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John Smith, Ft. Lewis, May or June 1955Practicing the Manual of Arms in the Signal CorpHolding a B.A.R. (Browning Automatic Rifle)Rear position, climbing towerKorean Sergeant attached to the US ArmyBombed out hospital with Chinese signTelephone pole put there by the Japanese during their occupationKorean countrysideKorean countrysideKorean villageCorporal TuemeKorean villageKorean villageKorean villageLockheed F-86 Saber Jet. 1st US jet in combatThis fish was thrown out of a pond when a hand grenade went off in itJohn SmithBlack Signal Corp or InfantryJohn Smith on pass in Soul, Korea. The 45 sidearm was borrowedAirplaneJohn Smith in the snow, 20-30 miles south of the 38th parallelUnidentified US soldierFlooded-out bridge during the monsoonsJohn Smith receiving award, August 1956 at Ft. LewisUnidentifiedBuilding with tank tracks up the steps.I had gone up to the front lines to find an infantry unit to join, and I got out past the no-man's landI found a unit with the 35th and joined the infantry