The Canadian Forces were involved in the 1950–1953 Korean War conflict and its aftermath. Canada participated on the side of the United Nations in the Korean War, with 26,000 Canadians participating in the Korean War, and Canada sending eight destroyers. Canadian aircraft provided transport, supply and logistics. 516 Canadians died in the conflict, 312 of the deaths were from combat. Photographs are displayed in no particular sequence operationally or chronologically.
Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps Staff Sergent Medical Assistant chats with patient wounded in Korea
Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps medical team treats wounded soldier in Korea
R.C.A.M.C medic relaxing in Korea
Surgery in a sandbagged bunker in Korea
Medic providing first aid to wounded soldier in Korea
Royal Australian Army Medical Corps personnel in Korea
Royal Canadian Air Force nursing sister chatting with a patient from the Korean War as they prepare to take off for Canada