“Giving all I got. I ain’t never going to stop. Army changed my life…” Lyrics to the “Giving All I Got” U.S. Army Recruiter Anthem plays on as 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team “Bulldog”, 1st Armored Division (Rotational), 2nd Infantry Division/ROK-U.S. Combined Division, exceeds their retention expectations while forward deployed to the Republic of...
Second place isn’t bad, but for Sgt. Jeremy Kimbrough, information technology specialist, 2nd Infantry Division/Republic of Korea-U.S. Combined Division, coming in second at the 2ID/RUCD Best Warrior Competition at Camp Casey in March wasn’t good enough.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States and medical officials said early detection greatly increases survivability.
U.S. Army Sgt. Melleneze Sainnatus, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear noncomissioned officer, Eight Army Operations Company, Eighth Army, conducts an equipment layout for the mass personnel recovery training event, June 17, 2019, Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea.
Many traditional Korean restaurants specializing in vegetable and wild herb dishes were lined up along the path leading to the temple entrance. I thought I should try my luck by just walking into the first restaurant that caught my eye.
Soju is the most popular type of alcohol in South Korea. It is around 19% alcohol – very strong – and is a grain or potato-based vodka. It’s traditionally consumed straight with food, but also mixes into cocktails.
Makgeolli is Korea’s oldest folk liquor. The signature brew is a favorite among Koreans and foreigners for its clean and refreshing taste. Loved for generations and recently updated with the addition of bananas and honey, makgeolli is an iconic drink with appeal across age groups. Its place in Korean culture isn’t likely to change any time soon.