COMMAND: Bulldog's End

Lieut. General Walton Harris ("Johnnie") Walker had earned a new nickname for himself in Korea. In World War II, as one of the late George Patton's favorite corps commanders, he had become a specialist in the armored attack. In Korea he had had to turn to defensive tactics—first in the Pusan perimeter, where, with no reserves, he smartly shuttled front-line units from one crisis to another; more recently in North Korea, where he directed the pullback that saved his Eighth Army from destruction. Walker's new nickname: "Little Bulldog."

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