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Crewman operates a winch on board USS Mockingbird (AMS-27) during mine clearance operations off Wonsan, North Korea. The ship's name is seen on a lifering mounted on the bulwark in the lower right. Original photo is dated 14 November 1950.

Korean War Minesweeping Crewman operates a winch on board USS Mockingbird during mine clearance operations off Wonsan, North Korea. The ship's name is seen on a lifering mounted on the bulwark in the lower right. Original photo is dated 14 November

Korean War Minesweeping    Crewman operates a winch on board USS Mockingbird (AMS-27) during mine clearance operations off Wonsan, North Korea. The ship's name is seen on a lifering mounted on the bulwark in the lower right. Original photo is dated 14 November 1950.    Official U.S. Navy Photograph, National Archives.    NOTE: This image appears to be a double exposure, producing minor disfigurement, mainly at the right.

Korean War Minesweeping Crewman operates a winch on board USS Mockingbird during mine clearance operations off Wonsan, North Korea. The ship's name is seen on a lifering mounted on the bulwark in the lower right. Original photo is dated 14 November

USS Jenkins (DD-447), Fletcher-class destroyer. She remained on the West Coast through the duration of the war. The battle-scarred destroyer decommissioned May 1946. The outbreak of the Korean War necessitated additional naval strength to maintain America's worldwide commitments. Jenkins recommissioned as DDE-447 on 2 November 1951. Jenkins received 14 battle stars for World War II service and 1 star for Korean War service.

USS Jenkins (DD-447), Fletcher-class destroyer. She remained on the West Coast through the duration of the war. The battle-scarred destroyer decommissioned May 1946. The outbreak of the Korean War necessitated additional naval strength to maintain America's worldwide commitments. Jenkins recommissioned as DDE-447 on 2 November 1951. Jenkins received 14 battle stars for World War II service and 1 star for Korean War service.

Honoring Veterans on Veterans Day - Let's never forget all they've done, given, and sacrificed for our freedom.

Joseph Ambrose, an World War I veteran, attends the dedication day parade for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in holding the flag that covered the casket of his son, who was killed in the Korean War (Veterans Day)

Abenaki Tribe - Roach (headdress) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Abenaki, pronounced AB-eh-nah-kee, can be translated from the Algonquian language as “those living at the sunrise,” “people of the dawn land,” or “easterners.

Dickey Chapelle (March 14, 1919 - November 4, 1965) - female war correspondent - photographer - She became the first female war correspondent to be killed in Vietnam, as well as, the first American female reporter to be killed in action

Dickey Chapelle (March 1919 - November - female war correspondent - photographer - She became the first female war correspondent to be killed in Vietnam, as well as, the first American female reporter to be killed in action

USS BADOENG STRAIT (CVE-116). USSBadoeng Strait (CVE-116). Crewmen clear snow from the carrier's flight deck, during operations off the Korean coast, 14 November 1950. 8X10 PHOTO. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center. | eBay!

USS BADOENG STRAIT USSBadoeng Strait Crewmen clear snow from the carrier's flight deck, during operations off the Korean coast, 14 November PHOTO. Official U. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center.

Lewis Millett Sr. Born December 15, 1920, Mechanic Falls, Maine  Died November 14, 2009 (aged 88), Loma Linda, California   Lewis Lee Millett Sr. (December 15, 1920 – November 14, 2009) was a United States Army officer who received the Medal of Honor during the Korean War for leading the last major American bayonet charge.

Lewis Millett Sr. Born December 15, 1920, Mechanic Falls, Maine Died November 14, 2009 (aged 88), Loma Linda, California Lewis Lee Millett Sr. (December 15, 1920 – November 14, 2009) was a United States Army officer who received the Medal of Honor during the Korean War for leading the last major American bayonet charge.

Dr. Arthur Duperrault had always promised his family they would one day go sailing. That day finally followed around on 8 November, 1961, when Arthur, his wife, Jean, and their three children, 14-year-old Brian, 11-year-old Terry Jo, and 7-year-old Renee, departed Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to sail to the Bahamas. Also in attendance was WWII and Korean War veteran, Julian Harvey and his wife, Mary Dene. Julian was there to skipper the yacht.   The trip started as an idyllic getaway,

Dr. Arthur Duperrault had always promised his family they would one day go sailing. That day finally followed around on 8 November, 1961, when Arthur, his wife, Jean, and their three children, 14-year-old Brian, 11-year-old Terry Jo, and 7-year-old Renee, departed Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to sail to the Bahamas. Also in attendance was WWII and Korean War veteran, Julian Harvey and his wife, Mary Dene. Julian was there to skipper the yacht. The trip started as an idyllic getaway,

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