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2,500-ton Incheon-class frigate

ROK Yellow Sea Defense

By Lieutenant (junior grade) Jeong Soo “Gary” Kim, U.S. Navy
May 2022
The U.S. Navy–Marine Corps team can learn from the Republic of Korea’s defense of the Northern Line Limit.
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Taking a Fix on Mental Health

By Captain Christopher J. Schwarz, U.S. Navy
May 2022
Maintaining good mental health requires regular self-assessment. The author tells his story about failing to do that.
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I Want to Be Counted

By Lieutenant Commander Craig Johnson, U.S. Coast Guard
May 2022
Coast Guard personnel files contain demographic information for every service member. Sexual orientation should be included as an optional category.

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