Inchon invasion, September 1950: Troops unload landing craft at Inchon's Red Beach on 18 September 1950, three days after the initial landings there. The LCVP in the center is from USS Alshain (AKA-55). Wolmi-Do island is in the background (80-G-467293).
NHHC online resources related to the Korean War include U.S. Navy carrier combat action reports, discussion of Chinese intervention from the Colloquium on Contemporary History, and an overview of mine warfare.
History of U.S. Naval Operations: Korea , an online version of James A. Field's comprehensive history of the Korean War, first released in 1962 and no longer in print.
Navy Interdiction Korea Vol. II, Task Force Seventy-Seven's "interdiction" strike to deprive the enemy of supplies and transport facilities. (1 January 1952)
Essay on Naval Battles of the Korean War, by Edward J. Marolda (Reproduced with permission from: Tucker, Spencer C. ed. Encyclopedia of the Korean War: A Political, Social, and Military History)
Essay: Operation Chromite: The Invasion of Inchon, by Adam Bisno, Ph.D., NHHC Communication and Outreach Division
Overview: Chosin Reservoir—Battle, Fighting Retreat, and Evacuation, by Emily J. Lambert, intern with NHHC Communication and Outreach Division
Korean War Chronology
Hungnam and Chinnampo Evacuations