Economy6th Largest MilitaryReconciliationNorth KoreaFailed Economy5th Largest MilitaryDominate PeninsulaRussia17th Largest Economy3rd Largest MilitaryRegional InfluenceWhy it MattersGlobal Economy1/4 of World’s Population1/4 of World’s Economic Output24% of World’s Trade5 of World’s Largest Economies$500B in Trade Annually$160B in US Direct Investment25% of all of US Trade
13 Korean Theater Transformation 200237,500 Troops104 Us Bases/Camps/Sites28,000 (+/-) TroopsConsolidate 2nd ID70 US Bases/Camps/SitesYongsan Garrison Relocation2nd ID RelocationTwo Enduring Hubs47 US Bases/Camps/SitesJoint Training FacilityJoint Training Facility.Casey.Han River.Han RiverHan RiverSeoul.Seoul.SeoulPYEONGTAEK HUBOsan/HumphreysOsan/HumphreysMu JukMu JukDaegu HUBDaeguMu JukKunsanDaeguKunsanKunsanBusanKwangjuBusanChinhaeKwangjuChinhaeKwangjuBusanChinhaeLEGENDArmyAir ForceJoint HeadquartersPrepo EquipmentNavyMarines
14 Commissary/CDC Locations South Korea PresentCamp CaseyCamp StanleyCamp Red CloudYongsan Store/CDCHannam VillageCamp EagleOsan Store/CDCCamp HumphreysKunsanCamp CarrollTaegu Store/CDCChinhaeLegendCommissary/CDC Locations
15 South Korea – FY 14 Projected Camp EagleOsan Store/CDCCamp Humphreys Store/CDCCamp CarrollTaegu StoreKunsanChinhaeLegendCommissary/CDC LocationsFuture Commissary
16 USAG Humphreys Future Population DEMOGRAPHIC GROUPSAugust 08 Humphreys’ PopulationEnd-State Population (YRP/LPP)End-State Population (Tour Norm)US Military3,40217,03617,552US Civilians and Contractors5744,274US Family Members1,58015,13834,799U.S. Totals5,55636,44856,625KATUSA4452,001Korean (ROK Military & Civilians)3,0775,988Totals9,07844,43764,614YRP/LPP – at 20% Command Sponsorship
17 USAG Humphreys Present LAND GRANTSParcelSize1205 AcresK110 Acres22,013 AcresTotal 2,013 AcresExistingHumphreys1,210 acresMain gate, early 60’s.
18 USAG Humphreys Expansion Plan Main gate, early 60’s.