• Western front of the Korean War

    Brock, David Franklin, 1931

    Photo taken on the western front of the Korean War in the Kumhwa region. On the hill were bunkers on the MLR (main line of resistance). Camouflage nets to inhibit the enemy's view can be seen in this…

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  • Supply route road leading up to the Kumhwa front

    Brock, David Franklin, 1931

    This is a road in Korea in the Kumhwa area. There is a hill leading up to the front. The road leading to the front is used as a supply route. The edge of a bunker and a vehicle behind it are barely vi…

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  • Army truck at base of hill on the back side of the Korean War front

    Brock, David Franklin, 1931

    This image depicts the back side of the front. A number of bunkers are shown, and an Army truck is at the base of the hill. One of the structures may be a medic area. Partially visible are caves, rock…

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  • Soldier peering through binoculars at the enemy front

    Brock, David Franklin, 1931

    This is an unidentified soldier standing sideways using binoculars to look at the other side of the front. The main line of resistance (MLR) is defined as the line or zone of contact with the enemy; i…

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  • Road leading up to front close to the Hook

    Brock, David Franklin, 1931

    This is the front or MLR (main line of resistance) close to the Hook. An American flag, a vehicle, and a bunker can be seen. Trenches were over the hill. The road pictured leads up to the front. The m…

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  • Fencing at the Hook front delineate minefields present

    Brock, David Franklin, 1931

    This is on the western front next to the Hook, Brock's last station. There is fencing in the foreground, and there were minefields along the sides of the roads at this location. Brock's girlfriend, wh…

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