Here are the heavy weapons company commanders for the Ethiopians and the U.S. during a relief in the spring of 1953. Captain Crawford Keith was our CO. He relieved me as CO just before I rotated. We were sent to a blocking position just behind Pork Chop Hill at this time. Our intelligence indicated that some big enemy action was expected and it was right on time. I was a member of a recon of that area just three days before I left.