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Entry: 88624
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
PFC. BILLY CARROLL 40TH MP CO, 160TH FROM NYC

W.W. CARROLL wrote on March 27, 2014


City and State: NY

Unit: USN/USCG RETIRED

Service or Relationship: COAST GUARD VETERAN

Comments: My Dad, Pfc. Billy Carroll from NYC was Drafted and sent with his buddy Harry George to Ft. Devils then on to Camp Cooke where they joined the 40th Div. He was assigned to the 40th MP Co, 160th Infantry.
He came home from Korea to my Mom, Dolores and had 6 kids. Dad did 25 years in the 28th Pct. in Harlem with NYPD. The Man waltzed thru life laughing and singing, welcome where-ever he went.

I love and miss him so.
Up Tipperary Da.


Keywords:


Entry: 88373
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOOKING FOR WHERE MY DAD WAS AT IN KOREA

DAVID BYLSKI wrote on February 22, 2014


City and State: MADISON HEIGHTS MI

Unit: DADS 160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT MEDICAL CO

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Can anyone help me find where my dad was stationed at during the Korean War?

his name George Francis Bylski, from Clawson. Mi
with the 160th infantry Regiment medical Corpsman. Any help with his company or unit and where would be great. He passed away in 2009. my nephew is stationed in Dagu south Korea presently and wants to visit where he was.

Thank you for your time;

David Scott Bylski Son


Keywords:


Entry: 88248
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
160TH REG.40TH DIV.

CONNIE SNIDER wrote on February 1, 2014


City and State: BELLEVUE WA

Unit: 160THREG, 40TH DIV.

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: I am searching for anyone from companyL 160th reg 40th Div. for my father Paul Totusek to re-connect with. He is still very active and would enjoy talking with someone from that time in life.
Thank you so very much,
Connie Snider


Keywords: Personal Friend John DeAngelo from Boston, Mass area.


Entry: 87979
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOOKING FOR BUDDIES

MIKE (MYRON) ROLSTON wrote on December 27, 2013


City and State: MT MORRIS IL

Unit: 40TH DIVISION 160TH REGIMENT SECOND BATTALION HQ C

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Looking for surviving members of the 40th Division, 160th Regiment Second Battalion of HQ Company

Mike (Myron) Rolston


Keywords:


Entry: 86876
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
JOE BROCCOLO

KEVIN BROCCOLO wrote on July 31, 2013


City and State: WESTERLY RI

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Son looking for guys my father served with 40th infantry, camp

mcnair or camp haugen. Would like to get you guys together.


Keywords: al dondey or jack elgin and Donald david or david donald


Entry: 85795
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
SEATVET, LLOYD DALE

MARK SEATVET wrote on March 25, 2013


City and State: WINSTON-SALEM NC

Unit: 3RD PLATOON COMPANY C 160 INF REG 40TH INF DIV

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: OUR FATHER, THE VERY REV'D LLOYD DAYLE SEATVET,
ENTERED INTO GOD'S IMMEDIATE PRESENCE FEBRUARY 1,
2012 FOLLOWING A LONG ILLNESS. HE WAS A COMPANY
COMMANDER IN HEARTBREAK RIDGE IN 1952-1953 (?) AND
SOMETHING OF A MASTER WITH AN ARGUS C-3, 35 MM
CAMERA. IF YOU KNEW HIM OR HEARD OF HIM, WE WOULD
LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU. SILVER STAR. PURPLE HEART.

MARK L. SEATVET.


Keywords: HEARTBREAK RIDGE KOJEDO ISLAND


Entry: 85286
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
THE PASSING OF ALBERT ELLINGSWORTH

JERAL ELLINGSWORTH wrote on January 22, 2013


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My father Albert Red Ellingsworth passed away December 31, 2012
at the age of 84. He often told me stories of his time in japan and
Korea. He was drafted in November 1950 and trained in Fort Lewis
and Camp Cooke before shipping out to Japan for occupation duty
and additional training. He served in Korea from January to
September 1952 and received a Combat Infantry Badge and Korean
Service Medal with Star. I love you Dad.


Keywords: 40th Infantry Division, 160th Infantry Regiment, Fox Company


Entry: 85119
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
FRIENDS OF HENRY W FORD

CRYSTAL MCNEESE wrote on January 3, 2013


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: I'm looking to see if anyone knew my grandfather,
Henry Ford. I remember him saying he was a
sharpshooter in the infantry. He was from
Massachusetts (if anybody remember a short guy with a
Boston accent). He was hurt in the beginning of
November 1952 and evac'd out. I'm not sure how long
he had been in Korea beforehand. I believe he was
flown to Italy to recover from being wounded. If
anyone served with him, I would love to hear a story
or see a picture. He passed away in 2008 and I miss
him every single day. Thank you.


Keywords: 40 Infantry Division, 160 Regiment, Heartbreak Ridge,
sharpshooter



Entry: 84487
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
CHAPLAIN CRANE

WAYNE WARNER wrote on October 22, 2012


City and State: SPRINGFIELD MO

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments:

Keywords: Chaplain Robert Crane on March 11, 1952 had concluded
a worship service for a unit of the 160th Inf. Reg.
near Kumsong, N. Korea. His driver was chaplain's
assistant Kenneth Berry. An incoming artillery round
hit their Jeep, killing the chaplain and seriously
wounding Berry. Chaplain John Lindvall was another
chaplain in the Regement, along with assistants Doyle
Sullens and Bobby Conner. Lindvall and Sullens are
deceased. Does anyone remember the chaplains and
their assistants? Wayne Warner: mohawk1951@att.net



Entry: 83854
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
160TH REGIMENT 40TH INF. HEAVY MORTAR CO.

JOE THUNDER SR. wrote on August 9, 2012


City and State: KYLE SD

Unit: 160TH REG. 40TH INF. HEAVY MORTAR CO.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Looking for anyone in my Heavy Mortar Co. In Korea
From Oct.1952 to July1953. Just to take about old
times.


Keywords: Thunder -Sioux Indian-From SD


Entry: 83117
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOOKING FOR INFO ON PFC HENRY SCOTTI

DAVID CARIDDO wrote on May 24, 2012


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: I am trying to find information About PFC Henry
Scotti he was my fathers cousin and was killed at
Heartbreak Ridge on Oct 28 1952 I am trying to find
out what company he was in and so forth if any one
has any info it would be great to find out


Keywords:


Entry: 83079
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
CO. I 160 INFANTRY KOREA

ALICE TASSIERO wrote on May 21, 2012


City and State:

Unit: CO. I 160 INFANTRY KOREA

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

Comments: I am a 20 yr Vet, U.S. Navy. My father was Joseph E.
Coleman and was stationed with the Co. I Infantry
Korea from Jan 1952 to Jan 1953. I am trying to find
out info on his service time in Korea. He passed away
in 1996 and my mom has just recently been told that
the unit was deployed to an area in Korea that was
sprayed with Agent Orange and that this was what
caused my dad to be sick after coming back from
Korea. Does anyone out there have any info that
might help me. All I know is that my dad was on a
hill for seven months and was thankful to get home.
Thanks!


Keywords:


Entry: 83075
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
BUDDIES FROM THE PAST

DON FOX wrote on May 21, 2012


City and State: PALM DESERT CA

Unit: CO I 160TH RCT 40TH DIVISION

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I would like to contact anyone from CO I 160 th 40th
div.who served from Sept50 thru Sept 52.Lets chat about
a great outfit.


Keywords:


Entry: 82387
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
PASSING OF 160TH INFANTRY SOLDIER

DAVID REYES wrote on March 7, 2012


City and State: SEVERN MD

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Just want to post the passing of my father Felix
Reyes. He was a member of Company B, 160th Infantry
Division. He passed on February 21st, 2012 on his
birthday at the age of 81. He was very proud to have
served his country in the Korean War. Anyone who
knew him knew this. He was also proud that his two
sons are both Navy Vertans of 20+ years.


Keywords: 160th infantry, Company B, Reyes


Entry: 82302
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
CAMP ROBERTS CALIFORNIA

DAVID TYNER wrote on March 1, 2012


City and State:

Unit: B CO 1-160TH IN, GLENDALE CA

Service or Relationship: OTHER

Comments: I was up at Camp Roberts California on one of the
live fire ranges. On the back side of the concrete
bunkers I noticed the names of dozens soldiers dating
from the late 40's through the 50's. Some listed home
towns,dates, units, etc. It was good to see them the
continuing line of soldiers.


Keywords: California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts Ca, Paso
Robles CA,



Entry: 82176
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
PURPLE HEART - AWARDED 60 YEARS LATE

MARK JACKSON wrote on February 19, 2012


City and State:

Unit: 160TH INF REG

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My grandfather, Cpl. James H. Hardway, was wounded in
action on March 12, 1952, but was never awarded a
Purple Heart at the time. After submitting evidence
of his injury, the U.S. Army conferred the honor on
Jan. 18, 2012 -- some 60 years later.


Keywords: Purple Heart, 160th


Entry: 81958
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON MY GRANDPA'S SERVICE

JEFF FORZAGLIA wrote on February 2, 2012


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: If anyone know's my grandpa, Richard Bercier
a.k.a Dick from North Dakota, i'd love to hear from
you! I'm looking to get some information together as
i'd like to make a shadow box for my grandpa.


Keywords: 40TH Division, 160th Reg Combat Team, 3rd Battalion,
M company.



Entry: 81930
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
HQ CO 3RD BN 160TH INFANTRY REG

DICK MILLER wrote on January 31, 2012


City and State: GRAND JUNCTION CO

Unit: HQ CO 3RD BN 160TH INFANTRY REG

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Anyone from my unit out there?

Keywords:


Entry: 81755
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
40TH DIV COMBAT M.P.

STEPHEN J. (STEVE) DUNSTON wrote on January 16, 2012


City and State: IRVING TX

Unit: 40TH DIV COMBAT M.P.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I wasn't in the 160th Infantry, I was a 40th Div. M.P. Our 40th Div.
Combat M.P. Company planned, organized and moved different units from
place to place regularly so the enemy wouldn't be sure of their locations.
We also handled prisoners of war taking them back from the front lines
for confinement and questioning. It was dangerous work. Once the truce
was declared we patrolled the line between our and the enemy's territory.
I'm going on 80 years old now and I still remember that I thought, in my
early 20's, that I wouldn't see my next year's birthday.


Keywords:


Entry: 81521
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOOKING FOR SURVIORS OF FOX COMPANY

JOHN VAN HEEK JR. wrote on December 28, 2011


City and State: CROFTON NE

Unit: 160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT 2ND BATTALION FOX COMPANY

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Am writing on behalf of my father who is alive and
well and searching for anyone that served with his
outfit especially Charles A Leslie from Racine
Wisconsin He was a machine gunner known as Jake Van
Heek company comander liutenant Wilkes


Keywords: Heartbreak ridge fox company


Entry: 81005
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
SERGEANT GEORGE N. MORFOGEN

NICHOLAS MORFOGEN wrote on November 11, 2011


City and State: COLTS NECK NJ

Unit: 160TH REG./40TH DIV./HEAVY WEAPONS UNIT

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: George N. Morfogen, age 84, passed away on October 29, 2011.
Beloved husband of Zaharoula. Devoted father of Nick and his wife
Angeliki; Zach and his wife Angela; and Helen Poulis and her husband Nick.
Loving grandfather to JC, Cassandra, Jaclyn, George, Yanna and Antonia.
George was born in Anavriti, Sparta, Greece, and immigrated to the
United States in 1946, settling in Brooklyn, NY.

He fought for his new country in the Korean War with the Army's 160th
Infantry Regiment/40th Division, as a Pfc and then Sergeant in the
Heavy Weapons unit. Upon his return from Korea he became a citizen of
the United States and a resident of New Jersey. He was a parishioner of
St. John the Theologian Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Tenafly. He was a
restaurant owner since 1954 with his brothers of the Chelsea
restaurants of New York City and Long Island. He loved reading and
discussing a range of intellectual, historical and political topics. In the
spirit of our church: Eternal is Thy Memory


Keywords: Army Mess Sergeant George N. Morfogen.
Family's last name in Greece: Morfogenis.
Brooklyn, N.Y.; Fort Lee, N.J.; Closter, N.J.



Entry: 81004
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
SERGEANT GEORGE N. MORFOGEN

NICHOLAS MORFOGEN wrote on November 11, 2011


City and State: COLTS NECK NJ

Unit: 160TH REG./40TH DIV./HEAVY WEAPONS UNIT

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: George N. Morfogen, age 84, passed away on October 29, 2011.
Beloved husband of Zaharoula. Devoted father of Nick and his wife
Angeliki; Zach and his wife Angela; and Helen Poulis and her husband Nick.
Loving grandfather to JC, Cassandra, Jaclyn, George, Yanna and Antonia.
George was born in Anavriti, Sparta, Greece, and immigrated to the
United States in 1946, settling in Brooklyn, NY.

He fought for his new country in the Korean War with the Army's 160th
Infantry Regiment/40th Division, as a Pfc and then Sergeant in the
Heavy Weapons unit. Upon his return from Korea he became a citizen of
the United States and a resident of New Jersey. He was a parishioner of
St. John the Theologian Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Tenafly. He was a
restaurant owner since 1954 with his brothers of the Chelsea
restaurants of New York City and Long Island. He loved reading and
discussing a range of intellectual, historical and political topics. In the
spirit of our church: Eternal is Thy Memory


Keywords: Army Mess Sergeant George N. Morfogen.
Family's last name in Greece: Morfogenis.
Brooklyn, N.Y.; Fort Lee, N.J.; Closter, N.J.



Entry: 81003
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
SERGEANT GEORGE N. MORFOGEN

NICHOLAS MORFOGEN wrote on November 11, 2011


City and State: COLTS NECK NJ

Unit: 160TH REG./40TH DIV./HEAVY WEAPONS UNIT

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: George N. Morfogen, age 84, passed away on October 29, 2011.
Beloved husband of Zaharoula. Devoted father of Nick and his wife
Angeliki; Zach and his wife Angela; and Helen Poulis and her husband Nick.
Loving grandfather to JC, Cassandra, Jaclyn, George, Yanna and Antonia.
George was born in Anavriti, Sparta, Greece, and immigrated to the
United States in 1946, settling in Brooklyn, NY.

He fought for his new country in the Korean War with the Army's 160th
Infantry Regiment/40th Division, as a Pfc and then Sergeant in the
Heavy Weapons unit. Upon his return from Korea he became a citizen of
the United States and a resident of New Jersey. He was a parishioner of
St. John the Theologian Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Tenafly. He was a
restaurant owner since 1954 with his brothers of the Chelsea
restaurants of New York City and Long Island. He loved reading and
discussing a range of intellectual, historical and political topics. In the
spirit of our church: Eternal is Thy Memory


Keywords: Army Mess Sergeant George N. Morfogen.
Family's last name in Greece: Morfogenis.
Brooklyn, N.Y.; Fort Lee, N.J.; Closter, N.J.



Entry: 80396
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
CO M 160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT

DONALD HOM wrote on September 16, 2011


City and State: WOODBRIDGE VA

Unit: CO M 160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Looking for someonw who knew my father Hom Ben Sang
in Korea from Aug 52 - Sep 53 with Co M.


Keywords:


Entry: 79623
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
MEMORIAL - HOMER ANDERSON K CO RIP

KELLY ANDERSON wrote on July 13, 2011


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Homer Lowell Anderson, age 82, passed away on Monday, July 11, 2011, following a courageous battle with Parkinsons disease.

Homer proudly served his country as a radio operator in the U.S. Army during the Korean War from 1951 to 1953.

As a civilian, he worked as a letter carrier for 33 years. After retiring, he volunteered at Long Beach Memorial Hospital. He was an active member of First Baptist Church of Lakewood.

Homer adopted many people into his life and is thought of as a father and grandfather to so many more than his immediate family. His love for pancakes with real maple syrup and strawberry ice cream are legendary. He had a funny sense of humor and often made us groan with his puns. He was friendly and could approach anyone, anywhere. He was a simple man and lived his life without an ATM card, cell phone or computer.

Homer is survived by his devoted wife, Darlene Anderson, his three daughters: Reta Anderson, Pam DiSalvo and Kelly Anderson, his grandchildren, and so many who called him friend.

A memorial will be held on Monday, July 18 at 2:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Lakewood.


Keywords: 160th Infantry Regiment, 40th Infantry Division, King Company 


Entry: 79464
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
160TH 40TH INFANTRY COMPANY L

CINDY BRIDGES wrote on June 28, 2011


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Comments: My Father, James C Whitehead served in Korea, from 1952-1953? I think he was with the 160th, company L 40th Infantry . I am looking for anyone who may have known him. He has passed away, and I am working on a story about his life to share with our family. I am his daughter, and was with him when he passed. He did not share any of his experiences of Korea, but I know he had been deeply affected by his time there. His brother Bill Whitehead was also in Korea at the same time serving as a Medic. I would like to know where he was, and what happened to any of his unit while they were there. I have a few pictures with the names of Viscanti (PA), Sheares (MS), Mursewki, Slat, Rod, and Williams (CA) I am thinking these are guys he was with while in Korea. Thank you for any info you can provide.
Cindy


Keywords: James C Whitehead- section leader in Company L of the 40th Infantry Division's 160th Regiment.  


Entry: 79261
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
INFORMATION ON JUAN M. CABRERA

VINCENT DOMINGUEZ wrote on June 10, 2011


City and State: WILLISTON OH

Unit: 160TH IN REGIMENT 40TH INF DIV

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: My name is Vincent Dominguez and I am looking for ANY information about Juan M. Cabrera. We served in Korea together and would like to know how he is. Please CALL (419)340-4485. Thank You.

Keywords:  


Entry: 78640
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LARRY SUPPER ITEM COMPANY 160TH

WES SUPPER wrote on April 20, 2011


City and State: LOGAN OH

Unit: 160TH

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My dad severed in Korea I/?/160th/40th, am trying to learn more: have pictures of:
Todd

Sykoshi

Yoon Tong Byung

Mel Berthold

Harris, Hood, and Sklarsh

Ernie Puma

Cunningham


Keywords: Hook, Sklarsh, Kumwha, Item company, Todd, Koje, Inchon, Yangu, Mel Berthold,


Entry: 78331
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
JOHN D. DONO 160TH INF CO H

DEBORA ROSEMAN (DONO) wrote on March 26, 2011


City and State: GILBERTSVILLE PA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My Dad was from Pittsburgh, PA and served from Jan 1951-Nov 1952. He was the radio man. I have a few pictures which I am going to ask to have scanned. Maybe someone will recognize a face or two. I do not know where in Korea he served. Someone did say that he would have been at Heartbreak Ridge. He passed away in 1962. Would appreciate any info at all about him or the group he served with.

Keywords: 160th INF CO H Camp Cooke


Entry: 77376
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
SFC TOM AMANDRO SFC C CO 160TH RIP 2010

ALEXANDER (AL) STROLLO wrote on January 7, 2011


City and State: AMITYVILLE NY

Unit: C CO 160 REG 40TH DIV

Service or Relationship: MARINE VETERAN

Comments: WE LOST OUR GOOD BUDDY TOMMIE AMANDRO A FEW MONTHS AGO,NOT MANY OF US LEFT FROM THE OL BUNKER
GOD BLESS
AL


Keywords: HI TO SID ,TONY and OUR CO COL HARRY MEINHARDT RETD


Entry: 77102
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
CPL. CHARLES R CURTIS

SETH CURTIS wrote on December 11, 2010


City and State: GRASS VALLEY CA

Unit: C CO. 1ST BN. 9TH MARINES

Service or Relationship: MARINE VETERAN

Comments: Looking for anyone who served with my father Cpl. Charles Richard Curtis. Co A 1st BN. 160th infantry regiment. 40th div. Korea 1954. He was an infantryman but ended up as a driver I believe.

Keywords:


Entry: 76774
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
160TH INF REG MEDIUM TANK CO

OTHA COX wrote on November 14, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: OTHER

Comments: Looking for Lancaster CA Troops

Keywords:


Entry: 76073
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
40TH INF DIV ARCHIVES

DAN SEBBY wrote on September 7, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I am the director of the California State Military Museum located in Sacramento.

We would like the former members of the 40th ID to know that we have established a archives here at the museum. We are making a major effort to preserved the photos, records, and papers of the members of the division and make them available to historians, researchers, and family members.

The current 40th ID HQ has already transferred all of their photos from WWII, the official 40th Signal Co combat camera set as well as other collections of the Division's history.

If you can get this out to your members, we would appreciate it.

Dan Sebby, 1st Sgt CA ARNG (Ret)
Museum Director
(916) 854-1904
daniel.sebby@us.army.mil

California State Military Museum
1119 2nd Street
Sacramento, CA 95814


Keywords: Archives


Entry: 75862
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
IS THERE ANYONE LEFT?

CLAUDE HILL wrote on August 20, 2010


City and State: RINGGOLD GA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: OTHER

Comments: My name is Claude Hill. I am from Chattanooga, Tenn. I am looking for a roster or any information on anyone from the 40th Div./160th Regt./3rd Platoon/G co. from 1952-1953.We were known as the "Thirsty Third." Thank you.

Keywords: Heartbreak Ridge, G Company, "Thirsty Third"


Entry: 75447
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
160TH INF REG .1ST BAT. CO-D -40TH DIV.

JOE B. HOLGUIN SR. wrote on July 13, 2010


City and State: ONTARIO CA

Unit: 160 INF 40TH DIV 1ST BAT CO-D

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I am now 77-years old . when i went in the ng, I was
17-1/2 I used made up papers to get in. 'anyway'
on Jan. 13 I came out in THE LOS ANGELES TIMES with
2 other members. I thought that thay took my pic because
I had just killed 29 with my 50-cal fireing on feb-16
after "OPERATION CLAM-UP at about 9000 yards,thay told
me that I was going to get a medal,but I gess not


Keywords: JOE-JO KUMWHA VALLEY HEARTBREAK RIDGE + DEFENDING
NORTHERN EDGE OF PUNCHBOWL



Entry: 75327
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
VIRGIL HULL HQ 3RD BATT

ALLEN STONE wrote on July 3, 2010


City and State: CALDWELL ID

Unit: CO A 160TH 40 DIV.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Anyone from Hq 3rd Batt remember Virgil Hull? Let me hear from you!. Thanks

Keywords: Virgil Hull


Entry: 75210
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOOKING FOR 160 RG 3RD BN HDQS CO VETS

ROBERT GOODWIN wrote on June 24, 2010


City and State: ELK RIDGE UT

Unit: 40TH DIV, 160TH REG, 3RD BN, HDQS CO, S-2 SECTION

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: i would like to know who is still out there. 40th Div, 160th Reg, 3rd Bn, Hdqs Co, S-2 Section

Keywords: Goodie, Pete Burkhart, Bobby Huff, Fitz, Dutcher, Murphy, Red Wise,


Entry: 74856
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
ANYONE KNOW MY UNCLE?

JERRY CHARTRAND wrote on May 29, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: I never knew my uncle gerald chartrand, he died in korea. I have heard alot about him but I was wondering if anyone who served with him could tell me some of things about him from your friendships and serving together Thank you.

Keywords: Gerald Chartrand, Korean war


Entry: 74741
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOOKING FOR SOME ONE WHO KNEW ME..

ROBERT (BOB) CHALFANT SR. wrote on May 18, 2010


City and State: TWIN FALLS ID

Unit: 160TH EASY CO

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Just wondering were all the vets that served In korea with the 40th Inf Div 160Inf reg E company from 52 to 54 are all at?? I hope Im not the only one left..If there Is any one out there Id like to here from you.

Keywords:
Kuma valley..



Entry: 74368
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
DOES ANYONE REMEMBER SGT. MILO REED

RONDA KOSER wrote on April 15, 2010


City and State: SAVANNA IL

Unit: 160TH INF. REG

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Looking for anyone who might have known Sgt. Milo Reed and have any information...Thank you..Ronda Koser
{ Milo's Daughter }


Keywords: Milo was very quiet about his tour in Korea, 40th Division-160th Inf. Reg Heavy Mortar Co.


Entry: 73659
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOOKING FOR J.M. JOYCE

JON DAVIS wrote on February 21, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments:

Keywords: my grandfather was in korea and i found some old letters he got from PFC Joyce as his rank was at the time. i have 2 letters from him and was wondering if anyone knows him or were to find him, the letter said he was from Brooklyn, NY.


Entry: 73416
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
A COMPANY

PETE RAMOS JR. wrote on February 3, 2010


City and State: ENID OK

Unit: 160TH - A COMPANY

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: I am the son of a Korean War Veteran, 40th Infantry, 160th Infantry Regiment, "A" Company. My father, Pete Ramos, is trying to locate any of his former squad members.

My father would appreciate any information.

Thanks,
Pete Ramos Jr.


Keywords:


Entry: 73268
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOOKING FOR MEMBERS OF HQ. CO. 3RD BN. 160 REG.

ROBERT GOODWIN wrote on January 24, 2010


City and State: ELK RIDGE UT

Unit: HQ. CO. 3RD BN 160TH REG

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: I would like to contact anyone who served from the date of activation
through 1952, especially members of the S-2 Section: Pete Burkhart,
Peter Murphy, Bobby Huff, Fitz, Lieddle, etc.


Keywords: I was called "Goodie," S-2 Section, in Korea from Jan 1952 to June 1952.


Entry: 73178
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOUIS 'DOC' RODRIGUEZ

ALBERT HOLLOWAY JR. wrote on January 18, 2010


City and State: CATHEDRAL CITY CA

Unit: COMPANY C OR L 160TH INF REGT.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: To anyone out there who knew my grandfather, SSG Louis "Doc" Rodriguez. Doc was a combat medic in Korea from 1951-52. He was drafted in Corona, Ca. in 1951 and I believe was assigned to L Co. unknown Battalion 160th INF. REGT. He was deployed to Korea after attending Medic Training in San Francisco, Ca. and assigned to the 52nd Medical Battalion near Kapyong. I'm looking for any information about Doc. My family doesn't have much information about his service and he has since passed away. He spoke of Edward Mehowsky, David Nunn, and a fellow named "Guggie" or Guggenheimer. Louis "Doc" Rodriguez passed away on 01-08-2010. On that day Our Nation lost a hero and is now a sadder place.

Keywords: "Guggie" Guggenhiemer, David Nunn, Edward Mehowsky, Kapyong, Corona, 52nd Medical Battalion


Entry: 72849
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
ANYONE KNOW ME

BOB WEST SR. wrote on December 21, 2009


City and State: OCKLAWAHA FL

Unit: CO M 160TH INF DIV

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments:

Keywords:


Entry: 72149
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
PVT. ARTHUR L. RATHFON (BUD)

CHRISTINE MARTIN wrote on October 30, 2009


City and State: HARRISBURG PA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: OTHER

Comments: My father Arthur L. Rathfon (Bud), from Harrisburg, PA, was a private in the 160th Inft. Reg., 40th Div. He was in Korea Jan 1952-about Sep 1953. He trained in the heavy mortar co. (4.2")where he was an asst. gunner. He remembers Ito who was killed, mentioned a Pollard, Seibert- who did cabinetry work, Capt. Hart (or Heart),and had a good Korean friend named Lee Kyung Woo. He was stationed in Chunchon and Koji Island. He trained at Ft. Dix. NJ.

I have many pictures of my father's Korean War service. If you remember Arthur or would like to leave any other comment, please leave a message here. I also have a full oral account of his experience on tape and also written up.

Arthur passed away in Jan. 2005 from mesothelioma-- lung cancer caused by asbestos contamination. He was 74.

Christine Rathfon Martin, Arthur's Daughter


Keywords:


Entry: 71653
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
HELLO

SHIRLEY JOHNSON wrote on September 17, 2009


City and State: CHOTEAU MT

Unit: ARMY

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: I am looking for any information on my uncle PVT Luis Carrion-Martino. Killed October 28, 1952 Heartbreak Ridge. If you have any pictures or remembrances I would like to hear them. SHirley Johnson

Keywords: 160th Infantry Regiment 40th Infantry Division Army


Entry: 71592
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
HEARTBREAK RIDGE UNIT 160

LAURA ABNER wrote on September 12, 2009


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: OTHER

Comments: I would like information on my uncle, Horace Eugene Perry. He was in the 40th unit 160. stationed at Heartbreak Ridge, wounded March 11, 1952. Same as other veterans, never mentioned the war. Thank you for any help. PS. |I am sure you would remember Gene, he was quite a character.

Keywords: Horace Eugene Perry 40th infantry 160 unit


Entry: 71591
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
ANYONE REMEMBER AL (ALVIN) RICHTER?

PAUL RICHTER wrote on September 12, 2009


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: Dad was in Korea in the early 50s and wonders about the guys he was with. He has lots of pictures and remembers some folks vividly, although mostly by first name and, oddly enough, by where they came from.

I know time has caught up with many of you, but, if you're still kicking and you'd like to catch up or reminisce, let me know and I'll try to arrange a Ph. number swap or something.


Keywords: 160th Infantry, 40th Divison, 1st Battalion, Company B


Entry: 71553
160TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
LOOKING FOR SOME ONE WHO KNEW ME..

ROBERT (BOB) CHALFANT SR. wrote on September 8, 2009


City and State: TWIN FALLS ID

Unit: 160TH EASY CO

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

Comments: Would like to kmow if there is any one out there that served with E company 160th inf reg.1953-1954 if so i would like to here from you..

Bob Chalfant..


Keywords: Bob kumaw valley



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