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- Arthur W. Brule ***
U.S. Army *** Korea 1950-1953
- Art was in the Massachusetts National Guard
when he was activated for "Active Duty" on March 28,
1950 as the Korea War was beginning. Basic training at Fort Dix,
N.J. became a Radio, Communications Specialist and assigned to
Korea with Headquarters Communications, 5th RTC, (Regimental
Combat Team,) 24th Infantry. He strung and pulled wire throughout
Korea, from Pusan to crossing the Yellow River 3 times as the
U.S. and NATO forces had ping pong offensives and counter-offensives
with North Korean and Chinese Nationalist Forces. A Special Forces
Captain handed him a film and camera and this is what Art used
till it broke and was given a burial at sea while returning to
the USA on the U.S.S. General Pope.
Basic Training Fort Dix, N.J. March 1950.
Somewhere in Korea September, 1950-August 1951
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