U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Korea Photo Gallery
Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, MajGen. Bradley S. James awards MSgt. Daniel Ahmed the Meritorious Service Medal for his outstanding performance while serving as the G-1 Chief for MARFORK, July 29, 2020. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Congratulations to Maj. James Oshaughnessy for being awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for his outstanding performance and selfless service to U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea. Maj. Oshaughnessy greatly improved the interoperability and relationship between the USMC and ROKMC in Korea from June 2019 to June 2020. Thank you, Sir, for all of your hard work and dedication to the MARFORK Team! (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
The Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, MajGen Bradley S. James, attended the 69th anniversary of the Dosol Mountain Victory Event, 19 June. U.S. and ROK Marines fought together during this battle in the Korean War and forged an enduring brotherhood that lasts to this day. After the battle, then President of the Republic of Korea, Syngman Rhee, bestowed the name "Mujuk" on the Marines, which means invincible. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Congratulations to LtCol. Matthew Crouch for being awarded the Meritorious Service Medal, for his outstanding performance as the Director of Operations for U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, 30 June 2020. Thank you, Sir, for all of your hard work and dedication to the MARFORK Team! (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Enlisted Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea participated in an enlisted-specific training day event on 26 June 2020. During the training, the Marines utilized the Engagement Skills Trainers aboard USAG Humphreys and got a hands-on Tactical Combat Casualty Care class in which they reviewed how to properly apply a tourniquet under stressful circumstances. The Marines also utilized simulated M240 Bravo machineguns while being taught weapon's functions and how to operate the crew served weapon. This training helps Marines maintain readiness and answer the call to Fight Tonight! (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Enlisted Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea participated in an enlisted-specific training day event on 26 June 2020. During the training, the Marines utilized the Engagement Skills Trainers aboard USAG Humphreys and got a hands-on Tactical Combat Casualty Care class in which they reviewed how to properly apply a tourniquet under stressful circumstances. The Marines also utilized simulated M240 Bravo machineguns while being taught weapon's functions and how to operate the crew served weapon. This training helps Marines maintain readiness and answer the call to Fight Tonight! (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Enlisted Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea participated in an enlisted-specific training day event on 26 June 2020. During the training, the Marines utilized the Engagement Skills Trainers aboard USAG Humphreys and got a hands-on Tactical Combat Casualty Care class in which they reviewed how to properly apply a tourniquet under stressful circumstances. The Marines also utilized simulated M240 Bravo machineguns while being taught weapon's functions and how to operate the crew served weapon. This training helps Marines maintain readiness and answer the call to Fight Tonight! (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
The Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, MajGen Bradley S. James, attended the 69th anniversary of the Dosol Mountain Victory Event, 19 June. U.S. and ROK Marines fought together during this battle in the Korean War and forged an enduring brotherhood that lasts to this day. After the battle, then President of the Republic of Korea, Syngman Rhee, bestowed the name "Mujuk" on the Marines, which means invincible. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Enlisted Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea participated in an enlisted-specific training day event on 26 June 2020. During the training, the Marines utilized the Engagement Skills Trainers aboard USAG Humphreys and got a hands-on Tactical Combat Casualty Care class in which they reviewed how to properly apply a tourniquet under stressful circumstances. The Marines also utilized simulated M240 Bravo machineguns while being taught weapon's functions and how to operate the crew served weapon. This training helps Marines maintain readiness and answer the call to Fight Tonight! (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
The Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, MajGen Bradley S. James, attended the 69th anniversary of the Dosol Mountain Victory Event, 19 June. U.S. and ROK Marines fought together during this battle in the Korean War and forged an enduring brotherhood that lasts to this day. After the battle, then President of the Republic of Korea, Syngman Rhee, bestowed the name "Mujuk" on the Marines, which means invincible. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
The Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, MajGen Bradley S. James, awards Capt JaeWon Choi, former liason officer (LNO) for the ROK Marine Corps to MARFORK, the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal at the MARFORK Headquarters on 24 June 2020. Capt Choi was awarded for his outstanding service to the U.S. Marine Corps and MARFORK, making noticeably positive impacts to the command's mission from 2017 to 2019. The LNO position personifies the relationship existing between U.S. and ROK Marines that is founded on trust and mutual respect (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Congratulations to Sgt Adrian Hogan on becoming a Sergeant of Marines! Sgt Hogan’s dedication and resiliency reflects the depth of his character and exemplifies what it means to be a Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps. Semper Fi Marine! (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Congratulations to Sgt Adrian Hogan on becoming a Sergeant of Marines! Sgt Hogan’s dedication and resiliency reflects the depth of his character and exemplifies what it means to be a Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps. Semper Fi Marine! (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
The Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea, MajGen Bradley S. James, attended the 69th anniversary of the Dosol Mountain Victory Event, 19 June. U.S. and ROK Marines fought together during this battle in the Korean War and forged an enduring brotherhood that lasts to this day. After the battle, then President of the Republic of Korea, Syngman Rhee, bestowed the name "Mujuk" on the Marines, which means invincible. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea were invited to train alongside the 557th Military Police Company here on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, May 14. The joint training allowed the Marines and Soldiers to practice their marksmanship and maintain their overall readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea were invited to train alongside the 557th Military Police Company here on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, May 14. The joint training allowed the Marines and Soldiers to practice their marksmanship and maintain their overall readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea were invited to train alongside the 557th Military Police Company here on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, May 14. The joint training allowed the Marines and Soldiers to practice their marksmanship and maintain their overall readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea were invited to train alongside the 557th Military Police Company here on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, May 14. The joint training allowed the Marines and Soldiers to practice their marksmanship and maintain their overall readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea were invited to train alongside the 557th Military Police Company here on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, May 14. The joint training allowed the Marines and Soldiers to practice their marksmanship and maintain their overall readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Korea were invited to train alongside the 557th Military Police Company here on Camp Humphreys, South Korea, May 14. The joint training allowed the Marines and Soldiers to practice their marksmanship and maintain their overall readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Parker R. Golz)
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