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the Korean Support Command holds a yearly Mobilization Exercise. 8th Army MSCs and KSC BN conduct its annual KSC Mobilization Exercises (MOBEX) in Daegu in order to improve the KSC mobilization station members' in-processing capabilities of wartime KSC augmentees (mobilees) as if it was real thing, familiarize KSC mobilization plan with supported units, and confirm pre-planned link up points between designated wartime assistant company commanders and supported unit POCs . SUGGESTED LEAD: A MOBILIZATION STATION’S ABILITY TO REACT IS VITAL TO CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS. SPC MARQUETTA GIBSON SHOWS US THE U-S ARMED FORCES AND THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA TRAIN TOGETHER FOR WARTIME SITUATIONS. SUGGESTED TAG: THE KOREAN SERVICE CORPS HAS BEEN WORKING WITH THE U.S ARMED FORCES SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE KOREAN WAR.

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This work, KSC Mobilization Exercise, by Chuck Gill, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.15.2014

Date Posted:01.22.2014 7:32PM


Video ID:320051




Location:DAEGU, KRGlobe

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