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Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea

U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Korea Photo Gallery
CAMP MUJUK, Republic of Korea –U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea conducts a 5 Kilometer conditioning hike here, 18 Sept. The hike served as part of the MARFORK Warriors Day, which included readiness training, and a Warrior Barbeque. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by SSgt. Anthony Kirby/ Released)
Camp Humphreys, Republic of Korea—U.S. Marine Forces Korea greets entertainers dressed in traditional Korean attire at the Ministry of Patriots and Veteran Affairs service member appreciation dinner in Songtan, Sept 12. The MPVA hosted the dinner to recognize the significance of United Nations Command and U.S. Forces Korea service members in defense of the Republic of Korea
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Master Sgt. Justin M. Harding, G3 operations chief, and Staff Sgt. Michael J. Hoffman, G4 engineer, celebrate their birthday here, 6 Sept. The Marines of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea surprised Harding and Hoffman with the cake. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea –Sgt. Tyler Mullinix (left), G6 helpdesk NCO-in-charge, and Lance Cpl. Elijah Williamson (right), G3 force protection plans and execution clerk, receive a Certificate of Commendation after winning the Non-Commissioned Officer and Marine of the Quarter board, here, Aug. 17.  MARFORK recognized the Marines for their significant contributions to mission accomplishment while setting an excellent example for their peers to emulate. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (right), U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea commander, addresses Sgt. Tyler Mullinix (left), G6 helpdesk non-commissioned officer-in-charge, and Sgt. Bassey Ekon (center), G6 net administrator, after awarding them the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal here, Aug. 29. MARFORK recognized Mullinix and Ekon because of their direct contribution to the operational success of the command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt. John Parry/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea - Col. Timothy G.  Burton, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea deputy commander, answers questions for a Marine here, Aug. 27. The Belmont, Miss., native arrived at MARFORK with more than 25 years of experience, command at every level through Colonel, and every tactical and instructor qualification for the F-18A-D. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/ Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea -- Lt. Gen. Eric M. Smith, commanding general, III Marine Expeditionary Force, and the III MEF command team, visits Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann, commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, and the MARFORK command team, here Aug. 22. (Photo by Capt. John J. Parry)
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USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Maj. Gen. Scott McKean (left), commander of 2nd Infantry Division, Combined Republic of Korea, U.S. Division, and Maj. Elizabeth M. Hall (right),  U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea G3 Logistics Plans officer In charge, display her promotion warrant following her promotion ceremony here, Aug 6.  Hall, a native of Erie, Pa., previously served with U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Command, Training and Education Command, and deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
Col. Timothy Burton, Deputy Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea.
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea - Sgt. Barry Smith, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea G6 Help Desk, and his peers listen to Smith’s leadership speak about his contributions to the command at his promotion ceremony here, August 1. Smith promoted to the rank of sergeant, considered as a major milestone in a Marine’s career and the backbone of the service. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
USAG YONGSAN GARRISON, SEOUL – A U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea team prepares to run the Seoul Night Run here, July 14. The Seoul Night Run included a 5k, 10k, and half marathon road race. (Courtesy photos/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Lt. Gen. Jun, Jin Goo (center-left), commandant of the Republic of Korea Marine Corps, and Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Hermesmann (center-right), commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, along with principal staff from both services raise a fist together here, July 24. Jun visited MARFORK to talk to Marines and strengthen the alliance between the ROK Marine Corps and U.S. Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
USAG CAMP HUMPHREYS, Korea – Sgt. Maj. Anthony A. Spadaro (center), U.S. Pacific Command senior enlisted leader, with Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, after speaking with them about the current environment on the peninsula here, July 12. Spadaro spent the day at MARFORK motivating the Marines and talking about his experiences as a leader in the Asian Pacific as well as his thoughts on the current climate. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Nathaniel Hanscom/Released)
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)