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Oceanographer of the US Navy signs MoA with Republic of Korea Navy

US Navy Oceanographer Rear-Admiral Tim Gallaudet, left, poses with former oceanographer of the Navy retired Rear-Admiral Jon White during a ceremony in honour of an undersea mountain named after White. – US Navy photo by Brian Leshak, by kind courtesy of the US Navy/released ©

It was announced on 25 July from Busan, Republic of Korea, by the US Navy that the Oceanographer of the Navy and Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command Rear-Admiral Tim Gallaudet had signed an amendment extending a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN) following a meeting with ROKN Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Jung, Ho-sub.

It is understood this agreement allows for the US Navy to continue cooperating with the ROKN in conducting military surveys, processing and analyzing collected oceanographic, hydrographic and geo-acoustic data, preparing gridded digital databases and exchanging data and information.