Korean War vets are overlooked
Re “Service disconnect,” May 30
I too am a Korean War veteran and would like to thank reader Frank Seiden for writing on behalf of my fellow veterans from that war.
Recently, I attended a service on Memorial Day where a speaker quoted the theme “lest we forget” and proceeded to mention World War II and the wars in Vietnam and Afghanistan. I immediately felt a sting, as surely other veterans did, for the sacrifice of the more than 30,000 Americans who gave their lives fighting the Korean War.
Mr. Seiden, you said it all: It’s the forgotten war.