Eugene Hanyzewski Sr. had a mountaintop experience in the Korean War. Literally.
U.S. Air Force Tech Sgt. Eugene Hanyzewski, right, stands next to a fellow airman during one of the bitterly cold winter days during the Korean War.
Eugene Hanyzewski's Korean War photo album includes an image of the radar antenna and related equipment he used more than 60 years ago.
Eugene Hanyzewski stands outside a semitrailer that served as the control room for a radar unit he operated during the Korean War.
Korean War veteran Manoly Traycoff didn't take a nationally known pop singer's vow seriously, but he took an induction center Army officer at his word.
Korean War veteran William Parks discusses his time in the U.S. Army.
VALPARAISO | Stories of combat and death, of survival and camaraderie have been sealed in the mind of William Parks for more than 60 years.
MUNSTER | Two local veterans reunited by The Times' Korean War Veterans History Project were the guests of honor Monday at a Veterans Day luncheon hosted by Hartsfield Village.
Korean War veteran Carmen Foresta talks about his time in Korea.
Korean War veteran Charles "Mike" Mikovetz talks about his time in Korea.
Korean War veteran Joe Pupillo talks about his service time in Korea.
Korean War veteran Bruce Ross talks about his time in Korea.
Korean War veteran Manoly Traycoff talks about his time in Korea.
Korean War veteran Eugene Hanyzewski talks about his time in Korea.
Joe Pupillo made a promise to God on a frigid battlefield in Korea 63 years ago that he believes saved his life and brought peace to the family of a fallen comrade.
Ted Erceg spent 63 years wondering if the boy who grew up a block away in Gary's Kirk Yard neighborhood made it out of the Korean War alive.
Korean War veteran Ted Erceg talks about his time in Korea.
Childhood friends Ted Erceg and Joe Pupillo grew up a block apart in the Kirk Yard neighborhood of Gary, Indiana. The two joined the armed forces during the Korean War and even shared a chance encounter as their battalions headed toward Wonsan on Oct. 20, 1950.But, since that day in Korea, E…
For Ted Erceg, seeing Korean War refugees travel through hard-crusted snow in 40 below zero temperatures amid Siberian winds was bad. Worse yet, they were tramping through it in sandals, the former soldier originally from Gary recalled.
Thomas Crane reads a poem that will be recited at the Veterans Day ceremony Monday in Washington, D.C.
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