• Three girls from Myung-Jin Orphanage in Seoul examine contents of gift bags distributed to the children by 304th Signal Battalion Soldiers Jan. 7.

    It's in the Bag

    Three girls from Myung-Jin Orphanage in Seoul examine contents of gift bags distributed to the children by 304th Signal Battalion Soldiers Jan. 7.

  • When going through school supplies delivered by 304th Signal Battalion Soldiers Jan. 7, one orphan learns that some of the supplies are actually entertaining.

    Not so bad...

    When going through school supplies delivered by 304th Signal Battalion Soldiers Jan. 7, one orphan learns that some of the supplies are actually entertaining.

  • Spc. Charles Davis, 304th Sig. Bn., passes out toys to children at Myung-Jin Orphanage during a brief visit Jan. 7.

    Who wants a toy'

    Spc. Charles Davis, 304th Sig. Bn., passes out toys to children at Myung-Jin Orphanage during a brief visit Jan. 7.

  • Jessica Crowl (right), Camp Stanley Commissary store manager, helps unload gift bags at Myung-Jin Orphanage Jan. 7, with assistance from 304th Soldiers Cpl. Kim, H.J., Spc. Charles Davis, and Lt. Col. Alfred Francis (left).

    Packages for the Orphans

    Jessica Crowl (right), Camp Stanley Commissary store manager, helps unload gift bags at Myung-Jin Orphanage Jan. 7, with assistance from 304th Soldiers Cpl. Kim, H.J., Spc. Charles Davis, and Lt. Col. Alfred Francis (left).

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