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Sergeant Curtis J. Ziegler, 188th Air Defense Artillery, along with many other National Guard troops called up to help with the Red River flood in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Sergeant Ziegler directs traffic on the corner of 32nd and Washington Streets. To the left are M998 High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle(s) (HMMWV)

US Coast Guard PETTY Officer First Class David Larkin, Port Security Unit 313, Tacoma, Washington, handles dock security in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000 in Pusan, Korea. The Coast Guard boats and personnel are used to protect high-value assets from small boat and swimmer attacks. Foal Eagle is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate US and South Korean military cooperation and is the US Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This years drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

Close-up of a hand on the trigger of an M-16A1 rifle. An Exercise Foal Eagle 2000 badge is visible in the background. Exercise Foal Eagle is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate US and South Korean military cooperation and is the US Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This years drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

Two US Coast Guard personnel, from Port Security Unit 313, Tacoma, Washington, power a Hurricane rubber boat during a bay and dock security drill exercise in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000 in Pusan, Korea. The Coast Guard boats and personnel are used to protect high-value assets from small boat and swimmer attacks. Foal Eagle is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate US and South Korean military cooperation and is the US Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This years drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

US Coast Guard Port Security Unit 313, Tacoma, Washington, team members power a 25-foot Boston Whaler, Transportable Port Security Boat, during a bay and dock security drill during Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000 in Pusan, Korea. The boats are used to protect high-value assets from small boat and swimmer attacks. Foal Eagle is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate US and South Korean military cooperation and is the US Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This years drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

Members of the Republic of Korea Forces (ROK) military, take a drink of water while in Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear on October 25th, 2000, in support of FOAL EAGLE 2000 exercise. ROK and U.S. Forces washed down Pier Eight to simulate the clean up of hazardous material during a decontamination drill. The drill was a part of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the United States and bases ...

US Army Major Todd R. Wolf, Battalion Officer, 837th Transportation Battalion, Pier 8, Pusan, Korea, posts overlays on a position chart as Republic of Korea Forces, (ROK), 3rd Fleet, and U. S. Soldiers from the 837th Transportation Battalion, also from Pusan, simulate the clean up of hazardous material on the pier during a decontamination drill on October 25th, 2000, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the the...

The Pusan Fire Department uses water to simulate the clean up of hazardous material on the pier during a decontamination drill on October 25th, 2000, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000, in Pusan, Korea. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

Korean national employees and U. S. soldiers from the 837th Transportation Battalion, Pusan, Korea, don thier gas masks, while wearing Mission-Oriented Protective Posture (MOPP-4) gear, on October 25th, 2000, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. The pier exercise was to simulate the clean up of hazardous material during a decontamination drill. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

Korean national employees and U. S. soldiers (Not shown) from the 837th Transportation Battalion, Pusan, Korea, cover vehicles and trucks during a decontamination drill at Pier #8, in Pusan, Korea, on October 25th, 2000, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

Korean national employees and U. S. soldiers from the 837th Transportation Battalion, Pusan, Korea, cover vehicles and trucks during a decontamination drill at Pier #8, Pusan, Korea, on October 25th, 2000, in support of exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

Republic of Korea Forces, (ROK), 3rd Fleet, and U.S. Soldiers from the 837th Transportation Battalion, Pusan, Korea, wash down Pier Eight to simulate the clean up of hazardous material during a decontamination drill on October 25th, 2000, in support of exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

The Pusan Fire Department uses water to simulate the clean up of hazardous material on the pier during a decontamination drill on October 25th, 2000, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

STAFF Sergeant Mi Won Matchett (Left), Republic of Korea Forces (ROK), talks with personnel from the 837th Transportation Battalion, Pusan, Korea, while in Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear on October 25th, 2000, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

A US Army member of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battallion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, takes part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Rob Rizya works on the Taegu Air Base, Korea, flightline while wearing Mission-Oriented Protective Posture response level 4 (MOPP-4) gear, following a simulated chemical attack during exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. TSGT Rizya is assigned to the 353rd Special Operations Group and is deployed to Taegu from Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command...

US Army members of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battalion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, take part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A US Army member of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battalion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, takes part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Several US Air Force members of the 353rd Special Operations Group aircraft maintainers, deployed to Taegu Air Base, Korea, from Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, take cover in a simulated bunker near their MC-130H Combat Talon II aircraft during exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000 on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

US Army members of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battalion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, take part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A US Army member of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battalion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, takes part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Siobhan Wallmow, 607th Combat Communications Squadron, Camp Humphries, South Korea, helps prep "victims" for a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000 on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

US Air Force Exercise Evaluation Team (EET) members recheck "plan of events" for the evening at Kunsan Air Base, South Korea, during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A US Army member of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battalion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, takes part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

US Army members of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battalion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, take part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Several US Air Force members of the 353rd Special Operations Group aircraft maintainers, deployed to Taegu Air Base, Korea, from Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, take cover in a simulated bunker near a USAF MH-53H Pave Low III helicopter during exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000 on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

US Army members of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battalion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, take part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

US Air Force Special Operations MH-53H Pave Low III helicopters from the 353rd Special Operations Group, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, are deployed to Taegu Air Base, Republic of Korea, for FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is held annually in South Korea to demonstrate U.S. and South Korean military cooperation and is the U.S. Militarys largest Joint-Service, Multi-National field training drill. This year's drill involves about 25,000 active duty, Reserve, and National Guard troops from the United States and bases throughout the Pacific Command

US Army members of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battalion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, take part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

US Army members of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battalion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, take part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

US Army members of the 52nd Medical Evacuation Battalion, Camp Humphries, South Korea, take part in a medical evacuation exercise during FOAL EAGLE 2000, on October 26th, 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest joint and combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

US Navy Photographer's Mate 2nd Class David Gallant, Pacific Fleet Combat Camera Group, San Diego, California, videotapes the combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

US Navy Photographer's Mate 2nd Class David Gallant, Pacific Fleet Combat Camera Group, San Diego, California, videotapes the combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Republic of Korea Marines aboard a US made AAV7A1 Amphibious Assault Vehical rush the beach at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A US Made UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter belonging to the Republic of Korea Forces comes in for a landing with Lieutenant General Kim Yung Whan (Not shown), Republic of Korea Marine Commandant, at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Two US Marine CH-46 Sea Knight helicopters provide aerial support during the combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Republic of Korea Forces Marines prepare for combined amphibious beach assault in a US made AAV7A1 Amphibious Assault Vehicle on October 29th, 2000, at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE 2000 is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea running from 25 October to 3 November. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Lieutenant General Kim Yung Whan (2nd from left), Republic of Korea Marine Commandant, gets briefed on the combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Republic of Korea Forces Marines, aboard a Landing Ship, Tank (LST), watch as other ROK Marines unload a 5-ton truck from the vessel on a Pohang, South Korea, area beach in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Republic of Korea Marines aboard a US Made AAV7A1 Amphibious Assault Vehical rushes the beach at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Republic of Korea Forces Beach Masters direct a U.S. Navy Landing Craft (LCU) from Okinawa, Japan, to the shore during the combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A US Made UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter belonging to the Republic of Korea Forces comes in for a landing with Lieutenant General Kim Yung Whan, Republic of Korea Marine Commandant, at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A member of the Republic of Korea Marines provides beach security at Tak San Ri, near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A Republic of Korea Forces Type 88 K1 Main Battle Tank unloads from Landing Craft Utility (LCU) 1627, along with U. S. Soldiers from Okinawa, Japan. The combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, is in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Several U.S. Marine AAV7A1 Amphibious Assault Vehicles from 31st Expeditionary Force, Okinawa, Japan, prepare for the combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A Republic of Korea Forces Type 88 K1 Main Battle Tank unloads from Landing Craft Utility (LCU) 1627, along with U. S. soldiers from Okinawa, Japan. The combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, is in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A Republic of Korea Tank Marine communicates on his radio during the combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Sheri Gorman, 1ST Combat Camera Squadron, Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, videotapes the combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A US Navy Landing Craft Utility (LCU) 1627 prepares to land and unload Republic of Korea Forces, and cargo, along with U. S. soldiers from Okinawa, Japan. The combined amphibious beach assault took place at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

A US Navy Landing Craft Utility (LCU) 1627 prepares to land and unload Republic of Korea Forces and cargo, along with U. S. soldiers from Okinawa, Japan. The tank coming off the ramp of the LCU is a Korean made Type 88 K1 Main Battle Tank with a 105mm M68 rifled tank gun. The combined amphibious beach assault at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, is in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the ...

US Marine Brigadier General Frances Wilson (Left), Commander, 3rd Force Service Support Group, Okinawa, Japan, talks with two fellow Marines from Okinawa, Japan, while observing the D-Day Mobile Fuel Distribution System (DMFDS) concept demonstration at Gogu Beach, Korea, in support of FOAL EAGLE 2000. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S. and South Korean military cooperation

Landing Craft, Air Cushion 81 (LCAC-81), from Assault Unit Craft Five (ACU-5), US Fleet Activities, Sasebo, Japan, glides onto a Gogu beach for the D-Day Mobile Fuel Distribution System (DMFDS) concept demonstration in support of FOAL EAGLE 2000. The DMFDS is a Force Warfighting Lab (FWL) sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) funded project which demonstrates new techniques in the first ever transfer of fuel from the sea to land. Foal Eagle is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from Oct. 25th to Nov. 3rd. About 25,000 US troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from ...

A US Navy Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC) LC 81, from Assault Craft Unit-5 (ACU-5) Detachment, West Pacific, Sasebo, Japan, glides onto a Gogu Beach for the D-Day Mobile Fuel Distribution System (DMFDS) concept demonstration in support of FOAL EAGLE 2000. The DMFDS is a Force Warfighting Lab (FWL) sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) funded project which demonstrates new techniques in the first ever transfer of fuel from the sea to land. FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve...

Landing Craft, Air Cushion 81 (LCAC-81), from Assault Unit Craft Five (ACU-5), US Fleet Activities, Sasebo, Japan, glides onto a Gogu beach for the D-Day Mobile Fuel Distribution System (DMFDS) concept demonstration in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. The DMFDS is a Force Warfighting Lab (FWL) sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) funded project which demonstrates new techniques in the first ever transfer of fuel from the sea to land. Foal Eagle is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from Oct. 25th to Nov. 3rd. About 25,000 US troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard ...

Republic of Korea (ROK) Major General Sang Gi Bae, Commanding General, 1ST ROK Marine Core Division, Pohang, Korea, looks at a jar of JP-5 fuel while observing the D-Day Mobile Fuel Distribution System concept demonstration at Gogu beach, Korea, in support of FOAL EAGLE 2000. Foal Eagle is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from Oct. 25th to Nov. 3rd. About 25,000 US troops will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates US and South Korean military cooperation. (U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd LT. Daniel E...

A Republic of Korea (ROK) Forces Marine runs for cover during the combined amphibious beach assault that took place at Tak San Ri Beach near Pohang, South Korea, in support of Exercise FOAL EAGLE 2000. The Marine carries a Korean made 5.56 K2 assault rifle. ROK Marines came ashore on U.S. landing craft from Okinawa, Japan (Not shown). FOAL EAGLE is the largest Joint and Combined field training drill conducted annually in South Korea, running from October 25th to November 3rd. About 25,000 U.S. troops (Not shown) will take part in the drill, including active duty, Reserve and National Guard troops from bases in the United States and elsewhere in the Pacific. The exercise demonstrates U.S...

U.S. Air Force LT. GEN. Norton A. Schwartz (center), Director for Operations (J-3), Joint STAFF; U.S. Army LT. GEN. Richard Cody (left), Deputy CHIEF of STAFF (G3), and U.S. Marine Corps LT. GEN. Jan C. Huly, Deputy Commandant for Plans, Policy and Operations, update reporters on the progress of Operation Iraqi Freedom during a Pentagon press briefing. In an Order signed by Rumsfeld the Pentagon has begun alerting 43,000 U.S. Reserve and National Guard troops and some 20,000 Marines to prepare for duty in Iraq next year in a force rotation that would cut the American military presence there to about 105,000 by spring of 2004. (DoD photo by TECH. SGT. Andy Dunaway) (Released)

A National Guard soldier stands watch on a ridge, at the U.S. border armed with an M16 weapon. The National Guard troops are participating in Operation Jump Start. During the exercise, the National Guard is assisting the U.S. Border Patrol, and are armed for self-defense. The Citizen-Soldier is a member of Alpha Company, 1ST Battalion, 158th Infantry Regiment, 29th Brigade Combat Team. (U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT Jim Greenhill) (Released)

Command SGT. MAJ. David R. Hudson, the SENIOR Enlisted Advisor to LT. Gen. H. Steven Blum, the CHIEF of the National Guard Bureau, talks with National Guard troops deployed to Operation Jump Start, on the California border with Mexico. Up to 6,000 National Guard members are helping the Border Patrol to secure the border. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. Jim Greenhill) (Released)

LT. Gen. H. Steven Blum, CHIEF, National Guard Bureau, and Command SGT. MAJ. David Hudson, the CHIEF's SENIOR Enlisted Advisor, NGB, ride Border Patrol horses during a visit to the U.S. border with Mexico near Columbus, NM. Up to 6,000 National Guard troops are helping the Border Patrol secure the nation's southern border in Operation Jump Start. (U.S. Army photo by SGT. Jim Greenhill) (Released)

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Columbia, N. C. , August 31, 2011 -- National Guard troops pass out ice to survivors still without power after Hurricane Irene left thousands in the dark. Many federal partners work together to help in disaster recovery efforts. FEMA photo/Tim Burkitt

Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Avon, N. C. , September 3, 2011 -- Survivors get supplies from National Guard troops to help clean up damage from flooding caused by Hurricane Irene. The National Guard helps fill many roles before and after disasters. FEMA photo/Tim Burkitt

Rockaway, N.Y., Nov. 3, 2012 -Local residents impacted by Hurricane Sandy pick up meals ready to eat from National Guard troops at a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Point of Distribution located at the disaster recovery center on Roackway Point Boulevard. FEMA is one of many agencies coordinating relief efforts after the storm. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Rockaway, N.Y., Nov. 3, 2012 --Local residents impacted by Hurricane Sandy get water and meals ready to eat from National Guard troops at a Point of Distribution on Roackway Point Boulevard. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA

Rockaway, N.Y., Nov. 3, 2012 --Local residents impacted by Hurricane Sandy get water and meals ready to eat from National Guard troops at a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Point of Distribution located at the disaster recovery center on Roackway Point Boulevard. FEMA is one of many agencies coordinating relief efforts after the storm.Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA