FILE - In this Dec. 22, 1950 file photo, frostbite casualties of First Marine Division and Seventh Infantry Division who linked to break out of Communist encirclement wait for evacuatio

 

              FILE - In this Dec. 22, 1950 file photo, frostbite casualties of First Marine Division and Seventh Infantry Division who linked to break out of Communist encirclement wait for evacuatio
FILE - In this Dec. 22, 1950 file photo, frostbite casualties of First Marine Division and Seventh Infantry Division who linked to break out of Communist encirclement wait for evacuation by plane in the Changjin area, North Korea. Thomas Hudner, now a retired Navy captain, heads to Pyongyang on Saturday, July 20, 2013 with hopes of traveling in the coming week to the region known in North Korea as the Jangjin Reservoir, accompanied by soldiers from the Korean People's Army, to the spot where the Navy's first black pilot, Ensign Jesse Brown died in December 1950. The reservoir was the site of one of the Korean War's deadliest battles for Americans, who knew the place by its Japanese name, Chosin. The snowy mountain region was nicknamed the "Frozen Chosin," and survivors are known in U.S. history books as the "Chosin Few." (AP Photo/DOD, File)