South Korean soldiers in Chilgok, South Korea during the Korean War. Soldiers from the 8th Cavalry regiment along with some South Korean soldiers taking cover at the road sides as the tank pass by the road. Soldiers looking towards the hill and aiming towards it. Several soldiers sit in a group and one of them smokes a cigarette. Two soldiers standing near the tank.
8th cavalry Regiment during the Korean War in Chilgok, South Korea. Two M4 Sherman tanks moving on the road. Soldiers from the 8th Cavalry regiment sit on tank top. Soldiers capture two North Korean prisoners and put them in the jeep and move away. Soldiers gather around the ambulance-jeep and one of the wounded soldiers lying on the stretcher attached to the ambulance- jeep. One South Korean soldier carries another wounded soldier on his shoulder. A captured North Korean prisoner with hands tied behind his back. Camouflaged net is seen on the captured prisoner. Several soldiers gather near the truck and discuss. Soldiers run on roadsides to hide. One soldier lights a cigarette, while others are lying on the ground in attacking position. Some soldiers sit and hide by the stream side.
8th Cavalry Regiment in Chilgok, South Korea. Soldiers from the 8th Cavalry regiment sit and hide on the stream side. A M4 Sherman tank moves on the road and firing from one of its mounted machine guns. Soldiers move cautiously off the road as the tank moves on the road. A soldier without helmet walks over the rocks.
70th tank brigade in Chilgok, South Korea during the Korean War. Soldiers from the 8th Cavalry regiment taking cover at the road sides as the tank pass by the road. Soldiers in a line pass by an embankment. Soldiers follow the tank as it moves on the road. Soldiers walk through the tall grass field.
A documentary series titled 'The Big Picture' on the activities of U.S. 3rd Infantry Division in Korea. Sergeant Stuart Queen presents the show. He introduces U.S. Army Captain Audie Murphy in the show. He speaks about the history of the 3rd Infantry Division. Troops of the 3rd Infantry Division on parade at Fort Benning, Georgia. A map locates key places on the Korean Peninsula. North Korean troops invading South Korea, on June 25, 1950. Contingents of South Korean troops arriving in trucks to attempt resistance. Elements of the U.S. 3rd Infantry Division on the ground along the East coast of Korea. U.S. field artillery firing. With entry of Chinese forces into the conflict, in November, 1950, the U.S. 3rd Infantry troops assume defensive positions in the Hamhung area of North Korea. forces to facilitate evacuation of other X-Corps units by landing craft to waiting transport ships. One landing craft seen has the number APA 98-3 on its side, indicating it originally belonged to the troop transport, USS Dutchess, APA-98 ( which was decommisioned and sold, in 1948).
Focuses on Korean War. Antiaircraft guns fire in combat with enemy. Refugees walk up on hill. Troops march on field. Tanks advance on battlefield. Captain Carl Zimmerman speaks at desk about the causes of events which took place during Korean campaign, picture of refugees walking up hill in the background. Captain recalls day 10th August in 1950 and summarizes the United Nations consolidation below the 38th Parallel. Map shows Pusan, Masan, Changnyong, Pohang and other places. Close view of map highlighting Chinju, Masan, South West region of Taegu, Uisong, Pohang, and Yongdok. Map of Korea depicts the ground support given by marines, navy and air force planes. U.S. forces counterattack. U.S. troops march on road near Pohang 30 August 1950. Tanks advance on street. Soldiers on tanks. Troops in combat with enemy. Troops fire guns. Troops take cover behind woods. Captain Carl speaks with Lieutenant Tom, Platoon Leader of 24th Division. He shares experience of his platoon moving North of Korea during war. He further speaks about air support and artillery used in war. He talks about captured communists and weaponry used by North Koreans and his platoon. Marines march across field. Marines climb up mountain. Enemy opens fire. Wounded marine runs back for aid. Marines rush to attack. Marines fire machine guns and rifles. American aircraft overhead drop bombs. Explosions on ground. Map of Korea marks date 10/8/1950 and depicts areas captured by U.S. forces below 38th parallel. Captain Carl speaks at desk.