ROK/U.S. Combined Training and the OPCON Transition Process

The ROK/U.S. Combined Forces Command (ROK/U.S. CFC) completed its first theater-level training in more than a year on Aug. 28. An assessment of initial open-source reporting suggests that the recent training event, known as the Combined Command Post Training (CCPT), was successful in three major areas: promoting readiness, ensuring the ability to fight amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and protecting the integrity of the wartime operational control (OPCON) transition process from a U.S. to a Korean general officer.

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