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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Korea Photo Gallery
BARAN-RI, South Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (right), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, and Lt. Gen. Jun, Jin Goo, commandant of the Republic of Korea Marine Corps, speak to their staff here, July 3. The ROKMC and UMSC signed an agreement that strengthened their services’ relationship and interoperability. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Kirby/Released)
USAG YONGSAN, Korea – The Honorable Richard V. Spencer, Secretary of the Navy, speaks to U.S. Navy and Marine Corps personnel here, July 13. Spencer provided insight into current and future policy for the naval services. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Retired U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Mark Monahan, professor of history at University of Maryland University College, teaches U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea about the history and culture of the Republic of Korea, June 29.  Monahan first served in the Korean Army, followed by the U.S. Army, and retired from the U.S. Marine Corps.  (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Kirby/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (left), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, awards Lt. Col. Larry A. Bailey, MARFORK G3 Operations assistant chief of staff, a Meritorious Service Medal here, July 9.  Bailey, a native of Tenino, Wash., plans to retire from the Marine Corps after 24 years of service and teach high school physics in his hometown. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Kirby/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Gunnery Sgt. Ryan Gray (left), U.S. Forces Korea Operations staff non-commissioned officer in charge, receives a coin for outstanding performance from Gen. Vincent Brooks, commander of United Nations Command, USFK, and Combined Forces Command here, July 10.  Gray aggregated 90 foreign officers into the staff for training while serving as acting USFK sergeant major of Camp Walker for UNC and USFK. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by staff/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (left), U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea commander, awards Staff Sgt. Christopher A. Keller, protocol protective services driver staff non-commissioned officer in charge, a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for his outstanding performance at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar California, here, July 10. Keller was awarded for his contributions as a criminal investigator with Criminal Investigation Division. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Cpl. Barry B. Smith, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea G6 help desk clerk, displays his Meritorious Mast received for superior performance while serving as a cyber network operator, June 26. The Sacramento, Calif., native played a critical role in the transportation and installation of unclassified and classified computer networks as well as assets during MARFORK’s move from Yongsan Army Garrison in Seoul to Camp Humphreys. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Kirby/Released)
U.S. ARMY GARRISON, YONGSAN – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (left), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, and Col. Sidney R. Welch, MARFORK G4 assistant chief of staff for logistics, admire Welch’s authorization to frock him to colonel here, June 6.  Welch was frocked to colonel under the authority of Headquarters Marine Corps and received a Meritorious Service Medal for superior performance after completion of his tour with the command. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt. John Parry/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Col. Sydney Welch, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea G4 assistant chief of staff for logistics, is awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for superior performance here, June 15. Welch improved the command’s ability to support Marine Corps forces in theater. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Command Sgt. Maj. Joo Sik Kim, Combined Forces Command, Ground Component Command sergeant major (left), presents a certificate of completion to Staff Sgt. Amanda D. Vincent, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea adjutant chief, during the U.S. Forces Korea Security Cooperation Leader Development Program graduation ceremony here, June 8. The program fostered understanding of U.S.-ROK support for security cooperation, combined capability development, and development of partner capacity. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Command Sgt. Maj. Joo Sik Kim, Combined Forces Command, Ground Component Command sergeant major (left), presents a certificate of completion to 1st Lt. Seakun Oh, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, U.S.-Republic of Korea combined capability development officer, during the U.S. Forces Korea Security Cooperation Leader Development Program graduation ceremony here, June 8.  The program fostered understanding of U.S.-ROK support for security cooperation, combined capability development, and development of partner capacity. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (left), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, awards Maj. Mark J. Rosenthal, the Marine Corps liaison to the Republic of Korea Marine Corps, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for meritorious performance in his duties here, June 13.  Rosenthal improved communication between U.S.-R.O.K. Marine forces and improved alliance posture for crisis and contingency operations.  (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/ Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (left), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, awards Capt. Thomas K. Seo, MARFORK assistant current operations officer, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for outstanding performance of duty during his time with the unit here, June 13. Seo served in a litany of billets while at MARFORK to include aide de camp, senior watch officer for operations, and his current billet. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/ Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (left), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, awards Lt. Col. Sam L. Roy, MARFORK G3 deputy assistant chief of staff for operations and current operations officer, the Meritorious Service Medal for his outstanding contributions to the unit here, June 13. Roy led the operations section through four major exercises and periods of heightened tension.  (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/ Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS – Petty Officer 1st Class Andre C. Cooper (left), head medical representative for MARFORK, and Master Sgt. Rene G. Navarro, G3 Operations chief, cut a birthday cake in celebration of the 120th Birthday of the U.S. Navy Hospital Corps.  Cooper thanked the command for taking the time to recognize the contributions of corpsmen to the service, and shared the cake with the Marines of the command. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (left), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, Petty Officer 1st Class Andre C. Cooper (center), head medical representative for MARFORK, and Master Sgt. Rene G. Navarro (right), G3 Operations chief, lead celebration for the 120th Birthday of the U.S. Navy Hospital Corps.  Cooper thanked the command for taking the time to recognize the contributions of corpsmen to the service, cut a birthday cake commemorating the event and shared it with the Marines of the command. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/released)
U.S. ARMY GARRISON YONGSAN – A table with inverted plate, lit candle, and Purple Heart Medal represents Marines who could not be present due to their personal sacrifice in the service of the United States at the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea “Dining Out” here, June 2.  MARFORK conducted the formal military dinner to build comradery, remember the sacrifices of those who came before them, and celebrate their military service together.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea staff /Released)
U.S. ARMY GARRISON YONGSAN – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (left), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, presents a gift to the evening’s Guest of Honor Maj. Gen. James W. Lukeman (right), assistant chief of staff of Plans and Policy at United Nations Command, Combined Forces Command, and U.S. Forces Korea, at the MARFORK “Dining Out” here, June 2.  MARFORK conducted the formal military dinner to build comradery, remember the sacrifices of those who came before them, and celebrate their military service together. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
U.S. ARMY GARRISON YONGSAN –U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea stands at the position of attention while waiting to toast the Marines and campaigns of past and present during the units “Dining Out” here, June 2.  MARFORK toasted Marines past and present from the continental Marines to those forward deployed in the nation’s defense. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea staff/Released)
U.S. ARMY GARRISON, YONGSAN – Sgt. Norma Azgomez (left), U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea G1 non-commissioned officer in charge, and Lance Cpl. Marcus A. Whited, MARFORK G6 help-desk clerk, salute after being recognized during a ceremony here, May 14. Both Marines received a Certificate of Commendation; Azgomez for being selected NCO of the Quarter, and Whited for being selected Marine of the Quarter. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Kirby/Released)