Soldiers in Korea Get Full Spectrum Training

Lopez, C. Todd
August 2008
Soldiers;Aug2008, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p12
The article offers a look at the full spectrum military training received by U.S. soldiers deployed in South Korea. It is noted that the defensive, offensive and stability aspects of the military operations are contained in the Army's Operations Field Manual 3-0. Soldiers have the opportunity to practice live-fire training exercises, either offensively or defensively at the Joint Warrior Training Center in Korea.


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