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While units of the U.S. Far East Air Forces Combat Cargo Command made an all out effort to aid embattled units of the First Marine Division and Seventh Infantry Division, the men fighting in Korea were trying desperately to link up in thier battle for survival. These Marines are shown moving on to the link-up point.

Korean War Pictures: Korean War Pictures - Marines in the Snow

Pictured are Soldiers of the300th Armored Field Artillery Battalion resting after combat in Korea, during the Korean War. The 300th AFA was a Wyoming Army National Guard unit deployed to the Korean War in February 1951, entered combat in May 1951, and released from active federal service in September 1954. The unit was awarded some of the nation’s highest awards, to now include the Navy and Marine Corps Presidential Unit Citation, as of Sept. 13, 2010.

Pictured are Soldiers of the300th Armored Field Artillery Battalion resting after combat in Korea, during the Korean War. The 300th AFA was a Wyoming Army National Guard unit deployed to the Korean War in February 1951, entered combat in May 1951, and released from active federal service in September 1954. The unit was awarded some of the nation’s highest awards, to now include the Navy and Marine Corps Presidential Unit Citation, as of Sept. 13, 2010.

Men of the 3rd Ranger Company, 3rd Infantry Division, adjust their gear before undertaking a dawn patrol across the Imjin River, Korea.   17 April 1951. Korea.   Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-12902 (Welter)

airbornebear: “ Rangers of the Ranger Company, attached to the Infantry Division, adjust their gear before undertaking a dawn patrol across the Imjin River, Korea.

Returning from an assault on Hill 717, men of Company "L", 7th RCT, 3rd Infantry Division, help a wounded buddy onto a strecher for evacuation to an aid station.  3 July 1951.  Korea.  Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-23568 (Brigham)

Men of the Infantry Division helping a wounded comrade onto a stretcher for July 1951

dogatemytank:    1950  US Marines, Chosin Reservoir, Korea

November 1950 - The Marines encounter and defeat Chinese Communist Forces in four days of fierce fighting at Sudong. The Chinese break contact and retreat northward.

Korean War Military Units - Netherlands, a Dutch soldier arriving with all his equipment

ourforgottenwars: “ A Dutch soldier arriving with all his equipment in Korea ” My uncle Johan “John” van Bronkhorst was one of the Dutch soldiers detached to the US Infantry division. He is my hero but sadly passed away March I miss.

Division tank crewmen at Sukchon, North Korea, during the Korean War ... Many troops are on a M-24 Chaffey light tank.

Newly landed U. paratroopers greet Cavalry Division tank crewmen at Sukchon, North Korea, 1950

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