45th Infantry Division Information


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Association Information

45th Inf Div (WWII & Korea)



ATTN: National Secty

2145 NE 36th St

Oklahoma City, OK 73111-5302

405/424-5393








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Entry: 96835
Subject: SSGT BENIGNO RAMOS

Manuel Ramos wrote on November 29, 2018


City and State: WOODSTOCK GA

Unit: 45 DIVISION 180TH REGIMENT FOX COMPANY 2ND PLATOON

Service or Relationship: 1952-1953

Comments: My Father SSGT- Benigno Ramos served with the 45th Division 180th Regiment Fox Company 2nd Platoon. He served between 1952-1954 in Korea and he will soon be 89 years old and lives in Puerto Rico. As many Korean Vets he hasn't talked much about the war just blitz here and there through the years.

He mentioned that the unit got addition training in Japan prior to going to Korea.

He received two Bronze Stars and I would like to find the citation for it. He had mention about them firing the machine guns and the Chinese as they came down the hills and it seem that the more they shot the more Chinese came out from behind the hills. He also said that they did they got a lot of mortar shelling in their position from the north.


Keywords: My Father SSGT- Benigno Ramos, he received two Bronze Stars and I would like to find the citation for it.



Entry: 96774
Subject: MED DET 45TH DIVISION, KOREAN WAR, MEDICAL OFFICERS

Christine Nagy wrote on November 20, 2018


City and State: CORONADO CA

Unit: 45TH DIVISION, KOREAN WAR

Service or Relationship: Medical Officer - Doctor

Comments: I am updating my prior entry to ADD my father’s name: Charles J. Nagy MD and to ADD
that my research shows that the 8076 MASH unit became the 45 MASH unit, first to
use helicopters.

Have a photo of Dad in uniform w Thunderbird insignia on his right sleeve (45th)
and can’t make out left sleeve. Thought he would have the Caduceus.

Prior Comments: Looking for any information re my father’s service as a doctor
1953-1955. His DD214 says he was 1st LT and a medical officer in the 45 DIV. Dad
used to say he was in a MASH unit. Now is 90 and has dementia looking for further
answers. Thank you!

Keywords: Charles J. Nagy, 8076 MASH, 45 MASH, Medical Officer, 1st LT, MED DET 45 DIV,
Thunderbird



Entry: 96444
Subject: EDWIN BRADFIELD SANGER, DDS, 45TH DIVISION DENTAL MASH COMMANDER

Bari Sanger wrote on October 2, 2018


City and State: GOLDEN CO

Unit: 45TH DIVISION - MASH COMMANDER

Service or Relationship: Korean War

Comments: My father was a Gold Leaf Major during the Korean War. He was a Dental MASH commander for the 45th Division. He and his chauffeur were almost captured by the Chinese. A Korean couple hid both of them in their root cellar, because the Chinese found his jeep and were looking for him. The Chinese did not find them. Are there any pictures or any Division information about my father? Thank you.

Keywords: Edwin Bradfield Sanger, DDS. 45th Division Dental MASH commander. Gold Leaf Major.



Entry: 96383
Subject: SGT LACY JARRELL

Sherry Jarrell wrote on September 20, 2018


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: Looking to connect with anyone who knew my father during the Korean conflict. He was in battery c.

Keywords:



Entry: 96153
Subject: MY DAD

Lisa Jenkins wrote on August 13, 2018


City and State: MONTROSS VA

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: I was hoping to find out what my dad did to receive two Bronze Stars during the Korean Conflict. His name is Garnett Williams Jenkins from King George Virginia. He was born 2/13/1930. Dad never talked to much about his time in the service. He was part of the 45th Infantry. Thanks for all your help.

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Entry: 95233
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO CAN VERIFY I VOLUNTEERD FOR COMBAT IN 1951 WHILE STATIONED IN HOKKAIDO, JA

Ray Raymond wrote on January 7, 2018


City and State: WINTERSET IA

Unit: HQ CO, 2ND BN, 279TH INF

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: The unit commander asked for volunteers for combat in Korea, and would leave immediately. I and several others volunteered at the time, and I need confirmation of this.A friend by the name of THADEUS (thad) HOWARD, from Pink Hill NC, and I volunteered at the same time.
I have been told my records were destroyed in a fire. The only record I have of my service is from the time I was discharged from Ft. Belvoir, VA in 1953. Nothing of who and where I served in Korea.I was wounded shortly after arriving the area. my Primary MOS was in demolition.
Help of any kind on the subject would be greatly appreciated!
At the time I left Japan, I was assigned to Hq Co, 2nd Bn, 279 Inf Regt.

Many thanks in advance!!

Keywords:



Entry: 94802
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON ROBERT WASURICK

Tom Wasurick JR wrote on July 14, 2017


City and State: WRIGHTSTOWN WI

Unit: 45TH

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Hello everyone. Thanks for taking the time to read this. I'm looking to see if anyone remembers Robert Wasurick from Kenosha,WI. He is my grandfather and served in the Korean War. I'm looking for pictures if there is any and just to know what he did over there. We know he received a Purple Heart but not sure why or what happened. Anything would be awesome.

Thanks again,

Tom

Keywords: Korean, Robert Wasurick, Charlie Wasurick,



Entry: 94193
Subject: S/SGT FRANK ROWLAND-45TH INFANTRY, ORDNANCE

Michael Murray wrote on January 7, 2017


City and State: SPRINGFIELD OH

Unit: FAMILY MEMBER

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for Information On Frank Rowland, I have a Picture of Him as a Staff Sargent, Was in the Ordnance Department of the 45th in Korea. All I know of Him comes from the pictures and badges I have, That I inherited from My Grandma Kathryn Murray. He was married to My Aunt Nancy Carol at the time, but they ended up getting a divorce. I know He was at Ft. Lewis, Washington, Aberdeen, Maryland ( I think this is where they were married) and then Korea. I would like to know more about Him and if there is any family, that may want to see these Pictures of Him time in service.

Keywords: 45th Infantry, Ordnance, Korea, Ft. Lewis, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland.



Entry: 94062
Subject: SERGEANT HARRY R. COWEN

Allison Cowen wrote on December 8, 2016


City and State: PORTLAND ME

Unit: 45TH INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for anyone who served with my father. Separation record says he was in 330 Military Intelligence in 45th Infantry. Dates of service were Feb. 1953 to Sept. 1954.

Thank you.

Keywords: Served with a fellow named Butch. Would love to hear from Butch if he is still alive.



Entry: 93625
Subject: SERGEANT JAMES E CHRISTY

Faith Christy wrote on August 21, 2016


City and State: DELAWARE OH

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for information on my grandfather Sergeant James E Christy. He died before I was born, and all i know is that he served in Korea. He was from Ohio and had 4 sons. I am VERY INTERESTED in information on his service in Korea and him as a person in general.

Keywords: Sergeant James E Christy ohio



Entry: 93394
Subject: INFORMATION ON SGT JOE W. HUTCHISON

John Hutchison wrote on June 25, 2016


City and State: WILMINGTON DE

Unit: 11TH AIRBORNE

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: My brother Joe served with the 45th Division in Korea from 1952-1953. Joe passed
away several years ago and all of his military records have been misplaced. He is
buried in Michigan Memorial Cemetary outside of Detroit and our family would like
to get a military marker put by his gravestone to honor his service in the US
Army.

His full name is Joseph Willard Hutchison. He was born in Detroit, MI in 1929 and
was drafted into the army in 1951 and served with the 45th in korea for 13
months.

I believe his discharge rank was E-5 and I also believe he was awarded the Bronze
Star while in Korea. I do not know what unit he served with in the 45th or what
other service awards he may have obtained, but we would appreciate any
information you might have on him. Unfortunately I do not know his service serial
number.
I also want to thank all of you who keep the memory of a great division like the
45th. alive. I am personally involved with the 11th Airborne Division Association
in which I served from 1955 - 1958 and I am Chairman of the 188th Infantry Reg.
which is part of the 11Th Airborne Assoc. So I know the effort you men and women
do in keeping our Army Military history alive.

Keywords: My bother was always called Joe



Entry: 92954
Subject: 45TH INFANTRY

Kathy Bell wrote on April 2, 2016


City and State: STEPHENSON VA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Hello, am looking for anyone who knew my father CPL Raymond Loy. Have been working on his medals as well as getting his records straight. I have actually accomplished getting his record straight as well as getting a few certificates and commemorative medals. I'm trying to find anyone who may have served with him. Thanks

Keywords:



Entry: 92768
Subject: PASSING OF WALTER RAY GIBSON

Scott Gibson wrote on February 27, 2016


City and State: GA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I would like to announce the passing of my Father Walter Ray Hoot Gibson. Dad died on 02/16/2016 in Atlanta. Dad was drafted in 1950 and trained at Camp Polk. He then went to Japan and then Korea. He served the the 45TH Infantry in the 180 Rg HQ company. He was a Counter-Fire Specialist. He spoke very little of the war other than saying how cold it was. He often mentioned wearing his dress uniform under his battle dress, for an extra layer of warmth. He was present on Pork Chop Hill, Hill 187, and Chosin.

If any body knew or possibly has pictures it would be great to hear from you.

Keywords: Chosen, Hill 187, Pork Chop Hill, Hoot 45TH, 180 TH, HQ co. Hoot



Entry: 90934
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFORMATION REGARDING JOHN J. RAMSEY,, JR.

John Ramsey wrote on April 8, 2015


City and State:

Unit: 45TH INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for information regarding my father who served in the Korean War with the 45th Infantry in Edmond, Oklahoma. He didn't share much information with any of us while he was living and I want to know where he served, in what capacity, anything anyone might know. Thank you

Keywords:



Entry: 90621
Subject: LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO MAY HAVE KNOWN MY GRANDPA

Ryan Beatriz wrote on February 19, 2015


City and State: WASILLA AK

Unit: 176TH MXS ALASKA ANG

Service or Relationship: Air Force Veteran

Comments: I'm looking for anyone who may have known or served with my Grandpa. His name was Bowden Nix. He also went by Bo or Ben. He was in the 45th Infantry Division and was in the Korean Conflict. I believe he was in from about 1949-52. Any information would be nice and a picture would be GREAT!!

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Entry: 90545
Subject: KOREAN CONFLICT COMPANY C

Lauren Langan wrote on February 5, 2015


City and State: NEW MARKET TN

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Comments: I am looking for fellow soldiers of my uncle Harold W. Elmore. He served in the 45th Regiment in the Korean Conflict and did basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. He served in 1952 and was of Company C. Also served at Heartbreak Ridge and I do have several photographs.

Keywords: Shorty, Heartbreak Ridge, Company C.



Entry: 90514
Subject: LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO KNEW BOB SCHNIEDER

Gayla Voss wrote on January 31, 2015


City and State: CARLYLE IL

Unit: 45TH INFANTRY DIVISION THUNDERBIRDS

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for someone who remembers my dad from the Korean War or possibly worked along side him during the war. He was in Communications and I would like to know what he did...his experiences in the War. Dad has been gone for almost 16 years now and I have so many questions since he has gone. He often talked of digging trenches, burning charcoal, covering it with dirt and then they would crawl in the trench to sleep at night and that would keep them warm. So, from that I know he was in the boonies. Some of the guys that he mentioned in his Company were also a Huene, Joe Spitz....if any of this sounds familiar please write. I would love to email.
Thanks you,
~Gayla Voss
He went in Oct 11, 1950 and I know he was back home by Jan., 1953.

Keywords:



Entry: 90511
Subject: MARLYN MONROE

Albert Longobardi JR wrote on January 31, 2015

Email Update Needed



City and State: ALBUQUERQUE NM

Unit: 45TH DIVISION THUNDERBIRDS

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father drove Marlyn Monroe when she appeared in the USO show with the 45th. I am
trying to find any pictures of her with my father.

Keywords:



Entry: 90360
Subject: JOSEPH WILLIAM KUZMA

Bob Kuzma NA wrote on January 8, 2015


City and State: ABERDEEN MA

Unit: 45TH DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: would like any info from others in his division that may have known him

Keywords:



Entry: 90319
Subject: JOHN BARTER

Bill Barter wrote on January 1, 2015


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Have an old photo of Uncle John with a man said to be Dan Blocked of the old TV western show "Bonanza". Looking for any info.

Keywords:



Entry: 89517
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANYONE THAT SERVED WITH OR KNEW MY FATHER FLOYD ORMSBY

Chris Ormsby SR. wrote on August 15, 2014


City and State: FLORISSANT MO

Unit: 45 TH INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: My father served in Korea with the 45 th Infantry from 51-53 .im just wondering if anyone remembers him.

Keywords:



Entry: 89062
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFORMATION

Daniel McCanless wrote on May 31, 2014


City and State: AL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: First of all I would like to thank everyone for taking the time to read this. My grandfather served in Korea and is one of the best men I know. He was part of the 45th thunderbird division as he still has his patch. He tells me he was drafted out of Tennessee and went to a short basic at fort polk I believe, then road a train to California, where he was shipped from there to Hokkaido , Japan. He tells me that not long after he was sent to Korea. He has told me alot of stories about his time in country. I hope I get this stuff right as I'm relying only on memory, I know he was awarded the bronze star and does have a combat infantry badge, he is a big part of the local VFW. His name is Hubert Fagg. He has many pictures and documents I would be willing to post or submit, both of him and other soldiers. But with time wearing on this man....60 years later.... he really can't remember the actual cities or areas the division served in. I'm asking any one for any factual information to where I can trace his foot steps thru the war.... if anyone knows of him or has any information to share please let me know

Keywords: 45th thunderbird division



Entry: 88843
Subject: RAY SULLIVAN

Ryan Sullivan wrote on May 5, 2014


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: If any knew my uncle Ray Sullivan he passed away on May 3, 2014.

This is his link to his Obituary. He won the DSC on t-bone.

http://www.stewartbaxter.com/memsol.cgi?user_id=1301498

Keywords:



Entry: 88716
Subject: KOREA 1951-52 DIV HQ CO

Valton Herman wrote on April 11, 2014


City and State: BREMERTON WA

Unit: 45THDV HQ CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Anyone from those halcyon days in Yong Dong Po still around?

Keywords:



Entry: 88580
Subject: FIND FATHERS MILITARY INFORNATION

Lisa Shenberger wrote on March 20, 2014


City and State: EPHRATA PA

Unit: 45TH INFANTRY DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am searching for any information about my father Jack Rodney Shenberger. He served in the Korean War in the early 50s in the 45th Infantry Division Thunderbirds. If anyone remembers him or has information about him I would love to hear from you. Thank you.

Keywords: Korean War, 45th Infantry Division, Thunderbirds



Entry: 88092
Subject: EDWARD JAMES LAMBERT

Nora Drewry wrote on January 10, 2014


City and State: HUNTLEY MT

Unit: HQ DET 6017 SU 45TH INFANTRY THUNDERBIRDS

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I was told my father's records were destroyed by fire, I would like to speak with anyone who knows my father and anything about his service in the Korean War. My father was a tank leader and of Souix descent.

Keywords:



Entry: 86628
Subject: LOOKING FOR HAROLD J. PEDERSON

William Pollard wrote on July 2, 2013

Email Update Needed



City and State: COWGILL MO

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed at Camp Polk in October 1950 and had a friend
Peawee Pederson from N. D. I was discharged due to medical
problems and lost track of Peawee. If any one has any information
concerning him I would appreciate. We were in 279 infantry
division Head quarters and head quarters company

Keywords: personal friend Harold J. Pederson



Entry: 86579
Subject: BURNED RECORDS

Kelly Kunf wrote on June 22, 2013


City and State: TAYLORSVILLE NC

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My dads military records from his whole tour including Korea wallet in the
harrisburgh fire! They have no records from him and he doesn't ave any of his
cards or anything! Any ideas to prove his service so he cn Tito the va va hospital
and stuff!

Keywords: Burned recorded harrisburgh pa



Entry: 86556
Subject: BRONZE STAR WHILE IN 45TH INFANTRY DIVISION

Joyce Dejong-Monroe wrote on June 19, 2013


City and State: HASLETT MI

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I found an old newspaper article about my father, Cpl. Sidney Hugh DeJong. He received
the Bronze Star following a battle on Hill 183 Tumyong, dong, Korea. I wonder if
anyone knows more about this battle. I wish there was a way to upload the scanned
image of the article here!

Keywords: Hill 183, Tumyong dong, Bronze star



Entry: 86205
Subject: BUMPER NUMBER 45-179-1 M-1

Linda Keim wrote on May 16, 2013


City and State: FRANKLIN IN

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Recently, my family found several pictures that my father took
during the Korean War. One photograph shows a Jeep with the
following bumper number.

Left Side of Bumper: 45-179-1
Right Side of Bumper: M-1

Can anyone tell me what these bumper numbers mean?

Thank you

Keywords:



Entry: 86204
Subject: BUMPER NUMBER 45-179-1 M-1

Linda Keim wrote on May 16, 2013


City and State: FRANKLIN IN

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Recently, my family found several pictures that my father took
during the Korean War. One photograph shows a Jeep with the
following bumper number.

Left Side of Bumper: 45-179-1
Right Side of Bumper: M-1

Can anyone tell me what these bumper numbers mean?

Thank you

Keywords:



Entry: 85410
Subject: JIMMY STONE

Jim Stone JR. wrote on February 9, 2013


City and State: TUPELO MS

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am interested in any information regarding my Father,
Jimmy Stone from Tremont, MS in Itawamba county. He
passed away in 1978. I have pictures but I believe his
records were destroyed in the fire.

Keywords: 45th infantry division



Entry: 85281
Subject: JIM CLARKE, CHICAGO

Jim Clarke JR. wrote on January 21, 2013


City and State: IL

Unit: 45TH INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for information of my father.
Thanks

Keywords: Korea, 45th Infantry, thunderbirds



Entry: 84761
Subject: MY GRANDFATHER

Taralyn Cook wrote on November 20, 2012


City and State: SEDALIA MO

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am searching for information on my grandfather, Carl
Jack Dennis. He was from Missouri and served in Korea.
He was in the 45th division, 1st battalion, 279 infantry.
He passed away when I was 11 and he never told anyone
in the family about his military time and I didn't have
time to ask. I filled out the form 80 but his records
were destroyed in a fire in St. Louis. I have no other
information to go on and don't know what to do to find
out more. I do have all of his medals from his uniform.
I am hoping anyone with information can email
me as soon as possible. I would appreciate any
information anyone can give me.
Thank you!

Keywords: 45Division, 1st Battalion, 279 Infantry



Entry: 84477
Subject: 5TH ARMORED DIV.; 45TH INFANTRY; KOREA 1951-1953

Scott Frearson wrote on October 22, 2012


City and State: HILTON NY

Unit: 5TH ARMORED DIV.; 45TH INFANTRY; KOREA 1951-1953

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for anyone who served with MERVIN
LEBLANC. Mervin was from Louisiana and joined the
Army National Guard 5th Armored Div.; 45th Infantry
and who served in Korea. Mervin has passed and I
found his duffle bag of gear from the conflict. I
also found photo's of him with a buddy and at his
combat bunker/trench.

Sgt. LeBlanc said his were combat stripes and he was
very modest of his service. I'm thinking there was
more to the story. He told me he was in a triangle
shaped trench and he was at the point with a BAR
(browning automatic rifle) and that the chinese were
all gunning for him. He told me a time where he
covered a shift for a buddy and the buddy and he
shared a pup tent. That night a mortar hit the pup
tent and his buddy was gone.

I'd like to piece together some of his story for his
children and grandchildren. I found no ribbons or
medals with his Ike jacket, but just his unit patches
and Sgt. stripes on his jacket.

I did contact the Secretary of Defense to find all of
Sgt. LeBlanc's service records were destroyed in a
1970's fire in St., Louis. Can anyone help me. I'm
looking for ribbons and service medals, letters of
commodation, etc.

At the end of his term, Sgt. LeBlanc told me he was a
drill instructor on the fireing range. Hope this all
helps.

Thanks so much.

Keywords: Sgt. Mervin LeBlanc from Thibodaux LA



Entry: 84415
Subject: 45TH INFANTRY DIVISION INFORMATION

Glen Barksdale wrote on October 13, 2012


City and State: HUDSONVILLE MI

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am searching for anyone who may have served with my
father Bill G Barksdale he sweved in the 45 TH

Keywords: 45TH INFANTRY DIVISION INFORMATION



Entry: 84409
Subject: LOOKING FOR STORIES AND PHOTOS

Morgan B. Cook wrote on October 12, 2012


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am searching for anyone who may have served with my
grandfather, SFC Kenneth Bryant Cook,1ST PLATOON,
Company C, 1ST Battalion, 45TH INFANTRY. He told me
many stories and has few pictures. I know he fought
at Heartbreak Ridge where he recieved two Bronze
Stars and the Purple Heart. He passed away in
2010 and people tell me that my character of a man is
just like his. If anyone has served and could tell me
more about him at that time in his life or has any
pictures as well, please email me!

Keywords: Heartbreak Ridge, Poverty Knob, 1ST PLATOON, Company
C, 1ST Battalion, 45TH INFANTRY, Kenneth Bryant Cook



Entry: 83222
Subject: LOOKING FOR ARMY BUDDIES FROM KOREAN WAR

James Lee King wrote on June 1, 2012


City and State: WINFIELD KS

Unit: 8TH ARMY 45TH DIV

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for any information on the guys, I was in
Korea from Dec, 52 to Feb, 53. Went there from Ft.
Riley, KS

Keywords: Curtis W.Smith, Milo L Kaisersate, Robert E. Rice,
Jack Barbe, Eddie Cobb, Gerald J. Fasullo



Entry: 82893
Subject: 179TH INF REGT CO L 3RD PLATOON

Jack D. Smith wrote on April 28, 2012


City and State: ELKHART IN

Unit: 179TH INF REGT CO L 3RD PLATOON

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Wounded in vicinity of Mung Dung Ni 21 March 1953
Resident of Indiana

Keywords:



Entry: 82672
Subject: RICHARD HALL/ KOREA OCT/1951 TO OCT/1952

Richard Hall wrote on April 5, 2012


City and State: MATTAWAN MI

Unit: HQ.BATTERY 45TH DIVARTY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking to connect with Friends I may know.

Keywords: HQ Battery 45th DivArty/ Angol



Entry: 82288
Subject: 2ND LT. JAMES C. DAVIS

Edward Camp wrote on February 29, 2012


City and State: KANSAS CITY MO

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: Looking for information on 2nd Lt. James C. Davis of
the 180th Item company during June 1952 battle of T-
Bone Hill #191. I am helping a veteran with the
history of this battle and any information would be
appreciated.

Keywords: 180th Inf. T-Bone Hill Item Company



Entry: 82287
Subject: 2ND LT. NATHAN SMITH

Edward Camp wrote on February 29, 2012


City and State: KANSAS CITY MO

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: Looking for information on 2nd Lt. Nathan Smith,
middle initial maybe H or M. Was at the T-Bone
battle in June 1952. Would like to contact for
information on battle.

Keywords: 180th Inf. T-Bone



Entry: 81961
Subject: LOOKING FOR TOM ARMS FROM THE 45TH INFANTRY KOREAN WAR?

Katie Flora wrote on February 2, 2012


City and State: HUTCHINSON KS

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: My dear friend, Pam, is looking for her Dad.
The 45th infantry is the only connection we
have to possibly locate him. PLEASE if you
know anything about Tom, please contact me.
Bless you!

Keywords: Daughter Pam, born in 1955



Entry: 81960
Subject: LOOKING FOR TOM ARMS FROM THE 45TH INFANTRY KOREAN WAR?

Katie Flora wrote on February 2, 2012


City and State: HUTCHINSON KS

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: My dear friend, Pam, is looking for her Dad.
The 45th infantry is the only connection we
have to possibly locate him. PLEASE if you
know anything about Tom, please contact me.
Bless you!

Keywords: Daughter Pam, born in 1955



Entry: 81184
Subject: DOES ANYONE KNOW GLEN EDWARD MORROW FROM THE KOREAN WAR?

Ryan Morrow wrote on November 27, 2011


City and State: SPRINGFIELD IL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Does anyone know my grandpa, Glen E. Morrow (who's still alive)? Please
email me if so with anything you'd like to tell me about him in Korea,
thanks!

Keywords: 45, glen, morrow, 1952, ammo, truck, transport, infantry, springfield,
illinois



Entry: 81131
Subject: REST IN PEACE

Phillip Breseke wrote on November 23, 2011


City and State: BALLWIN MO

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Rest in Peace Sgt 1st Class Roger LeRoy Allison, 45th Thunderbird Division - Korea 1952 - 1954,my Uncle and Godfather.

Keywords:



Entry: 80206
Subject: LOOKING FOR OLD BUDDIES

John H. Miller SR. wrote on August 31, 2011

Email Update Needed



City and State: MAGALIA CA

Unit: 45TH INFANTRY DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords:  



Entry: 79540
Subject: 45TH DIV/180TH I AND R PLT

Marshall Ritchey wrote on July 6, 2011


City and State: MILILANI HI

Unit: 180TH INF REGT I - R PLT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: With 180th Fox Co BAR for 4-5 months transferred to I and R Plt when they found out I could read a map. Rotated out w/ 35 points to Japan around June, 1953. I arrived in October, 1952. I just turned 18 and came in at Inchon. I also remember Yongdungpo, chunchon, Kumhwa and many other areas

Keywords: Santi ri , Lukes Castle. Injin, Sandbag Castles, Hill 854, Heartbreak and other places. Master Sgt Kurt Stiener, Sgt Lotic, Spencer, Lt trickey, Lt Seeley and Sgt Hu, lt shelton and Doc Middleton. 



Entry: 78934
Subject: SGT POULSON - DEFENSE PLATOON HEADQUARTERS COMPANY

Richard Miller wrote on May 17, 2011

Email Update Needed



City and State: PROVO UT

Unit: 45 TH HQ COMPANY DEFENSE PLATOON

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords:  



Entry: 78811
Subject: DAD WITH THE 45TH DIV, 179TH INF, I CO

David Ranes wrote on May 2, 2011


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: God bless

Keywords: Seeing if any body knew James(aka Jim) Ranes. He was from Perry, OK and corporal in 179th Inf. I co. He said that the 45th was in 3 major battles and 4 minor battles. Would like to know the names, location, times of these battles. Also Outpost Eerie, Alligator Jaw, T-bone, Pork chop, and the village of Pokkae. Those were some of the places he talk about.  






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