A book honoring Korean War veterans is available at no cost to Veterans who served in that conflict.
“Korea Reborn,” a 161-page, hardcover book containing photos depicting images of the Republic of South Korea during the war and as it appears now, thanks to the sacrifice of American Service Members. Copies will be available at the Williams County Veterans Service Office, 1425 E. High Street, Bryan Ohio, Monday April 28th until the supply is exhausted.
The book was funded by South Korean sources and is being distributed as a way to show gratitude to Korean War veterans. The books will be given on a first come, first serve basis, during normal business hours, with priority going to those veterans who served in country during the Koran War. A copy of a DD214 is required to receive a free copy of the book.
Once all interested “In Country” Korean War Veterans of Williams County are served, then surviving spouses will be able to receive a copy. Remaining books will be donated to the local libraries to honor all who served.
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