US Army Collection Of Korean War Photos
The Forgotten War – A Gallery Of Combat Images From The 1950 To 1953 Korean War
The U.S. Army has uploaded a gallery of Korean War combat images, offering a rare look into the history of the military presence in South Korea that continues to this day.
The images, captured by the lenses of military and civilian cameramen, provide a in depth view of the 1950 to 1953 war, documenting the plight of Korea’s war stricken refugees.
Installation Management Command-Korea posted around 40 videos on YouTube and 147 still images on Flickr.
You can find more images at Flickr uploaded by US Army Korea – IMCOM.
The videos average 8 mins with most of them in two parts. So instead of hosting them in this article, here is a direct link to the YouTube – WarInKorea’s Channel.
MCOM-K spokesman Edward N. Johnson said:
“This collection of videos and still photographs really is a treasure trove of historical information about the Korean War and the years that followed,”
From these YouTube and Flickr sites, users will find direct links to other IMCOM-K sites that focus on military life for those stationed in Korea today.
“This gives them an opportunity to learn more about the Korean War,” said Johnson, ” but also … a chance to showcase some of the things that are going on in Korea or that we’ve already accomplished to support our soldiers and families.”
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