Today marks the anniversary of the cease-fire in Korea in 1953. Often dubbed The Forgotten War, the Korean conflict was a brutal, bruising war that involved retreats, stunning offenses, and a return to trench warfare eerily reminiscent of World War I.

Pfc. Roman Prauty, a gunner with 31st RCT (crouching foreground), with the assistance of his gun crew, fires a 75mm recoilless rifle, near Oetlook-tong, Korea, in support of infantry units directly across the valley. June 9, 1951.

The Army commemorates the Korean War with a slideshow of soldiers in the Korean War.