181st Military Intelligence Detachment (CIC)


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Entry: 92315
Subject: MRS

Jana Price Kuehne wrote on November 29, 2015


City and State: DALLAS TX

Unit: UNKNOWN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Robert Gene Price, my dad,was in the CIC. I would like to learn of the atrocities he faced and had to participate in. He died 10/30/1999. I know that he had a personal interprete and went behind enemy lines to interrogate the enemy.

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Entry: 91144
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON ROBERT WILLIAM SMITH (FATHER)

Robert Smith JR wrote on May 6, 2015


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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father Robert William Smith completed basic training at Fort Riley, Kansas. He was then dispatched to Fort Holabird, Maryland. He spent some time at the Presidio before attaching with the 10th Mountain Division in Seattle at Fort Lewis with the CIC during the Korean War. He was a handsome dark haired man with brown eyes and a very athletic frame. Please feel free to contact his son at the provided email address. Thank you.

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Entry: 78643
Subject: 818TH COUNTER INTELLIGENCE CORPS-JUNE-DEC 1950

Jess Killingsworth wrote on April 20, 2011


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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I was wondering if anyone served with my grandfather, Captain Arnold "Bud" Flook, during the Korean War, or if they knew him when he lived in Sendai, Japan, prior to the war? He was KIA on December 7, 1950, in Korea and his body was never recovered. I'd love any information about his personality, how/where he died, anything at all about him that someone might know. Thank you to all the veterans and current military members and their families for the sacrifices they have made for our country.

Keywords: 8th US Army, 181st Military Intelligence Detachment, 818th Counter Intelligence Corps, Captain Arnold "Bud" Flook, Sendai, Japan



Entry: 70554
Subject: 181ST CIC DURING THE MILITARY GOVENMEN IN KOREA FROM 1945 TO 1948

James M. Lee wrote on June 14, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State: VIENNA VA

Unit: 181ST CIC DURING THE MILITARY GOVERNMENT IN SOUTH

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am very much interested in knowing if I could get in touch with some of those who worked for the CIC during the military government and the Korean War and recall a Korean employe by the name of Chinho Lee. We are really getting old. Thank you.

Keywords: While attending Seoul National Univertity College of Engineering in 1946-1948 I worked as a translator/interpreter for the 181st US Army CIC Det. assigned to the U.S. military government. My Korean name was Chinho Lee which was changed to James M. Lee when I became naturalized in 1962. I worked for US Army CIC detachment assigned to G-2, 1st Marine Division durint the Korean War, and also worked for the 442nd CIC(?) which was redesignated as the CCRACK, a positive intelligence organization.



Entry: 10151
Subject: OKINAWA CIC 526

Oliver Boyer wrote on July 6, 2000


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Unit: 526 CIC

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: served in okinawa 1951-1952

Keywords: ollie---friend-holmes w lemon /larry hale







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