351st Highway Transportation Group


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Entry: 93246
Subject: LOOKING FOR

Don Bates wrote on May 29, 2016


City and State: BEAUMONT TX

Unit: HQ & HQ COMPANY, 351ST THTG

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who served with HQ & HQ Company 351st THTG and Chunchon Area Command 1954 to Mid 1955.

Keywords:



Entry: 93071
Subject: 351TH HWY TRANSPORT GROUP, HQ COMPANY, CHUNCHON AREA COMMAND

John J. Scafura SR. wrote on April 28, 2016


City and State: HICKSVILLE NY

Unit: HEADQUARTERS COMPANY, 351ST HWY TRANSPORT GROUP

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Served in Korea Feb. 1953 to December 1953 US 8th Army, 351st Hwy Transport Group, Headquarters Company and Chunchon Area Command. I was a jeep driver and driver for Colonel Haines who was our commander. When he returned home I worked in the Message Center for 5 months.

Keywords:



Entry: 90806
Subject: WHERE ARE YOU SGT. GRANDMA

Charles Butman wrote on March 18, 2015


City and State:

Unit: WAS THE FIRST HYDRAMATIC TRUCK CO. IN KOREA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: we hauled ammo and fuel and personnel,all thru yangu pass,we were stationed right outside of chun chon-1953-1954--one of the trucks i was driving,went over yangu pass--ouch,the trucks chief driver was frank coit,he was from california,he was kind of mad--lolo they were thinking of making me pay for the truck ,,but than they decided it was a casualty of the war,any ways would like to contactor know where sgt. grandma,he was one of the best persons you could ever meet.every one called him grandma because he cared and worried about every one in the unit.does any one remember the three of us getting mohawk cuts .hope to hear from some one

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Entry: 88297
Subject: RETIRED VETERAN

Jack Keech wrote on February 9, 2014


City and State: MADELLIA MN

Unit: 351ST GRP. 70TH BAT.504,726TH& 74TH LIGHT TRUCK C

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking for anyone I served with from l953 to 1955 in Korea. I started with the
504th lt.trk.co. at Seoul from 1953 and part of 1954, then was transferred to the
726th trk.co. by Kimpo to take over a squad.They had too few men left to run a truck
co.So the colors were sent home. I was then sent up to the 74th trk.co.up by Uijonbu
as an acting Sgt.to take over a section.My rank was frozen at Cpl. I led truck convoys
my entire time over there accept for two months at the 504 where I rode shotgun.I met
a lot of good people over there and had a lot of good and bad experiences..I have no
regrets & and would have done it all again.I have not forgotten anything.I I know a
lot of you can say the same. Best wishes to you all. Would love to hear from
anyone.,Roy,Sammy,Richard Zwart,Thomas,Sgt.Stewart.All or any. Thanks for the
memories.

Keywords: 351st.Transportation Higyway Group, Light Trucking. 504th,726th and the 74th light
truck companys. You were all the best.



Entry: 83042
Subject: ANYBODY WHO WAS IN THE 121 TRANS.TRUCKING CO.FROM MARCH 1952

William Mazzeo wrote on May 17, 2012


City and State: MARGATE FL

Unit: 121TRANS TRUCK CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: looking for others who were in my outfit from
march1952,,,,,,august1953.stationed in uijombu.our
motto was you call we haul you all,a funny thing
happened to me .a less than a month before i rotated
home i was transfered out of 121ttc to 665ttc.i never
knew why.



Entry: 82308
Subject: HQ CO, 70TH TRANS BN (TRK)SEOUL KOREA, 1954-55

Donald Johnson wrote on March 1, 2012


City and State: STACY MN

Unit: HQ CO, 70TH TRANS BN (TRK)

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anybody who served in that unit in Seoul
l954-55, I started out as supply clerk, and when
the supply sgt rotated (Sgt Alpha Amos) i replaced
him, our compound was right in the heart of Seoul,
cant really bring up names, but if names are brought
to my attention i'm sure i would recall

Keywords:



Entry: 82121
Subject: 8TH U.S.ARMY TRANSPORTATION GROUP

Gary Goins wrote on February 13, 2012

Email Update Needed



City and State: HAMILTON OH

Unit: HDQTS.8TH U.S.ARMY TRANSPORTATION GROUP

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: I was in Korea from late 1956 till mid 1958,when I
arrived I was assigned to Hdqts.8th Army
Transportation Group who at that time had taken
command of all transportation units and reporting
only to 8th Army Headquarters Transportation Section
in Seoul. Things were always changing. In late 1957
we were disbanded and sent to Seoul where I stayed
before coming home.I recognize most all of the units
that I have seen posted.Keep up the info.I have a few
pictures for anyone if interested,



Entry: 79476
Subject: RESEARCH FOR DAD

Doug Stone wrote on June 30, 2011


City and State: PIKETON OH

Unit: 351ST TRANSPORTATION/COMPANY377

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My Dad was inducted Oct. 10,1952 and sent to Korea out of basic.I'd like to find anybody who might remember him.He said he was in the 351st group 69th battalion company 377.

Keywords: Stoney,Wakefield,Piketon,Pike County 



Entry: 79169
Subject: HQ AND HQ CO. 351ST TG AND CHUNCHON AREA COMMAND

Don Bates wrote on June 2, 2011


City and State: FOND DU LAC TX

Unit: HQ - HQ CO-351ST AND CHUNCHON AREA COMMAND

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who served in HQ and HQ Company, 351st Transportation Group and Chunchon Area Command early 1954 to mid 1955.

Keywords:  HQ Company 351st Transportation Group
HQ Chunchon Area Command



Entry: 78254
Subject: 351ST - 55TH HQ COMPANY IN CHUNCHEON - 1953/1954

Leon McGee wrote on March 20, 2011


City and State:

Unit: 55TH HQ COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for others who may have served with me in 1953/1954. 351st - 55th HQ Company in Chuncheon.

Keywords: 55th, HQ, Gate, Jack, McGee, 351



Entry: 76038
Subject: ANYBODY WHO WAS IN THE 121 TRANS.TRUCKING CO.FROM MARCH 1952

William Mazzeo wrote on September 5, 2010


City and State: MARGATE FL

Unit: 121TRANS TRUCK CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: wonder if anybody sees this

Keywords: you call we haul you all



Entry: 72360
Subject: SERVED 1952-52 AT CHUNCHON

Thomas McGeoghegan wrote on November 15, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State: SANTA FE NM

Unit: 351ST TRANSPPORTATION GROUP/CHUNCHON AREA COMMAND

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was Education, Training and Recreation NCO for Chunchon Area Comnmand Headquarters, all activities non-combat except for (1) an incident when a plane we used to deliver a USO troupe to our area strayed over enemy lines and we were strafed, holes in wings but no casualties and (2) nights in foxholes when enemy lioght air craft came in below radar and dropped armed artillery shells, no casualties. Picked up USO troupes, made weekly round trip from Chunchon to Seoul to pick up movies, developed library, conducted physical training.

Keywords: 351st Transportation Group which also served as Chunchon Area Command Headquarters. In Korea from 11/52 to 07/53, was on first ship to arrive in USA after the armistice, Inchon to New York via Panama Canal, stopping at Honolulu, Colombia SA, and Puerto Rico to drop off troops.



Entry: 72055
Subject: 351ST INFANTRY JULY 52 FORWARD MED CO

Marcie Lehmkuhl Rodriguez wrote on October 23, 2009


City and State: GILBERT AZ

Unit: 351ST INFANTRY MED CO KOREA 1952

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am doing some family and medical research for my father and on his DD 214 there is info listed as Most Significant duty assignment; Med Co 351 Infantry. Place of Separation Fort Sheridan, Ill. He began his service in July 1952. Might not believe this but he was called 'Radar' and lived in Iowa. He mentioned he was a cook. He's still going strong but I am doing some family background and research for his VA benefits. He would be very excited to talk to anyone who was in his unit and from that time frame. Please contact me with any information. Thank you,

Keywords: 351st Infantry Med Co Korea July 1952---"Radar".



Entry: 70388
Subject: REMEMBER FRANK

Laurie Holland wrote on May 31, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State: ELKTON MD

Unit: 8TH ARMY X CORPS 69 TRUCK TRANSPORTATION BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: ANYONE THAT REMEMBERS MY DAD FRANK HEISS "SKOSHEE"(MEANS TINY)
69TH TRUCK TRANSPORTATION BN IN KOREA WAR 1951-1953 PLEASE
CONTACT ME. RECORDS BURNED IN FIRE, NEEDS TO PROVE SURGERY IN
YONG DON PO FOR PTSD CASE. LOOKING FOR GASSER, GENTRY,
FARRLEY, OR ANYONE ELSE THAT MAY REMBER HIM.

Keywords: "Sko-shee" FRANK HEISS 69TH TRUCK TRANSPORTATION BN 1951-53



Entry: 69779
Subject: SEARCHING/351ST/69THBN/377CO.

John Reedy wrote on April 7, 2009


City and State: WAVERLY OH

Unit: 351ST.TRANS./69TH BN/ 377 CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: IF ANYONE CAN VERIFY THAT THIS UNIT SERVED IN THIS AREA AT TIME AND DATE AND THAT THIS UNIT TOOK SMALL ARMS AND MOTAR FIRE FREQUENTLY AND ANY OTHER COMBAT RELATED BATTLES PLEASE CONTACT ME TO HELP THIS VET WITH HIS VA CLAIM FOR PTSD TO VERIFY BATTLES

Keywords: DOING RESEARCH FOR VETERAN GARY STONE WHO SERVED IN THE 351ST TRANS. GROUP /69TH BN AND 377TH CO. IN CH'ORWON KOREA FROM 1953-54 AND WAS SOMETIMES ATTACHED TO GRAVES REGRISTRATION UNIT NEARBY



Entry: 69464
Subject: HQS CO. 351ST TRANS. HWY. TRANS. CO.

Duane Nieminen wrote on March 12, 2009


City and State: PALM COAST FL

Unit: HQS CO. 351ST THTG

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Would like to hear from you if you remember me or Mr. Rubin. I was Message Center Chief in the 351st THTG and Chunchon Area Command.

Keywords: Chuchon Area Command, Juan Rubin



Entry: 66959
Subject: 540TH TT CO, 351ST HWY TRANS GRP.

William Sweeney wrote on August 21, 2008

Email Update Needed



City and State: SAN ANTONIO TX

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Still seeking any old buddies from the 540th TT Co. Found a few and some I found are now gone...Know that there are still some out there...Know we are getting old but some of you are still kicking around! Lets hear from you!
When I arrived at the 540th,(1953) they were near Inchon..In early 1954, we moved back to ChunChon, ...In late 54, we moved with the 55th Transportation Trk Bn, to Camp Drake, Japan..I left a short time later in 1955. Would like to hear from anyone during this time frame.

Keywords: 540th Transportation Trk Co.1953-55, From Inchon, to ChunChon and to Camp Drake, Japan.



Entry: 65797
Subject: 351ST TRANSPORTATION GROUP

Paul Starinsky wrote on May 27, 2008

Email Update Needed



City and State: NEW PORT RICHEY FL

Unit: 515 TRANSPORTATION TRUCK CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was a classroom instructor for driver's training school which was attached to the 515 transportation truck company of the 351st transportation group-8th Army near Chunchon, Korea during 1954 and early part of 1955. Names I remember are William Bains and Dennis Mallon from CA.

Keywords: Transportation truck CO 515 351st group 8th Army



Entry: 64906
Subject: BUDDIES

William Mazzeo wrote on March 24, 2008


City and State: MARGATE FL

Unit: 121TTC

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: i was just thinking if there were anyone out there wondering if people still remember what we did over there . we exchanged prisoners of war .i was with the 121ttc. i would lke to here from someone who was there . bill mazzeo

Keywords: operation little switch



Entry: 64299
Subject:

William Mazzeo wrote on February 13, 2008


City and State: MARGATE FL

Unit: 121TTC

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: i was i inkorea 52-53 ialso served in operation little switch the exchange of POW,s the sick and wounded. i wonder if there are others that were there.cant be to many of us left (( .remember our motto))you call we haul you all 121ttc bill

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Entry: 64250
Subject: LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO SERVED 55TH BATT 351ST TRANS. GROUP

John Bridgett wrote on February 10, 2008


City and State: BRONX NY

Unit: HQ AND HQ 55TH BATTALION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who served the 55th battalion HQ and HQ company from Sep 1952 through Aug 1953. Would love to know if any of you guys are left and where you are to share stories and see how you guys are doing. Also looking for those who serve with the 45th Infantry Division K Company the 179th infantry regiment.

Keywords:



Entry: 63476
Subject: LOOKING FOR DADS BUDDIES

Marty Morris wrote on December 20, 2007


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for stories of my father who passed away in 1994..he was in 51 and 52...in the 504th transport co..His name is Norman W. Morris of Myrtle Point Oregon. I miss him and would really appreciate any input you might have,,thanks in advance.

Keywords: 504th truck trans co.



Entry: 61945
Subject: FORGOTTEN ROAD WARRIORS

Louis S. Diggs wrote on August 11, 2007

Email Update Needed



City and State: OWINGS MILLS MD

Unit: 726TH TRANSPORTATION TRUCK COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I have finally completed my book on the history of the very first
National Guard units that set foot in Korea in 1950 to support the
Korean War. My unit was the 726th Transportation Truck Company
with the 231st Transportation Truck Battalion. Both units were from
the Maryland National Guard. The 726th set foot in Pusan, Korea on
December 31, 1950, the 231st followed the next day. My book,
"Forgotten Road Warrior" not only documents the history of these two
units in Korea, bit documented the history of these two all-African
American companies back to their beginning in 1879 at "The
Monumental City Guard" from Baltimore, Maryland.

Keywords: Book on the first US National Guard unit in Korea in 1950



Entry: 61816
Subject:

Lawrence (Larry) Hochfeld wrote on July 30, 2007


City and State: TAMARAC FL

Unit: 504TH TRANSPORTATION TRUCK COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: where are all those guys from the 504th from November 1951 in Wonju and then when we moved to Sokchori. I was theree from 11/51 to 1/53 when I went home. Would love to hear from all those from that era if they are still around.

Keywords: our job was to deliver the supplies no matter what they were to the front line troops. Our trucks were moving 24 hours a day.



Entry: 61509
Subject: DAVID CALDWELL

Josh L. wrote on July 3, 2007


City and State:

Unit: 351ST HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION UNIT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: Wondering If Anyone Served With My Grandfather David Caldwell in the 351st. I am Also Wondering What The 351st Did.



Entry: 59434
Subject: 1953-1954 WITH CHUNCHON AREA COMMAND

Donald Bates wrote on December 30, 2006


City and State: BEAUMONT TX

Unit: HQ - HQ CO 351ST HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION GROUP

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who served 1953-1955

Keywords: Chunchon Area Command
HQ and HQ company 351st Highway Transportation



Entry: 58520
Subject: WHAT BATTALION WAS THE 396TH CO. IN?

Mark R. wrote on August 15, 2006

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Does anyone know what battalion the 396th transportation trucking was in?

Keywords: Does anyone know what battalion the 396th transportation trucking was in?



Entry: 54964
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFORMATION

Chuck Holley JR. wrote on January 2, 2006


City and State: VICTORIA TX

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for anybody who served with the 351st transport group who may have served with my father Charles Holley Sr. He served in Korea from 1949 through 1955.

Keywords: units



Entry: 54065
Subject: HQ CO 69 TRANS TRUCK BN.

Frederick Miller wrote on November 20, 1998

Email Update Needed



City and State: ANITA PA

Unit: HQ CO 69TH TRANS TRK BN.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE ASSIGNED OR ATTACHED TO THESE UNITS.I WAS ASSIGNED THERE IN 1952.

Keywords: 69th was located in the X Corps area at Kwandai-Ri
Attached units were 131, 377, and 515 Truck Companies.



Entry: 51646
Subject: SFC DELPHIS JOSEPH LUSSIER

Linnea Lussier Herkloz wrote on June 22, 2005


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: My father was SFC Delphis Lussier. Thought I'd see if there was anyone out there who served with him in Korea, 10/1/52 to 4/8/53, in the 351st Transportation Highway Transport Group, 8th US Army Zone of Operations.

Keywords:



Entry: 50505
Subject: TRUCK DRIVERS SCHOOL

Lawrence (Larry) Hochfeld wrote on April 29, 2005


City and State: TAMARAC FL

Unit: 504TH TRANSPORTATION TRUCK COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Where are all you guys from the 504th. I was there from 11/51 (Wonju) to 1/53 (Sokchori). I drove the Mess Hall Truck for Ma Whites Hashadahery (Mess Hall run by Sgt. White) and then was the Company Clerk for about 7 months for Capt. C.L. Walk and then the CO who took over for him. Where are all you guys hiding, I think many of you are still around and remember those good old days in the 504th before the new vehicles came in in 1/53. Would love to hear from you as there are still a few of us around.

Keywords: spent a month there during the beginning of 1952 learning all about what a double clutcher has to do to keep that truck going. Our trucks went 24 hours a day supplying the front line troops.



Entry: 44766
Subject: 396TH TRANSPORTATION TRUCK COMPANY

Tom Bourbon wrote on July 25, 2004

Email Update Needed



City and State: ROCHELLE TX

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: I am writing on behalf of my friend, Clifton Brown, of Rochelle, Texas. He is looking for anyone from the 351st Highway Transportation Group, 396th Transportation Truck Company, who was at Chunchon, Korea, in 1953, or for anyone who knows about that unit.

Keywords: Clifton Brown, 351st Highway Transportation Group, 396th Transportation Truck Company, Chunchon, 1953



Entry: 43384
Subject: 540TH TRANSPORTATION CO.

Orris Beck wrote on May 30, 2004

Email Update Needed



City and State: BAKERSFIELD CA

Unit: 540TH TRANSPORTATION CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE FROM THIS TIME SLOT AND COMPANY BUT ESPECIALLY BILLY J. METCALF.

Keywords: FROM FEBRUARY 1954 TO APRIL 1955 I WAS NEAR PYONGYANG HAULING SUPPLIES. PERSONAL FRIEND WAS BILLY J. METCALF FROM MAY TEXAS. I WAS FROM STROUD OKLAHOMA.



Entry: 42737
Subject: LOOKING FOR OLD ARMY BUDDIES

Louis S. Diggs SR. wrote on May 1, 2004

Email Update Needed



City and State: OWINGS MILLS MD

Unit: 726TH TRANS TRUCK CO AND HHC. 70TH TRANS TRUCK BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: My unit, a National Guard unit from the State of Maryland, the 726th Transportation Truck Company, a component of the HQ and HQ Co, 231st Transportation Truck Battalion, arrived in Korea on December 31, 1950, and as such, we were the very first United States National Guard unit to set foot in Korea to support the war. I don't recall all of the places the 726th went to during the war, but I do recall that we spent quite some time hauling napalm from Inchon City to Kimpo Air base in Seoul, and helping in the evacuation of (I think it was) part of 8th Army Headquarters when it was almost overrun in (I think) the winter of 1951. I recall having to drive our trucks over the Han River when the bridge was blown up. I transferred to HQ and HQ Co, 70th Trans Truck Battalion, and was moved from a truck driver to a personnel clerk. I left Korea in early 1952 and was assigned to the 19th Infantry Regiment or the 24th Infantry Division and went to Japan until 1953. I reenlisted in the Regular Army in North Korea during one of those pushes in 1951, and stayed in for twenty some years. Went back to Korea in 1962 (assigned to the US Army Procurement Agency in Yongsan Compound in Seoul, and again in 1969 where I was assigned to KMAG, also in Yongsan Compund in Seoul. Would love to hear from anyone assigned to those units when I was assigned. I am in the process of writing a book about the 726th and HQ and HQ Co, 231st, both are MD National Guard units, and would love to hear from anyone assigned to those units during the Korean War.

Louis S. Diggs

Keywords: I arrived in Korea on December 31, 1950 on the converted liberty ship, the Sergeant Sylvester Antolack.



Entry: 36135
Subject:

Lawrence (Larry) Hochfeld wrote on August 8, 2003


City and State: TAMARAC FL

Unit: 504TH TRANSPORTATION TRUCK COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I was a truck driver for "Ma White's Hash-a-Dashery" mess hall and then the company clerk and mailman. I was there from November 1951 to January 1953. Looking for Paul Squeo who was from Mt. Vernon, N.Y., Rocco Vignola from Brooklyn, where is Tennessee who ran our motor pool, kid winchester, Ed Nadolney and all the rest.

Keywords:



Entry: 28871
Subject: SEARCHING FOR.PEOPLE FROM THE 504TH,726TH, AND 74TH LIGHT TRUCK COMPANIES. 70TH BATT, 351ST TRANS.

Jack Keech wrote on October 15, 2002


City and State: LEWISVILLE MN

Unit: 504TH LT.TRK.CO. 726TH LT.TRK.CO.74TH LT.TRK.CO. 3

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I was a truck driver in the 504 th light truck co, from l953 to 1954 in Seoul,we were in the last prisoner transfer from Panmunjom, of Chinese prisoners that refused to go back to Communist China.We took them down to Ascom City for boarding on LSTs for transport to Formosa. I would like to hear from anyone in the 504th from l953 to 1954.I have many questions to ask. I am writing a book for my Grandchildren to help them understand what the Korean War was really about.As for myself,most of my time there was spent hauling ammunition,fuel and food all through the mountains,plus pol, jet fuel,and chinese prisoners.I would also like to find out why I drove all over Korea for forteen months and 21 days with no ammo for the 30 calibre carbine that was my constant companion.I hauled plent of ammunition but only recieved it for myself when on guard duty at night.I would also like to hear from anyone from the 726th and 74th light truck companies.I was a squad leader in the 726th and a section leader and acting Sgt.in the 74th although I was offically a corpral.Rank was frozen.The 726th was by Kimpo air Base and my last outfit,the 74th was just south of Uijonbu,by a little stream.I would like to hear from anyone.Also would like to hear from the guys I was leading in a convoy,hauling ammo in the mountains and almost left this world from friendly artillery fire. One round. Thanks, Jack.E.Keech.

Keywords: Looking for Roy Cartmille who was in the 504th Light truck co.351st Light Trk.Trans.Group.70th Battalion from l953 to l954.Also Richard Zwart of the same outfit and Philip Friend.And Sammy Smith of St.Louis.



Entry: 28432
Subject: LOOKING FOR SWOMEONEFROM5O5TTC

William Knopp SR. wrote on September 23, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: ANNISTON AL

Unit: 505THTRANSPORTAINTRKCO55THBN.351STGP.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: anyonefrom505th contactme.williamknopp,wknopp8443@aol.com

Keywords: johnson505th transtrk co



Entry: 25459
Subject: HQ CO

James Farrell wrote on May 14, 2002

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City and State: DUMONT NJ

Unit: HQ,CO,52ND,TRANS.TRK.BN.351TRANS.GROUP

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: There were three co.in our bn.namely
the 510th,534th,536th trk.Co's and of course my Co.Hq.Co.I am sure maney of the men brought there trucks to our motor pool for repair or inspection.I worked out of the PFO tent PFO meaning prepare for ordinance.most of you one time or another used our wrecker called the too
muchie truck by the koreans.the driver was Cleveland Keith.I had a buddy I served with in the States Joe Pellitier who I belive was in the 510th.Another guy I recall was named Kline from NJ.He was awared a silver star.Hope to talk to some one. James fARRELL

Keywords: Hq.co.52nd.trans.trk.bn.351,trans.group, Wonju,Korea Jan.1952-Oct.1953



Entry: 16885
Subject: UNIT MEMBER

James Weldon Poe wrote on May 28, 2001

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City and State:

Unit: 351ST TRANSPORTATON GROUP, 8TH US ARMY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments:

Keywords:



Entry: 15410
Subject: LOOKING FOR CHAPLAIN SCHUYLER MARSHALL

Allan Benson wrote on March 11, 2001

Email Update Needed



City and State: ROCKFORD IL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Carl "Bud" Hornburg is celebrating his 50th wedding anniversary and his children are attempting to locate Chaplain Schuyler Marshall who "Bud" drove for in Korea sometime between 1951 and 1953. We hope to make this part of a "this is your life" portion of the celebration. Bud was assigned to the 70th Transport Truck Battalion. Would appreciate any information concerning the Chaplain or any other's who might have served with Bud.

Keywords: 70th Transportation Truck Battalion - 351st Transportation Highway Transport Group - APO 301



Entry: 14901
Subject: 510 TRAN TRUCK 11/51-4/53

Jessie G. Davis wrote on February 10, 2001

Email Update Needed



City and State: CHURCH HILL TN

Unit: 510TH TRANSPORTATION.TRUCK. CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: 510TH TRANSPORTATION.TRUCK. CO.

Keywords: NOV.1951-APRIL-53.



Entry: 7577
Subject: FINDING BUDDIES

Vito Scaccia wrote on March 20, 2000

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City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Interested in hearing from anyone who served with me.

Keywords: 8th Army, 351st Trucking



Entry: 4735
Subject: DEC 1950 - MAY 1951

John Marshall wrote on November 11, 1999

Email Update Needed



City and State: METAIRIE LA

Unit: 351ST TRANS. HIGHWAY TRANSP GR

Service or Relationship:

Comments: Served from December 1950 to May 1951. Last assignment was at Sok-cho-ri on the east coast just below the 38th parallel with a truck battalion transporting ammo and POL from LSTs to the front line dumps.

Keywords:







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