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Infantry Regiment







Photo by Hal Barker. Copyright 1989.



This unit was attached to the 19th Infantry early in the War. The 29th Infantry Regiment had two Battalions inserted straight from Okinawa. The 5th RCT also played an important role in these composite units.


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    Entry: 88850
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    1952-1954 EASY COMPANY OKNAWA

    ARMANDO MASI wrote on May 8, 2014


    City and State: DOVER NJ

    Unit: EASY COMPANY 29TH RCT OKINAWA

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: Any one from 1952-1954 looking anyone for anyone from Easy Co. 1952-1954

    Keywords:


    Entry: 88258
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT

    LISA MOORE wrote on February 2, 2014


    City and State: BERNIE MO

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: OTHER

    Comments: I am looking for any information on the following information:

    Corporal George Raymond Reeves
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    D CO 1 BN
    24TH INFANTRY DIVISION
    ARMY

    All we know is he went missing while fighting in the Korean War. Another relative that was serving over there said he was told the George Raymond Reeves stepped on a landmine. Whether that's true or not we don't know therefore I'd like to find someone that might have any information they could provide to me. I'm hoping to find the truth and if possible to bring his remains back home. So if you have any information PLEASE get in touch with me. My contact information is below:

    Lisa Moore
    moorel2001@yahoo.com
    573-614-2038 or 573-293-4784

    Thank you

    Lisa


    Keywords:


    Entry: 88214
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    FRANK G. KOPP JR.

    MICHELLE KREEGER wrote on January 28, 2014


    City and State: PA

    Unit: 29TH INFANTRY

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: My grandfather, Frank G. Kopp Jr., served in the US Army 29th Infantry during Korea. He is looking to connect with any of his fellow service members. If you know him, please email me at michelle@jkreeger.com

    Keywords: Frank Kopp 29th Infantry Okinawa


    Entry: 87951
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    TAEJON MASSACRE

    T.E. MOORE wrote on December 22, 2013


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: OTHER

    Comments: These men of the 29th. Infantry Regiment (Pioneers) were executed, by North Korean soldiers at The Taejon Massacre, Sept. 1950; Pvt. George C. Evans, I Co., 3rd. Bn.,
    Shreveport, La Pvt. Lawrence J. Hartlieb, HQ CO., 3rd. Bn., Sandusky, Oh Pvt. Allen
    M. Roberson, B Co., 1st. Bn., Hornbeak, Tn Pvt. James P. Robertson, A Co., 1st. Bn.,
    Harviell, Mo Pvt. William G. Sewell, Jr. B Co., 1st. Bn., Spokane, Wa Pvt. Toney J.
    Sherard, B Co., 1st. Bn., Halfway, Or. God bless these brave men.


    Keywords: 29th. Infantry Regiment- Korean War- TAEJON MASSACRE


    Entry: 87950
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    TAEJON MASSACRE

    T.E. MOORE wrote on December 22, 2013


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: OTHER

    Comments: These men of the 29th. Infantry Regiment (Pioneers) were executed, by North Korean soldiers at The Taejon Massacre, Sept. 1950; Pvt. George C. Evans, I Co., 3rd. Bn.,
    Shreveport, La Pvt. Lawrence J. Hartlieb, HQ CO., 3rd. Bn., Sandusky, Oh Pvt. Allen
    M. Roberson, B Co., 1st. Bn., Hornbeak, Tn Pvt. James P. Robertson, A Co., 1st. Bn.,
    Harviell, Mo Pvt. William G. Sewell, Jr. B Co., 1st. Bn., Spokane, Wa Pvt. Toney J.
    Sherard, B Co., 1st. Bn., Halfway, Or. God bless these brave men.


    Keywords: 29th. Infantry Regiment- Korean War- TAEJON MASSACRE


    Entry: 87273
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    BATTLE OF THE NOTCH AUGUST 2, 1950

    LAMON DAY wrote on September 24, 2013


    City and State: CENTREVILLE AL

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: My father, SFC Lamon Day, was KIA during the Battle of the
    Notch, on August 2, 1950. He was with the 29th. Infantry
    Regiment C CO 1BN. If anyone has any information about my
    father's death, or about the battle itself, please email me.

    Thank you.


    Keywords: Pusan Perimeter - Southwest
    Town: Chinju
    Notch Area
    August 2, 1950



    Entry: 87093
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    REGINALD JAMES THOMAS PUGH

    KAZ ANGELIQUE DORWARD wrote on August 27, 2013


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: Looking for information on Reginald James Thomas PUGH.
    JNR Reginald Pugh of Willenhall, Staffs, Short Heath, England, AS
    Field Regt, Royal Artilley, 29th British Brigade.Gunner.
    in the RECOLLECTIONS of the KOREAN WAR 1950 -1953.
    Photo taken 11 Jan 1951.
    Reg Pugh with SPR Bill Elliot of Thuncroft Rothenham York,
    England, 55th Field Sqdn, Royal Engineers.

    Korean Conflict British troops huddle over a fire warming
    their food rations.

    Can anyone give me ANY information on Reggie PUGH, PLEASE?


    Keywords:


    Entry: 86882
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    BATTLE OF THE NOTCH AUG, 2, 1950

    LAMON DAY wrote on August 1, 2013


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments:

    Keywords: My father, SFC Lamon Marshall Day, was a member of the 29th.
    Regiment C CO. 1 BN. He was KIA during the battle. Anyone who
    knew him, or the circumstances surrounding the battle, please
    email me. Thanks for your help.



    Entry: 86864
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    ANYONE KNOWING OF JACK CONLEY

    JACQUELINE CONLEY wrote on July 28, 2013


    City and State: EL PASO TX

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments:

    Keywords: My husband, Cpl Jack Conley, was on Okinawa on June, 1950. Most
    of his unit was put on fishing boats and sent to Korea with the
    29th Inf. So many were lost in those first days that the men
    were mostly put into the 25th Infantry. He retired as an E-7 in
    1966 and died on March, 2010. He often spoke about the lack of
    clothing and equipment when the men first set foot on Korean
    soil. He went on to serve 3 tours in Korea. Perhaps this will
    help someone.



    Entry: 86507
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    DOES THE 29TH INF. REGT ASSOC STILL EXIST??

    ARTHUR BUCKLEY wrote on June 12, 2013


    City and State: CARSON CITY NV

    Unit: CO. B 29TH INF REGT & CO. K 35TH INF REGT

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: Looking for any of the troops who served with me from July 1950 until about
    April 1951. I am interested to find out if the 29th Inf. Regt assoc is still at Fort
    Benning. My last reunion with the group was in 2005 at Benning.


    Keywords: Served with Co. B 29th Inf Regt and Co. K 35th Inf Regt during the Korean War


    Entry: 84904
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    PHILIPPINO SCOUTS

    MIKE PTAK wrote on December 5, 2012


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: Does anyone remember the Philippino Scouts. My FIL
    was involved with them while in the 29th I believe in
    Okinawa. The combined operation was the 44th?


    Keywords: 29th, 44th


    Entry: 84896
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    29TH INF REG ATTACHED TO 24TH INF DIV

    RON TULLY wrote on December 4, 2012


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: OTHER

    Comments: In the early days of the Korean War, the 29th
    Infantry Regiment was attached to the 19th Infantry
    Regiment which was a unit of the 24th Infantry
    Division. Therefore, anyone searching for info on the
    29th Inf Regt, may want to google the 24th Infantry
    Division Association. At that website, click on Taro
    Leaf, their magazine. Run your querry there in their
    Looking For column. Also, browze thru their back
    issues of Taro Leaf to see if there were any feature
    stories on the 29th Infantry Regiment. God bless the
    men of the 29th Inf Reg., they were rushed in from
    Okinawa, promised some training before combat, but
    got none and were rushed into the gaps of the Pusan
    Perimeter, where they suffered tremendous casualties
    as the unrelenting North Koreans tried to drive the
    US Army off of the South Korean penisular. God bless
    the men of the 29th Infantry Regiment


    Keywords: 29th Inf Regt 24th Infantry Division Association


    Entry: 84140
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    LOOKING FOR AN ELMER CRISSEY OF PA.

    ARTHUR HAVENS wrote on September 11, 2012


    City and State: HOMER CITY PA

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: OTHER

    Comments: Looking to see if he would be listed with the POW's,
    for he was a Prisoner of war.


    Keywords: Sgt. Elmer Crissey of PA.


    Entry: 83710
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    WILLIAM MORGAN PETE HAWKINS

    KAY PRESTRIDGE wrote on July 23, 2012


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: OTHER

    Comments: I am looking for any information on William
    Morgan Pete Hawkins. He was killed on Sept 13 1950
    and is Burried in the Bethel United Methodist Cemetry
    in Ohatchee, Alabama. Any information would be
    greatly appreciated.


    Keywords:


    Entry: 83452
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    PHOTOS OF CSM FRANK C PLASS

    THOMAS SAGER wrote on June 25, 2012


    City and State: FT BENNING GA

    Unit: 197TH IN BDE

    Service or Relationship: OTHER

    Comments: I am looking for photos of CSM (R) Frank C. Plass if
    you ahve any please email them to me as we are doing
    a slide show for his 90th Birthday


    Keywords: Photos


    Entry: 82958
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    SFC LAMON MARSHALL DAY

    LAMON TURNER wrote on May 6, 2012


    City and State: CENTREVILLE AL

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments:

    Keywords: Seeking information on how my dad was kill on August
    2, 1950. He was a member of the 29th. Infantry
    Regiment 1 BN 24th. Infantry Division. Killed in
    action Pusan Perimeter - Southwest. Area: Chinju
    Notch Area.



    Entry: 81296
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    COMPANY ORBAT

    OTIS HATFIELD wrote on December 11, 2011


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: INTERESTED PERSON

    Comments: I am looking for a basic order of battle for a company (UN and or
    Korean). This is for a table top tactical simulation. This can be from
    any or all years. Please note me of a source, thank you. I can use as
    many as I can find.


    Keywords: company, orbat , order, of, battle, US forces


    Entry: 81132
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT UNIT INFORMATION KOREA

    BRUCE MATTHEWS wrote on November 23, 2011


    City and State: HARRISBURG PA

    Unit: 29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: Looking for any information someone can give me about
    the 29th infantry regiment 3rd battalion during the
    Korean War. My dad, James Matthews was in Okinawa in
    1949 and went to Korea in June/July 1950. Was in the
    battle at Hadong and then his unit was placed with
    other units since most of the men were KIA or WIA.
    I have no idea what company he was with but would like
    to find out any information about what battles he was
    in, awards received and what units he was with in
    Korea.

    Thanks for your help,

    Bruce Matthews

    coachbm1@aol.com


    Keywords: 29th Infantry Regiment


    Entry: 80911
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    PICTURES/STORIES WITH PVT WILLIAM T MAGEE

    SANDI MAGEE LORENSON wrote on November 5, 2011


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: He was a member of the 29th Infantry Regimental Combat
    Team. He was KIA while fighting the enemy in South Korea
    on September 1, 1950. The 29th was attached to the 19th
    Infantry Regiment.
    I'm looking to see if anyone has any photos with my Uncle
    in it, or any stories. He had no children and I'm to keep
    his memory alive. I would love to have a photo to put in
    the family history.
    Thank you so much in advance!


    Keywords: PVT WILLIAM T MAGEE
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT REASSIGNED
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    24TH INFANTRY DIVISION



    Entry: 80424
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    WILLIAM G. SCHOLZE

    HANNAH SCHOLZE wrote on September 20, 2011


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: I'm looking for anyone that knew Pvt. William G.
    Scholze. He was my Grandpa's brother and served with
    Co. F of the 29th Regiment. He was Killed In Action
    on July 27, 1950.


    Keywords: 29th Regiment, William G. Scholze


    Entry: 80398
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    WINDEL D. FRANKS

    KATHY THOMPSON wrote on September 16, 2011


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: just looking to see if anyone knew my dad. His name is
    Windel D. Franks from Alabama.He was discharged form
    the army in August 1952. I believe he was in Korea for
    2 years prior to that date.


    Keywords: Co "M" 29th Inf Regt


    Entry: 79099
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    OKINAWA 1949-50

    HARVEY TOBACK wrote on May 30, 2011


    City and State:

    Unit: SVC, CO. 29TH INF. REGT.

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments:

    Keywords: Service co. Okinawa 1949-50 @ Camp Nupunja.  


    Entry: 78384
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    29TH INF. REG/ OKINAWA 1949

    BRUCE MATTHEWS wrote on March 30, 2011


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: Trying to see if anyone knew my dad, Jim Matthews, or information about his company, which I am unsure of. Looking or any history or information about 29th inf. Reg.
    My dad was in Okinawa in 1949 then was sent to Korea in July 1950 with 29th Infantry Regiment 3rd Battalion. I am not sure what Company but would like to find out.
    I know he was in a battle that very few people lived through and he was thought to be missing until he showed up at a check point and had to be reasigned because there were not enough people to make up the 3rd battalion.
    Any information someone can tell me will help. My dad was very proud to serve but never talked about it.

    Thank you for your help and service and God Bless Korean Vets!


    Keywords: Jim Matthews, 29th Inf. Reg/ Korea 1950


    Entry: 77935
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    PFC. KENNETH A. OSHINSKI. KIA JUL 31, 1950

    AMANDA SINK wrote on February 20, 2011


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: I am the Great-Granddaughter of PFC. Kenneth A. Oshinski. I am looking for anyone who may have known or has any information about my Great-Grandfather. The family has never shared information of any kind and I have been searching for information for years. Thank you!

    Keywords: PFC. Kenneth A. Oshinsski. KIA South Korea, Jul 31, 1950. Home town, Bexar County, TX.


    Entry: 77931
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    CO F 29TH INF REGIMENT

    EDGAR PORCHE SR. wrote on February 20, 2011


    City and State:

    Unit: CO F 29TH INF REGIMENT

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: Looking for anyone that was on Okinawa during July 1951 to November 1952. Looking for Reunions and such.

    Keywords: Nickname, "AMOR"


    Entry: 77040
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    BATTLE OF HADONG M CO

    DALE KUTZ wrote on December 4, 2010

    Email Update Needed

    City and State: ALLENTOWN PA

    Unit: CO M 29TH INF REGT

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: My Son recently made me aware of your project and I looked it over. I was at Hadong and was wounded there. I wastaken to a field hospital around July 27th or 28th and was evacuated to the 155 Station Hospital in Yokahama, Japan. After that I returned to Korea and joined Co. M 27th Infanry Reriment until my tour was complete. I noted that my name did not apear on the casualty list for Hadong. I lost many friends there, and to me its just like it happened yesterday.

    Keywords: Battle Of Hadong


    Entry: 76882
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    JACK DWAYNE AND RICHARD LEON CONRAD

    JAMES JACKSON JR. wrote on November 21, 2010

    Email Update Needed

    City and State: COLUMBUS IN

    Unit: INDIANA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD RETIRED

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: Courts of the Missing Memorials:
    Sir, My daughter in laws mother was asking if I could help her on locating her 2
    brothers remains. They were listed on the Courts of the Missing #4 Wall.They
    were in Headquarters Company 1st BN 29th Infantry Regimental Combat Team. I saw
    you were with the 29th Infantry just wondering if you happened to know them,
    they died on July 31st 1950. There names were Jack Dwayne Conrad and Richard Leon Conrad and they were supposed to have died in Chinju Area. If anyone knew them or anything about them it would be greatly appreciated.

    Just wondering and THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE James Jackson SFC USARNG Retired


    Keywords: Indiana Army National Guard SFC retired ISU Camp Atterbury. US Navy RM2 USS Maloy 1959-1963.


    Entry: 76463
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    29TH INF. REG./OKINAWA 1950

    CARL STOUT wrote on October 19, 2010

    Deceased

    City and State: ROCKPORT TX

    Unit: SERVICE COMPANY 29TH INF. REG

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: I would like to hear from anyone who was with me in Service Co. 29th Inf.Reg. Okinawa before Korea 1950

    Keywords: Service Company 29th Inf. Reg. Okinawa


    Entry: 76354
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    MORNING REPORT FROM JULY 1ST TO 7TH

    CARL STOUT wrote on October 6, 2010

    Deceased

    City and State: ROCKPORT TX

    Unit: 29TH INF.REG. SERVICE CO.

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: I am looking for all who went to Korea from the Service Co. in 1950.

    Keywords:


    Entry: 75421
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    KOREAN VETS: PLEASE HELP!

    SHERRI STEWARD wrote on July 10, 2010


    City and State: NORTHLAKE TX

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: OTHER

    Comments: I am trying to find information about the 29th Inf Reg in Korea from July to September, 1950. My Uncle Davy was KIA on Sept. 21, 1950. He definitely deployed form Okinawa, as I have his letters and his Individual Deceased Personnel File. This report says he was operating with the 8th Cav Reg on the day he was killed and I've always been told he was attached to the 1st Cav Div. Is that possible? How could he be with the 8th Cav Reg. if he was in the 29th Inf Reg. I am planning to visit the site, near Kumhwa Dong, Korea where he was KIA on the 60th anniversary of his death, Sept. 21. Please Help me if you know of anyone during that time in L-Co; 2nd Rifle Platoon.
    God Bless all Korean Vets,
    A soldier's daughter.


    Keywords: 29th Inf Reg: L-Co


    Entry: 75128
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    METALS AWARDED TO MY FATHER OR ANY INFO.

    EUGENIA T. SCROGGINS wrote on June 18, 2010


    City and State: HAGERSTOWN MD

    Unit: I DON'T KNOW

    Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

    Comments: Iam his daughter looking for some back ground on my father can you please help me.Thank you god bless you and all you do.

    Keywords: husky was his nickname or just charlie


    Entry: 74924
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    LOOKING FOR FRANK P CAIN

    JERRY WETLE wrote on June 2, 2010


    City and State: GRANBURY TX

    Unit: 724TH TRANSPORTATION BN RAILWAY OPERATINGING

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: I am looking for any information regards Pvt Frank P Cain. My boy hood chum. He was in the 29th Inf regiment and Killed in Action on July 27, 1950 near Hadong, South Korea. I would like to know his company, and if his remains were ever recoverd

    Keywords: Nignt Passenger train


    Entry: 74915
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    LOOKING FOR ANY ONE THAT MAY HAVE KNOWN MY GRANDAD

    RICK BERKMAN wrote on May 31, 2010

    Email Update Needed

    City and State: PHOENIX AZ

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO MAY HAVE KNOWN MY LATE GRANDAD DONALD LEON POWELL FROM WATERTOWN NEW YORK,I WAS TOLD HE MAY HAVE BEEN ALSO ATTACHED TO THE 24TH INF.RCT IN OKINAWA,BUT IM NOT SURE.ANYONE WITH INFO PLEASE E MAIL ME. THANK YOU

    Keywords: CO E 29TH INF REG. KOREA JULY 1950


    Entry: 74486
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    KOREN VET DOB 3-27-32 AGE 78

    JAMES SCROGGINS SR. wrote on April 25, 2010


    City and State: KISSIMMEE FL

    Unit: 29INF OKINAWA 35 INF KOREA 50

    Service or Relationship: INTERESTED PERSON

    Comments: I WAS IN OKINAWA IN 1949 WENT TO KOREA IN JULY 1950 CAME
    BACK TO USA DEC 1951 RETIRD 1968.


    Keywords: PUSON JULY 1950


    Entry: 74376
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    UNIT PATCH DURING KOREAN WAR

    KENT KETTER wrote on April 16, 2010


    City and State: SPRINGFIELD IL

    Unit: ILLINOIS ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

    Service or Relationship: FRIEND OF VETERAN

    Comments: I am looking for the unit patch that would have been worn by the 29th Infantry Regiment during Korean War. Does anyone have a picture or drawing of the patch. The veteran was part of the unit and said the patch consisted of a castle like design, I am thinking the design of the castle gates, such as Shuri castle. Any info would be great.

    Keywords: unit patch, 29th Infantry Regiment, Okinawa


    Entry: 73815
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    LOOKING FOR STANWOOD STUFFLEBEAM

    KATHLEEN OPHEIM wrote on March 5, 2010


    City and State: KASILOF AK

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: I am looking for information on my uncle, PFC Stanwood Stufflebeam, 29th Infantry, who was missing in action on 27 July 1950. He was awarded the Purple Heart. Does anyone know if his remains were ever found and repatriated? Does anyone know how I can find out about this? His parents and only sister are now deceased, but I am still looking for him.

    Keywords: Stanwood Stufflebeam, 29th Infantry


    Entry: 73765
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    LAMPLIGHTERS

    MIKE PTAK wrote on March 1, 2010


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: Has anyone heard of the 29th being refered to as the Lamplighters. Asthey were to lead the way.

    Keywords: Okinawa, Lamplighters


    Entry: 73448
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    29TH RCT/19TH INF

    BILL ARNOLD wrote on February 6, 2010


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: Trying to find out what happened to Billy A. Arnold,
    29th Inf Regt, 24th RCT and attached to 19th Inf. KIA on 2 Aug 1950 in the Chinju Area, RA15258912. This is
    all I know at present. If anyone has any orders, pictures or information on my cousin I would be deeply
    grateful.

    Regards,
    Bill Arnold
    Fayetteville, NC


    Keywords: 29th Inf Regt. 29th RCT. 19th Inf Chinju Area


    Entry: 72942
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    WALTER D CLINE,RUSTY

    IRWIN CLINE wrote on December 30, 2009


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: OTHER

    Comments:

    Keywords:


    Entry: 72790
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    29TH RCT JULY 1950 KOREA

    MARTY MARTINEZ wrote on December 15, 2009


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: OTHER

    Comments: Looking for anyone who knew Jose Hernandez from Sacramento, California. Jose (my cousin)was a Pvt at the time he got killed on 27 July 1950 in or around Hadong. I am especally intrested to what Regiment, Company, and platoon he may have been assigned to; to include any information the day he died.
    My understanding is that he was attached (not assigned) to the 19th Inf. Reg... and that his MOS was 4745... Being an Infantry man during the Vietnam War, I am not familiar with the MOS, can someone elighten me on MOS 4745... Could this be an old Infantry MOS, since Jose was awarded a CIB???


    Keywords: Pvt Jose Hernandez from Sacramento, California


    Entry: 72745
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    29TH INF. OKINAWA TO KOREA

    DEBORAH LACK wrote on December 12, 2009

    Email Update Needed

    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments:

    Keywords: c
    contact my father Bennie lack, California, if you were in Okinawa June 1950, shipped to Korea on Japanese ship Taksaki Maroo. You can call him at home
    Phone #559-686-5746



    Entry: 71878
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    LOOKING FOR INFO ON MY FATHER DURING HIS TIME IN SERVICE

    SHEILA O'BRIEN wrote on October 7, 2009


    City and State: NEDERLAND TX

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments:

    Keywords: I know my father was stationed in Okinawa from sometime in 1950-1952. Some paperwork indicates 3rd Army ERC Artillery. He was Basil Richburg. Im putting together an album in his memory. I am in process of obtaining info through military archives. Any info or search tips would be apprciated! Thank you!


    Entry: 71744
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    1ST BATTALION, CO.D 29TH INFANTRY RCT

    DFEBORAH LACK wrote on September 24, 2009

    Email Update Needed

    City and State: TULARE CA

    Unit: 29TH INFANTRY

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: Posting for my Father Bennie Lack, Tulare California
    went to Korea in June 1950 .He is seeking information from anyone who might have b een the same places he was. 1st Battalion Co. D 29th Infantry RCT.
    Contracted Malaria in June/July of 1951, sent to Tokoyo General. Discharged in 1952.


    Keywords: troop ship from Okinawa Taksaki Muroo!!!
    Jun 1950



    Entry: 71342
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    CAMP NUPUNJA 1949

    HARVEY TOBACK wrote on August 19, 2009


    City and State: WESTON FL

    Unit: SVC. CO. 29TH. INF. RCT

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: Would like to hear from people I served with

    Keywords:


    Entry: 70808
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    HUBERT HARMAN 29 INFANTRY REGIMENT KIA/POW

    BRENDA HORTON wrote on July 5, 2009


    City and State: SOPHIA WV

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: We received a call hoping my uncle would be coming home. The few people in my family who are able to give the DNA needed to make this possible will not give it... For what possible reason would they refuse? Now my Uncle Hubert Harman is never going to come home...If other people out there are in the same shape I'm deeply sorry. There should be a Law...

    Keywords: niece,


    Entry: 70765
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    PRIOR TO WAR

    ALBERT ROSE wrote on July 1, 2009


    City and State: SPRING HILL FL

    Unit: HQTRS CO. 29TH INF. REG.

    Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN

    Comments: ALWAYS WONDERED WHAT HAPPENED TO THE MEN OF THE 29TH AS I WAS ACTIVE RESERVES DID MEET SOME KOREA VETERANS
    WHO WERE FROM THE 29TH AFTER A LONG SEARCH GOOGLE FINNALLY GOT ME TO THISA POINT


    Keywords: LEFT OKINAWA APRIL 1950 DISCHARGED MAY 1950 OAKLAND CALIFORNIA


    Entry: 69497
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    LESLIE CHASE

    K.C. GINN wrote on March 15, 2009


    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: Looking for any info. as to the battle near Ha Dong and capture of my uncle PVT John Leslie "Les" Chase.

    Keywords: J L Chase, 20th Infantry Regiment Combat Team, Killed by Guard at POW Camp 5 Sep 1950


    Entry: 68665
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    2ND BATTALION

    RICK SMITH wrote on January 13, 2009

    Email Update Needed

    City and State:

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN

    Comments: I would like to know if the 2nd battalion stayed in Okinawa after the 1st and 3rd battalions were sent to Korea.

    Thanks for your time and any info.


    Keywords:


    Entry: 68656
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    1ST LT. ALFRED K. MCILQUHAM

    JEFFREY MCILQUHAM wrote on January 12, 2009


    City and State: BOUTILIER POINT ON

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: INTERESTED PERSON

    Comments: I wish to make a donation to Remember the Sacrifice of 1st. Lt. Alfred K. McIlquham to Preserve the Freedom of South Korea. To maintain Their final resting place and Honour their Memory.

    May God Grant them Eternal Peace,

    Jeffrey McIlquham


    Keywords:


    Entry: 68586
    29TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
    SUKIRAN, OKINAWA AUG 1952 - JAN 1954

    ELLEN BROWN wrote on January 8, 2009

    Email Update Needed

    City and State: SEALY TX

    Unit:

    Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

    Comments: My father (and family) was stationed in Okinawa in 1952-1954 after he fought in Korea (1952, 1st battalion, 14th Inf. Red 6)

    His name was Col. Richard East.
    *Hq Commander 3rd Battalion, 29th Inf RYCOM Sukiran.

    He was also stationed
    *Ft. McPherson, Georgia, Feb. 1954-May 1959
    *Post Commander Baumholder, Germany May 1959-Mar 1962
    *Dep. Chief of Staff, Ft. Polk, Louisiana, Apr. 1962-Dec 1967.

    He passed away in 1983, but I would love to talk with anyone that knew or remembered him. I love to hear stories!!


    Keywords: Red 6, Korea, Sukiran, Okinawa, RYCOM, 14th Inf, 29th Inf, Baumholder, Germany, Ft. McPherson, Georgia, Ft.Polk, Louisiana, Col Richard East.




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