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Punchbowl Bunker, Heartbreak Ridge, temperature about 30 degrees below zero. Walsh’s bunker and another to the left.  - [back of item]
1952
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In blocking, where I am now. You can see how the hills were shot up.  - [back of item]
circa 1951-1952
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Walsh recalls looking down on "Joe Chink and waiting to snipe."  - [back of item]
circa 1951 - 1952
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On Heartbreak Ridge, after a heavy snow.  - [back of item]
circa 1951-1952
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Me (Walsh) and my assist (Clouse)  - [back of item]
circa 1951-1952
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This is our Machine Gun Section. We were building a bunker back in Blocking Position. This is before the snows came. Dog Company 35th Regiment, 25 Infantry Division. Left to Right: Top three soldiers - unidentified, unidentified, CPL Victor Torres. Next two soldiers - Pvt. Carroll Truscott, Pvt. James F. Walsh. Next six soldiers - S.Sgt. Dean Warren, Sgt FC George Shoemaker, Pvt. Joseph Geiger, unidentified, Pvt. Norbert Grzegoreb, Pvt. Francis Painter. Bottom Row, next four soldiers - Pvt. Raymond Goins, Pvt. Sergio Lasapio, Pvt. William Bouton, Pvt. Im To Song (alias Joe ROK).  - [back of item]
circa 1951 - 1952
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Photograph was taken on Line. On the MLR Reverse Slope, Kumhwa, North Korea. Left to Right: Pvt. Hartland Clouse (his face), Pvt. Norbert Grzegoreb, Pvt. James F. Walsh, Pvt. Loverne Heideman, with an arm around Pvt. Bill ROK (Korean name unknown).  - [back of item]
circa 1951-1952
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Me in Reserve. And that was home behind me.  - [back of item]
circa 1951-1952
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Dog Company's 1st gun, 3rd section of Heavy .30 caliber machine-guns. Shooting is a training problem. Left to Right: S.Sgt. Dean Warren, Pvt James F. Walsh, Pvt. Hartland Clouse. Way back in September.  - [back of item]
circa 1951-1952
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Me, Clouse and Bouton in reserve, near Whochon.  - [back of item]
circa 1951-1952
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