US Army Service Component Command

Gerner, Mark H.
March 1998
Military Review;Mar/Apr98, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p65
Provides information on the mission of the United States Army Service Component Command (ASCC) in the Republic of Korea (ROK), involving the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea. Roles of the ASCC; Functions of the Army; Significance of a quote from the book `This Kind of War,' by T.R. Fehrenbach, in relation with the Army's mission in the ROK.


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