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  • Rear. Adm. Bill Byrne, commander U.S. Naval Forces Korea (CNFK), Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti,  commander, U.S. Forces Korea, VAdm. Ki-sik Lee, commander Republic of Korea (ROK) Fleet, Maj. Gen. James Walton, director of transformation and re-stationing for U.S. Forces Korea, Hon. Mark Lippert, U.S. ambassador to the ROK, Jung Gyung-jin, mayor of Busan for administrative affairs and Lee Jong-cheol, Nam-gu district mayor cut the ribbon of CNFK's new head quarters building during a ribbon-cutting ceremony. This ceremony marks the opening of CNFK's new headquarters building in Busan since their relocation from Seoul as part of the greater Yongsan Relocation Plan.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist 3rd Class Jermaine M. Ralliford (Released)  160219-N-WT427-291
  • Rear. Adm. Bill Byrne, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea speaks to Republic of Korea (ROK) Cheif of Naval Operations Adm. Jung Ho-sub on a tour of CNFK's new headquarters building in Busan. CNFK recently relocated the headquarters from Seoul to Busan as part of the greater Yongsan Relocation Plan.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communications Specialist 3rd Class Jermaine M. Ralliford (Released)  160218-N-WT427-038
  • Rear Adm. Bill Byrne, the commander of U.S. Naval Forces Korea, and Republic of Korea (ROK) Navy Rear Adm. Park, Ki-kyung, the commander of ROK Component Flotilla 5, sign a Mine Warfare Memorandum of Understanding. The memorandum is designed to strengthen the U.S. and ROK alliance and the combined partnership between the two maritime forces.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jermaine M. Ralliford (Released)  151221-N-WT427-005
  • Rear Adm. Bill Byrne, commander of U.S. Naval Forces Korea, and Maj. Gen. Robert Hedelund, commander of Marine Forces Korea, view ceremonial markers at the War Memorial Peace Plaza following the 5th Anniversary of the YP-Do Shelling Provocation Memorial Ceremony in Seoul. The annual event brings together senior military leaders from various nations to honor ROK soldiers killed during an artillery shelling on Nov. 23, 2010.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Abraham Essenmacher (Released)  151123-N-AD372-513
  • Rear Adm. Bill Byrne, commander of U.S. Naval Forces Korea, and Maj. Gen. Robert Hedelund, commander of Marine Forces Korea, wave Republic of Korea (ROK) flags during the 5th Anniversary of the YP-Do Shelling Provocation Memorial Ceremony at the Peace Plaza in Seoul. The annual event brings together senior military leaders from various nations to honor ROK soldiers killed during an artillery shelling on Nov. 23, 2010.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Abraham Essenmacher (Released)  151123-N-AD372-416
  • An MH-53E Sea Dragon helicopter from Helicopter Squadron (HM) 14, approaches the Republic of Korea (ROK) mine laying ship ROKS Wonsan (MLS 560), during exercise Clear Horizon. Exercise Clear Horizon is an annual bilateral exercise between the U.S. and Republic of Korea navies that focus on increasing capabilities and coordination between ships and aircraft in mine countermeasures in international waters surrounding the Korean peninsula.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Abraham Essenmacher (Released)  151111-N-AD372-003
  • Naval Air Crewmen (Helicopter) 2nd Class Bob Ross, assigned to Helicopter Squadron (HM) 14, waves to sailors aboard the Republic of Korea (ROK) mine laying ship ROKS Wonsan (MLS 560), from the starboard side of an MH-53E Sea Dragon helicopter following its landing during exercise Clear Horizon. Exercise Clear Horizon is an annual bilateral exercise between the U.S. and Republic of Korea navies that focus on increasing capabilities and coordination between ships and aircraft in mine countermeasures in international waters surrounding the Korean peninsula.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Abraham Essenmacher (Released)  151111-N-AD372-002
  • Rear Adm. Bill Byrne, commander of U.S. Naval Forces Korea, and Rear Adm. Park, Ki-kyung, the commander of Component Flotilla 5, share a laugh during an office call during exercise Clear Horizon. Exercise Clear Horizon is an annual bilateral exercise between the U.S. and Republic of Korea navies that focus on increasing capabilities and coordination between ships and aircraft in mine countermeasures in international waters surrounding the Korean peninsula.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Abraham Essenmacher (Released)  151112-N-AD372-037

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