Pork Chop Hill Theater Service
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Pork Chop Hill Display Recognition Inquiry
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Authorized for theater Service in Korea during the battle period. Although many historians have criticized the largest battle before the end of the Korean War as pointless, American determination and strength proved that a well-armed and supported force can prevent a vastly superior sized aggressor from achieving victory. Out-numbered two-to-one, American forces inflicted seven times as many casualties on Chinese forces. After Allied withdrawal at the end of hostilities the Chinese Communists gained nothing more than a desolate hill upon which to bury their 1,500 dead.
Lieutenant General Arthur G. Trudeau, Commanding.