Marines in Korea for Ssang Yong exercise

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Korean Assault Amphibious Vehicles with Republic of Korea Marine Corps Regimental Landing Team 7 assault Doksukri Beach during a beach landing March 12, 2016, during exercise Ssang Yong 16. More than 17,000 troops from four countries are taking part in the training. (Joseph Sanchez/U.S. Marine Corps)
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Korean Assault Amphibious Vehicles with Republic of Korea Marine Corps Regimental Landing Team 7 assault Doksukri Beach during a beach landing March 12, 2016, during exercise Ssang Yong 16. More than 17,000 troops from four countries are taking part in the training. (Joseph Sanchez/U.S. Marine Corps)

Marines in Korea for Ssang Yong exercise

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published: March 15, 2016

More than 17,000 troops from four nations are taking part in an amphibious assault and land navigation training during Ssang Yong 16, an 11-day exercise taking around Pohang, South Korea.

The Hawaii-based 1st Battalion, 3rd Marines, along with members of the USS Boxer Amphibious Ready Group and 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, make up the U.S. contingent. Some 4,500 marines and 3,000 sailors from the Republic Korea, along with 100 Australian army soldiers and 60 New Zealand army soldiers are also taking part.

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