Greeted by a 17-gun salute as he arrived at the Korean Army Headquarters in Seoul, General Maxwell Taylor - Chief of Staff of the United States Army and wartime Commander of the U.
SHOT GENERAL TAYLOR STEPS DOWN FROM THE PLANE, BEHIND HIM IS HIS WIFE.
SHOT GENERAL TAYLOR SHAKES HANDS WITH ROK ARMY DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, LT. GEN. CHANG TO YOUNG AND MEETS MANY OTHER US AND ROK GENERALS. SHOT OF GENERAL TAYLOR SHAKING HANDS WITH LT. GEN. YOU JAE HUNG, ROK CHIEF OF STAFF. AND TALKING TO PRESS BESIDE THE PLANE.
SHOT GENERAL TAYLOR TALKING TO GENERAL DECKER. CG OF THE UNC AT ROK ARMY HEADQUARTERS.
SHOT ROK ARMY ARTILLERY FIRE 17 GUN SALUTES TO GENERAL TAYLOR.
SHOT HONOUR GUARD CHIEF SALUTING TO TAYLOR AND SHAKING HANDS WITH HIM.
SHOT GENERAL TAYLOR REVIEWING HONOUR GUARD.
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Background: Greeted by a 17-gun salute as he arrived at the Korean Army Headquarters in Seoul, General Maxwell Taylor - Chief of Staff of the United States Army and wartime Commander of the U.S. 8th Army in Korea - paid a return visit to the ROK Army on October 16.
On hand to meet him were a number of Korean military leaders including Lt. Gen. Chang To Young, present deputy Chief of Staff of the ROK Army - the fourth largest army in the world.
Accompanied by his wife, General Maxwell Taylor had earlier visited President Rhee at his holiday home in Chinhae. During his four-day stay in the Republic, General Maxwell Taylor toured US and Korean Army Installation - including the 8th Army Memorial Chest hospital on his schedule.