Earl Jackson

Earl Daniel Jackson Sr served at the end of WWII (US Air Corp, PFC) He received a WWII Victory Medal. Sergeant First Class ARMOR-USAR, Ready Reserve (active status) was inducted November 17, 1950. He served as a tank commander, CO A, 73rd, HVY Tank BN. He received teh Korean SVC Medal w/2 Bronze SVC Stars and UN Svc Medal. He was transferred to the Army Reserve on August 27, 1942 and was honorably discharged on September 17, 1956.

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Korean War - Key Events

July 10, 1951

Truce talks between the UN and the communists begin at Kaesŏng. The negotiations do not mark an end to the war, however; the fighting continues for two more years. In October the peace talks relocate to the village of P’anmunjŏm.

These events are taken from the Encyclopedia Britannica

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