Secured communications controller bridges gap between nations [Image 1 of 7]
POHANG, SOUTH KOREA
U.S. Marine Chief Warrant Officer Jerome J. Foreman, left, and Republic of Korea Marine Staff Sgt. Lee Seung Hyung perform a radio check while testing the secured communications controller at the 1st ROK Marine Corps Division Base in Pohang, Republic of Korea March 14 during Marine Expeditionary Force Exercise 2014. ROK and U.S. Marines use the SCC to crosslink and communicate using various radio systems during MEFEX 14. The focus of MEFEX is the enhance the interoperability between the U.S. Marine air-ground task force and the ROK Marine task force while honing the amphibious capabilities of each nation. Foreman is a native of Philadelphia, PA, and a strategic spectrum planner with G-6, communications, III Marine Expeditionary Force. Lee is a relay radio team leader with Intel and Communication Battalion, 1st ROK Marine Corps Division. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Matthew Manning/Released)
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