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There's 'no sweat' riding (outside) copter

WITH U.S. 24TH DIV., Korea (S&S) — Sometimes a soldier balks at flying on his back outside a helicopter, 700 feet in the air.

Active duty offers variety of ways to pursue education

Whether a servicemember plans to get a degree on active duty or would rather hit the books full time on the outside, each branch of the military can bridge the gap to higher education.

Cookie time again: Girl Scouts prepare for kickoff of annual campaign

U.S. Forces Korea commander Gen. Leon J. LaPorte got to buy the first boxes of Girl Scout cookies in South Korea this year.

Military radio had its beginnings in the days of the doughboys

Although American Forces Network Radio has officially been on the air for 60 years, listeners began tuning in at the end of World War I.

University of Maryland extends its military ties

Not many colleges have a campus near the Demilitarized Zone.

Yongsan’s hospital renovation proceeds despite planned move

U.S. Forces Korea is forging ahead with a $70.2 million, three-phase renovation of the 121st Hospital despite pledges to South Korea’s government to move all U.S. forces from the base by 2007.

Tuskegee Airman, visiting Yongsan, talks about integration of military

The day President Truman signed the order desegregating the military in 1948, now-retired Lt. Col. Herbert E. Carter remembers a mix of emotions among his fellow black aviators.

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