Letters to the Editor

Don't forget sacrifices military made in Korea

Your recent article on the salute to the "Greatest Generation" commemorating the end of World War II with Japan in September 1945 is noted with pride.

It is significant to note that five years beyond, the "Later Generation" had to strike back and counter another American enemy -- North Korea -- with an amphibious landing at Inchon, Korea on Sept. 15, 1950.

Marine casualties in that three-year war were 4,267 killed in action and 23,744 wounded in action. Semper fi.

Al Doublet