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Refugees cross a destroyed bridge during the Korean War, October 1950.
Pte K O'Brian,1st Cdn casualty in Korean War, is carried to Commonwealth Brigade Field Ambulance.He died en route
Two North Korean boys, serving in the North Korean Army, taken prisoner in the Sindang-dong area by elements of the 389th Inf. Regt., are interrogated by a U.S. soldier shortly after their capture. September 18, 1950.
Korean War - HD-SN-99-03131 by Morning Calm News, via Flickr These men of the Heavy Mortar Co., 7th Inf. Regt., go native, cooking rice in their foxhole in the Kagae-dong area, Korea. December 7, 1950. Pfc. Donald Dunbar. (Army) NARA FILE # 111-SC-354103 WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: 1472
Korean War - HD-SN-99-03152 by Morning Calm News, via Flickr Men of the 1st Marine Division capture Chinese Communists during fighting on the central Korean front. Hoengsong, March 2, 1951. Pfc. C. T. Wehner. (Marine Corps) NARA FILE #: 127-N-A6759 WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: 1493
Korean War - 113-16-1 by Morning Calm News, via Flickr ES113-16-1 (SC381830) Men of the 2nd Platoon, B Co 10th Engineer Battalion check a tank for booby-traps and the area for mines. 8 Oct 1951.
Korean War: Salvage. A U.S. Navy salvage crew aboard the Thailand Corvette HMTS Prasae, which ran aground in enemy territory on the coast of Korea. Left to right, HMC E.P. Wacham, USN; Lieutenant Junior Grade M.D. Taylor, USN; and RM2 C.K. Hayard, USN. Note, only three names were listed. Photographed January 13, 1951. U.S. Navy photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
Korean War: Aviation. A Marine “Grasshopper” used to observe artillery fire land to refuel at Marine VMO-6 air strip at Hoensong, Korea. Plane is piloted by Lieutenant A. W. Burre, USMC. Photographed by H.H. Searls, May 22, 1951. U.S. Navy photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
Pictured are Soldiers of the300th Armored Field Artillery Battalion resting after combat in Korea, during the Korean War. The 300th AFA was a Wyoming Army National Guard unit deployed to the Korean War in February 1951, entered combat in May 1951, and released from active federal service in September 1954. The unit was awarded some of the nation’s highest awards, to now include the Navy and Marine Corps Presidential Unit Citation, as of Sept. 13, 2010.
Korean War - HD-SN-99-03100 by Morning Calm News, via Flickr Lt. R. P. Yeatman, from the USS Bon Homme Richard, is shown rocketing and bombing Korean bridge. November 1952. (Navy) Exact Date Shot Unknown NARA FILE #: 080-G-639948 WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: 1441
American troops blasting Yongdok with their 105-mm howitzer. 23 July 1950. Yongdok, Korea. Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-50-4506 (Sgt. Riley)
Even though "Armistice" talks are in progress at Kaesong, Korea, the mission of the 3rd Air Rescue Squadron continues. A helicopter of the 3rd Air Rescue Squadron is shown as it settles gently to Korean soil to take on an injured soldier being carried in a stretcher by medics. In a matter of minutes this soldier will be under the professional care of a medical officer at one of the Mobile Army Surgical Hospitals at the rear. Two Korean laborers have stacked their "A" frames to watch the patient
Korean War: At What Cost. After stepping on a land mine, a wounded Corpsman, who risked his life to save a Marine gets medical attention and placed in helicopter stretcher from buddies on Kari San Mountain, June 6, 1951. U.S. Navy photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
2ID Soldiers eating lunch in Korea War 1951 .
A little Korean girl places a wreath of flowers on the grave of an American soldier, while Pfc. Chester Painter and Cpl. Harry May present arms, at the United Nations cemetery in Pusan. April 9, 1951. Cpl. Alex Klein. (Army)
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A North Korean soldier contemptuously sticks out his tongue at LIFE photographer Joe Scherschel on the second day of cease-fire talks during the Korean War, 1951.
Korean War Era - 28th Infantry Division Soldiers march back to their barracks after training at Camp Atterbury, IN. During the war, the 28th was ordered to prepare for overseas movement, but were sent instead to Western Europe due to fears of a Soviet move against Western Europe. Their presence was a reassurance to NATO allies that the war in Korea was not deflecting U.S. attention from its commitment to the security of Western Europe.