No lack of fresh air in this Korean ‘barbershop’ near the northwestern front on Dec. 31, 1950. Apprehensively awaiting the touch of the icy clippers is Pfc. Joseph Tono of Dickson, Pa. The GI performing the job is Tono’s 8th Army buddy, Cpl. Russell Graff of Jefferson, Wis.
According to the National Archives, Pfc. Joseph Tono was seriously wounded in action by a missile in the North Korean sector on May 5, 1951. After about a month, he returned to duty.