U.S. Army Browning Machine Gun, cal. .30, M-1917A1, Korean War

U.S. Army Browning Machine Gun, cal. .30, M-1917A1, Korean War

This photo was taken by a U.S. Army Signal Corps photographer during the attack on Yongsan, Korea 2 September 1950. A weapons crew of the 2nd Infantry Division is shown firing the .30 cal. water-cooled M-1917A1 Browning Machine Gun toward enemy positions in the distance. The clear, crisp foreground of this photo shows a lot of detail of the machine gun as well as the individual equipment of the infantrymen. The loader has several hand grenades clipped to his web belt and the gunner has a .45 automatic pistol in a holster on his.

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