Korea Armed Forces Day

I’m not the only Sailor in the Navy who misses his car when he deploys. And this year, we ticked over the billion car mark worldwide. To celebrate this milestone (no pun intended), boston.com has a special on automobiles, including Antti Rahko and his Finnjet. Not to say anything of this land-beast carrying Lee Myung-bak and Kim Kwan-jin:

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak (right) and Defence Minister Kim Kwan-jin review troops during a ceremony to mark the 64th Korea Armed Forces Day at the military headquarters in Gyeryong,

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and Defence Minister Kim Kwan-jin review troops during a ceremony to mark the 64th Korea Armed Forces Day at the military headquarters in Gyeryong.

3 thoughts on “Korea Armed Forces Day

  1. They look like a collection of ringmasters at a circus, don’t you think? That or a marching band …a bit much on the eyes…k

  2. EB: Ah, yes. I’ve heard the same thing about the orange-ish Golden Gate Bridge. It is always in the process of being painted.
    Kris: I know, it’ll give you a headache.

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