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For incoming US airmen in S.Korea, a 30-day ban on booze

Airmen at Andrews Air Force Base on September 20, 2013 in MarylandUS airmen assigned to South Korea are banned from buying or drinking alcohol during their first 30 days in the country under a new rule underscoring the “serious mission” the troops face, officials said Friday. The program is meant to promote “mission readiness” as well as “safety, health, welfare, good order and discipline,” spokesman Captain Ray Geoffroy told AFP. The rule is part of a “Korean Readiness Orientation” program for incoming troops issued by the 7th Air Force commander, Lieutenant General Jan-Marc Jouas. “We have a serious mission with a serious enemy, and we must be ready to contend with that by utilizing personal resiliency and a readiness orientation program,” he added.

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