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Korean DMZ 1970 to 1979


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Entry: 28236
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
ACO 122 SIG BN 75-76

DALE MCNEIL wrote on September 13, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I would like to hear from anyone who served in Alpha 122 Signal during 74-76. It was bad times and good times. I remember you all. Send me an email.

Keywords: A Co 122 Sig Bn Camp Casey 1975-76.


Entry: 28222
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
A SALUTE TO THE 44TH EBC

ROBERT GYLLING wrote on September 12, 2002


City and State: TUCSON AZ

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I was very proud to have served with the 44th EBC.I did some fast growing up and made some life long friends. We worked 12 hour days 6 and 7 days a week. We played just as hard. God I loved it. I was wondering if there is a way to obtain a jacket or tee shirt to continue to show my pride of this unit. Presently working for the 355th civil engineer squadron at Davis Monthan AFB Tucson, AZ. As a civ. employee.

Keywords: Bob,Broken heart, LTC. Fry, 1971-1972,Brovo Company, Earth moving platoon, Masan,


Entry: 28208
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
RECON 1/31 74-75 AND RECON 2/9 76-77

HERSHEL STOWELL wrote on September 12, 2002


City and State: DENVER CO

Unit: RECON 1/31 AND RECON 2/9

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I served with Recon platoon CSC 1/31st INF (Bearcats) from July 74 until Aug 75 at Camp Greaves. I was reassigned back to Korea and right back to Camp Greaves with Recon CSC 2/9th INF (Manchus) from Jan 76 until Feb 77 and took part in Operation Paul Bunyon with the rest of the Battalion. I saw a couple names I recognized on the board. Seems that the units I was assigned to can't stay away from Camp Greaves. After leaving in 77 I was assigned to B Co 1/506th INF, 101st ABN (AASLT) at Ft Campbell, Ky. They are now the unit currently stationed at Camp Greaves after becoming part of 2nd ID. Take care all.

Keywords:


Entry: 28172
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
D CO - 802ND ENGR BN (CBT HVY)

RON CARPENTER wrote on September 10, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Company Commander, Delta Company 1979-1980, Camp Carroll, ROK.

Keywords:


Entry: 28157
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
CSC 1/38TH INFANTRY 2ND INF. DIV. 76-77

ROBERT G. (BOBBY) GARNER SR. wrote on September 9, 2002


City and State: BEREA KY

Unit: CSC 1/38TH INFANTRY 2ND INF. DIV.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I attended my 2nd Infantry Division Association Reunion over the Labor day week-end[last day]. Enjoyed it somewhat but it seems to me thatif you weren't in the KOREAN WAR we were like red headed step childs. I served from May 1976 to May 1977 and was a participant in Operation Paul Bunyan. I saw nothing there that even closely mentioned the Pueblo Incident in 1968, Operation Paul Bunyan, or any other event that I may not be aware of. No t- shirts coffeecups-notta. I have the utmost respect for ANY combat veteran and I know that Korea right now[2002]is a very dangerous duty post. Per President Bush's speech on the D.M.Z.

Keywords: Sam Miceli, Mayton, Tn.; Del pappa, Michael Johnson, Harvey Jones, Texas and others in the fog.


Entry: 28140
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
BRAVO COMPANY, 1-32 INFANTRY

STAN SHURMANTINE wrote on September 9, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Looking for anyone who served with 2/9th Infantry Battalion during July 75 thru April 76, or 1/32nd Infantry Battalion during April 76 thru January 77.

Thanks


Keywords:


Entry: 28129
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
4TH. SQUADRON, 7TH CAVALRY - ROBERT LEARY

ROBERT LEARY wrote on September 8, 2002


City and State: GLENDALE HEIGHTS IL

Unit: 4TH. SQUADRON, 7TH CAVALRY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Would just like to say that I was a draftee, and was assigned to the 7th cav. in korea from 1973 to 1974. I still feel that it was an honor to serve in this unit.

Keywords: camp gary owen, korea


Entry: 28119
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
COMPANY BOOK 8214AU

RODOLFO (RUDY) MONCADA JR. wrote on September 8, 2002


City and State:

Unit: 2D MP CO, 2D INF DIV, CAMP CASEY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: i am trying to get in touch with anyone who can help me or privide me an address of who to contact about trying to obtain a company book. if any of the above receive this message, get a hold of me.

Keywords: 2nd MP Co, 2nd Inf Div, Camp Casey, Korea Sept 76-Sept 77. Friends: Jack Johnston, James Rocco Cozzie, Andrew Giglio, Charles Eberhart, Michael Leary.


Entry: 27689
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
122 SIGNAL BN. (74-75)

MICHAEL DAYBERRY wrote on August 18, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I served 3 tours in Korea, (74-75 122 Signal Bn at Casey, 77-78 51st Signal Bn at CRC and 88-89 60th Tarns at Humphries. Retired from the Army in 92. Back working in Korea as a Govt. Contractor. Would love to hear from old friends.

Keywords:


Entry: 27642
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
A, CO, 802ND ENGINEER BN. (CONST) 1972-1974

RICHARD G. ANDERSON wrote on August 17, 2002


City and State: TERLTON OK

Unit: CO. A, 802ND ENGINEER BN. (CONST)

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Was with A, Company 802nd EBC at Camp Humphries from April 1972 through August 1974. Drove 10 Ton tractor-trailer and was the section sergeant of same my last 6 months. The best and most memorable times of my life was in Korea. Now I hear the unit has been deactivated. Say it isn't so Bunky. Wish I could go back. Would love to hear from anyone who was there then and would like to hear about the changes all the way up until it was retired in 1999.

Keywords: Nickname: Andy, Little Andy, Sgt. Andy


Entry: 27521
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
CAMP STANLEY/CAMP IRWIN 1970-71

ROGER WILLIAMS wrote on August 11, 2002


City and State: WV

Unit: 2ND MEDICAL BT

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I was stationed in Korea 10/70 to 11/71. An American soldier hung himself and we had to cut him down from the tree. Am looking for info on how to find out his name, the incident, would like to hear from any of my buddies that served with me during that time. Was discharged from Fort Bragg, NC, 4/72 by Lt. Arthur Jones, CO.

Keywords: Personal Friends: SP4 Dennis Scmick, Sgt Joe Carver, SP4 John Sanchez, SP4 Glen Hill - these are all of the names I can remember; Camp Stanley, Pobwoni, 2nd med bt.


Entry: 27447
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
BCO 2ND AVIATION

BARRY DRAPER wrote on August 7, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I served as General Brady's door gunner during Operation Paul Bunyon. We took rounds through the tail rotor drive shaft and the gun mount I was sitting behind. I am looking for anyone from my former unit. I would also like to know more about reunions, the certificate that General Brady gave his crew chief to give to me (how cheap)and the pieces of the tree that everyone else seems to be aware of. The certificates were being sold to everybody in the village when we came back into garrison. Any info would be appreciated.

Keywords:


Entry: 27358
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
6/80TH 7TH INF DIV AND 6/37TH 2ND INF DIV

RANDY EADS wrote on August 4, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I was first assigned to 6/37th Arty 7th id , Pob-won-ni, jul70. The battalion was on FTX when I first got to Camp Knox and that first nite two infiltrators got killed in our motor pool while attaching c-4 to the sight mount of a 155 that got left behind. The ROK took care of the situation, but this first nite certainly told me that I was in for an exciting year!

After the the Seventh was deactivated I was reassigned to 6/37th 2nd id, ui-jon-bu Camp Essayons. That was feb71.

Love to hear from others.


Keywords: 6/37th 2id 6/80th 7th id


Entry: 27337
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
REMEMBERING ED KIEZANOWSKI

RICK KIESZNOWSKI wrote on August 3, 2002


City and State: AUBUNRDALE FL

Unit: B-7-2 1971

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: This is a great web site. I found my Uncle Ed here and some of his friends. He was one of the first fatalities of the Korean war. I'd like to invite all to my site of pictures I took while in Korea in 1971. Korea Photos
Thanks.


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Entry: 27155
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
1971 - B BTRY 7TH BTN.(HAWK) 2ND ADA

RICK KIESZNOWSKI wrote on July 26, 2002


City and State: FL

Unit: B BTRY 7TH BTN.(HAWK) 2ND ADA

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Korea Photos

I was in Korea in 1971 stationed with a Hawk missile battery. I found this site while looking for information on my uncle Edmund Kiezanowski. He was killed in action on June 30, 1950. He was with the 71st signal corp. I have been in contact with a couple of good men from his unit and would like to hear more. Even more proud to be American when you read the stories.


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Entry: 26202
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
71,72,73 CAMP CARROL

ROD DRUMMOND wrote on June 11, 2002


City and State: JASPER AL

Unit: 44TH ENG BATTALION

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Looking For my frinds from the Broken Heart Battlion.

Keywords: Dongnaugy, Camp Carrol, Tague, Tajon, Company D 44th Engr. Battalion


Entry: 26135
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
STILL LOOKING FOR OLD BUDDYS

DAVID KENDALL SR. wrote on June 9, 2002


City and State: ASHLAND OH

Unit: 2/9TH.INF CSC.2ND.INF.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: we were all shiped back too ks. ft. riley.

Keywords: dave, 1st.32inf / csc2/9th inf. 1977-78. carter keep us there extra six weeks.


Entry: 26114
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
TRYING TO LOCATE FRIENDS, PATCHES

JOSEPH HATTON wrote on June 8, 2002


City and State: LAKEWOOD CO

Unit: CSC 1ST BATTALION, 32ND INFANTRY REGIMENT, 2ND INF

Service or Relationship: .........

Comments: Looking for "old buddies" that served with RedEye Platoon, Combat Support Company (CSC), 1/32 Infantry at Camp Casey between 1974 and September 1975. Also looking for ANYONE that could find me an "Imjim Scout Badge" (patch and/or badge) and possibly the RedEye patch we designed. I lost EVERYTHING in a fire back in 1981 and am trying to put together some of my "history" for my sons. Would appreciate hearing from anyone that was there at the time, and those that may be able to locate the above mentioned patches/badges.

Keywords: RedEye Platoon, 1/32 Infantry at Camp Casey


Entry: 26069
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
1969/1970

DAVID DENNIS wrote on June 6, 2002


City and State:

Unit: AGENT ORANGE, TOO MUCH TO REMEMBER

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: can't remember, what unit 24th, infantary dmz
imjuin ,,help me please


Keywords: cambell
william



Entry: 25789
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
BEARCATS - '75 AND '76

SANFORD BEYER wrote on May 27, 2002


City and State: MIDLOTHIAN VA

Unit: A CO , 1ST BN (M) 31ST INF

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Co. Commander - John Wilson

Keywords:


Entry: 25613
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
USASA SAD III

JIM ROBINSON wrote on May 20, 2002


City and State: MD

Unit: USASA SAD III

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Looking up those who served with SAD III in PyongTaek 1971 - 1975 or 76. Please contact by email.

Keywords: USASA, USASA SAD III, USASAFS-K, Camp Humphreys, PyongTaek


Entry: 25509
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
2D MP CO CP. CASEY 79-80

RICHARD (RICH) WESTON wrote on May 16, 2002


City and State:

Unit: 2D MP CO., 1ST PLATOON CP. CASEY

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: My year there was an amazing experience. Only went North of Imjin a few times to escort payroll to Greaves and Liberty Bell. Looked like the end of the earth. Had a funny incident in 1980, I was pulling MP duty at the "S and T gate" which was at the entrance to the 2d S and T batallion compound. There was a little taxi stand there where this retarded homeless Korean kid used to sleep, we called him Maxwell. He'd shine shoes for money, and bum cigarettes. I felt sorry for him. So this one morning he's standing there joking around with me and the KATUSA on duty. Down the street comes MG Kingston, the division CG at that point, known as "Barbwire Bob" for his prickly nature. We COme to attention and salute as he drives by, and I see him and his driver staring in disbelief at Maxwell, who is standing next to me. I peek down quickly and he had dropped trou and was saluting Gen. Kngston with his dick and he's giggling. The jeep stops, and Kingston turns around, points at me and says, "You catch that little shit. And don't come back until you do" SO Maxwell takes off running down the street towards the ville, knowing he's in deep shit, like a greyhound, with me running after him. After chasing him up and down alleys, along the "VD River" banks, through a couple of restaurants, a schoolyard and a bank, I finally tackled him on the 2d floor of the Arirang restaurant on the MSR across from the main gate to Cp. Casey. I drag him back to the PMO, gave him a couple of slaps along the way form making me run after him for over an hour. The desk crew was laughing pretty hard about it and we turned him over to the KNP's that had a liason office in the PMO. They wrapped this kid in an amry blanket and made him spin around while they beat the crapm out of him with poolsticks. He was in there screaming and crying, and I felt bad again, forgetting about all the trouble he'd caused me. The KNP's gave him back to us, and the desk sgt. gave him to one of the MP patrols and told them to drive him to the DMZ and dump him there. Off they go with crying Maxwell. They get up north of the Imjin, near Freedom bridge I guess, and had to drag him kicking and screaming out of the jeep and threw him into a rice paddy. Mine fields all around I heard. They drove away with him yelling and crying but too scard to move, and sundown is coming, not a good place to be at night! My buddy told me later that the drive back took about an hour and they were feeling guilty about what they'd done to this poor homeless retarded kid, leaving him up there where he'll probably get shot. But, as they are turning off the MSR to go through the main gate of Cp. Casey, there he is, waiting for them, with a big grin on this gap-toothed face! He beat them bac, and as they drove past him, he was giving them the finger, laughing and shouting "fuck you Fuck You FUCK YOU!" God that was funny. Got a lot of them.

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Entry: 25234
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
A BTRY 1/44 ADA

KENT ADAMS wrote on May 4, 2002


City and State: LAGRANGE OH

Unit: A BTRY 1/44 ADA

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I served with the craziest bunch of people ever to grace this earth.IS ANYBODY STILL ALIVE???

Keywords: 1978-1979


Entry: 24775
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
H.Q. CO 1ST BTN 9TH INF. 2DIV 69-71

JACK WALKER wrote on April 16, 2002


City and State: KELLYTON AL

Unit: HD CO 1ST BAT 9TH INF 2DIV RECON

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Where is William A Sanford korea 1969-1971

Keywords:


Entry: 24654
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
CAMP HUMPHRIES 79-80

JIM BAKER wrote on April 10, 2002


City and State:

Unit: 201ST AVN. CO. (ASSAULT HELICOPTER)

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Greetings fellow vets...
It would be great to hear from any other vets who served with 201st "Red Barons" at Humphries or Walker in 79-80. I served as a crew-chief / gunner (Slicks) with 1st Flight Platoon. Seems like we were always in the air. We flew lots of new-pilot check-rides up along the buffer-zone. Anyone remember flying through the smoke at the crematory up by the Haun River? Great way to gross-out a newby pilot. Heheheh. How about the "Cookie Monster" at Mangil-son? That guy was a hoot! - I'll always remember and appreciate that crew's hospitality. Also was there when Park Chung Hee's KCIA man capped him and put the whole country into a panic. I thought for sure the balloon was going up.
Would love to hear from Tom Mitchell, John Lewellen, Bob Rouse, CWO Terry Jones, CWO Reese, Capt Keihardt.
Take Care, all.
(Sgt) Jim Baker
"You Call, We Haul"


Keywords: Humphries, 201st, Huey, An Chongni, Red Barons,


Entry: 24599
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
LEAST WE BE FORGOTTEN

MARK HEATHCO wrote on April 8, 2002


City and State:

Unit: NA

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Have to say hello to all that have gone before me,Hang Tough, Keep up the Fire, Infront of them All, and Stands Alone, 2ND to NONE, Steel Rain, Death By Wire.

I am proud of each and everyone of you that served in the DMZ I too have trod the ground and left my footprints in the mud of the rice patties and rice dikes along the MDL or at the dolphins head, or along the lake in infiltration alley, or in front of Taesong-dong watching the Pagoda all night long in a ambush, or crawling out to the punch bowl,or humping up hill 56 or tripping in the brush or fighting off the mosquitoes is just like fighting off the cold, and I can say after you humped up to GP Ouellette or calluard it was quite relaxing as you waited for the night to come so you could move out again on your night ambush! or standing on top of GP Ouellette and looking at north korean GP 221 or 222A or 222, yah you not supose to do that kind of stuff, but who cared, or watching the fence line lights flash as you moved from ambush to ambush or hearing a mine blow up in one of the many mine fields or coming up from under the bridge of no return at 0430am moving toward CP3 we can all say we have been there and done that.

I just hope there are people out there, that realize that we put our lives on the line every time we patroled the DMZ.

Seems that what we did is lost in the red tape of the military, this is a cool web site because of all the cool people that are on it, you people like me have done something that alot of people will never do in there life, and I got the awards and so do you, but It's like no one cares, we trained hard and we partied hard and we live at a place called Warroir base ,(tent city)and when we got a pass we cross over freedom bridge, went to the vill, did are thing and came back and did it all over again.

Now today there are no people in 2ID that patrol the dmz, they gave the sector back to the ROK in 93 and they don't even man the south barrier fence GP128 is no more along with GP127,126,124,125 it's all done by 1st ROK div. so when you see pictures of us soldiers saying they are patroling the DMZ,mybe the south barrier fence line but not the us sector of the dmz, the only ones patroling in the us sector is the JSA. I worked at 3RD BDE from 87 to 91 and there wasn't a day when a unidentified person or persons was in the dmz, or something was going on and our DMZ BN was there. Now days 2ID soldiers take a tour of panmunjom and that's there DMZ, they have no idea what korea is all about.

Well enough of that, can you tell I been in the (Z) alot I got lot's of imformation about the DMZ, pictures, video tape, current map of the sector showing it all(everything)after all I didn't work at 3rd BDE TOC for nothing, I can tell you this much everything that happened in or near the us sector I knew about it from past events that happened to current events, everything came through us and we keep every thing on file to include well everything, best job I ever had, well we,us,you guys and me can forever say (we stand alone) see ya.



Keywords: Unit's/ Eco 38th tow company /CSC 1/31st (M)INF. tow platoon / 1/17th (M)INF. Bco tow platoon camp casey BUFFALO's / CSC 1/38th INF.BN tow platoon camp Hovey Rock Of The Marne / 3RD BDE Tactical Operation Center FROM 1978 to 1992


Entry: 24594
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
STEEL!

ALEX (HARRY) HARRIS wrote on April 7, 2002


City and State: TUSKEGEE AL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Lookin For freind,s from Cp Stanley 79/80 Any body remember Nov. 79 When Pak Chun Hi Got assasanated?Hell of an alert! Def Con 3 Every body loaded up and headed for 4Papa1. MEMORIES OF MUNSANI AND YANJIGO HA! OUT HERE!

Keywords: HHB1/38F.A. STEEL BEHIND THE ROCK! HARRY and Woodham


Entry: 24360
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
271ST AVIATION COMPANY CAMP HUMPHREY 1979 1980

KEVIN HOWARD wrote on March 29, 2002


City and State:

Unit: 271ST AVIATION COMPANY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: looking for old friends

Keywords:


Entry: 24237
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
STEEL BEHIND THE ROCK! -79-80

ALEX (HARRY) HARRIS wrote on March 25, 2002


City and State: TUSKEGEE AL

Unit: HHB 1/38 F.A. CP. STANLEY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: What,s going on people? So glad to see this site . Me and o,l Woodham have been hunting buddies for years, If you were there in 79/80 let me hear from you.O,h yea EVERYBODY go to kdva site it,s for us and the recognition we deserve SUPPORT it , They ow it too all DMZ VET,s I remember The South Korean Pres. Got Assasanated in 79 ( PRES. PAK CHAN HI ) Anybody remember OUT HERE! HARRIS

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Entry: 24230
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
FEMALES CAMP RED CLOUD 75-75

MARQUITA ELLIE (PHARRIS) wrote on March 25, 2002


City and State: ELIZABETHTOWN KY

Unit: 51ST SIGNAL

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Hi everyone. I am searching for anyone that was stationed at Camp Red Cloud during 74-75. I am also searching for info on some of the commonly known Korean shop keepers in the ville. It was a memorable year in my youth and would love to swap stories.

Keywords:


Entry: 24205
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
C.S.C.

DAVID KENDALL SR. wrote on March 24, 2002


City and State:

Unit: C.S.C. 2ND.9THREG.2DIV.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments:

Keywords:


Entry: 24023
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
DELTA TROOP 4/7

BRUCE BENNETT wrote on March 17, 2002


City and State: RICHMOND VT

Unit: DELTA TROOP 4/7 CAV 2ND INF.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I was at Delta troop 4/7 in 1975-76

Keywords:


Entry: 23995
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
LOOKING FOR OLD BUDDY MIKE FOX FROM UTAH

CHRISTIAN VAN DER VELDE wrote on March 16, 2002


City and State: EL PASO TX

Unit: 2ND ENGR B.COMPANY D.M.Z.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: i,am trying to locate one mike fox that severd in korea 1973 to 1974 with sgt blalock hotpatch korean war marine veteran i trully would like to see my old friend mike fox

Keywords:


Entry: 23933
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
1/38TH 2ID DMZ 69-70

LAWRENCE HILL wrote on March 14, 2002


City and State: NEW VINEYARD ME

Unit: 1/38TH 2ID C CO. CAMP DODGE

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Looking for anyone who was there during may '69 - may '70 would also like to hear from "hutto" and "bowen"

Keywords: gp 100, camp dodge, freedom bridge, 1969, 1970


Entry: 23910
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
AUSTIN AND BOBBY GARNER 76-77

AUSTIN GARNER wrote on March 13, 2002


City and State: BIG HILL KY

Unit: ASMARA, ETHIOPIA[CLASSIFIED]

Service or Relationship: NAVY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: KRYPTO OPERATOR, enjoyed Ethiopia , especially in my rear view mirror as I left it.Sea duty as a single young man was the best. All the Foreign ports and all. Went to Gitmo, but it didn't have no terrorist's ,then. Off Lebanon in 68 and up to beach w/ marines on L.S.T..

Keywords: linking-up w/buds from Asmara 1966-68.Deep water sailor for rest of time . Lil brother served in Korea, 1976-77 in an infantry unit. God Bless America. Jr. Garner , U.SS.Rankin


Entry: 23717
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
CSC 1BN 9TH INF 2ND INF DIV(MANCHU)

CLINT POSTLETHWAITE wrote on March 5, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Served at Camp Greives, CSC 1-9th. Also 6 months on the IMJIM Bridge. Was there when the President of South Korea was killed and they sank a sail boat full of weapons off of soul.
Had a patrol from B Co. run into a mined area.


Alphabet. Manchu.


Keywords: CSC 1Bn 9TH INF 2 INF DIVISION


Entry: 23644
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
CAMP GREAVES 1977-78

DAVID KENDALL SR. wrote on March 3, 2002


City and State: ASHLAND OH

Unit: CSC 2/9TH.INF.2ND.INF. DIV.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: LOOKING FOR OLD FRIENDS 1977-78 FILLS LIKE A BIG EMPTY SPACE IN ME MAYBE SOME ONE OUT THAIR FILLS THE SAME. CAMP GREAVES 77-78. GOD BLESS THE U.S.A.

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Entry: 23458
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
BRAVO 1/38TH INF

TONY CHASE wrote on February 25, 2002


City and State:

Unit: BRAVO 1/38TH INF

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: In reading all the storys, it takes me back to
My time as a troop.I was stationed at camp hovey
with the bravo bushwackers tow section.we worked
hard and played harder.I for one, am very proud to have served there.sometimes i think back to
all the strange things we did that seemed normal to us. like being a private and having shit burning detail at camp liberty bell! or laying
a ambush all night, finger on the trigger thinking
something moved.or being hung over from drinking
god knows what, and running up tokori pass behind
the honey wagon in 90 something heat.or how we
very nearly went into north korea to get our crew back when the chopper was shot down. sgt bomer
about blowing me out of the gun jeep with a grenade simulator. If you read this, best regards
to captin shoaf, first sargent callahan,ssg carter,spec 4 grimes, spec 4 casttillo, pvts pate
and rodregus and cpl lee kk. wonder if they still play combat football?




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Entry: 23410
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
A-1-9 2ND DIV. 70-71

TOM MORLEY wrote on February 23, 2002


City and State: REED CITY MI

Unit: ACO.1ST BTN. 9TH INF. 2ND INF. DIV.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Looking for buddies that I served with. I was radio operator at company c.p. Also sometimes batt.TOC operator. My 6 was Capt. Young
Looking for E-4 Bill Tinker,Monty Bowman.
and other vets of DMZ,and trips to Yan-Ga-Gol and turkey farm
Thanks
E-4 Tom Morley


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Entry: 23326
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
CAMP PAGE AND CAMP KAISER

BILL BEIL wrote on February 20, 2002


City and State:

Unit: 4TH MISSLE COMMAND 226TH SIGNAL CO.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I was at Camp Page (ChunChon) from Dec 1958 -March 1960 also TDY a lot up to Maebong Mountain and to Camp Kaiser for several months setting up communications VHF ANTRAC 3 relays and terminals (TANGO TAC).If any of you guys that were there are reading 5x5. Let me hear from you.

Keywords:


Entry: 23263
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
LISCOMBOWL DUTY 1977-78

DAVID KENDALL SR. wrote on February 18, 2002


City and State: ASHLAND OH

Unit: CSC 2/9TH.INF.2INF.DIV.77-78

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: burnt down huch in field when looking for field glases. / liscombowl duty/ were sent to ft.riley ks.79.

Keywords: dave kendall.camp greaves.1977-78.grenader.


Entry: 23146
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
1971 -ACO2/9

DALE RUMSLEY wrote on February 14, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: I was assigned to A co 2/9 infantry in Jan 71 at Camp Lawton near Munsani. We operated north and south of the Imjin River. We later turned over Camp Lawton to the ROK Army and moved to Camp Pelham. I haven't heard from any of my old buddies since I came home in Sept 71. If any of you are out there, I'd like to hear from you. Many of you were like brothers to me. Some of us were a bunch of goof balls who loved to have fun and make the best of a miserable situation. But when duty called and situations became serious,we all were professional soldiers 2nd to none. I am proud to have served with you.

Keywords: Keep up the fire


Entry: 23127
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
CAMP CUSTER DMZ JULY 1970 C/1/9TH INF RGT 2ID

ARTHUR VERSACE wrote on February 13, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Would like to hear from any G.I.that served at that time.313-515-7862.

Keywords: I started my tour of duty in south korea on the DMZ in July 1970 at camp custer.Co.C.1st of the 9th,2nd Infantry Division.


Entry: 23063
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
RIVER RATS E CO 2ND ENGR.BN.(BRIDGE)

DAN BROWN wrote on February 10, 2002


City and State: ESSINGTON PA

Unit: E CO,2ND ENGR.BN.( BRIDGE ) 2ID.

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Roll Call For All River Rats(Bridge) "E"Co 2nd Engr.Bn. 76-77. Time to close ranks and take a head count! Tobis ougt to do that! Marty ya still out there? sgt.Funk..Flood..Cappella..Schlutz..Hazel..Rizzo..wells..butler..All the Browns!!!

Keywords: Who has the Mickey Mouse Passes tonight?


Entry: 22892
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
6921ST SW IN MISAWA, JAPAN, FROM 1973-75

HELEN HENDERSON wrote on February 3, 2002


City and State: ST. AUGUSTINE FL

Unit: 6921ST SW

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I was a 203 in the 6921st SW in Misawa, Japan, from 1973-75. I do not qualify as a Korean Vet, but I am very interested in locating and reconnecting members of the USAFSS who served in Misawa. Because the Security Service was a tightly knit group (of loosely knit people!), chances are you may find people you are looking for listed in other unit web-sites. www.misawajapan.com, www.ftva.org, www.silent-warriors.com, www.VetFriends.com,www.gisearch.com to name a few. If you were in Misawa, please contact me! Good luck with your search!

Keywords: Misawa, Japan 6921st SW, 6920th SG, 1st RSM, 203,


Entry: 22775
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
2ND, DIV, 6TH 37TH, CAMP ESSYONS 76-77

TOMMY ENGLE wrote on January 30, 2002


City and State:

Unit: BRAVO,CO

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: trying to find crew members of gun 5, of 155, 76-77-

Keywords:


Entry: 22065
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
4TH MISSILE COMMAND-226TH SIGNAL

SAMMY W. SNYDER wrote on January 5, 2002


City and State: ROCKPORT WV

Unit: 4TH MISSILE COMMAND-226TH SIGNAL

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I was with the 4th Missile Command, 226th Signal Co. Our Base Commander believe in one thing, LET's ROLL. I Camp Page, and we had the Honest John, and he would see how fast we could get in position to fire that Antique. Me being with the 226 Signal, we had to establish signals before anyone got there, and we always were the last to leave. I believe I became an expert on Camoflauge netting, we had to get in get hid, and communiciate. When we were not communiciating we were walking guard. Many nights I slept on top of a 5KW Generator trailer. Other nights in the floor of the truck, some nights there were no sleep. Lot of folks had fun over there, but I sure as hell did not. 14 months, I lived out of a Ruck sack and duffle bag. I belive President Bush would give all of us Veterans a Medal if we could just set down and talk to him, but with all of the problems he has today, we will never get it done. I believe all of the other folks that's under him, just don't care. I bet they got theirs. Anyway prepare yourself for a bigger battle, before you pass from this earth, accept Jesus Christ as your
personal Savior, when we get Heaven, the Medal will be so big we can't even lift it. God-Bless all of you Veterans, and espically those who are still at it. Your Veteran friend in Christ. Sammy Snyder-sampam@wirefire.com


Keywords:


Entry: 22027
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
KOREA 2ID

BARRY ROSS wrote on January 4, 2002


City and State: SELLERSBURG IN

Unit: 2ID ADMIN CO

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Wish they would not forget when I was stationed in Korea there were over 300 vilations from the north. Have propaganda to show. Ships sunk in Pusun, no one in US heard anything about this. We are all but forgotten

Keywords: SSG John Burke. Harvey Wardell


Entry: 21896
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
8TH TFW, 51ST FW

HENRY SHERRILL wrote on December 30, 2001


City and State: OAK HARBOR WA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Was in the Air Force from 1979 to 1990. Went to Korea twice, once in Osan and once to Kunsan.

Keywords: 8th TFW
51st FW
HTACC Skivvy 9 Electronic Security Command



Entry: 21601
DMZ 1970 TO 1979
BRAVO BAT. 7TH/38TH ARTY.CAMP PAGE 70-71

GARY LACORTE wrote on December 18, 2001


City and State: SPRAGGS PA

Unit: B BAT. 7TH/38TH ARTY. BRIG. 8TH US ARMY

Service or Relationship: ARMY VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: love to hear from yous!


Keywords: " highest hawk shithouse in the free world"






















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