Ordnance depot near Seoul, South Korea, April 1960: Pfc. Larry L. Jarrell of the 58th Ordnance Company (Ammo) checks a just unloaded howitzer shell to see if any maintenance is required on it. Soldiers of the 58th, together with KATUSA, Republic of Korea Army, and Korean civilian workers stored and maintained tons upon tons of various types of ammunition and explosives on a 1,150 acre compound close to the South Korean capital Seoul.
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