Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 78, Number 2, Summer 2000 Page: 196
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By Penn V. Rabb, Jr.*
In the early years of the new century, communi-
ties and individuals across the United States will commemorate
American participation in the Korean Conflict of fifty years ago.
Many of the units engaged in the war were federalized state na-
tional guards. Among the sons, husbands, brothers, friends, and
neighbors who have always willingly answered the call for national
service in times of global turmoil were men who also willingly stood
guard in peacetime as citizen soldiers. In western Oklahoma the
179th Infantry Regiment of the Oklahoma National Guard has a
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