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    North Korean military (Korean People's Army, KPA) forces crossed the border and drove into South Korea on 25 June 1950. Joseph Stalin had final decision power and several times demanded North Korea postpone the invasion, until he and Mao Zedong both gave their final approval in spring 1950.

  2. The music of North Korea includes a wide array of folk, pop, light instrumental, political, and classical performers. Beyond patriotic and political music, popular groups like Pochonbo Electronic Ensemble and Moranbong Band perform songs about everyday life in the DPRK and modern light pop reinterpretations of classic Korean folk music.

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  4. Battle of the Chosin Reservoir, Chosin also called Changjin, campaign early in the Korean War, part of the Chinese Second Offensive (November–December 1950) to drive the United Nations out of North Korea. The Chosin Reservoir campaign was directed mainly against the 1st Marine Division of the U.S. X Corps, which had disembarked in eastern North Korea and moved inland in severe winter weather ...

  5. Army Organization for Diversity, 2003-2010. In 2003 the Chief of Staff, Army, General Eric K. Shinseki, directed the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command to study the underrepresentation of women and racial minorities within the service’s senior officer ranks.

  6. Aug 04, 2020 · Awards and Decorations. Concerning awards, Army Regulation 600–8–22 is regulation that provides Department of the Army policy, criteria, and administrative instructions in regards to individual military decorations, Army Good Conduct Medals, service medals and ribbons, combat and special skill badges and tabs, and unit decorations.

  7. In 1958, the Army exhumed 13 bodies from military cemeteries across North Africa and Europe and brought them to the Epinal American Cemetery and Memorial in France. On May 12, 1958, Major General Edward J. O’Neill placed a red and white wreath on one of the 13 caskets, selecting the Unknown who would represent the Trans-Atlantic (Europe and ...

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