707th Ordnance Maintenance Company


Photo by Hal Barker








Legacy Messages - 1995-1999







NEXT 50 END

57 Messages

Page 1

1 2
Entry: 93206
Subject: LOOKING FOR FORMER ARMY BUDDIES

Eugene Hintz wrote on May 25, 2016


City and State: BEAVER DAM WI

Unit: CO B, 707TH ORD BN, 7TH INF DIV, CAMP CASEY 1955-

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone I served with at Camp Casey Korea with Co B 707th Ord, 7th Inf Div Oct 1955 - Dec 1956. Came over to Korea on the General R. L. Howze and went home on the General Anderson

Keywords:



Entry: 92951
Subject: WILLIAM LEE GREEN

Cherie White wrote on April 1, 2016


City and State:

Unit: 707TH MAINT. BN

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: I am looking for people who served with my brother William Lee Green. I dont know which unit he was in. He has lukima and we have very very few pictures of him when he serve in Vietnam and Korea or his duty stations in Colorado or Washington. If you have any please contact me. The family would greatly appreciate it.

Keywords:



Entry: 92576
Subject: ORDNANCE PARTS SPECIALIST

Robert L. Murray wrote on January 20, 2016


City and State: EAST ROCKAWAY, NY,

Unit: 707 ORD BAT. CAMP CASEY, KOREA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Served in Korea from March of 1957 till July 1958.

Discharged about the 2nd week in August of 1958

Keywords: Looking to see if any one members me. I was stationed in a little ordnance support group just outside Camp Casey. There was about 20 solders there.

Some names I remember were Bob Bell, from San Pedro, Ca. and Chris Mehiel from Maryland.



Entry: 91505
Subject: SGT SAMMY CRUMPLER JR.

Parker Crumpler wrote on July 5, 2015


City and State: FL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My grandfather earned five campaign stars during the Korean war. He served with the
7th infantry division, 707 ORD CO 2nd PLTN this is what his retirement plaque says.
He enlisted 7/17/1946 she. He was 15. He died in 1997 at the age of 66. I never
knew much about his service. I am the last male heir in my family and would like to
know more about his service. He never told my grandmother or other family members
about his time in Korea. He ran officers clubs afterwards and retired from the
army in 1966 at 35. His name on the plaque is Sgt. Sammy Crumpler Jr. He was from
Florida. His plaque has a presedidential unit citation and WWII victotry medal
along with Korean war, ( 5 campaign stars) NATO Korean war medal good conduct medal
marksmanship badge army occupation medal and that is all I really know. According
to my grandmother his first year of service was with the Marine corps. Any
information regarding his service would be greatly appreciated.

Keywords:



Entry: 87612
Subject: D CO, 707 MAINT BN

Michael (Mike) Zimmerman wrote on November 9, 2013


City and State: IL

Unit: D CO, 707 MN BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Be interested in communicating with any men who served in Camp
Hovey, Korea, about 1964-1965, particularly with D Company, 707
Maintenance Battalion, but also with the 32nd Infantry.
Mike

Keywords: D Company, 707 Maintenance Battalion, Korea 1964, Korea 1965, Camp
Hovey 1965



Entry: 85505
Subject: E CO 707 MAINTENCE 69 70

Robert (Bob) Shirley wrote on February 19, 2013


City and State: ATLANTA TX

Unit: E CO 707 MAINTENCE BAT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: Looking for anyone from E 707 Maint Bat, billited a
the Enginears coumpound in 1969 and 70. Call me at 903
824 1949 or email at nacoboy@aol.com.



Entry: 83299
Subject: LOOKING FOR FRIENDS 1964-65

Jimmy C. Kovar SR. wrote on June 9, 2012


City and State: LANCASTER TX

Unit: HQ&COA 707TH MAINT BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Getting old now and hope someone remembers me.

Keywords: I was the Unit Supply Clerk under Sgt.Tanner. I knew
most everyone that I served with and would like to
hear from you.



Entry: 82727
Subject: PLEASE HELP

Edward Mackey wrote on April 11, 2012


City and State: FALLS CITY NE

Unit: E CO 707 MAINT BAT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: i was stationed at north camp casey from 1968 -1969
iam looking for anyone that served with me.clyde
mooney,bob lilly, mr.rose.my memory is not to good
any more.iam having a lot of health problems that my
dr. says that are due to herbaside expsure.i was
denied disability because tha army said we didnt
handle any AO. i just need help provng that we
did.can any of my army brothers help me please befor
its to late.thank you and god bless america and all
vets.

Keywords: hellicopter mechanic



Entry: 82553
Subject: 707TH ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE CO

Nicole Klamert wrote on March 23, 2012


City and State: MEDINA OH

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My Dad is Tom Klamert. He unfortunatly passed away
in '00 from colon cancer. I have just been diagnosed
w/ spinal sifida. My local VA seems to think it has
to do w/ agent orange. He did talk about being in DMZ
but I need surgery, so I need any pictures,
documents, or any other information that may help my
case. If you don't have anything that could help,
does anyone have any good memories to share of this
wonderful man?

Keywords:



Entry: 81263
Subject: HQ AND COA707THMAINTBN7THINFDIV CAMP CASEY 1969

Nick Panico JR. wrote on December 7, 2011


City and State: DOUGLASVILLE GA

Unit: 707TH MAINT BN 7TH INF DIV

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: VA claim for AO denied twice in 2011 because this
support unit is not specifically listed with the VA
for exposure to Agent Orange in Korea. Just retained
a lawyer who told me to reach out to as many others
who served with me in the 707th MaintBn at Camp
Casey, Korea in 1969. The point is it now up to us to
prove that we were exposed during our truck runs to
fix equipment in the vicinity of the DMZ and to go
out in the field for extended periods (drink water,
sleep on soil, etc).I was trained at Red Stone
Arsenal in Alabama for RADAR and was sent to Camp
Casey from April 1969 to June 1969 by mistake while
the rest of soldiers I trained with were sent to Camp
Red Cloud. After 3 months I was transferred to join
the others at Red Cloud. All these years later, I am
very sick with Diabetes II, retinopathy, neuropathy,
high blood pressure, and take insulin and be very
careful to avoid stressing myself. I am now 65 years
old.
I did contact another veteran from this site who
confirmed my memories of being in the field and also
going up to Camp Alamo by truck to repair equipment,
right beside the DMZ. Now I remember why I always
said It was like going to the Alamo. All my doctors
including the VA doctors affirm my medical condition,
and I need to reach out to you who were there with me
to prove that our AO disability was caused by direct
exposure to this toxin by our work with supporting
units out in the field in and near the DMZ. My name
is Nick and please call me at 770-920-1091 or email
at sherylpanico@bellsouth.net.

Keywords: Camp Casey
Camp Alamo
DMZ
Agent Orange KOREA 1969
Hq and CoA707thMaintBn7thInfDiv



Entry: 81000
Subject: SEARCHING FOR GEORGE HOLLAND

Lori Warren wrote on November 11, 2011


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Alan Pauley and George Holland served in Korea together
'67-'68. 7th Infantry, E Company, 707th Maintenance
Battalion. I am Alan Pauley's daughter and am trying to
help him find George Holland from Ft Indiantown Gap,
PA. Anyone from this unit is more than welcome to email
me - I'm sure dad would like to talk to you, too.

Keywords: Holland, E Company, 707th Maintenance, 7th Infantry, Korea



Entry: 80888
Subject: COMPANY C 707 MAINTENANCE BN. 1969-1970

Bobbie Lowe wrote on November 3, 2011


City and State:

Unit: COMPANY C 707 MAINTENANCE BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: r from any one that served with me

Keywords: unchon-ni



Entry: 80708
Subject: 707 ORD. MAINT. CO.A (FWD)

Ellis Mercier wrote on October 15, 2011


City and State: OCONTO WI

Unit: &07 ORD. MAINT. BAT. CO. A (FWD)

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: All WW11 equiptment, tools, tanks And trucks. Hot in
summer and cold in winter working on them outside.
Good bunch of guys.

Keywords: looking for old buddies, Jessie Ramirez,Jr, Robert B.
Deutschman, Harold L. Slate any others from our
outfit. Later attached to 32th inf service co. As 1th
platoon foward.



Entry: 77338
Subject: HQ. AND HQ. CO.707TH MAINT BAT

James Bell wrote on January 3, 2011


City and State: GREENSBORO NC

Unit: HQ.-HQ. CO. 707TH MAINT. BATT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: looking for friends stayed in hut across for headquarters building

Keywords:



Entry: 74434
Subject: 7TH INFANTRY, 707 ORDINANCE COMPANY A

Wen O. wrote on April 21, 2010

Email Update Needed



City and State: CT

Unit: 7TH INFANTRY, 707 ORDINANCE, COMPANY A

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Hi. I am trying to find those who served with my father
Len. He served in the US Army late 1950's - early 1960's
and was in Korea around 1960. Served in 7th Infantry, 707
Ordinance, Company A, Camp Hovey. Provided support for
32nd and 34th.

A couple of names he gave me are: Bernard Hines (or
Hynes?), Rieley (or Rilley?). If you served with him
and/or have any information please email me. He would
like to get back in touch.

Thank you very much.

Keywords: US Army, 7th Infantry, 707 Ordinance, Company A, Camp
Hovey, 1960, 32nd and 34th support



Entry: 74171
Subject: ANY INFO RE: VIRGIL JOHN VORNBROCK - KOREA EARLY 1950'S

D. Vornbrock wrote on April 1, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My family knows very little about my fathers service in Korea. I'm looking for anyone who knew Virgil John Vornbrock during his service. We believe that he shipped from Seattle and was in Japan at some point. He did earn a Purple Heart, but we have no information regarding the circumstances. He served in the early 1950's and may have been in M company.

Keywords:



Entry: 74119
Subject: BATTLE HISTORY CO M 707 ORD MAINT KOREA 1950-52

Douglas Pilcher JR. wrote on March 28, 2010

Email Update Needed



City and State: WHITE OAK TX

Unit: CO M 707 ORD MAINTENANCE

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Dad is incapacitated and not well. Need info. of his battle locations in chronological order. Trying to write his military history for his services. I have his discharge papers.

Keywords: Dad was nicknamed "TEX" during his army stint. Company M 707 Ord Maintenance 7th Inf. Div US56059038 Enlisted Nov.8,1950 Salt Lake City UT SFC George D. Pilcher Hon. Discharge 1952



Entry: 71389
Subject: CAMP PAINE

Bill Brengard wrote on August 24, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State: DINGMANS FERRY PA

Unit: B CO 707TH

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: looking for buddies from 1968 to 1969. I was a field
artillery repairman. looking for tom hitt,jack saurerwine
and ernie descoutexthanks for your time



Entry: 71167
Subject: KOREA 707TH ORDNACE INSTRUMENTS

Cornelius Moriarty JR. wrote on August 5, 2009


City and State: HAUPPAUGE NY

Unit: 707TH ORDNANCE SEPT 51-JUNE52

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking to hear from anyone I may have served with. Names I remember are Ted Hansen, Arthur Hovdie, Charles Oldman.

Keywords: I went by the name Neal,



Entry: 67956
Subject: LOOKING FOR PAST FRIENDS

Michael Bonavito wrote on November 20, 2008


City and State: BUFFALO NY

Unit: HG AND CO A 707 MAINT.BATT.CAMP CASEY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: SERVED DURING 1966-68..ANYONE REMEMBERS ME OR ANYTHING CONCERNING WHAT WE DID..WHO COULD COLLABORATE DMZ SUPPORT FOR AGENT ORANGE CONCERNS PLEASE GET BACK..GOD BLESS



Entry: 67889
Subject:

David A. Velasco SR. wrote on November 15, 2008

Email Update Needed



City and State: HOUSTON TX

Unit: B CO., 707 MAINT BT,

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was a mechanic and served '64-'65. Came in as a PFC. Left as a SP4. I lived a year within the confines of the Co. except for a few USO sponsored trips to Seoul and the times I went to recreation center. The whole year there was an experience.

Keywords: Camp Paine, S. Korea



Entry: 67506
Subject: IN 707 FOR ADMINISTRATION, I WORKED FOR THE DIVISION ORDNANCE OFFICER

Norman Roberts wrote on October 15, 2008

Email Update Needed



City and State: CA

Unit: 707 ORDNANCE MAINTRENANCE COMPANY, 7TH DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: My service with 707 was from June 1951 through April, 1952. We got combat time--9 months. I never was promoted to sergeant. I think the reason was an IG inspection questioning how our little unit handled classified documents--up to secret. I gave the officer a "by the book answer." He left--no problem, until he returned with the company commander. The IG then said, and I quote "Tell Captain---how he should take care of classified documents." I think that put me on the wrong side of the captain and the first sergeant--any promotion papers for me got lost.All of the enlisted personnel in 707 were great--the officers were there because they couldn't do any harm in ordnance. If anyone there with me is still alive--we are all 80 or so--remind me of who you are.

Keywords: My partner was Jin Freshour, the most versatile and competent person I ever met.
The company C.O., for a while was Raymond Dent. The ass't ordnance officer was Major Naile, a colorful person. Ordnance officer, if I remember correctly, was Colonel Marker.



Entry: 62913
Subject: SFC CHARLES WM. COLE

Thom Cole wrote on November 9, 2007

Email Update Needed



City and State: ANNISTON AL

Unit: 1 PLT, CO. B 707 ORDNANCE BN 7TH INF DIV

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I'm looking for anyone who knew my Dad, SFC Charles Wm. Cole from Graham, Alabama in the 707th Ordnance Bn. in Korea 1953-54. He's 80 now and loves to tell stories about his friends from Camp Casey and travelling around rebuilding small arms and artillery.

Also, anyone who knew my Uncle, 2LT James Lee Thompson Jr. from Heflin, Alabama who was the forward observer for A battery, 52nd FA BN in Task Force Smith. He was killed in action 5 July 1950 in Osan and his body recovered in 1952. His unit suffered almost 50% casualties at Osan but I have photos of many members of the unit before they were deployed, most of them surely killed shortly afterward. I'd love to have someone identify these HEROES and get copies to their families.

Keywords: Co. B 707th Ordnance Bn. 7th Inf Div.
Ken Wooster
Catterton
Task force Smith
Battery A 52 Field Artillery Bn
2LT James Lee Thompson Jr.



Entry: 60119
Subject: 707TH ORDNANCE A CO

Dave Antonelli wrote on February 25, 2007

Email Update Needed



City and State: DOVER OH

Unit: 707TH ORD A CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: served nov. 1960 feb 1962. caught up in JFK extension. would like to hear from anyone close to that time frame

Keywords:



Entry: 58689
Subject: 1946 ESCAPE

Jack Mcmahon wrote on August 31, 2006


City and State:

Unit: N/A

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Trying to help a vet who says he and about 10 others were captured around the 38th parallel around jan of 1946, walked for a week, eventually escaped on junks , and picked up by US Navy and brough to Seoul. Anyone part of that group or the navy guys who picked them up, or 707 guys who remember searching for them. Any
specifics are welcome.
thanks
jmc

Keywords: 38th parallel, 707th; capture; escape; navy rescue



Entry: 58605
Subject: CO. A 707TH ORDNANCE BATTALION APO 7

D. Barbieri wrote on August 22, 2006

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit: COMPANY A 707 ORDNANCE BATTALION APO7

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking for an Army flag for my father-in-law. He served in Korea from 1953 to 1954. I'd like to give it to him as a surprise for Christmas and the only info. I can get out of him is that he belonged to Company A 707th Ordnance Battalion APO 7. If I ask anymore questions he will become curious and I want this to be a surprise. His name is Sgt. Benjamin N. Barbieri and I have his serial number. He really would like this flag, can anyone help? I really appreciate any help. God Bless everyone.

Keywords: Army Company A 707 ordnance, flag, Sgt. Benjamin Barbieri



Entry: 58337
Subject:

Carl R. White wrote on August 2, 2006

Email Update Needed



City and State: FRIPP ISLAND SC

Unit: CO A, 2ND PLT, 707TH ORDNANCE BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am inquiring about a visit to the 707th Ordnance Bn by General Paul W. Caraway in Korea in 1956. Gen Caraway was the CO of the 7th ID at the time. I was part of a group of 8 that the general conducted a personnel and equipment inspection at the 17th Infantry at Camp Kaiser. There is a interesting story to tell about that particular inspection. I noticed on a web search that a Kostas A. Kostamolas had experienced an inspection by Gen Caraway while he was in Korea. By hitting on his search it took me to this site of which I'm a member. At this point I'm at a dead end on the subject. If Mr Kostamolas reads this, get in touch with me at carlw@islc.net....I would appreciate it.

Keywords: Carl, Co A, 2nd Plt, 707th Ordnance Bn, Camp Kaiser, Korea 155-57



Entry: 56526
Subject: 81ST ORDNANCE CO, MANNHEIM GERMANY

Larry Ritthaler wrote on April 3, 2006

Email Update Needed



City and State: MILWAUKIE OR

Unit: 81ST ORDNANCE CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who was at Spinalli Bks, 81st Ord Co 1962-1964 81st Ordnance Company Mannheim Germany

Keywords: Spinalli Barracks, Joe Barbaritano,Mike Sydenstricker,Tony Lombardi, Mogendorf,Bob Eck, Jim Tucci



Entry: 54116
Subject: HI, MY NAME IS KOSTAS A. KOSTAMOLAS:JAPAN, KOREA 1949- 1951

Kostas A. (Gus) Kostamoulas SR. wrote on November 15, 2005


City and State: SHARPSVILLE PA

Unit: HQ. CO.2ND BATT.32ND INF.BATT. 7TH INF DIV.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: Amlooking for guys i served with in Japan and Korea from 1949- 1951.Coffee,Delaney,Head,Wilson,Bradley.WHERE ARE YOU GUYS.....GUS



Entry: 53946
Subject: B COMPANY 707TH MAINTENANCE COMPANY

John M. Ace wrote on November 6, 2005


City and State:

Unit: B COMPANY 707TH MAINTENANCE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I served in B Company 707th Maintenance Company from 1966-68 in Paju-ri, Korea. Would like to contact anyone who served at same time in that unit.
See my website:
http://camppaine.freeservers.com/

Keywords:



Entry: 53873
Subject: B CO 707 MIANTENANCE

Richard Dumont wrote on November 1, 2005


City and State:

Unit: B CO 707TH MAINTENANCE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Like to hear from anyone who served with me or was at B Co camp in the 1966-1968 period.

Keywords: B Company, 707 Maintenance



Entry: 52387
Subject: PROOF OF SERVICE NEEDED---HELP

Roberta Whitacre wrote on August 1, 2005


City and State:

Unit: 707 ORDNANCE, MAINTENANCE

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: Hello,
I am writing this for Carson CRAIG who is unable to find proof of service due to a fire that destroyed the records in Kansas City. I hope someone can help me find the way to get proof since he is fighting with the V.A. over it.
Carson CRAIG served with the 707 Ordnance; Maintenance division during the war. He was born October 13 1932 and enlisted Oct 17, 1949. His boot camp was Ft. Knox and he was discharged at Ft. Custer in Michigan. Evidently his mother through his discharge away by accident. The 707 was with the 7th division. If anyone can help us find proof of his service please help since he will be denied any help until then.
Thank You
Roberta Whitacre

Keywords: Carson Craig, 7th division, 707 ordnance; maintenance.
Ft. Knox Kentucky 1949 for boot camp



Entry: 52253
Subject: NEW EMAIL ADDRESS

Robert K. (Bob) Nelson wrote on July 25, 2005


City and State: DOVER FOXCROFT ME

Unit: 31ST INF. REGT. AND 'A', 707TH ORD BATTALION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords:



Entry: 50161
Subject: KOREA

Philippe Laporte wrote on April 13, 2005


City and State: LEHIGH ACRES FL

Unit: 7ID 17 INF REG. 2BATT. FOX CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: While guarding POWs on Koje-Do I was thrown from the back of the guard truck and landed on my back.
The sgt. in charge told me to report to the Aid Station which I did. I never gave it much thought until I tried applying for a disability from the VA. It seems that no record of this incident was found. I have tried to contact aanyone that remembered me going to the Aid Station. Would also like to make contact with the Medic in charge at the time.

Keywords: Chorwon,Koje-Do,Triangel,Pork-Chop



Entry: 49948
Subject: LOOKING FOR FRIENDS OF ECHO CO. 69-71

Jeffery Phillipe wrote on April 3, 2005

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit: E. CO. 707TH. MAINT. BN.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Just looking for some old friends from Echo company.
Let me know if anyone is still there.
Jeff

Keywords:



Entry: 49479
Subject:

Debra Cook wrote on March 9, 2005

Email Update Needed



City and State: DANVILLE IL

Unit: ORIDNANCE UNIT 1950'S AUSTRIA

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Looking for this gentleman and friend who also served with him named Louie. Both men from Hawaii. Ordinance in Austria 1950's

Keywords: P. K. Hinch



Entry: 47008
Subject: COMPANY A, 707TH MAINT, 7TH INF DIV - ROBERT PERTIET

Randy Pertiet wrote on November 21, 2004

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father, Robert Pertiet died while in service in Korea (7/63) while in Company A, 707th Maint, 7th Inf Div. Anyone out there work with him?

Thanks,

Randy Pertiet

Keywords: Robert Pertiet



Entry: 43438
Subject: INCHON

Claud Garland wrote on June 1, 2004

Email Update Needed



City and State: CLEVELAND TN

Unit: 707 ORD. MAINT CO. 7TH INF DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: i would like to comunicate with any one from my outfit.i joined the 707th in japan in august 1950, stayed with it until it went to korea, at the invasion of inchon,we went ashore and went on to link with the 1st. cav div.at seoul and then on to pusan, where we loaded on ships and went north to the invasion of iwon. we then went on northto koti-ri and chosen resivor. we took part in the evacutaion of hungnan, we were loaded on ships and went back to pusan. then north to near the 38th parall. i then came back to states.

Keywords: i was in korea with the 707th ord maint. co. went into koprea at inchon invasion, went on to seoul and then pusan loaded on ship and went to invasion of iwon. on to chosen resivor.



Entry: 41606
Subject: 707 ORD.CO. MAINTENANCE PLT. 7TH. INF.

Don Campbell wrote on March 9, 2004

Email Update Needed



City and State: LEBANON IN

Unit: 707 ORD. CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Was in Korea 1962-1963 7Th. Inf. Div.

Keywords:



Entry: 39674
Subject: ROBERT

Robert Nelson wrote on January 3, 2004

Email Update Needed



City and State: ME

Unit: 3RD PLT. 'A', 707TH

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Where are you Ernest Steffey?????

Keywords:



Entry: 36929
Subject: NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS

Chester Trzupek wrote on September 14, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State: SOUTH CHICAGO HEIGHTS IL

Unit: 707TH ORDANANCE CO. 7TH.DIV.

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Please be advised that I have a new E-Mail address, it is;

cht914@comcast.net

thank you

"God Bless America"

Keywords:



Entry: 36901
Subject: NEED INFO:

Orval G. Kitsmiller wrote on September 13, 2003


City and State: RIVERDALE GA

Unit: HQS-COB,707TH ORD BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Hi- I need to contact anyone who was with the Ord medium Maint co at Ft Carson in '49-50, which went to Korea in '50. I was in chg of a M-26 tank recvy veh which was left behind in Japan,later landed in Hungnam,North Korea with the Marines, later joined our unit outside of Seoul.Need info on citations the unit received as the Med Maint Co during the war.I left a tank trailer in the North Korean capitol Pyongyang, to be bombed by the Air Force during our evacuation southward.After becoming the 707th Ord Bn, at Camp Casey, I served as 1st Sgt till I rotated in 1951,in Hdqs and CoB. I'd like to hear from any of the "OLE TIMERS" that might still be around that could help me with some needed info.Write or e-mail me.if anyones still left!Best to all! "KIT"

Keywords:



Entry: 34768
Subject: 48 TO 49

Allen Underwood wrote on June 9, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit: 790TH TROB (47-48) 707TH 7TH DIV (48-49) 702ND 2ND

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Looking for anyone who served with me.

Keywords:



Entry: 34296
Subject: 44TH ORDINANCE COMPANY

Bill Henderson wrote on May 21, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: Anyone still alive from Spinelli Barracks, era 1960-1963

Keywords:



Entry: 33408
Subject: COMPANY B 707 MAINTENANCE BN

Bruce Adams wrote on April 5, 2003


City and State: NORTHPORT NY

Unit: COMPANY B 707TH MAINTENANCE BATTALION 7TH INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I was Company Commander of Company B, 707th Maintenance Battalion, near Paju-ri Korea in 1967 and 1968. Does anyone want to exchange photos of that area?

Keywords: 707th Maintenance Battalion, Charlie Block, Munsan, Paju-ri, Camp Paine,



Entry: 28430
Subject: B CO, 707TH ORD BN '56 - '57

Colby Taylor wrote on September 22, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit: B CO, 707TH ORD BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Have many memories and photos.

Keywords:



Entry: 26752
Subject: B CO, 707TH ORD BN '53-54'

Thomas Groninga wrote on July 5, 2002


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Looking for friends of my father, Ken Groninga. He served in B Co 707th Ordnance BN in Korea from Sep 53-Dec 54.

Keywords: 707th Ordnance Battalion



Entry: 25492
Subject: 707TH ORDNANCE BN.

Robert A.T. Sanford wrote on May 15, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Anyone in the battalion from June 54-May55.Lt. Joe Bills from California et al where are you?

Keywords:



Entry: 24418
Subject: A CO 3/53-7/54

Donald E. Farrow wrote on March 31, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: NORTH ANDOVER MA

Unit: 7TH DIVISION, 707TH ORDNANCE BATTALION, CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Looking for members from the 707th ordnance battalion,7th division company "A". That has served there between 3/53- 7/54. Please contact me with any information through the E-Mail or mailing address above.

Keywords: Ronald D. Soderberg- 3/53-7/54 (same)
Alfred P.K. Hinch- "
Ira V. Zigler-"



Entry: 22940
Subject: TROOP SHIP DEPARTING INCHON 7/54

John Ralston Lawson JR. wrote on February 6, 2002


City and State: WILMINGTON VT

Unit: 707 ORD 7TH DIV.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I am searching for fellow GI's or Marines who departed Inchon aboard a troop ship for San Francisco on or about 7/7/54. The ship took the Alaska route (rather than the Hawaii route). We were served 1 scoop of beans, 1 slice of bread, 1 cup of coffee three times per day for 22 days (This may jog your memory). Please contact me if you left Korea during this time. Thank you.
John R. Lawson, Jr.

Keywords:






NEXT 50 END

57 Messages

Page 1

1 2