FILE - In this July 1953 black-and-white photo, Gen. Mark Clark, United Nations supreme commander in the far east, affixes his signature to armistice documents at his base camp in Munsan, Korea. Sixty... more 
FILE - In this July 1953 black-and-white photo, Gen. Mark Clark, United Nations supreme commander in the far east, affixes his signature to armistice documents at his base camp in Munsan, Korea. Sixty years after it finished fighting in Korea, the U.S. is still struggling with two legacies that are reminders of the costs -- political, military and human -- that war can impose on the generations that follow. The first is the leading role that America still is committed to playing in defending South Korea should the 1950-53 Korean War re-ignite. (AP Photo) less 
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Associated Press
Fri, Jul 26, 2013 2:15 PM EDT