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Entry: 96194
Subject: MEMBER OF COMPANY I, 32ND INFANTRY

Sherrie Colle wrote on August 19, 2018


City and State: FL

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: My Uncle Donald Deml was a member of Company I, 32nd Infantry Regiment he saw
combat at the battle of Inchon, Korea in September 1950., were he received a Bronze
Star for effectively leading his squad into battle and dispersing the enemy so his
company could advance.

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Entry: 96142
Subject: TRYING TO FILL IN THE BLANKS OF MY FATHER'S SERVICE IN KOREA.

Marty Martello wrote on August 10, 2018


City and State: MI

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: Looking for anyone who served with my Father, Donald K. Martello in Korea. Dad was very proud of his service, but very tight-lipped. He was a platoon leader, a 2nd LT. After my dad passed in 1993 several men who were under his command called to pay their respects and thank him (well, mom anyway since he had passed) for saving their lives in Korea. Huh? I have no idea what happened, what he did. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Keywords: 7th Infantry Bucaneers



Entry: 95440
Subject: CO. K 32D INF '54-'56

Brian Lawson wrote on April 5, 2018


City and State: WYTHEVILLE VA

Unit: 32D INF

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My Dad died two months before I turned 20. He didn't talk about his service and I am trying to find any information I can on him and his unit. All I know is what I got from his discharge papers which only say Co. K, 32d Inf. It also says he was a Communications Chief. I was told by another family member that Dad mentioned patrolling the border in a Jeep, possibly with a radio. He served in Korea during 1954 through 1956. I am just looking for anyone who may have served with him and knows anything about what he did there, and I'm also looking for general information on Co. K, 32nd Inf. His name was Robert Lawson, but he usually went by the nickname Tuffy which he also had tattooed on his left forearm. I am also interested in information about the Jeep he may have driven since I am considering building a replica of the one he may have driven as a memorial, providing time and finances allow me to.

Keywords: Tuffy



Entry: 95261
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFO ON MY UNCLE NICK

Jeannette Sieland wrote on January 18, 2018


City and State: ORLANDO FL

Unit: 7TH INFANTRY DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My uncle, Cpl. Nicholas Elias Theodorou was in the 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment,
7th Infantry Division. During an attack northwest of Inji & east of Yanggu on April 26,
1951, my uncle was injured or killed. Before his, as well as any other, body could be
recovered the 1st Battalion pulled back. Fighting, from military reports I've received,
made it impossible to attempt recovery of any MIA's.
I was 2 years old then and don't remember him.
Anyone reading this, if you knew him, please contact me. I want to know about the man as
you remember him. The good, the bad as well as the ugly I want to hear it.

Possible nicknames: Nick, Nicky, Ted, Theo, Teddy

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Entry: 95222
Subject: MIA FROM 21-26 APRIL 1951 WITH CO. C, LST BN.

William Russell RUSSEL wrote on January 2, 2018


City and State: MAITLAND FL

Unit: HQ. PIO U.S. IX CORPS (FWD)

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking for anyone who was with Company C, 1st Bn., 32nd Infantry Regiment on
or around April 21-26 in 32th positions northwest of Inje and east of Yanggu, who
might have known Cpl. Nicholas Theodorou. Was wounded in this action, but
apparently never evacuated. Reported MIA..

Thank you,
William

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Entry: 94794
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFO ON MY DAD

Joe Lischinsky wrote on July 11, 2017


City and State: HYDE PARK NY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Hello,
I am looking for anyone who may have known my father, Cpl Joseph or Joe Lischinsky. He was with the 7th Infantry Division, 32nd Infantry Regiment and was wounded in action on hill 902 on April 24 or 25 1951. He was part of a machine gun team and may have been out of Fort Dix, NJ.due to residing in Bronx NY at time of enlistment.
My Dad is now passed and, like most who saw action, never liked to talk about his time in Korea. I would really appreciate any information on his time in the Army that may be out there.

Thank You.

Keywords: 902, Company K, MASH, M*A*S*H*



Entry: 94684
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANY FRIENDS OF MY FATHER - LEONARD MULCH

Ted Mulch MULCH wrote on June 8, 2017


City and State: NORTHBROOK IL

Unit: 7TH INFANTRY DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Hi, I am looking for any veterans out there who may have known my father, Leonard
Mulch, while serving during the Korean Conflict. He was in the 7th Infantry
Division, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion, A Company out of Fort Dix, NJ.
My father passed in 1987 and we never really talked about this service. It would
mean alot to me if anyone knew of him and could share some stories. Thanks!

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Entry: 94592
Subject: FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Daniel Colley JR. wrote on May 6, 2017


City and State: GAINESVILLE FL

Unit: NONE

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: FSG Eugene James Colley will be interned at Arlington National Cemetery on 13 September 2017. After more than 50 years of looking, his remains were found in a shallow grave near a railroad line just south of his last reported combat site. Anyone who knew my Uncle Eugene is welcome to attend. I would enjoy hearing from you.

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Entry: 94579
Subject: LOOKING FOR LARRY BAUM 1ST32ND. INFANTRY DIV.

Lloyd Phelps wrote on May 3, 2017


City and State: ELIZABETHTOWN KY

Unit: 1ST. 32ND. INFANTRY DIV.7TH ARMY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for Larry Baum Served in 1965 -1966 in camp Hovey South Korea
1st 32nd Infantry Div. 7th. Army

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Entry: 94578
Subject: LOOKING FOR LARRY BAUM 1ST32ND. INFANTRY DIV.

Lloyd Phelps wrote on May 3, 2017


City and State: ELIZABETHTOWN KY

Unit: 1ST. 32ND. INFANTRY DIV.7TH ARMY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for Larry Baum Served in 1965 -1966 in camp Hovey South Korea
1st 32nd Infantry Div. 7th. Army

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Entry: 94318
Subject: 32 INF RCT CO. D NOV 1950

Jeff Hanson wrote on February 14, 2017


City and State: EVANSVILLE WI

Unit: 32ND INF. RCT

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I was wondering if anyone served with Clint Hanson in korea. Im researching his military history. He passed in 1972. I just want to know more. I was young when he passed . I do know he had trouble with his feet since freezing them in Korea. 1st btn.32nd inf rct. Co. D. 7th army div. Oct 1950 through july 1951

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Entry: 93859
Subject: JK PURKEY

Judy Purkey PURKEY wrote on October 14, 2016


City and State: HARRISONVILLE MI

Unit: 32ND INFANTRY REGIMENT 7TH DIV K CO

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: My friend Ralph Keith King was in the 32nd Infantry at the Iron Triangle battle. He was listed as missing on August 6, 1952. He lived in Creighton, MO before he left for Korea.
If anyone ever knew him or has any information as to what may have happened that terrible night at that battle, please let me know so I can let his widow know.
Anything would help her.

Thank you!

Keywords: Iron Triangle Nam-Myon K Co BN
nickname: Ralph



Entry: 93715
Subject: HELPING OUT A FRIEND

Thomas Matthews wrote on September 8, 2016


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I'm also a Veteran of 1/32, but I served in Iraq. I have a friend named C.H. Cardwell who served with 1/32 in the Chosin reservoir, and I was looking for any information y'all might have on his actions. I know he has a purple heart, as there aren't too many that didn't earn one at Chosin. I'm trying to put something together for him as hos health is fading and I'm afraid he won't be with us much longer. Any information will help. Thanks in advance.

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Entry: 93601
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFO ON JOHN HUNTER

Chris Stiegemeyer wrote on August 15, 2016


City and State:

Unit: 32ND INFANTRY REGIMENT

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: Looing for information on my uncle John Hunter, member of the 32nd Infantry. He was reported killed on 2 Dec. 1950 during battle at Chosin.

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Entry: 93587
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFO ABOUT ROBERT CHARLES LOUDON

Doug Baughman wrote on August 13, 2016


City and State: QUINCY CA

Unit: COMPANY H, 32ND INFANTRY REGIMENT, 7TH DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I'm trying to find information on my great uncle, Robert Charles Loudon. He was attached to Co. H, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 7th Division in Korea 1950-1951. He died in Kansas on 13 Jan 1952. He was only 19 years old. I am wondering if his death was the result of an injury sustained in Korea. Please email me if you have info to dugbfresh@hotmail.com. Thanks!!

Keywords: Company H, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 7th Division



Entry: 93419
Subject: INFO ON DON SKELTON

Cindy Skelton wrote on July 2, 2016


City and State: CONCORD GA

Unit: A CO 1ST BAT 32ND INF REGT 7TH DIV

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for anyone who has information on my father, Clarence Donald Skelton. He often went by Don Skelton. He recently past and with my son getting ready to join the Army I would really like to know more about my fathers history in the Korean War. What little I know is that he was a MP and also drove a tank. According to his DD214 he received 2 Bronzed metals.
Thank you in advance.

Keywords: A CO 1ST BAT 32ND INF REGT 7TH DIV



Entry: 93339
Subject: ROBERT A CAREY WIA 3-30-53

Aike James wrote on June 11, 2016


City and State: ANON

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: Hello im looking for more info on PFC Robert A Carey. He served with the 7th ID,
unit 0032. He was WIA on 03-30-1953.

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Entry: 93322
Subject: STAFF SERGEANT CLARENCE BERRY- HONORABLY DISCHARGED 1966

Michael Berry wrote on June 8, 2016


City and State: BRONX NY

Unit: HQS 32 INF REG 7TH INF DIV

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Trying to find information on my grandfather, Clarence C. Berry Jr. who served in the 32nd infantry regiment 7th infantry division. He severed in WWII and the Korean War and was honorably discharged in 1966. He retired at the rank of Staff Sergeant. My grandfather passed away due to complications from Cancer on June 7th in Ogdensburg, NY. I'm looking for any information about him or the unit he served in. My grandfather and my father didn't have a strong relationship so there has always been a distant disconnect between us. Anyone who knew or served with Staff Sergeant Clarence Berry, please email me @ mberry2827@gmail.com. Thank you.

Keywords: Clarence C. Berry, HQS 32nd infantry regiment 7th infantry division, honorably discharged, Ogdensburg



Entry: 93196
Subject: PHOTOS OF BAKER CO. 2ND PLATOON, 32ND RGT.

Michael Newton wrote on May 23, 2016


City and State: MARIETTA PA

Unit: SON OF VET

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I have photos of Ed Kurshner, Red Mitchner, - - Sydnor, Harry Scholar, Mike Phillips, Leroy Knackstidt, Bob Fleming, Jim Warbington, Paul Ortego, Edward Martinez, Ernest Vach, Capt. -- Poplinsky, Paul Brady,-- Mc Carthy, Jake Carter, Tony Garrisus, --- Tinsley, Pedro De Soto, Ray Bryant, Dave Diver, Jesse Newton, Joe Rios. I am guessing they were from my Dad's ( Jack A. Newton )Platoon / Company. 2nd Platoon.Baker Company, 32nd. Regiment.1951 - 1952 Any family or friends of the mentioned names are welcome to share in these photos. I have been editing and restoring them, since my Dad left them to me. Most of the names are as best as I can read from my father's notes...Hope they will be helpful to those interested. Michael Newton

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Entry: 93180
Subject: BAKER CO. 2ND PLATOON32ND REGIMENT 1951-1952

Michael Newton wrote on May 22, 2016


City and State: MARIETTA PA

Unit: BAKER CO. 2ND PLATOON32ND REGIMENT 1951-1952

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father Jack Newton left me 40 photos of himself and his company buddies..Baker Company, 2nd Platoon, 32 regiment..I have been editing and restoring them. He wrote out many of the names shown in the photos. Any family member who believes their loved one was in this unit, may contact me and I will try to search out the appropriate face, if I have one..Michael Newton

Keywords: Baker Company, 2nd Platoon, 1st Squad



Entry: 92459
Subject: SEARCH FOR INFORMATION

Larry Mahar wrote on December 27, 2015


City and State: CONWAY AR

Unit: 420TH ENGINEER BRIGADE (RETIRED)

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I'm looking for any information about my uncle, Melvin Eugene Mahar. He was KIA 23 February 1951.

Keywords: Operation Killer
Member of Company D, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 7th Division



Entry: 92432
Subject: PASCO RUGGIERI

Patricia Kauffman wrote on December 22, 2015


City and State: LEESBURG FL

Unit: 32ND INFANTRY REGIMENT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I'm looking for anyone who served with my father, Pasco Ruggieri. He never talked about the war.
He served in   Company A, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division.

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Entry: 92411
Subject: WHITE HORSE HILL 10/06/1952

Ken Woodland wrote on December 17, 2015


City and State: FALL RIVER MA

Unit: 7TH INFANTRY DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for members of the 7th Infantry Division who may have known my dad (Ken Woodland) and was with him on October 6, 1952 during the Battle of White Horse Hill. He was WIA that day and would never talk about it. He has passed away and I would like to learn more. Any info would be appreciated...names, photos's, after action reports, his unit, MASH unit he may have gone to. He may have been know as Ken, Kenny or even Woody.

Thank You and Thank you for your service!

Keywords: White Horse Hill October 6, 1952



Entry: 92384
Subject: INFORMATION

Stephan Kaftan wrote on December 13, 2015


City and State: ROSWELL NM

Unit: 32ND INFANTRY REGIMENT - 7TH DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for information regarding my father who served in Korea 1950-52. Served with above unit 3rd battalion 32nd infantry 7th Division. Was in Operation Killer, His rank was First Sergeant. At some point he was assigned to the 3rd Ranger Company.

Keywords: Stan he was called by. Operation Killer, Yalu



Entry: 92369
Subject: OBTAIN RECORDS E CO HILL 851

Yvonne Cody wrote on December 10, 2015


City and State: PLANO TX

Unit: 32ND INF. REGIMENT, 7TH INF.DIV. CO. E

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: First Lt. James E. Cody was injured 14 Nov. 1951 and was taken to MASH 8209th. AU
APO301 general orders 112. a Purple Heart was awarded and this happened near Hill
851. I would like to find out where he was taken after that and are there daily
logs. His family said he ended up at Ft. Campbell, Ky. and was there for a long
time. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated ..just trying to put pieces
together. He also fought in WWll under Gen. Patton.
Thank you

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Entry: 92195
Subject: 32ND INF. COMP A OCTOBER 1952

Lynde Alvarez wrote on November 12, 2015


City and State:

Unit: 32ND INF. ABLE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for friends of my father in law (Roberto Romero) from this unit. He doesn't recall many names except for Filomeno (also from Puerto Rico) who was hit with an explosive device with him in a foxhole, as well as a German man from the midwest with the name of Walter Dubovka (spelling is probably incorrect here).

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Entry: 92185
Subject: ANY INFO PLEASE

G. Hicks wrote on November 12, 2015


City and State: TN

Unit: H CO. 32ND REG 2ND BATT 7TH INF DIV.

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for friends or brethren from same Company as my Dad, Cpl. ODES ROBERSON, US Army Korea 52-54. He remembers a few names but he still gets emotional when he speaks of his service there and doesn't speak of it often. Any information will be appreciated.

Keywords: J. Deering, Marlin Chapman, Fred Hawkins, R.B Jenkins, Carmack Barnette



Entry: 92184
Subject: H CO. 52-54

G. Hicks wrote on November 12, 2015


City and State: TN

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for members from this unit. My father Cpl. Odes Roberson (Army) served '52-
'54 and remembers several of the names of his brethren but I would love to surprise
him if anyone finds this and served with him. A few of his buddies were James
Deering, Marlin Chapman, Fred Hawkins, R.B. Jenkins, & Carmack Barnette. Any info
will be appreciated

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Entry: 92123
Subject: (2ND AFA BATTALION 12/30/50 TO 8/3/51

Moira Costello Furman wrote on November 4, 2015


City and State: HAGAMAN NY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Have recently located my father's war memories when emptying the house for sale. Have many pictures from his time in occupied Japan after WWII and also when he was stationed in Korea.

Pictures:
many unlabeled
Studs.....Detroin Mich
Kelly, Doc, Dueul
Dillon, Johnson, Kelly, Long, Russ,
Stud, Jack, Granny
Lt. Chatham and Sgt Click

Would swap pictures for information about the time these men spent together. Would also share the pics even if you don't have any info!

Keywords: Studs.....Detroin Mich
Kelly, Doc, Dueul
Dillon, Johnson, Kelly, Long, Russ,
Stud, Jack, Granny
Lt. Chatham and Sgt Click

Brave Cannons
Red Devils



Entry: 92071
Subject: PFC JOSEPH H CLARK WOUNDED APRIL 28 1951

Keith Stephens wrote on October 25, 2015


City and State: SOUTHPORT NC

Unit: 920TH RESCUE WING USAFR

Service or Relationship: Air Force Veteran

Comments: First greetings to all,
My wifes father Joseph H. Clark jr. who was only a boy when he first ran away from home in 1946 to join the Army. He was under age at the time made it through basic and advanced Infantry training when his mother caught up to him. She made him come home, due to her family having had heavy losses during WWI and WWII. As soon as he could sign up on his own he ran down to recruiter in early 1948 and re-enlisted. He was soon in Japan in 1949 and was part of the initial group to go over to Korea in 1950. He wound up in the 32d Infantry regiment part of the 7th Division. Buy the time he was just 20 years old on April 28, 1951 when he was wounded so severely that he was evaquated to comabt aid station right behind front lines and given a toe tag as he was not expected to live. I believe due to his youth and hard physical conditioning, good ole US Army, that along with his fighing spirit he did survive. He was eventually evaquated to Japan and stateside where he spent the better part of the next four years and numerous surgeries trying to piece his life together. I eventually ordered his copy of his 201 file and was able to make a really good shadow box for my wife Joes daughter. SInce I'm retired military I understand much of the machinations of the US Army and USAF as I spent many years in both. I would like to know if anyone on this site either knew Joe Clark and or might know anything about him or maybe have pictures, what a kudo that would be. Alas Joe died in 1985 so Im doing this to remember him and if we rememebr someone they truly are not gone. Anything is and would be greatly appreciated.

Keywords: PFC Joseph H Clark,US Army, wounded April 28, 1951 by anti-tank missile, North Korea, 32d Infantry Regiment 7th Infantry Division, from Baker Oregon originally, Spouse Rosita Clark, daughter Vina Clark, mustered out due to severe injuries



Entry: 91992
Subject: ANY INFORMATION ON J.D. SMITH

Rick Smith wrote on October 11, 2015


City and State: COLLIERVILLE TN

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Any information about my father Jarrette D. Smith, also known as J.D. He served in the 32nd in 1951 and was wounded. He passed some years ago, but I'm trying to find more information to pass on to his grandchildren. He was from Searcy, Arkansas.

Keywords: Korea, Searcy, Arkansas



Entry: 91810
Subject: ETHIOPIAN AYELE BELACHEW

Belete Gebrehanna JR. wrote on September 1, 2015


City and State: ADDIS ABABA

Unit: 7 DIVISION & 32ND REGIMENT

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for information,about my grand father Ayele Belachew (Ethiopian) who was part of 1st batch of Kagenw battalion & was attached with the 32nd ragiment , 7 Division .

He was among the 112 Ethiopian solders who fallen during the war.

Keywords: 32nd Regiment & 7 Division



Entry: 91675
Subject: 2LT HERBERT MARSHBURN

Ashlea Singleton wrote on August 7, 2015

Email Update Needed



City and State: CHATOM AL

Unit: 32ND INF REG 7TH INF DIV

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: 2Lt Herbert Marshburn of the 32nd Infantry was killed providing a delaying action at Chosin Reservoir on 3 Dec 1950. His father Col Herbert Marshburn was a career Army man (and fellow West Point graduate). His mother Portia's grandfather, H.R. Wagar, started the first lumber company in Washington County, Alabama. The Wagar family, and later the Marshburns, after Portia's marriage, maintained land and interests in Washington County for the rest of their lives. Col and Mrs Marshburn's official home of record was Washington, DC, and it is only recently, while researching our local war KIA/MIA/POWs that 2Lt Marshburn's actions at Chosin have come to our attention.

Thank you, 2Lt Marshburn, and all of the brave men of the 32nd, for your service, and your sacrifice.

~Ashlea Singleton, Curator, Washington County Museum~

Keywords: Marshburn, Chosin, 32nd Infantry



Entry: 91622
Subject: DECEASED JULY 4, 2015

Suzanne Fitzgerald wrote on July 27, 2015


City and State: BLUEFIELD VA

Unit: 32 INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: James A. Fox of the 32 nd Infantry Korean War
Has passed away at the age of 82

Keywords: Jim drove a tank?



Entry: 91342
Subject: CECIL PERRY - 32ND BUCCANEER REGIMENT KOREAN WAR

Dana Perry wrote on June 7, 2015


City and State: NEWPORT NEWS VA

Unit: 32ND BUCCANEER REGIMENT

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for information, photos, etc. about the 32nd Buccaneer Regiment which served in the central front line in Korea. Much of my father's records, Cecil Perry, were lost in the 1973 fire at the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis. He is now being denied much of his benefits at the Veterans Hospital in Beckley, WV because we are unable to prove his service-related disabilities to 70%. He is in need of long-term care and he would prefer it in the VA Hospital vs. a nursing home. He earned the bronze star and a purple heart and wrote a check to his country, signed with his life. His country has let him down. He suffered shell shock and, even now, displays PTSD issues; has circulation issues with his hands and feet due to the exposure in Korea; has been legally blind for the last 40 years due to toxiplasmosis that he contracted from drinking the water and milk in Korea. He was also injured in his abdomen, but we really don't truly know what happened because he would never talk about it. If anyone know anything about Dad, we would love to know so that we can battle for this heroic soldier.

Keywords: 32nd Buccaneer Regiment



Entry: 91335
Subject: NAMED PHOTOS OF MY DAD'S SQUAD 1951 - 1952

Michael Newton wrote on June 5, 2015


City and State: MARIETTA PA

Unit: CIVILIAN

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father, John ( Jack ) Newton was with the 7th Division, 32nd Regiment, Baker
Company from 1951 - 1952. He was in a machine gun unit and was wounded. He passed
away and I was recently given an old photo album from his time on the line. I have
numerous photos of his comrades with names attached. With most of the K War records
destroyed, I believe these photos could provide some comfort and closure to the
surviving vets and or their families. If your family member served in this unit
about this time, let me know and I will see if I have a photo of your loved one. I
am trying to construct a list of names to post, which might also help..I am Michael
Newton on face book..Thanks To my gang, I have posted this on a Korean War site.
These men who lived, fought ,got wounded and maybe died with DAD should not be
forgotten..Michael

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Entry: 91284
Subject: RE CAPT STORMY GARR

Michael Toner wrote on May 29, 2015


City and State: COLUMBIA MD

Unit: HHQ, 2/32, 7TH INF. DIV.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Celeste Stevens, daughter of 2/32's Charles Humphries, who witnessed shooting of Capt Stormy Garr, sought information about incident. I was there and would help Celeste if possible. Please enable contact.

Sgt Michael Toner

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Entry: 90463
Subject: CO. E 1953

Forrest Mullins wrote on January 24, 2015


City and State: BYRDSTOWN TN

Unit: 7TH INFANTRY DIV./32 REGIMENT/CO. E

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I would like to hear from someone or from a family member who may have served in
the Korean War Pork Chop Hill around July 7th, 1953. I was in 7th Infantry
Division-32 Regiment-Company E.
Please contact me 931-397-1087. Thank you Forrest Mullins, Byrdstown, Tennessee

Keywords: 1953 Pork Chop Hill - 7th infr. Div, 32 regiment, company E (easy)



Entry: 90416
Subject: FROZEN CHOSIN SFC

Bob Colley wrote on January 18, 2015


City and State: THOMASTON GA

Unit: C CO, 1/32ND INF REG, 7 DIV

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My uncle, SFC Eugene James Colley, C Co, 1/32nd Inf Reg, 7 Div was MIA 02DEC1950 Chosin Reservoir assumed KIA thereafter. My aunt wanted nothing to do with his brothers after the news of his death. I am trying to find their daughter to advise her of the efforts to identify his remains. Any suggestions?
Bob Colley

Keywords:



Entry: 90347
Subject: JOHN DAVID SHANNON

Kevin Shannon wrote on January 6, 2015


City and State: LAKE TAPPS WA

Unit: NONE

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for anybody who may recall anything about my 3rd cousin PFC John David Shannon, KIA 11 June 1952. If so please contact me. I would like to honor his memory.

His unit info is: B CO 1 BN 32 INF RGT 7 INF DIV

Keywords: B CO 1 BN 32 INF RGT 7 INF DIV



Entry: 90328
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANYBODY THAT I MAY HAVE SERVED WITH THROUGH 1952 TO 1954

Roberta Defelice wrote on January 2, 2015


City and State: FAIRLESS HILLS PA

Unit: ALLMY RECORDS DESTROYED IN 73 FIRE ...32ND INFANTR

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I served 1952 to 1954 with the 32nd infantry company B baldies pork chop hill and T bone my memory is not Great anymore and I was hoping to connect with anybody that I may have served with and anybody that has information about disabilities and their suffering from like myself I recently found out that we may have all been exposed to Agent Orange even back in the fifties so basically I just want to share information with people and get back together with the people I fight next to thank you

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Entry: 89868
Subject: DAUGHTER WANTS TO KNOW ABOUT FATHER

Gayle Moreno wrote on October 29, 2014


City and State: SOUTH PASADENA CA

Unit: CPL CO L 32 INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: If anyone remembers my father Greg Loera. He passed away in 1972 at age 45 in an accident., but did serve in the Korean Conflict. He was in Pusan. He did mention combat sometimes when he had flash backs but really did not share anything else. His grave site has his infantry number. I have no other information but would like to find out anything. He was a wonderful man and liked by many.

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Entry: 89427
Subject: SEARCHING FOR ANYONE WHO SERVED WITH ROY S CRUTCHMAN

Robert Crutchman wrote on July 31, 2014


City and State: APOLLO PA

Unit: 171ST ARW

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: tRYING TO FIND ANYOUNE WHO SERVED WITH MY UNCLE ROY, HE WAS TAKEN PRISONER AT THE CHOSIN RES IN DEC 2 1950 HE WAS FROM UNIONTOWN PA

Keywords: HE WAS WITH 7TH INF 32 REG



Entry: 89367
Subject: ALFRED ADAMS D CO HVY MORTARS

Alfred Adams SR. wrote on July 23, 2014


City and State: CA

Unit: DOG COMPANY 81 MORTARS

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I'm trying to find people that were in the division with my father, Alfred Adams. He
was in 32nd Infantry 81 mortars Dog company. Please contact me if you know of anyone
from this division, or have any information regarding the matter. It will be much
appreciated.

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Entry: 89362
Subject: WHO KNEW PFC LOREN VINCENT ADAMS, DOG COMPANY?

Jim Reaser wrote on July 22, 2014


City and State: GRAFTON WV

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Would like to talk to any who know PFC Loren Vincent Adams, Co. D, 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment. Loren enlisted 1949. His unit became part of the 31st Regiment Combat Team (31st RCT).

He became missing in action on 02 Dec., 1950 during the withdrawal from Chosin Reservoir towards Hagaru-ri. He was declare dead in 1953, remains never recovered or accounted for. There has been no evidence that he ever appeared at any POW camp, holding area or medical facility or that he was ever alive in enemy hands.

He was a white, male, 20 years old, 138 lbs., Hazel Eyes, Brown Hair, Shoe Size 11-C, normal teeth, scar on left side of nose. Loren wore eyeglasses which became lost, prior to him becoming missing. In a letter to his uncle (my father), Loren wrote that without his glasses he couldn't tell a cow from a man.

I would like to talk to anyone who knew Loren.

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Entry: 89130
Subject: 32ND INF REG. 1957 BASEBALL TEAM

Albert Short wrote on June 8, 2014


City and State: ST AUGUSTINE FL

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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who played on the 1957 32nd Inf 7th Div.Reg Baseball team who were I Corp champions. Kay Cox and George Zucca were captains.

Albert Palmer Short

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Entry: 89006
Subject: CLARENCE RAUP

Mark Raup wrote on May 26, 2014


City and State: MO

Unit: GEORGE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I'm looking for any info on my grandfather Clarence Raup. The only info I ever got out of him was he was in George Company 32nd regiment 7th division, any info would be much appreciated please email me at wagonmaster_xray@yahoo.com

Keywords: George company



Entry: 88699
Subject: K COMPANY, 3RD BATTALION, 32ND INFANTRY REGIMENT - COSIN

Stephen Meyler wrote on April 7, 2014


City and State: CHAPPAQUA NY

Unit: K COMPANY, 3RD BATTALION, 32ND INFANTRY REGIMENT

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Would love to hear from anyone who served with my uncle Corporal Charles Dennehy, K Company, 3rd Battalion, 32nd Infantry Division during Inchon and Chosin Reservoir. Charlie made it home but many of his comrades did not. He never spoke much about himself. He raised two wonderful girls and has six grandchildren. He passed away in October, 2011. He was the youngest of 14 children. My mother was his next oldest sibling. She took care of him when he emigrated from Ireland to the United States. She suffers from Dementia now, but she recalls many happy memories of him. All of the men who served at Chosin are heroes, Charlie was our hero. Charlie's classmate! John White served in the US Marines. John was seen alive as a POW of the North Koreans but he was never heard from again.

Keywords: K Company, 3 rd Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment, Charles Dennehy



Entry: 88698
Subject: DIXIE DIVISION

Joseph Jones SR. wrote on April 7, 2014


City and State: OXFORD MS

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Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: My father served with The Dixie Division in Korea. He died in 2008 and I found a picture of a Sammie Ricklung or Rickling of South Carolina that was KIA in November 1952. I would like to return this to his family if at all possible.

Keywords: Dixie Division, South Carolina, Rickling or Ricklung



Entry: 88591
Subject: ANYONE WHO KNEW SGT DENTON JUNIOR WOODALL 32ND INFANTRY REGIMENT APO 7

Shena Antle wrote on March 21, 2014


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Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for any information about my Grandpa Denton Junior Woodall who served in Korea from June-Dec 1951. I know he got into the army Nov 17, 1950 as Private(E1) out of Fort Knox Ky. I know at one point he was with Hq&Hq Co. 122nd Arm'd Ord. Maint. Bn. 3rd Arm'd Div 4th Platoon. Nov 14, 1951 he was promoted to Sergeant(T) with the Buccaneers. He was in combat zone June-Dec 1951. He was a medic Med Co 32d Inf APO7. He had Korean Ser Medal with 1 bronze service star, Combat Medical Badge par 29 SO 120 Hq 32d Inf APO7 dtd Aug 6, 1951. He went to Brooke Army Hospital March 10, 1952 and was Honorably Discharged March 31, 1952. I have service pictures of the 122nd group he was with and some of him with some guys he served with if anyone wants to see them.

Keywords: Hq & Hq Co 122nd Arm'd Ord Maint Bn 3rd Arm'd Div, 32nd Infantry Regiment, Buccaneer, AUS AMEDS, SO 120 Hq 32d Inf, Med Co 32d Inf






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