JSA holds memorial ceremony for fallen Soldiers

By Cpl. Kim Han-byeol (2d ID)August 19, 2013

CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea " The Joint Security Area holds the Barrett-Bonifas Memorial Ceremony on Camp Bonifas Aug. 16. The ceremony was to remember the two officers, Capt. Arthur Bonifas, the Joint Security Force Company commander, and 1st Lt. Mark Barrett, the 1st Platoon Leader, who were killed by Korean People's Army guards during the Axe Murder Incident 37 years ago. The ROK-U.S. Alliance has become significantly stronger following the 1976 attack. It is an enduring partnership, committed to the strong defense of the Korean Peninsula.
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea " The Joint Security Area holds the Barrett-Bonifas Memorial Ceremony on Camp Bonifas Aug. 16. The ceremony was to remember the two officers, Capt. Arthur Bonifas, the Joint Security Force Company commander, and 1st Lt. Mark Barrett, the 1st Platoon Leader, who were killed by Korean People's Army guards during the Axe Murder Incident 37 years ago. The ROK-U.S. Alliance has become significantly stronger following the 1976 attack. It is an enduring partnership, committed to the strong defense of the Korean Peninsula. (Photo Credit: Cpl. Kim Hanbyeol (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL
CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea " Senior leaders render honors during the Republic of Korea and U.S. national anthems at Barrett-Bonifas Memorial Ceremony on Camp Bonifas Aug. 16. The ceremony was to remember the two officers, Capt. Arthur Bonifas, the Joint Security Force Company commander, and 1st Lt. Mark Barrett, the 1st Platoon Leader, who were killed by Korean People's Army guards during the Axe Murder Incident 37 years ago. The ROK-U.S. Alliance has become significantly stronger following the 1976 attack. It is an enduring partnership, committed to the strong defense of the Korean Peninsula.
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea " Senior leaders render honors during the Republic of Korea and U.S. national anthems at Barrett-Bonifas Memorial Ceremony on Camp Bonifas Aug. 16. The ceremony was to remember the two officers, Capt. Arthur Bonifas, the Joint Security Force Company commander, and 1st Lt. Mark Barrett, the 1st Platoon Leader, who were killed by Korean People's Army guards during the Axe Murder Incident 37 years ago. The ROK-U.S. Alliance has become significantly stronger following the 1976 attack. It is an enduring partnership, committed to the strong defense of the Korean Peninsula. (Photo Credit: Cpl. Kim Hanbyeol (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL
CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea " The Joint Security Area holds the Barrett-Bonifas Memorial Ceremony on Camp Bonifas Aug. 16. The ceremony was to remember the two officers, Capt. Arthur Bonifas, the Joint Security Force Company commander, and 1st Lt. Mark Barrett, the 1st Platoon Leader, who were killed by Korean People's Army guards during the Axe Murder Incident 37 years ago. The ROK-U.S. Alliance has become significantly stronger following the 1976 attack. It is an enduring partnership, committed to the strong defense of the Korean Peninsula.
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea " The Joint Security Area holds the Barrett-Bonifas Memorial Ceremony on Camp Bonifas Aug. 16. The ceremony was to remember the two officers, Capt. Arthur Bonifas, the Joint Security Force Company commander, and 1st Lt. Mark Barrett, the 1st Platoon Leader, who were killed by Korean People's Army guards during the Axe Murder Incident 37 years ago. The ROK-U.S. Alliance has become significantly stronger following the 1976 attack. It is an enduring partnership, committed to the strong defense of the Korean Peninsula. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Carlos Davis (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL
CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea " Maj. Gen. Thomas Vandal, the 2nd Infantry Division commanding general, and Col. Michael Lawson, commander of 210th Fires Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, place a wreath at the memorial to remember the two officers, Capt. Arthur Bonifas, the Joint Security Force Company commander, and 1st Lt. Mark Barrett, the 1st Platoon Leader, who were killed by Korean People's Army guards during the Axe Murder Incident 37 years ago. The ROK-U.S. Alliance has become significantly stronger following the 1976 attack. It is an enduring partnership, committed to the strong defense of the Korean Peninsula.
4 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea " Maj. Gen. Thomas Vandal, the 2nd Infantry Division commanding general, and Col. Michael Lawson, commander of 210th Fires Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, place a wreath at the memorial to remember the two officers, Capt. Arthur Bonifas, the Joint Security Force Company commander, and 1st Lt. Mark Barrett, the 1st Platoon Leader, who were killed by Korean People's Army guards during the Axe Murder Incident 37 years ago. The ROK-U.S. Alliance has become significantly stronger following the 1976 attack. It is an enduring partnership, committed to the strong defense of the Korean Peninsula. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Carlos Davis (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL
CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea - Mr. Kim Moon-hwan, former Korean Augmentation to the United States Army company commander in the Joint Security Area during the Ax Murder incident, makes his remarks to the guests of the Barrett-Bonifas Memorial Ceremony on Camp Bonifas Aug. 16. The ceremony was to remember the two officers, Capt. Arthur Bonifas, the Joint Security Force Company commander, and 1st Lt. Mark Barrett, the 1st Platoon Leader, who were killed by Korean People's Army guards during the Axe Murder Incident 37 years ago. The ROK-U.S. Alliance has become significantly stronger following the 1976 attack. It is an enduring partnership, committed to the strong defense of the Korean Peninsula.
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea - Mr. Kim Moon-hwan, former Korean Augmentation to the United States Army company commander in the Joint Security Area during the Ax Murder incident, makes his remarks to the guests of the Barrett-Bonifas Memorial Ceremony on Camp Bonifas Aug. 16. The ceremony was to remember the two officers, Capt. Arthur Bonifas, the Joint Security Force Company commander, and 1st Lt. Mark Barrett, the 1st Platoon Leader, who were killed by Korean People's Army guards during the Axe Murder Incident 37 years ago. The ROK-U.S. Alliance has become significantly stronger following the 1976 attack. It is an enduring partnership, committed to the strong defense of the Korean Peninsula. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Carlos Davis (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL