Korean War Veterans William “Bill” Stegall, left, and Don Putnam, sit on one of the granite benches at the North Carolina Korean War Memorial in Mint Hill. Behind Putnam is one of the four pillars that lists the names of the 788 North Carolinians who lost their lives during the Korean War.
Korean War Veterans William “Bill” Stegall, left, and Don Putnam, sit on one of the granite benches at the North Carolina Korean War Memorial in Mint Hill. Behind Putnam is one of the four pillars that lists the names of the 788 North Carolinians who lost their lives during the Korean War. Melinda Johnston
Korean War Veterans William “Bill” Stegall, left, and Don Putnam, sit on one of the granite benches at the North Carolina Korean War Memorial in Mint Hill. Behind Putnam is one of the four pillars that lists the names of the 788 North Carolinians who lost their lives during the Korean War. Melinda Johnston

How the Forgotten War is remembered here

April 17, 2017 10:26 AM

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