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Camp Carroll is located on the south east portion of South Koreamarker, in Waegwanmarker, close to the city of Daegumarker. It is named after Sergeant First Class Charles F. Carroll, a posthumous recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross for his acts of heroism during the Korean War.

Camp Carroll is located at the outskirts of Waegwan. The surrounding area is comprised mainly of service businesses (e.g. dry cleaners, barber shops, Bars), and caters to an equally Americanmarker and Filipino crowd, as many of the soldiers are American and many of the women are Filipina. The city itself is a short bus ride from Daegu or Gumi.

Though small in size, Camp Carroll holds a population of approximately 3000. The population itself consists of military personnel, Department of the Army employees and contractors, as well as Korean Augmentation to the U.S. Army Soldiers (KATUSA). Warehouses and lots make up a large portion of the location, as one of its main functions is to house war reserve stocks.

A movie theater, Post Exchange (PX), commissary, swimming pool, bowling center, community center, Paint-ball range, and various other amenities can also be found at Camp Carroll.

The bus terminal nearest to the post can be accessed by the local 10 and 110 services, which originate in Gumi, and the 250 service, which terminates in Daegu. By rail, Waegwan Station can only be accessed by Mugunghwa (무궁화) rail service. 새마을 and KTX do not service this station.


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