Battle of Jeokgeun Mt. Samhyun (Hill 700ã 602, 1951. 9. 21~22)
This was the battle in which the Ethiopia Battalion attacked Hill 700 and Hill 602, outposts of the Chinese Communist 200th Division it was facing while defending the main defense line located in the west of Jeokgeun Mt. It captured Hill 700 on the first day of attack but not Hill 602. On the second attack, it captured Hill 602 after fierce battle and destroyed defense facilities built on these two hills before return.
Battle of Samgak Hill (Hill 598, 1952. 10. 21~25)
This was the battle in which this Battalion fought against the Chinese Communist 45th Division near the Samgak Hill, north of Kimhwa, when fierce battles to take hills were taking place in all battle lines. As a part of the Samgak Hill defense plan by the U.S. 7th Division that captured the Samgak Hill - Sanggang pass area from the battle occurred from Oct. 14 to capture the hill in the north of Kimhwa, this battalion was dispatched to the west and rear side of the Samgak Hill and performed the mission to reinforce the defense capability of the hill from Oct. 21. 2 battalions from the 32nd Regiment of the U.S. 7th Division were already dispatched there. As the Chinese Communist that lost the Samgak Hill launched a counterattack on the night of Oct. 23 with 2 regiment size troops, a fierce fight took place in this hill. This Battalion defeated the battalion size Chinese Communist troop attack and made a big contribution in the Division's defending of the Samgak Hill.
Battle of York and Uncle Hill (Northwest of Yeoncheon ; 1953. 5. 19~20)
This was the battle in which the Ethiopia Battalion fought against the Chinese Communist 23rd Division at the York and Uncle Hill, the outpost of the main defense line located in front of Cheondeok Mt. (Hill 477) in north of Yeoncheon, while it was defending the main defense line. After a battalion size of Chinese Communist troops attacked the Yanggae outpost and a part of the main position on the night of May 19 and 20, a part of the outpost was captured by then enemy but this Battalion recaptured it by defeating the enemy with the efficient use of artillery support and hand to hand combat.
After the cease-fire agreement, the Ethiopia Battalion began leaving gradually and completed its withdrawal in Jan. 1965.