MEN AT WAR: Aid Station

MEN AT WAR Aid Station

From the Korean central front TIME Correspondent Tom Lambert cabled: THE aid station, a big, green-canvas structure, was warm with the heat of a single stove and bright with the glare of eight electric bulbs. Its dirt floor was muddy at the entrance, where the wind blew the rain in through the flaps. Outside, an artillery battery fired steadily to the north. The concussion drummed on the ears, of the men inside.

Through the tent flaps, walking or on litters, came men of the 23rd and 38th Infantry Regiments (2nd...

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