GoTranscript Audio Test Answer | April 27, 2021

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Mentioned the Korean War to anybody under the age of 50, watch their eyes glaze over. At best, they’ll remember being forced to watch mash with their parents rolling their eyes at the sometimes over-the-top sentimentality of Alan Alda and for those who are actually there. However, it almost immediately evokes the memory of greens at Pusan Inchon Chosun reservoir where the Punchbowl older Americans everywhere remember the Marine Corps combat readiness, courage, and military skills that were largely responsible for the success of these early operations from 1950-1951, not as dramatic or well known are the important accomplishments of the Marines during the latter part of the Korean War. In March of 1952, First Marine Division redeployed from the east-central front to West Korea. This new sector nearly 35 miles in length, anchored the far western end device and was one of the most critical of the entire Eighth Army line. Here the Marines block the enemy’s goal of penetrating to Seoul, the South Korean Capitol, Northwest marine main line of resistance, less than five miles distance play Penn moons on site of the sporadic news negotiations. Defensive their strategic area exposed Marines to continuous and deadly communism probes and limited objective attacks. These bitter and costly contests for a key outpost for such names as Bunker Hill, the hook that Nevada’s including Carson Reno in Vegas, and of course Boulder City, underground Marines supported by first marine aircraft wing squadrons. Fighting continued until the last day of the war, July 27, 1953. The Korean War marked the first real test of free world solidarity in the face of communist force in repulsing this attempted communist aggression, the United Nations-led by the United States served to notice that it will not hesitate to aid those nations whose freedom and independence was under attack.

As events have subsequently proven, holding the line against communist encroachment is a battle whose end is not yet in sight and for me, aggression may explode brazenly on the world scene with an overt act of invasion, as it did in Korea in June 1950. Or it may take the form of murderous guerrilla war as it did more recently for over a decade in Vietnam. Whatever guys, the enemy of the United States chooses, wherever he or she draws his or her battle line, he or she will find the Marines with her age-old answer. Today, as in Korean era, the Marine Corps is in full readiness and in spite of the smarmy antics of Gomer pile, rest assured they’re prepared to apply the cutting edge against any threat to American Security.

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