KOREA - 1951
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Photo:  Troops of Heavy Mortar Co., 32nd Regiment, 7th Division, move into position in a pass between Punggi and Tanyang, Korea.

SC356283 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Their job to blast Communist-held positions in Defilade, troops of Heavy Mortar Co., 32nd Regiment, 7th Division, move into position in a pass between Punggi and Tanyang, Korea.
8 January 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-787 (Elkins)

SC358007 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Pfc. Miles Adair of Leon, Io, (left) and Sgt. Norbert Brzycki of Chicago, Ill., infantrymen of the 5th RCT, dig in on a hill captured from the Chinese Communist forces overlooking the Han River, Korea, as UN troops continue their offensive in the area.
7 February 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #FEC-51-3582 (Chang)

Photo:  Pfc. Miles Adair of Leon, Io, (left) and Sgt. Norbert Brzycki of Chicago, Ill., infantrymen of the 5th RCT, dig in on a hill.
Photo:  Waiting for the counterattack, these men of the 19th Infantry Regiment, 24th Division, dig in.

SC358067 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Waiting for the counterattack, these men of the 19th Infantry Regiment, 24th Division, dig in after taking a Chinese-held hill along the Han River, Korea, above Ichon. The photographer who snapped this picture was hit by Chinese Communist fire a few minutes later.
10 February 1951.  Korea. 
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-3526 (Watson)

SC359740 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Captain J. W. Finley of Hazelhurst, Ga., Co. F, 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, although suffering from severe neck and face wounds as a result of an exploding Chinese grenade, braces himself upright between two jeeps and refuses to leave until he has finished directing first aid treatment and evacuation of wounded men of his company.
22 February 1951.  Korea.

Photo: Captain J. W. Finley of Hazelhurst, Ga.
Photo:  A soldier of the 35th Regiment, 25th U.S. Infantry Division, goes aboard a tank to be evacuated to rear areas after he was wounded by mortar fire.

SC360051 - KOREAN CONFLICT
A soldier of the 35th Regiment, 25th U.S. Infantry Division, goes aboard a tank to be evacuated to rear areas after he was wounded by mortar fire.
7 March 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-6715 (McDonald)

SC360244 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Men of Co. K, 35th RCT, 25th Division, fire a light machine gun in support of a rifle platoon attacking Chinese Communist positions north of the Han River, Korea.
7 March 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-6722 (Fox)

Photo:  Men of Co. K, 35th RCT, 25th Division, fire a light machine gun.
Photo:  Men of Battery B, 15th AAA Battalion, 7th Infantry Division, fire quadruple .50 caliber machine guns.

SC361222 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Men of Battery B, 15th AAA Battalion, 7th Infantry Division, fire quadruple .50 caliber machine guns from an M-16 at Chinese Communist-held positions, as men of the 3rd Battalion, 32nd RCT, 7th Inf. Div., prepare to launch an attack north of Chae-jae, Korea.
12 March 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #X/FEC-51-7416 (Hunkins, Jr.)

SC361860 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Elements of the 15th RCT, 3rd Infantry Division, fire upon Communist dug-in positions on a hill near the village of Uijong-bu, Korea.
23 March 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-9343 (Welter)

Photo:  Elements of the 15th RCT, 3rd Infantry Division, fire upon Communist dug-in positions.
Photo:  Lieutenant Ralph Barnes of Arlington, Va., platoon leader, 1st Platoon, Co. C, 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, throws a hand grenade.

SC365263 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Lieutenant Ralph Barnes of Arlington, Va., platoon leader, 1st Platoon, Co. C, 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, throws a hand grenade at Chinese Communist positions, as UN troops launch an offensive attack against the Communist near Uijong-Bu, Korea.
23 March 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-9245 (Welter)

SC363023 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Pfc. Jack Lee of Wichita, Kan. (left), and Cpl. Joseph W. Thomas of Honolulu, T.H., fire their machine gun on Communist positions as United Nations forces attack a hill, three miles south of the 38th Parallel.
31 March 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #FEC/51-10169 (Chang)

Photo:  Pfc. Jack Lee of Wichita, Kan. (left), and Cpl. Joseph W. Thomas of Honolulu, T.H., fire their machine gun.
Photo:  A 57-mm recoilless rifle team opens fire at a Chinese position.

SC365341 - KOREAN CONFLICT
A 57-mm recoilless rifle team opens fire at a Chinese position three miles south of the 38th Parallel in Korea.
31 March 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #FEC-51-10111 (Chang)

SC364803 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Tractors of the 196th Field Artillery, U.S. Eighth Army, pull 155-mm guns through a detour near the town of Tari-Gol, Korea, in their advance towards the 38th Parallel.
8 April 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #X/FEC-51-11067 (Ruplenas)

Photo:  Tractors of the 196th Field Artillery, U.S. Eighth Army, pull 155-mm guns through a detour.
Photo:  Men of Battery A, 17th Field Artillery Battalion, EUSAK, cover their ears as unit leader gives the signal for firing the 8-inch howitzer.

SC363702 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Men of Battery A, 17th Field Artillery Battalion, EUSAK, cover their ears as unit leader gives the signal for firing the 8-inch howitzer, north of Chunchon, Korea.
9 April 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-12047 (Buck)

SC365014 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Men of the 3rd U.S. Rangers, 3rd Infantry Division, advance north of the Imjim River across the 38th Parallel in Korea, while under heavy mortar fire from the Chinese Communists.
11 April 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-11374 (Welter)

Photo:  Men of the 3rd U.S. Rangers, 3rd Infantry Division, advance north of the Imjim River.
Photo:  Men of the 3rd Ranger Company, 3rd Infantry Division, adjust their gear before undertaking a dawn patrol.

SC365634 - KOREAN CONFLICT
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)

SC365635 - KOREAN CONFLICT
A squad of the 3rd Ranger Co., 3rd Infantry Division, moves out of assembly area to probe Chinese Communist territory north of the Imjin River, Korea.
17 April 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-12906 (Welter)

Photo:  A squad of the 3rd Ranger Co., 3rd Infantry Division, moves out of assembly area.
Photo:  Cpl. Thomas E. Bullis of Troy, N.Y., gunner, and Pfc. Charles R. Gilman of Peroria, Ill., assistant gunner, fire their 57-mm recoilless rifle at a Chinese Communist pillbox.

SC365424 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Cpl. Thomas E. Bullis of Troy, N.Y., gunner, and Pfc. Charles R. Gilman of Peroria, Ill., assistant gunner, fire their 57-mm recoilless rifle at a Chinese Communist pillbox during action against the Communist forces at the bottom of Hill860, near Kaoch/Eang-ni, Korea.
24 April 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #X/FEC-51-13581 (Ruplenas)

SC365569 - KOREAN CONFLICT
A machine gun crew gives supporting fire to UN troops as they withdrew from Hill 412 south of the Imjin River after a fierce battle with Communist-led Chinese forces.
26 April 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-13488 (Solivan)

Photo:  A machine gun crew gives supporting fire to UN troops as they withdrew from Hill 412.
Photo:  Chinese Communist fortifications and camouflage used to prvent aerial detection.

SC365738 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Chinese Communist fortifications and camouflage used to prvent aerial detection.
April 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-13738 

SC366436 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Dust and smoke rise after a 8-inch howitzer of the 96th Field Artillery Battalion, X Corps, let loose with a 200-lb projectile along the central Korean front.
6 May 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #X/FEC-51-14986 (Dunn)

Photo:  Dust and smoke rise after a 8-inch howitzer of the 96th Field Artillery Battalion, X Corps, let loose with a 200-lb projectile.
Photo:  A .50 caliber machine gun gives covering fire for Greek troops of the 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division.

SC366514 - KOREAN CONFLICT
A .50 caliber machine gun gives covering fire for Greek troops of the 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, as they advance on a Communist-held position north of Uijongbu, Korea.
9 May 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-15051 (Wyatt)

SC368494 - KOREAN CONFLICT
155-mm howitzers of the 82nd Field Artillery Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division, made the Communist keep their distance by pouring shells into their lines from the backyard of the Capitol Building, Seoul, Korea.
20 May 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-16239 (Myers)

Photo:  155-mm howitzers of the 82nd Field Artillery Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division, made the Communist keep their distance.
Photo:  Men of Company "A", 31st Infantry Regiment, 7th U.S. Infantry Division, fire from 57-mm recoilless rifles and .30 caliber machine guns.

SC368660 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Men of Company "A", 31st Infantry Regiment, 7th U.S. Infantry Division, fire from 57-mm recoilless rifles and .30 caliber machine guns on the Communist-held Hill 257, near T'Omok-Kol, Korea.
24 May 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-17718 (Sabater)

SC369051 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Their drive to the 38th Parallel stalled temporarily, men of the 3rd Division Reconnaissance Company dig in for the night on the east central front, Korea.
28 May 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-17966 (Shipley)

Photo:  Men of the 3rd Division Reconnaissance Company dig in for the night.
Photo:  Two light machine gunners cover men of the 187th RCT.

SC368952 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Two light machine gunners cover men of the 187th RCT as they go up a ridge on Hill 451, north of Inje, Korea, while F-80's strafe the village.
1 June 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-17706 (Turner)

SC369397 - KOREAN CONFLICT
A gun crew from Company "A", 90th Field Artillery Battalion, 24th U.S. Infantry Division, fires a 155-mm  howitzer at Communist positions in the Kojongchon sector, eight miles above the 38th Parallel.
3 June 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-18646 (Hildreth)

Photo:  A gun crew from Company "A", 90th Field Artillery Battalion, 24th U.S. Infantry Division, fires a 155-mm  howitzer.
Photo:  Cannoneers of Battery A, 17th Field Artillery Battalion, U.S. Eighth Army, Reload their 8-inch howitzer.

SC369802 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Cannoneers of Battery A, 17th Field Artillery Battalion, U.S. Eighth Army, Reload their 8-inch howitzer after firing on Chinese Communist positions in support of infantry units south of Chorwon, Korea.
10 June 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-19240

SC370662 - KOREAN CONFLICT
A wounded man of the 17th Infantry Regiment, 7th Division, is evacuated from Hill 657 near Sanghoenchon, Korea, after having been hit by a grenade.
11 June 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-19826 (McBurnett)

Photo:  A wounded man of the 17th Infantry Regiment, 7th Division, is evacuated from Hill 657.
Photo:  Lt. Gen. William M. Hoge, Commanding General, U.S. IX Corps, left, holds the lanyard which will fire the 75,000th shell to be fired by the corps since the start of the conflict in Korea.

SC371824 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Lt. Gen. William M. Hoge, Commanding General, U.S. IX Corps, left, holds the lanyard which will fire the 75,000th shell to be fired by the corps since the start of the conflict in Korea.  Brig. Gen. William N. Gillmore, Commanding General, Corps Artilllery, stands to the right of General Hoge.  This day also marked the end of the first year fighting in Korea.
25 June 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-21800 (Ecker)

SC373025 - KOREAN CONFLICT
An 8-inch howitzer crew of Battery A, 96th Field Artillery Battalion, fires at Communist positions near Yanggau, Korea.
25 June 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #X/FEC-51-21987 (McKinney)

Photo:  An 8-inch howitzer crew of Battery A, 96th Field Artillery Battalion, fires at Communist positions near Yanggau, Korea.
Photo:  A 105-mm  self-propelled howitzer, manned by five soldiers from Cody, Wyo., speeds another projectile into Red lines. 

SC372664 - KOREAN CONFLICT
A 105-mm  self-propelled howitzer, manned by five soldiers from Cody, Wyo., speeds another projectile into Red lines.  The men, all Cannoneers in B Battery, 300th Armored Field Artillery battalion X Corps, are (L-R); Sergeant First Classs Allen J. Helms, Chief of Section; Corporal Joseph Stair, Gunner; Sergeant Richard N. Null, Lanyard Man; Corporal Robert C. Smith, Cannoner.
1 July 1951
Signal Corps Photo #X/FEC-51-22729 (Durcansky)

SC372742 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Hit in the back during a grenade duel, Corporal Dominick F. Zegarelli, (Utica, N.Y.) Company L, 7th Regimental Combat Team, U.S. 3rd Infantry Division, waits for evacuation, while other members of his platoon rest.
3 July 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-23550 (Brigham)

Photo:  Hit in the back during a grenade duel, Corporal Dominick F. Zegarelli, (Utica, N.Y.) Company L, 7th Regimental Combat Team, U.S. 3rd Infantry Division, waits for evacuation, while other members of his platoon rest.
Photo:  Cpl. Sam Ayala of Niles, Calif., Co. L, 7th RCT, U.S.3rd Infantry Division, waits for medical evacuation from Hill 717.

SC373174 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Cpl. Sam Ayala of Niles, Calif., Co. L, 7th RCT, U.S.3rd Infantry Division, waits for medical evacuation from Hill 717, Cpl. Ayala was wounded while engaged in a bitter grenade battle with deeply entrenched Chinese Communism.
3 July 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-23541 (Brigham)

SC373298 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Company "M", 7th RCT, U.S. 3rd Infantry Division machine gunners, watch for the movements of Communists forces, as artillery lands on Hill 717, one of the objectives of "Operation Doughnut".
3 July 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-23564 (Brigham)

Photo:  Company "M", 7th RCT, U.S. 3rd Infantry Division machine gunners, watch for the movements of Communists forces, as artillery lands on Hill 717, one of the objectives of "Operation Doughnut".
Photo:  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.

SC373303 - KOREAN CONFLICT
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)

SC375424 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Sgt. Douglas D. Tompkins of Jud, North Dakota, Tank Company, 5th RCT, 24th U.S. Infantry Division, fires a .50 caliber machine gun at Communist-held positions during an assault against the Chinese Communist forces along the east central front, Korea.
14 July 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-255588

Photo:  Sgt. Douglas D. Tompkins of Jud, North Dakota, Tank Company, 5th RCT, 24th U.S. Infantry Division, fires a .50 caliber machine gun.
Photo:  1st Lt. Dowll Hudson, Co. C, 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, stops to rest on his way to the aid station. 

SC376718 - KOREAN CONFLICT
1st Lt. Dowll Hudson, Co. C, 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, stops to rest on his way to the aid station.  With pain in his face after a six-hour walk on a wounded leg, Lt. Hudson refused a strecher because "others need it worse than I".  Hw was wounded in the attack on Hill 1171.
26 July 1951. Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-27648 (Mullin)

SC376124 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Cpl. Bill Miller of Trenton, New Jersey, and Sgy. Clifford Meli of Jamestown, New York, members of Company "M", Heavy Weapons, attached to Company "I", 5th RCT, 24th U.S. Infantry Division, blast Communist-held positions from their .50 caliber machine gun post, during action against the Chinese Communist forces, near Chiper-ri, Korea.
3 August 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-28453 (Wegner)

Photo:  Cpl. Bill Miller of Trenton, New Jersey, and Sgy. Clifford Meli of Jamestown, New York, members of Company
Photo:  An 8-inch howitzer of Battery B, 720th Field Artillery Battalion, U.S. X Corps, fires at the Chinese Communists near Yanggu, Korea.

SC378301 - KOREAN CONFLICT
An 8-inch howitzer of Battery B, 720th Field Artillery Battalion, U.S. X Corps, fires at the Chinese Communists near Yanggu, Korea, in support of the 36th Regiment, 5th ROK Infantry Division.
21 August 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-30746 (Gryez)

SC383757 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Men of Battery C, 936th Field Artillery Battalion, U.S. Eighth Army, fire the 100,001st and 100,002d shell at Chinese Communist position near Choriwon, Korea.
10 October 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-39822 (Kostner)

Photo: Men of Battery C, 936th Field Artillery Battalion, U.S. Eighth Army, fire the 100,001st and 100,002d shell at Chinese Communist position near Choriwon, Korea.
Photo:  Showing the entrance to his bunker at the edge of crater caused by an enemy mortar shell is Corporal George C. Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, Company L, 3rd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st U.S. Cavalry Division.

SC382567 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Showing the entrance to his bunker at the edge of crater caused by an enemy mortar shell is Corporal George C. Brown, Boston, Massachusetts, Company L, 3rd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st U.S. Cavalry Division.
17 October 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-37983 (Davis)

SC385162 - KOREAN CONFLICT
Powder smoke and dust billow as a recoilless rifle team of Co. D, 7th infantry Regiment, 3rd U.S. Infantry Division, fire their weapon at Chinese Communist  positition on Hill 200 near Qnmong-Myon, Korea.
9 November 1951.  Korea.
Signal Corps Photo #8A/FEC-51-41144 (Scheinker)

Photo:  Powder smoke and dust billow as a recoilless rifle team of Co. D, 7th infantry Regiment, 3rd U.S. Infantry Division, fire their weapon at Chinese Communist  positition on Hill 200 near Qnmong-Myon, Korea.

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