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United NationsMajor General Henry I. Hodes and Rear Admiral Arleigh A. Burke leaving the
United Nations' delegates Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy, Major General Henry I. Hodes, and Rear Admiral Arleigh A. Burke sitting at the steps of the 'UN House', Kaesong, Korea, 19 Jul 1951Major General Henry I. Hodes and Rear Admiral Arleigh A. Burke leaving the 'UN House', Kaesong, Korea, Aug 1951
Rear Admiral Burke reading outside his tent at the United NationsRear Admiral Burke participating in military field exercises with US Army and US Marine Corps personnel, Korea, 1951
Rear Admiral Burke reading outside his tent at the United Nations' Advanced Camp, Munsan-Ni, Korea, Aug 1951Rear Admiral Burke participating in military field exercises with US Army and US Marine Corps personnel, Korea, 1951
Rear Admiral Burke reading dispatches at the United NationsRear Admiral Burke, member of the United Nations
Rear Admiral Burke reading dispatches at the United Nations' Korean War Armistice talks base camp at Munsan-Ni, Korea, 15 Aug 1951Rear Admiral Burke, member of the United Nations' Korean War Armistice negotiating team, Munsan, Korea, Sep 1951
Battleship New Jersey firing a nine-gun salvo during bombardment operations against communist targets in Korea, adjacent to the 38th parallel, 10 Nov 1951UN delegates to the armistice negotiations: Major General Turner, Major General Lee, Vice Admiral Joy, Rear Admiral Libby, Major General Hodes, and Rear Admiral Burke. Panmunjom, Korea, 30 Nov 1951
Battleship New Jersey firing a nine-gun salvo during bombardment operations against communist targets in Korea, adjacent to the 38th parallel, 10 Nov 1951UN delegates to the armistice negotiations: Major General Turner, Major General Lee, Vice Admiral Joy, Rear Admiral Libby, Major General Hodes, and Rear Admiral Burke. Panmunjom, Korea, 30 Nov 1951
AU-1 Corsair fighter of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-212 at Gimpo airfield near Seoul, Korea, 1952USS Wisconsin firing his main guns at targets in Korea, 30 Jan 1952
AU-1 Corsair fighter of US Marine Corps squadron VMF-212 at Gimpo airfield near Seoul, Korea, 1952USS Wisconsin firing his main guns at targets in Korea, 30 Jan 1952
USS Iowa departing Wonsan harbor, Korea, 18 Apr 1952; note HO3S helicopter on aft deckUSS Iowa underway off Wonsan, Korea, 27 Apr 1952
USS Iowa departing Wonsan harbor, Korea, 18 Apr 1952; note HO3S helicopter on aft deckUSS Iowa underway off Wonsan, Korea, 27 Apr 1952
USS Iowa firing off Koje (now Geoje), Korea, 17 Oct 1952USS Saint Paul bombarding communist positions near Hungnam, South Hamgyong Province, Korea, 26 Jul 1953
USS Iowa firing off Koje (now Geoje), Korea, 17 Oct 1952USS Saint Paul bombarding communist positions near Hungnam, South Hamgyong Province, Korea, 26 Jul 1953
General Mark Clark signing the Korean War Armistice, 27 Jul 1953, photo 1 of 2General Mark Clark signing the Korean War Armistice, 27 Jul 1953, photo 2 of 2
General Mark Clark signing the Korean War Armistice, 27 Jul 1953, photo 1 of 2General Mark Clark signing the Korean War Armistice, 27 Jul 1953, photo 2 of 2
USS Saint Paul firing the final US Navy salvo of the Korea War, off Wonsan, Korea, 27 Jul 1953US 187th Regimental Combat Team troops being paradropped from C-46 transport aircraft during a training operation over Korea, date unknown
USS Saint Paul firing the final US Navy salvo of the Korea War, off Wonsan, Korea, 27 Jul 1953US 187th Regimental Combat Team troops being paradropped from C-46 transport aircraft during a training operation over Korea, date unknown
General Goverment Building, Seoul, Korea, Jun 1995; note Gyeongbokgung palace structure in foregroundKorean War-era South Korean M1 Garand and M1 Carbine rifles on display at the Yongsan War Memorial, Seoul, Korea, 1 Jun 2006
General Goverment Building, Seoul, Korea, Jun 1995; note Gyeongbokgung palace structure in foregroundKorean War-era South Korean M1 Garand and M1 Carbine rifles on display at the Yongsan War Memorial, Seoul, Korea, 1 Jun 2006

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