U.S. Army MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) at K-51 Inje Airfield in South Korea during the Korean War. A vehicle approaches an MP (Military Police) sentry-box along a road. An MP talks to a driver and the ambulance is allowed to proceed. View from the ambulance as it proceeds along a road on the mountainside. Korean maintenance workers stand at the side of the road. Another ambulance and vehicles coming in the opposite direction. The ambulance comes to an area studded with tents. A litter jeep and an ambulance come down a road. The jeep pulls ahead and stops. Ambulances pull up behind. U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion Major Arbin T. Henderson walks back to an ambulance and talks to its driver. The ambulance goes past the jeep and pulls into a muddy and flooded hospital yard.
U.S. Army MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) at K-51 Inje Airfield in South Korea during the Korean War. Interiors of a surgical tent shows U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion surgeons putting a mask over a patient's face and work during a surgical operation. The surgeons pass clamps and scissors during the operation.
U.S. Army MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) at K-51 Inje Airfield in South Korea during the Korean War. Litter jeeps of U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion come and stop near hospital tents. A sign reads 'United States Naval Medical Center'. One U.S. soldier buttons up his coat as he talks with another soldier. A sign at a medical center reads 'Medical D Co.' . Ambulances pull up. Litter bearers start to carry a man on a litter to a tent.
U.S. Army MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) at K-51 Inje Airfield in South Korea during the Korean War. Interiors of MASH operating room in a hut. U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion surgeons and assistants work on a patient. Men operate on the patient.
Spring offensive during the Korean War. An animated map of Korea shows the position of United Nation forces behind the 38th Parallel. Events and attack from 20th April, 1951 to May 20th 1951. Chinese forces launch a Spring offensive on 23rd April, 1951. Another Red offensive is launched around the Hwachon Reservoir area. United Nation forces are forced back and move towards south. Later they recover some ground around Seoul. Second phase of Spring offensive being launched around Chunchon in the Central sector of Korea. Later the UN forces strengthen their position in Central part of Korea.
Major events of the year 1951. War takes place in Korea. Artillery fired and Koreans captured. News paper headline symbolizes removal of General MacArthur as the Chief of the United Nations forces in Korea. General Matthew Ridgway takes over as the Chief of the United Nations forces. Dead prisoners of war lined up. General Eisenhower with Korean representatives in Korea as they sign an agreement for a buffer zone. (Korean War)