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YONGSAN GARRISON, South Korea — Renovation work will temporarily close two of the most heavily used gates on Yongsan Garrison, according to military news release.

Gate 12 — the pedestrian-only entrance near the Army and Air Force Exchange Service gas station — will be closed from Friday to June 15.

And Gate 17, near the hospital, will be closed to all vehicle traffic for about four months beginning June 20. Authorized access-card holders still can use the pedestrian gate, but no visitors can be signed in there until the renovations are complete. Instead, visitors with automobiles must be signed in at Gate 20. Pedestrian visitors can use Gate 20 or Gate 10.

According to the release, the renovation work at Gate 17 will result in “expanded parking, three lanes of traffic and other improvements.”

Call DSN 738-7354 for more information.

Contracting offices plan daylong closureYONGSAN GARRISON, South Korea — USA Contracting Command Korea offices across the peninsula will close June 19 for an organizational day.

Call DSN 724-3370 for more information.

Camp Casey town hall meeting scheduledA town hall meeting will be held June 14 on Camp Casey.

The meeting begins at 2 p.m. in the Hanson gym.

Call DSN 732-8854 for more information.

F-16s deploying to Guam for 4 monthsEighteen F-16s are heading to Guam for a four-month deployment, according to a release from the Air Force’s 36th Operations Group public affairs office.

The Fighting Falcons and about 400 airmen from 27th Fighter Wing, 522nd Fighter Squadron at Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., were expected to arrive Wednesday at Andersen Air Force Base.

The release said the Air Force “routinely schedules and deploys” fighters in the Western Pacific “to maintain a credible deterrent posture and presence for the region and demonstrate a continued U.S. commitment to fulfilling security responsibilities.”

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