“It's my job to ensure that the Medical Group has the medications, supplies and equipment they need to treat our Airmen. I also order, receive and store these supplies, making sure that all the providers have what they need, precisely when they need it."
Sgt. 1st Class Francisco Rodriguez, the NCOIC of the Visual Information Support Center at Camp Casey, South Korea, works at his desk May 29, 2018, before a lunchtime workout he often conducts alongside his Soldiers.
Did you hear the news? On Nov. 2, various artifacts and armor in perfect condition dating back to the 4th century, were excavated at a construction site in Gangneung, Korea. Although this was a great find, this is a common occurrence in Korea.
Any Korean, who has memories of going to a street market with their mom or with friends after school, would remember the Korean tongasu in the 1980s or 1990s. Japanese pork cutlet is so common in Korea these days that it is not easy to find the old Korean-style tongasu. The sauce is somewhat unique and the humble soup is unforgettable.