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Korean middle school students take a tour of US Post Camp Walker, Korea. SUGGESTED LEAD: Locals who can’t access a U.S. military base are not familiar with what’s there. KATUSA Corporal Yang Dong Ho discovers how the U.S. military reaches out to their local community. SUGGESTED TAG: Installation tours provide more community awareness about the U.S. military.


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This work, Camp Walker Installation Tour, by Chuck Gill, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.8.2014

Date Posted:01.12.2014 7:16PM

Category:Package

Video ID:319471

VIRIN:140108-A-ZS680-125

Filename:DOD_101082987

Length:00:01:57

Location:CAMP WALKER, KR

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