Imagine yourself in 1951, the Korean War raging on.

The brutal conflict often overshadowed by World War II and then later by the Vietnam War was a crucible of innovation and daring military maneuvers.

One such operation, often relegated to footnotes in history books, was Operation Tomahawk – a massive airborne assault with hundreds of paratroopers training down from the sky, aiming to disrupt enemy movement and turn the tide of the conflict.

Today, this daring operation stands as a testament to American paratrooper courage and adaptability.