382nd General Hospital - Kanoaka Japan


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Entry: 95022
Subject: U.S ARMY 75TH ARTILLERY

Brooke Fleshman wrote on October 10, 2017


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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My grandfathers info was all destroyed in a fire 1973 and he needs to meet people he served with so they can verify him. His name was Basil N. Arthur from West Virgina , 75th artillery in the army, 8th army, ammunition corporal . He trained in Fort Meade Maryland 1951 and went on to Camp Drake Japan, Incheon Korea 1952 . He then was admitted into the hospital 382nd Osaka/ Kannoka in 1952. His good friends were Johnny Williams, Frank McGee and Sergeant Brewer. I have pictures of them together. If you know him or any information on how I can find someone please email me. Thank You.

Keywords: 75 artillery
382 Kannoka hospital
Incheon Korea
Camp Drake Japan
8th Army



Entry: 94639
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON 382ND GENERAL HOSPITAL JAPAN

Amanda Cole-Long wrote on May 24, 2017


City and State: BECKLEY WV

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: my grandfather, Normal Cole, served in the US Army from 1951-1953. He worked at the 382nd general hospital in Japan as a cook. I'm looking for any pictures or documents anybody has in regards to him.

Keywords: japan, 382nd general hospital,



Entry: 93137
Subject: 382ND HOSPITAL BATTALION 1947 KOREA

Romy Schnitzer-Cook wrote on May 15, 2016


City and State: LAS VEGAS NV

Unit: 382ND

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Searching for any survivors of the Army's 382nd Hospital Battalion that where in Inchon Korea between Jan. 1947-June 1947. During that time some of the units solders where captured and held as P.O.W's, although not officially since WW II was extended to July 1947. My father was one of those P.O.W's who was interned for several months,then released in a prisoners exchange. He eventually went back to Camp Stoneman, Pittsburg Ca. for discharge 22 July 1947. His discharge only says he was in Korea. Naturally, all of the records from that era, wher destroyed in the big fire of 1973 in the National Archives in St. Louis MO. My goal is to have my father laid to rest in Arlington Cemetery, he passed in 2004. But without any proof, other than a few photos of him in Jan. 47 nothing else exists. Looking for anyone or any information anyone might have on this. My dad was HARVEY G SCHNITZER, US ARMY 1946-1947. HE CAME FROM LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA AT THAT TIME, AND WAS JEWISH. VERY TALL 6FT 3 AND HAD A GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR. Thank you all in advance.
Romy Schnitzer-Cook-daughter

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Entry: 92013
Subject: FAMILY SEEKING INFORMATION

Denise Williams wrote on October 16, 2015


City and State: MINNEAPOLIS MN

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Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: Family seeking photos, information about Archie Williams, Jr.(deceased 2008); African American served as medic. We understand that he was on a ship most of time. Service time Jan.30, 1951 to Jan.23, 1953. One photo with others available.

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Entry: 81647
Subject: 382 GEN, HOSP,382ND GEN. HOSP.

Fred Scott wrote on January 7, 2012

Email Update Needed



City and State: CLINTON AR

Unit: 382ND GEN. HOSP.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: friends at hosp were Schatz,mastre, peterson,matlock
and many more , transferred to korea after 6 months

Keywords: 382nd. gen, hosp. 1952- 6months, .



Entry: 78154
Subject: OSAKA ARMY HOSPITAL 1951-1953

Waldemar Cyranski wrote on March 11, 2011


City and State: WARREN MI

Unit: AU 1007 OSAKA ARMY HOSP.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Still have photos and Hospital newspaper of that period and am in
contact with 2 other veterans of that time period

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Entry: 78141
Subject: ASSIGNED 382D GENERAL HOSPITAL REGISTRATION OFFICE

James Jacobs wrote on March 10, 2011


City and State: NEW SMYRNA BEACH FL

Unit: ER 33 909 817 INF-USAR

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: My Uncle James P. Jacobs, a longtime resident of Washington, DC served in the Army in World War II as medic with the 26th infantry regiment in the European theater; he was wounded in Germany on March 17, 1945 at the Battle of Remagen and was awarded the Purple Heart Medal. Before he was discharged he began college in Biarritz France as a student at the Biarritz American University preparing himself for civilian life. He continued his studies at American University in Washington D.C. until he was called to serve in the Korean Was on August 16, 1949. During the Korean War he served in General Hospital 382 in Kanoaka Japan where he supervised the registrars section of the hospital. He was honorably discharged on August 20, 1952 as a sergeant and returned to civilian life to work as a clerk for the Washington Terminal Railway Company. He is currently in Hospice Care in Port Orange Florida, and will buried at Arlington National Cemetery this summer 2011. He is 84 years old.

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Entry: 71407
Subject: CAMP KANOAKA, JAPAN

Jim Sorden wrote on August 25, 2009

Email Update Needed



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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed at the site from July 1957 until June 1958 when it
finally closed.

After the hospital closed, it remained a Army signal Corps base.

The train station, then called "Kanoaka" was changed to Sakai-
something in the 1960's--=early 1980s.

I visited the site in 1982, It had returned to
a Japanese hospital. The plaque at the front gate (in Kanji) only spoke
of the site as a WW2 Japanese hospital..No mention of the US hospital.

ex Spec 5 sorden
saratoga, ca

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Entry: 63169
Subject: MILITARY POLICE,KANAOKA ARMY HOSPITAL

Robert (Bob) Rice wrote on November 24, 2007


City and State: MORRISTON FL

Unit: 8031 ST MILITARY POLICE DET.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: i was a military policeman stationed at Kanaoka army hospital from august 1956 until march of 1957 when the hospital closed. i loved the assignment,and the people. very good duty,i retired from the us army in Nov 1975 as an SFC E-7 .

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Entry: 61851
Subject: ASSIGNED 382D GENERAL HOSPITAL PERSONNEL OFFICE

Lawrence (Larry) Self wrote on August 2, 2007


City and State: COLUMBIA SC

Unit: 382D GENERAL HOSPITAL PERS OFFICE

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was assigned to the 382d General Hospital and served as Personnel Sergeant from 1951 to 1954. Colonel Raymond Maret, MC, was Hospital Commander.

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Entry: 60184
Subject: COLONEL MARET

James Glessner wrote on March 2, 2007

Email Update Needed



City and State: OSPREY FL

Unit: 382ND GENERAL HOSPITAL,KANAOKA,JAPAN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Served with Col Maret for one year Nov 51-Nov 52 as head of Orthopedic Department. He pinned my Captain's bars on me when I was promoted from 1st Lt.
He was very good to me and later to my wife and children when they joined me in the spring of 1952. I remember caring for his wife during my tour at the 382.

Keywords: 382 Gen Hosp Colonel Raymond Maret Commanding



Entry: 59509
Subject: MORE INFO

Robert Atull wrote on January 7, 2007


City and State: ITHACA NY

Unit: 382ND GEN. HOSP

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was at the 382nd from Aug 1951 until Sep 1953 working in the lab. Sometime in the Spring of 1953, the bed size of the 382nd was upgraded to 1000 beds being a rehab hosp. for epidemic hemorrhagic fever patients. Capt. Grant Johnson who was chief of Laboratory until mid 1952 passed away in Springfield Ill 7 or 8 yrs. ago. The only name that I remember is Col. Maret. I had limited personal contact with him. I left the 382nd as a Cpl., would have been up for Sgt. if had stayed another month.

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Entry: 58654
Subject: 1948 382ND STATION HOSPITAL

Betty Marquez wrote on August 27, 2006


City and State: SANTA ANA

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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for anyone who may remember my uncle
Donald Hernandez he was on duty in korea he was injured and was in the 382nd hospital were he died in 1948. If any knows him my family and I will be happy
to hear from you.

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Entry: 47667
Subject: SEEKING STORIES

Amanda Wheeler wrote on December 23, 2004


City and State: ST. AUGUSTINE FL

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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: It seemed my Grandfather lived an amazing life but I do not know much about it except for some recent discoveries through pictures he had taken along the way.
If anyone knows Raymond (Ray) Wennberg or even knows stories about him I would love to hear them.
Many pictures have a "Miller" and "Quack" in them.One picture they are standing in front of the 6219th Reception Center Sign for Sixth Army.
ANY info would be great.

Keywords: 382nd General Hospital, Sixth Army, Port of Kunsan,



Entry: 43589
Subject: SGT/SSG ROBERT MORRIS (MORRISON)

Reggie Pense JR. wrote on June 6, 2004

Email Update Needed



City and State: HONOLULU HI

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: Looking for anyone who may remember a SGT/SSG Robert Morris (Morrison) stationed Osaka area 1946-1948. May have been assigned to Osaka Army Hospital or 382nd. Good fried of SSG Reggie Joe Pense of OAH.



Entry: 40877
Subject: 382 HOSPITAL

Donald Graves wrote on February 14, 2004


City and State: YUKON OK

Unit: 179 REG. -TH ID

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: i was wounded in action on Pork chop Hill on 9 July, 1953. From Pork chop I was taken to the 8063 MASH and then flown to what I believe to be the 382 in Osaka, Japan. Ater approximately six weeks and two surgeries there I returned stateside to Fitzsimmons Army Hospitalin Aurora, Colorado. After additional surgeries I was medically retired from the Army on 31 Oct, 1954.

Keywords: Pork Chop Hill



Entry: 39945
Subject: COL. EDWARD 'BUD' VINCENT ALLEN

Natasha Lawson wrote on January 13, 2004


City and State: MORGANTOWN WV

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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for friends of my step-father he passed away 3 years ago and would like to meet someone who served with him.

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Entry: 39201
Subject: COL. RAYMOND MARET

Jennifer Moran wrote on December 16, 2003

Email Update Needed



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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Noticed the comment that someone remembers my father, Col. Raymond Maret, as the CO of the 382nd. I am his daughter, Jennifer, and wanted to let any interested parties know that my father passed away in August of 1983 at Brooke Army Medical Center. He is buried at Arlington National Cemetary in the Colombarium there. His military career was his life and he was Army through and through. He spoke fondly of everyone he served with in Korea and even went back to Korea on a trip with his Rotary Club in the 1970s. Just FYI...

Keywords: Raymond Maret



Entry: 34644
Subject: PATIENT AT 382ND GH, JAPAN

Paul E. Tardiff wrote on June 5, 2003


City and State: CORPUS CHRISTI TX

Unit: I CO, 7TH REGT, 3RD INF DIV

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Wounded 4 Nov 1952. Evacuated to 8063rd MASH,
Hosp in Yong dong po then flown to 382nd. Had multiple surgeries - GREAT care. I was befriended by a Red Cross volunteer who was married to an eye doctor assigned to the hospital
Their name was Blood and she was from New Hampshire. I was flown to the states and Fort Devens Army hospital where I had more surgery. In
May 1953 I was returned to duty. Thank God for
our medics!

Keywords: Osaka, Japan



Entry: 28843
Subject: WHERE IS IT LOCATED

Arlon G. Keelor SR. wrote on October 14, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: ROYAL OAK MI

Unit: VETERAN 382 GEN HOSP

Service or Relationship: -

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Entry: 28841
Subject: IS IT STILL IN OPERATION

Arlon G. Keelor SR. wrote on October 14, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: ROYAL OAK MI

Unit: VETERAN 382 GEN HOSP

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments:

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Entry: 13681
Subject: 8040 AH CADRE SOUGHT

E. Dean Coon wrote on December 17, 2000

Email Update Needed



City and State: ANCHORAGE AK

Unit: 8040 AH, NARA, JAPAN

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Seeking anyone who served in the 8040th AH in
Nara, Japan 1951-53. This AH specialized in
physical reconditioning. It was deactivated in
April or May 1953 and all personnel reassigned to
the 382th near Osaka. I was TI and E NCO with the
80

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Entry: 9689
Subject: 382ND GENERAL HOSPITAL

Bill Littlehales wrote on June 25, 2000

Email Update Needed



City and State: MCKINNEY TX

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My Dad, Edward F. Littlehales, served with the 382nd in Kannoka during the Korean War as well as some TDY with the 8086 MASH in Korea. I believe he was a 1st Lt. at the time. He recalls that the 382nd was commissioned in Wash. DC and sent to the state of Washington for training before deploying to Japan for the duration of the war. He recalls the 382nd CO as being Raymond Maret.

Keywords: 382nd General Hospital
8086 MASH



Entry: 7699
Subject: 382ND HOSPITAL JAPAN

James A. Freeman wrote on March 28, 2000

Email Update Needed



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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I am intrested in hearing from anyone who worked at this hospital. I was there from 1951 till 1953

I was stationed at the 382nd Gen. Hosp. at Kannoka Japan. Not too far from Osaka. I was trained a combat trained medic. I went to JLC xray school, returned to the 382nd. I was there from August 51 till July 53.

We received two flights of wounded twice a day. Some times 1 or 2 at a time, some as many 10 or 15. We had a 250 bed hospital.This was an US Army hospital.

Keywords: X-Ray Dept. 382nd Gen. Hosp Kanoaka Japan







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