KATUSAs stand as symbol of ROK-U.S. alliance
Photo Credit: U.S. Army
Korean Augmentation to the United States Army, or KATUSA, soldiers are Republic of Korea service members who work in U.S. units and alongside U.S. Army Soldiers. The program was initiated in July 1950 by an informal agreement between the South Korean President Rhee Syng-man and Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
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