Photos US and South Korean Forces

A Korean family flees as US tanks fire on North Korean positions during heavy street fighting to retake the South Korean capital. Second Battle of Seoul, September 1950.
A USMC M4A3 (105) Sherman with a dozer blade clears a North Korean T34-85 off the road near Obong-Ni on the Pusan perimeter. 1950
Pershing M-1 tanks crossing the Kumho River on the way to the Naktong River in Korea. 18 September, 1950.
Lieutenant Buzz Aldrin, 51st Fighter Interceptor Wing, in the cockpit of a North American Aviation F-86E Sabre after shooting down an enemy aircraft.
An artillery crew from the 24th Infantry Division checks their equipment near the Kum River during the Battle of Taejon. July 15, 1950.
A US soldier (Robert L. Witzig) with a 2.36-inch bazooka prepares to take aim at a North Korean tank during the Battle of Pyongtaek. On his right is Kenneth R. Shadrick, who was killed by North Korean tank-mounted machine gun fire seconds after this photograph was taken. 5 July 1950.
A B-29 of the 307th Bomb Group on a bombing run in 1951. By war's end the 307th had flown 5,810 combat sorties in 573 combat missions
Firing test for a B-26 Invader's twelve forward firing .50 cals prior to a night mission over North Korea in November 1952
Men of Co. E, 2nd Battalion, 7th Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, firing on North Korean patrols along the north bank of the Naktong River during the Battle of Taegu. August 1950
Medical corpsmen assist wounded infantrymen of the 31st Infantry Regiment, following the fight for Hill 598. October 1952.
First Lieutenant Baldomero Lopez, USMC, leads the 3rd Platoon, Company A, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines over the seawall on the northern side of Red Beach, Inchon, as the second assault wave lands, September 15, 1950. Lopez was killed just minutes after this photo was taken.

With his platoon 1st Lt. Lopez was engaged in the reduction of immediate enemy beach defences after landing with the assault waves. Exposing himself to hostile fire, he moved forward alongside a bunker and prepared to throw a hand grenade into the next pillbox whose fire was pinning down that sector of the beach. Taken under fire by an enemy automatic weapon and hit in the right shoulder and chest as he lifted his arm to throw, he fell backward and dropped the deadly missile. After a moment, he turned and dragged his body forward in an effort to retrieve the grenade and throw it. In critical condition from pain and loss of blood, and unable to grasp the hand grenade firmly enough to hurl it, he chose to sacrifice himself rather than endanger the lives of his men and, with a sweeping motion of his wounded right arm, cradled the grenade under him and absorbed the full impact of the explosion.
Paratroopers of the 187th Regimental Combat Team jump out of U.S. Air Force C-119 Flying Boxcars of the 403rd Troop Carrier Wing during a maneuver near Taegu, Korea, on November 1, 1952.
The last US tanks crossing Han River before being blown, part of a tactical withdrawal by UN Forces. The tank closest to the camera is an M24 Chaffee. January 4, 1951.
A grief stricken US infantryman whose buddy has been killed in action is comforted by another soldier. In the background a corpsman methodically fills out casualty tags. Haktong-ni area. August 28, 1950.
An M4 Sherman tank being loaded onto a barge at the port of Oakland, California, prior to shipment to Pusan, 1950.
120th Engineer Battalion, 45th Infantry Division, soldier erects a camouflage net over a road exposed to the Communist Forces, Korea. June 7, 1952.
A U.S. Army M39 assists U.S. Marines picking up casualties on 25 July 1953 during an attack against Hill 111, also known as "Boulder City", during the Battle of the Samichon River.
The Korean War. U.S. Marines return fire from North Korean snipers as they fight street to street in the South Korean Capital of Seoul. September 20, 1950.
South Korean communist partisans and collaborators captured in Damyang, Jeollanam-do in December 1951.

These guys have no future, any alleged involvement by SK civilians in Communist groups real or imagined was a quick one way trip to the execution grounds.
An M4 Sherman pushing a North Korean T-34/85 off the road at Obong-Ni. August 1950

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