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U.S. Forces Korea and United Nations Command Emphasize Commitment to ROK-US Alliance

| USFK Public Affairs | Nov. 19, 2020

USAG HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea -- United States Forces Korea and United Nations Command hosted several members of South Korea’s National Assembly Defense Committee with roundtable discussions, a base tour and a luncheon with service members from each command at USAG Humphreys today.

Gen. Robert B. “Abe” Abrams, United Nations Command, Combined Forces Command, and United States Forces Korea Commander, emphasized the importance of the ROK-U.S. alliance and maintaining a strong combined defense posture to ensure peace, security and stability remains on the Korean Peninsula.

“Today was a great opportunity to introduce members of the National Assembly Defense Committee to our headquarters and familiarize them to our organizations, structures and missions,” said Abrams. "Our commitment to the ROK-US alliance remains ironclad, unbreakable and COVID-proof. Today’s engagements confirmed to the National Assembly that we stand postured and ready to deter aggression, defend the Republic of Korea, and if necessary, defeat any adversary who would oppose us."

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