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All these pictures were taken with the 1st Marine Division when Hanrahan was with the 934th which was attached to the 1st Marines. Dec 24th, 1950 Hungnam being shelled by the Missouri; wounded Chinese prisoner - Hanrahan gave him a cigarette; some children in Hamhung; 2 Chinese prisoners.
Home at 28th Brigade Oct/51; Hanrahan (in cap) directing an air strike with Antrac 7 vhf/uhf radio receiver/transmitter; a weapons carrier - 28th British brigade; warning sign enroute to do an airstrike Oct/51; an air strike; warning sign the west central front summer 1951- a farmer and his family got safely through the mines and wire but there was no sign of his bull; hence the sign.
G.T. Hanrahan at the Front Oct. 7/51 with the 28th British Brigade. He was wounded the next day. Cpl. G.T. Hanrahan and Lt. Clyde Armstrong of the 18th Fighter Bomber Wing with the 28th.
These are 4 of the survivors of the 934th Signal Battalion at a re-union of the 5th Communications Sqd. held at Charleston SC in October, 1977 - from left to right in 2 of the pictures - Clement Bunn, Goldsboro, NC; Warren Haire, Rogers City, MI; Cornelius Kruchten, Orlando, FL; George T. Hanrahan, Vancouver, BC Canada.The other picture is with wives.
The 934th was an Outpost Company of the 5th Comm Sqd. and was attached to the 1st Marine division from the Inchon invasion on 15/16 September, 1950 to the Wonsan Invasion in October, the push to the Yalu, the evacuation from Hungnam on Christmas Eve, 1950 and the subsequent arrival at Pusan some days later. The 934th numbered at the time 1 Officer - Lt. Hunter Dunn and 18 enlisted men, namely, John T. Millan, Bernard E. Bianchi, Elvin C. Brest, Clement H. Bunn, Harry Casterline, Warren O. Haire, Lamar C. Reigel, Robert Schilke, Archibald M. Browning, Cornelius Kruchten, David T. Beatson, Robert B. Fisher, Chester L. Wilson, Joseph W. Byrnes, Marcell Collins, George T. Hanrahan, John W. Robinson, and Charles W. Thompson.
The 934th was disbanded in the early Spring of 1951 and those listed above went to various units and Hanrahan went to the 6150th Tactical Air Sqdn of the 6147th Group, known as the radio jeeps and the air force infantry.
All pictures were taken in Fall of 1951 with the 28th Brigade. Road to the Front - the sign says " Is your journey really necessary. If you go beyond here you will draw shellfire"; Hanrahan, left, with airstrike radio transmitter/receiver ANTRAC 7; air strike; Centurion Tank with Hanrahan on hatch; road to the front - the sign says "Slow 10 mph. Dust brings shells"
Both pictures taken from LST 898 leaving Hungnam on 24 Dec/50 depicting men of the 934th and Marines.
George T. Hanrahan and Clement H. Bunn at the Marine airstrip, Pusan after the evacuation from Hungnam, North Korea on Christmas Eve, 1950. All of the equipment of the 934th which that unit brought out in the evacuation.