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Posted 8/17/2014

Release no. 14-041

U.S. ARMY GARRISON HUMPHREYS, South Korea - Patrons of the food court on U.S Army Garrison Humphreys are being greeted by a new visitor when they walk through the entryway of the facility. A 55 inch touch-screen television monitor is now on display with the latest information on construction progress at Humphreys.

“We want the Humphreys community to know what is happening with construction there,” said Jason Chudy, district public affairs officer. “The information we place on the kiosk will be updated daily through our social media sites as well as through photos, stories and videos.”

The kiosk will provide an interactive experience for users who can find out just about anything they want to know about the district, its mission and the projects they see every day on or near the installation. And they can do it with just the touch of a button.

“Eventually we hope to add time lapse construction video so people can see the speed of the work that is being done,” said Chudy. “We at the Far East District are proud of the work we are doing at Humphreys and want everyone to know that we're building the best possible facilities for them.”

The kiosk has already shown benefits as community members survey the latest information at their leisure. 

“I think it’s a good idea for the service members and their families to see what’s going on [with the construction]. We see it [everyday] but don't always know all the changes and this helps,” said Sgt. Robert Lyons, a Soldier at U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys.

The information displayed on the kiosk can also be accessed by visiting the district website at http://www.pof.usace.army.mil/.

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New kiosk on Humphreys keeps community informed on garrison's construction progress