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Entry: 96449
Subject: ACTIVE YEARS

Ervin Walhof wrote on October 2, 2018


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Entry: 95335
Subject: 226 SIGNAL CORPS COMCENTER

Ronald (Ron) Redmon wrote on February 13, 2018


City and State: GREENSBORO NC

Unit: 4TH MISSLE COMMAND 226 SIGNAL

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am trying to locate any buddies from 1968 -1970, who were stationed at Camp Page
I was in Headquarters Company, and worked in the Comcenter

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Entry: 94961
Subject: SERVER CAMP PAGE

James Dillon SENIOR wrote on September 11, 2017


City and State: WILMINGTON NC

Unit: 226TH SIGNAL COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Camp Page 1st Duty station after Fort Gordon Signal School, GA.. Young High School dropout away from home. I grew up fast to a wild life in the town of Chun Chon Korea with friends I met in the Army around 1969 - 1970. My memory is not as sharp as I wish now at age 68 but I can
remember some good times and bad one while station there. May Gods blessing be on all that passed thru the camp. I do miss the experience and some of the Korean friends. The cold winter and hot summer. The alert call outs laying in the snow at the compound fence was no fun.
Fire watch keeping the kerosene heater lit while your friends sleep. Could think of other memories if I did not waste my time drinking in the local bars.
Hope all is well and contact me if you remember me. Work in the VHF repair shop around
1969 - 1970.

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Entry: 93530
Subject: 226 SIGNAL CO RADIO SECTION 71/72

Glenn Holmes wrote on July 30, 2016


City and State: AR

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CO RADIO SECTION CAMP PAGE KOREA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Comments: It would be great if I could find some members of the 226th Signal Co (71 / 72) that are still alive and kicking. I lost touch with just about everyone over the years and would like to reconnect with them.

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Entry: 91792
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFO

Zachary Shaut SR. wrote on August 29, 2015


City and State: VANCOUVER WA

Unit: 226TH SIGNAL COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for anyone that knew PFC Hayford. I believe that was his rank I have two grainy pictures. He was my Grandpa Bob. His name was Robert Hayford sr. I don't know when he was in the unit but I know he got out in 1968. From the info we have have he joined in 62 or 63. If this is the wrong place to post I am sorry. I am a vet myself I can't figure out how to get the info. Thank you all for your service and help.
Zachary Shaut former 91b Spc US Army

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Entry: 90204
Subject: CAMP PAGE CHUN CHON 76-77

Jimmy Angel wrote on December 15, 2014


City and State: JOLIET IL

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Ive Always Remembered Yous My Fellow Brethren-In-Arms. Youre Always in My Prayers. I was stationed in Camp Page 76-77. Jimmy Angel. If any of you would like to talk. contace me. jimmyasantangelo@gmail.com also https://www.facebook.com/JimmyA.SantAngelo. God Bless Yous & Jesus Is Still Lord! Praise The Lord. I SALUTE Yous! America; Bless God, & God Still Bless America. God Bless Korea!

Keywords: Operation Team Spirit; Maiden Voyage April 1977. Angel. Rodney Hamer, Lee Bolden, Lonzo Caves. James Secrist, Al Grondski, Dave Logan, Michael Delado, John Ayers, HERNANDEZ from NYC. And So Many More! God Bless Yous.



Entry: 90193
Subject: CAMP PAGE1960 TO 1962

Einar Sorli SR. wrote on December 14, 2014


City and State: RIDGE NY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: i was station at camp page from 1960 to 1962 161 conb eng would like to hear from anyone taht rembers me i was the guy that did not go out on a pass fpt the fires 2 months all i want for x masss is my 2 front tee can be reached at 631 5122739 hope to hear frmo anyoneth

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Entry: 89827
Subject: 71 TO 72

Dennis Clevenger wrote on October 21, 2014


City and State: KEARNEY MO

Unit: 226 SIG UNIT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

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Entry: 88207
Subject: JUST LOOKING

John Mento wrote on January 27, 2014


City and State: PHILA PA

Unit: SIGNAL CO CAMPCASEY KOREA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed at camp Casey from nov 66 till dec 67 do not remember the company I was assigned anyone who was stationed there during that time or later please let me know the signal company address

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Entry: 86879
Subject: LOOKING FOR RADIO MEN WHO SERVED FROM CAMP GORDON IN S. KOREA 1953-1954

David Sauls wrote on July 31, 2013


City and State: GRIFFIN GA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father was sent to Korea in 1953 after graduating from
radioman's school at Camp Gordon, Ga. His name is Cpl. Raymond
D. Sauls. Dad suffers from Alzheimer's and talks a lot about
his days in Korea, but he can't tell us his unit name or
anything like that, we have no military records, and his old
unifoos bear no unit insignia of any kind, just his corporal's
chevrons. If anyone can tell me anything, or ask me the right
questions that might lead to some answers about what he
actually did and who he was attached to, I would greatly
appreciate it.

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Entry: 86739
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANYONE THAT MAY HAVE SERVED WITH MY FATHER

Jason Rowley wrote on July 17, 2013


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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for anyone that may have been friends with or knew
my father. I got to going through a lot of his army things and
found a ton of photos from chunchon Korea and he was stationed at
camp page in July of 1962 for sure, im not sure how long before
or after that date he was stationed there. Anyhow I would like to
talk with anyone that may have known him or been stationed there
at that time to just learn a little bit about it all. He passed
away in 1993 from cancer, his name was James L. Rowley, and was
stationed at camp page in july of 1962, any help would be
appreciated thanks!

Keywords: My father was in the 226th signal company, was stationed at camp
page around July of 1962



Entry: 85741
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANY0NE STILL AROUND

Ed Grollemond wrote on March 21, 2013


City and State: ALLEGAN MI

Unit: 226 SIG SERVICE CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was a radio repair man in 1954 with the unit. If
anyone is still around you can pls post


thanks
ED

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Entry: 85023
Subject: 1ST CHARLES BASSETT 52-53 KORES

Troy Lee wrote on December 21, 2012


City and State: LAWTON OK

Unit: 226TH

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who was station with 1LT Charles
Bassett, around 52-53 in Korea with the 226th Sig Co

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Entry: 85022
Subject: 1LT CHARLES BASSETT 52=53 KOREA

Troy Lee wrote on December 21, 2012


City and State: LAWTON OK

Unit: 226TH

Service or Relationship: Coast Guard Veteran

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Entry: 83664
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO SERVES W/ME 1954-1955 W/226TH SIGNAL C0.

Marvin Riskevich wrote on July 16, 2012


City and State: BALDWIN ND

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CORRPS MOTOR POOL

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

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Entry: 80860
Subject: 226TH SIG CO

Charley B. Stanley JR. wrote on November 1, 2011


City and State: CASHIERS NC

Unit: 226TH SIG CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was with the 226th Sig Co in Korea from 1971 to
1973 I am looking for some men that I served
with.`Robert W.Verona, J. Easley, Elisha N. Bouie,
Harvey L. Smith, Francis C. Williams, Sgt Woody, and
all the men from the radio section

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Entry: 80855
Subject: LOOKING FOR

Charley B. Stanley JR. wrote on October 31, 2011


City and State: CASHIERS NC

Unit: 226 SIG CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

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Entry: 79463
Subject: I FOUND A ZIPPO LIGHTER

Toni Hasty wrote on June 28, 2011


City and State: HUNTINGTON TX

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: I found a zippo lighter that states "KOREA 64-65" "over the mountains through the rice paddys comes the cry of the korean sexie" "ee dee wha g i "
"love is the greatest thing in hold world" with dog tag emblem between the words in and the. Can anyone tell me the history of the sayings? Or the lighter I found it if anyone lost it let me know i will give it back my email is lildarlin1889#yahoo.com thank you for fighting for our freedom and for any help you can give me

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Entry: 79268
Subject: CAMP PAGE, 226 SIGNAL, RADIO SECTION 1964-65

David Kowalsky wrote on June 10, 2011


City and State: HOLLY MI

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CO, RADIO SECTION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed at Camp Page, 226 Signal, Radio section, from Feb. 1964 until March of 1965. I have been looking for some men I served with, Francis Burk, Sam Long, Charlie Mixon, Ron Nelson, Larry Jones, Bob and Jim Pitt, Ervin Walhof, Ed Neibauer, Don Biller I would love to hear from anyone in my section or anyone who knows the whereabouts of my friends. This is a re post... I forgot Peter J. Maher "Ghost"

Keywords: Camp Page, 226 Signal, Radio section 1964-65  



Entry: 79206
Subject: 226 SIGNAL, 1964-65

David Kowalsky wrote on June 5, 2011


City and State: HOLLY MI

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CO, RADIO SECTION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed at Camp Page, 226 Signal, Radio section, from Feb. 1964 until March of 1965. I have been looking for some men I served with, Francis Burk, Sam Long, Charlie Mixon, Ron Nelson, Larry Jones, Bob and Jim Pitt, Ervin Walhof, Ed Neibauer, Don Biller I would love to hear from anyone in my section or anyone who knows the whereabouts of my friends.

Keywords: Keywords: Camp Page, 226 Signal, Radio section 1964-65  



Entry: 78115
Subject: IN 226TH SIGNAL COMPANY, 4TH MISSILE CMD IN 63-64

Maurice Cammack wrote on March 8, 2011


City and State: GALLMAN MS

Unit: 226TH SIGNAL COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I served as a Platoon Leader in the 226th Signal Company at Camp Page from Oct 1963 to Oct 1964. This was my first assignment after being appointed a Warrant Officer. I was also the OIC of the Post CommCenter and was the 4th Missile Command Cryptosecurity Officer. My NCOIC was SGT Clay, and remember a Crypto Clerk who was PFC Phillips. The Crypto Repairman was SP4 Immosette, who I met by chance years later at a Restaurant in Iowa. Also remember a great softball pitcher, SP4 Plymale, and some other great soldiers.

The first Command Signal Officer I worked for was Major Raymond, who was replaced by CPT Miracke. My BOQ roomates were Lt Morrison, Lt Healey, a Lt who went back to the states soon after my arrival as a member of the US Army Shooting Team, and Lt. Arnold from NJ.

Would love to hear from any of these guys or others who worked in the 226th during this period.

Keywords: 226th Signal Company, COMMCenter



Entry: 77060
Subject: IN CAMP WALKER,KOREA, 1952

Richard Cole wrote on December 6, 2010


City and State: MINNEAPOLIS MN

Unit: 226TH SIG. SERVICE BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Anyone still alive out there that was in the outfit in'52?

Keywords: 1 Lt. R.H. Cole



Entry: 74188
Subject: JAMES E. WEED PHOTO

James Weed wrote on April 2, 2010


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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

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Entry: 73340
Subject: 12-67 TILL 1-69 COMMCENTER 226 SIGNAL

Michael Sumpter wrote on January 29, 2010


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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for rainbow club/commcenter friends 12 1 67 till 1 69. 226 signal Michael sumpter "pyle-gon-mode"

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Entry: 72831
Subject: LOOKING FOR MIND CONTROL SUBJECTS 1957 - 1959 JAPAN, KOREA

Curtis Mullins wrote on December 20, 2009


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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for military personal that experienced attempts by agents to
modify their behavior, Korea and Japan 1957 - 1959.

Keywords: 226 Signal Co. Korea 1957



Entry: 72800
Subject: LOOKING FOR YOU

Alphonzo Yates wrote on December 16, 2009


City and State: NEW ORLEANS LA

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CO VHF SECTION 70-71

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

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Entry: 71239
Subject: 226TH SIGNAL COMPANY

Sam Snyder wrote on August 12, 2009

Email Update Needed



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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: You know, now I have gotten to the age of 65 going on 66. I look back on my days, and I still have memories of Chun Chon, (Camp Page) I just read where they closed her down. WOW. People will never know know the hard times, good times, and the mighty fine Cadre that served at this Camp. I was with the 226th Signal Company. I was a loud mouth kid of 17 years old. I had just first got there and they put my bunk on the top of the quansite hut, I had went out and into the village and had a few beers, maybe a girl, just depended on how much won I had. When I got back prior to 2300 hours, my bunk was on the roof. I had a hell of a time getting it down off there, but you can bet your ass one thing, that night no one slept unitl I got the bunk down, put back together and showered and took my good ole easy time doing it, remember some of the men were older because they had been drafted, I was young and healthy as a buck, and could move two days without any rest. It turned out that those same men that had down that turned out to be the best friends a fella could have. Colonel Metcalf was the Commander then, Hell of a man, he had us rolling all the time. I think he might have been trigger happy. You all know, Signal is first in and last out, no matter what the hell anyone tells you. I never moved so much Camo netting in my born days, we had trucks loaded with it. I never could understand this, while we were putting this netting over everyting, migs would fly over low, we would wave at them. Sometimes as we get older we see thing different, I promise. One time we spent 30 complete days on the DMZ, and slept in the two man tents, I do not think that the Army Air Mattress was worth anything, I never could get one to hold air. Anyway enough ramblings on. Just thought I would start you men thinking again, 4th Missile Command is gone forever. You all take care of yourself, Sam Snyder (m48tankerman)

Keywords: Camp Page



Entry: 71238
Subject: M/SGT ROBERT C. WENTZEL

Lyra Josefsson wrote on August 12, 2009


City and State: REDDING CA

Unit: 51ST INFANTRY AFFE

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father served for 20 years in the US Army. He was in Korea when I was born in Massachusetts March 25, 1953. I would love to know anything about his time in Korea. My oldest son, Rob, who is named after him will marry a lovely Korean woman in October 2009. Rob's birthday is June 25.
Thank you all for your sacrifices for me, my husband, and my 3 sons.
Lyra Barbara Wentzel Josefsson

Keywords: Sarge RC Pop Bob



Entry: 70628
Subject: WHERE WAS MY DAD STATIONED, ED NICOLETTI?

Ed Nicoletti JR. wrote on June 19, 2009


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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am trying to learn more about what my father did in the Korean War. His name was Edward Nicoletti, from Fall River, MA. He died in 1983 when I was 18.

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Entry: 70503
Subject: MY FATHER GLEN G. WILLIAMSON

Keith Williason wrote on June 9, 2009


City and State: SHREVEPORT LA

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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: My Father, Master Sargent Glen G. Williamson, one of your brothers in arms, served as a teletype repairmen in the signal company passed away September 17, 2008. He was one week shy of his 83rd birthday. I don't remember which signal company, but I know he told me he served under General Huddleston. He told me many stories. I miss him so much and deeply grieve his loss. He lived in Haynesville, Louisiana. He is survived by his spouse of 53 years, 3 children and 2 grandchildren. He was my father and I miss him. I honor his memory by honoring you men in whatever way I can.
Sincerely, Keith E. Williamson

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Entry: 70214
Subject: SHORT TIMERS

Mike Sergent wrote on May 18, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State: STOW OH

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CO VHF SECTION CAMP PAGE

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: ALSO 7TH ARMY SIG. SUPPORT, BAUMHOLDER, WEST GERMANY

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Entry: 69802
Subject: MOUNT USELESS

Mike Sergent wrote on April 9, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State: STOW OH

Unit: 226 SIG VHF

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: WE GOT A LOT OF WORK TO DO IN THE MOTOR POOL.

Keywords: 1964 1965



Entry: 68760
Subject: HELLO, OUT THERE. CAMP PAGE 72 AND 73

Melvin Boyers wrote on January 20, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State: DEXTER MO

Unit: 226 SIG.CAMP PAGE

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Been looking for anyone that was there, I was there when the helicopter went down in the river, the crew chief and 6mo baby were killed was sent to guard it.We were sent to look for N.Koreans that came through the DMZ north of us ,Sgt.Blas sguad was sent Earl Bratly was our driver .If anyone was there would like to hear from you.

Keywords: Anyone that was at Page, 72 and 73



Entry: 68735
Subject: 226 SIG. 4TH MSL COMMAND-LATE '73 TO'75

Lee Chick wrote on January 18, 2009


City and State: HERINGTON KS

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CORP-4TH MSL COMMAND

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Would like to hear from ->anybody, that was in Camp Page from '73 to '76.(Even later,what the heck! lol!)

Keywords: Camp Page, Chunchon, Club ->Fiancee',Herman,(Georgia) Speedy,and John,(Texas-San Antonio),Hippie,(Rhode Island),Mike Kamper,(Chicago),Time spent-> approximately
Nov.'73 to Sept.'75. (Extension until ETS)



Entry: 68502
Subject: LOOKING FOR BUDDIES

Ken Lankard wrote on January 2, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I served at Camp Page between December 1968 and April 1970, 226th Signal Company as a radio repair technician. I specialized in HF.
Looking for buddies from that era.

Keywords: Camp Page, Korea. 226 Signal Company.



Entry: 66321
Subject: 226TH SIG CO MACRCH 1970 TO APRIL 1971

Philip Calvert wrote on July 2, 2008


City and State: GAINSVILLE FL

Unit: 226TH SIG CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Did my TOD at Camp Page in Chunchon. I was in the radio platoon with Sgt Jones, good guy after all. Spent a lot of time as 1st Sgt's driver and mail clerk. Bill Southern was a hell of an E-7. Got booted out of the HQ when "Snorkel and Otto" took over. Cliff Branch was CO, late AG of Alabama. Made lots of friends, Rod Fitz, Mark Silverblatt, Jim Goodman, Bob Petrusso, Warren Andrews, Bob Weide, Robert Lavallee, Freddy Rodriguez, Jeff Zilhaver and many others. I am still in touch with Tony Lamb and Chuck Cottom. Radke won't communicate and George Powell lived here in Gainesville for awhile but has moved away. Glad I was there would not do it again.

Keywords: Kimchi, ramen, mokolai, Katusas, B-Clubs, Mount Useless(I never climbed it), tea houses, driving to Seoul and back numerous times on that two lane mountain road, going on field excersises to Wonju and Sok Cho, Sgts Craigmiles and Schrade, doing photography in the photo lab, eating out in the "vil".



Entry: 64843
Subject: 226TH VHF 1960-62

Ron Cesek wrote on March 21, 2008

Email Update Needed



City and State: SOLON OH

Unit: 226TH SIGNAL CORP VHF TEAMCHIEF

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Coates, Carr, Bowers, Logan, Rush, Caggegi, Casilias, Percel, Corson, Weber . . "is there anybody . . out there?"

Keywords: Ship?
Went home on the mann after a 28 day delay while a repair was made to a cracked hullplate. Ran into a typhoon off the coast of Japan coming back up from the Philippines . . remember?

Aircraft?
How about that airlift to Kimpo for the test firing . . remember?

Kennedy's overseas tour extension, the R.O.K. army took over the government . . remember?



Entry: 64364
Subject: STILL LOOKING FOR YA

Alphonzo Yates wrote on February 19, 2008


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Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: where r yall guys i ll continue to try and locate somebody who was there with me oscar williams harvey illinois ,ken armstrong (green pea)francis nicoletti,sgt white,

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Entry: 64098
Subject: 226 SIGNAL VHF SECTION 70-71

Alphonzo Yates wrote on January 30, 2008


City and State: NEW ORLEANS LA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

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Entry: 63681
Subject: HELLO, OUT THERE.

Melvin Boyers wrote on January 4, 2008

Email Update Needed



City and State: DEXTER MO

Unit: 226 SIG.CAMP PAGE

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was in the wire section.I am looking for some of the guys. Dan Abrego,Larry Evans,James Cook,Earl Bratby,Ben Malone,Antonio Blas,Robert Baird and Charles Roberts. O,B.Daddy Blankenship I think that you are on this.membership call me. PFC Lee M.H,PFC Kang,W.J,and PFC,Boo,M.H. Melvin Boyers

Keywords: Looking for any one that was at Camp Page or The 226 Sig. Co. 72 to 73.



Entry: 62869
Subject: 226 SIG CO VHF SEC.70-71

Alphonzo Yates wrote on November 6, 2007


City and State: NEW ORLEANS LA

Unit: 226 SIGNAL VHF SEC

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: let s hear from u some of us guys gotta be alive i know that i m not the only 1

Keywords: shylark club wanna hear form choi gu neio



Entry: 62868
Subject: 226 SIG CO VHF SEC.70-71

Alphonzo Yates wrote on November 6, 2007


City and State: NEW ORLEANS LA

Unit: 226 SIGNAL VHF SEC

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: let s hear from u some of us guys gotta be alive i know that i m not the only 1

Keywords: shylark club



Entry: 61839
Subject: EARLY ASSIGNMENT AT CAMP PAGE 1958

Charles Brydges wrote on August 1, 2007

Email Update Needed



City and State: LEWISVILLE NC

Unit: 226TH SIGNAL COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I went from Japan (Yokohama) to Korea (Inchon) aboard
the USS General Mitchell on January 23, 1958. Billeted
at Poop Young Nee until Camp Page was finished. We wore the 1st ROK Army patch on one sleeve and the 8th
Army patch on the other. I started the special services office there and brought 6 bowling alleys up to Chunchon from Seoul on an Honest John flat-bed trailer. I also started other sports groups/activities at Camp Page. I did the MARS phone patches from Page
to Tokyo early on. If anyone can remember any of this, please get in touch.

Keywords: Chuck. Worked with Capt. Kreiger and others.



Entry: 61737
Subject: 226SIG CO

Pete Maher wrote on July 25, 2007

Deceased

City and State: SUSSEX WI

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: looking for any one who served with the 226 th sig co after they moved to camp carrol and if any one knows if they are still there they have been in korea for a long time also what patch are they wearing now thanks hope to hear from you soon i was at camp page in 64 65 raido sec pete

Keywords: 226 Sig. Co



Entry: 61418
Subject: LOOKING FOR 226 SIGNAL/TAEGU 1953-1954

William (Bill) Sanders wrote on June 26, 2007


City and State: NORTH HILLS CA

Unit: 226 SIGNAL SERVICE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for buddies: Tom Gordon, Springfield, Mas. Eddie MacBride, Baltimore. Springer, Minot ND Still stay in touch with Tom Accettura in Portland,OR. See him frequently and talk on phone all the time. In touch with Frank Fernandez in Florida. Great times at EM club free nights. Freezing cold guard duty. HUT 234 was the best. All night whist games. Talk about old movies. Taking the deuce and half to work at K-COM-Z communication center. Geronimo from New Jersey.

Keywords: Friends: Tom Gordon, Springfield, Mas Eddie MacBride, Baltimore. Frank Fernandes, Florida. My nickname was "Willie" The EM club. Downtown Taegu Anyone in "HUT 234" Best hut in unit. Work at K-COM-Z communication center.



Entry: 60600
Subject: CAMP PAGE BASE CONTAMINATION!

Richard Combs wrote on April 8, 2007

Email Update Needed



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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Just wanted to update my email address (korea66_67@yahoo.com)and ask if anyone has heard anymore about base contaminations and AO sprayed before 1968. Also wanted to know locations of our radio sites "No Name, Nameless and Kathy". I can't remember how we got there, but I do remember the East coast and Sok Cho.

Rich

Keywords: 226th Signal
Camp Page
4th Missile Command



Entry: 59653
Subject: SERVING IN THE 226TH BETWEEN 11-50 AND 4-52

Donald L. Creasey wrote on January 18, 2007

Email Update Needed



City and State: SARASOTA FL

Unit: 226TH SIGNAL SERVICE CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: It would be great if I could find some members of the 226th that are still alive and talk about the good and bad times we had. I lost touch with so many over the years and would like to reconnect with them.

Keywords: Camp Walker; Wonju; And others places we were stationed at but cannot remember their names anymore.



Entry: 58957
Subject: PATCHES

Wm. Anglin wrote on September 19, 2006


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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was at Camp Page from 1966 - 1967 226th signal Bat.
I'm looking for both patches we had to wear 1st rok Army and 4th us Missile.


Thanks
Bill

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Entry: 57819
Subject: US ARMY MISSILE COMAND PATCHES

Pete Maher wrote on June 26, 2006

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit: 226 SIGNAL CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I found some subdued US Army Missile Command Patches they dont have the tab. But its a start. I found them through THE SUPPLY SERGEANT
845 BRENKMAN DRIVE
PEKIN IL 61554
URL: http://www.militaryclothing.com

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Entry: 56028
Subject: NEW EMAIL ADDRESS JAMES LEDBETTER

James Ledbetter wrote on February 28, 2006

Email Update Needed



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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Updating email address........... dkblove@sbcglobal.net

Would love to hear from you all!
Jim

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