Last Seen Punching With One Hand And His Trench Knife In The Other – They Found His Body Surrounded By 40 Dead Koreans

 
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Often in war, it is difficult to the measure the impact of one man, but when that man is making his last stand on Heartbreak Ridge, the impact becomes clear.

The first couple of years of the Korean War can easily be described as a seesaw strategic battle for control of the peninsula.

However, the same was very much true at the tactical level where the control for every field, hill, and ridge would often see a back and forth game of attack and counter-attack.

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