Morgan visits Korea again
Wednesday, November 27, 2019
– Craig Morgan returned to Korea for a special Thanksgiving week visit to our troops serving overseas.
Morgan, joined by CMT's Cody Alan and members of the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders squad, visited Camp Humphreys, South Korea. The visit will be highlighted in a special episode of CMT's "Hot 20 Countdown."
This was Morgan's 12th USO Tour and his second this year, having last traveled with Vice Chairman of the Join Chiefs of Staff, General Paul J. Selva, on a seven-day, five-city tour in the spring.
Morgan first volunteered with the USO in 2002 and is a USO Merit Award recipient who has gone on to participate in 12 USO tours, where he has entertained more than 45,000 service members and military families in 15 countries. He has done USO work in the U.S., Guam, Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Germany, Greece, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Spain, Diego Garcia, Qatar, Italy and the Korean Peninsula where the singer was once stationed. Mogan spent more than 10 years of service in the U.S. Army and an additional 6 years in the U.S. Army Reserves.
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