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Korean War Veteran Rediscovers Priceless Collection of Wartime Photos

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For the past few months, veteran Arthur Moss has been working with his daughter to rediscover and preserve the past.  In 1951 and 1952, Moss served two tours of duty as a Navy photographer on Task Force 77 during the Korean War. Each day, he manned the deck of the USS Bonhomme Richard and captured the action with a large Fairchild K-20 camera.  “There always was danger … and someone had to be watching pretty much most of the time,” Moss, 91, told The Epoch Times from his home in Apple Valley, Calif. “It’s a two-way street: you want to take care of yourself, [but] you know you want to get a picture.” “Of course, the weather wasn’t always real favorable. It was pretty cold out there. But we managed.” Recently, Moss and his daughter, Tanya Ison, unearthed a treasure trove of about 200 negatives that they thought had been …

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