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         The photos on this site were submitted by Gene Fingerhut. Gene was a member of Company "H", 160th Regt. He was sent to Korea in Jan 1952 and spent most of the time in 160th RCT, 2nd battalion, 40th Division, H (Howe) Company as platoon leader, 81mm mortars on Heartbreak Ridge (Hill 851). In Nov 1952, a massive attack by the North Koreans attempted to push them off Heartbreak Ridge. That night the paltoon fired three deuce and halfs and two 1 ton trucks of ammo.


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Lt. Gene Fingerhut

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Lt. Gene Fingerhut

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Gene's bunker Heartbreak Ridge

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Line Kansas

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Travis--??--Newkirk

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Flaig--Wigener--McNeely--Newkirk

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Sasbastian

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Lt Fingerhut-Pak Son Ke-Pon Son Yob

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Camp in reserve

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Line Kansas

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Digging positions-Heartbreak Ridge

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Flaig--McNeely--Toma

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Breaktime-Kansas Line

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Gianatti--Cassada--Muth--Betz--Jackson
Kneeling-Sabastian


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McGowan--Garcia

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The bunker

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Jackson--Flaig--Newkirk

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Flaig

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Coming back from Line Kansas.

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McNeely--Newkirk

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Flaig with 81MM mortar

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