To reduce the odds of all-out war with the Soviet Union, President Truman called the Korean War a "police action," but to the soldiers who fought, this proxy war was still war. Meet some of the men from our area who served. ...

All soldiers have endured hardship, but some have faced an additional burden. Such was the case for Fred Ohr, a son of Korean immigrants, wwho not only became an ace Army Air Corps pilot, but a squadron Commander. ...