Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Commemorating the End of the Forgotten War-Korea
At the time of this interview with Army Col. David Clark, Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of the committee to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War, President Obama hadn't committed to appearing at the event on Saturday, July 27.
The White House has since announced the President's participation.
Col. Clark makes a compelling case for all Americans to recognize the day on which the armistice was signed, marking the cease-fire that ended major hostilities on the Korean Peninsula. He says technically, the war never ended. And although it was never declared a war officially, people are now recognizing the "conflict" for what it was; a war.