Gen. B.B. Bell quote
By Gen. B.B. Bell
January 31, 2008 1 / 1 Army Gen. B.B. Bell, Jan. 30, addressing the need to make more assignments to South Korea accompanied tours in light of the Army's worldwide operational commitments. VIEW ORIGINAL
Over 2,000 Families have traveled to South Korea to be with their servicemembers and to connect with servicemembers in spite of the fact that they are not authorized. They would rather be together as a Family with some complexities than spend another year apart. They are speaking with their feet and their passports.
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