If US military forces do consolidate on Camp Humphreys in 2016 that means that it took a full 8 years of delays before the move was completed:
Scaparrotti also discussed the consolidation of most U.S. troops in the country to a location south of Seoul.
Initial troop movements to Camp Humphreys — the Pyeongtaek base that is the centerpiece of a massive relocation plan for USFK — have yet to begin, but should take place this year, he said.
Most forces will move in 2016, though the project faces slight delays.
“We’re on track, fundamentally,” he said. “We’re not exactly on the timeline, primarily because of construction, about a three months’ lag on that. But I think – I think we’ll be OK,” he said.
The relocation will see most troops stationed in and north of Seoul moved to hubs in Pyeongtaek and Daegu. After the relocation, the number of U.S. forces stationed in the Humphreys area will increase from 9,000 to about 24,000. About 2,700 command-sponsored families would be stationed in the area, he said. [Stars & Stripes]
You can read more of General Scaparrotti’s comments at the link. For those looking for a historical overview of the Camp Humphreys expansion to include the epic Braveheart style battles that took place to secure the land I recommend reading the below link:
What is amazing about the Camp Humphreys expansion is that the US government can decide to invade Iraq, occupy it, fight an insurgency, and then set up a security agreement with the new government to complete US withdrawal from the country in less time then it takes to withdraw troops from Yongsan Garrison.