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Avatar of GI KoreaBy on May 19th, 2011 at 1:00 pm

Picture of the Day: The Military Experience

Students take part in a military experience program in Gwangju on Monday. [Chosun Ilbo]

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  • Retired GI
    1:07 pm on May 19th, 2011 1

    I would like to HELP them with there “Military Experience”. :grin:

  • PAPA
    1:35 pm on May 19th, 2011 2

    DIRTY OLD MAN!!

  • Cloying Odor
    3:24 pm on May 19th, 2011 3

    Sexual Assault is part of the ROK Military Experience. Might as well do it right.

  • Glans
    4:51 pm on May 19th, 2011 4

    What are the soldiers saying? During the Second World War, Japanese soldiers would put both arms up like that and say banzei (Kana: ばんぜい). So maybe these young Korean ladies are saying manse (만세).

  • Leon LaPorte
    5:12 pm on May 19th, 2011 5

    Maybe it’s Pan Gu! (방귀)

    /liitle girls player soldier is always bemusing to me. Be it the US Army or any other…

  • Matt
    6:12 pm on May 19th, 2011 6

    Where the hell was this at in Gwangju? I’ve been here all week on TDY! :(

  • ChickenHead
    8:34 pm on May 19th, 2011 7

    They better not give the kid on the right an M-16 or K-2.

    They will put their eye out.

    http://www.studentfreepress.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/a_christmas_story_6.png

  • kmg365
    2:15 pm on May 20th, 2011 8

    It looks like they’re practicing controlling risers for practice jumps out of the 35 ft. mock tower. It’s pretty sad statement for a developed country like Korea when it constantly has to resort to government sponsored military style boot camp experiences in order to provide extracurricular experiences and activities for children. I mean, where are all the intermediary organizations that should fill in the gap between local schools and the military/government? The sad fact is that there aren’t many, and it seems that the only adults who have a community ethos and a desire to mentor young people are retired ROK Marines, as many of these kind of camps are their brainchild.

  • kangaji
    3:00 pm on May 20th, 2011 9

    This is clearly THE BEND AND REACH from the new APRT training circular.

  • kangaji
    3:02 pm on May 20th, 2011 10

    http://www.armyprt.com/special_conditioning_programs/bend-and-reach-2.shtml
    Illustration and information

  • Ole Tanker.
    6:21 pm on May 20th, 2011 11

    Not quite the Israelie Army :smile:

 

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