Outlined below are several resources that will prepare you for success as a member of the Eighth Army team.
We are America's premier trained and ready Army unit on the Korean Peninsula. The standards contained in the Bluebook are basic expectations that contribute to the discipline and uniformity expected of all Eighth Army Soldiers and leaders.
All Soldiers must be able to engage the critical-center-mass (Shoot), apply combat fitness focused "fire & movement" skills (Move), control enemy and friendly movement w/ weapons rates of fire (Communicate), and apply immediate trauma care with the IFAK (Medicate).
Eighth Army provides Equal Opportunity and fair treatment for Soldiers, and Family members without regard to race, color, gender, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation, and provides an environment free from unlawful discrimination and offensive behavior.
We all have a role in protecting the force. If you “See Something, Say Something”.
Cyberspace operations are critical to our nation and the Army mission. Securing cyberspace is a 24/7 responsibility for all members of the Eighth Army team.
The Inspector General serves as a member of the Commander’s personal staff providing advice and counsel on all IG matters pertaining to the state of the command’s economy, efficiency, discipline, morale, training and readiness.
To help maintain USFK personnel welfare and safety, the following areas and establishments within the ROK are off-limits. Service members found in an off-limits area or participating in a prohibited activity will be in violation of USFK Regulation.
Eighth Army maintains a "WORLD CLASS " safety program that protects the force and is perceived by its customers as essential to accomplishing daily missions; training; Armistice operations, and actual hostilities.
Sexual assault has no place in the Army. Allegations of sexual assault must be investigated promptly and impartially and resolved expeditiously.