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British-Malayan policemen talking to a civilian, Malaya, 23 Apr 1949; note Sten gun3-inch guns in the stern gun tubs aboard the USS Essex, circa 1950.Chinese communist troops operating a DShK M1938 heavy machine gun as an anti-aircraft weapon, post-WW2US Mk 2 fragmentation hand grenade, 1950s
British-Malayan policemen talking to a civilian, Malaya, 23 Apr 1949; note Sten gun3-inch guns in the stern gun tubs aboard the USS Essex, circa 1950.Chinese communist troops operating a DShK M1938 heavy machine gun as an anti-aircraft weapon, post-WW2US Mk 2 fragmentation hand grenade, 1950s
Malayan policeman with Sten gun at the police station in Pengkalan Kubor, Malaya, 22 Jul 1950United States Army 105mm Howitzer M2A1 firing, Korea, 22 Jul 1950African-American US Army 105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew in Korea, 25 Jul 1950US Army 105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew firing their weapon in Korea, 26 Jul 1950
Malayan policeman with Sten gun at the police station in Pengkalan Kubor, Malaya, 22 Jul 1950United States Army 105mm Howitzer M2A1 firing, Korea, 22 Jul 1950African-American US Army 105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew in Korea, 25 Jul 1950US Army 105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew firing their weapon in Korea, 26 Jul 1950
US Army 105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew preparing to fire, Korea, 1950African-American 105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew of Battery A, US 159th Field Artillery Battalion firing their weapon near Uirson, Korea, 24 Aug 1950105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew of 64th Field Artillery Battalion, US 25th Infantry Division near Uirson, Korea, 27 Aug 1950General Frank E. Lowe inspecting a captured Soviet M-42 anti-tank gun near Miryang, Korea, 6 Sep 1950
US Army 105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew preparing to fire, Korea, 1950African-American 105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew of Battery A, US 159th Field Artillery Battalion firing their weapon near Uirson, Korea, 24 Aug 1950105mm Howitzer M2A1 crew of 64th Field Artillery Battalion, US 25th Infantry Division near Uirson, Korea, 27 Aug 1950General Frank E. Lowe inspecting a captured Soviet M-42 anti-tank gun near Miryang, Korea, 6 Sep 1950
US Marines inspecting captured Soviet-made North Korean weapons, near Naktong River, Korea, 15 sep 1950US Marines fighting in Korea, 20 Sep 1950; note M1 CarbinesUS Marine Corps M1 mortar team during Battle of Chosin Reservoir near Koto-ri, Korea, Nov-Dec 1950US Marines guarding 2 North Korean prisoners aboard a transport ship which was probably traveling from Hungnam to Busan, Korea, late Dec 1950; note M1 Garand rifle with safety at
US Marines inspecting captured Soviet-made North Korean weapons, near Naktong River, Korea, 15 sep 1950US Marines fighting in Korea, 20 Sep 1950; note M1 CarbinesUS Marine Corps M1 mortar team during Battle of Chosin Reservoir near Koto-ri, Korea, Nov-Dec 1950US Marines guarding 2 North Korean prisoners aboard a transport ship which was probably traveling from Hungnam to Busan, Korea, late Dec 1950; note M1 Garand rifle with safety at 'off' position
American soldier operating a M18 recoilless gun on a hill in Korea, 1950-1953Men of US 5th Cavalry Regiment studying a captured Soviet M-42 anti-tank gun, Waegwan, Korea, early 1950sUS military mail truck at Haneda Air Base, Tokyo, Japan, 1951Lewis Puller inspecting a groop of Marines, 26 Jan 1951
American soldier operating a M18 recoilless gun on a hill in Korea, 1950-1953Men of US 5th Cavalry Regiment studying a captured Soviet M-42 anti-tank gun, Waegwan, Korea, early 1950sUS military mail truck at Haneda Air Base, Tokyo, Japan, 1951Lewis Puller inspecting a groop of Marines, 26 Jan 1951

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