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SEOUL – U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea celebrates the USMC 243rd birthday here, Nov. 9. MARFORK opened the Marine Corps’ birthday ball to its joint partners as well as its Republic of Korea military and civilian counterparts to share the history and tradition of the service. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
SEOUL – U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea celebrates the USMC 243rd birthday here, Nov. 9. Lt. Bart Sobczyk, MARFORK adjutant, read Gen. John A. Legeune's message as part of the birthday ball ceremony before the cake cutting. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
SEOUL – U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea celebrates the USMC 243rd birthday here, Nov. 9. Senior enlisted leaders of the Republic of Korea and U.S. Marine Corps and their spouses raised their fists in solidarity, showing the tight knit alliance between the two nations at the birthday ball hosted by MARFORK. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Lt. Col. William Deleal, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea G3 plans and policy officer, recites the oath of office during his promotion to his current rank here, Nov. 7. Deleal is responsible for operational planning for Marine forces in support of U.S. Forces Korea, Combined Forces Command, and United Nations Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
DOSOL MOUNTAIN, Republic of Korea – Sgt. Maj. Michael Saucedo (center right), sergeant major of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, with Sgt. Maj. Yang, Byung Jang (left), 1st R.O.K. Marine Division sergeant major, Sgt. Maj. Jeon, Jong Ik (center left), R.O.K. Marine Corps sergeant major, and Sgt. Maj. Lee, Hwai Woo (right), 2nd R.O.K. MARDIV sergeant major, hold hands in solidarity in front of the battle memorial of Dosol Mountain to symbolize the strength of our alliance here. Dosol Mountain is where U.S. and R.O.K. Marines who fought in the Korean War earned the nickname “Mujuk”, which means invincible. The U.S. Marine Corps base in Pohang, South Korea was named Camp Mujuk to reflect this honor bestowed on them by the people of the R.O.K. (courtesy photo/Released)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (right), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, awards Sgt. Nathaniel Hatfield, MARFORK G-4 embarkation specialist, a Good Conduct Medal here, Nov. 1. MARFORK awarded Hatfield the medal for demonstrating character expected of a Marine within the highest standards of Marine Corps ethos. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Kirby/Released)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (right), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, awards Gunnery Sgt. Roger Reyes, MARFORK G-4 ammunition chief, a Good Conduct Medal here, Nov. 1. MARFORK awarded Reyes the medal for demonstrating character expected of a Marine within the highest standards of Marine Corps ethos. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Kirby/Released)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Senior enlisted leaders from all branches of U.S. and Republic of Korea militaries muster during the Senior Enlisted Leader Symposium near the Northwest shore of Korea here, Oct. 22. The senior leaders engaged in formations near the demilitarized zone, visited historical Korean War sites, and discussed the history of the events that unfolded there. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Mark A. Kauffman/Released)
Gunnery Sgt. Tiffany A. Freeman, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea personnel chief, blows out candles during the command’s celebration of her birthday, here.  The Marines of MARFORK G-1 surprised Freeman with the birthday cake and the recognition of the entire staff. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt. John Parry/ Released)
Gunnery Sgt. Tiffany A. Freeman, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea personnel chief, blows out candles during the command’s celebration of her birthday, here.  The Marines of MARFORK G-1 surprised Freeman with the birthday cake and the recognition of the entire staff. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/ Released)
Brig. Gen. Dimitri Henry, director of intelligence at Headquarters Marine Corps, meets Col. Timothy Burton, deputy commander at U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, during his visit to the Korean peninsula here, Oct. 19.  Henry also spoke at an intelligence symposium hosted by MARFORK leadership during his visit to the command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
Republic of Korea (ROK) and U.S. Marines and civilian DVs salute during the 2018 Pohang Marine Corps Cultural Festival in Pohang, Republic of Korea, Oct. 20, 2018. The festival was held to display the capabilities of the ROK Marine Corps and celebrate the ROKMC. U.S. Marines from Camp Mujuk marched with the ROK Marines during the festival in order to display their partnership. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kyongcha Ha)
MARINE CORPS BASE BARAN, Republic of Korea – U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea and Republic of Korea Marines conduct a combined staff talk here, Oct. 22. MARFORK, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, III Marine Expeditionary Force leadership visited the ROK Marine Corps headquarters to speak with their counterparts in order to strengthen their relationships and foster mutual understanding. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE BARAN, Republic of Korea – U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea and Republic of Korea Marines conduct a combined staff talk here, Oct. 22.  MARFORK, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, III Marine Expeditionary Force leadership visited the ROK Marine Corps headquarters to speak with their counterparts in order to strengthen their relationships and foster mutual understanding. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Petty Officer 1st Class Ariel Swank, medical representative for U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, and MARFORK staff celebrate the U.S. Navy’s birthday here, Oct. 12. MARFORK held the ceremony to recognize the legacy of the navy for its sailors as well as shared naval tradition with Marines. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea Marines participate in a uniform pageant during the 68th commemoration of the amphibious landing at Inchon (Incheon - present accepted spelling) at the Korean Broadcasting Station hall in Incheon, Sept. 14.  MARFORK works with the Republic of Korea Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs via the U.S. Forces Korea Good Neighbor Program to honor the shared heritage of the U.S. and R.O.K.
Gen. Robert B. Neller, commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, awards the Legion of Merit to Lt. Gen. Jun, Jin Goo, commandant of the Republic of Korea Marine Corps, during Jun’s visit to Washington, Sept. 5.  The U.S. and R.O.K. Marine Corps are the two largest Marine services in the world and work together to support their nations’ “ironclad” alliance.
Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea commander (left), Maj. Gen. James W. Lukeman, U.S. Forces Korea J-5 Strategy (center-left), senior leaders from the Republic of Korea, and the honorable Harry Harris, U.S. ambassador to the R.O.K. (right), observe the commemoration for the 68th anniversary of the Battle of Chosin Reservoir in Seoul, Oct 10.  MARFORK works with the Republic of Korea Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs via the U.S. Forces Korea Good Neighbor Program to honor the shared heritage of the U.S. and R.O.K.
The Republic of Korea Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs commemorates the 68th anniversary of the liberation of Seoul by United Nations forces and U.S. Marines at the Seoul City Hall, Sept 29.  X Corps and the U.S. 1st Marine Division liberated Seoul and decisively changed the character of the Korean War with their landing at Inchon and subsequent liberation of the R.O.K. capital.
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – 1st Lt. Andrew Snyder, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea G-33 assistant current operations officer, holds up “Chesty-K,” the mascot of MARFORK, following the kickball tournament at its Family Day event here, Oct 4. The event drew Marine families from around the Korean peninsula to provide food, fun, and information in an inclusive environment.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Anthony Kirby/Released)