U.S. Army soldiers hit enemy targets across the Namgang River in North Korea.
North Korea Date:1950, August 30 Duration:2 min 13 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army soldiers during the Korean War near the Namgang River in North Korea. Shells of the 90th Field Artillery Battalion, 25th Division, hitting enemy targets across the river. Soldiers of the "A" Co. 1st Battalion 34th Regiment finish digging a hole. Mortar crew checks weapons with dud grenade. An officer seated on the ground speaks into the phone. He directs mortar fire. A man looks through binoculars in the background. Soldier atop a tank of the 89th Tank Battalion. He looks through binoculars and watches the burning of a village. Soldiers atop tank watch burning village in a distance.
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