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Military Sealift Command (MSC)

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From left, members of the Military Sealift Command Office Korea’s reserve unit, including, FCC Allen Ganir, Capt. Roger Ouimet, Cmdr. Levi Broeckelman and Cmdr. Brad Newcomer, returned to the Republic of Korea in August to work with their MSC, Navy, combined and joint counterparts during a particularly busy training period. Regardless of the area of responsibility, U.S. Navy reserve units routinely support military sealift operations worldwide, supporting the mission of the enterprise charged with keeping the fleet afloat. (U.S. Navy photo by YN2 Jennifer Diesma)

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