November 1996

The Korean Peninsula: Direct Action Platoon Takes It to 'em

Volume 79, Issue 11

Dressed in black, with MP5 submachine guns at the ready, the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit's Direct Action Platoon (DAP) descended into the darkness of the Army's underground bunker complex at Camp Humphreys, South Korea, in July.

There, they engaged in specialized training involving precision live-fire and recovery techniques.

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