Korean War veterans remember ‘The Forgotten War’

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"On National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day, we honor the patriots who defended the Korean Peninsula against the spread of Communism in what became the first major conflict of the Cold War. We remember those who laid down their lives in defense of liberty, in a land far from home, and we vow to preserve their legacy.

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Joseph C. Rodriguez Medal of honor korean war veterans association, Chapter 249 El Paso, Texas. Though often called the "Forgotten War" in the United States, the 1950-53 Korean War is anything but.

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Nearly 40 Korean War veterans were among 100 people who attended the dinner event, titled "Remember the Forgotten War," at liberty community plaza in unincorporated South Whittier. State sen. bob archuleta, D-Pico Rivera, presented certificates to the veterans honoring their service in the war, which lasted from 1950-53, prompted by North.

QUINCY – Saturday marked the 66th anniversary of the end of the Korean War and Tri-States veterans reflected on the legacy of what’s often called, "The Forgotten War." During the war, U.S. and U.N. forces fought to defend South Korea against a Chinese and soviet backed north korean invasion.

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The Korean War is often referred to as "The Forgotten War", but those who endured it still remember. In 1951, Charles Marking joined the Navy, six years after World War II.

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"Of course, with the passage of time there are less and less of the Korean veterans around to attend these things." All the more reason then, while some of their number are still with us, to remember.

The Korean War was America’s first taste of a "limited war," one in which the nation did not seek, nor did it obtain, complete victory over the enemy. The next such war would be Vietnam.