Matt Keeler

The Army’s first smaller, nimbler combat hospitals roll out at Camp Humphreys

The 549th Hospital Center is the first unit out of 10 in the active-duty Army to reconfigure itself into smaller components that include two mobile field hospitals and their supporting units.

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Italian bistro in South Korea satisfies a three-year risotto craving

It was 2015 the last time I was here in South Korea, in the city of Uijeongbu, and got my first taste of an Italian mushroom risotto at a local restaurant.

New commander takes over at US base near DMZ

Lt. Col. Diosabelle Buack took command of Camp Casey from outgoing commander Lt. Col. Brian Jacobs during a ceremony Tuesday.

President wraps up South Korea visit by thanking troops and those who support them

With the backdrop of a giant American flag, President Donald Trump thanked American troops and the families who support them on Sunday after his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

‘No gray area:’ South Korea sets stricter limits on drinking and driving

A new law that took effect in South Korea on Tuesday lowers the legal limit for blood alcohol content to 0.03%, down from the 0.05% that had been the standard for the past 57 years.

‘She kept us safe’: Airmen remember fallen security forces dog in South Korea

Ooyvey, a 9-year-old military working dog at Kunsan Air Base, died June 6 of liver disease, surrounded by her human friends.

Troops happy but skeptical as US military suspends off-base curfew in S. Korea

U.S. Forces Korea, which oversees some 28,500 U.S. servicemembers on the divided peninsula, lifted the four-hour curfew for 90 days following a policy review ordered by the commander, Gen. Robert Abrams.