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U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea

 

U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea

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USAG Humphreys, Republic of Korea
Mission

U. S. Marine Corps Forces Korea (MARFORK) is the U. S. Marine Corps' service component for United States Forces Korea (USFK) and United Nations Command (UNC).  It commands all U. S. Marine forces assigned to USFK and UNC; advises USFK and UNC on the capabilities, support, and proper employment of Marine forces; and supports the defense of the Republic of Korea (ROK) by facilitating the rapid introduction of US Marine forces onto the Korean Peninsula in order to maintain stability in Northeast Asia.  Additionally, MARFORK is the US Marine Corps’ representative to the Commandant of the ROK Marine Corps.

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CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea -- Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea volunteer at a Toys for Tots stand here on Dec. 1. The Marines’ Toys for Tots program is an annual campaign held by U.S. Marine Corps Reserve around the holidays to help less fortunate children. The collected toys will be donated to local children’s hospitals and orphanages in Korea. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Lt. Gen. Stacy H. Clardy, Maj. Gen. Bradley S. James, Brig. Gen. William J. Bowers, and Col. Thomas D. Wood open the new expeditionary barracks by cutting a ribbon aboard Camp Mujuk, 28 October. These barracks are the newest addition aboard Camp Mujuk, and will be home to Marines training on the peninsula. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
U.S. Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Korea pose for a photo with the Commandant of the Republic of Korea Marine Corps, Lt. Gen. Lee, Seung-do before a field meet hosted by the ROK Marine Corps, October 23. The Marines competed in multiple games and competitions including soccer, dodge ball, a three legged race, and a 1200 meter relay race. The field meet enhanced the ROK-U.S. Alliance and strengthened the relationship between the two countries’ Marine Forces. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Parker Golz)
U.S. and Republic of Korea Marines celebrate during a field meet involving multiple games and competitions and an awards ceremony here, October 23. The Marines competed in multiple games and competitions including soccer, dodge ball, a three legged race, and a 1200 meter relay race. The field meet enhanced the ROK-U.S. Alliance and strengthened the relationship between the two countries’ Marine Forces. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Parker Golz)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea -- Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea volunteer at a Toys for Tots stand here on Dec. 1. The Marines’ Toys for Tots program is an annual campaign held by U.S. Marine Corps Reserve around the holidays to help less fortunate children. The collected toys will be donated to local children’s hospitals and orphanages in Korea. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
U.S. and Republic of Korea veterans attend the Changjin Campaign Commemoration Ceremony in Seoul Sept. 27. They were honored for their sacrifice and commitment to duty during the Changjin Campaign. The annual commemoration brings together U.S. and Korean veterans to remember and honor the heroes of the Changjin Campaign. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Parker Golz)
BARAN, Republic of Korea – U.S. and Republic of Korea Marines shake hands after a soccer match here, October 23. The Marines competed in multiple games and competitions including soccer, dodge ball, a three legged race, and a 1200 meter relay race. The field meet enhanced the ROK-U.S. Alliance and strengthened the relationship between the two countries’ Marine Forces. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Parker Golz)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea -- Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea volunteer at a Toys for Tots stand here on Dec. 1. The Marines’ Toys for Tots program is an annual campaign held by U.S. Marine Corps Reserve around the holidays to help less fortunate children. The collected toys will be donated to local children’s hospitals and orphanages in Korea. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
U.S. and Republic of Korea Marines compete in a 1200 meter relay race at a field meet here, October 23. The Marines competed in multiple games and competitions including soccer, dodge ball, a three legged race, and a 1200 meter relay race. The field meet enhanced the ROK-U.S. Alliance and strengthened the relationship between the two countries’ Marine Forces. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Parker Golz)
U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Bradley James and Republic of Korea Marine Corps Commandant Lt. Gen. Lee Seung-do, attend the Changjin Campaign Commemoration Ceremony in Seoul, Sept. 27. Both Generals spoke about the significance of the Changjin Campaign and its impact on the relationship between the two nations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Parker Golz)
U.S. and Korean veterans of the Korean War attend the Changjin Campaign Commemoration Ceremony in Seoul, Sep 27. The annual Commemoration marks the 69th anniversary of the Battle of Chosin Reservoir and brings together U.S. and Korean veterans to remember and honor the heroes of the Changjin Campaign. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Parker Golz)
U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea (MARFORK) honors Captain Ko Hyun Jong for serving as the Republic of Korea Marine Corps Liaison Officer to MARFORK Aug. 26. Capt. Ko plays a critical role in assisting MARFORK during operations by serving as a vital link between two staffs from two separate nations. Liaison Officers from both the U.S. Marine Corps and ROK Marine Corps continue the tradition of brotherhood between the two services and build upon the ROK-US Alliance that has stood for over 70 years. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Paker Golz)
U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea (MARFORK) honors Captain Ko Hyun Jong for serving as the Republic of Korea Marine Corps Liaison Officer to MARFORK Aug. 26. Capt. Ko plays a critical role in assisting MARFORK during operations by serving as a vital link between two staffs from two separate nations. Liaison Officers from both the U.S. Marine Corps and ROK Marine Corps continue the tradition of brotherhood between the two services and build upon the ROK-US Alliance that has stood for over 70 years. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Paker Golz)
Marine leadership with U.S. Marine Forces Korea and the Republic of Korea Marine Corps join in raising a fist of solidarity for the iron-clad alliance between the two nations and services. This was part of a visit to the 1st ROK Marine Division Headquarters by Maj. Gen. Bradley S. James, Commander of Marine Forces Korea. James’ visit was part of his first peninsula tour to build relationships between the two nations and services and strengthen the ROK-U.S. Alliance. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by SSgt. Mel Johnson)
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