U.S. Forces Korea Good Neighbor Program English Camp

By Pfc. Sung Kwang-jaeJuly 29, 2011

Sgt. 1st Class Varick Kellum, the 501st Sustainment Brigade support operations sustainment automation support management office noncommissioned officer in charge, flexes for a Waegwan Middle School student during a break from an “English camp” held at USAG Carroll July 25, 2011. The 7th annual English camp  ran from July 25-29, 2011.  The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and  is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School.  It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers.  Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Andrew Kosterman
1 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. 1st Class Varick Kellum, the 501st Sustainment Brigade support operations sustainment automation support management office noncommissioned officer in charge, flexes for a Waegwan Middle School student during a break from an “English camp” held at USAG Carroll July 25, 2011. The 7th annual English camp ran from July 25-29, 2011. The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School. It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Andrew Kosterman (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Andrew Kosterman) VIEW ORIGINAL
Students from Waegwan Middle School paddle with their hands during a boat race conducted during an “English camp” held at USAG Carroll July 26, 2011. The 7th annual English camp  ran from July 25-29, 2011.  The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and  is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School.  It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae
2 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Students from Waegwan Middle School paddle with their hands during a boat race conducted during an “English camp” held at USAG Carroll July 26, 2011. The 7th annual English camp ran from July 25-29, 2011. The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School. It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae (Photo Credit: Pfc. Sung Kwangjae) VIEW ORIGINAL
Students from Waegwan Middle School paddle with their hands during a boat race conducted during an “English camp” held at USAG Carroll July 26, 2011. The 7th annual English camp  ran from July 25-29, 2011.  The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and  is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School.  It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae
3 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Students from Waegwan Middle School paddle with their hands during a boat race conducted during an “English camp” held at USAG Carroll July 26, 2011. The 7th annual English camp ran from July 25-29, 2011. The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School. It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae (Photo Credit: Pfc. Sung Kwangjae) VIEW ORIGINAL
Pfc. Kim Sung-hoon (left), a 501st Sustainment Brigade Support Operations Wartime Host Nations Support Korean Augmentation to the United States Army Soldier, coaches a race strategy to a Waegwan Middle School student during the 7th Annual Camp Carroll English Camp group activity time at USAG Carroll’s Crown Jewel Gym July 27, 2011. The 7th annual English camp  ran from July 25-29, 2011.  The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and  is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School.  It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers.. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae
4 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Pfc. Kim Sung-hoon (left), a 501st Sustainment Brigade Support Operations Wartime Host Nations Support Korean Augmentation to the United States Army Soldier, coaches a race strategy to a Waegwan Middle School student during the 7th Annual Camp Carroll English Camp group activity time at USAG Carroll’s Crown Jewel Gym July 27, 2011. The 7th annual English camp ran from July 25-29, 2011. The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School. It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers.. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae (Photo Credit: Pfc. Sung Kwangjae) VIEW ORIGINAL
Cpl. Yeo Hyong-ki (center), a 501st Sustainment Brigade Support Operations Maintenance Korean Augmentation to the United States Army Soldier looks on during group activities time held during an “English camp” at USAG Carroll’s Crown Jewel Gym July 27, 2011. The 7th annual English camp  ran from July 25-29, 2011.  The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and  is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School.  It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae
5 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Cpl. Yeo Hyong-ki (center), a 501st Sustainment Brigade Support Operations Maintenance Korean Augmentation to the United States Army Soldier looks on during group activities time held during an “English camp” at USAG Carroll’s Crown Jewel Gym July 27, 2011. The 7th annual English camp ran from July 25-29, 2011. The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School. It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae (Photo Credit: Pfc. Sung Kwangjae) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. 1st Class Varick Kellum, the 501st Sustainment Brigade support operations sustainment automation support management office noncommissioned officer in charge, counts off before the relay race begins during the 7th Annual Camp Carroll English Camp group activity time at USAG Carroll’s Crown Jewel Gym July 27, 2011. The 7th annual English camp  ran from July 25-29, 2011.  The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and  is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School.  It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae
6 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. 1st Class Varick Kellum, the 501st Sustainment Brigade support operations sustainment automation support management office noncommissioned officer in charge, counts off before the relay race begins during the 7th Annual Camp Carroll English Camp group activity time at USAG Carroll’s Crown Jewel Gym July 27, 2011. The 7th annual English camp ran from July 25-29, 2011. The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School. It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae (Photo Credit: Pfc. Sung Kwangjae) VIEW ORIGINAL
Kim Sang-ryul, a student at Waegwan Middle School, sprints during a relay race during group activity time as part of an “English camp” at USAG Carroll’s Crown Jewel Gym July 27, 2011. The 7th Annual USAG Carroll English Camp  ran from July 25-29, 2011.  The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and  is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School.  It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae
7 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Kim Sang-ryul, a student at Waegwan Middle School, sprints during a relay race during group activity time as part of an “English camp” at USAG Carroll’s Crown Jewel Gym July 27, 2011. The 7th Annual USAG Carroll English Camp ran from July 25-29, 2011. The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School. It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae (Photo Credit: Pfc. Sung Kwangjae) VIEW ORIGINAL
Cpl. Yeo Hyong-ki (right), a 501st Sustainment Brigade Support Operations Maintenance Korean Augmentation to the United States Army Soldier, encourages a Waegwan Middle School student after a relay race during the 7th Annual Camp Carroll English Camp at the USAG Carroll’s Crown Jewel Gym July 27, 2011. The 7th annual English camp  ran from July 25-29, 2011.  The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and  is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School.  It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae
8 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Cpl. Yeo Hyong-ki (right), a 501st Sustainment Brigade Support Operations Maintenance Korean Augmentation to the United States Army Soldier, encourages a Waegwan Middle School student after a relay race during the 7th Annual Camp Carroll English Camp at the USAG Carroll’s Crown Jewel Gym July 27, 2011. The 7th annual English camp ran from July 25-29, 2011. The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School. It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae (Photo Credit: Pfc. Sung Kwangjae) VIEW ORIGINAL
Soldiers of 501st Sustainment Brigade and Waegwan Middle School students pose for a photo at USAG Carroll’s Bowling Alley during an “English camp” on July 28, 2011. The 7th annual English camp  ran from July 25-29, 2011.  The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and  is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School.  It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae
9 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Soldiers of 501st Sustainment Brigade and Waegwan Middle School students pose for a photo at USAG Carroll’s Bowling Alley during an “English camp” on July 28, 2011. The 7th annual English camp ran from July 25-29, 2011. The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School. It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae (Photo Credit: Pfc. Sung Kwangjae) VIEW ORIGINAL
Soldiers of 501st Sustainment Brigade and Waegwan Middle School students pose for a photo at USAG Carroll’s Bowling Alley during an “English camp” on July 28, 2011. The 7th annual English camp  ran from July 25-29, 2011.  The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and  is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School.  It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae
10 / 10 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Soldiers of 501st Sustainment Brigade and Waegwan Middle School students pose for a photo at USAG Carroll’s Bowling Alley during an “English camp” on July 28, 2011. The 7th annual English camp ran from July 25-29, 2011. The five-day camp is part of U.S. Forces Korea’s Good Neighbor Program and is provided for students at Waegwan Middle School. It is designed to enhance cultural awareness and provide Korean students an opportunity to use, improve, and develop confidence in the English language skills through interaction with native English speakers. Photo by Pfc. Sung Kwang-jae (Photo Credit: Pfc. Sung Kwangja) VIEW ORIGINAL