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By TIM MOORE
Sunday marks the 55th anniversary of the truce that ended the Korean War. Although the hit television show “M*A*S*H” supposedly was set in Korea, historians often refer to the bloody three-year conflict as “the forgotten war.”
Countless thousands of brave American men fought in the frigid mountains of the Korean peninsula, and almost 165,000 were killed, wounded or captured. Their sacrifice and devotion to duty is so inspiring that our nation must remember them and pay homage to their service.
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