191st Military Intelligence Detachment (CIC)


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Army Counterintelligence Corps Veterans (ACICV)

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Entry: 87497
Subject: LOOKING FOR

Ronald Christopher wrote on October 27, 2013


City and State: BEVERLY HILLS FL

Unit: A TROOP, 9TH CAV AND 1ST CAV LRRPS

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking for Mike Hammer, supply sgt for 191 MI in Vietnam in
66 and 67. Mike helped me get the LRRPs up and running.

Keywords: Chris



Entry: 80503
Subject: 191ST MID, 1ST CAV DIV

John LaDue wrote on September 26, 2011


City and State:

Unit: D/227TH AHB, 1ST CAV DIV

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I recently saw on the internet a Vietnam era Zippo lighter for sale, that was
engraved with CW2 Clinton M. Perry's name on it. Also on the lighter was a
1st Cav patch, 191st MID, and the dates July 67, July 68. I wonder if CW2
Perry even knows that this item is for sale?

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Entry: 79777
Subject: TO ROXANNE EVANOFF

Jane Doe wrote on July 28, 2011


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Not sure if Roxanne Evanoff is still interested but I have a bit of news. I realize her post was 6 years ago, and maybe she has found information on her dad. I have a bit of information on him if she hasn't received any at all.

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Entry: 74602
Subject: 702ND CIC DETACHMENT

Thomas O'Connor wrote on May 6, 2010


City and State: LAKE IN THE HILLS IL

Unit: 702ND CIC DETACHMENT, 111TH CIC DETACHMENT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Attended Exercise Long Horn at Fort Hood Texas in early 1952. Actually we were at North Fort Hood, Texas, which was separated from the main fort by a 25 or 30 mile gravel road, frequented by Tanks and other monster vehicles. Exercise Long Horn had information concerning an atomic canon (top secret at the time). After that exercise was over most of us were transferred to Fort McPherson, Georgia, which was located just outside of Atlanta. Nice place to finish our enlistment. We were schooled at Ford Holabird, Maryland for about 16 weeks. We first went to Camp Rucker, Alabama, then we went to Fort McClellan, Georgia, and finally to Fort McPherson, Georgia. While at Camp Rucker, we were fully equipped with trucks and 26 (twenty-six) 1951 Chevrolet 2 dr sedans. Rumor was that if war with Russia would happen, we would be ready to go anywhere. Fortunately, we spent the entire enlistment in the Alabama-Georgia-Florida theater. Was in the Army from 5 April, 1951 to 4 April 1953. Looking for any of the guys from the 702nd or 111th.

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Keywords: Nickname TV



Entry: 74035
Subject: LOOKING TO CONTACT INTERPRETERS 191ST MID

Thomas Williams II wrote on March 23, 2010


City and State: LITCHFIELD CT

Unit: 191ST MID

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: I am looking to connect with any of the four or five Korean
interpreters who served the 191st MID in 1964-65. I was then a
second lieutenant and worked on several investigations with them. I
may not be spelling their names right but here is my best shot
including one guy with a knick name: Charlie O; Yu Taek Chin; Mr. Yi
(we misspelled it as Lee); and Kim. They were the most outstanding
interpreters and people you could ever meet. My daughter, Gisela, a
freelance travel writer, is traveling to South Korea to do a story on a
well known Korean chef returning there after being away for some
years. I would LOVE it if she could meet one or more of these
gentlemen. I will always remember them and miss them dearly. I have
many photos of them and could scan them if need be. The CO of the
unit was then Capt. Harry Houlis. The EX-O was a good friend of mine
and a college chum, 1st Lt. Bruce Bailey,

Keywords: "Dennie" US Army Intelligence Corps served in Army 1963 to 1966 one of
my Units was located in Paju-ri, South Korea



Entry: 61631
Subject: INTERESTED IN INFO ABOUT 191ST MIL INTEL DETACHMENT IN KOREA- EARLY 60'S

Lee Apple wrote on July 15, 2007


City and State: SAN FRANCISCO CA

Unit: 191ST MILITARY INTELLIGENCE DETACHMENT

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Recently I found a nice letter of commendation from Major Royce C.
Williams to my father - Robert V. Apple who was in the 191st in Korea in
the early 60's. I am just a little curious about what my father and the
191st were doing at that time. Thank You.
Lee Apple
leeapple07@comcast.net

Keywords: Robert V. Apple-- Bob Apple--- Major Royce C. Williams



Entry: 53560
Subject: DOES ANYONE REMEMBER JOHN EVANOFF?

Roxanne Evanoff wrote on October 12, 2005

Email Update Needed



City and State: TAYLOR MI

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am trying to find my Dad. I really don't know if this is his unit or not but maybe someone out there knows? If anyone knows him or his whereabouts or even has any stories about him that would be great! I just want to let him know that my Mother died last summer. Hername was Yvonne Smith but when they were married it was Evanoff of course. I would also like him to know he has a Granddaughter named Rachel who is a great athlete and I always tell her the stories my Mom used to tell me about him and it would be great to tell her some more!! I hope he's still alive because I would like to correspond either by email or by mail if he wants.

Keywords: Staff Sergeant First Class, Mother's name was Francis and his Dad's was Crume. has a sister named Mary Ann. Was raised on Quincy Street in Detroit, Michigan, which is where he met my Mom.



Entry: 49761
Subject: DGTRANSLATIONS

Pierre DiazGranados wrote on March 24, 2005


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Greetings from DGTranslations,

We do business in Miami, Florida, USA, and are in need of a Korean interpreter for this Monday, March 28, 2005 in the Miami/Coral Gables area at approximately 9:30 am, Eastern Standard Time and would like to ask for your help. Would you refer a Korean-English interpreter to us for legal proceedings?

Our telephone number is 1.305.868.7216.

Thank you for your consideration to this matter.

Sincerely,

Pierre DiazGranados
CTI
DGTranslations

purplegreen@earthlink.net

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Entry: 44840
Subject: CLASS OF WINTER OF 49-49

Robert A. Smith wrote on July 27, 2004

Email Update Needed



City and State: FLAT ROCK NC

Unit: CAN'T REMEMBER

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Does anyone remember the morning our instuctor (FBI agent)came into the classroom all excited stateing that we (FBI) have just broken the Russian code and learned of their plan to overthrow the USA without fiing a shot. Destroy our morality. infilitrate the teachers in our schools and collages, take over the pulpits of our churches, Use Hollywood to destroy our morals. Create rioting and burning in our cities. the Commies were active then and the plan called for the overthrow by the 90's.
With three weeks to go I wased out on my typing,got sixty 5 character groups per minute,but needed sixty-five error free for five minutes. Tried until !!:00PM deadline and couldn'tmake it.

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Entry: 32623
Subject: 191ST COMBAT INTEL CO., 312TH MI BN. 1ST CAV DIV

Fred Paxson wrote on March 9, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Was also in Korea 1978-79 at I Corps(ROK/US)Group G-2 at Uijongbu(Camp Red Cloud) and 1981-82 at 102nd MI Bn. (CEWI) 2nd Infantry Division in Tongduchon (Camps Hovey and Casey). Had my own hooch as a Spec/4(most E-7s didn't have their own room). Was a 96B Intelligence Analyst.

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Entry: 23765
Subject: 191ST MID CORRECTION TO EARLIER POSTING

Larry L. Taylor wrote on March 8, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Made mistake in earlier posting. Was there all of 1963, not as stated before. Sorry, but old age does that. Have just heard from former roommate in 191st. This site does work. Thank you somebody for making it up. Larry

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Entry: 23134
Subject: 191ST/2D MID - KOREA

Graydon Elliott wrote on February 13, 2002


City and State: STARKVILLE MS

Unit: 2D MI DETACHMENT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I was Ops Officer at 2d MID from Oct 1965 to Feb 1967. Unit designation had changed from 191st to 2d MI Det a couple months earlier when 1st Cav and 2d Inf Divisions swapped colors. All the SOPs, etc. still had the 191st headings. Served with two COs, Captains Prewitt Pace and Charlie Wilson.
I believe Dennis Rogers was still there. Name sounds familiar.

Keywords: 191st MID
2d MID



Entry: 22281
Subject: NEW E-MAIL ADDRESSS

Richard H. (Dick) Smith wrote on January 14, 2002


City and State: ROSWELL GA

Unit: 191CIC DET 1ST CALVERY DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments:

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Entry: 21233
Subject: 191ST MI DETACHMENT - KOREA

Dennis Rogers wrote on December 5, 2001

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: anyone around who served in the 191st MI Det in 1965. We were in the village of Paju-ri. Love to hear from you.

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Entry: 19970
Subject: 500TH MI GROUP

Will Squire wrote on October 15, 2001

Email Update Needed



City and State: APO AP

Unit: 500TH MI GROUP

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: I'm the Deputy Commander for the 500th MI Group in Japan and am interested in learning more details on both CI and Intel operations in Korea, especially anything involving the 500th. We trace our lineage back to the Allied Translator and Interpreter Section during WWII and the 500th MI Service Group during the Korean War. Official assignments are great, but personal accounts are even better. Thanks!

Will Squire
MAJ, MI
DCO

Keywords: 500th Military Intelligence Service Group, CIC, Counter Intelligence



Entry: 19185
Subject: 1964 191ST MID (CIC) KOREA

Larry L. Taylor wrote on September 4, 2001

Email Update Needed



City and State: NEWARK OH

Unit: 191ST MID

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Arrived at replacement station in Seoul. After many days Bob Thayer and I took two bottles to Sgt. at placement center and said we wanted best location in Korea, and if we got that there would be another two bottles for him. Next day a Jeep and trailer pulled up and ask for Thayer and Taylor. The driver had on a DAC patch and sidearm with shotgun in Jeep. I told Thayer "Now you done it. Look what we got." The driver laughed and said he only dressed that way when going to the "Flag Pole' in Seoul. Spend all of 1964 there. Do not have any contact wwith other members. Wish I did. Larry L. Taylor bltlar@alltel.net

Keywords: 191st MID (CIC) Korea Larry L. Taylor



Entry: 202
Subject: FIRST YEAR OF WAR

John Botteri wrote on November 20, 1998

Email Update Needed



City and State: CHARLOTTE NC

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: MY E-MAIL ADDRESS : J
I WAS WITH THE 191ST CIC DET ATTACHED TO IST CAV DIVE FOR THE FIRST YEAR OF THE KOREAN WAR

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