Korean War veteran Carmen Foresta talks about his time in Korea.
The Korean War was unlike any the United States had fought before, in part because it technically wasn't a war.
Carmen Foresta, of Dolton, poses with the 75 mm recoilless gun he used in the Korean War.
Carmen Foresta, 87, of Dolton, shows photos of himself from Korea in 1952, left, and later at Camp Polk, La. Foresta is a veteran of both World War II and the Korean War.
Carmen Foresta, 87, of Dolton, shows the U.S. Army jacket he wore during the Korean War. Foresta, who served in the 3rd Infantry Division during that war, is also a veteran of World War II.
Carmen Foresta, of Dolton, rests outside his bunker during the Korean War.
Carmen Foresta, of Dolton, poses with fellow infantrymen outside their bunker during the Korean War.
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