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Korean War T-34 Picture
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:29 pm
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General Dean's Kill!
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July 15, 2007

A Russian made T34/85 tank knocked out in Taejon, Korea, on 20 July stands at testimony to the heroic action of Major General William F. Dean, Commanding Officer,24th Infantry Division.(Korean War Signal Corps Collection).

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2007 3:40 pm
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General Dean's Kill!
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July 15, 2007

A Russian made T34/85 tank knocked out in Taejon, Korea, on 20 July stands at testimony to the heroic action of Major General William F. Dean, Commanding Officer,24th Infantry Division.(Korean War Signal Corps Collection).


Not to be insulting here, but if a CG is 'Assisting in killing tanks', he must have REALLY been 'location challanged'......(LOST). Or even worse, "Failed to understand the tactical situation, and was in the wrong place at the wrong time."

Just being a bit cynical
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That pretty much explains the Gen Dean situation. He led the 'Quick Reaction Force' That deployed from Japan when the North invaded the South and in the retreat down the peninsula was captured. I remember reading about it years ago (like in a scholastic books book on the Korean War I bought at a Junior High School book sale

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That pretty much explains the Gen Dean situation. He led the 'Quick Reaction Force' That deployed from Japan when the North invaded the South and in the retreat down the peninsula was captured. I remember reading about it years ago (like in a scholastic books book on the Korean War I bought at a Junior High School book sale



Soooo... That would be 'Task Force Smith'???

That explains it.

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The next step after that (I was working from a 40 year old memory when I wrote that Rolling Eyes ).

I didn't realize he had received the medal of Honor. Shocked

www.militarymuseum.org/DeanCMH.html

And if the quote at the bottom of that page is accurate I would say he aggreed with your assesment of the situation.

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Tragic results when one is expected to win in an unwin-able situation. His obvious pain must have driven him to the grave. No 'rightous' leader should carry such a burden.

Task Force Smith was a casualty of an uncaring / unprepared Country, an unprepared government, and a military (as a whole) which was allowed to stagnate following WWII.

Not Gen Deans fault.

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