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With her brother on her back a war weary Korean girl tiredly trudges by a stalled M-26 tank, at Haengju, Korea. June 9, 1951. (U.S. Navy/Maj. R.V. Spencer, UAF)

Remembering the Korean War, 60 years ago

With her brother on her back a war weary Korean girl tiredly trudges by a stalled tank, at Haengju, Korea. June (U.

Navy Corpsmen Herald B. Williams, James E. Carr and William N. Shipworth help carry a wounded man from a U.S. Marine Corps HO3S-1 evacuation helicopter to a hospital in Korea. Helicopter is from squadron VMO-6. Original photo is dated 3 October 1950, in which case it was probably taken during Marine Corps operations in the vicinity of Seoul, Korea. Note extensive "Quonset" hut facilities in the distance.

Navy Corpsmen Herald B. Williams, James E. Carr and William N. Shipworth help carry a wounded man from a U.S. Marine Corps HO3S-1 evacuation helicopter to a hospital in Korea. Helicopter is from squadron VMO-6. Original photo is dated 3 October 1950, in which case it was probably taken during Marine Corps operations in the vicinity of Seoul, Korea. Note extensive "Quonset" hut facilities in the distance.

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Korean War.From left to right, Cpl. John T. Clark, Cpl. James E. Kishbough, Sgt. Frank C. Allen, Sgt. Theodore R. Liberty, and Cpl. William J. Bohmback prepare to advance along the Han River area, Korea, in their M4A3E8 tank during the offensive launched by the 5th RCT against the enemy forces in that area. U.S. Department of Defense photo

Painted to scare peasants in the Chinese and North Korean armies, an "Easy Eight" Sherman tank of the Tank Battalion advances along the Han River, Korea, February 1951

. GI\'s guarding an artillery outpost on Korea\'s west-central front on June 9, 1951 make sure the Chinese  will know they are facing U.S. soldiers . Standing guard under stars and stripes waving from a carbine are, left to right: Pvt. William Jones, Havre De Grace, Md.; Pfc. Roderick Fernandez, Laurelton, New York City; and Pfc. James Garrick, Dickinson, Ala. (AP Photo/Robert Schutz )

Photos: Remembering the Korean War

American GI’s guarding an artillery outpost on Korea’s west-central front make sure the Chinese know they are facing U.

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Korean War - Soldiers from the U. Infantry Division in action near the Ch'ongch'on River, 20 November 1950

330-PS-793-3: U.S. Army Radiophoto: Conflict in Korea. Mr. William J. Serald, (left), Chief of Diplomatic Secretary and Chairman of the Allied Council of Japan – HQ SCAP, take the Oath of Office Administered by Mr. James B. Pilcher, Consul General, upon the occasion of his appointment as political advisor to SCAP with the rank of ambassador. U.S. Army Photograph.

330-PS-793-3: U.S. Army Radiophoto: Conflict in Korea. Mr. William J. Serald, (left), Chief of Diplomatic Secretary and Chairman of the Allied Council of Japan – HQ SCAP, take the Oath of Office Administered by Mr. James B. Pilcher, Consul General, upon the occasion of his appointment as political advisor to SCAP with the rank of ambassador. U.S. Army Photograph.

Three soldiers of Company G., 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Division, swap their combat boots for the new 'Mickey Mouse' thermal boots at their installation 'somewhere in Korea' Nov. 22, 1952. The new thermal boots are an improvement over shoe-pacs issued last winter to troops in the Korean fighting. From left are: Pfc. Claude J. Williams, Kansas City, Mo.; M/Sgt. Charles E. Hawkins, of Havre de Grace, Md.; and Cpl. James E. Hobbs, of Rushtown, Ohio. (AP Photo)

Korean War Anniversary (AP) The war that began in Korea 60 years ago, on June a ghastly conflict that killed m.

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