The Captives of Korea: An Unofficial White Paper on the

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Parti- cularly the members of the Workers' Party of Korea set an example in this fight. As a machine gun section, we gave covering fire for the riflemen as they advanced. Army Graves Registration Service hoped to recover American remains from north of the Korean Demilitarized Zone after the war, administrative details between the United Nations Command and North Korea complicated recovery efforts.

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Fire support in the Pusan perimeter: A monograph

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DIVER leaves in a couple of months. - James N. Patton, including videos, interesting articles, pictur. Battalion Headquarters is at NAEP YONG NE. Brainless waves of chinese charging with sticks and stones. The 3rd Battalion, south of Unsan, was to bring up the regimental rear. II.603 RG 554 includes the following JLC records and files: 1. However, many slight variations existed, some battalions had batteries composed of eight towed 40mm guns, four quad .50 caliber mounts, and eight single, water-cooled .50 caliber machine guns (there was a shortfall in production of the M51 and M55 mounts).

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A MiG-15 to Freedom: Memoir of the Wartime North Korean

Kum-Sok No

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The emphasis is thus placed on local military self-sufficiency, backed by U. Korea will be a battle of supplies." "Our planning must be flexible. The Communists war immorally pits them against one another. 5. The Korean war once again clearly showed that the time has gone forever into the past when the imperialists could in- vade the territories of other countries, enslave and exploit the people at will and that a new era has dawned for the people in the East who have been kept in darkness for centuries.

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A New Battlefield: The Royal Ulster Rifles in Korea 1950-51

David R. Orr

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With the Germans getting increasingly suspicious, something needed to be done fast. A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Confidential U. Tell us... "We have fantastic deals, here you can see some of them. In June 1952, when the strength was stated in terms of wings rather than groups, the Air Force had 95. Coming ashore in September, his men quickly went into action along the Matanikau River. ., r air force facilities was invested by the U.

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No Gun Ri: A Military History of the Korean War Incident

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Several images focus on the work, uniforms, equipment, and activities of pilots, bombardiers, navigators, crew chiefs, gunners, and ground crew specialists. II.89 Decimal files, 1923-59 [A1, Entry 1062] (26 ft.), are arranged chronologically in the following segments: 1923-48, 1949-50, 1951-52, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, and thereunder according to the War Department decimal file system. N. air superiority that could not be ignored. The results of peaceful construction were destroyed and countless innocent people killed.

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China and the Vietnam Wars, 1950-1975 (The New Cold War

Qiang Zhai

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The British government found it diplomatically difficult to hand over 1,800 people who did not want to leave the protection of their mother country. The individual or agent selected would agree to purchase the dog from the Army Dog Association for the sum of $1.00, subject to such rules and regulations as might be prescribed by that organization. A folder list is available for use in the Textual Research Room in College Park, MD, or upon request.

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One Bugle, No Drums: The Marines at Chosin Reservoir

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The reader is left, beyond a few shallow generalities, with little idea of what their experience of the War was. Refer SF 813 to AFPC (active duty) or ARPC (reserve). As part of this role, the militaries did a lot of construction and repair to railroad properties. The formation of the "NATO" by US imperialism was aimed at subordi­nating as many countries as possible to it and enlisting them in aggressive wars against the socialist countries and the national-liberation movement, thereby accomplishing the plan for world domination.

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My battles in war and peace

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After we finish supper, we have to take shower, shave, brush our teeth, shine our high shoes (boots), wash three or four pieces of clothes, roll up a couple of articles we didn't get done earlier, clean up a section of the compartment, fix our bed, and write a letter if we have time left. Afghan units were the principal fighting force, supported by British forces. [134] Taliban forces were forced out of the town.

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The Last Stand of Fox Company: A True Story of U.S. Marines

Bob Drury, Tom Clavin

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He promised to equip volunteers in "Rifle dress and give you your favorite weapon, and ... you will cover youselves with glory." The movement and placement of these cylinders (sometimes numbering up to 12,000 for a single operation) in front of the friendly trenches was usually accomplished during hours of limited visibility so that the enemy would not detect it and be alerted to an imminent chemical attack. The records also document technical questions about the production techniques and planning budgets.

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THE KOREAN WAR: THE OUTBREAK

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Richard E Robinson became the first black paratrooper to make a combat jump and then to the Strategic Reserve stationed in the occupation of Japan. Koreans in China, Japan, and elsewhere returned or were repatriated to North Korea throughout the Cold War. The country's fishermen, too, stayed on their job. In fighting the numerically superior enemy forces in Seoul-Inchon district the People's Army killed, wounded or captured over 12,000 enemy soldiers.

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