This is the first of several pictures taken at Koje Island, the prison compound for North Korean prisoners of war. This was our company area with some of our troops guarding a group doing "busy work". We were urged to check out prisoners to keep them busy. Here they are rebuilding a rock wall and walkway that could be easily knocked over because the rocks were not stuck together. In the background is the G Company area. Our regiment was selected for this duty shortly after our action at Triangle Hill. Every two months an infantry regiment was selected to do this guard duty, maybe an honor, maybe not. But we all enjoyed being away from the line for awhile although this was not a lark because we were vastly outnumbered by the prisoners. We all lived in a fenced compound, ours to keep them out and theirs to keep them in. This was one point territory, I believe, but nobody seemed to care.