504th Transportation Truck Company


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Entry: 91979
Subject: 504TH TRANSPORTATION TRUCK COMPANY

Gary Lewis wrote on October 8, 2015

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City and State: YALE OK

Unit: 504 TRANS TRK

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Anyone who served with SFC James White when he was wounded during a bombing on 1-22-53 to support his lost medals claim.

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Entry: 91361
Subject: 504 TRANSPORTATION

Jack Moore wrote on June 9, 2015


City and State:

Unit: TRANSPORTATION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for old army buddies in the 504 transportation.
Korea 1952-1953

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Entry: 85998
Subject: OLD MEMORIES

Jack Keech wrote on April 17, 2013


City and State: MADELIA MN

Unit: 504TH LIGHT TRUCK CO.70TH BAT.351ST GROUP

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was with the 504th part of 1953,looking for Sammy Smith from
St.Louis,Roy Cartmille from Mexico,Missouri,Richard Zwart from
california.Thomas Friend from Philly,I would love to hear from any
servivors. Jack Keech.

Keywords: I was a deuace and a half driver.



Entry: 74649
Subject: ANYONE KNOWING WILLIAM(BO)CORLEY

David Corley wrote on May 11, 2010


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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I would love to know if anyone has pictures of anything to do with this unit...such as unit patches or unit logos...Thanks in advance

Keywords: My father was a truck driver



Entry: 63471
Subject: REMEMBERING MY FATHER..

Marty Morris wrote on December 20, 2007


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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I was going through some paper work from my fathersdays in the service...He was in the 504th truck transport division...is there anyone who remembers Norman Morris he went into the sevice in 1951...he died in 1994 and it would be such a wonderful gift to here from someone who might remember him..Sincerely and respectfully...Marty

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Entry: 62505
Subject: RICHARD SAMPRIETRO PLEASE CALL.

Italo Sgaraglia wrote on October 5, 2007

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City and State: FLUSHING NY

Unit: 504 TRANSPORTATION TRUCK CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

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Entry: 56114
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Richard Sampietro SR. wrote on March 5, 2006

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City and State: EAST HAVEN CT

Unit: 504TH TRANSPORTATION COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: Hugo Saluti

Quincy, Ma.



Entry: 49414
Subject: INFORMATION ABOUT MY FATHER

Patricia Wicker wrote on March 7, 2005


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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: It's a long shot but I was wondering if the name rings a bell to anyone. I know he was involved in the liberation in Germany, but he also was involved in the Korean war. Thanks for your help!

Keywords: I'm trying to track down any information about my father. I know he served in the Korean war and was assigned to a transportation company. He worked on duces and jeeps. His name was Willis Benjamin and I believe he was an E5 or E6 at the time.



Entry: 44565
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Lawrence (Larry) Hochfeld wrote on July 17, 2004


City and State: TAMARAC FL

Unit: 504TH TRANSPORTATION TRUCK COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

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Entry: 36124
Subject: 504TH

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: The 504th had a great compliment of Officers, Non-coms and Enlisted men who all worked together to get their jobs done and to keep our trucks rolling 24 hours a day.

I was Sgt. Whites Mess Hall Driver for a while and then was the company clerk and mailman. I also played ping pong at the officers club and the elisted mens Club. I played volleyball and softball. I was in the 504th from November 1951 to January 4, 1953 when i was rotated home.

Keywords: I arrived in Wonju, Korea in November 1951 and was assigned to the 504th Transportation Truck Company under the Command of Captain Clarence L. Walk. In December/January we broke camp and moved to a town called Sok-cho-ri which was on the Sea Of Japan and where LST's arrived from Japan with various and assorted supplies for the front line troops. In the summer of 1952 we were awarded the Unit Commendation for the work we did in transporting the First Marine Division from the West Coast to the East Coast of Korea as we were placed on TDY for two weeks and for all the good driving we did to bring those guys up front the supplies that they needed.







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