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S. Korean Special Forces Winter Drills

South Korean special forces holding their winter drills.

Special Forces are in full gear, carrying more than 30 kilograms on their backs as they ski down a steep slope.

These exercises are part of South Korea’s Special Forces winter training drills at Hwangbyeong mountain in Gangwon-do Province. “It’s below minus 15 degrees Celsius here but the harsh conditions don’t discourage the Special Forces from completing their training.”

Each battalion of South Korea’s Special Forces will go through ten intense days of winter training to better fulfil their duty of protecting the nation.









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