Nation's first Korean War dead reaches U.S. Navy officers stand at attention aboard the USS General Randall as Capt. Richard Maeder of Holliston, Mass., places the wreath of Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer over the ship's hold containing bodies of 57 American war dead returned from Korea on March 22, 1951 in San Francisco. The dead include Maj. Gen. Bryant E. Moore, former commander of the US Ninth Corps in Korea. Picture with Capt. Maeder is Navy Chaplain Kermit Meier, holding Gold Star Mother's wreath and Young Han Choo, consul general of the Republic of Korea.
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