Courtesy of JSA veteran Bob Dunkin

"Early in 1966 before they installed the larger windows. With the small windows shown, when a fight broke out inside the meeting room, the North Korean guards could get into the room faster and more of them than our MPs who were larger. At least four times, I was among the smaller MPs (smaller at that time) that got boosted up through the windows to try and protect the negotiating team until enough of our bigger MPs could get into the room through the doors as they'd only fit one or two at a time. During one of these scuffles, I came out with my top plate broken and had a few stitches."


For JSA veterans by a JSA veteran