Engineers lay a single apron fence across the valley, north of Wonju, Korea, after members of the Antitank Mine Platoon, 187th AB RCT placed anti-personnel mines in that area. 17 Feb 1951.
Men of Company C, 3rd Engineer Combat Battalion, 24th US Infantry Division, prepare to blow away some debris near the 24th Division front in Korea. 7 Mar 1951.
An Engineer from the 3rd Engineer Battalion plants an anti-personnel mine on the side of a hill along the central Korean front. 26 Apr 1951.
A soldier from the 3rd Engineer Battalion records positions of mines as they are planted in Korea. 1 May 1951.
A demolition squad of Company A, 65th Engineer Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, place dynamite under the tracks of a burned out tank, under the supervision of the recovery platoon of C, 89th Tank Battalion, 25th Infantry Division. 14 Oct 1951.
Members of the 16th Reconnaissance Company, 1st Cavalry Division sets the fuses on a Daisy Chain of light anti-tank mines, northwest of Youchon. 10 Nov 1951.
Men of Company C, 3rd Engineer Combat Battalion, 24th US Infantry Division, operate a wagon drill, as thek prepare to blast a hillside. 6 Jan 1952.
Men of the 630th Engineer Light Equipment Company, prepare to blast away part of a hillside. 8 Feb 1952.