Norman E. Wood in Korea
In early 1951 my father, Norman E. Wood, embarked on a journey half way around the world to Korea. Here he made friends honed his skills all to the backdrop of a war.
What follows are pictures he had from those years. He did do some captioning and organizing of these pictures. All he had were his eyes and a magnifying glass and bad light, so not everybody is identified. They are in semi-chronological order, split up into four major times encompassing training at Fort Lewis WA., sailing to Korea on the Gen. E.D. Patrick, time spent in Pusan, one day in transit to the PPCLI B Echelon camp, and finally the time spent at the PPCLI B Echelon camp.
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