Military Police at Operation Big Switch in Korea. Exchange of prisoners of war at end of the Korean conflict.
Panmunjom Korea Date:1953, April Duration:28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities of the U.S. Army Military Police during the Korean War. MPs are active in Operation Big Switch, involving exchange of prisoners of war. A sign on an entrance gate: "Welcome, Gate To Freedom". Military Police (MPs) standing at the entrance gate to Freedom Village. The U.S. and UN flags and Korean flags fly from flag poles. Red Cross vehicles arrive. Wounded are carried on stretchers. Men walk with belongings. Korean prisoners board buses. Red Cross workers transfer the wounded.
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