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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."
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
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.
In an unusual step, US Forces Korea permits protests on bases
U.S. service members are exercising their rights as citizens to free speech and assembly on military bases with the approval of Army Gen. Robert B. "Abe" Abrams, commander of U.S. Forces Korea, and other base commanders
Top Army general in Korea issues ban on Confederate flag
"Regardless of perspective, one thing is clear: it has the power to inflame feelings of racial division. We cannot have that division among us."
The first US service member to test positive for COVID-19 has recovered
The soldier spent 49 days in isolation
They were born premature in South Korea. In the midst of a pandemic, a joint military effort got them back to the US
Talk about some much-needed good news.
How US Forces Korea is beating the hell out of the coronavirus
“We’ve approached it similarly to how we operate in combat.”
A contractor who tested positive for the coronavirus lied about his health to access a US military base
A contractor who tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) lied about his health and continued working construction at Camp Walker, a U.S. military base in South Korea, while sick
The wife of the first service member to test positive for coronavirus is also infected
There are over 3,000 reported cases of infection in South Korea.
US troops in South Korea are facing quarantine over the Wuhan coronavirus
The U.S. military has ordered a mandatory quarantine for any service members based in Korea how have visited China in the last two weeks as Wuhan coronavirus continues to spread across the globe
US troops are still ready to ‘fight tonight’ against North Korea despite canceled exercises, general says
U.S. troops are still ready to "fight tonight" against North Korea despite the indefinite suspension of major military training exercises on the Korean peninsula, Pentagon officials said Tuesday
US troops in South Korea are getting another 90 days without a curfew — unless their unit screws up
U.S. Forces Korea announced this week that the curfew would be suspended through Dec. 17. Don't do anything stupid
The curfew for troops in South Korea has been temporarily suspended – don’t do anything stupid
The suspension will be evaluated after 90 days, and if troops have behaved it could become permanent.
Who’s The Jerk Who Hit US Troops In South Korea With A Fake Evac Order?
U.S. military personnel and their families were directed to to evacuate South Korea last week in what turned out to...