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After more than 60 years of keeping silent, St. Louis resident and former Marine corpsman Leonard Adreon has decided to write a memoir about one of the bloodiest wars in American history...

As a corpsman, Adreon tells the story from the unique perspective of a young man...

July 27, 1953, is the day the killing stopped in the Korean War 64 years ago. On this anniversary occasion, it is timely to contemplate a solution to the North Korean dilemma confronting the United States and the world. Read more.

July 27, 2017

After more than 60 years of keeping silent, St. Louis resident and former Marine corpsman Leonard Adreon has decided to write a memoir about one of the bloodiest wars in American history. Click here to listen to the full interview here.

 

July 3, 2017

Should the U.S. continue to station troops in South Korea or pull out? Korean War Vet and book author Leonard Adreon spoke about the North Korean threat and his experiences on the battlefield with Steve Malzberg on Newsmax.

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