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- proper n. A war fought in the Korean Peninsula from 1950-1953.
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- n. a war between North and South Korea; South Korea was aided by the United States and other members of the United Nations; 1950-1953
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Class 5-49 and Korean War mate Herbert Graham remembers how a small training group flew out in formation.
More than a decade later, the Korean War was on and Hughes Aircraft was recruiting.
First introduced in 1951, the H-13, as Neil well knew, had been used in the Korean War for observation and reconnaissance and as a litter carrier for evacuation of wounded ground troops.
Personal Diary of Ensign Glen Howard “Rick” Rickelton, U.S. Navy, Written During V-51 Combat Flight Training & Korean War Service Aboard CV-9 USS Essex, Rickelton Family Papers, Elk Grove, CA, and Seattle, WA.
He wore his hair in a Korean War crew cut, and his forehead had that flattened, shiny look that you see on bar brawlers.
And while Truman employed NSC meetings to help him manage the Korean War that followed the Norths invasion of the South in 1950, he did so by working with his chief cabinet advisers.
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