STRATEGY: Stay & Fight

At Eighth Army headquarters in Korea this week, Army Chief of Staff J. Lawton ("Lightning Joe") Collins put an end to speculation over whether the U.S. would fight on in Korea or get out. The U.S., said General Collins firmly, would "stay and fight." He added that replacements were already flowing to divisions depleted in recent Communist offensives, and that new units, including one new Army division, would go out "in two or three months." No men would be shipped to Korea without their full four months of basic training.

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