Presentation on theme: "1 OCONUS Stationing Mr. Tom Milks, Director, DeCA Europe Mr. Keith Hagenbuch, Acting Director, DeCA West."— Presentation transcript:
1 OCONUS Stationing Mr. Tom Milks, Director, DeCA Europe Mr. Keith Hagenbuch, Acting Director, DeCA West
2 DeCA Europe Mr. Tom Milks, Director, DeCA Europe Mr. Tom Milks, Director, DeCA Europe
3 Europe Military Strength Unclassified In Round Numbers - April 2009 SOCEUR SOCEUR Stuttgart, Germany Stuttgart, Germany SOCEUR SOCEUR Stuttgart, Germany Stuttgart, Germany USAFE Ramstein, Germany USAFE USAREUR Heidelberg, Germany USAREUR USNAVEUR USNAVEUR Naples, Italy USNAVEUR USNAVEUR Naples, Italy MARFOREUR MARFOREUR Stuttgart, Germany MARFOREUR MARFOREUR Stuttgart, Germany USEUCOM USEUCOM Military Strength USAREUR43,000 USAFE30,600 NAVEUR4,800 MARFOREUR100 SOCEUR 1,700 USAFRICOM1,300 TOTAL81,500 Plus Reserve/NG (daily avg) c. 4,000 Military Strength USAREUR43,000 USAFE30,600 NAVEUR4,800 MARFOREUR100 SOCEUR 1,700 USAFRICOM1,300 TOTAL81,500 Plus Reserve/NG (daily avg) c. 4,000 USAFRICOM Stuttgart, Germany USAFRICOM SACEUR Mons, Belgium SACEUR
4 Commissaries By Services' Location 54.7% of our stores are on Army posts –Represents 47.6% of our sales 35.7% are on Air Force bases –Represents 42.6% in sales 9.6% are on Navy installations –Represents 9.8% in sales* *Includes sales to NEXMARTs
5 CY 2008 Ongoing transformation –During CY 4,280 Service members returned to CONUS 5 commissaries closed –Hanau, Darmstadt, Würzburg, Dexheim & Idar-Oberstein At 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 1,000 1 commissary scheduled to close –Neubrücke Commissary 3 rd Qtr FY09 St. Mawgan NEXMART closes
7 Two Replacement Stores Two Replacement Stores Livorno Commissary –Grand Opening set for Friday, 5 June 2009 Chiévres Commissary –BOD late summer –Grand Opening in the fall FY10
12 Mongolia Peoples Republic of China 3 rd Largest Economy Worlds Largest Military Regional Leadership Taiwan 15 th Largest Economy 13 th Largest Military Independence Japan 4 th Largest Economy Self-Defense Force Evolving Security Role South Korea 12 th Largest Economy 6 th Largest Military Reconciliation North Korea Failed Economy 5 th Largest Military Dominate Peninsula Russia 17 th Largest Economy 3 rd Largest Military Regional Influence Why it Matters Global Economy 1/4 of Worlds Population 1/4 of Worlds Population 1/4 of Worlds Economic Output 1/4 of Worlds Economic Output 24% of Worlds Trade 24% of Worlds Trade 5 of Worlds Largest Economies 5 of Worlds Largest Economies $500B in Trade Annually $500B in Trade Annually $160B in US Direct Investment $160B in US Direct Investment 25% of all of US Trade 25% of all of US Trade U.S. Presence in North East Asia
13 Korean Theater Transformation Korean Theater Transformation 2003 - 2009 Osan/Humphreys Busan Seoul Chinhae Daegu Han River Mu Juk Kunsan Casey Joint Training Facility 28,000 (+/-) Troops28,000 (+/-) Troops Consolidate 2 nd IDConsolidate 2 nd ID 70 US Bases/Camps/Sites70 US Bases/Camps/Sites 2002 Busan Mu Juk..... Osan/Humphreys Han River Seoul Kunsan Chinhae Daegu 37,500 Troops37,500 Troops 104 Us Bases/Camps/Sites104 Us Bases/Camps/Sites 2010 - 2017+ Yongsan Garrison RelocationYongsan Garrison Relocation 2 nd ID Relocation2 nd ID Relocation Two Enduring HubsTwo Enduring Hubs 47 US Bases/Camps/Sites47 US Bases/Camps/Sites PYEONGTAEK HUB Busan Seoul Chinhae Daegu HUB Han River Mu Juk Kunsan Joint Training Facility LEGEND Army Air Force Joint Headquarters Prepo Equipment Navy Marines Kwangju
14 South Korea Present South Korea Present Legend Commissary/CDC Locations Camp Casey Camp Stanley Camp Red Cloud Yongsan Store/CDC Hannam Village Camp Eagle Osan Store/CDC Camp Humphreys Kunsan Camp Carroll Taegu Store/CDC Chinhae
15 South Korea – FY 14 Projected South Korea – FY 14 Projected Legend Commissary/CDC Locations Future Commissary K - 16 Camp Eagle Osan Store/CDC Camp Humphreys Store/CDC Camp Carroll Taegu Store KunsanChinhae
16 USAG Humphreys Future Population USAG Humphreys Future Population DEMOGRAPHIC GROUPS August 08 Humphreys Population End-State Population (YRP/LPP) End-State Population (Tour Norm) US Military 3,40217,03617,552 US Civilians and Contractors 5744,2744,274 US Family Members 1,58015,13834,799 U.S. Totals 5,55636,44856,625 KATUSA4452,0012,001 Korean (ROK Military & Civilians) 3,0775,9885,988 Totals9,07844,43764,614 YRP/LPP – at 20% Command Sponsorship
17 ExistingHumphreys 1,210 acres USAG Humphreys Present LAND GRANTS ParcelSize 1205 Acres K110 Acres 22,013 Acres Total 2,013 Acres Main gate, early 60s.
18 USAG Humphreys Expansion Plan Main gate, early 60s.