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【转载】美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下)  

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美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客
 B-29 Superforts of War East Air Forces Bomber Command made daylight strikes early in the Korean War against Communist industrial targets. The Superfort is dropping incendiaries on a North Korean factory in Korea on June 21, 1952. In the two years of U.N. pounding of Communist targets, all strategic targets have been knock out, and the big bombers are now being until on night strikes against the enemy?s transport system. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

 A Marine assault squad member uses a flame thrower to clean out an enemy pillbox on Korea?s central front on May 7, 1951. Smoke from white phosphorus mortar shells shrouds the assault area to mark the targets and mask the attack. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

 GI's guarding an artillery outpost on Korea's west-central front on June 9, 1951 make sure the Chinese will know they are facing U.S. soldiers . Standing guard under stars and stripes waving from a carbine are, left to right: Pvt. William Jones, Havre De Grace, Md.; Pfc. Roderick Fernandez, Laurelton, New York City; and Pfc. James Garrick, Dickinson, Ala. (AP Photo/Robert Schutz )

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

 Sgt. Billy Barber, San Francisco, Calif., Pfc. Billy J. Hunt, Kansas City, Mo., and Pfc. Joseph J. Doleys, Cleveland, O., left to right, all attached to the 25th infantry division, pool their efforts as they prepare some hot food during a Lull in the fighting against Chinese communist forces in Korea on Feb. 16, 1951. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客
 Their faces registering complete fatigue, Corp. Earl R. Baker, left, of Norfolk, Va. and Sgt. Carl Holcumb, of Houston, Texas, try to relax at the Chipyong area of Korea, Feb. 23, 1951. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

 South Korean children turn out with flags to greet U.N. forces advancing along the Han River front in South Korea on March 7, 1951. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

 Leathernecks of the U.S. 1st marine division dig in at Paddy field in the Vegas Hill sector of Korean western front on March 26, 1953. At top a marine digs a foxhole for protection against forthcoming mortar barrage while another (bottom) uses natural ground contour for protection as he surveys the battleground in front of him. (AP Photo/George Sweers )

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

 American soldiers (foreground) dig in to set up a machine gun position on side of ridge overlooking a vital supply road in the central sector near Kumsong, Korea on July 20, 1953. In the background, trucks and vehicles with men and supplies prepare to move Northward in the area from which they had withdrawn during heavy Chinese attacks. (AP Photo/George Sweers)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

 Pvt. Dick L. Powell, of Findlay, Ohio, and his friend 'Fuzzy' share a meal near the front in 35th Reg, 25th Div area on March 12, 1951. 8-- Fuzzy looks on hungrily then 9 and 10 he digs in. (AP Photo/James Martenhoff)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

 Armed forces personnel stand at rest behind the flag draped caskets of the first four of 57 Korean War casualties which arrived here aboard the USS General Randall on March 21, 1951. The dead included Maj. General Bryant E. Moore, former commander of U.S. Ninth Corps. (AP Photo/RHH)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

 Pfc. Merrill H. Small, of New Paltz, New York, enjoys a bath 'native style' during break in action against Chinese Communist forces in Korea on Jan. 23, 1951. He is a member of a Heavy Mortar Co., 5th Cavalry regiment, 1st Cavalry Division. (A Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客
 A knoll on the central Korea into an outdoor Barber shop in an undated photo, during a lull in the fighting for three men of the First Marine Division. 'In the chair,' Pfc. Richard J. West, Sioux City, S.D., holds a canteen shaving mud as ?Barber? Pfc. John J. Clements. Nederland, Texas, handles the neck trim. Waiting his turn, Pfc. Robert I. Green, Gales Creek, Ore., leafs through an old magazine. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Lt. Ben Eubanks (left) of Atlanta, Ga., and Lt. Stanley Hyman from New Rochelle, New York, sit at controls of a Fifth Air Force B-26 invader of the 3rd Bomb Wing, and give the ship a pre-flight check prior to taking off on a night-intruder mission over enemy territory in Korea on June 14, 1951. (AP Photo)

 
美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

A jeep load of U.S. first cavalry division soldiers whose vehicle had stalled in the Pukhan River on the central Korean front on March 24, 1951 gets a welcome assist from tank comrades. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle )

 
美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Litter bearers move up as infantrymen of the U.S. 24th division cross foot-bridge over swollen stream on the east central front in Korea on Sept. 15, 1951. Jeeps and trucks are ferrying equipment and men across the stream. (AP Photo/George Sweers)

 
美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Three soldiers of Company G., 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Division, swap their combat boots for the new 'Mickey Mouse' thermal boots at their installation 'somewhere in Korea' Nov. 22, 1952. The new thermal boots are an improvement over shoe-pacs issued last winter to troops in the Korean fighting. From left are: Pfc. Claude J. Williams, Kansas City, Mo.; M/Sgt. Charles E. Hawkins, of Havre de Grace, Md.; and Cpl. James E. Hobbs, of Rushtown, Ohio. (AP Photo)

 
美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

A U.S.Soldier keeps a wary watch for enemy targets as he hugs a ridge on Korea's east-central front on Jan. 26, 1951 during a fire fight with Communist guerrillas. Smoke rises from hillside in background which is under marines? mortar fire. Riflemen manning ridges looking north during firefight with guerillas south of Chisondong. (AP Photo/James Martenhoff)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Members of a GI patrol set up their 75m recoilless rifle atop hill 419 on a Korean warfront on Feb. 3, 1951 after their buddies had routed Chinese troops in a fire fight. (AP Photo/Max Desfor )

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Well-armed infantrymen move up hill in Wonju front sector, South Korea on Jan. 13, 1951 as Allied forces launch attack against enemy held hill in sub-zero temperatures. (AP Photo/James Martenhoff)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

 A bearded North Korean, with an American cigarette between gnarled fingers, talks with gestures to a U.S. Marine patrol on April 28, 1951 which flushed him out of the hills in North Korea while advancing ahead of tanks. He seems eager to tell his captors all he knows about the Chinese Communists who were unleashing their spring offensive. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客
 His Helmet, rifle and ammunition belt mark spot where an unidentified U.S. soldier was killed in battle on the Korean front on June 24, 1951. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Cpl. Adan Perez, of Corpus Christi, Texas, ducks away from high inside pitch in softball game on western front in Korea, June 24, 1951. Catching is Lt. Paul Harkness of Clarksdale, Miss. Both are members of a tank unit. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

These leathernecks 'model' the Chareaux that will be de Rigeur in the Easter Parade in Korea, March 21, 1952. Members of the first marine division and their varying types of headgear. From left to right are: M/Sgt. Spencer D. Gartz, San Diego, Calif., in summer field cap; M/Sgt. Clayton Barrow, Lovell, Md. In pile liner winter cap; S/Sgt. Allan Retasky, Waukegan, Ill., in Korean fur cap; Sgt. John Sorobarczyk, Stockdale, Texas, in helmet; and W/O Frank Renfrow, camp Lejeune, S.C., in old-time campaign hat. (AP Photo/Fred Waters) 

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Lt. J.J. Schneider, of 2535 Depts St., St. Louis, sits on wing of fighter plane with Capt. J.B. Hannon, right, 7337 Douglas St., Omaha, Nebr., at an airfield in Korea on Jan. 15, 1951. Between them is 'Admiration Dog,' mascot of their wing, who flies with the airmen. Lt. Schneider has completed 100 missions in Korea since on June 27. Two days after outbreak of the war. He will soon return to the U.S. and plans to wed Miss Betty Rosholm, who was 'Miss Omaha of 1950'. Capt. Hannon was shot down in World War 2 over Germany, and also was shot down over Korea but escaped capture. (AP Photo/JJim Pringle

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客
 Soldiers pull back along ridge somewhere near Seoul, Korea on Jan. 3, 1951. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Five American GI's with the U.N. forces in Wonju-Chongju sector of Korean fighting prepare a mortar for action on Jan. 20, 1951. Near the mortar on ground are Pfc. John S. Hagen, of Delavin, Wis., left, and Cpl. James E. Helvey, of Detroit, Mich. Passing the ammunition to Hagen is Cpl. Frank G. Bickel, standing right, of Pittsburgh, Pa., watching are Pvt. James J. Cowell ,left, of Chicago, Ill., and Sgt. Henry Sprenger, second from left, of Fergus Falls, Minn. (AP Photo/MD)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

United Nations' troops carry a wounded buddy across muddy field 'somewhere in Korea' on Feb. 25, 1951, to a waiting helicopter which will transport the injured to an aid station behind the lines. (AP Photo/ENJ)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

GI's use entrenching tools as they dig in Korean hilltop North of Seoul, South Korean capital on Jan. 8, 1951. A burning village in background sends up smoke pillar. From left are: Pfc. Walter Madjarac, Cleveland, Ohio; Pvt. Norman Wolak, Chicago, and Cpl. Chet Collett, of Troy, Ohio. (AP Photo/ENH)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

A medical corpsman lies low to avoid enemy fire as he gives first aid to wounded marine on a hilltop north of Hoengsong on March 7, 1951. The Yank had received head wound moments before from machine gun fire sweeping nearby hillcrest. (AP Photo/John Randolph)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Card game on the forward hatch on Sept. 15, 1951. From Left to right, around circle are Sgt. Gerald C. Jurs, Hamlin, New York; Cpl. Joseph M. Ferro, Bartlesville, Okla; Cpl. Cedric Smith, Brookhaven, Miss; Sgt. James N. Howell, Pecos, Texas and Cpl. Gordon W. Mehlenbacher of Hunt, New York, Sept. 15, 1951.

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Pfc. Ralph W. Barlow of Redondo Beach, Calif., displays a piece of shrapnel that lodged in his armored vest during front line action in Korea on March 30, 1952. The impact knocked Barlow to the ground, but the vest was credited with saving him from serious injury. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

PFC Hurbert ' Murdoch, of 360 East 151st St. Bronx, New York, assistant to Chaplain Antonellis, does his part in helping the wounded as he holds plasma bottle (standing left) on Sept. 25, 1952 at "Kelly Hill" Korean. Kneeling, holding tape is Lt. Fouchs and at right (wearing helmet) is Chaplain Antonellis. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Pfc. Frank S. Rymer, of Minneapolis, Minn., who was wounded on 1st Marine Division patrol duty by an exploding nine only 15 minutes before armistice cease-fire in Korea, is treated at a forward aid station on August 3, 1953. At left is Hospital Corpsman Earl J. Jones, of Heflin, Ala. (AP Photo/Waters)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

First Division Marines push northward out of Hongchon on March 16, 1951, along a winding road on the central Korean front Allied troops were being stopped by Communists holding well dug-in positions on hills northeast of Hongchon an overlooking a vital road junction. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle)

 
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Air Force Cpl. Joseph P. Lany (right) of 639 main St. Torrington, Conn., scrubs Coo Jany Soo, 14-year-old Korean war orphan, in Korea on March 26, 1952 as a Korean helper does likewise with Soo's older brother, Sun, who has been blind since birth. This is part of the program of the Fifth Air Force's 839th Engineer Aviation Battalion to alleviate some of the suffering and misery caused by the Korean War. Korean orphans are rounded up from impromptu homes and are given medical treatment, warm clothing and a good meal. The battalion then arranges for their transportation to an orphanage sponsored by the U.N. for unfortunate waifs. Soo's parents were killed by the Reds more than a year ago as they attempted to cross the lines and gain refuge with UN forces. (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

A painting depicting Christ, The Prince of Peace, consoling a battle-weary Marine, provides an appropriate background in the Korean tent, Dec. 15, 1952 where Lt. Karl Ernst leads First Division leathernecks in prayer. The painting was executed by one of the marine in the outfit. Lt. Ernst, a Protestant navy chaplain, is from McLean, Texas. (AP Photo/FW)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客

Pfc. James E. Barker, left, of Paterson, New Jersey and Pfc. Charles W. Shaffner from Clearfield, Pa., both members of the U.S. Army's 7th Infantry Division, pass away the time by playing cards during their spare time near the front in Korea, June 5, 1951. (AP Photo)

 
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Pvt. Dudley Lufkin, Hollywood, Calif. looks over a series of 'Burma Shave' type signs along a road in the First Cavalry Division area of the Korean front on July 9, 1951. They say, in series: 'Slow down, Joe.' (AP Photo)

 

美国媒体披露的图片---朝鲜战争60周年 (下) - 沉默的麻雀 - 沉默的麻雀的博客
 

Pvt. Dudley Lufkin, Hollywood, Calif. looks over a series of 'Burma Shave' type signs along a road in the First Cavalry Division area of the Korean front on July 9, 1951. They say, in series: “ if you're dead.” (AP Photo)

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