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According to U. The Americans attempted to escape, and the North Koreans opened fire, wounding the commander and two others. With capture inevitable, the Americans stalled for time, destroying the classified information aboard while taking further fire. Several more crew members were wounded. Finally, the Pueblo was boarded and taken to Wonson.

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The cheering Korean crowds were enough to stop any man in his tracks—even the president of the United States. A few individuals were reportedly trampled as onlookers waved U. There he gave a speech commending the people on having rebuilt their nation since the —53 Korean War and proffered his thanks for ing the fight in Vietnam. Lyndon and Lady Bird then attended a state dinner in their honor followed by a program of traditional Korean folk songs and dances.

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A three-man patrol follows a path along the southern edge of the DMZ in November Associated Press. The armistice that halted the Korean War did not officially end the conflict, but it did establish a mile-long, roughly 2.

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Troops of the Republic of Korea safeguarded the southern side of the DMZ, save for an mile section patrolled by the U. From through October only eight Americans had been killed in border clashes with the North. The Central Intelligence Agency and U. Eight additional infantry divisions, three motorized infantry divisions, a tank division, and various infantry and tank brigades were on standby.

In addition to conventional forces, North Korea deployed the 17th Foot Reconnaissance Brigade and the th and rd Army Units, each broken down into two- to man teams armed with either submachine guns or AK assault rifles. North Korean personnel strength on the border was estimated at aroundFacing them were upward ofSouth Korean and U.

In the predawn darkness of November 2, as President Johnson and the first lady slumbered in Seoul, North Korean soldiers armed with grenades and submachine guns slipped through the DMZ. In the predawn darkness of November 2, as President Johnson and the first lady slumbered in Seoul, North Korean soldiers armed with grenades and submachine guns slipped through the DMZ and ambushed a United Nations patrol comprising seven Americans from the 2nd Infantry Division and an accompanying South Korean.

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Though the members of the patrol fought fiercely, all but year-old Pfc. David Bibee were killed. Wounded by shrapnel, Bibee played dead while the Koreans looted the bodies. Johnson learned of the incident later that day as he and Lady Bird boarded their stateside-bound plane in Seoul.

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Commanding U. Charles Bonesteel III, who formed a working group to develop a counterinsurgency strategy. He had his work cut out for him. The Pentagon hamstrung Bonesteel from the start, making no secret of the fact his command was third in line for troops and materiel after Vietnam and the U. His primary concern was to keep a lid on tensions along the DMZ, as there was certainly no love lost between the two Koreas. On Jan. Korea-based soldiers of the U. Meanwhile, attacks on Americans continued. In February one U. On May 22 North Korean infiltrators set off demolition charges at the U.

Attacks killed eight more U. In September saboteurs dynamited two South Korean trains, one carrying U. The fighting spread beyond the DMZ. On June 19 four South Korean policemen and a civilian were killed in a firefight with North Korean infiltrators near Daegu, toward the southern end of the peninsula.

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By then South Korean intelligence officials were warning U. As the of attacks escalated that summer, Bonesteel called in U. From May through January U. The most serious North Korean incursion to date came on January 17, when all 31 members of the th Army Unit cut through the wire along the DMZ and fanned out into the South Korean countryside. Their orders from Lt. Two days later four South Korean brothers out cutting wood stumbled across the unit. Instead of killing the brothers, the North Korean commander sought to indoctrinate them into the communist cause. Unbowed, the brothers immediately notified South Korean authorities, and by the next morning the national police and South Korean military were on full alert.

The unit eluded all searchers.

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Left: U. Right: Kim Shin-jo was the only one of the 31 attackers taken alive. National Archives of Korea. Entering Seoul in small teams on the night of January 20—21, the North Koreans changed into South Korean army uniforms to pose as a unit returning from patrol. By 10 p. The unit had closed to within yards of its intended target, when a local police chief approached and questioned the men.

Suspicious of their answers, he drew his sidearm, but the infiltrators shot him dead.

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Other policemen returned fire, killing two North Koreans and sparking a running gunfight as the unit dispersed, fleeing north toward the DMZ. Over the next eight days U. Only one North Korean ultimately made it back across the DMZ; 25 others were killed, one committed suicide, one was captured, and one vanished.

Four American soldiers and 26 South Koreans died in the fighting; 66 others were wounded, including two-dozen civilian bus passengers caught in the initial crossfire. On January 23, two days after the assassination attempt, North Korean patrol boats operating in the Sea of Japan fired on and seized the American reconnaissance vessel Pueblo in international waters, killing one crewman. By the time the United States was able to mount a response, the ship was under guard in the North Korean port of Wonsan.

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Its 82 surviving crewmen were soon spirited off to inland POW camps. They targeted provinces with an active South Korean military presence, likely hoping to provoke further reaction along the Korean DMZ. Veterans have renewed calls for the repatriation of Pueblo. The assassination attempt in Seoul and the capture of Pueblo prompted Johnson to order a show of force off the Korean peninsula, a demonstration involving a half-dozen aircraft carriers and their embarked fighter squadrons.

The president also ordered a partial mobilization of military reservists—the first such directive since the Cuban Missile Crisis. Seoul floated the idea of withdrawing its troops from Vietnam in order to reinforce its own position against the communist North, and South Korean leaders openly discussed retaliatory strikes north of the DMZ. Operating behind the scenes, the Johnson administration pulled diplomatic strings to prevent both a retaliatory strike from Seoul and a South Korean withdrawal from Vietnam.

At the same time, Johnson extended the tours of South Korea—based U. Early in the Korean War primarily British elements of the U. South of the 2nd Infantry Division positions along the Imjin, the 7th Infantry Division moved into the mountains and dispatched foot and air patrols intended to thwart infiltrating North Koreans. Regardless, isolated radio relay sites soon came under attack.

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Short on manpower, the 7th reinforced the vulnerable outposts with scouts, cooks, supply clerks and medics. To reduce the potential of ambush, plows continually cleared roides leading to and along the border, while aircraft sprayed defoliants. The personnel shortages in Korea-based American units were, of course, a result of the priority given to operations in Vietnam.

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In an effort to fill out vacancies in Korea, qualified junior enlisted soldiers were sent to noncommissioned officer academies, and promising NCOs received field promotions to lieutenant. To improve combat readiness, the two divisions along the Imjin also undertook intensive refresher training in light infantry and counterinsurgency tactics.

The training proved timely, as in alone U. The hardening of the DMZ prompted Pyongyang to mount an amphibious operation against South Korea that fall, aimed at establishing guerrilla camps in the Taebaek Mountains.

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After midnight on October 30 patrol boats dropped commandos at eight predetermined locations along the eastern coast. After failing to indoctrinate local villagers, the infiltrators were forced to flee for their lives in the face of a massive manhunt by South Korean and U. More than North Koreans were killed for a loss of 40 South Korean soldiers, policemen and militiamen, three U. Like the earlier assassination attempt in Seoul, the operation was a fiasco for Pyongyang.

In return, Park agreed not to go north.

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Military analysts floated various theories to explain why North Korea discontinued its cross-border operations. Some believed Pyongyang had lost the backing of China.

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