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Colonel Lewis Puller reading the US Marine Corps Birthday Proclamation, Korea, 10 Nov 1950Crewmen of USS Badoeng Strait clearing snow from the flight deck, off Korea, 14 Nov 1950; note F4U-4B fighters of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-323Marine Col Chesty Puller commanding the 1st Marines in Korea, Nov 22, 1950.Truman
Colonel Lewis Puller reading the US Marine Corps Birthday Proclamation, Korea, 10 Nov 1950Crewmen of USS Badoeng Strait clearing snow from the flight deck, off Korea, 14 Nov 1950; note F4U-4B fighters of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-323Marine Col Chesty Puller commanding the 1st Marines in Korea, Nov 22, 1950.Truman's secretary's memo regarding the Truman-MacArthur meeting at Wake, 25 Nov 1950, page 1 of 4
TrumanTrumanTrumanDamaged frontal armor of a US M46 medium tank, Korea, 1950
Truman's secretary's memo regarding the Truman-MacArthur meeting at Wake, 25 Nov 1950, page 2 of 4Truman's secretary's memo regarding the Truman-MacArthur meeting at Wake, 25 Nov 1950, page 3 of 4Truman's secretary's memo regarding the Truman-MacArthur meeting at Wake, 25 Nov 1950, page 4 of 4Damaged frontal armor of a US M46 medium tank, Korea, 1950
US Marine Corps M1 mortar team during Battle of Chosin Reservoir near Koto-ri, Korea, Nov-Dec 1950USS Saint Paul bombarding communist positions at night near Hungnam, South Hamgyong Province, Korea, Dec 1950USS Saint Paul bombarding communist positions near Hungnam, South Hamgyong Province, Korea, Dec 1950F4U-4B Corsair fighters of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-323 being equipped with 12.7cm napalm canisters and HVAR rockets aboard USS Badoeng Strait off Korea, 1 Dec 1950
US Marine Corps M1 mortar team during Battle of Chosin Reservoir near Koto-ri, Korea, Nov-Dec 1950USS Saint Paul bombarding communist positions at night near Hungnam, South Hamgyong Province, Korea, Dec 1950USS Saint Paul bombarding communist positions near Hungnam, South Hamgyong Province, Korea, Dec 1950F4U-4B Corsair fighters of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-323 being equipped with 12.7cm napalm canisters and HVAR rockets aboard USS Badoeng Strait off Korea, 1 Dec 1950
US Marine Corps M26 Pershing heavy tank near an abandoned North Korean SU-76 self-propelled gun, Korea, 3 Dec 1950US Joint Chiefs of Staff communication regarding Harry TrumanUS Joint Chiefs of Staff communication regarding Harry TrumanMen of US 1st Marine Division with M26 Pershing tank near Chosin Reservoir, Korea, Dec 1950
US Marine Corps M26 Pershing heavy tank near an abandoned North Korean SU-76 self-propelled gun, Korea, 3 Dec 1950US Joint Chiefs of Staff communication regarding Harry Truman's order to limit press releases, 6 Dec 1950, page 1 of 2US Joint Chiefs of Staff communication regarding Harry Truman's order to limit press releases, 6 Dec 1950, page 2 of 2Men of US 1st Marine Division with M26 Pershing tank near Chosin Reservoir, Korea, Dec 1950
Turkish Brigade General Tahsin Yazıcı receiving the Silver Star medal from US Lieutenant General Walton Walker, Korea, 15 Dec 1950US President Harry Truman signing the proclamation declaring a national emergency, White House, Washington DC, United States, 16 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 A US Air Force forward air controller (right) speaking with a US Army tank commander (left) of a M26 Pershing medium tank, Korea, 1950s
Turkish Brigade General Tahsin Yazıcı receiving the Silver Star medal from US Lieutenant General Walton Walker, Korea, 15 Dec 1950US President Harry Truman signing the proclamation declaring a national emergency, White House, Washington DC, United States, 16 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' positionA US Air Force forward air controller (right) speaking with a US Army tank commander (left) of a M26 Pershing medium tank, Korea, 1950s

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