Army Cpl. Harold Evans was listed as missing in action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on Dec. 12, 1950. In 1952, his commanding officer, 1st Lt. Henry Trawick, wrote a letter to Evans' brother, Glenn Evans, saying he did not know whether Cpl. Evans, who was Trawick's Jeep driver, was killed or captured during the three-day battle fought in minus-40-degree weather. The remains of Cpl. Evans, a Grygla, Minn., native, were positively identified last month.
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