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US Army DUKW receiving supplies from a stores ship in Inchon Harbor, Korea, 12 Jun 1951Former Prime Minister Ben ChifleyCORONA satellite view of the remains of the primary runway of Soton Airfield, Caotun, Nantou, Taiwan, 18 Jun 1951Sponsor and official party at the launching ceremony of USS Tang (SS-563), Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 19 Jun 1951
US Army DUKW receiving supplies from a stores ship in Inchon Harbor, Korea, 12 Jun 1951Former Prime Minister Ben Chifley's casket laying in state under military guard, Kings Hall, Provisional Parliament House, Canberra, Australia, 15 Jun 1951CORONA satellite view of the remains of the primary runway of Soton Airfield, Caotun, Nantou, Taiwan, 18 Jun 1951Sponsor and official party at the launching ceremony of USS Tang (SS-563), Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine, United States, 19 Jun 1951
Japanese Admiral (ret.) and former Ambassador to United States Nomura shaking hands with American Rear Admiral Burke aboard cruiser Los Angeles in Japanese waters, 22 Jun 1951F4U-4 Corsair fighters preparing to launch from USS Boxer off Korea, Jul 1951M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle of B Battery, 300th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, US X Corps firing shells at North Korean defensive lines, 1 Jul 1951Corsair fighter prepared to take off from USS Boxer, off Korea, 6 Jul 1951
Japanese Admiral (ret.) and former Ambassador to United States Nomura shaking hands with American Rear Admiral Burke aboard cruiser Los Angeles in Japanese waters, 22 Jun 1951F4U-4 Corsair fighters preparing to launch from USS Boxer off Korea, Jul 1951M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle of B Battery, 300th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, US X Corps firing shells at North Korean defensive lines, 1 Jul 1951Corsair fighter prepared to take off from USS Boxer, off Korea, 6 Jul 1951
Lieutenant General James Van Fleet and Rear Admiral Arleigh Burke aboard cruiser Los Angeles, off Korea, 8 Jul 1951United Nations delegates to the Korean armistice negotiations: Rear Admiral Burke, Major General Cragie, Major General Paik, Vice Admiral Joy, General Ridgway, and Major Hodes. 10 Jul 1951Rear Admiral Burke surrounded by journalists after the Kaesong cease fire talks, Korea, 12 Jul 1951United Nations
Lieutenant General James Van Fleet and Rear Admiral Arleigh Burke aboard cruiser Los Angeles, off Korea, 8 Jul 1951United Nations delegates to the Korean armistice negotiations: Rear Admiral Burke, Major General Cragie, Major General Paik, Vice Admiral Joy, General Ridgway, and Major Hodes. 10 Jul 1951Rear Admiral Burke surrounded by journalists after the Kaesong cease fire talks, Korea, 12 Jul 1951United Nations' delegates Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy, Major General Henry I. Hodes, and Rear Admiral Arleigh A. Burke sitting at the steps of the 'UN House', Kaesong, Korea, 19 Jul 1951
Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding laying the foundation stone at the Battle of Britain Memorial Chapel at Biggin Hill, London, England, United Kingdom, 24 Jul 1951Senior US military officers saluting as Forrest ShermanEssex underway during her first Korean War deployment, circa Aug 1951-Mar 1952; note two F2H-2 Banshee fighters in foregroundF-51 Mustang fighters of US 18th Fighter Bomber Wing crossing over a river in North Korea, Aug 1951
Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding laying the foundation stone at the Battle of Britain Memorial Chapel at Biggin Hill, London, England, United Kingdom, 24 Jul 1951Senior US military officers saluting as Forrest Sherman's body arrived at Washington National Airport, Virginia, United States, 25 Jul 1951Essex underway during her first Korean War deployment, circa Aug 1951-Mar 1952; note two F2H-2 Banshee fighters in foregroundF-51 Mustang fighters of US 18th Fighter Bomber Wing crossing over a river in North Korea, Aug 1951
Major General Henry I. Hodes and Rear Admiral Arleigh A. Burke leaving the Marine Brigadier General Chesty Puller shines at a reunion of the 1st Marine Division, Aug 1951.Rear Admiral Burke reading outside his tent at the United NationsFord Island, Pearl Harbor shipyard, and Hickam Field, Oahu, Hawaii post-war, Aug 4, 1951. Note oil slick streaming from the sunken Arizona, upper left.
Major General Henry I. Hodes and Rear Admiral Arleigh A. Burke leaving the 'UN House', Kaesong, Korea, Aug 1951Marine Brigadier General Chesty Puller shines at a reunion of the 1st Marine Division, Aug 1951.Rear Admiral Burke reading outside his tent at the United Nations' Advanced Camp, Munsan-Ni, Korea, Aug 1951Ford Island, Pearl Harbor shipyard, and Hickam Field, Oahu, Hawaii post-war, Aug 4, 1951. Note oil slick streaming from the sunken Arizona, upper left.

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