"Can you tell us about it, son?" the bald-headed colonel asked gently. "Do you feel good enough for that?"
"Yes, sir," said the redheaded young private.
At a medical clearing station in South Korea last week, Pfc. Roy Manring, 18, of Chicago, sat up in his litter and told the colonel from the U.S. Army's judge advocate general's department about the things that had happened to him and his buddies at Hill 303. A small audience of newsmen, including TIME'S James Bell, listened to his story.
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