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  • Gene's Marine Pages
    A remembrance of those who died in service to their country; Korean War animated maps; Korean album; Pusan to Chosin and return; Korean War photos by David Douglas Duncan; article, "Send in the Fire Brigade: The Road to Sachon", originally published in Leathernecks. Gene served in the USMC 12/1946; Korea - Brigade - August 2, 1950-June 1951. Retired 1966.
  • Glynn Ellis.com
    Glynn Ellis was an H-3-11 Marine in the Korean War who was hit by a 52-pound Chinese artillery round.  To read about his story, visit this website which was established by his children.


  • Haze Gray & Underway
    This site is a wonderful, comprehensive source for naval history information. It includes the histories of over 7,000 US Navy vessels, over 3,000 ship photos from around the world, the history of shipbuilding, general Navy information, and much more. If you ever wanted to know more about the ship that took you to Korea, this is the place to find the facts!
  • Helicopters - Combat
    Pop-a-Smoke is the USMC Combat Helicopter Association website featuring stories and everything imaginable about combat helicopters used in Korea, Vietnam, Grenada, Lebanon, Dominican Republic, Panama, Haiti, Somalia, Bosnia, Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Heritage Lectures
    Limited War: The Initial Failures of Appeasement Policy Toward North Korea – by Chuck Downs. Note: There are several other Korea/Korean War-related lectures in the lecture series of the Heritage Library.
  • History of the Royal Ulster Rifles in Korea
    The story of the Irish Royal Ulster Rifles in Korea by Lt. Col. H. Hamill. Includes a list of KIA and MIA.

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