Skip to comments.Brothers, government tangle over Korean War records
Posted on 07/06/2011 9:45:27 AM PDT by DFG
As this summer marks the 61st anniversary of the beginning of the Korean War, it remains one of the least understood and most overlooked conflicts of the American experience.
Time is running out for those who fought the war, as most surviving veterans are in or approaching their 80s.
The Korean War Project, founded in 1995 by two Dallas brothers who are the sons of a decorated Korean War Marine, has established itself as a valuable resource for information on unit histories, casualties, battles and those missing in action.
(Excerpt) Read more at star-telegram.com ...
Thank you, guys, for what you have accomplished. May your current and future efforts be satisfied.
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