Sergeant Tubb and Pfc Hill meet GIs and ROK soldiers at a sandbagged squad position on their return from R&R in Japan.
Seoul Korea Date:1953, January 20 Duration:2 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. soldiers at the 40th Infantry Division area in Seoul. Sergeant Tubb and Private First Calss (Pfc) Hill return from R&R (Rest and Relaxation) in Japan. Hill and Tubb are greeted by a GI as they enter sandbagged squad position facing enemy slope. Sergeant Tubb borrows binoculars from a soldier and looks out as a ROK (Republic of Korea) soldier or KATUSA (Korean Augmentation Troops to the United States Army) fires sniper rifle alongside. The Sergeant places his hand on ROK's shoulder as a signal to cease fire, he continues viewing with binoculars. Smoke from an explosion filters into the area. Another rifleman joins the sniper in firing.
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