U.S. Special Forces Chief in South Korea Steps Down
Brigadier General Neil Tolley made comments hinting at U.S. infiltration into North Korea
SEOUL — The head of U.S. special forces in South Korea has handed over command to his successor. The Brigadier General Neil Tolley generated controversy earlier this year when he made a comment construed as revealing American military personnel had clandestinely infiltrated North Korea.
The 8th Army marching band plays "The Ballad of the Green Beret" at the change of command ceremony Tuesday at the U.S. Army's Yongsan Garrison.
Brigadier General Eric Wendt is succeeding Brigadier General Neil Tolley as head of Special Operations Command Korea.