Rocks & Ridgetops

Kreisher, Otto
June 2001
Sea Power;Jun2001, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p53
Highlights aerial operations in the Korean War of 1950 using helicopters of the United States Marine Corps and Navy. Historical background of the use of helicopters in military combats and wars; Participation of Navy helicopters during attempted amphibious landing at Wonsan; Deployment of Marine HO3S helicopters in Pusan.


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