8022nd Installation Support Headquarters


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Entry: 76768
Subject: OFFICERS BILLETS SEOUL KOREA 1952

Maurice Mason wrote on November 14, 2010


City and State: ELDORADO IL

Unit: HQ EIGHTH ARMY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: This area was one of my greatest memories and one of my proudest moments in the military. I have a photo of myself stored away. I was sitting on a stone bench on the outside lawn area near the front gates.

I lost my meory in 1957 in a bad car wreck and am rebuilding it one step at a time, one day at a time,
one clue at a time. Salute to all American Military
who were over there and are still over there.

God Bless the USA! Salute!

Keywords: Looking for anyone who was at Seoul Area Command in 1952, especially personnel workers or guards. I was
a clerk-typist doing secret security work, etc. I was on TDY from 21st TMP at Inchon, Korea where I returned after my TDY chores were finished. I lived near the Officer's Billets Building which was adjacent to the Capitol Building of Seoul, Korea.
Hello Anyone yet alive to correspond to?



Entry: 67135
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANYONE STATIONED WITH MY GRANDFATHER, ALVIN B. STOCKMAN JR.

Gregory Stockman wrote on September 8, 2008


City and State: NEDERLAND TX

Unit: 1ST SQUADRON 2ND STRYKER CAVALRY REGIMENT

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My grandfather, Alvin B. Stockman Jr. was a SGT during the Korean War. I'm not sure who he deployed with, but I know he worked with his G-3,KMAG, and worked for a Lt. Colonel during the end of his deployment. If anyone recognizes his name, I would greatly appreciate it if you could contact me. I'm trying to put together some things about the Korean war in recognition and rememberence of his service as I too am now serving active duty as a medic in the U.S. Army. My grandfather is still alive and well, and would be delited to hear from anyone he served with. Please send me an e-mail at shardinferno@hotmail.com or to greg.stockman@us.army.mil. Thanks for your time.

Specialist Gregory Stockman

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Entry: 40996
Subject: CORRECTION TO CAMP WOOD,KUMAMOTO 1950

Earl P. Mason wrote on February 18, 2004


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Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: Please correct the following dates on my previous entry. Aug 50 should read Aug 51 and Sept 50 should read Sept 51. While I was at Camp Wood from May '49 to Nov '50 I was assigned to the Commissary/Ration Breakdown. I'd still like to be able to make contact with some of my old buddies like: Lt Smith, Sgt Thomas, Sgt Hoffman, Combs, Rogers,Bennett,Handley,"Lucky" Santos,Fletcher and Prevatt. Prevatt is the only one I've seen so far.

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Entry: 21247
Subject: CAMP WOOD, KUMAMOTO 1950

Earl P. Mason wrote on December 6, 2001


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Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: When the 21st was moved out in late Jun 1950, members of the station complement stayed behind and were re-designated as the 8022 Support Group.
Would like to make contact with other personnel assigned to the unit, particularly the commissary/raion breakdown section. I was reassigned to the 34th RCT at Camp Zama in late Nov 50, went thru staging at Camp Fuji and ultimately arrived in Korea Aug 50. A short time after the 34th was redesignated as the 14th Inf Rgt and assigned to to the 25th Div and replaced the 24th Inf Rgt on line at Kumwha in Sept.50.

Keywords: Commissary/Ration Breakdown, Camp Wood Jul 1950 to Nov 1950







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