Secured communications controller bridges gap between nations [Image 5 of 7]
POHANG, SOUTH KOREA
Jason Reynolds, left, Republic of Korea Marine Maj. Shin Dong-Gon, center, and U.S. Marine Chief Warrant Officer Jerome J. Foreman discuss the capabilities of the secured communications controller at the 1st Republic of Korea Marine Corps Division Base in Pohang Republic of Korea March 14 during Marine Expeditionary Force Exercise 2014. The secured communications controller is capable of crosslinking all the communications equipment within the U.S. Marine Corps’ inventory and can even crosslink with cell phones. The ROK and U.S. Marine Corps regularly exercise to ensure interoperability and maintain strong working relationships and MEFEX 14 is a tribute to the maturity of the ROK-U.S. partnership. Reynolds is a senior systems engineer with Trident Technology Solutions. Shin is a communication plan officer with Intel and Communication Battalion, ROK Marine Corps Headquarters. Foreman is a native of Philadelphia, PA, and a strategic spectrum planner with G-6, communications, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Matthew Manning/Released)
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