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CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Sgt. Barry B. Smith, G6 systems administrator, receives the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal and a Certificate of Appreciation from Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea commander, here, Jan. 16. Smith received the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his contribution to the unit’s mission accomplishment during his time here and the Certificate of Appreciation for four years of faithful service to the Marine Corps. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea –Gunnery Sgt. Jerry Pershin (center), U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea G-3 spectrum manager, receives his promotion warrant from Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (left), MARFORK commander, Jan. 11.  Pershin asked Lt. Col. Cedric Lee (right), MARFORK G-6 assistant chief of staff, to pin on his new rank, which he earned after more than 13 years of faithful service. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/released)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea commander, presents Capt. Jaewon Choi, Republic of Korea Marine Corps liaison officer to the U.S. Marine Corps, a token of appreciation for his work with MARFORK here, Jan. 8. Choi’s job at MARFORK was a vital link between the unit and the R.O.K. Marine corps and served to strengthen the alliance between the services and countries alike. (Official U.S. Marine corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea –Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea commander, promotes Col. Scott M. Koltick, MARFORK assistant chief of staff G-3, to his current rank here, Jan. 7. Koltick promoted to the rank of colonel after more than 24 years of faithful service. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea - Gunnery Sgt. Hung Tran, G1 Administration Chief, Gunnery Sgt. Christopher Keller, MARFORK Personal Security Detail, and Gunnery Sgt. Tiffany Freeman, G1 Personnel Chief, deliver toys to the Sinasong Orphanage in Pyeongtaek, Republic of Korea, Dec. 22. U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea collected several thousand toys throughout the 2018 holiday season and delivered them to thirteen orphanages in Seoul and Pyeongtaek.(Courtesy photo by GySgt. Hung Tran)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Sgt. Michael Parent, G2 Systems Chief, and Cpl. Cecilia Santuario, G1 Administration Clerk, collect toys during the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea Toys for Tots effort here, Dec. 22.  MARFORK collected several thousand toys throughout the 2018 holiday season and delivered them to thirteen orphanages in Seoul and Pyeongtaek.
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, judges the “Ugly Sweater” Competition during the MARFORK Holiday Party here, Dec. 21.  Marines and families used the Pacific Victors Chapel for the holiday party to celebrate the command’s accomplishments, strengthen relationships within the command, and share their common fellowship with each other
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, awards the Chesty-K, the official mascot of MARFORK, to Maj. Benjamin P. Neff, G6 deputy officer-in-charge, as well as his COMMSOX team comprised of all G6 Marines during the MARFORK Holiday Party here, Dec. 21. The MARFORK Marines compete for the right to custody of Chesty-K at unit events.  Marines and families used the Pacific Victors Chapel for the holiday party to celebrate the command’s accomplishments, strengthen relationships within the command, and share their common fellowship with each other.
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, awards Gabe Neagle more than 1,300 pieces of candy after he came closest among nearly one hundred entries to guessing the correct count in the jar during the MARFORK Holiday Party here, Dec. 21.  Marines and families used the Pacific Victors Chapel for the holiday party to celebrate the command’s accomplishments, strengthen relationships within the command, and share their common fellowship with each other.
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, judges the “Ugly Sweater” Competition during the MARFORK Holiday Party here, Dec. 21.  Marines and families used the Pacific Victors Chapel for the holiday party to celebrate the command’s accomplishments, strengthen relationships within the command, and share their common fellowship with each other.
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, judges the “Ugly Sweater” Competition during the MARFORK Holiday Party here, Dec. 21.  Marines and families used the Pacific Victors Chapel for the holiday party to celebrate the command’s accomplishments, strengthen relationships within the command, and share their common fellowship with each other.
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, judges the “Ugly Sweater” Competition during the MARFORK Holiday Party here, Dec. 21.  Marines and families used the Pacific Victors Chapel for the holiday party to celebrate the command’s accomplishments, strengthen relationships within the command, and share their common fellowship with each other.
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, judges the “Ugly Sweater” Competition during the MARFORK Holiday Party here, Dec. 21.  Marines and families used the Pacific Victors Chapel for the holiday party to celebrate the command’s accomplishments, strengthen relationships within the command, and share their common fellowship with each other.
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, judges the “Ugly Sweater” Competition during the MARFORK Holiday Party here, Dec. 21.  Marines and families used the Pacific Victors Chapel for the holiday party to celebrate the command’s accomplishments, strengthen relationships within the command, and share their common fellowship with each other.
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, judges the “Ugly Sweater” Competition during the MARFORK Holiday Party here, Dec. 21.  Marines and families used the Pacific Victors Chapel for the holiday party to celebrate the command’s accomplishments, strengthen relationships within the command, and share their common fellowship with each other.
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Sgt. Eric Cruz, G4 embarkation non-commissioned officer, receives the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal here, Dec. 19. Cruz received the medal for his role in displacing U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea from USAG Yongsan to Camp Humphrey, which included leadership within the team responsible for moving the command and maintaining accountability for millions of dollars’ worth of equipment. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Senior leaders of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific visited U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea here, Nov. 29. Sgt. Maj. Robert K. Williamson, sergeant major of MARFORPAC, and Command Master Chief Frank Dominguez, command master chief of MARFORPAC, answered questions the Marines had about topics pertaining to being on the Korean peninsula and their future. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Col. Sekou S. Karega, Camp Mujuk commanding officer, and 1st Sgt. Eric J. Thompson, Camp Mujuk senior enlisted advisor, visits Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea commander, and the MARFORK command team here, Nov. 29. Camp Mujuk is the only USMC installation in Korea.  Mujuk, meaning invincible, was the nickname earned by U.S. and R.O.K Marines who fought at Dosol Mountain during the Korean War. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, the USO, and Army MWR host the Camp Humphreys Chili Cook off in conjunction with the Army versus Navy & Marine Corps football game here, Dec. 1. The chili cook off was open to everyone on Camp Humphreys to participate and compete for various prizes.
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – The U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea flag football team participates in the Army versus the Navy & Marine Corps football game at Balboni Field here, Dec. 1. The Marines practiced every day for a total of 4 weeks in preparation for this highly anticipated game amidst the friendly inter-service rivalry.