The U.S. Marine Corps commandant David H. Berger confirmed that the South Korean and U.S. troops are continuing to train together and that it is beneficial for both sides. The exercises did stop briefly for a year but both sides intend to train together this fall as stated by Berger at a seminar at the Heritage Foundation think tank in Washington, D.C, however it seems that Seoul and Washington have postponed or downsized their joint drills ever since the North Korea-U.S. summit in Singapore in June of last year.

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