From South Korea ROK Sergeant to US Army Soldier
From South Korea ROK Sergeant to US Army Soldier. Meet PFC Woo, a 94D Air Traffic Control Equipment Repairer Trainee currently stationed at Fort Eisenhower, GA and member of 73D OD BN.
PFC Woo immigrated from South Korea to the United States after serving in the ROK Army.
As a 94D, PFC Woo attends 38 weeks of advanced individual training where he learns the skills necessary to be an asset to his team including: electronic troubleshooting, maintenance and repairs, as well as circuit and wiring diagnostics. As a 94m he also has access to 60 nationally recognized certifications.
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An 89B Ammunition Specialist student is conducting hand and arms signals during “Move Munitions with a Forklift” training. Moving munitions with a forklift allows the Soldiers to become operators on the 5, 6, and 10K forklifts, learning the proper steps and controls to safely maneuver the hydraulic and joystick systems.
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