Sergeant James Mansfield shows the activities of the U.S. soldiers in Korea. on 'The Big Picture'
Korea Date:1953 Duration:7 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
U.S.Army TV report entitled "The Big Picture" announces that a battle star has been awarded to U.S. Army soldiers who participated in the Third Winter Campaign during the Korean War. Views show conditions of American Army soldiers in Korea during the war. Mountains and contested "hills" in Korea. A U.S. soldier slowly crawls over top of sand bags to observe. U.S. Army sandbagged fortifications, deep trenches, and bunkers to protect against constant enemy shelling. U.S. soldiers use smokeless charcoal to heat bunkers. Some GIs adopt chickens and make a pen for them with chicken wire. They award them the combat infantryman's badge, because they endure the regular enemy shelling too. Soldiers display eggs from chickens. U.S.Army soldiers on patrol, and firing mortars..
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