Proceedings Magazine - December 1950 Vol. 76/12/574

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The attack of North Koreans across the 38th parallel, on 25 June 1950, did more than bring the U. S. flag back to the Asian mainland. It also brought our national military thinking back to the...

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  • Korea - Back to the Facts of Life
    By Lieutenant Colonel J. D. Hittle, U. S. Marine Corps

    The attack of North Koreans across the 38th parallel, on 25 June 1950, did more than bring the U. S. flag back to the Asian mainland. It also brought our national military thinking back to the facts of life.

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