Updated January 4th, 2024 at 18:38 IST

U.S. Special Operations Command conducts joint training with South Korean special forces

U.S. Special Operations Command operators, in collaboration with Republic of Korea Army Special Warfare Command, conducted conducted joint security training.

Reported by: Yuvraj Tyagi

1/7: USSOCOM operators recently conducted Joint Force security training, focusing on enhancing interoperability and strengthening the Alliance's capabilities in the free and open Indo-Pacific region./ Image: US SOCKOR

2/7: After a week of intensive training to maintain heightened proficiency, rotational Special Forces Green Berets participated in a dynamic full-mission profile exercise./ Image: US SOCKOR

3/7: The dynamic full-mission profile exercise served as a culminating event, allowing operators to apply their skills in a realistic and challenging scenario./ Image: US SOCKOR

4/7: The exercise involved collaboration with counterparts from the Republic of Korea Army Special Warfare Command (ROKSWC) and Sea Special Attack Team (SSAT) personnel, emphasizing joint capabilities./ Image: US SOCKOR

5/7: USSOCOM is the unified combatant command responsible for overseeing special operations component commands across the U.S. military. It plays a crucial role in special operations worldwide./ Image: US SOCKOR

6/7: Earlier this month, Brig Gen Yeon Gyeong Su, President of Special Warfare School, along with other ROKSWS leaders, visited the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center at Fort Liberty./ Image: US SOCKOR

7/7: The training activities in the Indo-Pacific region underscore the strategic significance of maintaining strong interoperability and readiness to respond to evolving security challenges./ Image: US SOCKOR

Published January 4th, 2024 at 18:38 IST