Army Reserve Units in Korea - Info. Request

I might be wrong but not sure why we would have a reserve unit "stationed" in Korea. It is the US army reserve and Korea, North or South are not US territories. Maybe there is a deployed unit there or perhaps even an Active Reserve unit it but I doubt it. I will make some inquries though.
Ok to be honest that something am looking deep into because i must of missed something when i was stationed there? I dont remember being any Reserve Units that are permenant Party at Korea. There are training Sites for Reservest at korea! But not stationed there! i was at camp Casey with 210th Fires when it was 2ID Divarty! that was 06! So i dont think there is any reserve permanant party. If there is then let me know!
Here is some information.

National Guard, Reserve Soldiers sought for Korea

By Col. Marty Powers, U.S. Forces Korea Reserve Affairs


If you are in the National Guard or Army Reserve and are interested in a highly satisfying opportunity to serve, then come to South Korea.

All National Guard and Army Reserve Soldiers are invited to request an Active Duty for Operational Support or ADOS tour in Korea. These tours can vary in length from several weeks to a year.

There are many jobs open in the headquarters for 8th U.S. Army as well as U.S. Forces Korea.

These jobs are located in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. Jobs for all military occupational specialities and ranks (officer and enlisted) are available now.

Please contact us and let us know your interest so we can place you in a job that will challenge you and provide outstanding training opportunities.

If you are interested in a tour in South Korea, e-mail us at the following e-mail address:

Master Sgt. Anthony Garris at Anthony.r.garris@korea.army.mil or Col. Monty Powers at Monty.Powers@korea.army.mil
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Originally posted by Cienz:
Here is some information.

National Guard, Reserve Soldiers sought for Korea

By Col. Marty Powers, U.S. Forces Korea Reserve Affairs


If you are in the National Guard or Army Reserve and are interested in a highly satisfying opportunity to serve, then come to South Korea.

All National Guard and Army Reserve Soldiers are invited to request an Active Duty for Operational Support or ADOS tour in Korea. These tours can vary in length from several weeks to a year.

There are many jobs open in the headquarters for 8th U.S. Army as well as U.S. Forces Korea.

These jobs are located in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. Jobs for all military occupational specialities and ranks (officer and enlisted) are available now.

Please contact us and let us know your interest so we can place you in a job that will challenge you and provide outstanding training opportunities.

If you are interested in a tour in South Korea, e-mail us at the following e-mail address:

Master Sgt. Anthony Garris at Anthony.r.garris@korea.army.mil or Col. Monty Powers at Monty.Powers@korea.army.mil



I am interested in this. Is this still an option now?

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