(James Vestal/Stars and Stripes)

Yongsan Garrison, Seoul, South Korea, December 1960: Draftsman Byung Hi Pak paints markings on a map as 1st Lt. David Graham Jr. checks it against a printed map at the Eighth Army Training Aids Center. The center provided any equipment or device needed as training aids for military classes throughout the United Nations Command. Anything from lecterns and pointers to hurdles for sentry dog training, and even a fake human arm with “blood” for medic training, were stocked in the Yongsan warehouse.

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