Remembering those who served and even gave their lives during the Korean War, inside the gates. A wreath laying ceremony on the Rock Island Arsenal this week not only provided a chance to reflect, but as Local 4's Emily Scarlett reports, it also ...
The Korean War soon erupted and, on Dec. 3, 1950, the Chinese Army captured Cpl. White - a part of G Company, 2nd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Division - during the Battle of Chosin Reservoir.
NEW YORK (AP) - The remains of a U.S. soldier from Long Island who died while in captivity during the Korean War have been identified and are being returned to New York for burial.
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LOCALS used a service at the Hamilton Hill Memorial Monument to pay tribute to the 18,000 Australians who served in the Korean War. Our country lost 339 Australians in what is often referred to as the Forgotten War, which was fought between 1950 and ...
The association heard Richard Mathers, 84, Korean War veteran, who lives in Ocean City, describe his experiences during that conflict.
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Korean War Veterans Herb Picker, of Monroe Township, left, and John Varallo, of Mays Landing, secure a flag during the Korean War Armistice ceremony, Wednesday July 27, 2016, at Brighton Park, adjacent to the New Jersey Korean War Memorial in ...
J. Thomas Cox Sr., 87, of Wilmington N.C. passed away on Monday, July 25, 2016, after a long struggle with COPD. He was born Aug. 31, 1928, in Monroe, N.C.
Stan Panting signed up to help ease a merchant-ship crew shortage in the latter days of World War II and made his way to board at the appointed time.
When a real estate agent found a grenade Tuesday while cleaning out a property near Hamburg, he thought it was a dummy. But one of his family members said it looked real.
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Commemorating the end of the Korean War on July 27, 1953, the Korean War Veterans Association held its annual “Remembering Our Veterans” evening at Fort Hood's Club Hood on Saturday.
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The map on The Chronicle's front page shows the seesaw nature of the war, with the Communist forces having pushed as far south as Taegu (now Daegu) before the battle returned to around the 38th Parallel, near where the countries remain bisected.