*  3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment - Wikipedia
3 RAR was initially formed in 1945 as the 67th Battalion and has seen active service in Japan, Korea, Malaya, South Vietnam, ... The battalion formed part of the 27th Commonwealth Brigade and took part in the United Nations offensive into North Korea and ... 3 RAR remained in Korea until the war ended in 1953, sustaining total casualties of 231 men killed. Upon return to Australia in ... Many of the 3RAR casualties remain buried at the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Busan, Korea. Amongst them are and George ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3rd_Battalion,_Royal_Australian_Regiment
*  RAF battle honours - Wikipedia
Korea 1950-1953. Limited to the three RAF Sunderland flying boat squadrons which flew patrols during the Korean War but were ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAF_battle_honours
*  Australian Army during World War II - Wikipedia
"1st Battalion Royal Australian Regiment". Korea, 1950-1953 units. Australian War Memorial. Archived from the original on 6 ... ISBN 0-7081-1345-1. Long, Gavin (1953). Greece, Crete and Syria. Australia in the War of 1939-1945. Series 1 - Army. Volume 2. ... of units had been committed to the fighting on the Korean peninsula following the outbreak of the Korean War on 25 June 1950. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Army_during_World_War_II
*  Grumman F6F Hellcat - Wikipedia
In late 1952, Guided Missile Unit 90 used F6F-5K drones, each carrying a 2000 lb bomb, to attack bridges in Korea; flying from ... Air War Korea 1950-1953. Shrewsbury, UK: Airlife Publishing, 1998. ISBN 1-85310-880-4. Jarski, Adam and Waldemar Pajdosz. F6F ...
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*  McDonnell F2H Banshee - Wikipedia
From that point onwards, North Korea and its allies were unable to open new airfields near combat zones in South Korea, forcing ... Air War Korea 1950-1953. Shrewsbury, UK: Airlife Publishing Ltd., 1998. ISBN 1-85310-880-4. "F2H Banshee." Jet Warbird Registry ... the F2H-2 had negligible exposure to hostile aircraft over Korea, due to several factors. During the opening weeks of the war, ... these missions were escorted by other Marine Banshee fighters based in South Korea. Twenty-seven missions took place without ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McDonnell_F2H_Banshee
*  Museums - Washington Times
"Korea 1950-1953: The Navy in the Forgotten War." Runs indefinitely. National Portrait Gallery ...
  https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2006/sep/13/20060913-102608-2753r/
*  Sinanju - Wikipedia
Sinanju is the name of a region (신안주) in Anju city, South Pyongan Province, North Korea. The name literally means "Comfortable ... American Airpower Strategy in Korea, 1950-1953. Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas. p. 168. ISBN 9780700609918. ... and railways were bombed by the United States Air Force during the Korean War to halt the transport of supplies to North Korea ... Korean Service 1950-1954 Mig Alley : The Fight For Air Superiority Crane, Conrad (2000). ...
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*  1st Battalion, 7th Marines - Wikipedia
Korea (Posthumous) Cpl David B. Champagne, 28 May 1952, Korea (Posthumous) PFC John D. Kelly, 28 May 1952, Korea (Posthumous) ... However, in response to the invasion of South Korea by the communist North Korea, the battalion was again called into action. ... Korea PFC Herbert A. Littleton, 22 April 1951, Korea (Posthumous) Sgt Frederick W. Mausert, III, 12 September 1951, ... of Texas) Following the cessation of hostilities in Korea and through 1965, the Battalion spent time both in Camp Pendleton and ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1st_Battalion,_7th_Marines
*  Bombing of Pyongyang - Wikipedia
After North Korea invaded South Korea on June 25, 1950, which sparked the conflict, General Douglas MacArthur, Commander in ... Air Force aerial bombardment campaign conducted against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) during the ... Bad weather delayed further air actions until June 29 when MacArthur authorized FEAF attacks on airfields in North Korea. For ... subscription required) Futrell, Robert F. The United States Air Force in Korea, 1950-1953. United States Government Printing. p ...
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*  People's Volunteer Army - Wikipedia
Operation Big Switch 志愿军老兵重返朝鲜谈感受:他们水深火热 很痛心 The Cold War, The Korean War: An Overview Alexander, Bevin R. (1986). Korea: the ... Propaganda in North Korea however still suggests that the war was won by Kim singlehandedly with minor Chinese help. But as ... 6th Division (North Korea): former 166th Division of the Chinese communist IV Field Army. The commander, Fang Hushan (方虎山, Bang ... 7th Division (North Korea) (later renamed as the 12th): former 156th Division of the Chinese communist IV
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*  Operation Polecharge - Wikipedia
Korea Institute of Military History 2001, p. 219 Edwards 2010, p.212. Edwards 2006, p. 250. Blair 1987, p. 949. Malkasian 2001 ... Korea Institute of Military History (2001). The Korean War. 3. Lincoln, NE: Bison Books. ISBN 9780803277960. OCLC 474998758. ... Blair, Clay (1987). The Forgotten War: America in Korea 1950-1953. New York, NY: Times Books. ISBN 9780812916706. OCLC 15790880 ... Malkasian, Carter (2002). The Korean War 1950-1953. Essential Histories. Oxford: Osprey. ISBN 9781841762821. OCLC 50387977. ...
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*  Close air support - Wikipedia
Mark Clark, to permanently attach an attack squadron to each of the four army corps in Korea. Though the request was denied, ... Blair, Clay (1987). The Forgotten War: America in Korea, 1950-1953. New York: Times Books/Random House. Corum, James S.; Wray R ... that MacArthur excluded USAF aircraft from the airspace over the Inchon Landing in September 1950, instead relying on Marine ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Close_air_support
*  Omar Bradley - Wikipedia
When North Korea invaded South Korea in June 1950, Bradley was faced with re-organizing and deploying an American military ... Communist aggression by conquering all of North Korea. When Chinese Communists entered North Korea in late 1950 and again drove ... In a postwar analysis of the unpreparedness of U.S. Army forces deployed to Korea during the summer and fall of 1950, Army ... Blair, Clay (2003). The Forgotten War: America in Korea, 1950-1953. Naval Institute Press. ISBN 1-59114-075-7, ISBN 978-1-59114 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omar_Bradley
*  Operation Commando - Wikipedia
Blair, Clay (1987). The Forgotten War: America in Korea 1950-1953. Times Books. Horner (ed), David (2008). Duty First: A ... Canadian Army Operations in Korea. Vancouver, British Columbia: UBC Press. ISBN 978-0-7748-1008-1. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Commando
*  Revolt of the Admirals - Wikipedia
The B-36 had little place in the conflict, as the Air Force was not willing to risk the aircraft in combat in Korea, though it ... As an initial response, Truman called for a naval blockade of North Korea, and was shocked to learn that such a blockade could ... ISBN 0-16-042094-6. Blair, Clay (2003). The Forgotten War: America in Korea, 1950-1953. Naval Institute Press. Davis, Vincent. ... "Memorandum of Information for the Secretary - Blockade of Korea". Truman Presidential Library - Archives. July 6, 1950. ...
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*  John H. Church - Wikipedia
Arriving in Korea on June 27, in his role as commander of ADCOM, Church worked with the Chief of Staff of the South Korean Army ... This prompted MacArthur to undertake his own survey in Korea the following day and after a further report from Church, he ... ISBN 978-0-313-25924-1. Weintraub, Stanley (2001). MacArthur's War: Korea and the Undoing of an American Hero. New York: ... "New Command Team in Korea". Time. 5 March 1951. Retrieved 15 August 2011. Jacobs, Russ. "www.findagrave.com". Retrieved 14 ...
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*  Bibliography of Harry S. Truman - Wikipedia
in JSTOR Matray, James I. Northeast Asia and the Legacy of Harry S. Truman: Japan, China, and the Two Koreas (2012) Merrill, ... Online at Project MUSE Pierpaoli Jr., Paul G. Truman and Korea: The Political Culture of the Early Cold War. University of ... "When the Kitchen Gets Hot, Pass the Buck: Truman and Korea in 1950," Reviews in American History 6 (December 1978), 548-555. ... "Truman's Plan for Victory: National Self Determination and the Thirty-Eighth Parallel Decision in Korea," Journal of American ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bibliography_of_Harry_S._Truman
*  Douglas A-1 Skyraider - Wikipedia
Used by the USN over Korea and Vietnam, the A-1 was a primary close air support aircraft for the USAF and VNAF during the ... In addition to serving during Korea and Vietnam as an attack aircraft, the Skyraider was modified to serve as a carrier-based ... AD-4L Equipped for winter operations in Korea; 63 conversions. AD-4N (A-1D) Three-seat night attack version; 307 built. AD-4NA ... Grossnick and Armstrong 1997 Jordan, Corey C. "Douglas AD-4 Skyraider." A Frozen Hell... The Air War Over Korea, 1950-1953, ...
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*  United States Marine Corps Aviation - Wikipedia
Marine helicopters-VMO-6 flying the HO3S1 helicopter-made their combat debut in August 1950's Battle of Pusan Perimeter. ... ISBN 0-9643388-2-3. Tillman, Barrett (2001). Corsair: The F4U in World War II and Korea. Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute ... ISBN 0-89141-877-6. Blair, Clay (2003). The Forgotten War: America in Korea, 1950-1953. Naval Institute Press. ISBN 0-8129-1670 ... Doll, Thomas (2000). Night Wings: USMC Night Fighters, 1942-1953. Carrollton, Texas: Squadron/Signal Productions. ISBN 0-89747- ...
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*  Edward Almond - Wikipedia
Blair, Clay (1987). The Forgotten War: America in Korea: 1950-1953. New York: Times Books. ISBN 0-8129-1670-0. Fehrenbach, T.R ... ISBN 978-1-4013-0052-4. Russ, Martin (1999). Breakout - The Chosin Reservoir Campaign, Korea, 1950. Penguin Books. ISBN 0-14- ... have criticized Almond for the wide dispersal of his units during the X Corps advance into north-eastern part of North Korea, ... He retired from the Army in 1953 and worked as an insurance executive until his death in 1979. He is interred in Arlington ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Almond
*  Battle of the Samichon River - Wikipedia
ISBN 0-19-558343-4. Meid, Pat; Yingling, James M. (1972). Operations in West Korea. U.S. Marine Operations in Korea 1950-1953. ... In April 1954, 2 RAR returned to Australia and was replaced by 1 RAR which remained in South Korea until March 1956. 3 RAR ... Chinese Military Science Academy (2000). History of War to Resist America and Aid Korea (抗美援朝战争史) (in Chinese). Volume III. ... On 21 March, 1 RAR was replaced in Korea by the 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (2 RAR), after nearly twelve months ...
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*  Seoul Air Base - Wikipedia
The base is used as a VIP airfield by the President of Republic of Korea and other VIPs and heads of state. On the survey of ... List of United States Army installations in South Korea Airport information for RKSM at World Aero Data. Data current as of ... Source: DAFIF (effective October 2006). Futrell, Frank (1983). The United States Air Force in Korea, 1950-1953. Air Force ... is located in Seongnam city near Seoul in South Korea. Runway 19 and 20 are equipped with an ILS. The USAF designated the base ...
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*  Kalma Airport - Wikipedia
North Korea is Hosting its First Air Show February 18, 2016 Popular Mechanics Retrieved February 3, 2017 North Korea's Wonsan ... 2017 North Korea cancels 2017 Wonsan Air Show August 25, 2017 NHK Retrieved September 7, 2017 North Korea scraps Wonsan Air ... Kalma Airport (IATA: WOS, ICAO: ZKWS) is a dual-use civil and military airport in Wonsan, Kangwon-do, North Korea. A new ... Futrell, Robert Frank (1983). The United States Air Force in Korea, 1950-1953. Washington, D.C.: Office of Air Force History, ...
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*  Gimpo International Airport - Wikipedia
Korea portal Aviation portal List of the busiest airports in South Korea Transportation in South Korea Gimpo International ... Korea Airports Corporation. 2016. Retrieved 15 November 2017. "Directions" (see enclosed map). Korea Airports Corporation. ... South Korea News (26 April 2011). Retrieved on 12 July 2013. Songshan to begin direct flights to Gimpo in Seoul. Taipei Times ( ... "07505 Korea Airports Corporation∥78 Haneul-gil Gangseo-gu, SEOUL" - Directions and address in Korean: "07505 서울 강서구 하늘길 78 ...
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*  452d Air Mobility Wing - Wikipedia
The fourth was knocked down by ground fire near Sunchon, North Korea.The 3 men in that crew parachuted free, but shortly after ... From the beginning of operations in Korea, the Air Force had been unable to attack moving targets at night. On 6 September 1950 ... Until June 1951, it gave close support to ground units in Korea and engaged in interdiction of communist-held airfields, supply ... but their crews found it difficult to maneuver at low altitudes in the small valleys of Korea, walled by hills rising from 500 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/452d_Air_Mobility_Wing