The holidays are behind us and it’s time once again to turn your attention to the yearly tradition unlike any other – Best of the Pacific voting season!
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The Navy plans sweeping changes to bridges and control systems on its ships to increase crew efficiency and help them avoid collisions like those that killed 17 sailors on the USS Fitzgerald and USS John S. McCain.
Moreno, an accomplished scholar and officer assigned to the 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command at Camp Henry, Daegu, Republic of Korea, wrote two manuscripts to complete the requirements for earning his Master’s Degree in Systems Engineering.
Across the Army, at all levels, leaders are urged to step up, model behaviors and attitudes that make a difference, ensure a safe reporting and response system, and make sure that they and their troops are fully trained and informed about sexual harrassment and sexual assault.
Soldiers stationed near the North Korean border helped fill more than 80 trash bags with debris Thursday as they worked with local organizations to clean up the Shincheon River in their host city of Dongducheon.
Two South Korean companies have agreed to plead guilty and pay about $127 million in a bid-rigging case involving fuel-supply contracts for U.S. military bases on the divided peninsula, the Justice Department said.
While all eyes were on the world’s stage, U.S. Air Force logisticians helped pave the way for the successful execution of the second U.S. and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea summit held in Hanoi, Vietnam, Feb. 27-28, 2019.
The Navy has enacted nearly all the changes recommended in two 2017 reports it ordered after two fatal collisions at sea involving U.S. warships, the vice chief of naval operations recently told Congress.
Driving around Korea you may notice the parking lots have many different colored spots with a variety of symbols. Is it okay for you to park in them? Here is a break down of who these spots are for and when it’s okay to use them:
Approximately 20 Soldiers with 2nd Infantry Division learned what it means to have a healthy mind, body, and soul while attending the Warrior Resilience Workshop on 25 Feb. at the Ready Resilient Performance Center.