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Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Murray, General Oliver Smith, and Colonel Lewis Puller at SmithLewis Puller between between Inchon (Incheon) and Yongdungpo (Yeongdeungpo), Korea, Sep 1950
Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Murray, General Oliver Smith, and Colonel Lewis Puller at Smith's quarters, Masan, southern Korea, 1950Lewis Puller between between Inchon (Incheon) and Yongdungpo (Yeongdeungpo), Korea, Sep 1950
Douglas MacArthur on a jeep tour of the port facilities at Inchon, South Korea, 16 Sep 1950. Behind him are Marine Major General Oliver P Smith and Navy Vice Admiral Arthur D Struble.Colonel Lewis Puller, General Douglas MacArthur, General Oliver Smith, and other US officers at Puller
Douglas MacArthur on a jeep tour of the port facilities at Inchon, South Korea, 16 Sep 1950. Behind him are Marine Major General Oliver P Smith and Navy Vice Admiral Arthur D Struble.Colonel Lewis Puller, General Douglas MacArthur, General Oliver Smith, and other US officers at Puller's command post, Korea, 17 Sep 1950
Destroyed T-34 tank on a road toward Gimpo Airfield, Korea, 17 Sep 1950General Douglas MacArthur and General Oliver Smith, Korea, 17 Sep 1950
Destroyed T-34 tank on a road toward Gimpo Airfield, Korea, 17 Sep 1950General Douglas MacArthur and General Oliver Smith, Korea, 17 Sep 1950
General Edward Almond, General Lemuel Shepherd, General Douglas MacArthur, General Oliver Smith, and Colonel McAllister at a division command post southeast of Inchon, Korea, 17 Sep 1950Marine Col Chesty Puller (standing) visited by Army General Douglas MacArthur (seated) as Puller pushed toward Seoul, South Korea, Sep 20 1950. Driving is Army MGen Ned Almond and in the rear are Marine Generals MGen OP Smith & LGen Lem Shepherd.
General Edward Almond, General Lemuel Shepherd, General Douglas MacArthur, General Oliver Smith, and Colonel McAllister at a division command post southeast of Inchon, Korea, 17 Sep 1950Marine Col Chesty Puller (standing) visited by Army General Douglas MacArthur (seated) as Puller pushed toward Seoul, South Korea, Sep 20 1950. Driving is Army MGen Ned Almond and in the rear are Marine Generals MGen OP Smith & LGen Lem Shepherd.
US Marines fighting in Korea, 20 Sep 1950; note M1 CarbinesUS Marine Colonel Chesty Puller (left) speaks with Assistant Division Commander Brigadier General Edward Craig overlooking Seoul, South Korea, 25 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 2
US Marines fighting in Korea, 20 Sep 1950; note M1 CarbinesUS Marine Colonel Chesty Puller (left) speaks with Assistant Division Commander Brigadier General Edward Craig overlooking Seoul, South Korea, 25 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 2
US Marine Colonel Chesty Puller (left) speaks with Assistant Division Commander Brigadier General Edward Craig overlooking Seoul, South Korea, 25 Sep 1950, photo 2 of 2Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 3
US Marine Colonel Chesty Puller (left) speaks with Assistant Division Commander Brigadier General Edward Craig overlooking Seoul, South Korea, 25 Sep 1950, photo 2 of 2Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 1 of 3
Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 2 of 3Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 3 of 3
Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 2 of 3Ceremony marking the return of Seoul to Republic of Korea control, General Government Building, Seoul, Korea, 29 Sep 1950, photo 3 of 3
Marine Commandant Clifton Cates (left) receives the first flag flown over the recaptured Seoul, South Korea from 1st Marine Commander Col Chesty Puller, Oct 3 1950.Wreckage of a North Korean T-34/85 medium tank on a bombed out bridge, south of Suwon, Korea, 7 Oct 1950
Marine Commandant Clifton Cates (left) receives the first flag flown over the recaptured Seoul, South Korea from 1st Marine Commander Col Chesty Puller, Oct 3 1950.Wreckage of a North Korean T-34/85 medium tank on a bombed out bridge, south of Suwon, Korea, 7 Oct 1950
F4U-5N Corsair fighter of US Marine Corps squadron VMF(N)-513 at rest, Wonsan, Korea, 2 Nov 1950, photo 1 of 2. Note the HVAR rockets.F4U-5N Corsair fighter of US Marine Corps squadron VMF(N)-513 at rest, Wonsan, Korea, 2 Nov 1950, photo 2 of 2. Note the HVAR rockets.
F4U-5N Corsair fighter of US Marine Corps squadron VMF(N)-513 at rest, Wonsan, Korea, 2 Nov 1950, photo 1 of 2. Note the HVAR rockets.F4U-5N Corsair fighter of US Marine Corps squadron VMF(N)-513 at rest, Wonsan, Korea, 2 Nov 1950, photo 2 of 2. Note the HVAR rockets.
Colonel Lewis Puller reading the US Marine Corps Birthday Proclamation, Korea, 10 Nov 1950Marine Col Chesty Puller commanding the 1st Marines in Korea, Nov 22, 1950.
Colonel Lewis Puller reading the US Marine Corps Birthday Proclamation, Korea, 10 Nov 1950Marine Col Chesty Puller commanding the 1st Marines in Korea, Nov 22, 1950.

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