July 2003
Officer;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p52
Presents recollections of the Korean War by U.S. veterans. Battle of Pork Chop Hill; Battle of Kumsong River Salient; Bombing missions; Debriefing of prisoners of war. INSETS: KOREAN WAR CHRONOLOGY, JULY 1953.;Communications Via KComZ in Korea..


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