Charles Goodman served in Korea as a platoon commander in the Canadian Army. For a three month period in 1952 he was a Liaison Officer at 1 Commonwealth Division HQ. At the time he was a 2/Lieut. (He later retired as a Major) Most of his time was spent carrying messages to HQ 1 Marine Division. He was invited to go on an assault landing exercise with them. They sailed on USS Magoffin to the island of To-Chok-Do. These are some of his spectacular photos. Our thanks to "Chic"


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USS Magoffin (APA-199)

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Practicing bringing aboard injured

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Papa #4

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Loading troops in the boats

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Going down the cargo nets

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Boat wave heading in to the beach

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Full loads of troops

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The Beach

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Boat Line

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Amtrac's heading in

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Troops wading ashore

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Landing craft and local vessel

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2/Lieut. Chic Goodman

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Troops, boats and sampan

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