The big word in Korea was "rotation." Under a stepped-up system to
provide replacements for U.S. forces in Korea, 5,000 G.I.s left for the
U.S. last month, 10,000 more are scheduled to come home this month. By
early summer, the Army expects to step up rotation to 20,000 a month,
although a serious rise in casualties would cut that figure sharply.
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