Korean Military Advisory Group US Army KMAG
On Tue, 21 Jan 1997
George Smock email@example.com wrote:
2410 Cypresswood Tr 101
Arlington, TX 76014
Telephone: 214 312-3021
Fax: 214 312-2754
I served in Korea in 1990-1991 with the Combined Field Army PAO at
Camp Red Clouid, Uijongbu, Korea.
My father served in Korea during the Korean war with the US Military
Advisory Group. I believe he was also with the 2nd ID.
He said he landed at Inchon, went up to the Chinese border and back
down the east coast of Korea. He spent some time working with Korean
engineer units and went to Japan and Fort Lewis after the war.
I'd love to hear from anyone who served with my father, William S.
Smock, Sr. in Korea. People who served with him can call me at the #
listed above or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Thu, 09 Jan 1997
Max Hale Email address wrote:
I am a veteran of the Korean War. I was in Taegu with KMAG in 1952.
I understand there is a program through which veterans are hosted for
visits to Korea. I have not been back to the Land of the Morning Calm
and would like to do so. If you have information that would help,
Iwould appreciate it.
1114 9th Street
Aurora, NE 68818
On Wed, 17 Dec 1997
paul shelton Email address wrote:
looking for a possible reunion of veterans who served with the
korean military advisory group (KMAG). i worked in kmag hqs during
On Sun, 14 Jun 1998
Sean Haffner Email address wrote:
My father (George Haffner) served with KMAG Signal on Chejudo from Oct.
1951 to Jan. 1953 as a cryptographer.
He is searching for other vets who may have served in that area during
If anyone has any information on others who served on Chejudo during
1952, please e-mail me at SeanHafnr@aol.com.
K-6 PYONGTAEK AIRFIELD
On Sat, 4 Jul 1998
MAURICE MOSS Email address wrote:
I am looking for any KMAG's who serve on the K-6 PYONGTAEK AIRFIELD
during the year of 1953-1955. My friend mother said she had meet a
person who station at the Pyongtaek, this was a KMAG.She said she only
know his last name is WHITE my friend mother name is JUNE she is
korean. If any KMAG who know this story please contact me at once.
My phone no.1-540-957-3950
ROKA Ord Depot
On Thu, 30 Apr 1998
Joann VanHorn Email address wrote:
You and I exchanged emails a couple of weeks ago. I am looking for
buddies of my deceased dad's. In your email to me you asked what unit
he was in. I still don't have much of an idea, but I found just one
letter from him from August 1956(what a miracle).
The address was: Karl U. Oliver
ROKA Ord Depot
Det F, KMAG
Can you tell by that where he was and what "unit" he was in. I think
at that time he was a civilian working for the ACE, but I'm not sure,
cause I was so young then, just 9.
Also the return address has no rank designation, just his name. Please
see what you can find and email me back. Many THANKS
Joann Van Horn
Daughter of Karl U. Oliver 10/8/15 - 11/28/64
KMAG Signal Co
On Tue, 10 Feb 1998
Jim O'Driscoll Email address wrote:
12605 Scharber Street
Minneapolis, MN 55374-9534
KMAG Signal Co
datein: 1953 dateout: 1955
"Tony KMAG' the 12th ROK Division
On Mon, 27 Jul 1998
"Allan W. Ahlberg" Email address wrote:
I was a radio operator with "Tony KMAG' the 12th ROK Division on the
west coast near "Lukes Castle" and the "Punchbowl. in 1952 - 53.
Wonder if any of my buddies are still around.
On Wed, 8 Jul 1998
EVERETT, WILLIAM E. Email address wrote:
datein: 1949 dateout: 1951
SERVED WITH KMAG HQ. 1949 TO JULY 1950, THEN WAS WITH THE 6th KOREAN
INF DIVISION FROM JULY 1950 TO NOV 1950.
KMAG and 69 TOPO
On Sun, 01 Mar 1998
Harvey Caplan Email address wrote:
Any info regarding Korean Military Advisory Group or the 69th TOPO
Battallion, part of the 24th Corps in Yong Don Po, Korea 1948-1950?
Looking for anymore of us who are around. We are new to the net and
maybe we overlooked the proper place to look. Thanks for your patience
Harvey Caplan e-mail to email@example.com
On Sun, 15 Nov 1998
sherman clarke Email address wrote:
no where can i find a mention of operation ratkiller early 1952 i was
there with korean companies and kmag support but i can not prove there
even was such an operation is there any one out there that knows or was
there i cann't remember where or when?? it took place south of K5 and
north of pusan. way back up in some valley.
i was with a sending and receiveing radio team for support don't know
what happened but it all went to hell in a hurry.can any one out there
fill me in
On Thu, 15 Apr 1999
Raven Email address wrote:
My Dad (Bill Fikes RA `46-`67) served with the 2ID, 23Inf, Hq, 2Bn
and with KMAG during the war. I served with the 2ID, 702FSB from `86 to
I tried to locate the KMAG Patch for him while I was over there, with
no luck. I'd still love to locate one for him, or even a good photo of
I designed the Co. Commanders Coin while serving at Camp Stanley, still
have orig. coin dies if any one has interest.
Thanks, Billy L. Fikes Jr.
P.O. Box 878618
Wasilla, Ak 99687
On Sun, 24 Jan 1999
Ken L Ostrum Email address wrote:
I served in Korea from April 1953 till Sept 1954. Served with KMAG at
ROKA Training Center #2 outside of Taejon. There were only about 90
Americans among the 30,000 Koreans at any one time.
Wondering if any of them might be on-line or available elsewhere. Also
was curious about photos [color slides] I took during my stay. Mostly
countryside and local communities. Does anyone think there would be any
interest in a "coffee table" style book of photos of the time?