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Update (6/10/07) -

Videos of Korean War has been added

Dogfight Over MIG Alley Videos has been added to the list

Greatest Military Clashes - F-86 Sabre Vs Mig-15 has been added to the list

Thanks to The Cooler King (Mike) - Korean War Aviation Documentaries
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Absolutely awesome post. Thanks guys. I don't doubt some of our boys from Nam ended up in Russia either.

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Leatherneck, those documentaries that I posted up don't work anymore. The guy that was hosting them up had his YouTube account suspended.

Korean War Silver Star Recipients:
http://www.homeofheroes.com/valor2/S...a/01_main.html

List of Korean War Navy Cross Recipients:
http://www.homeofheroes.com/valor/0_...orea_list.html

Navy Cross Citations:
US Navy Personnel - US Marines - US Army Personnel

List of Korean War Distinguished Service Cross Recipients:
http://www.homeofheroes.com/valor/0_...orea_list.html

Distinguished Service Cross Citations:
US Army Personnel A-C - D-H - I-M - N-R - S-Z
US Air Force Personnel - US Navy/Marine Corps Personnel - Foreign Soldiers

Center for Military History - Online Bookshelves: Korean War

http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/reference/Korea/kw-remem.htm

Center for Military History - U.S. Army in the Korean War

http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/collections/USAKW.htm

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Hi folks, there is another Korean War game here :-

http://www.theblitz.org/message_boar....php?tid=38069

A mod for the Campaign Series game but it's as good as a new CS game after all the work Mike put into it. Mine is the only scenario for it so far but more are in the works.

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Campaign Series KW has been added to the list

Changjin Journal has been added to the list


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Posted these over at wargamer, but thought I'd share here:

Official US Navy History
http://www.history.navy.mil/books/field/index.htm
Photos
http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/e...owar/kowar.htm
Carrier operations
http://www.history.navy.mil/branches/carrier.htm
Articles from Naval Aviation News magazine
http://www.history.navy.mil/branches/org4-14.htm

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Official History site
http://afhra.maxwell.af.mil/korean_war/korean_war.html
(recommend checking out the USAF Organizations in Korea link)
http://afhra.maxwell.af.mil/korean_w...ons_korea.html

Allied Aircraft losses
http://www.dtic.mil/dpmo/pmkor/korwald.htm
(one of my personal favorites - "details" are brief but provide an interesting vignette into aircraft and air-crew losses).
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people aer still remember the war half of one hundred years ago,it's really a good news, but what are you remember it for? shame or the unnormal state of affairs?
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people aer still remember the war half of one hundred years ago,it's really a good news, but what are you remember it for? shame or the unnormal state of affairs?
Hopefully not remembering just the horrible state of affairs. What you will need to always remember that once we forget or seem to neglect what caused certain conflicts they seem to come back and happen once again. If we paid attention to signs and help the recuperation of Europe there is a strong chance that WWII wouldn't have been what it was if it would have happened. Or even the actions against Japan as they were maturing and modernizing would probably save millions of lives but we didn't.

We remember the event and the time to honor those who paid the price for what we enjoy as well as a hard reminder of what not to do and what to look for.
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A good reason to remember it is that it gave the world a chance to judge the claims made for the War by both sides at the time: Both claimed to be for the betterment of Korea, and today one sees a modern, healthy, relatively wealthy Republic of Korea versus the darkened, stunted growth basket-case that sits north of the DMZ. The real shame is that China decided to intervene once the UNC had crushed the DPRK. Had they instead accepted the status quo, Korea would likely have developed much quicker, and their example might have prompted China to drop their Marxist economic model sooner, thereby placing them at an even higher state of development today.
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Theater of War 3 Korea

I bought this 'new' game off line at Battlefront.com. Downloads fine, but I guess McAfee thinks its dangerous to run, can't get it to play.

Thanks Leatherneck for those links, I'v used most of them in the last 5 years. My footnote in history was the release of the crew of the Pueblo

It seems that when I enlisted, 1967, that I was assigned to units that were low TO&E, then it would 'fill up'. I went to Germany after Korea, the repo depot sent me to Berlin. Same thing, me, a guy from ASA, a Green Beret & some Infantry guys took the night train to Berlin. As the year,'69 , went by more people showed up. Only good thing is that I got to ETS first.
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From CSPAN Reel America - CIA Korean War Secrets Documents Panel - From 2010, a program called "Baptism by Fire: CIA Analysis of the Korean War". The introductory speech is by retired Major General John Singlaub, and is quite interesting. He refers to General Willoughby, who was MacArthur's intelligence officer.

The program was held at the Truman Presidential Library.

http://www.c-span.org/video/?294098-...ocuments-panel

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CIA Korean War Secret Documents Panel

Sixty years after the start of the Korean War, newly declassified documents relating to the Korean War and North Korea during the Cold War were released. Retired Major General Singlaub made opening remarks. Panelists made remarks on the lapse in intelligence leading up to the outbreak of the war in Korea. After After the presentations, the panelists responded to questions from members of the audience. Deputy Director Clement made closing remarks on the current challenges in intelligence.
Baptism by Fire: CIA Analysis of the Korean War was a program held in the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum Auditorium in Independence, Missouri, co-sponsored by the CIA and Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
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