Navy Club going strong now, but closes in May

by Commander, Naval Forces Korea Public Affairs

Seoul, Republic of Korea (Jan 23, 2015) The Navy Club at USAG Yongsan will remain open for business until its official closure slated for May 1, 2015.

The Navy Club facility, which is operated by U.S. Navy, is being closed due to the planned relocation of the U.S. Naval Forces Korea headquarters to Busan in July 2015 and the subsequent relocation of other Navy personnel to Camp Humphreys in future years.

Despite the planned closure, Navy Club management is encouraging customers to continue to patronize the facility until it officially closes.

“We want our customers to know we will remain open for business until May 1 and there is still time to come out and enjoy a meal at the Navy Club,” said Randy Quimby, Navy Club manager. “We will continue to offer patrons the same quality food and service until we close the facility.”

A longtime favorite of service members and their families, the Navy Club has served generations of military personnel at Yongsan Garrison.

“We thank all Navy Club employees for their many years of dedicated service to U.S. military personnel serving here in Korea,” said Don Henderson, Executive Director for U.S. Navy Region Korea. “We remain committed to supporting our Navy Club staff with transition assistance as we make preparations to close the facility.”

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