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Entry: 89333
30TH WEATHER SQDN
30TH WEATHER SQDN

KENNETH LARSEN wrote on July 16, 2014


City and State:

Unit: 30TH A W S HQ.

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: I was a weather equip tech at HQ 30th AWS Korea General Senter C.O. Served with Jim Zaleski. Anyone still alive and remember?
Sgt. Ken Larsen


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Entry: 86081
30TH WEATHER SQDN
USAF 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON KOREA 1954-55

GERALD FELDBRUEGGE wrote on April 29, 2013


City and State: WAUSAU WI

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: I was attached to 9th Army Corp hdqrs aviation co, 1st Army Corps hdqrs aviation
co at uijongbu, 7th inf div hdqrs aviation co at Tongduchonni and on the island of
paengyaengdo. I would like to from anyone who remembers me.


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Entry: 85608
30TH WEATHER SQDN
30TH WEATHER SQUADRON TEAM 42 YANGGU

ARTHUR HANLON SR. wrote on March 1, 2013


City and State: SAN LUIS OBISPO CA

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON KOREA 1953-54

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: White and I were a two-man weather observer team quartered with
10corps artillery in yanggu, north of the 38thparallel. After he left I
was the only observer on site. The army guys called me Air Force.
They truly were great people.a number became good friends.


Keywords: I owe Donald white $10.00 he loaned me as he was rotating home. I
want to pay him, with interest.



Entry: 85399
30TH WEATHER SQDN
30TH WEATHER SQUADRON, K-10

L.L. MCFARLAND wrote on February 7, 2013


City and State:

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: I am the daughter of Richard (Dick) McFarland, a
lieutenant in the 30th weather squadron, K-10,
primarily in 1953. I have many interesting photos
that my father made detailed notes on, and I would be
happy to scan and share with folks. I am looking for
anyone who knew him then. I am going to korea soon,
and hope to retrace some of his footsteps!


Keywords: 30th Weather Squadron, K-10, Detachment 16, 1952,
1953; Richard (Dick) McFarland, An Hung
Kun,c




Entry: 84909
30TH WEATHER SQDN
30TH WEATHER SQUADRON

FRANCIS ROBERT BLACK JR. wrote on December 5, 2012


City and State: GAINESVILLE TX

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQ TEAM 9

Service or Relationship: OTHER

Comments: Weather Team 9 on the 608 Compound I was 17 at the
time does anyone rember our unit,,we were deployed
out of K-55..no rations for weeks at a time planes
and recon operations from the beach at high tide,
usually c-119, c-47,and B-26..were there other team
on other islands??


Keywords: K-53 Satans Haven (1953-1955 P Y Do (BaengyoungDo)


Entry: 81443
30TH WEATHER SQDN
MY FATHER LARRY GROPPER SERVED IN THE 30TH WEATHER SQDN

ROBERT S. GROPPER wrote on December 23, 2011


City and State: POUGHKEEPSIE NY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments: My father, Lawrence H. Gropper (Larry) served in the
30th Weather Squadron, Osan Korea and Japan in the
early 1950's as a weather observer. Although, he
passed away in 1985, I still remember him telling me
stories about how he sometimes had more say than the
generals because he could tell them not to fly due to
bad weather. I always loved to brag about that fact.
He was a professional photographer from Brooklyn, NYC.
Does anyone remember him?


Keywords: Lawrence (Larry) Gropper, 30th Weather Sqdn, Weather
Observer



Entry: 75288
30TH WEATHER SQDN
HQS, 30TH WEATHER

CARL C. (CLYDE) KOEHNE wrote on June 29, 2010


City and State: WACO TX

Unit: HQS 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: Checked the website today for first time in a couple years and saw entry by Hugh Kirtland who was a Lt. in Hqs 30th Weather in l95l and 52. Sent an email to him thru this site today. Hope he receives.

Ran across Harold Cason some years back and we had a meeting. He is only one I have ever discovered who was in the Hqs while I was there from June 5l to late April 52.

60th Anniversary of beginnings of war just passed. Gads, where have all of those years gone.

The years have been good to me. I am happy with where I have been and content with who I am.

Best wishes to you all.

Clyde Koehne, former T/Sgt USAF


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Entry: 74608
30TH WEATHER SQDN
KIMPO WEATHER

EDWARD BEARD wrote on May 6, 2010


City and State:

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: I was stationed at the Kimpo Weather Station from
06/54-12/54. Worked at the Radiosonde Station about
3-4 miles from main base. Some names: Stan Tilley,
Martin Gut, Ed Schrodes, Doug Hatfield, Gremel,
Bob Mendel, TSgt Fugit, TSgt Paul Noga, MSgt William O. Warren, and Elliot. DetCo Major Ralph Hanna.


Keywords: Kimpo Weather 1954


Entry: 70327
30TH WEATHER SQDN
2143 AIR WEATHER WING

HUGH KIRKLAND wrote on May 26, 2009

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: i served in 30th weather squadron, 2143 air weather wing stationed in seoul from oct 1951 through july 1953 looking for those who served with me

Keywords:


Entry: 69636
30TH WEATHER SQDN
LOOKING FOR K-14 MEMBERS 54-55

LAVERNE DAVID MORELL wrote on March 26, 2009


City and State: MUSKEGON MI

Unit: DETACHMENT 23 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments:

Keywords: Looking for anyone assigned to Detachment 23, 30th
Weather Squadron at K-14 Kimpo July 1954- June 1955



Entry: 67530
30TH WEATHER SQDN
DET 33 SEP '56- SEP '57

FRANK MARTIN wrote on October 17, 2008


City and State:

Unit: DET. 33 30TH WEARON

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: Worked with a guy named Al Oliver, who, according to him, was on Womi-do w/the Marines prior to yhe Inchon
Invasion.

I was with Det 33 from Sep '56 to Sep '57 assigned to A-4 I Corps Aviation Co. Ouijongbu: A-2 7th Div Aviation Co. Tong Du'chon then K-55 OsanAB.

Few names I can remember Rick Favor [s/sgt], Tom Covington, [wx editor] Otis Spellman, Rick [?] Gagne
Duane Brockineer [P-Y do].


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Entry: 64903
30TH WEATHER SQDN
WEATHER DET. POHANG KOREA K-3 1950

WILLIAM (BILL) MCKINNEY wrote on March 24, 2008


City and State: REDDING CA

Unit: WEATHER DET 30TH WEATHER SQDN.

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: Our AWS Weather detachment from Japan was sent to Pohang K-3 early in July 1950. Pohang was about 60 south of Pusan on the East Coast. It was in what was called the Pusan Prmimeter.It was an old japanese Fighter base in WW2. Our Commander Officer was Al Watson Forecaster and B-26 pilot. Our planes were p-51 Mustangs and B-26 bombers that were probably the first Korea based squadrons to fly support for our troops. Our operations were short lived because the North Koreans forced us out in Sept 1950. The Marines came in and took over operations later.I kept in touch with observers Ed Vermillion and Gene Priddy.Also later with Al Watson. Now these many years later its sad to say that I am the only one living of our 6 man Weather Det. I am a retired Educator, and Commander of the KWVA Nor. Cal Chapter No 1 I have many good memories of my good buddies that I served with in the sometimes called the forgotten war.

Keywords: Mac and my buddies Ed Vermillion ,and Gene Priddy of Louisville, Kentucky .The battle for Pohang AFB K-3 1950. When USAF weather men were turned into infantry.


Entry: 62064
30TH WEATHER SQDN
30TH WEATHER SQDN K14 KIMPO KOREA

FRANK ERWIN wrote on August 23, 2007


City and State:

Unit: 30TH WEATHER KIMPO KOREA K14

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: Looking for any one who served in the weather station 1955-56 . Don Pacheco is the only name I can remember now. Have pictures to share and memories

Keywords: K14 Kimpo


Entry: 59919
30TH WEATHER SQDN
FRIENDS OF MINE JUNE 1953-4 SUWON, PUSAN EAST

MALCOLM PARSLEY wrote on February 5, 2007


City and State: SEOUL

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQUADON DETACHMENT 13

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: I would like to cantact some old friends from that year we spent together and share the changes that have taken place here in Koera.

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Entry: 59628
30TH WEATHER SQDN
WEATHER OBSERVER 30TH WEA. SQ.

ROBERT KENNETH wrote on January 17, 2007

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: Weather Observer with 30th Wea. Sq. from Sept 1954 till Sept 1955, stationed at K-55 and K-13. Looking for John Flanagan, Neil Kempt or Malcolm Parsley.

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Entry: 54190
30TH WEATHER SQDN
CHIEF OBSERVER, 30TH WEA. SQ. SEOUL AND OSAN

JAMES MCCAULIFF wrote on November 20, 2005

Email Update Needed

City and State: LYNDHURST OH

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: Was NCOIC of weather station in Seoul and then Osan from June 1953 to May 1954.
Will welcome hearing from anyone who served with me during that period.


Keywords: Jim "Junior" King, Emery Bryant, Denzell Ekey, Emilio Partida, Major Falzgraf.


Entry: 51755
30TH WEATHER SQDN
LOOKING FOR SGT COE

THOMAS KEENAN SR. wrote on June 29, 2005

Email Update Needed

City and State: FRENCH CREEK WV

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQ. DET 18 (?)

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: I would like to hear from Sgt Coe, I think his first name is Robert but I am not sure. He called himself "One Big Souix Indian" and he was. He had previously served in the 67th before being transferred to Base Weather in 1955.

I have wondered about him for some time but could never find a reasonable way until I found this site.


Keywords: Kimpo Weather


Entry: 51603
30TH WEATHER SQDN
30TH WEA SQ 1954-1955

JAMES SCHLUMBOHM wrote on June 18, 2005


City and State: SPRING HILL FL

Unit: 30TH WEA SQ

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN

Comments: I was a Flight Mechanic with the 30th Wea Sq on the Sq aircraft, C-47, Tail # 4316385 located at K-55, Osan AB. Flew to all the weather sites in Korea to deliver supplies, mail and pay. Lived on the flight line in a quonset hut with three other mechanics. I was transfered from Yokota AB, Japan(56 WRS) to assume the Crew Chief and flying duties on the 30th Wea Sq acft for six months and then return to Japan. My tour with the 30th was Nov 1954 to May 1955.

Keywords: 30th Weather Sq, K-55, Osan AB, Korea


Entry: 44811
30TH WEATHER SQDN
LOOKING FOR AIRMEN WHO SERVED WITH ME

JAMES MCCAULIFF wrote on July 26, 2004

Email Update Needed

City and State: LYNDHURST OH

Unit: 30TH WX SQ.

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I was NCOIC of 5th AF 30th WX station in Seoul and Osan 1953 to 1954.
Worked with many outstanding officers and enlisted men. Also had 14 ROK airmen in my unit.
Have email addresses of Ekey and Leahy.
It's been over 50 years but I still remember the good times and bad.
To all who served before, during and after me, I salute you and honor your service to this great country.


Keywords: James (Junior) King, Emery Bryant, Lt. Co. Karstens, Major Falzgraf, Major Savobda, Lt. Leahy, Denzell Ekey, Jack Rittenhoff, Lt. Emery,
Capt. Sullivan



Entry: 38865
30TH WEATHER SQDN
LOOKING FOR GEORGE COOK

HAROLD CASON wrote on December 1, 2003

Email Update Needed

City and State: CENTREVILLE VA

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: George Cook and I were buddies but I lost track of him when I rotated back to the States in 1951. If anyone knows his where abouts, please put him in touch with me at the address listed above.

Yours truly,
Harold Cason


Keywords: George Cook and I were stationed at 30th Weather Squadron, Seoul, Korea in 1950 and 1951. I remember that George Cook was from Los Angeles, CA. and his father raised horses. George had a bit part in the Frank Sinatra movie "The Kissing Bandit."


Entry: 37539
30TH WEATHER SQDN
HEROES

EDWARD D. (ED) BEARD wrote on October 13, 2003


City and State: AURORA CO

Unit: 30TH WEA SQDN

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Two great friends gave their lives so that the rest of us will live in freedom: Cpl Harold L.
Neubold 1St Cav, KIA 1950; and PFC Robert C.
Orris, KIA 1953. "Where do we get such men?"

I heard that quote somewhere, and can't help but think as long as there are "such men" as Harold and Bob, this nation will remain great.


Keywords: Heroes; 2nd Inf;1st Cav


Entry: 36612
30TH WEATHER SQDN
30TH WEATHER, K-55, '54-'55

DOUG HOPKINS wrote on August 30, 2003


City and State: SPARKS NV

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON OSAN (K55)

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Don's fine collection of LPs featuring Sarah Vaughn, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and many others helped pass those long hours plotting weather maps through the wee hours in the JOC. I Still remember the Colonel's radioed response back when we heard our dawn patrol of '86's had just been jumped by some MIGs off the west coast of N.Korea..."Shoot the Bastards down!!!" he said.

Keywords: Don Sieber, et al


Entry: 36216
30TH WEATHER SQDN
51-52

TOMMY CORNELISON wrote on August 11, 2003

Email Update Needed

City and State: MEMPHIS TN

Unit: WINGHEADQUARATERS NAGOYA JAPAN

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I would like to locate any who were in Korea or Japan during that time, Specifically James Rigney III ROK at Inje june 1951 and Bobby Inman at Komaki AFB in Nagoya Japan 1952

Keywords: January 1951 to June 1952 30th Weather Squadron
and Wing Hq in Nagoya Japan






Entry: 35483
30TH WEATHER SQDN
54-55

EDWARD D. (ED) BEARD wrote on July 14, 2003


City and State: AURORA CO

Unit: 30TH WEA SQDN

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Was a weatherman in Korea. Joined up in 1952 to
go to Korea, but didn't get there until 01/1954
Lost two good friends there when fighting was
going on. To all those who served in Korea, and
especially the wounded, killed and missing. You
didn't get the proper recognition for your sacrifices. At least those who followed you can
appreciate your devotion to your duty and country. Thanks.


Keywords: 30th Weather Sqdn 01/1954-01/1955
K-4 Sachon, K-47 Cheju-Do, K-14 kimpo



Entry: 34013
30TH WEATHER SQDN
LOST FRIENDS

EMERY (E.J.) WINTERS wrote on May 5, 2003


City and State: PORT ANGELES WA

Unit: 30TH WEATHERS SQ. DET 23 KIMPO

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Hi, looking for some of the guys i served with between 1954 1955. I was det clerk, nicknamed casey, i can only rember a few names, stanley tilly, from minn. laverne morell, from mich, baby airman bryan,forgot his last name, wayatt j.frison,nickename www san, house boy kim and scoshi. hope to hear from some of you guys. as ever casey

Keywords:


Entry: 33793
30TH WEATHER SQDN
STA 830 (TORNADO WEATHER)

JOHN WONDERLEY wrote on April 23, 2003


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Spent a year at Detach Sta 830 starting in October of 1953. We lived with the Army 59th Signal Corp which was in a valley beyond Korean II ROK Corp. We rotated between Sta 830 (located at 59th Signal), an Army Laison Spoter Airstrip and an Army Artilery Groupe. I was a Weather Observer and would rotate a week at a time at each of the above. Some of the weather personnel there were Lt Loy, Charles Moshier, Dennis Wells, Dale Hampton, Don Shelton, Jack Printess, James Gilbert, Sam Pettiford and George ?? from WVA. Spent most of off duty time playing cards, basketball and at the NCO club at nithts. Food was OK prepared by Army Sgt Charles Buller. Living accomadations were sparce. The winter nights was rather cold especially when the oil stove went out. It is hard to believe we still have 27,000 troops in Korea after 50 years. After leaving Korea I was assigned to Goodfellow (Sangelo, Tx) and Dyess (Abilene, Tx)

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Entry: 32917
30TH WEATHER SQDN
K55 (OSAN) 10/54 - 10/55 J.O.C. AND 30TH WEATHER SQ.

DOUG HOPKINS wrote on March 19, 2003


City and State:

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQ. @ JOINT OPS CTR K55

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: I plotted weather maps in Weather Central @ Joint Operations Center (JOC) entire year at K55. Mostly, wee hours of night while listening to great recorded music of Sarah Vaughn, Frank Sinatra and the other greats then...thanks to Amn Don Sieber who brought his LPs and phonograph with him from home. Houseboy was Lee Jai Oon (rhymes with tune). Major Rabe was C.O. Officers had house GIRLS who they often paid in credits with Sears Roebuck or Monty Ward catalogue purchases. Weekly beer parties with iced beer in 55 gal. drums...one at each end of the little tin barracks we lived in (12-13 airmen each). Very cold winter '54/'55. The food was good, no shooting, great friends, great memories but, lonesome times 8,000 miles from home. Unchained Melody biggest hit then. Oh, and the acronyms: OMGIF, the FIGMO Board and KMAGYOYO. When you arrived in Korea, it was "Oh My God, I'm F___"; when you were a short-timer, it was "F___I've Got My Orders" and when you waved at your replacement as your plane left the ground it was "F___It George, You're On Your Own".

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Entry: 30870
30TH WEATHER SQDN
TEAM 830

CHARLES (MOE) MOSHIER wrote on January 1, 2003

Email Update Needed

City and State: RIVERTON WY

Unit: 30TH WEATHER SQUADRON TEAM 830

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Looking for team members, the "terrible 13" Richard C. Swanson (wife Kris), Joseph Magyar, and Dan Ballon (Dirty Dan).

Keywords: North of Chunchon, Team 830


Entry: 24829
30TH WEATHER SQDN
LOOKING FOR FRIENDS

JOSH BOOKHAMER wrote on April 19, 2002

Email Update Needed

City and State: DUNCANSVILLE PA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: FAMILY MEMBER

Comments:

Keywords:


Entry: 19325
30TH WEATHER SQDN
LOOKING FOR HERBERT BACH

WILLARD M. JONES wrote on September 9, 2001


City and State: ARLINGTON HEIGHTS IL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Saw a message from Jones, willard m. That he was looking for Herbert Bach of 30th Weather Sqdn for a Greg Nagel.. Do you have any info?? This Notice was a few years Old..

I am Herb Bach From 30th Wea Sqdn Co Do Korea. Any info pls fwd to Papabhh@aol.com. Thanks...
Herb Bach Colleyville,Tx


Keywords: Herbere Bach of Chicago area, possibly Oak Park. served 30th WxSqdn, K14-16 and on ChoDo with Greg Nagle.


Entry: 15393
30TH WEATHER SQDN
UNIT MEMBER

WILLARD M. JONES wrote on March 11, 2001


City and State: ARLINGTON HEIGHTS IL

Unit: 5TH AIR FORCE, 2143RD AWW, 30TH WEA SQDN

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Served 2143rd AWW, Tokyo Wea Central 3/52 - 2/53. 30th Wea Sqdn K10 3/53 - 9/53.

Searchin for Thomas Brown, 2143rd AWW, was from Westchester, Il. Also Herbert Bach, 30th K14, believe from Oak Park, Il.


Keywords: Anyone have a source for the 30th patch?? If not, I do and need interested parties for a bulk purchase to make the price reasonable.


Entry: 14355
30TH WEATHER SQDN
JUNE 5L THRU APRIL 52

CARL C. (CLYDE) KOEHNE wrote on January 16, 2001


City and State: WACO TX

Unit: HQS 30TH WEATHER JUNE 5L THRU APRIL 52

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: What can one say - almost fifty years ago when we were young and innocent and thought we would save the world - and perhaps we did. I wouldn't trade the experience for anything, but I'm glad that it is only memories. And, we were lucky - fairly good quarters most of time and basically safe. Those guys on the front were the heroes.

Life has been good, and I am quite happy with what I have done with it.

My best to you all.


Keywords: Hqs 30th Weather - June 5l - April 52


Entry: 13686
30TH WEATHER SQDN
LOOKING FOR REUNION

VIC PARRHYSIUS wrote on December 18, 2000

Email Update Needed

City and State: SUN CITY WEST AZ

Unit: 30TH WX SQ, TAEJON

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: 30TH WX SQ, TAEJON

Keywords:


Entry: 12578
30TH WEATHER SQDN
HQS 30TH WEATHER

CARL C. (CLYDE) KOEHNE wrote on October 27, 2000


City and State: WACO TX

Unit: HQS 30TH WEATHER SQ

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Arrived Hqs 30th Weather in Taegu in June l950. We moved to Seoul about a month later. Conditions primitive in Taegu, but in Seoul we first lived in what had been an elementary school and then in what had been hospital for Seoul Medical School. Our compound across street from Hqs 5th AF. Food horrible, but living quarters okay. Even had steam heat on occasion. R and Rs (I and I) occasionally. Seven days a week worked, but we were lucky compared to guys on front. When stationed at Itami AB (near Osaka) before Korea used to watch med evac planes - usually RCAF C-54"s unloading wounded. Many with horrible frostbite. Left Korea end of April l952 and arrived in Tokyo on May Day - first day of Japanese independence and many riots in streets, burning of American owned cars, and even throwing some sailors in Moat around Emperor's palace, but no fatalities. Interesting. Next assignment was Great Falls AFB, Montana. Anyway, that was all a long time ago. Mostly pleasant memories, but I sure wouldn't want to do it again. Sayonara.

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Entry: 8934
30TH WEATHER SQDN
30TH WX SQ 10TH ROK FTR. BOMB.K-18

FRANK BAGAMARY wrote on May 26, 2000

Email Update Needed

City and State: ATHENS TN

Unit: 5TH A.F. 30TH WEA. SQN. (1953)

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: Basically lost contact with A/1c Saunders upon return to states.Always searched V.F.W. and K.V.A. magazines looking for a reunion of 30th wea sqn K.Vets of 1953. May have overlooked or missed notice of reunion, 50 years later I'm still trying to find him. Don't know if he is still alive.

Keywords: 2/1953 arr. Kangnung,Korea (K-18).Assgn.to 10th ROK ftr. gp.Best personal friend Martin(snake) Saunders A/1C. My nickname was Baggy.


Entry: 8410
30TH WEATHER SQDN
30TH WX SQDN. USAF SEOUL, KOREA

DENZELL EKEY wrote on May 3, 2000

Email Update Needed

City and State:

Unit: 30TH WX SQDN WEATHER CENTER SEOUL

Service or Relationship: AIR FORCE VETERAN - KOREA

Comments: We provided weather updates from sites all over Korea to the Joint Operatins Command in Seoul.
Would appreciate contact from WX observers in the 1953-54 period serving in Korea.


Keywords: 30th WX Sqdn. USAF Seoul, Korea



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