Daegu Base

Type   Airfield, Army Base
Historical Name of Location   Daegu, Gyeongsangbuk, Korea

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ww2dbaseThe Japanese Army base at Daegu (alternate Romanization: Taegu), Korea was established in 1921, and it was later expanded to include an airfield. After WW2, in 1950 the US military established K-37 utilizing the same site, and in the following year it was renamed Camp Walker after General Walton Walker. Today the airfield remains in use as a US Army helicopter facility.

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Last Major Update: Sep 2014






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WW2-Era Place Name Daegu, Gyeongsangbuk, Korea
Lat/Long 35.8364, 128.5903


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