“In October 1951 Operation Polecharge was launched to seize a few hills south of the Wyoming Line, still held by the Communists. As a result of the six-mile advance the badly-mauled US 1st Cavalry Division was withdrawn to Japan for refitting.”
Chinese soldiers stormed a hill under heavy bombardment. Photo is hard to verify if it was taken at the time of action as survival rate was pretty grim.
Chinese Cultural Workers in the Korean War, 1950-54 / Singing to Marching Troops. 为鼓舞志愿军战士士气，部队在行军的时候，志愿军女战士在一旁打快板，说唱着顺口溜
The Philippine Expeditionary Force to Korea (PEFTOK): 1950-1955: ONE OF THE FIRST TO FIGHT FOR FREEDOM / Solace in the face of death. At the foot of a sand bagged altar, the Roman Catholic men of PEFTOK attend mass at the county of Chorwon in North Korea before committing themselves to battle in the Korean War.
‘Unimaginable bravery’: How 700 Canadian soldiers defeated 5,000 enemy troops in the forgotten battle of Kapyong - Members of the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry wade a river in the Kapyong Valley near Seoul, Korea. The Canadians stopped an invading force that outnumbered them seven to one.
Tanks on Road South of Koto-ri, 1950 "Tanks on the road south of Koto-ri. Note prisoners passing tanks." From the Oliver P. Smith Collection (COLL/213), Marine Corps Archives & Special Collections OFFICIAL USMC PHOTOGRAPH
Two light machine gunners cover men of the 187th RCT as they go up a ridge on Hill 451, north of Inje, Korea, while F-80's strafe the village. 1 June 1951. Korea. Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-17706 (Turner)
"All bundled up in leather jacket, khaki pants and boots,Marilyn Monroe is helped from a General Patton tank in which she got a ride to the Fortieth Division to stage a show for troops in Korea." February 22, 1954. Herald Examiner.