76th Engineer Construction Battalion


Photo by Hal Barker

76th Engineer Construction Bn
President: Richard Cerone

Annual reunions, next April 26-29 2018

Contact:

Richard Cerone

PO Box 742
Bridgton ME 04009

Telephone:(207) 647-3877

76th Engineer Construction Bn

Richard Cerone

President








Legacy Messages - 1995-1999







NEXT 50 END

120 Messages

Page 1

1 2 3
Entry: 96869
Subject: THERON ALLEN

Dan Allen wrote on December 2, 2018


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: I am looking for anyone that knew my father. He went by Theron Allen but his real name was George Theron Allen. He was in the service from 1955-1958. I don't know too much about him. I do know that he was in the 76th engineers Battalion in Inchon Korea. He did basics at Fort Jackson and did his engineer training at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri.

Keywords: 76th engineers Battalion Inchon Korea



Entry: 96503
Subject: REACQUAINT WITH PAUL BAUER, CIVIL ENGINEER, 76 HC

Gary Hodgson wrote on October 10, 2018


City and State: LAKE PLACID NY

Unit: 76 ENGINEER HC

Service or Relationship: Army

Comments: Worked with Paul. Camp Eiler, Oseri
Surveyed for 2 missile sites and road work near Camp Hovey. Served June 1963, through July 1964
Remembering our good times at the R&U shop with Paul, Robert McAvoy, Jim
Ugilini, and Larry Brick.

Keywords: Remembering Paul Bauer



Entry: 96271
Subject: 27 TH2019 REUION OF 76TH ENGINEER CONSTRUCTION BATTALION

richard cerone wrote on August 26, 2018


City and State: BRIDGTON ME

Unit: 76TH ENGINEER CO-C

Service or Relationship: army korea 1966 -1967 camp liberty bill

Comments: reunion will be in Lebanon tn please come we have a good time a time to spend time with old friends and make new ones

Keywords: 76 th reunion



Entry: 96146
Subject: REUNION

richard cerone wrote on August 10, 2018


City and State: BRIDGTON ME

Unit: 76TH ENGINEER CONSTRUCTION BATTALION2018

Service or Relationship: army korea 1966 1967

Comments: our reunion for 2019 Thursday april 25 2019 fryday april 26 2019 Saturday april 27 2019 in Lebanon Tennessee at comfort suites 904 Murfreesboro road l Lebanon Tennessee phone 615 443 0027 please come and be part of the fun this is four all 76th engineers and there familys from korea and states thank you Richard cerone

Keywords: 76 th engineer reunion 2019



Entry: 95802
Subject: 76 EBC CO. C 1965-1966

JAMES HAWKINS wrote on June 12, 2018


City and State: ILLIOPOLIS IL

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: Served in CO. C 2ND PLATOON,SGT,Carter March 1965-April 1966. I understand the 76 ENG. went to the states.
ANY ONE STILL ALIVE OUT THERE??

Keywords:



Entry: 95394
Subject: REUNION ASSOCIATION

Richard Cerone wrote on March 5, 2018


City and State: BRIDGTON ME

Unit: 76TH ENGINEER CONSTRUCTION BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: This will be the 26th reunion.

The reunion will be held at Comfort Suites, 904 Murfreesboro Rd, Lebanon, TN 37090.

Each person is responsible for own arrangements.

Call direct to: (615) 443-0027 or to Richard Cerone at (207) 647-3877.

The banquet will be held at Sammy B's which is about 4.5 miles from the Comfort Suites.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Keywords: Reunion Association



Entry: 94496
Subject: APRIL 1961 TO MAY 1962

John Conklin wrote on April 3, 2017


City and State: GOODYEAR AZ

Unit: 76TH ENGR BN, HEADQUARTERS CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I'm looking for any personnel who served in the 76th Engr Bn, headquarters company at Camp Eiler from Apr 61 to May 62. I was a construction surveyor who laid out many Honest John missile sites. I was from New York at the time I served in the army. Also taught at the Army Engineer school at Fort Belvoir, VA, before going to Korea.

Keywords:



Entry: 92760
Subject: LOOKING FOR C 76ENG

Claudie Jackson JR wrote on February 25, 2016


City and State: JACKSON TN

Unit: C CO 76ENG 1969 _1970

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Wood lack to hear from some men

Keywords:



Entry: 92675
Subject: LOOKING FOR

Rocky Chiofar wrote on February 7, 2016


City and State: ORLANDO FL

Unit: B CO. 76TH ENGR.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for Calvin Florence?

Keywords:



Entry: 92078
Subject: FATHER WHO SERVED WITH THE 76TH CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERS

Jerry Sekscinski wrote on October 27, 2015


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Any one who knew Victor Sekscinski I think he was a private at the time when he was with the 76th Construction Engineers, Wolfhound Regiment, 25th Div in Korea jul 1950- Sep 1951. This is to let you Know he passed away today 26 Oct 2015. In my opinion he was a great soldier, father and man any stories about him and his time in Korea would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance BT1 Jerry D Sekscinski USN Retired.

Keywords:



Entry: 91891
Subject: HELLO

Claud Klinner wrote on September 14, 2015


City and State: GADSDEN AL

Unit: COMPANY 8

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: Are there any reunions still being held?

Keywords:



Entry: 91772
Subject: HEADQUARTERS COMPANY

Leo Vernon wrote on August 26, 2015


City and State: DALLAS GA

Unit: 76TH ENGINEER BATTALION CONSTRUCTION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I arrived in Korea in Sept. 1965 and was assigned to Headquarters Company in R&U (maintenance). I was later assigned to guard duty on the gate. We worked 24 hrs off and 8 hours on, it was great duty except for Sgt. Wooten. He was a pain in the butt, he spent most of his time gambling at the club and the village. I left Korea Aug. 29, 1966 and flew straight to Vietnam. While I was there we had a contest to name our battalion, the R&U Master Sgt won the contest with the name the Liberty Bell Battalion. I would like to hear from anyone who served during that time, especially PFC Beck.

Keywords:



Entry: 90785
Subject: ALL 76TH ENGR CONSTRUCTION BN PERSONNEL

Robert Davis wrote on March 14, 2015


City and State: CALHAN CO

Unit: H & S COMPANY ALSO A COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: 76th Engr Bn Const is having their annual reunion in Lebanon, Tn. April 23-26 2015. to be held at the Comfort Suites, 904 Murfreesboro road, Lebanon, Tn.

Zeke Gandara is the Korean War veteran hosting the reunion.

open to all veterans who ever served in the 76th Engr Bn.

Keywords:



Entry: 90664
Subject: LOOKING 76TH ENGRS

Rocky Chiofar wrote on February 25, 2015


City and State: OVIEDO FL

Unit: B COMPANY 76TH ENGERS

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for Louis Zornjak

Keywords: 3055 River Place Cove Apt.211



Entry: 90504
Subject: HHC, 76TH ECB 1-10-66 TO 1-10-67

Ronald Baugher SR. wrote on January 30, 2015


City and State: STATESVILLE NC

Unit: HHC (S3), 76TH ECB

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I would like to reunite with anyone who served with me from Jan. 1966 in HHC, S3-Operations, 76th ECB. I served as editor of the Battalion newspaper until about Sept. '66. I then transferred to duty on the Main Gate as a Security Guard on rotating shifts-8 on, 24 off, until I rotated stateside Jan. 10, 1967. Also, we had a house fire in 1969 and I lost all that I had saved from those days so would love to find someone who has photos, unit pins, maybe even copies of that Battalion News Paper? From Jan. 67 to my ETS May 30, 1968 I was with the 339th Engr, Bn. at Fort Lewis Washington so if anyone was there in that time frame feel free to chime in too. Note: Basic Training at C-1-1, Fort Ord, CA, May '65 to Aug. '65 and AIT Fort Leonard Wood, MO., Aug. '65 to Dec. '65 at Construction Machine Operators Course (B-1-4 I think). I guess that about covers it. I am retired and living in NC now. God Bless all veterans!

Keywords:



Entry: 90501
Subject: MIKE VOGEL/MARK KUHNS

Michael (Mike) Elias wrote on January 30, 2015


City and State: GOUSHEN NY

Unit: CO.C 76 EBG.CAMP LIBERTY BELL

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: To Mark Kuhns my name is Mike Elias I was next Vogel when he was shot MIke did not suffer.Mike was a funny guy.

Keywords: Camp Liberty Bell Aug 1967
l



Entry: 90466
Subject: MIKE VOGEL

Mark Kuhns wrote on January 25, 2015


City and State:

Unit: B. CO 2/130 INF

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking to get in touch with Sgt. Bob Monahan, C. co 76th eng.

You wrote about my second cousin Mike Vogel who died in Korea in Aug of 1968, I am trying to get in touch with you by any means. If you see this, please email me back.

Mike was my Fathers cousin and was killed in Korea a couple months before my Father arrived in country. We never knew any information surrounding his death other than what we have found online, mostly from what you posted in December of 2012.

I have tried to email you by the email listed, but have received no response. Also if anyone else remembers Mike Vogel please email me.

Thank you
Mark Kuhns

Keywords: Bob Monahan
Mike Vogel



Entry: 89813
Subject: ROCK QUARRYMAN

Charles Stearns wrote on October 17, 2014


City and State: CARLSBAD NM

Unit: 76 ENGINEERS

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for friends from the unit - during 1970-1971

Keywords:



Entry: 89701
Subject: LOOKING FOR FRIENDS

Donald Richardson wrote on September 23, 2014


City and State: MO

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking for men who served in HHQ &HHQ Co 76 Eng Bn Const from 1966 to 1968. I am interested in any reunions of the past or those planned for the future. I was acting personnel sgt. from Feb 67 to March 68 and would like to hear from those I served with.

Keywords:



Entry: 89457
Subject: 76TH ENGINEER BN

Rocky Chiofar wrote on August 6, 2014


City and State: OVIEDO FL

Unit: 76TH ENGINEER BN B CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: 1969-1971
A few of us are in contact with each other drop me a line and we can all be in contact and trade stories. Maybe we can have a reunion at some point. Do you remember Jim Turnbull,James Jordan,Bob Romans or myself Rocky Chiofar? We are in contact with each other. How about tent city?
rocky227@outlook.com

Keywords:



Entry: 89453
Subject: CO B 76TH ENGR BN TENT CITY 70-71

Charles Davis SR. wrote on August 5, 2014


City and State:

Unit: CO B 76TH ENGR BN/CO B 802 ENGR BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Where's Capt. Mohr?

Keywords: Road to Nowhere!



Entry: 89056
Subject: 76TH ENGR. BN B CO.

Rocky Chiofar wrote on May 30, 2014


City and State: OVIEDO FL

Unit: B COMPANY 76TH ENGR. BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who was with the 76th Engrs. 69-71

Keywords:



Entry: 88399
Subject: 76TH ENGR. BN B CO.

Rocky Chiofar wrote on February 25, 2014


City and State: OVIEDO FL

Unit: B CO. 76TH ENGR. BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for any one that was at Camp Bravo AKA tent city 69-71.

Keywords:



Entry: 87941
Subject: BROTHER

Tim Davis wrote on December 21, 2013


City and State:

Unit: I CO 3/27

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: Just checking to see if anyone out there served with my brother. Grover G. Davis, served in Korea in 1953. He was from Indiana and born in KY.

Keywords:



Entry: 87161
Subject: LOVE BEYOND MEASURE @ AMAZON.COM

Katie Schell wrote on September 5, 2013


City and State: IRWIN PA

Unit: 76 TH CONSTUCTION BATTALION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Book available on Amazon.com. Soon to be available on Kindle.

Keywords: Korean peasant memoirs.



Entry: 87141
Subject: NEW BOOK - 76TH ENGINEER CONSTRUCTION

Katie Schell wrote on September 1, 2013


City and State: IRWIN PA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Love Beyond Measure
Memoirs of a Korean War Bride
By Katie Schell

Katie Schell, daughter of Pega Crimbchin (Ock Soon Lee) just
published a new book detailing her mothers journey from that
of a Korean peasant to a proud American.

The memoirs tell the story of Ock Soon Lees incredible
survival during the Korean War. While she witnessed many
Koreans and Americans die around her as the Battles for Seoul
raged on in 1950, miraculously, she survived.

The story begins with her tragic childhood as a slave for a
brutal family at the early age of seven. When she finally
finds a way out of her situation, she ends up in Seoul several
years before the outbreak of war.

After the Communist invasion, Ock Soon finds herself totally
alone, near starvation and surrounded by death. The story
tells of the extraordinary journey from Seoul to Taejon as she
escapes the city prior to the Third Battle of Seoul.

It is the remarkable story of true courage and love. It is a
story of loyalty and sacrifice. It is a story of finding faith
in the midst of unbelievable suffering. It is a story you will
never forget.

The hope is that you will find strength through this womans
faith and suffering.

Ten Percent of all proceeds from the sale of this book will
benefit drilling wells for fresh water in under developed
countries. This is at the request of Ock Soon Lee who carried
water jugs on her head for many, many years.


Keywords: Korean War, Nonsan, Yongdongpo



Entry: 86060
Subject: LOOKING FOR MEMBERS 76TH ENGINEER C COMPANY , CAMP LIBERTY BELL

Sam Pona wrote on April 25, 2013


City and State: ST LOUIS MO

Unit: CO. C 76TH ENGINEERS

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Would enjoy talking to members of my old units

Keywords: Served in 76th Engineers summer of 1967 in the Korean DMZ and
later in the 15th combat engineers 68-69 in Viet Nam



Entry: 85889
Subject: DARREL CROW

Greg Crow wrote on April 5, 2013


City and State: EAGAN MN

Unit: 76TH ENGINEER CONSTRUCTION

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for anyone that knew my Uncle and the events that
surrounded his death in Korea in the DMZ

Keywords: Darrel Crow



Entry: 85051
Subject: CO C 76TH EBC 67-68 LIBERTY BELL

Bob Monahan wrote on December 26, 2012


City and State: ABINGTON MA

Unit: CO C 76TH ENGINEER BATTALION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was at, (hell I helped BUILD), Camp Liberty Bell in 1967.
When we got there it was an empty field with a water tower.
We had to stay at the JSA compound while we set up our
tents
and got the camp ready for the rest of the Company to come
up from our base camp.We were Co C 76th Engineer
Battalion. Our nickname was the Liberty Bell
battalion (76
get it?)and that's how the camp got its name.We spent the
first month or so building the camp, pouring the pads for
the hootches, setting up the water point, the rock crusher
at the quarry and the Motor pool. We were already going up
into the JSA to begin work on the roads going up to
Panmunjom and doing some work in the meeting area. All the
while not knowing that we had been plunked down in the
middle of a war zone.Our first inkling came early when one
of our 'dozers broke down in the Z on the road right under
the OP on the way up to Panmunjom. We were told that we had
to provide guard duty to protect the dozer from slicky
boys That night the NKs hit the outpost and we started
taking fire from both sides because nobody had told the
outpost that we were there. We took fire about every 2
weeks
or so. But the worst happened on August 28th 1967 when
about
20 NKs opened automatic weapons fire from the surrounding
hills above the Rock quarry into our camp. It was 5PM, chow
time and the chow line was hit as was the motor pool. They
then walked their fire down the tent line and back up again
into the Mess Hall. By the time we were able to get to our
weapons, locked in the arms room which we had to break
open,
3000 thousand rounds had been fired into our camp and
we had
4 KIA and 28 WIA out of an understrength company of 87 men.
Sp/4 Michael Vogel was killed running from the motor pool
and PFC Curtis Rivers later died of wounds received in the
Mess hall where he was a cook. 2 Katusas, including the
Katusa Sgt Major, were also KIA. There was no
acknowledgment
of this sacrifice by these men. Not even the Company
yearbook for that year acknowledges they were part of the
company, let alone that they had died serving with it. I
wanted to put this on here so that those of you who have
served at Liberty Bell would know that the ground you
walked
on and the place you served at was bought at a pretty high
price and so the Names Mike Vogel and Curtis Rivers
would be
remembered as well as those others who bled at Liberty
Bell.

Keywords: Camp Liberty Bell



Entry: 84292
Subject: ROBERT SUMMERS

Miranda Summers wrote on September 29, 2012


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am trying to find information about Robert Summers. I have very
little information. I have a picture of him with an 11th Airborne
uniform and I know he served late or shortly after the Korean War.
He was from Kentucky, dark hair with blue eyes and about 5'5 in
height.
His records were destroyed in a fire.

Keywords: 11th Airborne
Korea late in war



Entry: 83530
Subject: HEADQUARTER COMPANY

Leo Botsford wrote on July 2, 2012


City and State: TILDEN NE

Unit: 76TH ENG BTN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Just seeing if anyone served at Camp Eiler during 62-63 or mustered in
and out from there. I was in supply btn at the time.

Keywords:



Entry: 82929
Subject: LOOKING FOR FRIENDS OF FRANK CRIMBCHIN

Katie Schell wrote on May 1, 2012


City and State: IRWIN PA

Unit: 76TH CORPS OF ARMY ENGINEERS 1951-52

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments:

Keywords: Looking for friends of Frank Crimbchin, Bob Williams,



Entry: 82496
Subject: 76 ENGINEER REUNION

James Peterson wrote on March 18, 2012


City and State: DECATUR IL

Unit: 76 ENG CONSTUCTION BATT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: reunion 76th at lebanon tn april 26th -april 28th
2012 at comfort siutes ph 615-470-oo27

Keywords: reunion



Entry: 81778
Subject: SERVED FROM NOV 67 TO END OF 69

Jerry Hamel wrote on January 18, 2012


City and State: PENSACOLA FL

Unit: US ARMY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for Sgt Ronald Helgurt. Also I was a Drill Sgt in
Ft Leonard Wood in 69-71

Keywords:



Entry: 81736
Subject: 76 CONT ENG BATT

James Peterson wrote on January 15, 2012


City and State: DECATUR IL

Unit: 76 ENG CONSTRUCTION BATT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords:



Entry: 81284
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANYONE IN COMPANY 1969- 1970

Marcus Leiendecker wrote on December 9, 2011


City and State: FRESNO OH

Unit: C COMPANY 76TH

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was in c company from 1- 4 -1969 to 8-31-1970.
Anyone out there who was in company same time,would
like TO know.
How do you fine about reunions? Where,when


THANK YOU

Keywords:



Entry: 81012
Subject: COMPANY B 76TH ENGINEER BATTALION

Jim Wallace wrote on November 11, 2011


City and State:

Unit: 76TH ENGINEER CONSTRUCTION BATTALION COMPANT B

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: looking for familiar names.

Keywords:



Entry: 80216
Subject: CAPT. MAX WILLIAMS

Leroy Lippmann JR. wrote on September 1, 2011


City and State: ST JAMES CITY FL

Unit: 76TH ENGR BTLN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Just dirt roads and mud huts at that time, right next to K-14, could see runway. Friend Anthony Vaxner ran the Water Plant next to the Water Tower.

Max Williams was the Capt. of the outfit, from Macon, Georgia.

Keywords: I was company clerk at 76th Engr Btln 1959-60, also did the Mail and Training too. Have photos from the base at that time, in color. 



Entry: 79314
Subject: HEADQUARTERS CO.

Gary Marsh wrote on June 15, 2011


City and State: TX

Unit: 76TH ENGS HEADQUARTERS CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords:  



Entry: 74607
Subject: REUNION

Roy Hendra wrote on May 6, 2010

Email Update Needed



City and State: TOMS RIVER NJ

Unit: 76 ENGINEERS

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: come to the reunion you never know who you will meet



Entry: 74290
Subject: LOOKING FOR JAMES PATRICK

Alton Mallory wrote on April 10, 2010


City and State:

Unit: 76TH ENGINEERS CONSTRUCTION BATTALION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I served in the army in the 76th Engineers Construction Batallion Unit from 1966-1968. I am searching for a man named James Patrick who was born in Alabama and served with me in Korea during that time.

Any information is appreciated.

Thanks!

Keywords: 76th Engineers Construction Batallion, Kimpo, Korea under Captain LaFleur



Entry: 73138
Subject: I SERVED IN KOREA FROM 1970 TO 1971 WITH C COMPANY, LOOKING TO PEOPLE FROM SGT. RICK TWEETON UNIT.

Claudie Jackson JR. wrote on January 15, 2010

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: looking for Joseph Spivey, Rick Tweeton, as well as anyone else who was in Korea is this time frame.

Keywords:



Entry: 73053
Subject:

Kermit Schauer wrote on January 8, 2010

Email Update Needed



City and State: LAS CRUCES NM

Unit: 8TH ARMY, 76TH CONST. EGNR. BN, H - S COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords:



Entry: 72673
Subject: 76 CONST BATT DEC 1951-DEC 1952

Norbert (Bert) Kuffner wrote on December 7, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State: POER ST. LUCIE FL

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: Ran D8 Bulldozer with SGT Rudy Pickrel (spelling?)
Bob Etling, Dean Dela Penna, Hector Dela Rosa, HQ company last location Bridge Yung do Poo Cannot remember other locations.

Keywords:



Entry: 72511
Subject: HELLO ALL A COMP 76 ECB 1952 KOREA

Dennis J. Lane wrote on November 25, 2009


City and State: VALLEY STREAM NY

Unit: A. CO. 76 ENG. CONST. BN.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: hello all to all a co. jan. 1952 to may 1953

Keywords: yong dong po song jong ni



Entry: 71981
Subject: 76 ENG CONST.BATTALION.HQ CO,1951TO1953.COMPANY CLERK

Douglas Ingram wrote on October 16, 2009


City and State: OLIVEBRANCH MS

Unit: 76TH ENG CONST. BATTALION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: served from 8/51 to3/53.My specialty..soil chemist.None available.Servered as HQ co clerk, rose to staff sgt by 6/52.wrote project histories for Han river bridge,inchon harbor pier,Kwangju rok project. Would like to hear from any guys left.

Keywords: bob gunn,harry kline,msg drake



Entry: 71552
Subject: HELLO A. CO. 1952

Dennis J. Lane SR. wrote on September 8, 2009


City and State: VALLEY STREAM NY

Unit: A CO. 76 ENG. CONST. BN.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: hello; hutch charlie pinapple noon a.co. 1952

Keywords: yong dong po. song jon ni freedom village hello



Entry: 71091
Subject: A.COMPANY 76

Dennis J. Lane wrote on July 31, 2009


City and State: VALLEY STREAM NY

Unit: A. COMPANY 76 ENG. CONST BN.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: hello any one from a. co.

Keywords: yongdongpo jan. 52 freedom villiage 1953
hutch charlie pineapple andy anderson bill noone
george rasum don qugley



Entry: 70218
Subject: RICE PADDY RANGER

Roy Ford SR. wrote on May 18, 2009


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: I was in the 306 eng. avn batt. at K-1 Jan. 54. I listened to the rice paddy ranger at lunch on the radio.
I thought he was good. Who was he? Theme song was sunny side of the mountain.
Roy.



Entry: 70195
Subject: LOOKING BUDDIES A. CO. 1 /53 T0 4/53

Dennis J. Lane wrote on May 15, 2009


City and State: VALLEY STREAM NY

Unit: A COMPANY 76 CONST.ENGINEERS

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: would like to hear from guys in 3rd platoon
jan. 1952 to may 1953

Keywords: john hutchinson bill noon george razum andy anderson
youngdonpo sonjogni freedom village






NEXT 50 END

120 Messages

Page 1

1 2 3