Life at the front, for U.S. Army soldiers, in Korea. Rest and Rehabilitation.
Korea Date:1953 Duration:4 min 53 sec Sound:Yes
The life and activities of the United States Army soldiers on the front in Korea. A soldier washes unit's clothes using a wind-driven homemade clothes washer. Urgent dental care is provided, at the front, for troops who cannot go to the rear for it. American troops deplane from a C-119 aircraft on a week's Rest and Rehabilitation (R&R) from the front lines. Republic of Korea soldiers are seen as they increasingly reinforce the U.S. troops. They walk in the trench and move forward on the front. They cross a bridge on a river and carry their wounded on stretchers. Smoke arises from firing in the background. American Army soldiers, returning from R&R find nothing has changed at the front. Sandbag barricades outside their tent. U.S. soldiers walk in trenches covered with snow. Soldiers walk uphill. One of the soldiers watches enemies' action through binoculars and the other fires.
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