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Avatar of GI KoreaBy on June 19th, 2012 at 1:05 pm

Picture of the Day: ROK Navy Boats Honor Sailors Killed By North Korean Attack 10 Years Ago

South Korean destroyer Munmu the Great, right, leads vessels during a naval drill in the Yellow Sea that ran from Wednesday to Friday. The two speed boats alongside the Munmu are among the six state-of-the-art speed boats bearing the names of South Korean sailors killed during the Second Yeonpyeong Skirmish 10 years ago.Provided by the Navy.

Via the Joong Ang Ilbo.

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  • Chaebolga
    2:48 am on June 20th, 2012 1

    The correct caption is… ‘The six speed boats alongside the Munmu are among the eighteen state-of-the-art speed boats bearing the names of South Korean sailors killed during the Second Yeonpyeong Skirmish 10 years ago.’ All the six boats present in this particular drill were named after the six fallen sailors.

  • Jimbob
    5:31 am on June 20th, 2012 2

    Fair Winds and Following Seas, my Korean Shipmates.

  • Seoul Guy
    1:28 pm on June 20th, 2012 3

    Is ROK an American protege? or a pit bull? or a poodle…

 

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