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Entry: 8998 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

KAREN HENDERSON wrote on June 8, 2014

Chatom Alabama


Comments:

Looking for any information on Henry Loper he served in 1950 was in south
and North Korea I have no idea what rank are anything else just a pic with
date and where he was. He was an uncle





Entry: 8978 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

LARRY NILER wrote on May 27, 2014

Salt Lake City Utah


Comments:

Looking for anyone who knew my dad, Cpl. Martin Niler,
Medic. Don't have full unit info, but I know he was with
the Thunderbirds, 1950-1952. He passed away in 1996. We
had found a short notification of a Silver Star, but could
not ever get the full story due to the 1973 fire. I'm
trying again.
Thanks, and thanks for your service!





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CAROL SEAT wrote on May 17, 2014

Wenatchee Washington


Comments:

Looking for any one that knew my husband Harvey Seat US
Army,He passed away with bladder cancer Dec 10,2011.He was
in Korea 1955-1957 drove staff car for Colonial Knobloch in
Inchon, He was 20yrs old at that time. In 1957 he was sent
to Camp Irwin Ca ,he was in the 53rd transportation
co,hauled into Desert Rock Nv 1957.I am trying to pull his
records together as there are non because of fire 1973.He
was from the state of Washington





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GUS AFENDOULIS wrote on April 14, 2014

grand rapids mich


Comments:

Looking for 483MPEG Co.





Entry: 8939 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

ROBERT GUAJARDO wrote on April 8, 2014

rosenberg texas


Comments:

Would like my late father's metals
and army photos





Entry: 8900 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

JAROY ROBERTS wrote on February 23, 2014

Odessa Texas


Comments:

Looking for any Army buddies of Gene A Roberts who served
in Korea in 1956-1957 in 31st Artillery Battalion Charlie
Battery. I believe it was part of the 7th Division but not
sure. As I said, he was there 56-57 and this was a 155
howitzer battery. It would be great if any of his fellow
battery or battalion members were to be able to reconnect
with him. Also, any kind of information about his unit
would be greatly appreciated such as information about the
movements of the battery, unit rosters, pictures,
etc.etc.etc. Thanks in advance for any help on this, and
Thank you all for your service to our great country.!!





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PAM MEADOR wrote on February 21, 2014

Roanoke Virginia


Comments:

I am trying to find out information on my father,
Richard "Lucky" Barber from Roanoke, Va and he served in
the Korean War. He passed away in 1989 and I heard stories
all my life about his time in Korea and as I have grown
older and reflecting on his life, I realize that other than
his medals (Purple Heart, Korean Service and National
Defense) that I truly do not much about his time. If
anyone remembers him, I would appreciate any information
you could provide.
Thank you,
Pam Meador





Entry: 8864 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

KAREN SPRATT wrote on February 1, 2014

Bardstown Ky


Comments:

Looking for my fathers military records . SGT LD SPRATT CAREER ARMY
MY FATHER SERVED IN WORLD WAR 2and in Korea





Entry: 8843 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

JAMES STICKNEY wrote on January 12, 2014

Vancoucer Washington


Comments:

I'm hoping to get information regarding the unit and time served by my
father, DALE STICKNEY. He served from late 1949-1852/53. He served
with the 25th Armored Reconnaissance Company during the Korean
Conflict. I believe he was stationed in Osaka, Japan until US troops were
sent in to Korea. He was involved in the Puson invasion and all other major
action in Korea until he left the military in November, 1952 or 1953. My
father passed away in March, 1977. I'm trying to put together a better
understanding of his time in the service. If anyone has information that
could help me understand what he endured as a 17-20 year old man.





Entry: 8839 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

KENNETH LAUDERMILK wrote on January 10, 2014

williamburg kentucky


Comments:

sgt kenneth laudermilk i was in north koera in abot 151 to
52north of the 38 parlell for about 10 months or more got
wonded in the side of my head





Entry: 8838 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

EDWARD JOHNSTON wrote on January 10, 2014

Oshawa Ont. Canada


Comments:

TO ANYBODY THAT COULD GIVE ME AN ANSWER I WAS WITH g
CO. 19TH. INF. 50/51 DONT KNOW THE DATE BUT ABOUT EARLY
JULY 1951 . I WAS ON THE CARRYING PARTY AT THE TIME , OUR
CO. AT THE TIME WAS GETTING HIT PRETY HARD WORD CAME DOWN
THAT NIGHT THAT THEY WERE RUNNING PRETY LOW ON AMMO. SO I
GOT THE PARTY TOGEATHER AND PICK UP THE AMMO AND RATIONS IT
WAS PITCH BLACK AT THE TIME ABOUT 3 IN THE MORNING COULDNT
SEE NOTHING SO ME AN ANOTHER G.I. STARTED ON OUR WAY WE GOT
TO THE BASE OFF THE POSTION A NICE LONG TRECK UP THE HILL
FROM THE BOTTOM WHERE WE WERE ALL YOU COULD SEE WERE
TRACHERS FLYING ALL OVER THE HILL. WHAT I AM TRYING TO SAY
IS I AN THE OUTHER FELLOW THAT WAS WITH ME NEVER MADE IT UP
THE HILL AS I WAS WALKING ALLONG THE PATH I WAS THE LEAD
MAN I FELT LIKE I TRIPED A WIRE IHEARD WHAT SOUNDED LIKE A
CAP GUN GO OFFAN SEEN A LITTLE SPARK I HEADED FPR THE
GROUND ON MY WAY DOWN I GOT SOMERTHING IN THE BACK NEXT
THING I KNOW WE WERE IN A MEDICAL AMBLANCE BEING TAKEN BACK
TO THE REAR WE GOT TO THE MEDICS THEY CARRYED MY PARTNER AN
D I INTO THE TENT LAYED US ON THE GROUND THE MEDIC LOOKED
AT US AN SAID IT WAS JUST AN ABRASION STAYED ON THE GROUND
ALL NIGHT IN THE MORNING I COULD HARDLY MOVE I FINALY GOT
MYSELF UP. ASK FOR MY RIFLE THEY GAVE ME MY CARTAGE BELT
AND RIFLE I STARTED TO PUT MY BELT ON AS BAD AS MY BACK
FELT BUT LOOKING AT MY BELT YOU COULD SEE THE HEAD OF MY
BULLETS IN MY BELT IN ONE POCKET WERE ALL TORN APPART BUT
THE SHAPERNAL WAS STILL IN MY BACK WHICH IS STILL THERE
THIS DAY I STARTED BACK TO THE CO. BUT THE MEDIC CALLED ME
BACK AN ASKED ME WHERE I WAS GOING I TPLD HIM BACK TO THE
CO. HE SAYS YOU CANT JUST WALK OUT OFF HERE YOU KNOW . SO I
HAD TO SING A RELESE TO GET OUT . THE REASION I WANTED TO
GO BACK TO YHE CO. I WAS GOING TO JAPAN ON R .R THE NEXT
DAY I GOT BACK TO THE CO. AND THERE WAS A NEW FIRST SGT. A
JAPENESE HE TOLD ME HE WAS GLAD TO SEE ME BECAUSE HE WAS
JUST MAKING OUT THE MORNING REPORT I WOULD HAVE BEEN A
W.I.A. BUT WHAT REALY GOT ME THEY HAD ALREADY PICKED
SOMEONE TO RE PLACE ME I DELT KIND OF BAD . IWENT TO JAPAN
WITH SGT. VANKIRK HE WAS A MACHINE GUNNER IN THE 2.ND PLT.
WHAT A RELEAF TO GET OUT OF THERE FOR 7 DAYS AFTER ALL THIS
IT WAS NEVER PUT ON MY D.D. 214 FORM I AM GETTING A CHECK
FROM THE GOV. EVERY MONTH BECAUSE THE METAL IS STILL IN MY
BACK ANY WAY OFF GETTING THIS ON MY D.D FORM AFTER ALL
THESE YEARS THATS IT GOD BLESS ALL WHO MADE IT
BACK EDWARD JOHNSTON G. CO. AUG 27 1950 AUG 27
1951 19TH. INF.





Entry: 8816 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

KEVIN GRESCH wrote on December 19, 2013

Jacksonville Florida


Comments:

I am asking for any information on my Father, James E.
Gresch (recently deceased). He served with the Army (8th I
believe) in Korea and he guarded prisoners...not sure which
camp. Thank you for any info or leads.





Entry: 8805 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

RENEE ARMSTRONG wrote on December 10, 2013

Willis Texas


Comments:

I am looking for any information on my father in law ,Homer Simpson
Armstrong I know he served in the US Army and it had to be the Korean
War his date of birth is December 1, 1931. He just passed away in
November. His records were destroyed by the 1973 fire so we can't get his
Army marker without information, Please help. Thank you
Thank You to all who have Served or is currently Serving
God Bless You and Your Families





Entry: 8799 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

HERILYN PEREZ wrote on December 1, 2013

quezon city philippines


Comments:

i was looking the military record of my father heroine perez
during korean postwar there is existence record. he was in 1st
batallion 27th infantry regiment from may 1954 - october 1957.





Entry: 8795 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

CRYSTAL SCHROEDER wrote on November 23, 2013

HICKORY North Carolina


Comments:

I'm looking for pictures or information about my grandfather
Lewis Eugene Brown. He was born on 3/22/31 (not sure about the
year) All I know about him is he was in the Korean War and he
was an American Army soldier.





Entry: 8791 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

CHRIS BASS wrote on November 22, 2013

Groveland Florida


Comments:

My dad Robert Bass served with a Johnny P Fyre I was trying
to find out if he is alive and well. It is the only person
my dad remembers from the Korean War.





Entry: 8711 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

ROSIE OLSON wrote on September 19, 2013

Evansville WI


Comments:

I am looking for anyone that was there with my dad. I found
his citation for his Silver Star and Purple Heart medals on
www.koreanwar.org. It reads:

Olson, Robert L.

Private First Class Robert L. Olson, Battery D, 15th AA
AW Battalion (SP) distinguished himself by gallantry in
action near Sendoi-ri, Korea, on 1 December 1950. On this
date, Private Olson was a member of on automatic weapons
crew which was protecting a convoy of trucks evacuating
wounded from the Chosin Reservoir area. An enemy rood block
had been reported destroyed by our troops, and Private Olson
went forward to verify it. Upon passing the point where the
road block had been, the party suddenly received heavy
automatic weapons fire from a hitherto unseen enemy
position. While the rest of the party took cover, Private
Olson singlehandedly, and with utter disregard for his own
personal safety, attacked the enemy position. By his
extremely heroic action, he killed the enemy gunner
notwithstanding the fact that at the time it was dark and he
did not know how many enemy were present in the position.
The enemy weapon was silenced and the convoy was able to
proceed on its way. His display of gallantry on this
occasion reflects great credit on the military service.
Entered the military service from Iowa.

News Clipping - Waterloo Daily Courier

"The singlehanded destruction of a road block in Korea
while he was escorting a group of wounded soldiers has won
praise for a Winneshiek County [Iowa] soldier. Pfc. Robert
Olson, 19-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Casper Olson, living
near Highlandville, destroyed the road block after his group
had been fired upon. A hand grenade, thrown after a near
approach to the block is said to have scattered or killed
all the occupants of the block. For gallantry and bravery
in northwest Korea Olson has been awarded the Purple Heart
and the Silver Star emblems." - Waterloo Daily Courier,
March 18, 1951

It would bring immense joy to talk to anyone 'who was there.'

Thank you.





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DARLENE BOYD wrote on September 11, 2013

Honoraville AL


Comments:

Family research for Jesse Dolvin Kelley US53 113 036
service number in Korean War. Where was he November 1953.
When did he leave Korea to come home. 18th OC CO lst OC REGT
Specialist Training Regiment 8th Infantry





Entry: 8690 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

DONALD EDMOND FISHER wrote on September 1, 2013

Claremore Oklahoma


Comments:

My father Donald Edmond Fisher, passed away in 1993 at the
age of 61 from natural causes (heart related, he served
with the 45th infantry from Ponca City, Oklahoma in 1952-
1954 we (myself along with my brother & sister)would like
to retrieve his records if possible how & where do we
start.





Entry: 8688 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

RAMON VEGA wrote on September 1, 2013

Los Angeles CA


Comments:

After uncle Ramon Adolfo Vega Jr returned he was killed in
Los Angeles April 1959.

Our dwindling family cannot find ANY info on him anywhere.

Please give me info on where, what etc we can do.

Respectfully,

Ken Davila, Seabee Vet., Nephew





Entry: 8579 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

NEALON BUCHER wrote on June 17, 2013

Baton Rouge Louisiana


Comments:

MY GREAT GRANDFATHER Nealon J Marcantel served in the
korean war and possibly world war II. I have his dog tags
and I know he was part of - Louisiana/PFC HQ Btry 97 Coast
Arty/World War II -.... I cannot find anyinfo on him. If
anyone out there knows my great grandfather, or anything
about him PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE E-Mail me! THANK YOU SO MUCH!





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ROSE KNOTT wrote on May 24, 2013

State college Pa


Comments:

I would like to know more info about my dad John a carpenter he was in the
Korean war





Entry: 8469 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

SHARRON MILLER wrote on April 22, 2013

North Richland Hills Texas


Comments:

I am trying to find out any information I can about my
fathers time in the Army. My dad's name was Harold (Hal)
Madden , he served in the Korean war, and fought at Chosin
Reservoir, if anyone knew him or has any information I
would love to speak with you. My dad was originally from
Alabama if this helps.





Entry: 8452 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

JOHN HAYES wrote on April 5, 2013

Trussville Alabama


Comments:

Looking for my Uncle's records.





Entry: 8182 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

JESSICA LADNER wrote on June 7, 2012

Noxen Pennsylvania


Comments:

So my grandfather's records were burned in the fire in St.
Louis. He was hurt twice while serving our country. He
contacted them a few times && was told the records were
being 'reconstructed'. He has since passed and it's
ridiculous. He died waiting for them to 'reconstruct' his
records, he never got a penny because it couldn't be proven
that he got hurt. When he went into the air force he had
20/20 vision. He had a guy who didn't realize he was
standing there with no mask on and the guy started the
welder and burned my Papa's eyes. He traveled the world and
proudly served his country without being drafted and then
gets screwed out of what is was worth. He missed the birth
of his first son to protect our freedom. He was a proud
American and what did he get for it? He died waiting for the
records to be reconstructed. He never got to receive his
benefits before dying and now my grandmother is STILL
waiting to receive death benefits since my grandfather
passed in the VA this past October.
*a whopping $250 but it's not even the amount it's the
principle*

To anyone that knew my grandfather I always loved hearing
his stories and now I have no stories so if by chance you
knew him feel free to let me hear a story or two.

Richard 'Dick' Ladner
July 22, 1932 - October 17, 2011





Entry: 8054 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

NANCY NORMAN SWEENEY wrote on February 3, 2012

Dallas TX


Comments:

My father was Army Captain Walter T. Norman Jr, trained as
a Ranger, OCS 9 Sept 1951-15 March 1952 at Fort Benning.
He served in Korea and died in 1965 as Maj. Walter T.
Norman Jr., and had been in command of the Borger Texas
National Guard unit after his active duty service. Would
appreciate any information from those who knew him and
served with him. Many thanks to all for your sacrifices in
the cause of freedom.





Entry: 8052 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

JANICE MARTIN wrote on January 30, 2012

BRITTON MICHIGAN


Comments:

I have a picture of my fathers platoon and am looking for
any information on what their division was for and when he
was stationed in korea. The picture is dated march 1955
and across the bottom it says:
4th platoon co. A-128TH AOM BN 6TH ARMED DI .. FORT LEONARD
MO. ... DAD HAS PASSED AWAY ON JULY 4TH 2006 AND I WOULD
LIKE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT WHAT HIS DUTIES WERE IN KOREA
AND WHO WERE THE MEMBERS OF HIS PLATOON..AS SOME LOOK
FAMILIAR TO ME BUT THEY LOOK MUCH YOUNGER. IF YOU HAVE ANY
INFO ABOUT THIS PICTURE PLEASE EMAIL ME. I WOULD LOVE TO
HEAR ANY STORIES ABOUT HIS TIME IN THE SERVICE AS MY SON
WAS ALSO STATIONED IN THE CAMP IN KOREA IN 1999-2000.
PLEASE ANY INFO WILL AT LEAST GIVE ME SOMETHING TO GO ON .
THANK YOU.





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KAREN JENKINS wrote on September 17, 2011

patton pa.


Comments:

I am trying to find my father's military record, William
Hugh Wano. All I know is that he served in the army in the
17th division in the Korean Conflict. He was stationed in
Newport News, Virginia & came home in 1956. If anyone can
help me I would greatly appreciate it.





Entry: 7757 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

JUNE LEWIS wrote on July 5, 2011


Comments:

Looking for info on my dad's service in Korea between 1950 and 1952. He was an MP on Koje-do Island in camps 63 and 62. I'd like to find what company/unit he was in and medical records if possible, as he was wounded. I contacted the records center in St Louis, but was told his records must have perished in the fire. I have many pictures of his time in Koje-do, and a few names of his buddies, but that's it. He kept a few names, amoung them:
Wm K English - E Boston, MA
Wm M Burke - S Boston, MA
Walter E Pankewicz - Jersey City, NJ
Any info would be greatly appreciated!





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LAURA BREEMAN wrote on September 24, 2010


Comments:

I am looking for my father John Martinez (1939), who was in Korea 1966/1967. If you know him, please contact me!
Thanks, Laura Breeman





Entry: 7549 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

ALLEN DEGNAN wrote on September 7, 2010


Comments:

i am trying to find soon paper of military records from my
father because I need for my citizen this names was james
aloysius degnan jr. the die at june 2006 maybe you can help
me!!





Entry: 7484 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

ARNETTE SHAW wrote on June 2, 2010


Comments:

I am looking for information on my uncle who served in Korea. His name was George E. McGill, he was a SGT. He was originally assigned to a unit that worked on Chemical/Biological warfare and once exposed to too much radiation, was transferred to the infantry. My uncle passed in 1997 from cancer, and am wondering if this was partially caused by his service. Thanks





Entry: 7043 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

COTRONE wrote on May 27, 2008


Comments:

I was wondering if anyone served with or knew my father James Jay Cotrone, All I know is he worked in a medical unit in Korea. I would love any info please. I was told all of his records burnt up in a fire.
Thank you for your time





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MISTY EDGECOMB wrote on March 8, 2008


Comments:

Hi - I'm writing a nonfiction book about my grandpa-in-law's time in
Korea and I'm trying to pin down the accurate names of some of the men
he served with. I've looked into requesting unit rosters, but after 50 years,
his memory is a little fuzzy and I'm struggling to identify the units
accurately --- might anyone have advice about other avenues to pursue?
The people I'm trying to identify (and contact if at possible!) were all in
Seoul between late fall 1952 and spring 1953, and they all either helped
my grandpa-in-law with his attempts to adopt a little boy, or were
witnesses to important parts of the story. This is what I know:

-Marine Colonel, no name, head of Judge Advocate General's office in Seoul
in about April/May of 53
- Army Sgt. Henry Ford, head of repair and utilities at Seoul City Command
as of Dec 1952, from Florida
- Army Sgt. Immer, military police guard at Seoul City Command, Dec.
1952
- Army Sgt. Wayne Clarke Perry, stationed in Seoul Dec 1952, from the
Midwest, had trained at Ft. Riley sometime between 50 and 52.
- Army Colonel Coles or Cowles, initials may have been C.W. - head of
Seoul City Command, Jan. 1953
- Army Colonel, no name, Provost Marshal for the city of Seoul in the
spring of 1953





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DOUG MILLER wrote on February 23, 2008


Comments:

I am looking to recieve any information or guidance on where i can obtain information regarding my grandfather who has passed away. I know that he served in the the Korean War. He was a Private E-1 assigned to CO 65 INF Regt Korea. He was awarded the National Defense Meadal, United Nations Medal, Good Combat Medal, Korean Service Medal and Combat Infantryman Badge. This information was recieved from the Funeral Home. His records were burned up in the fire of 1973 in St. Louis. He was in the United States Army. His name is Embers Dow Lantz

Thanks for all who can help

Doug Miller





Entry: 6961 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

HUMBERTO AGUIRRE wrote on February 19, 2008


Comments:

My father was a WWII and Korean War veteran Im trying to find any one who was diagnosed with a Korean disease that simulates Parkinsins disease?





Entry: 6824 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

JUNE PURSLEY wrote on September 19, 2007


Comments:

I have a painting. It has a brass plate on the back of the painting saying 'TO LTC and Mrs James Obryan, May the wind always be at your back and the sun on your face' from the officers NCOS and men of the 46th Trans Co(MT)If you have any information Of these, please e-mail me. Thanks





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GWENDOLYN GOLDSTON wrote on May 3, 2006


Comments:

My father's name is Leroy Goldston,Jr.. He died in Korea
on Sept. 15, 1951. I am trying to get his five medals for
my mother, Mrs. Naomi C. Goldston. These medals were not
with his remains when his body was shipped back home. The
recovery of these medals would mean a great deal to all
of us. Also, any information about him during his time in
Korea would be greatly appreciated. We are trying desper-
ately to find out more about him! Thank you and may God
richly bless each and everyone of you in Jesus' name!





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MICHAEL WILLIAMS wrote on September 6, 2005


Comments:

I AM SEEKING INFORMATION FOR MY FATHER INLAW ,IN JAN,1951 HE WAS THE 933RD. AAA BN ASSIGNED TO B BATTERY IN JUNE 1951 OR JULY 1951 THE BNJ JARODE ON LST,S TO KOREA WERE THEY WAS SETUP IN POSITION AROUND THE AIRBASE IN SUWONG WAS HIT PRETTY HARD HE WAS EVACUATED TO JAPAN WITH ONLY A TAG ON HIM HE WAS AT SUGAMARA,YOKAHAMA 55TH GENERAL HOSPITAL AND THEN SENT TO TOKYO GENERAL HOSPITAL. THEY ADMINISTERED ELECTRICAL SOCK TREATMENTS TO HIS BRAIN BY NEEDLES PLACED IN HIS HEAD ALONG WITH SODIUM AMPITHOL INJECTIONS.HE WAS ALSO PLACED IN A PADDED CELL. AFTER LEAVING TOYKO GENERAL HOSPITAL THEY SENT HIM TO A REHABILITATION CENTER NORTH OF TOYKO IN OMEYA. THEN TO CAMP DRAKE FOR RE-ASSIGNMENT TO CAMP ZAMA IN NOV,1951 THE U.S.A.ARMY HAVE NOT INTRODUCE ANY OF HIS SERVICE RECORDS FROM JANUARY 1951 TO NOV,1951 AND HAVE NOT GIVEN HIM THE PURPLE HEART AWARD THAT HE DESERVES IF ANYONE HAVE ANY INFORMATION OF THE 933RD AAA BN OR SUGAMARA,YOKAHAMA 55TH GENERAL HOSPITAL AND TOYKO GENERAL HOSPITAL AND REHABITITATION CENTER NORTH OF TOYKO IN OMEYA MEDICAL RECORDS FROM JUNE 1951 TO NOV,1951 THIS IS ON BEHALF OF MURRELL,JAMES B. RA15435006 ANY HELP CONCERNING THIS WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATIVE.THANKYOU. GOD BLESS MICHAEL WILLIAMS









































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JERONDA STAIR wrote on January 26, 2004


Comments:

my father passed away may 19 2003. I have been trying t
to find out information about where he was based and any
one who new or him. His name ROY EUAL STAIR.
He was born January 15 1931. I have a letter he sent
home the return address on it, PVT.Roy E. Stair
U3-55-225-071 SV. Co, APO-358 San. Francisco,ca
the date Aug. 1, 1953. thank you.
jeronda risenhoover (Stair)





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CHAD HILL wrote on January 24, 2004


Comments:

Joan,

Try contacting the VA-RMC (medical records center) in St. Louis. Their records were kept in a different place than those NPRC files that were destroyed in the 1973 fire. When your father's disability claim was orinally processed by the VA they would have made copies of his service records.





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JOAN JOHNSON wrote on January 20, 2004


Comments:

I have tried everything to get my father's records. I keep running into a dead in. My father James R. Eaton was in the 1stCav. 7th Reg. Co.L. He was fisrt in Co.K. My father received a check from the gov. till the day he passed away. He was wounded twice. His records have to be some place besides St. Louis. being he was getting a disability check. If anybody has any info. please let me know. I would really appreciate it. Thanks Joan





Entry: 4271 MILITARY RECORDS-PUBLIC

TERESA DUCHOCK-BUTLER wrote on November 29, 2003


Comments:

LOOKING FOR JOHN J. CLIFFORD OR HIS FAMILY.MY FATHER SREVED IN GERMANY WITH HIM DURING KOREAN WAR 1952-1954. I FOUND IN HIS PERSONAL ITEMS(FATHER, JOE DUCHOCK,NOW DECEASED)MR. CLIFFORD'S DOG TAGS. WOULD LIKE TO RETURN THEM TO FAMILY IF POSSIBLE.ANYONE WHO KNOWS THE WHERE-ABOUTS OF HIM OR HIS FAMILY PLEASE CONTACT ME. THANK YOU.





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DAVID DRUMM wrote on May 28, 2003


Comments:

I called two county records department where my Father had resided, neither had record of him. He was drafted from Perry County Ohio, and returned to Licking County Ohio where he lived for over 30 years afterwards.

They both seemed to 'check' for his record although neither had them. So this does not seem to be a good source for records.





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DAVID DRUMM wrote on May 26, 2003


Comments:

I'm looking for the Father's DD214, he needs to apply for VA Benefits.
Paul Edward Drumm, Somerset, Perry County, Ohio

I don't know even the branch. Assuming Army, early 1950's, front lines at end of Korean War.

If you know him, or anything about him, let me know.

Thank You





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JOSEPH REED wrote on April 24, 2003


Comments:

need rosters and or morning reports from 25th.div.35th.reg.k co 2nd plotoon for march and april 1952 korea. Sgt. Reed medic 2nd. plotoon.