U.S. Army Military Police on duty in Korea and Beirut Lebanon
Panmunjom Korea Date:1953 Duration:42 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Honor Guard of UN troops from various nations stand at entrance to the so-called "Peace Pagoda," where negotiations were conducted to end the Korean conflict. U.S. Military Police Officers escort Major General George G. Finch, USAF, Chief negotiator for the U.S. followed by MP officers escorting Lieutenant General, William K. Harrison, Jr. United States Army, Senior Delegate, United Nations Command Delegation, who would sign the truce documents. Separate sequence shows U.S. Army MPs and U.S. Navy Shore Patrol (SP) patrolling streets in Beirut Lebanon, in 1958. MPs talk with a local policeman and point to a map of the Town of Beirut, posted on a wall
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