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|Host city||Mungyeong, North Gyeongsang, South Korea|
|Motto||Friendship Together, Peace Forever|
(Korean: 우정의 어울림, 평화의 두드림, romanized: Ujeong-ui eoullim, pyeonghwaui dudeulim)
|Events||246 in 23 sports|
|Opening ceremony||2 October 2015|
|Closing ceremony||11 October 2015|
|Officially opened by||President Park Geun-hye|
|Main venue||KAFAC Sports Complex|
The 2015 Military World Games (Korean : 2015년 세계군인체육대회, romanized: Icheon sib-o nyeon segyegun-incheyugdaehoe), officially known as the 6th CISM Military World Games (Korean : 제6회 세계군인체육대회, romanized: Jeyukhoe segyegun-incheyugdaehoe), is hosted from October 2–11, 2015 in Mungyeong, South Korea.
The games is the largest military sports event ever held in South Korea, with approximately 8,700 athletes from 110 countries competing in 24 sports. The Games were organized by the Ministry of National Defense Republic of Korea in accordance with CISM regulations and the rules of the International Sports Federations.
|Mungyeong Indoor Stadium||Wrestling|
|KAFAC Sports Complex||Football, Athletics|
|KAFAC Indoor Sports Complex||Judo, Taekwondo|
|KAFAC Modern Pentathlon Stadium||Modern Pentathlon|
|KAFAC Shooting Range||Aeronautical Pentathlon|
|KAFAC Indoor Tennis Courts||Fencing|
|Mungyeong Civic Stadium||Football|
|Mungyeong Cycling Course||Cycling|
|1st Marine Division, Pohang||Parachuting, Naval Pentathlon|
|Yeongildae Beach||Sailing, Triathlon|
|Gimcheon Sports Complex||Football|
|Gimcheon Indoor Swimming Pool||Swimming|
|Gimcheon Sports Town Indoor Gymnasium||Volleyball|
|Gimcheon Sports Town Badminton Stadium||Volleyball|
|Andong Indoor Gymnasium||Basketball|
|Andong Civic Stadium||Football|
|Yeongcheon KAAY||Shooting, Military Pentathlon|
|Yeongcheon Indoor Swimming Pool||Military Pentathlon|
|Yeongju Indoor Gymnasium||Boxing|
|Yeongju Dongyang University||Orienteering|
|Yeongju Civic Stadium||Football|
|Sangju Civic Stadium||Football|
|Sangju Indoor Gymnasium||Handball|
|Yecheon JinHo International Archery Field||Archery|
|Yecheon 16th Fighter Wing||Aeronautical Pentathlon|
|Daegu Shooting Range||Shooting|
The competition comprised 24 sports, some of them appearing for the first time in military world games, such as archery.
|OC||Opening ceremony||●||Event competitions||1||Daily medal events||CC||Closing ceremony|
|Daily medal events||2||7||18||33||41||51||44||46||4||246|
Host nation (South Korea)
|4||South Korea (KOR)*||19||15||25||59|
|17||Czech Republic (CZE)||3||2||1||6|
|United States (USA)||2||2||2||6|
|27||Saudi Arabia (KSA)||2||0||0||2|
|44||Dominican Republic (DOM)||0||1||2||3|
|South Africa (RSA)||0||0||1||1|
|Sri Lanka (SRI)||0||0||1||1|
|Totals (58 nations)||246||246||306||798|
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