U.S. Marines and Sailors, together with Republic of Korea Marines, conduct trainings in South Korea. U.S. and ROK Marine forces are undergoing the Korean Marine Exchange Program 17-11, in order to increase interoperability and combined capabilities of the ROK and U.S. Marine Corps forces.
U.S. Marines and Republic of Korea Marines conduct Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain (MOUT) training at Training Area Sheep Seven, South Korea.
The Marines conduct a live fire company attack on a mock enemy positions at Camp Rodriguez, South Korea. While bounding through different types of terrain, the marines were able to use small unit leadership and teamwork to communicate, maneuver, and tactfully overcome their objective.
The Marines use a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook Helicopter to conduct Helicopter Support Team Operations (HST) at Training Area Sheep Seven, South Korea. HST Operations are used to transport vehicles, equipment or gear from one place to another using a helicopter.
The Marines practice evacuating casualties aboard a U.S. Army UH-60L Blackhawk at Twin Bridges Training Area, South Korea. Marines and Sailors practice medivac drills with their South Korean counterparts to familiarize moving casualties aboard a helicopter.
The U.S. Marines are with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, forward deployed to the 3rd Marine Division, as part of the forward Unit Deployed Program.