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US Army Lieutenant Robert Strickland Corporal John Romanowski and another man fighting in Seoul Korea 20 September 1950. Note M1 Carbines.

US Army Lieutenant Robert Strickland Corporal John Romanowski and another man fighting in Seoul Korea 20 September 1950. Note M1 Carbines.

KOREAN WAR: ARTILLERY. American artillery on the central front. Photographed 1951.

Korean War: Artillery

KOREAN WAR: ARTILLERY. American artillery on the central front. Photographed 1951.

Returning from an assault on Hill 717, men of Company "L", 7th RCT, 3rd Infantry Division, help a wounded buddy onto a strecher for evacuation to an aid station.  3 July 1951.  Korea.  Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-23568 (Brigham)

Returning from an assault on Hill 717, men of Company "L", 7th RCT, 3rd Infantry Division, help a wounded buddy onto a strecher for evacuation to an aid station. 3 July 1951. Korea. Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-23568 (Brigham)

Division tank crewmen at Sukchon, North Korea, during the Korean War ... Many troops are on a M-24 Chaffey light tank.

Division tank crewmen at Sukchon, North Korea, during the Korean War ... Many troops are on a M-24 Chaffey light tank.

Hit in the back during a grenade duel, Corporal Dominick F. Zegarelli, (Utica, N.Y.) Company L, 7th Regimental Combat Team, U.S. 3rd Infantry Division, waits for evacuation, while other members of his platoon rest.  3 July 1951.  Korea.  Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-23550 (Brigham)

Hit in the back during a grenade duel, Corporal Dominick F. Zegarelli, (Utica, N.Y.) Company L, 7th Regimental Combat Team, U.S. 3rd Infantry Division, waits for evacuation, while other members of his platoon rest. 3 July 1951. Korea. Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-23550 (Brigham)

Ron Rosser, recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor with fellow soldier in Korea, ca. 1952 - 1953. Rosser was a corporal with the Heavy Mortar Unit, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, United States Army. During service in the Korean War he received the Congressional Medal of Honor for his single handed attack on enemy bunkers.

Ron Rosser, recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor with fellow soldier in Korea, ca. 1952 - 1953. Rosser was a corporal with the Heavy Mortar Unit, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division, United States Army. During service in the Korean War he received the Congressional Medal of Honor for his single handed attack on enemy bunkers.

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