USFK to run space-based early warning system with allies
The space command of United States Forces Korea will be tasked with sharing information from U.S. reconnaissance satellites with South Korea and Japan.
Top U.S. general in Korea stresses UNC's role for peace in Northeast Asia
United Nations Command (UNC) Commander Gen. Paul LaCamera on Tuesday highlighted the U.S.-led institution's role in crisis management on the Korean Peninsula and peace in Northeast Asia, saying it "cannot be replicated by any other organization."
Korea, U.S. and Japan exploring expanded intel sharing
The Defense Ministry said Tuesday that South Korea, the United States and Japan are exploring ways to strengthen joint information sharing capabilities regarding North Korean missiles, but that the details of such an arrangement remain undetermined.
Shooting range for U.S. Forces Korea to be built in Changwon
The Defense Ministry and U.S. Forces Korea have begun work to construct a shooting range for U.S. troops in Changwon, South Gyeongsang, without prior notification to the local authorities, sources said Tuesday.
North Korea says nuclear status final and irreversible
North Korea's foreign minister said Friday that the regime's status as a nuclear-armed state is "final and irreversible," according to Pyongyang's state media on Friday.
USFK holds first deployment training of Thaad remote launcher
The U.S. military made public a set of photos of Sunday's training, hours after the North's state media reported the country had carried out drills involving an underwater nuclear attack drone and cruise missile launches earlier this week.
Freedom Shield, biggest U.S.-Korea exercise in years, to start on 13th
South Korea and the United States will commence their biggest combined military exercise in five years later this month, bringing back large-scale live field training suspended during the Moon Jae-in administration.
Military ends search for drone near Thaad base, citing 'low' espionage possibility
South Korea's military has withdrawn from a fruitless search for a drone thought to have crashed near a U.S. missile defense unit in a southern county earlier this week, its officials said Friday, citing "low" chances that it was used for spying...
Withdrawal of ammunition from USFK stockpile will not affect readiness: Pentagon
Withdrawing ammunition and military equipment from U.S. stockpiles in Korea and other countries to support Ukraine will not affect the U.S.' capabilities or defense readiness, a Pentagon spokesperson said Thursday.
USFK calls recent drills 'routine'
The United States Forces Korea (USFK) described an artillery drill conducted last week, which the North Korean military cited as a pretext for shelling the eastern and western maritime buffer zones, as a "routine" training exercise.