330th Ordnance Depot Company


Photo by Hal Barker














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Entry: 77865
Subject: 330 ORDIANCE COMPANY 1963-64

David Tusen wrote on February 14, 2011

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City and State: NORMAN OK

Unit: 330 TH ORDINANCE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Would like to talk to someone who served in the 330th, from 1963-64

Keywords: u. s.Simon Bolivar Bucker



Entry: 71962
Subject: DOES ANYONE KNOW MY GRANDFATHER CORPORAL JOHN R. HALL

Joshua Hall wrote on October 15, 2009


City and State:

Unit: 393RD MP BATTALION

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: Trying to find anyone who might have known my grandfather Corporal John R Hall of the 330th Ordnance Company, and also if anyone may have a picture with him in it from time of service

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Entry: 41291
Subject: LOOKING FOR JIMMIE DAY

Walter Marlow JR. wrote on February 26, 2004

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City and State: FRONT ROYAL VA

Unit: 74TH BATTALION 330 ORDINANCE

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Hometown could be Redding, PA.

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Entry: 40814
Subject: DO YOU KNOW MY DAD

Kathy Shain wrote on February 12, 2004

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City and State: VERO BEACH FL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: I am desperatley trying to compose a memory book for my father Charles L. Honaker for fathers day. If you have any information on his company or remember being with him or having any photos, please contact me at the e-mail listed. This is a very special project for me to present my father. I have heard many stories and see the years of long ago behind those eyes as he tells of his active duty time. He left from Beckley, West Virginia on Aug. 4, 1949 and was seperated at Ft. George G. Meade, Maryland. His records were destroyed by fire and I am so in hopes of giving my father and the men he served with the recognition they so deserve. To any and all who served with my father, I thank you and YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN by those who live the memories thru your stories. Hats off and a huge salute.

Keywords: 330th Ordnance Depo Company
1949-1952
Korean War



Entry: 21534
Subject: LOOKING FOR RECORDS

David Kennedy wrote on December 16, 2001

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City and State:

Unit: TACTRAGRULANT

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I amtrying to help my grandfather Charles Leonard Honaker of Princeton, WV, find his military record. Apparently the fire at St. Louis in 1973, destroyed his records. I am also trying to get the "purple heart" as an official reward, for he was a POW in Korea. If anyone has any info, please contact me via E-mail, or the telephone number provided.

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Entry: 20061
Subject: NEED HELP IDENTIFYING...

John Ainsworth wrote on October 21, 2001

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City and State: RANTOUL IL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I have posted a number of pictures from my father's Korea scrapbook. I am unable to identify the majority of the people in the photos. If anyone can help I would like to hear from you.

http://www.advancenet.net/~beldin/korea_scrapbook/index.html

Thank you.

Keywords: Peter D. Ainsworth, 330th Ord Dep and HQ Co., 7th T.M.P BN.



Entry: 7335
Subject: 330 ORDNANCE 1950

Walter T. Stone wrote on March 5, 2000

Deceased

City and State: INOLA OK

Unit: HQ. CO. SECURITY PLATOON

Service or Relationship: Army

Comments: We loaded our equipment on flat cars then rode a troop train to Camp Stonemen Calif. in July 1950. Loaded on a troop ship went to Japan then Korea. Is any one out there that was with me.

Keywords: Looking for members that went from Fort Cambell KY to Korea in 1950







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