The U.S. suffered over 33,000 battle deaths during the Korean War, often called “The Forgotten War.” Men of the U.S. 1st Marine Division entrenched on Vegas Hill in 1953 rush wounded to a tiny landing strip at left where they were to be picked up by helicopter for evacuation to a rear hospital. Men in right foreground are manning a machine gun for protection of the landing area.
The U.S. suffered over 33,000 battle deaths during the Korean War, often called “The Forgotten War.” Men of the U.S. 1st Marine Division entrenched on Vegas Hill in 1953 rush wounded to a tiny landing strip at left where they were to be picked up by helicopter for evacuation to a rear hospital. Men in right foreground are manning a machine gun for protection of the landing area. GS Associated Press
The U.S. suffered over 33,000 battle deaths during the Korean War, often called “The Forgotten War.” Men of the U.S. 1st Marine Division entrenched on Vegas Hill in 1953 rush wounded to a tiny landing strip at left where they were to be picked up by helicopter for evacuation to a rear hospital. Men in right foreground are manning a machine gun for protection of the landing area. GS Associated Press

Remembering the Tiger Death March in Korea

May 26, 2016 04:32 PM