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Entry: 9006 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ARTHUR WAGNER wrote on June 15, 2014

Redondo beach Ca


Comments:

Anybody remember me?





Entry: 8960 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BUCK CARPENTER wrote on May 1, 2014

Monroe Conn


Comments:

Anyone in 724th





Entry: 8853 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

KENNETH LAUDERMILK wrote on January 21, 2014

xenia ohio


Comments:

sgt kenneth laudermilk served in koreain 1951
52 north the 38th paroll hq div 89medium tank btn





Entry: 8821 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

LIZ ZILL-VANDENBERGHE wrote on December 23, 2013

Bellevue WA


Comments:

My dad, Kenneth John Zill served in Korea from 1951-52.
45th Division, 180th Regiment, Easy Company, 2nd
Battalion. He did basic training at Camp Polk, LA. Was in
Hokkaido Japan before going over to Korea. I have a
website with his letters home with pictures taken by him.
Please visit and let me know if you are mentioned or in any
pictures. www.lvandenberghe.net. Would love to have you
check it out or hear from anyone that knew him.





Entry: 8784 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CHRISTOPHER HARDAWAY wrote on November 16, 2013

Kandahar Afghanistan


Comments:

My uncle Lt Thomas Hardaway was killed Sept 8, 1950 close to Kyongju (Pusan
Perimeter). He was a platoon leader, I Company, 21st Regiment, 24th Infantry.
Would like to hear from anyone from that regiment or with relatives. Trying to
get more information on the battle from Sept 4-8.
Regards
Chris Hardaway
hardaway600@gmail.com





Entry: 8783 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CHRISTOPHER HARDAWAY wrote on November 16, 2013

Kandahar Afghanistan


Comments:

My uncle Lt Thomas Hardaway was killed Sept 8, 1950 close to Kyongju (Pusan
Perimeter). He was a platoon leader, I Company, 21st Regiment, 24th Infantry.
Would like to hear from anyone from that regiment or with relatives. Trying to
get more information on the battle from Sept 4-8.
Regards
Chris Hardaway
hardaway600@gmail.com





Entry: 8775 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

MANDY POWELL wrote on November 11, 2013

Belleville Mi


Comments:

Looking for any information on my adopted father....SGT. William
Henry Powell aka Bill. He passed in march of 2002. It says he was
awarded a bronze star...i dont see him in any list. 2nd infantry
38th....deployed march 1950. He had told me he was a barber and
cook...starting off. Any info appriciated thank you.





Entry: 8701 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOHN COONS wrote on September 13, 2013

Perrysburg Ohio


Comments:

Looking for my buddies.





Entry: 8668 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

GEORGE SCHLOSKY wrote on August 12, 2013

Kennerdell PA


Comments:

I'm George Schlosky. I was in the A company of the 89th tank
battalion. I'm interested in finding the friends that I made
during the Korean war.
Anyone know where Ronald Gooseman is now?





Entry: 8613 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOSEPH PINARD wrote on July 15, 2013

Newport News Virginia


Comments:

Made the second Inchon landing in August 1951.





Entry: 8604 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

KIM VAUGHN wrote on July 5, 2013

Lawton OK


Comments:

My father was CPL James(Buddy)Vaughn from Fort Cobb OK. I
remember him telling stories about Korea. He was injured in
1951-1952, I believe. I am just looking for anyone who may
remember him. I don't know what unit. But some of his best
stories were about a friend of his by the name of Bo Coley
(???). Thanks!





Entry: 8592 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BRENDA SALTER wrote on June 20, 2013

Lincoln Alabama


Comments:

I am looking for anyone that knew my dad George D Salter
that can email me some pictures and some stories. He died
at the age of 58





Entry: 8587 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JAE GEUN KIM wrote on June 20, 2013

Daejon south korea


Comments:

I am looking for anyone who served in 24th infantry
division 34th Infantry Regiment. I am currently writing
article about battle of Daejon South Korea (1421 July
1950).
I'm a journalist working on Daejonilbo(daily newspaper,
http://www.daejonilbo.com/).
I have been asked to solicit comments, photos, thoughts,
memories, opinions, etc... (especially Major General
William F. Dean) about battle of Daejon from the veterans
who served.
Thanks very much.
Please contact me.
My name is Kim jae geun
e-mail : goldkim3688@gmail.com





Entry: 8585 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

VERNON SCHERER wrote on June 19, 2013

Scott City Missouri


Comments:

I am looking for a female nurse 1st Lt. Brown that would
have been in Tokyo 1953. She was a nurse for my father and
he would like to find her. He thinks she may have been
from Montana. Thank you!





Entry: 8548 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

TED S BACA wrote on June 6, 2013

wishington city utah


Comments:

I WAS IN JAPAN JAN,15 1949,IN THE 865TH AAA AW BN SP, B
BTRY. THAN TO D BTRY. AND TO KOREA .JULY 4TH 1950 TO
JULY ? .

I MADE CPL. IN ZAMA JAPAN AND SGT IN KOREA IN 1950. I AM
TRYING TO GET 6 BRONZE SERVICE STARS THAT I HAVE COMING FOR
D.BTRY. BUT I CANNOT PROVE THAT I WAS IN KOREA THAT
LONG ,MY RECORADS WERE BERNT IN A FIRE 1973 SO THAY SAY.
CAN YOU HELP TED S
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Entry: 8546 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

THEODORE KAVOWRS wrote on June 5, 2013

brooklyn new york


Comments:

served company 1, 39th inf. reg., 9th inf. div. company picture july 30, 1951 to
november 17 1951, fort dix.

the company picture was destroyed by hurricane Sandy and i would like to
replace it.





Entry: 8509 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

PAM ADAMS REYNOLDS wrote on May 27, 2013

Latrobe PA


Comments:

My Dad, Dave Adams served in Korea 1950-1951. US Army 712 Railroad
Operating Battlion Co-C. He was from Latobe PA. Any info would be
appreciated and I have pictures with a few names but no places.
Thanks!





Entry: 8506 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JAN (SILCOCK) MUZZIN wrote on May 27, 2013

Lacey Washington


Comments:

My father Gordon G. Silcock of Michigan served in the
Korean War from 1950 to 1952. Most significant duty
assignment was 40th Signal Company APO 6 FEC. Cognizant
district or area of command was Fifth Army Area. Component
and branch or class was AUS SIG. His place of separation
was Camp Carson Colorado on October 20, 1952.



My father wouldn't talk about the war, except for the fact
that he was a cook. He received several medals one of
which was the Bronze Service Star. I am trying to find out
why he received this medal. I have several photo's if
anyone is interested.





Entry: 8461 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JUAN S CALDERON wrote on April 14, 2013

santa barbara california


Comments:


i was in korea from july 3,1950 till september 1951
stationed in japan before the war went to korea
with the 24th id 34 th regt the went the 5thrct
in sept 1950





Entry: 8453 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

SONIA GOMEZ wrote on April 5, 2013

Chicago Illinois


Comments:

Hello, I'm looking for anyone who may have known my Grandfather, Louis R.
Olivares. He was a Provate First Class in the 7th Infantry Division 32nd Unit. He was from a small town in Texas.

He was wounded by a missile on September 20, 1950. I believe it may have been
during the Inchon Landing during Operation Chromite.

Please, if you know anything contact me.

Sincerely,
SG





Entry: 8446 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

A JOHNSON wrote on March 30, 2013

Durham NC


Comments:

Hello,
My Father was killed in Korea, September 9, 1951. He was in
Co. B 24th Infantry. (All Black Army Unit)

I understand that they were not trained for the type of
battle they were sent into, and therefore in a no win
situation, as the first, all Black Army Soldiers.

Did anyone in that unit survive???
If so, I would like to hear from you, especially if you knew
Pvt. Lee Grant Johnson. He was 22 when KIA.

Please contact me...johnsonsgirl1@gmail.com or call (919)
797-1169.





Entry: 8445 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOSEPH PEPE FERNANDEZ wrote on March 28, 2013

Valrico FL


Comments:

My father, Joseph Pepe Fernandez, served in Korea oct 1950-
Nov 1951, 3rd Inf Div, 7th Inf Reg, G Company 2nd Platoon.
He has been looking for Dimencio Rivera, Agosto Teyito
Pratt, Stan Jackowski of 1st Cav, Hymon, Dusty Rhodes,
Louis Gaybrant, Joe Rodriguez.
He is in VA nursing home now, not too well.





Entry: 8373 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

MILLARD PIPPIN wrote on December 29, 2012

Winchester Virginia


Comments:

430th ECB





Entry: 8345 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

WILLIAM LANE wrote on November 29, 2012

Middleborough MA


Comments:

I just wanted to report that my father, 1LT Frederick F.
Lane, USA, Retired, passed away on October 16, 2012. He
retired from the Army in 1960, after serving in combat as
an infantryman with the 35 Infantry Division in Europe and
with the 17th Inf Reg of the 7th Infantry Division in
Korea. He was wounded in action on 2 Sep 1951, and was
evacuated to the Hospital Ship Repose in Pusan Harbor. He
returned to CONUS in September 1953.





Entry: 8344 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ERNEST TRUMAN wrote on November 29, 2012

Jackson Michigan


Comments:

Served in Japan with 560th MP Company, went to Korea July 5
1950. Attached to the 24th infantry division. Contact me if
you know anybody. Thanks





Entry: 8339 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BRIAN NIGHTINGALE wrote on November 23, 2012

Bakersfield California


Comments:

My Dad was John Edward Lane-Nightingale, He was a Medic in
Korea from 1951 to 1952 and a Drill Sergeant in California
from 1952 to 1954. He held the rank of Sergeant 1st Class. Can
anyone help me piece together his deployment record or where
he did his service in Korea and state-side. Thank You..





Entry: 8264 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

MILES (FRED) JOHNSON wrote on August 31, 2012

Uniontown PA


Comments:

I was with the 536th Engr. Maint Co. from Sept. 1949 (at
Ft. Bragg, Nc arrived Pusan Korea 8th.of Aug. 1950, rotated
to the States July of 1952. Would like to hear from any
member of the unit or their relative.





Entry: 8077 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

EDWARD JOHNSTON wrote on February 21, 2012

oshawa ont canada


Comments:

was with 19th inf. regt. 24 div. aug.1950 aug 1951 4th ptl.
2nd plt. carrying partys,





Entry: 8068 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DALLAS KOTA wrote on February 12, 2012

Columbia Ky


Comments:

I am looking to seek info about my pop pop he was a POW of the Korean
war he came home in 1953 ; it would be so awesome to talk to someone
that knew him :) thanks so much





Entry: 8042 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ALAN WELLER wrote on January 20, 2012

Washington DC


Comments:

I am looking for anyone who served in the 79th tank
battalion, A Company during the early part of the Korean
war that knew my father, Capt Weller. He was part of this
unit durning the occupation of Japan and beginning of the
Korean war.





Entry: 8035 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOSEPH DUARTE wrote on January 7, 2012

tucson az


Comments:

i am looking for any one who knew frank duarte 1st calvary
9th regiment he is from tucson az and i believe he served
in 1951





Entry: 7978 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ROBERT H. ANDREWS wrote on December 14, 2011

Monponsett Ma.


Comments:

looking for info on my freind Harrington James F sgt. kia
april 8 1951 er11153820





Entry: 7719 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOHN VAZQUEZ wrote on May 6, 2011


Comments:

I SERVED IN KOREA 1950-1951 RECON PLT. 73RD TANK BN. AS A
SCOUT. I'M A MEMBER OF THE 73RD TANKERS ASSC. LOOKING OF MY
OLD BUDDIES.I'M IN TOUCH WITH CURTIS BANKER AND MILES PAUGH.





Entry: 7718 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOHN VAZQUEZ wrote on May 6, 2011


Comments:

I SERVED IN KOREA 1950-1951 RECON PLT. 73RD TANK BN. AS A
SCOUT. I'M A MEMBER OF THE 73RD TANKERS ASSC. LOOKING OF MY
OLD BUDDIES.I'M IN TOUCH WITH CURTIS BANKER AND MILES PAUGH.





Entry: 7717 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOHN VAZQUEZ wrote on May 6, 2011


Comments:

I SERVED IN KOREA 1950-1951 RECON PLT. 73RD TANK BN. AS A
SCOUT. I'M A MEMBER OF THE 73RD TANKERS ASSC. LOOKING OF MY
OLD BUDDIES.I'M IN TOUCH WITH CURTIS BANKER AND MILES PAUGH.





Entry: 7676 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

AMELIA SANCHEZ wrote on March 2, 2011


Comments:

looking for any information on my uncle whom was in the Korean war. Returned to El Paso Texas, but disappeared a few years later. His name is Comacheo Rosales, his wife was Marcelina Rosales. Any and All information would be very helpful, in tiring to find our Uncle.





Entry: 7673 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

M/SGT ROGER H. COVERT wrote on February 28, 2011


Comments:

Looking for lst Lt (then) Cecil R. Davis ,1949 - 1950 , Co A 78 Tank Bn.
24th Inf Div. Served in Japan and Korea. Want to tell hin that he.was
a damn good soldier and man.





Entry: 7671 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

MIKE MAHONEY wrote on February 22, 2011


Comments:

I am wondering if anyone has information about my uncle Sgt. James T. McCann, he was in Korea from October of 1951 until spring of 1952.





Entry: 7650 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BIRDELL HARP wrote on January 16, 2011


Comments:

I am looking for anyone who served in 428th engineers.





Entry: 7611 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

FRIEND wrote on November 17, 2010


Comments:

LOKING FOR ROSTER OF MEN WHO SERVED WITH 10TH CBT ENGR BATTALION, HHQ COMPANY, ANYONE REMEMBER A CORPRAL JOHN MOREFIELD, FROM OHIO





Entry: 7609 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

FRIEND wrote on November 17, 2010


Comments:

LOKING FOR ROSTER OF MEN WHO SERVED WITH 10TH CBT ENGR BATTALION, HHQ COMPANY, ANYONE REMEMBER A CORPRAL JOHN MOREFIELD, FROM OHIO





Entry: 7604 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

EMMITT J. TAYLOR wrote on November 13, 2010


Comments:

I served with the 62nd Eng Construction company on and near the Hun River...anyone know...?
I am in Elk Grove California..would love to hear from anyone that was with my company..
62nd Engr Co A.
Emmitt J Taylor





Entry: 7506 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BRENDA DOLBERRY GUIDRY wrote on June 25, 2010


Comments:

I am looking for any information on my dad 'Cyrus Dolberry'. I just know he served in the Korean war. If anyone knows anything I would love the info.

Thank you,

Brenda 'Dolberry' Guidry
msbrenda4161@aol.com





Entry: 7373 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ANGELO SUPPA 1ST. CALV. 8TH REG. TRANSPORTATION wrote on October 23, 2009


Comments:

GOT TO KOREA JULY 1950 LEFT JUNE 1951 WE WERE A TRUCKING OUTFIT,WE BROUGHT THE TROOPS TO THE FRONT AND WE BROUGHT THEM BACK AND WE HAULED ALL THE SUPPLYS TO THE TROOPS AT THE FRONT.I WAS ASSIGNED TO AN ENGLISH CO. ARTILLERY CO
THAT IS WERE I HAD BOTH OF MY EARS BLOWED OUT.I WAS STONE DEAF FOR A LONG LONG TIME, IAM STILL DEAF , HAVE TWO HEARING AIDS. I WAS WITH A 4.2 MORTER CO FOR A WHILE, I WOULD LOVE TO HERE FROM ANYONE WHO REMEMBERS ME,I WAS STATIONED IN JAPAN FOR EIGHTEEN MONTHS BEFORE THE KOREA WAR STARTED.WE WERE STATIONED AT MT. FUJI, JAPAN. ANGELO SUPPA FROM PGH. PA.














Entry: 7320 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DALE JONES wrote on July 27, 2009


Comments:

Good day to all the proud the past and present and future Vets of America.
I'm looking for anyone that was with my Father in Korea in this time period. He was SFC Robert W. Jones of sharon Ohio.
He was a radio operator with the 507th. I have a lot of pictures and a few with rank and last names if you'd like to connect them together. E-mail me at this address or Genisusphoto@msn.com and we'll see what we can come up with.
I see on the Web site that the picture my dad has taken and the one there was one in the same 507th Signal Service Co: (OPN) 'Tyhe best Damn signal Outfit in Korea.

Thanks and to the Memories of all that have gone before,us. I was in Kwang Ju in 71, building nose docks for the Koreans.

Dale





Entry: 7316 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

HAROLD STUTZKY wrote on July 14, 2009


Comments:

I am looking for anyone from A Company, 14th Inf Regt, 25th Div. We were stationed at Camp Zama in Japan. It was thr 34th Regt. 24th Div but was changed to the 25th Div. We replaced a Regt of the 25th Div. that was bein desegragated. Our Company Commander was Capt. Curran. We had a lot of men like myself who had been to Korea and released from hospital. Some men from the Big 8 Stockade who were given their choice of staying in the stockade or going to Korea. e had a bunch of draftees from Wyoming and Minnesota.

Will be waiting to hear from some of you guys.
The last guy a saw was George Malson from Midwest, WY. It was either at Fort Custer, MI or Camp McCoy, WI.





Entry: 7314 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

LUCILLE RENFROE wrote on July 13, 2009


Comments:

Am trying to help a friend, Ralph Watts who was at Heart Break Ridge in Dec., 1952 (Como Section)-who is looking for an Arthur Evans who was there with him. Arthur was from Ohio he thinks.

If anyone can help, please let me know & I'll pass along to Ralph. Ralph was a recipient of a Purple Heart.

Thanks,
Lucille M. Renfroe





Entry: 7272 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

RALPH W. COLE wrote on April 9, 2009


Comments:

I AM LOOKING FOR JAMES COMBS THAT I SERVED WITH IN KOREA AS
MEMBERS OF 2998TH ENGINEER TREADWAY BRIDGE COMPANY .FEB.1951
UNTIL APRIL1952





Entry: 7244 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JANET HATHAWAY wrote on March 11, 2009


Comments:

My uncle PFC John Jacob Williams (AL) was in 8th Cavalry Regiment F CO 1st Cavalry Division he was listed as MIA on 9-3-50. Is there any chance you might have information of him? I have a few pictures I will share in exchange for information.

Janet Hathaway







Entry: 7085 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ROBERT A. JAMES wrote on July 12, 2008


Comments:

Info. on The ROK- KOREAN WAR SERVICE MEDAL
For Service from 25 June 1950 to 27 July 1954, signing of the ARMISTICE,
GO TO http://korea50.army.mil/medal/index.shtml
Goog luck and God Bless and Take Care
Retired after 22 1/2 years/ 4 tours in Korea and 2 in Germany 1965 to 1987





Entry: 7049 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

VETS SON wrote on June 8, 2008


Comments:

70th,,Tank Battalion,,,1st calvaery divison,,, 'C' Company.....Anyone ??? looking for anyone from there interested in contacting Charles Holden, or Tommas Murphy...or that can offer a 'link' to a better source to find any info; on my fathers outfit...Thanks.





Entry: 7047 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

KATHERINE RASKOB wrote on June 8, 2008


Comments:

Hi. Looking for any information of my father's unit, 369 Replacement Co in Inchon Korea. I think it was telecommuncations but would love any info.

Thanks.





Entry: 6944 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ROBERT RHYNE wrote on February 4, 2008


Comments:

Did anyone serve with my father at chosan resivior. His name was James F. 'Mickey' Rhyne from texas.





Entry: 6925 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CURTIS BANKER wrote on January 9, 2008


Comments:

I am a WWII veteran that stayed in and went to Korea in July,1950 arriving at Pusan on 8th of August,1950 with the 73rd Heavy Tank Bn.. The 6th and 70th Tank Bn's shipped at the same time as we did.We had obsolete tanks and most of our NCO's were WWII vets so they were experienced in combat operations. The troops that i saw ,the ones that were there before us,were really worn out and suffering from fatigue,however the fighting spirit was still in most of them. Our orders were simple,
'Hold the line or swim. It's a long swim to Japan and there are no boats available.' That gave us very little choice.I really think the arrival of Tank units was the key to victory and eventual landing at Inchon.We held the line!





Entry: 6849 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

FRED DANIELS wrote on November 1, 2007


Comments:

Looking for anyone from the 2nd div 38inf reg tank co 2nd plat in Korea 1950 thru 1951





Entry: 6835 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

MARILYN BARNES KENNEDY wrote on October 5, 2007


Comments:

looking for anyone who knew my dad.lonzo deveral barnes from san angelo texas,he was a staff sgt. in ww-2 from the 82nd -101first airbourne. he served all of ww-2.he served two tours in korea but they lost his records and we've been fighting to get his records straight,my dad has been gone 23 yrs. they only put ww-2 on his headstone.we are not happy,and we havent been for years.
we were so young when daddy died, it just shellshocked us.my other sister was born oct,24,1951 while dad was in korea ,and born in ft.campbell, kentucky. hmmmm! but no records.....i have pictures of him in korea and he wrote on the back of them.if you knew my dad please contact me?
daddy was a cowboy,joker,and a character and a great paratrooper and soldier.i loved my daddy so much.i was daddy's girl.and God i still miss him so much! but i wont quit until i get his honor back and the korean war on his headstone. he fought for his country and he earned it. he fought for me , now i fight for him.
but i need help? if you knew him ,have pictures? please contact me? my daddy will always be my hero!!!!!!!
thank you, marilyn barnes kennedy





Entry: 6834 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CARMEN MINCEY wrote on October 4, 2007


Comments:

i am trying to locate any information on august 1950 rifle section company c 23rd infantry reg. i can find any info on the internet. help. :)





Entry: 6832 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

RENEE WALKER wrote on October 2, 2007


Comments:

Anyone have information or a lead on my father, George Theodore Jovanovitz? He served in the Army (Detroit/Dearborn, MI) during the War. He passed away in 1979. Any direction you can give me regarding where to locate his service record, etc would be helpful. I would be grateful, as we would like to honor him with a stone. Thank you in advance.
Renee





Entry: 6796 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

LEWIS HARGIS wrote on August 28, 2007


Comments:

Anyone remember ROBERT D SMITH, SGT 1951-1953 my wife's dad. Died in 1963. Purple heart for carrying injured enemy to safety, injured knee jumping in fox hole with injured enemy? Would love to hear from ya!





Entry: 6772 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BETTY MARQEZ MARQUEZ wrote on July 30, 2007


Comments:

MY UNCLE name was Max Hernandez he was kia on 2-13-51
he was in 21d 15 field he you know him we would like to hear from you.





Entry: 6737 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ARTURO OR FEDERICO VELANOWETH GRANDAUGHTER wrote on May 23, 2007


Comments:

Arturo from 5th RCT any one knew him?





Entry: 6711 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DENNIS C. AMBROSE wrote on April 29, 2007


Comments:

Still looking for 507th Sig Svc Co (Opns) personnel
who served in Korea 1950-and on. We have a small
group meeting in Laughlin, NV Oct 1-4. 2007
If you were members of this unit ,wherever, please
contaact me, I have info on this gathering.......





Entry: 6709 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

HUGH E. JOSLIN wrote on April 28, 2007


Comments:

I WAS IN 3RD INF DIV, 7TH REG, 1ST BN, HQ CO. FROM AUG OF
1950 IN JAPAN, THEN WONSON, HAMHUNG, PUSON AND ON. THAT
TOOK ME ABOUT 10 MONTHS. DOES ANYONE REMEMBER.





Entry: 6627 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

PYLAR GOMEZ wrote on April 19, 2007


Comments:

Somebody out ther know my Father Robert Gomez 'Bob'. I dont know much about his service. he didnt say. He passed away dec. 1988. purple heart, bronze star 'V' deviced





Entry: 6557 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

STEVEN G. BARCOMB wrote on February 26, 2007


Comments:

My dad was in the 1st Loudspeaker and Leaflet Co. 25th div. from Feb. to June approx. 1951. Just wondering if anyone out there knew him his name was Nelson E. Barcomb.





Entry: 6507 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DENVER L. HARDESTY JR. wrote on December 30, 2006


Comments:

LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON PFC OR PVT. WILLIAM RAYMOND ( BILLY RAY ) CUNNINGHAM. HE WAS WITH CO. B 1ST BN. 32ND INF. REGT. 7 INF. DIV. HE WAS DECLARED MIA ON 12/02/50 AND KIA WHILE MISSING IN 1953. HIS NAME IS ON THE MONUMENT AT THE PUNCHBOWL IN HAWAII. HIS REMAINS WERE NEVER RECOVERED. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE WHO MAY HAVE KNOWN HIM OR COULD SHED SOME LIGHT ON WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM AND THE OTHERS FROM THIS UNIT. HIS SIBLINGS WOULD LIKE TO HAVE SOME CLOSURE TO THIS MATTER BEFORE THEY ARE ALL GONE. HE WAS MY UNCLE ON MY MOTHERS SIDE. I REMEMBER HIM FROM WHEN I WAS A CHILD. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS ALL VETERENS WHO GAVE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE SO WE CAN LIVE OUR LIVES AS GOD INTENDED. DENVER L. HARDESTY JR.





Entry: 6489 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

VIVIAN WILLIAMS wrote on October 19, 2006


Comments:

i am looking for any one who knew my uncle joseph washington jr. hew was in the 21st infrantry regiment and the 24th infrantry division i would like to know if any one has a picture of him he was killed in north korea on oct 27, 1951 they also called him popcorn.

thank you





Entry: 6477 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CARROLL SHISSLER wrote on October 8, 2006


Comments:

Would like to hear from anyone that served in 196thfabn C battery from Feb 53-feb 54





Entry: 6360 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DON DUGGAN SON OF SAMUEL F. DUGGAN wrote on July 8, 2006


Comments:

Looking for anyone that might have served with my father
Capt. Samuel F Duggan of the 336 EUD in Korea. Have
pictures of a Maj. Shelton and pictures of officers
Watson and Fleming. Thanks, Don Duggan





Entry: 6358 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

SONJA K. EBERHART wrote on July 7, 2006


Comments:

Would like to hear from anyone who might have known my uncle James Willison. Co. C. 32 inft. rgt. Missing 12/2/50 at Chosin.





Entry: 6288 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ARNIE YARCHEVER wrote on May 30, 2006


Comments:

SERVED WITH HQ. BAT.48TH FIELD ARTILLAY AS LIASON W/3RD BATALION 32ND REG.COMBAT TEAM FROM SEPT.1950 THRU 1951. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE WHO SERVED WITH ANY OF OUR LIASON GROUPS. WAS ON TASKFORCE WHITE UP NORTH KOREA





Entry: 5894 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

EDWIN P THOMPSPN wrote on April 6, 2006


Comments:

I served in the 14th Combat Engineering Company C During the Korean War, Am looking for anyone who was in this company We done Bridge building an road building for the 1 st Marine Division, Would like to hear from any of you that are still around





Entry: 5825 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

NICOLE MATHEY wrote on March 28, 2006


Comments:

Does anyone know my father Maurice E (Bud) mathey





Entry: 5760 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

PAUL E. TAYLOR wrote on March 21, 2006


Comments:

Hi ,Trying to find people who was in K co. 60 MM mortars.wrote song.Twas the night Before Christamas.Does any one remember.





Entry: 5660 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

WAYNE RICHMOND wrote on March 7, 2006


Comments:

I served with hq & serv co 2nd combat engineers 2nd inf div 1950 1951





Entry: 5544 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

LEON DEAN wrote on February 16, 2006


Comments:

Looking for anyone that was in the 31st Field Artillery Bat. HQ, 7th Infantry Division Medical Detachment from 04/50 to 05/51....Ralph Macy, Eugene Kriniky, Dr. Nagle, Sgt. Black. I was always above the 38th parallel.





Entry: 5504 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

KATHY HENLEY wrote on January 22, 2006


Comments:

I'M VERY INTERESTED IN FINDING OUT ABOUT A FRIEND OF OURS THAT WAS A POW AND IF THERE IS ANYONE OUT WHO KNOWS OF WHAT HE WENT THROUGH HE GOES BY THE NAME BILL HODGINS POSSIBLE NAME WAS CPL R B HODGINS NOT SURE HE TOLD US OF SOME HORRIBLE THINGS HIM AND SOME WENT THROUGH AND IF YOU KNOW OF HIM HE IS STILL VERY MUCH ALIVE AND HAPPY
THANKS KATHY OF OKLAHOMA





Entry: 5396 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ELMON JARVIS ANDERS wrote on November 16, 2005


Comments:

50-51 51th Hvy mort co, 32 inf regt Elmon Jarvis Anders





Entry: 5361 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CHARLES HUEY wrote on November 3, 2005


Comments:

Interested in hearing from anyone that was with the 930th EAG From 1950 thru 1952.
Stationed in Nagoya Japan and/or Korea.





Entry: 5137 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

GEORGE PAYNE wrote on September 22, 2005


Comments:

this is George Payne . I was there in june july aug and sept of 1950. 1st cav div 8th reg company e . if you know me email tartino@sbcglobal.net





Entry: 5104 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JAMES R RODGERS wrote on September 6, 2005


Comments:

Have been researching my Dad's Korean War Service. I believe he served as a forward observer with the 8th FA Bn 1951-1952. His name was 1LT. Kenneth Rodgers, nickname was 'tech'. Any info would be appreciated.Send to the above email address.





Entry: 5065 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DOM PARATORE wrote on August 11, 2005


Comments:

Sgt, if your interested in sharing your photos of your days in Korea. The site to do that is; www.koreanwar-educator.org....I would love to see what you have to offer. Dom





Entry: 4988 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

PATT LAPP wrote on July 10, 2005


Comments:

my step-brother, Robert E. Roth, company 'B', 35th infantry reg't was killed in 1951 in Korea. I am looking for anyone who knew him and could tell me something about your acquaintance with him. he was from McCook, Ne.





Entry: 4968 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JUDY C TABOR CLEMENT wrote on June 26, 2005


Comments:

Looking for anyone who was in the 78th Gun Battalion, HQ Division. My dad, George B Clement, is trying to find a couple of buddies that served with him from summer/fall of 1951 to April of 1952 He cannot remember much about this time of his life,and we would love to know why. He was 'frozen' while on guard duty one night and that's the last thing he remembers about being in Korea. It would be great to hear from someone who remembers him. He was a wheel track mechanic.





Entry: 4921 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

MICHAEL ROMERO wrote on May 26, 2005


Comments:

Hello I am looking for anybody who served with my grand father Fred N Garcia (think they called him Cookie)
He served out of Worland Wyoming They honored him and
another soldier by putting there name on the National Guard Armory. He died on June 13, 1951 in combat.





Entry: 4806 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DON MORRIS wrote on December 5, 2004


Comments:

Looking for anyone from the 40th div 143rd FAB. specialy
the service Batt. from 1950 to 52





Entry: 4761 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

LORI BROWN-BRADY wrote on October 25, 2004


Comments:

I am trying to locate anyone who may remember my dad, Goerge Brown. He was in 2nd bat.'E' company 3rd platoon and 3rd squad. He doesn't talk much about it but he has alot of pictures.He was with the 7th Inf. 31st Regiment.Anyone who may know him, please e-mail me. He would really like to hear from anyone who may know him. Thank-you and God bless





Entry: 4758 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DICK ROCHON wrote on October 25, 2004


Comments:

728th MP Bn? 4/51 to 9/52. I remember a Matarocci (sp?), and a Smitty from San Jose at Hqs Co. And a Matekovic at Co. D. Would like to hear from them.

Thanks





Entry: 4728 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BUFORD C. LIGHT wrote on September 24, 2004


Comments:

I am looking for army buddies that were stationed in Camp Carson, CO in 1949-1950 with Co. H, 14th RCT. Two of my commmanders were Capt. Singleton and Capt. Dunn. Thank you for any information you can provide.





Entry: 4698 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

SHERRY HUSK wrote on August 31, 2004


Comments:

My brother allen Wright was with Col. Faith at Chosin
(MIA 12-2-1950)

Thank You for any information





Entry: 4697 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

SHERRY HUSK wrote on August 31, 2004


Comments:

A CO.32 INF RGT 7 INF DIV AT CHOSIN NOV 1950
MY BROTHER PVT ALLEN WRIGHT ( MIA 12-2-50)
WAS WITH COL.FAITH. BODY NEVER RECOVERED.

thank you for any information





Entry: 4611 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOHN R MENOR wrote on July 19, 2004


Comments:

LOOKING FOR LESS CURREN WHO HAS TRIED TO CONTACT ME
DID NOT HAVE ANY FORWARDING INFORMATION ONLY ZIP CODE IN
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, IN MAPLE VALLEY.
CALL 910 488 4830.





Entry: 4579 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOHN A. SHAW wrote on June 21, 2004


Comments:

Anybody out there part of the 865th anti aircraft.Known as the 8 Whiskey 5th. In Korea 1950-1952. Trained as a surgical tech at Ft Sam Houston but when sent to Japan ended up a squad leader in the 865th antiaircraft. Anybody know anything about Piccolino, Bates,Monroe or any of the other guys? Thanks John





Entry: 4540 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BARBARA CHITWOOD wrote on May 15, 2004


Comments:

I'm looking for info on my father, James Joseph Chitwood. I know he was in Korea in 1950. He was from Oklahoma. He may have been called JJ. Any help would be great.
Thanks,
Barb





Entry: 4482 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DONNA THORSON wrote on April 3, 2004


Comments:

Do any of you know about the 14th Infantry C Company at Hill 404 near Tangwo-Ni Korea? Thank you





Entry: 4481 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DONNA THORSON wrote on April 3, 2004


Comments:

Do any of you know about the 14th Infantry C Company at Hill 404 near Tangwo-Ni Korea? Thank you





Entry: 4441 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOE ARSENAULT wrote on February 28, 2004


Comments:

I am looking for Lt. Harold(Bucky) Harris. We were in
the 2nd Engineers Combat Battalion, 2nd Inf. Division. Company A . He was from El Paso, Texas. He was our
Master Sergeant in Youngsan and was promoted to Lt.
Lt. Harris, took over the Co. after Capt. Smith was
killed in the Kuniri offensive. I believe on the night
of the 29th of Nov., 1950, even though out-numbered by
several hundreds to 1, we repelled the Chinese attack.
After the battle, Lt Harris said; I'm putting you guys
in for the Bronze Star. I can't seem to find any one
else who remembers Lt Harris' words. One person I remember
being there was Big Bob Carpenter. However, he is suffering from deep depression. I would appreciate hearing
from anyone who was there.
Joe Arsenault
219 W. Clinton St.
Clayton, NJ 08312
Phone(856-881-2835)
psteelman@aol.com





Entry: 4367 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOAN JOHNSON wrote on January 21, 2004


Comments:

My father James R. Eaton was in Korea from August 50 to May of 51. He was with the 1st Cav. 7th Cav. Reg. Co L. I know he fought at Hill 518. I do not know much about that time in his life. I do have some of his medals. He has 3 Silver Stars, 3 Bronze 2 Purple Hearts and the CIB. If anyone has any info I would appreciate it. Thanks
Joan





Entry: 4349 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

GEORGE A. THOMPSON, JR. wrote on January 7, 2004

Crab Orchard Kentucky


Comments:

Looking for men who served with my Uncle, Pfc CLARENCE HAROLD THOMPSON, KIA, Sept 5, 1950 at the Walled City of KASAN , while serving with CO. E, 8th CAVALRY Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division.

Company Commander was Capt William McClain.

Please contact me. George A. Thompson Jr.
904 Pine St.
Crab Orchard, Ky 40419
(606) 355 - 7002

Thank You and GOD Bless !!!!





Entry: 4280 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

RICHARD DANTE wrote on December 3, 2003


Comments:

Am looking for my friend Leonard Whitter,we returned to the states in April 52.We were both assigned to Fort Tilden N.Y..Lost track of each other and I would like to reconnect.I beleive his home state was New Hampshire,then again it might have been VT.If you know please contact me on the EMAIL...





Entry: 4035 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

RICHARD JACOBI wrote on July 13, 2003


Comments:

And LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND, a story about Korea

I have read and subscribed to many magazines for many years, but for some reason I have never read a story about the forgotten war KOREA.
And
I am one of the lucky ones that survived the Korean War, but I am also one of the ones who has post traumatic stress. I was in Japan when the Korean War broke out, and at the time we were taking amphibious maneuvers. We just stayed on the landing craftÂ’s, and sailed off for Korea. The story below is just one of many I dream about, and think about all the time. Though it may be hard to prove except for one individual who was in my forward observer party, I doubt if there are many people alive from that time. I have seen an awful lot of stories about Iraq, and other popular wars, about saving American lives. I think it may be about time to let the public known a couple good things about Korea.

I was with the 61st field artillery battalion Of the First Cavalry Division. In Japan I was the artillery mechanic, but in Korea we had a forward observer party wiped out. I was assigned as jeep driver radio operator to replace my friends that were killed. That is how I ended up to being on the front lines for 300 straight days and nights. The artillery does not go into reserves as the Army does.

My name is Richard Jacobi
2493 Youngstown Wilson Road
Ransomville NY 14131
Phone number 716 791-4294

Thank you very much Richard Jacobi


It was early December 1950, and we were in full retreat from the Yalu
River. My jeep was the last of three Jeeps in the column, and there was nothing between China and us. Most of the Chinese had already gotten through our lines at the Yalu River, and we were fighting roadblocks every mile or so.

After days of this we came to a very large River. They had bulldozed a road through the River in that almost kept us out of the water which was ice cold as the temperatures were near zero or below. When we were about a mile from the River the convoy bogged down to a standstill. Shortly thereafter a liaison plane circled over us and dropped a message. It said there were American troops on foot on the other side of the River with no weapons. The company commander told his driver, the mortar driver forward observer and myself the artillery forward observer driver to unload our jeeps, and trailers, and see what we could do to help them.
We headed cross-country towards the River and came across a raft that was about 15 ft. by 15 ft. in size. It was frozen to the shore, and we started using our rifle butts to free it from the ice. While the other guys busted ice I went up the shore about 100 yards to a house, and found 10-ft. long Poles. By the time I got back they had the raft free from the ice and we started to poll across the river. That was when we first noticed that the 300 Foothill on the other shore was covered with Chinese. We could see the dark blue uniform of the officer and his gold insignias, as that's how close we were to them. We got to the other shore and the GIs jumped aboard and hugged us and one guy tried to give me his wallet. The hill looked like Custards last stand with all the Chinese lined up on it. The trip back was hell waiting for the mortar's that never came to wipe us out. I can just imagine how those troops felt waiting that 20 minutes it took us to get the raft their. They were a brave bunch of soldiers. We got back to the other side and loaded up our jeeps and trailers with the men and returned back to the company. I have never seen or heard from anyone of the group from that moment on, and never got as much as a thank you or nice job from anyone about the troops we brought across. I am sure the company commander got himself a nice recommendations and medal out of it.






Entry: 3986 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

SANDRA HARDAWAY wrote on June 17, 2003


Comments:

Hoping to find anyone who knew my uncle William Tyree Osborn. He was killed 09-02-50. He was in the 21Inf Rgt 24 Inf Div.





Entry: 3985 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DENISE GNEFKOW wrote on June 16, 2003


Comments:

My Dad, John Gnefkow, is looking for anyone he served with in the 8th Army First Observation Unit.





Entry: 3983 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

wrote on June 15, 2003


Comments:

Interested in hearing from anyone who might have known my father, MSGT Carl D. Martin, first reported as MIA, and later declared dead.





Entry: 3914 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

MARY BRUNO wrote on May 8, 2003


Comments:

Hello to all. I'm a feelancer writer working on an assignment for the AARP website www.aarp.org. The site plans to run a story by David Halberstam, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1964 for his reporting on Vietnam for The New York Times. Mr. Halberstam is currently writing a book about what happened when the Chinese entered the Korean War. I have been asked to solicit comments, thoughts, memories, opinions, etc. about the war from the veterans who served. These comments will appear in aarp.org's Korean War bulletin board (http://www.aarp.org/veterans/) - in conjunction with the publishing of Mr. Halberatsm's story - and hopefully spur further debate at a time when the Korean Peninsula is once again in the news. If you are interested in participating - and I very much hope you will be - please contact me at mary@marybruno.com. Thanks very much.

Mary Bruno





Entry: 3897 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

KEITH OLDING wrote on April 25, 2003


Comments:

LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO KNEW MY BROTHER VINCENT OLDING WHO
WAS KILLED IN KOREA MAY 2 1951. PLEASE CONTACT ME.





Entry: 3738 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

RRAMON VIERA wrote on February 11, 2003


Comments:

I was a SFC in HQ Co. 3rd Bn. 65th Inf Regt. 3rd Div. This
was on my first tour of duty in Korea. I went back for a
second tour of duty on March, 1953. I was assigned to
Hq. Co. 1st Bn 7th Inf Regt. 3rd Div. It was there when
we received a direct hit from a heavy mortal from the
chinese on top of our bunker. Strange as it may sound,
no one was killed. The STAR & STRIPES reported it as a
true MIRACLE OF WAR.

I would like to hear from someone who served from 1950 to
1953 either in the 65th Inf Regt. A PUERTORRICAN REGT. or
in 7th Inf Regt. 3rd Div. (THE COTTON BALERS)

Ramon Viera





Entry: 3697 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CLARK MCMINN ( MAC) wrote on January 28, 2003


Comments:

Mac signing in again Does anyone remember Jose A Miranda believe he came from Rocky Ford Colorado. 4th plt. G co. 19 Reg & 24th like me ,sure would like to know his where abouts.





Entry: 3665 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CLARK MCMINN ( MAC) wrote on January 15, 2003


Comments:

I was with the 4th plt. G Co. 19th Reg. 24th Div. Went in Jan of 51 to Aug. 51 Most guys knew me as MAC. Would sure like to hear from some of you guys. Gets lonly sitting here looking out the window at the cold winter sky. Could anyone help me find the List of Enlisted Reservists called back in Sept. of 1950 from the good old state of Nebraska. Now is the time for all of us to get on the band wagon and communicate with each other. I have been attending 24th Assoc. reunions they are great Lets keep in touch. MAC





Entry: 3643 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

RITA BAKER wrote on January 7, 2003


Comments:

I'm LOOKING FOR ANY ONE WHO WAS IN Baker Co3rd division 7th.infantryDivision.My husband was the platoon leaderSFC.Norman o.BakerTHANK YOU





Entry: 3598 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JOETTA DEPAEPE BUTTERBAUGH wrote on December 16, 2002


Comments:


PLEASE HELP ME OUT. I AM TRYING TO GET INFORMATION ON MY FATHER-IN-LAW WHO WAS IN THE ARMY. I DON'T KNOW THE LINGO VERY WELL, BUT WILL TRY TO GIVE AS MUCH INFORMATION AS I CAN.
THOMAS E. DEPAEPE CORPORAL, PURPLE HEART, H&S CO 249 ENGR BN APO 227, THAT IS OFF HIS DD214. HE PASSED 7-2-02 IN TEX. WOULD LIKE ANY INFORMATION ANY ONE HAS. PLEASE REPLY TO joetta41@yahoo.com THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME.





Entry: 3490 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

VALERIE SAMPSON - COLE SAMPSON-COLE wrote on October 28, 2002


Comments:

Anyone who may remember George L Sampson from Kentucky
PLEASE contact me. I'm his neice & my dad would love to hear from anyone who may remember.
15 art bm (105mm) 2 inf div MIA 2-13-51
939th field artillary ballalion. God bless you all.





Entry: 3439 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CURTIS J. BANKER wrote on October 5, 2002


Comments:

Looking for any members of the 73rd Tank Battalion. I was in Reconnaissance platoon, Hq. Hq. & Service Company from
1947 to June , 1951.





Entry: 3413 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

NORM VALENTINE wrote on September 14, 2002


Comments:

Looking for info on my wifes brother, Pvt. Donald Jerman,18, KIA August 1950. #12324765
Only address I have is:
Co. C 39th Inf, Reg. Ft. Dix, NJ





Entry: 3406 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

STANLEY PINCUS (PINKIE) wrote on September 11, 2002


Comments:

Looking for any one who i served with in Korea. I was in the 23inf Regt Co M 2nd Division US Army. Was in the 60mm mortars and also in the heavy machine gun squad. Company Comm Was Capt (Ironjaw) Carter, Ex officer was Liet Adams. From july 1950 to about March 1951. Then Transfered to the 2Nd Division Band. When it was activated in Korea. Played many Concerts up at the front. I played the Sax.My nickname was Pinkie.
Would be glad to hear from old friends.





Entry: 3403 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BURT LAWSON wrote on September 10, 2002


Comments:

Hi Comrades:
I got to Korea the land of the morning sun in April 1951
Was assigned to company I. Lt Hay was in command can't remember and of the places we fought don't think I know
the names of any of them. They was just mountains and
valleys too me.
If there's anyone out there can enlighten me on any of this I would really appreciate it.
Even if not would like to hear from you.

Burt Lawson 1951 to 1952





Entry: 3396 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

SUSAN FRAZIER wrote on September 6, 2002


Comments:

I am looking for anyone who worked with or knew Jefferson Jack Beaver, 2nd ENG BN C 2nd Infantry Division.

I am an USAF Veteran seeking any information on my great-uncle Jefferson Beaver in order to preserve his service and memory within our family history.

E-5, Jefferson Beaver,16007543, MOS 03729 of Dunn County, Wisconsin. Sgt Beaver was killed in action in the Republic of Korea on 2 September 1950. He was returned to Tacoma,Washington and buried at Fort Lewis Cemetery, Fort Lewis, on 30 July 1951.

Also looking for anyone who was at or has information on a Camp Beaver which was originally home to the 2d Engineer Battalion (Const.), 2d Infantry Division and later the home of the 8th Engineer Battalion, lst Cavalry Division. When the BN made their camp near Munsan, they named it in honor of Sgt Jefferson Beaver. Apparently the name was never officialy recognized.

THANK YOU TO ALL YOU VETERANS OUT THERE.





Entry: 3318 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

GLENN GOBBLE wrote on July 23, 2002


Comments:

I am looking for anyone who might have known my brother,
Pfc. Pryor Gobble who was MIA 12-12-1950. He was with the 31 INF. RGT. 7 INF. DIV. He was MIA in Hungnam North Korea
If anyone recognizes the name and might have served with him, I would appreciate any information that you may be able to supply. His remains have never been found.Thanks
in advance. His Brother Glenn Gobble Fort Myers, Fl.





Entry: 3148 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

WATTS HERBERT wrote on May 4, 2002


Comments:

I am writing for my Dad, who served in the Korean war from November 1950 to November 1951. His name is Herbert G. Watts and I think he was in the Quartermaster Company of 3rd Army, 3rd Division.

He would like to locate Darryll Jessen who was from Missoula, Montana. He was in the 2nd Infantry Division. Of course, we'd be interested in hearing from anyone that served with my Dad.





Entry: 3009 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CHARLES K. MELLOR wrote on March 2, 2002


Comments:

Looking for Paul K Moses. Was with the 24th I. D.
1950-1951 in Korea.





Entry: 2900 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BETH SHOOK wrote on February 2, 2002


Comments:

I'm looking for any information about my Uncle, PVT William(Billy)E. Rowe. He was in the 19th INF.REG., 24th INF.DIV. He was KIA 7/16/1950 fighting at Kum River in Korea. Anyone that served with him in his unit or knew him/remembers him.Please email me.Thank You Very Much, Sincerely, Beth





Entry: 2682 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

MAURICE R. SLANEY wrote on October 25, 2001


Comments:

34th Inf.Regt. 24th Div. April 1950 to 7/20/50
24th Signal from 49 to April 50.









Entry: 2620 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ROBERT FIDE wrote on October 1, 2001


Comments:

I am looking for anyone who might have served with my father, Robert 'Bob' Fide. If anyone remembers him please get ahold of me. I am desperately trying to piece together a very fragmented history.

Thank you,
Yvonne Fide





Entry: 2556 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

STEPHANY wrote on September 3, 2001


Comments:

I am looking for information about my Uncle BOBBY REX COLE 'BUDDY'. He died in 1955 Christmas eve on the way back from the war. he lived in Kentucky. If you have any stories, Information Please contact me, want to know as much about this man as I can. Information on him has been short. He was a machine Gunner and did very heroic honorbale things from the time he was 19 in the war, earned a silver star.





Entry: 2531 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

YVONNE KUUTTILA-GRANT wrote on August 29, 2001


Comments:

My husband Harold Kuuttila (nickname 'The Finn) was KIA May 28 1951 near Inje; tank commander (China Clipper #4) in 72nd Medium Tank bn. 'C'. I have every letter and many names, including men in Army Hospital in Tokyo during Nov-Feb '50/'51. Especially looking for Bob Legate (wife Jane, Mt. Pleasant MI), Ted Lang, Don Bohnert and wife who drove out to Seattle with us from Ft. Knox in Oct. 1950 Please reply if you were in this unit. Many thanks, Yvonne





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CHARLES K. MELLOR wrote on August 22, 2001


Comments:

Was with the 425th Transportation Traffic Regulation
Group from dec. 1950 untill Oct. 1951





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RICHARD MAY wrote on August 4, 2001


Comments:


Looking for any body who knew Pfc Joe Baksa KIA 6 2 50, with 31st Regt 7th Div , from south of Buffalo NY, May have been with 3rd Div, got sick sent home to return to 7th div Nov 50.
Richard May 615 Poinsettia Corona del Mar Ca 92625Ph 949 640 7834.
Would appreciate ,





Entry: 2393 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ERNEST A SVRCEK wrote on July 14, 2001


Comments:

Served in korea from Dec 50 till may 52 with 21stAAA-AW-
BN_-25th Infantry DIV.Was wounded on april 4-52 on Han
river near Kaesong.Only one I remember is a Sgt.Reed , he was also wounded.Got discharged in Aug 52. Would like to hear from some one who remembers or served with
me.Ernest a. Svrcek PO BOX 172,WEST.TEX 76691










Entry: 2128 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JACK OBER wrote on May 1, 2001


Comments:

Can anyone advise me how to cut through all the red tape
so that I can obtain a RA serial number and possibly the SS number of a buddy that I served with in Korea 7-50 thru 9-51 It would be greatly appreciated. I have been trying to locate him for over a year now with no results. Many thanks.





Entry: 2127 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

JACK OBER wrote on May 1, 2001


Comments:

Anyone with information to assist me in locating 2 buddies
that served with me in 'I' Co. 21st Reg, please contact me. Their names are Kenneth R. Pierce and William (middle name unk) Stone.Ken and I joined in LA 9-49. Basic training at Ft. Ord 'E' Co. 8th Inf Reg. Shipped to Korea
7-50 He was injured early and sent back to the rear. I haven't seen or heard from him since. Ken was from Bakersfield Calif. when he joined. Bill Stone was my Asst squad leader 3rd squad 3rd platoon. The 21st Inf. reg. is having a reunion in Oct. in Springfield Missouri. Anyone interested, contact me.





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GERNEYLEE CARTER wrote on April 20, 2001


Comments:

All you folks who are trying to find out what happened may request an IDP from the army. Call and get the address. Freedom of Information Act allows for a copy to be given to family members.

This record supposedly will tell where, how and who accompanied the body home. I sent for one today 4/20/01. I can't beleive I've waited all these years to bring some peace of mind about knowing what happened to him. I keep thinking he'll come home. I now know that will never happen after reading information on line about the first day. My brother was KIA 7/12/1950





Entry: 1935 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DAVID S. GUY wrote on March 6, 2001


Comments:

I had been searching for William (Bill) Pharis, for several years.Due to the efforts of the KWP and Leon G. Jones,he was located for me within 15 or 20 min. after I had informed Leon that I was trying to locate him. I'm still searching for Sherwood McPhee,belevied to be from the Michigan area.We were all members of the 25th Armored
Mech. Recon. co. 25th Inf. Div.
Sincerely
David S. Guy





Entry: 1824 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BETTY BIRD RICE wrote on January 24, 2001


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i'am looking for a friend , herman valenzuela, he was in 504th. co. c at fort custer before going to korea. he was a staff sargent. his home at that time glendale , arizona. any information would be great,thank you betty





Entry: 1710 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

BRENDA BIETZ BIETZ WARREN wrote on December 30, 2000


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My father was also injured at Chosen. If you have any information on him please email me. He name was Joseph F. Bietz-sometimes called 'pineapple' or jungle juice. Any information would be greatly appreciated.





Entry: 1709 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DENNY CENTERS wrote on December 30, 2000


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7th Division, 32 Regiment, D Company. I have found very few inquires concerning this unit as most were killed. Only a handfull servived and my father was one of those few. His name, Charles W. Centers (Bill). Wounded at Chosen and POW for a few days and escaped. Any information at all, please contact me. Thanks





Entry: 1687 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

FRANK J HALL wrote on December 25, 2000


Comments:

Looking for members of (A) company 194th combat engineer bn. We landed in Pusan feb 1951. I was with unit until October of 1951.I was in the 1st platoon. like to hear from anyone who in the unit.





Entry: 1573 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

NELSON R. SULOUFF wrote on November 29, 2000


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Arrived in Hq & Hq Battery 7th Division Artillery in August 1951. Seeking news from others in 7th Div Arty 1951-52, especially those assigned to the Operations or Intelligence sections.





Entry: 1534 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

ED BADGETT wrote on November 16, 2000


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My uncle was Daniel L Kremer Company E, 9th INF. Reg. 2nd INF Div and was wounded while holding off the enemy during a retreat and was listed as MIA on August 2nd, 1951. Members of his unit went back to retieve his body but he was never found. Anyone with any info please contact me.





Entry: 1460 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

KIM COSBY STRINGFELLOW wrote on November 3, 2000


Comments:

My father's name is Samuel E. Cosby and was a POW in Korea
from July 5, 1950 until August of 1953. If anyone remembers him or was part of that time, please let me
know.





Entry: 1415 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

DON HUCKABEE wrote on October 18, 2000


Comments:

looking for anyone from co.k 27th woulfhounds 25 div. during july 1950 thru november 1950





Entry: 1123 KOREAN WAR VETERANS FROM1950-1951

CHARLES K. MELLOR wrote on July 23, 2000


Comments:

Was with the 425th Transportation Traffic Regulation
Group