2 weeks from today will mark the 60th Anniversary of the armistice that ended the fighting in the Korean War. Sadly this war is largely unremembered by many Americans despite almost 40,000 KIA and some of the toughest and most storiedbattles in Army and Marine history including the Pusan Perimeter, Inchon,The Chosin Reservoir, Chipyong Ni, and Pork Chop Hill to name a few. Too few Americans know anything about the war other than perhaps the old TV show MASH, but the Americans who fought there deserve to be remembered and Saluted. A couple of classic books about the US in the Korean War include "This Kind of War" and " The Forgotten War". The Army learned a hard lesson in the early days of Korea about training and readiness- and the USMC cemented their place in the US Military with their performance in Korea. So on July 27th remember and honor the old vets who have largely been forgotten for their service 60+ years ago.