Korean War
Battle of Old Baldy
Personnel of the Korean Service Corps unload logs—for the construction of bunkers—from an M-39 Armored Utility Vehicle at the RHE 2nd US Inf Div supply point on "Old Baldy" near Chorwon, Korea.
1952 Jun 26 - 1953 Mar 26

Battle of Old Baldy

Sangnyŏng, North Korea

The Battle of Old Baldy refers to a series of five engagements for Hill 266 in west-central Korea. They occurred over a period of 10 months in 1952–1953, though there was also vicious fighting both before and after these engagements.