45th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital


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Entry: 84346
Subject: U.S. ARMY, 35TH INFANTRY REGIMENT, 25TH INFANTRY DIVISION

Kenneth Crowson wrote on October 5, 2012

Email Update Needed



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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: On May 9, 1953 my brother, Cloise Melvin Crowson,
received a bullet from a sniper. He was driven from
the front to the Hospital but almost bled to death on
the three-hour trip. He underwent a complicated four-
hour operation, requiring 16 blood transfusions. He
undoubtedly would have died if the 45th Hospital had
not been left at Freedom Village.

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Entry: 50864
Subject: 8076 MASH

J. Hannan wrote on May 15, 2005


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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My dad, CPT Charles Hannan, was a surgeon in the 8076 and even commanded it for a short period. I would love to hear from anyone who knew him.

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Entry: 49672
Subject: MASH INFO.

Kayla Carter wrote on March 21, 2005


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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I am writting a paper over MASH and I am looking for any real life information that can be given.

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Entry: 48429
Subject: INFORMATION REGARDING MASHS

Kristen Jones wrote on January 27, 2005


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Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: I'm a High School Senior doing an intrenal assesment on MASHs in Korea. I would love to know the history behide the idea of the MASH and would like to know how it affected the Korean war. any personal stories or feelings would be great!I would love to hear from you all!

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Entry: 45361
Subject: MY FATHER WAS AMBULANCE DRIVER IN KOREA

Melinda Hayward wrote on August 22, 2004


City and State: MELBOURNE FL

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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father was Oren Franklin Gillis. I wondered if anyone knew him over there? Also I am writing a paper for College on MASH units and would appreciate any information about them and what it was like there. My dad said he met Marylin Monroe over there. He said he drove the ambulance she rode in.

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Entry: 36291
Subject: 8076 MASH HWACHON 1952

Larry Lenoir wrote on August 15, 2003


City and State: BESSEMER AL

Unit: 8076 MASH@HWACHON 1952

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I was a cook and mess sargent .I remember one of our cooks delbert Smith from Neb. and james Reid from Huntsville al.
I went south on msr 17 to Chunchon every day to pick up rations and medical sup
I remember 2 of the nurses were Lt,Duckworth,and Lt Potter
would like yo hear from any that was their at the time

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Entry: 36258
Subject: INTERESTING IN LEARNING ABOUT EXPERIENCES

Ryan Williams wrote on August 14, 2003


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Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: I am currently working on a graduate project regarding the medical technology used in various wars throughout US history. I was wondering if anyone could send me some information regarding their experiences, how things were different from wars that preceded Korea. I am especially interested in the advances as compared to WWII, specifically advances in medical technology used/surgeries not previously performed, and the use of helicopters.

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Entry: 31863
Subject: MASH 45

Melissa Robinson wrote on February 9, 2003


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Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: I'm a high school student doing a project on the Korean War. My main point is to try to show people how it was like to live in a MASH unit during the war. Please send any information you can about life in a MASH. Thanks for your help.

Keywords: MASH 45th, MASH 8076th



Entry: 31617
Subject: MASH#8076 REUNION

Myles Davidson wrote on January 31, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State: LOUISVILLE KY

Unit: MASH#8076 THEN 45TH

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: SERVED AS PHARMACY TECH FROM APRIL1952 UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1953.MADE MILK SHAKES FOR RETURNING WOUNDED POW'S AT FREEDOM VILLAGE (Panmunjon) on 38th parallel.while truce was being negotiated.

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Entry: 27487
Subject: I WAS 8076 AND 45TH-LAB TECH

Douglas Parks wrote on August 9, 2002


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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I just had a reunion of a couple of guys that were in the MASH same time I was . Great to talk over the times. Is there or has there been a reunion of the unit?

Keywords: Operation little and big switch



Entry: 25524
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David Harman SR. wrote on May 16, 2002


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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

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Entry: 24932
Subject: MEMBER 45TH MASH

William Hasselbrinck wrote on April 24, 2002

Email Update Needed



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Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I would like to hear from anyone knowing Capt. Elizabeth Gilbert who served with the 45th MASH in 1953.

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Entry: 13996
Subject: MEMBER 8076-45TH 10-52 TO 02-54

Alfred Chock wrote on January 1, 2001


City and State: AUSTIN TX

Unit: 8076MASH-45TH SURG HOSPHWACHOCN MUNSAN-NI

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Reported to unit in October 1952 and departed Feb
54 with over 40 rotational points. Awarded Army
Commendational Ribbon with Metal Pendant in Jan 54
for service Oct 52 to Jan 54. Discharged from
Army in Sep 54. Entered Air Force in 55. Retired
from Air Force as Chief Master Sergeant (E-9) in

Keywords: Hwachon, Munsan-ni, Operation Little and Big
Switch, Support Pork Chop to help overflow at
Norwegian MASH, support 40th D



Entry: 3578
Subject: INFO

Leonard O. (Len) Loethen wrote on August 28, 1999

Email Update Needed



City and State: CEDAR CREEK TX

Unit: 45TH MASH

Service or Relationship: Army

Comments: 45TH MASH

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