This page has lots of graphics. Please
allow time to
This page was set up to provide
a place to put other photos from and/or about Korea
during the war years that were from other
organizations that were in Korea.
has any photos that they feel would be of interest
to Korean War Veterans that are willing to place on
this site please and I will be glad
to put them on this site.
Maj.Curley Knepp, USA, (Ret) served two
tours in Korea during the war. He was with the 5th
RCT from Jan 52 thru Dec 52. Attached to the 25th
Inf Div and the 40th Inf Div. He went back to Korea
in June 53 thru May 54 and served with the 3rd Inf
Div. Curley is presently living and working in Korea
for the USAF. Curley furnished me with some material
from which photos were extracted and also the web
site that other photos were extracted.
following statement was extracted from the USFK web
site.)The United States Forces Korea
Web site is provided as a public service by the
Commander, United States Forces Korea. Information
presented on the USFK Web site is considered public
information and may be distributed or
Towards the back of this site are
another 21 pictures taken from a copy of a special
edition of the Stars and Stripes from Korea dated
June 16, 2000 commemorating the 50th anniversary of
the Korean War. I thank Curley for sending me a copy
of this paper.
Maj.Curley Knepp on vacation in China. In the
background is the Great Wall of China.
Battle at Chipyong-Ni
up north by the Yalu
gun pit 1950
in support 1950
march through heavy snow covered mountains in North
Korea during early winter.
Francis Conners plants a U.S. flag on Sandbag Castle
after a 30 minute struggle was waged under heavy
fire in January 1953. Communist snipers only 15
yards away were unable to destroy or capture the
flag. The Army troops on Sandbag Castle protected
that flag.No way would that flag come down from
there. These troops were willing to die for the
flag. And they proved it.
soldier from the 7th Inf Div checks a communist soldier.
In the background are Chinese prisoners of war.
Chinese are questioned at Koturri, near the Chosin
Reservoir. The Chinese were captured by U S Marines
4 miles from a North Korean power station Nov 27,
of the 1st Marine Division relax by a Korean hut
after destroying an enemy sniper position there
1950. Members of the 89th Tank BN listen to the news
16, 1950. A South Korean child sits in the street after
elements of the U S Marines and the South Korean
Marines invaded Inchon.
1950. Task Force Smith troops board ship in Japan for
Korea in the beginning of the war. Many soldiers of
this unit died in battle.
few members of the West Point Class of 1950. This
picture was taken in North Korea in 1950. Of the 670
graduates of that class 41 were killed and 84
wounded. Leftto right: Cliston Pritchett, Thomas
Dreisonstock, Bill DeGraf, John Ufner and a unk
1950. American soldiers of the 21st Regt. 24th Inf Div
were found with their hands tied behind their backs
shot and killed by the Communist North
Marines use ladders to climb the 15 foot high sea
walls during the Inchon invasion Sept 15, 1950.
American infantryman whose buddy was killed in
action is comforted by another soldier Aug 28, 1950.
Graves registration member on left making out KIA
Division storm ashore to strike behind enemy lines
at Inchon 0n Sept. 15, 1950
Marines march south along a mountain road to Koto-ri
during the Chosin Reservoir battle.
1950. Lt Gen Walton H. Walker, left rear. Maj Gen
Frank W.Milburn, right rear and Gen Douglas
Soviets released this photo in 1951 of U N soldiers
captured in Korea by the Chinese.
crew with infantry escort on their way North.
help wounded man of 24th Inf Regt, after a battle 10
miles South of Chorwon on April 22, 1951.
waiting for road block to be eliminated in order to
of the 1st Marine Division cross the Freedom Bridge
over the Imjim River as they pull out of their
positions upon relief by the 24th Inf Div. The
famous bridge had been destroyed and rebuilt during
the war. It later earned it's name after thousands
of repatriated prisoners of war left North Korea
prison camps and crossed over it.
Julias Van Den Stock of Company A, 32nd RCT, 7th Inf Div
rests on a Chinese Communist bunker along the slope
of Hill 902 north of Ip-Tong.