FORT BELVOIR, Va. -- Members of the Republic of Korea met with representatives from the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command's Washington field office recently.

The focus of this visit was to discuss transformation, as the ROKs are undergoing a major transformation with the proposed Strategic Alliance 2015 and the stand up of the Korean Command Provisional.

Other topics of conversation were ROK-US cooperation for Foreign Military Sales issues, how to navigate the logistics of FMS and provide an update briefing.

ROK attendees included: Brig. Gen. Aundre F. Piggee, U.S. Army, U.S. Forces Korea Assistant Chief of Staff, J4/Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff, C4; Brig. Gen. Choi, Jong Sun, ROK Army, ROK-U.S.
Combined Forces Command Assistant Chief of Staff, C4; Capt. Scott A. Haack, U.S.
Air Force, XO/Aide to the ACofS J4; 2nd Lt. Hong, Seok Hwa, ROK Army, XO to the
ACofS C4.

USASAC implements approved U.S. Army security assistance programs, including Foreign Military Sales of defense articles and services to eligible foreign governments. The command manages approximately 4,000 FMS cases valued at more than $60 billion. USASAC also manages the Army's co-production program.