Korean War  1950-1953


The years 1951-1953 found the Regiment in almost constant combat along the 38th Parallel, occupying defensive positions like Heartbreak Ridge, Punchbowl and Pork Chop Hill, and conducting aggressive combat patrols.

The 14th Infantry's service in Korea earned the Regiment five campaign streamers and a Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation for gallantry at Munsan-Ni.

Three Golden Dragons were awarded the Medal of Honor:  PFC Bryant E. Womack, Medical Co, SGT Donn F. Porter Co G (both posthumously) and PFC. Earnest E. West, Co. L

1949 Camp Carson - Cold Weather Training Command
1950-1953 The 14th Infantry in Korea
1951 Recollections of Glen Thompson, Charlie Company
1951-1952 Photos:  Bravo Company, 1st Platoon
1951-1952 Photos:  Charlie Company, 2nd Platoon - Cpl Raymond Goodman
1951 Photos:  Christmas letter, Korean Carol, Drawing from Cpl Raymond Goodman
1952 Photos:  Echo Company 4th Platoon - Lt. Cliff Powell
1952-1953 Photos:  Company K - Norman E. Gilbert, Jr.
1953-1954 Photos:  Lynx Blue Commo - 3/14th - Lt. Harold Brouphy
1951-1953 Korea Memorial:  They gave the last full measure of devotion...
1952   Medal of Honor:  Don F. Porter
1952   Medal of Honor:  Ernest E. West
1952   Medal of Honor:  Bryant H. Womack


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14th Infantry Regiment History:   Korean War  1950-1953
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