2nd Logistical Command Headquarters Company


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Entry: 96827
Subject: AGENT ORANGE

HAROLD CAMPBELL wrote on November 27, 2018


City and State: MATTOON IL

Unit: 412 TRANS CO

Service or Relationship: 1968 to 1970

Comments: I wood like to here from anyone that was there . Fighting Va over agent orange for heart and prostate cancer

Keywords: longshoreman



Entry: 94600
Subject: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND

jimmie webb SENIOR wrote on May 9, 2017


City and State: CHICAGO IL

Unit: 555 MAINT COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I too work on equipment from Vietnam that was cover with red dust and i'm sure agent orange we present in that dust. trailers, 21/2 ton , 5 ton trucks , replacement of floor in trailers , and slide boards , replacement of landing legs . We all were exposed to agent orange and we spent 18-30 month handling it . I have not seen Okinawa listed an an agent orange storage site, but it sure there second hand . I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in February 1991 and I wonder if it related to my exposure agent orange. i was station on Okinawa 1965 -1969

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Entry: 91893
Subject: PHOTOS OF NAHA PORT FROM NAHA WHEEL

Carl Nicks JR wrote on September 14, 2015


City and State:

Unit: HQ COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I saw some requests for pictures of Naha Port. I have some that were taken in 1968 or 1969. I was stationed at Naha Wheel just south of Naha Port. Hq company which was next door to the 412 Transportation Company. Capt William Toel was the commanding officer.

Keywords: naha port, naha wheel



Entry: 90844
Subject: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND

Frank Hulse III wrote on March 22, 2015


City and State: BARTLESVILLE OK

Unit: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I worked with a number of fine men while stationed in Okinawa 1969-1971 - CWO William Watson, Robert O'Connell, Kenneth Sears, Kenneth Dunning, Kim Bergenthal and a number of special Okinawan LN's, Shimabuku-san, Nakandakari-San, Oshro-san, Lily, Mrs. Poole. I would love to hear from any of these folks.
Frank

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Entry: 90753
Subject: HQ&HQ 2ND LOG COMMAND, OKINAWA

Everardo (Eve) Perez wrote on March 10, 2015


City and State: BROWNSVILLE TX

Unit: HQ&HQ CO. 2ND LOG COMMAND

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for Army Buddies that worked at the Hq &Hq Co 2nd Log Command unit in Sukiran, which was near Machinato and Naha. I was stationed in the unit that processed the Military Police Reports under SG E-6 Woods during late 1969 thru March 1971. Knew some buddies named Bearl Friedman, John Bungo, J. Page, who worked in drafting dpt., etc. We lived in barracks just in front of the Hq &Hq bldg. Also were very good friends with a 1LT who would go with us to Machinato to eat out and have a good time. can't remember the other buddies names but we all had a good time going to Machinato, Kadena, etc. Also visited Iowo Jima while in Okinawa.


Keywords: John Bungo, J Page, SG Zapata, Garza,Bearl Friedman, SSG Woods,



Entry: 89129
Subject: ARMY VETERAN

Douglas (Doug) Braga wrote on June 8, 2014


City and State:

Unit: 412TH TRANSPORTATION CO., NAHA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Arrived Naha Okinawa September 11,1966 on the troop ship Gen Maurice Rose.
Departed April 1968.
Great to hear from any of you guys.

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Entry: 88775
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANYONE HOW KNEW CHRIS BAILEY

John Bailey wrote on April 23, 2014


City and State:

Unit: 2ND LOG COM

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: my dad was station in Okinawa in 1968 to 1969 and was and spoke of many things that men were exposed to that made him sick.im looking for answers if anyone can help thank you for your support and your service to our country in time of need.

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Entry: 86200
Subject: 154 TRANS CO. (TERMINAL SERVICE)

Roger Olson wrote on May 15, 2013


City and State: PHOENIX AZ

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Seeking any person who arrived in Okinawa with the 154 Trans Co
(1966) and then reassigned to 2 Log Cmd to work as Stock
Commodies Manages. Especially would like to know the where
abouts of Sp5 Arnold (Sam) K. Miller

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Entry: 86028
Subject: US ARMY ATCO

Dave Wagner wrote on April 22, 2013


City and State: DETROIT MI

Unit: USA TRANS 2ND LOG COMD

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: looking for anyone who went TDY for their entire tour to US
Army Air transport command or Army ATCO and worked out of the
MAC air freight building or on the cargo area along runway 05R
at Kadena Airbase. Any airforce security police who knew of the
barracks that housed all the services next to the WAF barracks.
Or anyone who drove the flatbeds from up north on Hwy 1 to Naha
Harbor from May 1970 to April 1971

Keywords: Naha Harbor, ATCO, Kadena,



Entry: 85935
Subject: 526TH MAINTANCE CO

David Mills wrote on April 10, 2013


City and State: SOUTH HILL VA

Unit: 526TH MAINTANCE CO.

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: wood like to hear from any one that was in the 526 maintance co
1967-1969

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Entry: 83652
Subject: EVAC FROM KUNSAN

Albert Barrera wrote on July 15, 2012


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Looking for anyone who knows about some marines
evacuated from Kunsan (possibly the 100th/442nd?) so
they could be shipped to the states to train other
soldiers. They were supposed to have shipped out of
Pusan but there was a last minute change in the evac
order and they boarded ships from Kunsan instead. As
they were heading out, the port of Pusan was bombed
because the enemy believed the men were leaving out of
that port and didn't know the order had been changed.

Anyone information regarding this would be greatly
appreciated!

Keywords: Kunsan, Pusan, evacuation, 100th, bombed, attacked, port



Entry: 83171
Subject: 2ND LOG OKINAWA

Joe Sipala wrote on May 28, 2012


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Air Force Veteran

Comments: Anyone wishing to find others who served with the 2nd
Log on Okinawa, please visit Agent Orange Okinawa on
FB. We need more vets to step forward. Do you have any
color pictures of your time on the Rock that shows
those 55 gallon barrels? Do you have AO related
illnesses and never had boots down? Come join the fight.

Keywords: 2nd Log - NAHA, Okinawa



Entry: 82071
Subject: LOOKING FOR 2ND LOG CMD ARMY VETS STATIONED OKINAWA BETWEEN 1970-71

Isaac Templeton JR. wrote on February 9, 2012


City and State: FORT WASHINGTON MD

Unit: 2ND LOG CMD CO B

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: I was stationed in Okinawa 1970-71. Assigned to the
2nd Log HQ. I want to know if there are other
veterans stationed in okinawa that worked in the
depot shipping supplies and chemicals to Viet Nam who
may have been effected with prostrate cancer and
other health problems from handling supplies and
chemicals.



Entry: 79854
Subject: OKINAWAN MEMORIES

Bruce Young wrote on August 3, 2011


City and State: MUNDELEIN IL

Unit: HQ HQ CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Never able to return to see the transition out of VN. Frist child was born on the island. There from April of 67 until Aug of 68. Remember the Publo and the work of processing the Thai Army?

Keywords: Stationed in Marchinato..lived in Naha 



Entry: 77681
Subject: FOUND LAST CHAPLAIN

Dale Felty wrote on January 31, 2011


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: In my search for the Chaplains that I worked with at Fort Lee, Va has been found. Much to my sadness Chaplain Walter E. Casey was found to be now deceased.
The where-a-bouts of Dan Finney, Ron Johnson, would be greatly appreciated.

Keywords: HQ HQ 2nd Log Comd (C)
Fort Lee Virginia



Entry: 76310
Subject: ANYONE REMEMBER COL.F.J. OWENS FROM 7TH LOG COMMAND?

John Kohn wrote on October 1, 2010


City and State: FL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Col. Owens is my wife's grandfather. I am attempting to find out more about him. She only knew him in the final years of his life and anything would be helpful, ie; photos, links with related context.

Keywords: 7th Logistical Command, Provost Marshal 1960



Entry: 72910
Subject: I WAS THERE

Gordon Lee wrote on December 26, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: i was there healquters, 1953 -1954



Entry: 72331
Subject:

John W. Trotter wrote on November 13, 2009


City and State: SPRINGVILLE AL

Unit: 82ND ABN./25 DIV/ 2ND LOG

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Was with the 2nd Log in 1953 with the military police appox 2 or 3 mo rotated home.

Keywords: With the 25th Div until wounded 27,dec 1952 Kuhuma Korea.
Osaka hospital 5 mo .2nd Log appox 2 or 3mo Military police



Entry: 72234
Subject: HQ HQ 2ND LOG COMD (C)

Dale Felty wrote on November 7, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State: RICHMOND IN

Unit: HQ HQ 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND (C) CHAPLAIN DIV, FT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was with the Chaplains Division, Hq Hq 2nd Logistical Command (C), Ft Lee, Virginia. I was there from November 1964 to June 1965. Three months after I was discharged, the company (A Strike Outfit) was shipped out to Okinawa. Some thirty (30) years later, I renew our friendship with Col Pitman,(now deceased) and later I found Lt Col Barrett. a retired minister. Maj. Casey was never located, as he returned to the Roman Catholic church as a Priest and retired, (I haven't been able to find his exact location.)
I would be happy to hear from any of the fellows from this company.

Keywords: Chaplain Pitman (Col), Chaplain William P. Barrett (Lt Col), Chaplain Casey (Major)Pvt. Ron Johnson, PFC Dan Finney, SSgt Collier,
Spc 4 Henry Wright.



Entry: 70812
Subject: 2ND LOG 1953

John w. Trotter wrote on July 5, 2009


City and State: SPRINGVILLE AL

Unit: *2ND ABN ,25TH DIV, 2ND LOG

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: 25th Div wounded Kumhwa Korea Dec 27,1952
2nd log 1953 military police



Entry: 63150
Subject: KOJE-DO UPRISING POW CAMP

Robert Granados wrote on November 23, 2007

Email Update Needed



City and State: COPAKE NY

Unit: S-2 COMBAT ENGINEERS RECON TAEGUE KOREA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: Hi, My captain was transferred from koje-do to our unit up into center of Korea, Taegu. His name is Captain Castro. Our commander's name is Lt. Col.
Henry Schrader. Dealt mainly with Gen. Maxwell
Taylor in Seoul supplying intell data. Know whereabouts of either Castro or Schrader?




Entry: 62083
Subject: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND HQ _ HQ CO.

Milford Scherf wrote on August 25, 2007

Email Update Needed



City and State: ORLANDO FL

Unit: G-4 SECTION, 2ND LOG. COMD.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was in the G-4 Section of the 2nd Log.Command during the 18 month period from Sept. 1951 until April 1953. I have been in touch with a few of the guys over the years and would like to find more. I was there during the Koje Do POW Prisoner Uprising and helped in the establisment of the 500 man POW compund units.
Anyone know of any Past,Present or future Reunions ?

Keywords: Hialeah Compound, G-1, G-2 G-3 and G-4 Sections in the downtown Bldg, near the RTO.



Entry: 61374
Subject: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND

Emil Vana wrote on June 22, 2007


City and State: KELLER TX

Unit: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Just here to meet buddies

Keywords: Pork Chop Hill
Yellow River



Entry: 59794
Subject: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND HQ CO

Gerald Schefer wrote on January 25, 2007

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND HQ CO KOREAN BASE SECTION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: In Pusan fall 1952 to summer 1953. Lived at Hialeah Compound and worked in Signal section at downtown Headquarters building by rail road station.

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Entry: 58074
Subject:

Gordon D. Lee wrote on July 12, 2006

Email Update Needed



City and State: FT MYERS FL

Unit: HQ

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

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Entry: 56745
Subject: I AM NOT OF THE KOREAN WAR ERA. I WAS IN THE 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND ON OKINWA FOR 18 MONTHS 67TO69.I

Jim King wrote on April 20, 2006

Email Update Needed



City and State: CUMBERLAND MD

Unit: 16TH LIGHT EQUIPMENT GENERAL SUPPORT/AT MACHINATO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: God Bless all thos warriors and heros that was there at all those battles. They are like ships in the night now a days also. WW II warriors are all fading and going across that bridge to lay under the tree, like General Stonewall Jackson said before he went. May God Bless and keep all those Korean Vets that are still here and those who were taken so young and so long ago, I salute all you fine Americans. God Bless Jim King

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Entry: 47688
Subject: TEAM SPRIT-DATES

Terrance Reed wrote on December 24, 2004


City and State: WYANDOTTE MI

Unit: USS OKINAWA/KILO 3/3

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: I'd like to find out if any record of ships or units that participated in Operation Team Sprit exists from the years 1978/1979. I participated in one of these and would like to know the months that 3/3. I'm trying to establish a time line of my service time in the Corps. Any help would be appreciated, Thanks, Terry

Keywords: USS Okinawa (LPH # ) Kilo Company 3/3 (from Kanohe Bay Marine Corps Air Station)



Entry: 46738
Subject: 8131ST ARMY UNIT, 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND, 95TH TRANSPORTATION CAR COMPANY, HIALEAH COMPOUND, PUSAN K

Gerry Strong SR. wrote on November 9, 2004


City and State: GRAPEVIEW WA

Unit: 8131ST ARMY UNIT -HQ CO 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND - H

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Trying to update my e-mail from mupples@olypen.com to twogerrys@hotmail.com

Keywords: trying to locate some friends - "chogie" Richard Sommers, an MP named Apple, John Underdown, 1st sgt Stockrowski, Lt. Seegar, Tolliver and anyone else who was there from Oct 1953 to Feb 1955, Great Pusan Fire thanksgiving night 1953, any VIP drivers in Pusan, mess sgt Yount, Ration breakdown sgt Joe ? from Minnesota



Entry: 41721
Subject: 2ND LOG COM

John W. Trotter wrote on March 14, 2004


City and State: SPRINGVILLE AL

Unit: 82ABN 25 DIV 2ND LOG

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Started with 82nd Airborne Transfer to 25th Div
spring 1952. Wounded in Dec.1952 hospital 6 mo.
Was with the 2nd Log short time with military
police at Hialiah compound 1953.

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Entry: 37033
Subject: DEC 1951 ON

Harlan Gerber wrote on September 20, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State: YONKERS NY

Unit: 520 SIGNAL BASE DEPOT PUSAN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: arrived dec 51 was part of 2nd log command, in a short time the army did away with this designation and we became 8th army.i was assigned to the 520 signal base depot,i was then transfered to the 521 signal co and went to tague,then we were transfered to the 181st signal depot company and moved up to yong dong po,this is where i stayed until i rotated home in may 1953.we also had with us the 205th sigaal repair co. and the 2nd crystal grinding team. all together we we made up the the eighth army signal depot. would be glad to hear from anyone who was there with me

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Entry: 36435
Subject: HAMPTON

Terry Williams wrote on August 23, 2003


City and State: MONTEREY CA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: For Bob Tate. Found your site by luck. Am interested in information you may have on LTC Hampton.

Keywords: Hampton



Entry: 33942
Subject: 546 ENG.FIRE FIGHTING CO.

Anthony Kowalczyk wrote on May 2, 2003


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: looking for buddys

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Entry: 33083
Subject: 2ND LOG COMMAND 1962-63

Jim Adams wrote on March 26, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: I WAS WITH HQ CO AND WENT ON SWIFT STRIKE II DOWN IN THE SO CAROLINAS. REMEMBER ONE GUY WE CALLED "CHIEF" A SGT BRICE POLIER (sp ?). RE-ASSIGNED TO FT LEWIS THEN TO BENNING W/ 11TH AIR ASSAULT.

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Entry: 30421
Subject:

Gordon Lee wrote on December 16, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: FL

Unit: HQ

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: mar3 1953 threaug 1954

Keywords: remmer me i was 18 hilleal camp,looking for cpl melivan i was a i was decoring message for army



Entry: 22274
Subject: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND C

Russell Baugh wrote on January 13, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit: 2ND LOG AVIATION SECTION

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: I spent 6 months on the line with the 7th Division Aviation Section in 1951/1952 and was transferred to 2nd Log Comd in February 1952. I lived in Hialeah Compound in a quonset hut across from the junior officers ness.

I flew an L-19, a Navion and a Beaver from a small field about one mile from the Air Force K-2 airfield. Our mission was to transport 2nd Log personnel throughout the area generally south of Seoul although we occasionally had to transport visiting dignitaries up to units on the front line. There were only two pilots assigned to the Log Command so we were quite busy. I rotated to the US in September 1952 and was then stationed at Fort Lewis, WA.

We, there were two of us pilots assigned to the Log Command, flew a lot of missions to Koje Do island, about a twenty minute flight over water, during the prison riots and the subsequent separation of prisoners into smaller 500 man compounds at Koje and another area on the southwestern coast of Korea. Hope someone might enjoy hearing about this.

I returned to Korea in 1969 and commanded the 7th Division Aviation Battalion.

I retired from the Army in 1978 after an enjoyable time, doing generally what I liked to do . . .FLY. Of course, there were times when I was in other assignments.

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Entry: 21698
Subject: LOOKING FOR HISTORY OF 2ND LOG

Hank Dearborn wrote on December 23, 2001

Email Update Needed



City and State: KLAMATH FALLS OR

Unit: 2ND LOG COMMAND HQ CO

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: i was in 2nd log command, hq company at fort lee va, in 1962 then shipped out to europe and never knew where the outfit went

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Entry: 19822
Subject: 8131ST ARMY UNIT, 2ND LOG - HIALEAH COMPOUND 53 - 55

Gerry Strong wrote on October 7, 2001


City and State: SEQUIM WA

Unit: TDY 95TH TRANSPORTATION (CAR CO)

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Was only 17 when I got there and everyone called me "Junior" - Most never knew my name Gerry Strong. Remember Richard Sommers - Sgt Gibbs (PPPphhhhbbbttttt) John Underdown - Chogie. Butch a young Korean working in the Hobby Shop.

Keywords: Pusan - Hialeah Compound - Pusan Fire 1953 - 1st Sgt Stockrowski - 95th Car Co. Lt Earl Seegar



Entry: 19821
Subject: 8131ST ARMY UNIT, 2ND LOG - HIALEAH COMPOUND 53 - 55

Gerry Strong wrote on October 7, 2001


City and State: SEQUIM WA

Unit: TDY 95TH TRANSPORTATION (CAR CO)

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Was only 17 when I got there and everyone called me "Junior" - Most never knew my name Gerry Strong. Remember Richard Sommers - Sgt Gibbs (PPPphhhhbbbttttt) John Underdown - Chogie. Butch a young Korean working in the Hobby Shop.

Keywords: Pusan - Hialeah Compound - Pusan Fire 1953 - 1st Sgt Stockrowski - 95th Car Co. Lt Earl Seegar



Entry: 19820
Subject: 8131ST ARMY UNIT, 2ND LOG - HIALEAH COMPOUND 53 - 55

Gerry Strong wrote on October 7, 2001


City and State: SEQUIM WA

Unit: TDY 95TH TRANSPORTATION (CAR CO)

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Was only 17 when I got there and everyone called me "Junior" - Most never knew my name Gerry Strong. Remember Richard Sommers - Sgt Gibbs (PPPphhhhbbbttttt) John Underdown - Chogie. Butch a young Korean working in the Hobby Shop.

Keywords: Pusan - Hialeah Compound - Pusan Fire 1953 - 1st Sgt Stockrowski - 95th Car Co. Lt Earl Seegar



Entry: 15850
Subject: LOOKING FOR COMRADES

Amos Walker wrote on April 8, 2001


City and State: SILVER CREEK WA

Unit: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND/ARMY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND/ARMY

Keywords:



Entry: 12744
Subject: 98 QM BN

Raymond Andrews SR. wrote on November 5, 2000

Email Update Needed



City and State: PITTSFIELD MA

Unit: 98TH QM BTN, 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND 8TH ARMY

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Iwould really like too hear from someone from my unit,Like I said it's been so long I can not remember any names ,We lived in Quonsett huts ,and I lived in the one right across from the mess hall,you could just about hand me the food it was that close ha ha .It was really a huge Depot,we serviced the Marines ,the Engineers, the Fly Boys ,the Navy,We supervised around 100 South Korean laborers.Does any one remember a village called Little Pittsburgh .Regards Ray Andrews

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Entry: 12736
Subject: IWOULD LIKE TOO HEAR FROM COMRADES THAT WAS IN MY UNIT ,I WAS WITH THE 98TH QM BTN 2ND LOGISTICAL CO

Raymond Andrews SR. wrote on November 5, 2000

Email Update Needed



City and State: PITTSFIELD MA

Unit: 98TH QM BTN, 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND 8TH ARMY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: It's been 50 yrs sinceI was their ,so I Am not sure if it was called Hialeha coumpond but it sure sounds familiar I've heard it before .Iwas their in Feb 1951-Oct 1952,Across the creek from us was a Philipino company,we use too go over and have a few beers with them .It was a huge Depot we use too dispatch halve a dozen 2 1/2 's too open storage all night long ,someone allways rode shotgun because it was a long lone ly dark road .I guess I will close now.

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Entry: 11138
Subject: HIALEAH COMPOUND 1951-1953

Charles (Bud) Blocher wrote on August 19, 2000

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City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Trying to locate Sgt. Richard A. Drury. We served together in the G-2 Section, Hqs. 2nd Log. Command 1951-1952. Anybody out there know his whereabouts please drop me an E-mail.

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Entry: 5667
Subject: LOOKING FOR BUDDIES

Millard (Sparky) Hall wrote on December 16, 1999

Email Update Needed



City and State: HERNANDO FL

Unit: 98TH QM SERVICE BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: looking for some of my buddies while in korea 1950-51. chung sung gin was our houseboy, if any of you guys remember me please contact me. happy holidays to all

Keywords: bird, davis, markellos, dill, gibson



Entry: 1740
Subject: FALL OF 1952 TO SUMMER OF 1953

Gerald Schefer wrote on November 20, 1998

Email Update Needed



City and State: MANHASSET HILLS NY

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: WAS IN KOREA FALL OF 1952 TO SUMMER OF 1953. STATIONED IN PUSAN AT HIALIAH COMPOUND AND ATTACHED TO THE 2ND LOGISTICAL COMMAND, KOREAN COMMUNICATION ZONE.

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