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Battalion command team in Korea suspended amid investigations of racism
"We have ZERO TOLERANCE for this in our formations and communities."
Watch US Marines crush South Korean troops in an international military dance-off
There's nothing long with shaking a little booty in the complicated world of international diplomacy.
US Forces Korea apologizes for ‘poor judgment’ after troops attend maskless dance parties on base
"These recent activities ... do not reflect USFK's commitment to mitigating the spread of COVID-19."
The Army’s ‘complete failure’ led to this private’s suicide after she was sexually assaulted, parents say
"The Army can deploy thousands and thousands of troops during a war situation within 24 hours .... And they can't expedite our daughter off a base after two sexual assaults?"
Marine lieutenant colonel goes unpunished after stealing hundreds of dollars in merchandise from the PX
Lt. Col. Samuel K. Lee, 47, was convicted of larceny on Sept. 11 at Camp Foster, Japan.
US military suspends some training in South Korea after armored personnel carrier crash kills 4 civilians
The U.S. military command in South Korea said on Monday it would suspend training at a range after four South Korean civilians were killed in a crash with an armored vehicle late on Sunday
Army moves to kick out 3 unit leaders after deadly Bradley accident in South Korea
The Army's 1st Cavalry Division has ordered changes to its driver training program and is kicking two company-level officers and a staff sergeant out of the Army as the result of an investigation into a deadly Bradley fighting vehicle accident in Korea last year
Kim Jong Un’s sister is North Korea’s ‘de facto second-in-command,’ South Korean lawmaker says
South Korea's intelligence agency believes that Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, is serving as his "de facto second-in-command" but has not necessarily been designated his successor, a South Korean lawmaker said on Thursday
US Forces Korea raises health protection level again after spike in COVID-19 cases
Over the last several weeks, dozens of people affiliated with USFK have tested positive for COVID-19 after arriving in South Korea
In East Asia, scars of WWII still raw 75 years after V-J day
"Let history be a warning for the future, and show that we are prepared to fight."
South Korea, US to hold smaller military drills due to coronavirus
The program involves thousands of soldiers from both sides, though it is largely focused on computerized simulations rather than live field training.
Airman who died after being found unresponsive at Kunsan Air Base identified
'The love, care and friendship he offered those around him are irreplaceable, and we’ll never forget his friendly, welcoming smile.'
Kunsan Air Base airman dies after being found unresponsive in dorm room
The airman was found at around 8:50 a.m. on Monday and was declared dead 20 minutes later
‘It was totally like a foreign country’: South Koreans angered by US troops firing fireworks and brawling on the street
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Business Insider. Americans living in South Korea celebrated the United States' independence by...
US returns remains of 147 soldiers in largest-ever Korean War repatriation
"Our missing and unaccounted for service members are entitled to one certainty — that they will never be forgotten"
North Korea suspends military action plans against South Korea
North Korea has decided to suspend military action plans against South Korea, the official KCNA news agency reported on Wednesday, as a report suggested North Korean troops were taking down loudspeakers recently reinstalled at the fortified border
North Korea blows up liaison office with South Korea amid escalating tensions
North Korea blew up and destroyed an inter-Korean liaison office in its border city of Kaesong on Tuesday, South Korea said
North Korea threatens retaliation after defectors send rice, anti-North leaflets from South Korea
North Korean defectors in South Korea have been sending rice and anti-North Korea leaflets across the border.
North Korea cuts off contact with South Korea
After days of increasingly hostile rhetoric, North Korea on Tuesday said it was cutting off all communication with South Korea, renewing tensions after a lull during which both countries battled the threat of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Watch South Korean troops destroy Marines in an international military dance-off
Behold, international military alliances at their finest
Both Koreas violated 1953 armistice agreement in DMZ shooting, UN Command says
Cool. Cool cool cool.
South Korea to send 10,000 face masks to Navajo veterans to honor their service in the Korean War
"The government remembers those who made noble sacrifices to defend a strange country 70 years ago, and we hope they will proudly tell their posterity about the choice they made so many years ago"
South Korean official says reports that North Korea’s Kim Jong Un had surgery are false
"Our assessment is that (Kim) did not undergo surgery."
Pompeo says shots fired by North Korea across border with South Korea were ‘accidental’
"We think those are accidental. South Koreans did return fire. So far as we can tell, there was no loss of life on either side."