Walton Harris Walker was a general in the United States Army. Once participated in the Second World War, the US 20th Army under his command to advance quickly, so this army will be known as the ghost army. Defeat the Korean People’s Army at the Busan Circle during the Korean War. But in the Qingchuan River Campaign by the Chinese People’s Volunteers side attack and defeat. 1950 ride jeep to the north suburb of Seoul, plan to carry on the reformation in the 38 lines, the accident happened and died, the chase for general. You can take a look at this Walker monument sculpture. He was standing very neatly dressed as if he were thinking about something.
His nicknamed Bulldog, he was a non-stop fighter. As soon as he was out of the camp, he would go on the battlefields, encouraging the soldiers. He never stayed in one place for too long, popping in and taking in the war scene. In simple language, he sorted out the main points, gave instructions, and then disappeared like the wind. His presence would make front-line American commanders nervous, especially those who were persistently dawdling not to attack the enemy. And General Walker was very strict with these people. With a serious look, he would stick his finger in their faces and yell, “Attack! Attack!” He always said, “Always think about fighting back, even when you are beaten back. Only by waiting for an opportunity to counterattack can we defeat the enemy’s edge. ” The Walker monument sculpture of him is intended to remind posterity of his deeds. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact us.