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  • ICE Case Studies
    The Yalu River and Its Security Implications for China—a case study. See also #52 (DMZ as a Bioresource), #58 – (North Korean Famine), and #95 (Korea and Japan Island Dispute). The studies are part of the Inventory of Conflict and Environment case studies.
  • Imjin Buddy Bunker
    A site devoted to regiments serving in combat along the Imjin River and on or near Outpost Nori, Outpost Tessie, Outpost Kelly, Hill 317 or Hill 355 (aka Little Gibraltar), Armistice Hill and Dagmar. Map and photo index, visitor messages, and some great war stories!
  • Imjin Scout
    Forgotten and overshadowed details about the Imjin Scouts who served in Korea’s DMZ. Created by veteran Don Lopez, this site has general and specific information about the Imjin scouts, including photos and chronology.
  • Inchon to Hungnam
    Amphibious forces, Pacific APD Attack Transports with emphasis on the Wantuck.
  • Irish-related websites (pertaining to Korean War)
    • The Irish in Korea
      Gives name, rank, branch of service & unit, date and place of birth, US home of record and date, and circumstance and place of death of Irish civilians who died in Korea 1950-53. There is a nice links page, too.
    • Irish - See section H, History of Royal Ulster Weapons.
      The story of the Irish Royal Ulster Rifles in Korea by Lt. Col. H. Hamill. Includes a list of KIA and MIA.


**Japanese-American War Veterans Website
  • John Maclean's Cavalry Country
    Maclean was a Reconnaissance Scout with A Troop, 1st Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th Cav. Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, in Korea.
  • Join the Navy and See the World
    The personal page of George Henderson. His site covers his time in the US Navy the ship USS Henderson DD785. It covers the ship's participation in the invasion of Inchon in September 1950. "We were one of the 'sitting ducks of Inchon," he notes.

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