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Infantry of the 25th Division advance in central Korea in late March, 1951.

Infantry of the Division advance Infantry of the Division advance in central Korea in late March, (U.

“Fiery Destroyer—As the First Marine Division advances in Korea, the flamethrower is used to deny communist infiltrators a hiding place.” 5 May 1951

“Fiery Destroyer—As the First Marine Division advances in Korea, the flamethrower is used to deny communist infiltrators a hiding place.” 5 May 1951 From the Photograph Collection Marine Corps Archives & Special Collections OFFICIAL USMC PHOTO

Artillerymen, from the 2nd Infantry Division, load their 105-mm M101A1 howitzer, circa September 1950.

Artillerymen, from the Infantry Division, load their howitzer, circa September

79th Infantry Division

United States Army troops passing through dragon’s teeth on the Siegfried Line in

Infantry of the 19th Regiment, 24th Division, in retreat 10 miles south of Seoul, Jan. 3, 1951. (U.S. Army photo)

Infantry of the Regiment, Division, retreat ten miles south of Seoul on January

Men of the 9th Infantry Regiment climb a steep slope on Bloody Ridge

5 September 1951 - Men of the Infantry Regiment, Division, climb a steep slope on Bloody Ridge. This regiment suffered severe casualties in this and the subsequent Heartbreak Ridge battles.

THE KOREAN WAR 1950 - 1953 The Mortar Platoon, Weapons Company, Netherlands Battalion, 2nd US Infantry Division, fires on the enemy positions with 81mm mortars.

THE KOREAN WAR 1950 - 1953 The Mortar Platoon, Weapons Company, Netherlands Battalion, US Infantry Division, fires on the enemy positions with mortars.

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