Veterans revisit war sites 60 years later
Until last week, Dick Fogel and Chuck Crumbacher remembered South Korea as a poor, war-torn country filled with toppled buildings and rubble.
Sixty years after the longtime DeKalb residents served with the U.S. Army in the Korean War, they had a chance to revisit the country where they helped defend democracy.
They were surprised to see the recovery of the country, which now has cities with bustling six-lane highways, skyscrapers, modern architecture, low crime and low unemployment.
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