Fallen, Not Forgotten

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From left, Thomas Tanaka of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, joins Marsha Joyner, Richard Higa and Herbert Schreiner of the Korean War Veterans Association, in a salute to the fallen soldiers of the Korean War on July 27, the 58th anniversary of the armistice agreement marking the end of the conflict. More than 100 veterans joined in a service at the National Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu, Hawaii to remember the 456 Hawaiians who lost their lives during the war. The service was held in conjunction with the 16th reunion of Hawaii’s Korean War veterans. Retired Army Gen. David A. Bramlett, giving the keynote address, noted that the economic success of South Korea was built on the sacrifices of the veterans. “The Korean War has never been the forgotten war for Koreans,” Bramlett declared. (GWEN MURANAKA/Rafu Shimpo)

 

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  1. As a daughter of a Korean War Veteran, I stand proudly with my father and will never forget the Korean War especially those who made the supreme sacrifice. Thank you for your service!

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