The War Began Here—June 25, 1950.
United Nations troops fighting in the streets of Seoul, Korea., 09/20/1950.Credit: National Archives
Marines of the First Marine Division pay their respects to fallen buddies during memorial services at the division’s cemetery at Hamhung, Korea, following the break-out from Chosin Reservoir., 12/13/1950.Credit: National Archives
Bitter Cold, Bitter Fight. Korean War, ca. 12/1950.Credit: National Archives
Men of the 19th Infantry Regiment work their way over the snowy mountains about 10 miles north of Seoul, Korea, attempting to locate the enemy lines and positions., 01/03/1951.Credit: National Archives
Private First Class Preston McKnight, 19th Infantry Regiment, uses his poncho to get protection from the biting wind and cold, in the Yoju area, Korea, during break in action against the Chinese Communist aggressors., 01/10/1951.Credit: National Archives
CALLIE OETTINGER was Command Posts’ first managing editor. Her interest in military history, policy and fiction took root when she was a kid, traveling and living the life of an Army Brat, and continues today.
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