The Army communications machines at the Pentagon, one day last week,
were hammering out the Korean casualty list. Next to the regular entry,
"K.I.A." (killed in action), the machines printed: None. For the first
time in 53 weeks, 24 hours had passed in Korea without a single U.S.
soldier dying on the battlefield.
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