Damaged U.S. Army Support Group truck seen after ambush by elements of Korean Peoples' Army in the Korean DMZ
Korea Date:1968, April 15 Duration:1 min 31 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Following an attack by elements of the North Korean Peoples'Army, a U.S. Army 3/4 ton truck with canvas cover sits on dirt road. Its left front and rear tires are flattened. Several papers are scattered on the driver's seat. View from across the road. Two military policemen (MPs), assigned to the Joint Security Area, examine the truck. Front view of truck shows numerous bullet holes in the windshield. A tee shirt hangs on the radio antenna. Bumper contains identification reading : "UNC-USASS.JSA-16." Another vehicle drives around and behind the truck. MP comes from behind the truck and leans his weapon against its left rear fender. (Note: this U.S. Army Support Group truck was ambushed South of the Joint Security Area on April 14, 1968. During the encounter, two U.S. soldiers and two Koreans, augmenting the U.S. Army, were killed in action and two U.S. soldiers were wounded in action. )
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