In November 1950, David Seils, a Marine Corps reservist rifleman, marched through frigid weather and fought at the Chosin Reservoir, the site of one of the Korean War's bloodiest battles.
Stanley Regelman poses in a battle position while serving in the Army during the Korean War. Regelman, of Munster, died in 1990.
The late Stanley Regelman and his wife, Marilyn, in 1989. Regelman served as an Army forward observer in the Korean War.
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