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File:Chief Na Yu-In, Gunsan Korean National Police chief, addresses 8th Security Forces Squadron Airmen following a lunch at the Loring Club here May 3 (USAF photo 110503-F-JK379-003).jpg

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English: KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Chief Na Yu-In, Gunsan Korean National Police chief, addresses 8th Security Forces Squadron Airmen following a lunch at the Loring Club here May 3. Chief Na and Lt. Col. Mark Anarumo, 8th SFS commander, planned the event after they met and found a common bond in education, which they realized could benefit both of their forces. Colonel Anarumo plans to address the Gunsan City police in June.
한국어: 나유인 군산경찰서장
中文(繁體)‎: 大韓民國,群山空軍基地——群山警察署署長羅攸仁向美國空軍第8保安部隊官兵致詞
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Source http://www.pacaf.af.mil/News/ArticleDisplay/tabid/377/Article/594185/korean-police-chief-discusses-security-with-airmen.aspx (archived page)
Author U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Ciara Wymbs

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