Photos US and South Korean Forces

1951. US Navy Vought F-4U Corsairs and Douglas AD-4 Skyraiders prepare to take off on a strike from the USS Philippine Sea (CV-47).
Fighting with the 2nd Inf. Div. north of the Chongchon River, Sfc. Major Cleveland, weapons squad leader, points out Communist-led North Korean position to his machine gun crew. 20 November 1950.
An ROK officer points to a large globe as he lectures on the conflict to soldiers from X Corps Raider Company (aka the 8245th Army Unit) at headquarters in Chunju, Korea. 1 March 1951
Two M26 Pershings and one M4 Sherman of the 73rd Heavy Tank Battalion at Pusan (Busan) Docks. Late 1950.
An F-86E taking off from K-13 Suwon Air Base, piloted by Maj. William T. Whisner, a USAF jet ace with 5.5 "kills" in Korea.

F-86F Sabres of 36th Fighter-Bomber Squadron in K-13 Suwon AB, spring 1953.
Vought F4U-5N Corsair night fighter of Marine night fighter squadron VMF(N)-513 Flying Nightmares on the flight line at Wonsan, Korea. November 2, 1950.
U.S. prisoners released by South Korean troops who occupied Pyongyang on October 20, 1950
LCMs unloading on the Kalmo Pando beaches, at Wonsan, North Korea, with LVTs standing by to assist, 26 October 1950.
Armoured vehicles moving inland from the beaches, during the landing of the Seventh Infantry Division at Iwon, North Korea, circa late October 1950
Marines boarding USS Bayfield (APA-33) at Hungnam, for transportation out of North Korea. Note details of the Marines' packs. Man at left is carrying a Russian Mosin-Nagant carbine in addition to his M1. This photograph was released by Commander, Naval Forces Far East, under date of 20 December 1950.
An operation is performed on a wounded soldier at the 8209th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, 20 miles (32 km) from the front lines, 1952.
A Fifth Air Force photographic analyst carefully examines a recon photo to determine the location of enemy flak batteries to plan fighter-bomber attacks, 1952.
Men of Company D, 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd U.S. Infantry Division, fire their recoilless rifle at Chinese Communist position on Hill 200 near Qnmong-Myon, November 9, 1951.
Captain Chaplain Emil Joseph Kapaun (right) of the 3rd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, helps a soldier carry an exhausted trooper off the battlefield. Kapaun was taken prisoner during the Battle of Unsan in November 1950, and died in a POW camp on May 23, 1951.

In 2013, Kapaun posthumously received the Medal of Honor for his actions in Korea. He is the ninth American military chaplain Medal of Honor recipient.
ROK M36 tank destroyers providing fire support, Oct 1952.
Crew of an M24 Chaffee along the Naktong River, South Korea. On the ground, Pfc. Rudolph Dotts, Egg Harbor City, N.J. gunner; Pvt. Maynard Linaweaver, Lundsburg, Kansas, cannoneer; and Pfc. Hugh Goodwin, Decature, Miss., tank commander, 24th Reconnaissance, 24th Division. 17 August 1950
Gun crew of the 64th Field Artillery Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, fire a 105mm howitzer on North Korean positions near Uirson, South Korea, August 27, 1950
M26 Pershing and M4A3(105) tanks of 1st Platoon, C Company, 1st Tank Battalion near Hongchon during Operation Ripper, 14 March 1951.

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