Subject: 31ST MAINT
Doug Hood wrote on January 17, 2009
City and State: SCIOTOVILLE OH
Unit: 31ST MAINTAINENCE 89-92
Service or Relationship: Army Veteran
Comments: Just wanted updates on Ft Irwin I was stationed there in 1989 thru 1992 was not much there at that time we had a theater a bowling alley and a fitness center I loved the desert and the great scenery. Any pictures or input would be appreciated.
Subject: SERVED IN 31ST ORD FORT RILEY KANSAS
Giovanni V. Warnick wrote on May 10, 2008
City and State: BAYONNE NJ
Unit: 31ST ORD.5TH ARMY
Service or Relationship: Other
Comments: My Captain was Clyd L. Barns 1st Lt Wright C. Moore, Warrent Officer Charles M. Gray. Served as Small Arms Weapons Mechanic. Stationed at FORT Riley Kansas we where located at Camp Funston and then moved to Camp Forsyth up until my discharge.Never was overseas but I have compiled information about the family military history for my grandson could never find anything about the 31st until now.Never could find anything from Fort Riley did not know unit went to Korea. Three of us served in the Arny and one in the AIR FORCE and boy we were Proud to have served. God Bless America!
Keywords: Nickname Barney, friends Arlington W. Singer Sonny, Chester E. HILL, cpl. Keyhart 31st ord 5th Army Fort Riley Kansas
Subject: LOOKING FOR GRANDFATHER ROBERT C. LITTLEJOHN
Robert Littlejohn JR. wrote on January 15, 2008
City and State: MASSENA NY
Service or Relationship: Family Member
Comments: if anyone could give me anyinfo i would really appreciate it, thank you
Keywords: I think he was in the 31st ord.
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFO ON GALLEY ARMSTRONG
Patrick Shrewsbury wrote on April 15, 2004
City and State:
Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran
Comments: I work for a Korean American,his name is Yong Dam Kim,and he asked me to help him find out what ever happened to Mr. Armstrong. Mr Kim fought in the Korean war and was a good friend of Mr.Armstrong.They both came together in Wonju City between 1951 and 1953.As Mr Kim remembers it Mr Armstrong worked in the Inspection Dept
31 Ordnance Motor vehicle div.Mr Armstrong would always ask Mr Kim to contact him if he were ever able to come to the US.Mr Kim became a citizen about 25 years ago and his efforts to find Mr Armstong always fell short.He remembers the Mr Armstrong was from Minniapolis Minnisota.Please feel free to contact me with any info on Mr Armstrong or if you want any additional info regarding Wonju City 31 Ordnance during 1952 to 1953. Thanks
Keywords: Wonju City,31 Ordnance, Motor Vehicle Inspection Dept. Mr Gally Armstrong -- 1951 to 1953
Subject: 31ST MAINTENANCE COMPANY (GS)
Daniel Alix wrote on June 20, 2001
Email Update Needed
City and State: FT. IRWIN CA
Unit: 31ST MAINTENANCE COMPANY (GS)
Service or Relationship: Interested Person
Comments: I am the current commander of the 31st Ordnance Medium Maintenance Company. I am looking for any information on the history and lineage of the company. The Center of Military History has only a small amount of information so I'm asking any veterans if they can share any info, pictures, or stories. The company is now called the 31st Maintenance Company (General Support) and it is located in Fort Irwin, CA.
I would like to thank all of the veterans of this proud company for their service to their nation and for all of their efforts that they have put into making this great company what it is today.
Subject: 31ST ORD M M CO.
Harry C. Tiefs SR. wrote on January 24, 2000
Email Update Needed
City and State: BROOKLYN CENTER MN
Unit: 31ST ORD M M CO.
Service or Relationship: -
Comments: 31ST ORD M M CO.
Subject: HARRY TIEFTS
Gerald E. (Jerry) Herron wrote on April 23, 1999
City and State: COLUMBIA HEIGHTS MN
Unit: CO. C 5TH CAV. REGT. 1ST CAV. DIV.
Service or Relationship:
Comments: Am looking for anyone who knew Harry Tiefts of the 31st Ordnance M.A.M. Co. 328th Ordnance Battalion 60th Ordnance Group 8th Army. Harry arrived in Korea March 5,1951 At Pusan, Korea. Harry would like to hear from anyone that was in the 31st Ord. Co. Write to me and I will see that Harry gets your message. Thank you Jerry Herron, and thank you Ted and Hal for this web site.