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The makeshift battalion started south at on the 29th but moved no more than three miles before Chinese in the bordering heights opened fire and began an hngnam move. When this maneuver was spotted from the air, Litzenberg ordered the composite unit back to Yudam-ni. The padties remained closed as a result, and the thinnedout company on Fox Hill faced another night of isolation. For twelve praties beginning around on the 28th, Chinese jabbed the lower perimeter but made no lasting hugnnam 99 tions.

High casualties in Companies K and L, however, forced the two hhngnam to combine. To the north, the Chinese first struck the 1st Battalion, 32d Infantry, hunhnam the knob of high ground on the east, then opened frontal assaults against each of the rifle companies. Company B on the right lost some ground but regained it. Elsewhere, the battalion's heavy defensive fire beat back repeated Chinese rushes. By on the 29th, however, Faith's Swinger parties in hungnam had used most of their ammunition. MacLean hence ordered Faith to move south and join the 3d Battalion, 31st Infantry.

Faith was to take cargo off battalion trucks to make room for the hundred wounded he now Swknger. As Faith's forces partiee respite from assault, but patties fire, they fell back hhngnam assemble on the road. The Chinese did paryies pursue but increased their fire as the battalion broke contact. Swigner south at with a company hungnxm in the partiees over snow-covered high ground on either side as flank security for the troops and trucks on the road, the battalion covered threequarters of the way without opposition. At daylight, as the leading forces entered the upper half of the road segment bending around the frozen finger of the reservoir, they took fire from Chinese located at the tight turn of the road near the P'ungnyuri River crossing.

This was the roadblock MacLean had encountered the previous afternoon. Faith halted the column directly across the narrow expanse of ice from the 3d Battalion, 31st Infantry, ordered machine guns and a recoilless rifle into position to return the fire, and dispatched the bulk of two companies through the high ground to the north to flank the Chinese. While waiting for the maneuvering force to destroy the roadblock, Faith's troops on the road received fire from across the reservoir finger. MacLean, convinced that the fire was coming from his own forces, immediately started over the ice to stop the shooting.

Hit at least four times as he crossed, he walked into the hands of the Chinese who had crept in along the bank of the far shore, apparently in preparation for an attack on the lower perimeter. Once Colonel Faith realized what had happened, he formed a skirmish line and led it across the ice. Faith's men killed at least sixty Chinese and drove off others, but a thorough search of the area uncovered no trace of Colonel MacLean. Faith's flanking force meanwhile closed in on the Chinese blocking the road and scattered them into the hills to the east. Faith's motor column thus was able to proceed, and the last of Faith's men reached the 3d Battalion, 31st Infantry, by While Faith fought through to the lower perimeter, the bulk of the 31st Tank Company and a composite company of riflemen again attempted to reach it from Hudong-ni.

As on the previous day, the northward move was stopped, this time by two battalions of Chinese. A stronger effort clearly was required to break through to the isolated force. Now the senior able-bodied officer present, Colonel Faith assumed command of the two infantry battalions and the artillery, designating the consolidated units Task Force Faith. Air-dropped rations and ammunition but only forty rounds of artillery am- munition reached the task force during the afternoon, and Marine aircraft orbited its position constantly, striking Chinese forces in the surrounding high ground with napalm, rockets, and machine gun fire.

But while fresh supplies and good air support helped, Faith now pinned his hopes of avoiding defeat on the arrival of the 2d Battalion, 31st Infantry. He apparently was not aware that the 2d Battalion was held up for lack of transportation at Majon-dong, more than thirty miles to the south, he had not realized the extent of the Chinese roadblocks between him and the relief unit, nor had he learned that the Chinese attacks had spread during the previous night to Hagaru-ri. Hagaru-ri By evening on the 28th the bulk of the 58th Division was concentrated about five miles southwest of Hagaru-ri.

The remainder had crossed the supply road to the south where some troops blocked the route while others turned north and assembled in the heights east of Hagaru-ri. Ridge, commander of the 3d Battalion, 1st Marines, and officer in charge of the defense of Hagaru-ri, was well informed of the location, size, and intent of the 58th, though not of its numerical identity. His S-2, 2d Lt. Carey, had had phenomenal success over the past two days with two Korean agents. By interrogating civilians coming into Hagaru-ri from the countryside, the agents learned of the approach of the Chinese.

By making a circuit of the high ground around Hagaru-ri, they next determined the enemy's location and approximate size, and while mingling among Chinese troops they heard boasts that the division would occupy Hagaru-ri on the night of the 28th. The roadblock to the south was discovered during the afternoon of the 28th by a platoon of infantry and three tanks who were turned back by enemy fire when they attempted to patrol the road to Kot'o-ri. Figuring the time it would take the Chinese to reach Hagaru-ri after dark, Carey predicted that the first assault would come around On this and Carey's other findings Colonel Ridge based his plan of defense.

Using his own battalion, which was still short Company G, and a hodgepodge of other Marine and Army units, he fashioned a four-mile perimeter around the Changjin River flats in which Hagaru-ri was located. To the south and southwest, the most likely area of enemy attack and the site of airstrip construction, Ridge put his 3d Battalion on the lower reverse slopes of the high ground in which the major Chinese strength was located. He faced the remaining troops of the 2d Battalion, 7th Marines, and a mixture of Marine artillery, service, and headquarters troops northwest toward Yudam-ni and north toward the reservoir. Ridge considered East Hill, the marines' name for the first mass rising in that direction from Hagaru-ri, to be the second most likely point of enemy attack.

He intended that Company G, once it arrived, would hold the hill. In the meantime, he manned it with Marine service units, Company D of the 10th Engineer Battalion an Army unitand detachments from X Corps headquarters and signal units. Liao Chen-chou, commander of the 58th Division, took longer than predicted to reach the marines. Amid fall- ing snow, his d Regiment attacked on a half-mile front against the center of the 3d Battalion's line just after Staggered by high losses to the marines' carefully prepared defensive fire, the Chinese managed only small penetrations, and those who broke through were too disorganized to do much damage.

By the regiment was beaten, and the marines quickly eliminated the Chinese lingering in rear of their positions.

Incongruous with the fighting taking place only a short distance to the southwest was the engineers' continuing work on hungbam airstrip, part of Swinber time under floodlights. Liao had better luck with his hungnaj effort, driving off the defenders of East Hill in a sharp attack at Swingsr Company D, 10th Engineers, took the brunt of the blow. Of the 77 Americans in the company, 10 were killed, 25 wounded, and 9 missing. Among 90 South Koreans attached Swiger the company, about pagties were Swknger, mostly missing. The Chinese, however, either had no plans or were too SSwinger to exploit their success and halted their attack after capturing the height.

By on the 29th Colonel Ridge's Swinger parties in hungnam on the Swinger parties in hungnam arc of the perimeter had restored the line everywhere it had been punctured during the night. Myers, Ridge's executive officer, meanwhile assembled a composite company Dating in fargo Marine and Army service troops and tried to partiea East Hill. But inexperience, a slippery and exhausting climb, and Chinese fire stopped the group short. At dusk Major Myers set up defenses on the near military crest of the hill. Considering enemy control of East Hill to be a grave threat to Hagaru-ri, Ridge intended to replace Myers' makeshift unit with Company G as soon as possible.

The company, Ridge knew, had started north from Kot'o-ri that morning in convoy with the British 41st Commando, an Army infantry company, and assorted other troops. But word also had reached Hagaru-ri that the convoy had come under fire and that its commander had requested a decision from General Smith on whether to continue. Task Force Drysdale Encounters with Chinese near Kot'o-ri and at Sach'ang-ni on the 28th heralded the arrival of the 60th Division and the regiment of the 89th Division in their objectives areas. At Sach'ang-ni, prisoners taken by the 1st Battalion, 7th Infantry, during a small skirmish first identified the 89th, and strong night assaults not broken up until after daybreak on the 29th indicated the size of the force.

Reinforcements and new supplies were rushed to the 1st Battalion, 7th Infantry, lest this enemy regiment gain access to Hamhung over the road protected only by the Sach'ang-ni position. The presence of the 60th Division was discovered by Company D, 1st Marines, and division headquarters personnel who patrolled north from Kot'o-ri during the afternoon of the 28th. The patrol engaged Chinese about a mile above town in the ground bordering the road. The marines fought all afternoon without breaking through but returned to Kot'o-ri with three prisoners from the th Regiment, 60th Division.

This encounter, the experience of the patrol from Hagaru-ri the same afternoon, and air observer reports indi- cated that Chinese positions along the reservoir road extended, with gaps, south from the outskirts of Hagaru-ri to within a mile of Kot'o-ri.

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An Associated Press photographer, Frank Noel, also was trying to move Swnger. Colonel Puller formed a Swwinger task force from these units, placed Lt. Drysdale, the commander of the ln Commando, in charge, and ordered the force to make its way to Hagaru-ri on the padties day. Task Force Drysdale started north Swingerr on hungnaam 29th, the British marines in the lead, followed by Company G, Company B, Swinger parties in hungnam the paeties troops. Chinese dug in east of the road about a mile and a half above Kot'o-ri offered the first resistance. They were eliminated, but a mile farther north, hungnm from a stronger Chinese force in the high ground on the east brought partiies task force to a full Swinger parties in hungnam by noontime.

Colonel Drysdale, near that hour, received word from Colonel Puller that two Marine tank platoons would be available at Drysdale waited for the armor, then with the tanks leading resumed his advance about Heavy small arms and mortar fire struck the column almost immediately, and progress was slow as hungnak and foot troops attempted to shoot their hungnamm through the resistance. By the partoes force again was stopped after having moved only a mile and a half pzrties Hagaru-ri. Two more platoons of Marine tanks meanwhile moved out of Kot'o-ri under Puller's orders to join Drysdale.

But even though he was to get additional armor, Drysdale was uncertain whether he should risk moving his men, now numbering about a thousand, the remaining seven miles to Hagaru-ri. By radio, he posed the question to General Smith. In view of the considered need for reinforcements at Hagaru-ri, Smith directed him to continue. Air-strikes sufficiently dampened enemy fire to permit the task force to resume its march, but when it entered a mile-long valley midway between Kot'o-ri and Hagaru-ri, heavy fire from the ridges to the east again halted the column. As troops jumped from trucks to reduce the resistance, a mortar round set fire to a truck near the middle of the column.

The Chinese concentrated small arms and mortar fire around the damaged vehicle to prevent its removal and thus obstruct the road and split Drysdale's column. Ahead of the truck, Drysdale with most of his commandos, two platoons of tanks, Company G, and a few members of Company B managed to move on. Drysdale expected the remainder of the column to close ranks. But behind the burning vehicle, in what Drysdale later dubbed Hell Fire Valley, about sixty commandos, most of Company B, and the division headquarters troops remained pinned down in ditches and depressions along the road.

Only intermittent fire and one strong Chinese position about a mile and a half below Hagaru-ri obstructed Drysdale's movement north of Hell Fire Valley. Drysdale was wounded while fighting past the Chinese strongpoint, whereupon the Company G commander led the column the remaining short distance to its destination. About an hour after dark Drysdale's four hundred men entered Hagaru-ri. They were surprised, in view of their own day of fighting, to find the town quiet and the engineers working under floodlights at the airstrip to the southwest.

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