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South Korean navy training group arrives in Hawaii

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                                Crew members of the ROKS Hansando welcome visitors on Saturday as part of the Republic of Korea Navy Cruise Training Task Group’s visit to Honolulu.

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    Crew members of the ROKS Hansando welcome visitors on Saturday as part of the Republic of Korea Navy Cruise Training Task Group’s visit to Honolulu.

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                                Republic of Korea navy sailors gave a tour of the Hansando, showing off a hospital bed. The ship, which has 60 beds, can be converted to a hospital ship during wartime.

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    Republic of Korea navy sailors gave a tour of the Hansando, showing off a hospital bed. The ship, which has 60 beds, can be converted to a hospital ship during wartime.

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                                “In our past cruise trainings, lectures held during our visits to various nations took place in spaces like hangars. This year, they will be held in our training ship ROKS Hansando’s various lecture halls and facilities,” said Cmdr. Park Jin-sung, Hansando’s commanding officer. A classroom is pictured above.

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    “In our past cruise trainings, lectures held during our visits to various nations took place in spaces like hangars. This year, they will be held in our training ship ROKS Hansando’s various lecture halls and facilities,” said Cmdr. Park Jin-sung, Hansando’s commanding officer. A classroom is pictured above.

The Republic of Korea navy’s cruise training task group arrived Friday at Pearl Harbor for five days of classes and cultural events for sailors and the South Korean navy’s future leaders. Read more

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