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New Ulchi Taeguk exercise to be held starting next Monday Updated: 2019-05-24 12:58:29 KST

South Korea plans to launch a new civilian-military exercise for four days starting next Monday aimed at preparing for a range of contingencies including disasters and terror threats.
Seoul's defense ministry says the new "Ulchi Taeguk" exercise is an alternative to the previously held joint exercise with the U.S., the Ulchi Freedom Guardian, which had been conducted annually for more than four decades but was suspended this year.
The new exercise is made up of two parts with the first part dedicated to national crisis management while the second part is aimed at promoting military readiness in case of war.
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