The Frontline Network

Brenci, John E.
August 2008
Soldiers;Aug2008, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p26
The article offers information on the American Forces Network-Korea. The official birth of the network was in 1945 but the unit's place in history was cemented on October 4, 1950 when U.S. General of the Army Douglas MacArthur used the network's radio to demand North Korea's surrender. The network is also known as the Frontline Network and is made up of 120 Army, Air Force and Navy service members and civilians.


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