WAR IN KOREA: Biggest Fire Raid

WAR IN KOREA

The place might have looked like a native collection of huts—except that U.S. air maps showed no village on the site, certainly not one that covered four square miles. Actually it was a big Communist supply dump, 30 miles northwest of the Panmunjom truce site. The Reds tried their best to disguise it by covering the boxes, barrels and bags with thatching that looked like roofs. A month ago, U.S. reconnaissance pilots spotted the dump for what it was. But the airmen waited while it grew into one of the lushest...

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