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This man was left behind by accident while on patrol. He was out in no mans land all night alone until he could come back to the lines and be recognized.

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SFC Korecki at camp on Fuji.

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Mess Hall at Camp McNair.

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Field Mess in Japan.

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Motor Pool in the Kumwha/Kumsong area.

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Moving out again to form a new MLR.

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MSGT Torpey getting some much needed rest.

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Personnel tent for Conrads squad in Japan.

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In reserve in the Iron Triangle area.

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Al Palen, Company armorer.

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Getting ready for patrol.

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PX in Japan.

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In reserve for one week.

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Supply tent.

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Conrad notified of orders for rotation stateside. (Conrad was first man in Company F to arrive in Korea in advance detail and was attached to 24th Div)

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Conrad at home on leave.

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Warrant Officer pulls strings to get show for troops in Japan.

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Typhoon Ruth's damage to Company F tents.

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Troopship Gen.Heintsleman, former POW transport.

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Typhoon Ruth's destruction of Company F tents.

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Conrad was dunked by friends upon receiving orders for stateside duty.

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Camp Zama, Japan.

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Ships welcome to rotatee's in 1952.

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Conrad receives orders for stateside duty.

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