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Entry: 96199
Subject: AGENT ORANGE USE

Charles E. Ingle wrote on August 20, 2018


City and State: WOODVILLE TX

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: I was not aware that agent orange had been used in Korea. Causes me to
wonder. I returned to the States in 1953-1954. Was married in New Orleans
in 1954. At family insistence was hormone tested in 1956. Was told that I
had 0- spermcount. Is there a cause to the connection?? At the age of 85 too
late.

Keywords: Agent Orange



Entry: 95888
Subject: FATHER SERVED FROM 1956-1958 32ND INFANTRY

Sherrie Broadus wrote on June 23, 2018


City and State: BRANDON MS

Unit: 7TH DIVISION 32ND INFANTRY

Service or Relationship:

Comments: My father served in 1956 and wanted to get a photo of that uniform that has the
skull and bones insignia on left chest. Solid green uniform with white letters

Keywords:



Entry: 95796
Subject: ROBERT VOGEL

Danny George JR wrote on June 11, 2018

Email Update Needed



City and State: PA

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: Looking to determine if anyone recalls a medic nick named "Scotty" whom was station wiith the 140th tank battalion in North Korea. He spent three days behind enemy lines on Lukes Castle Hill 812 in tank number 49. My Grandfather is looking to determine the identity of "Scotty" and contact his family about his heroic acts.

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Entry: 95685
Subject: SERVICE INFO ON CPL.BILL MILNES 1ST MARINE, 4.5" ROCKET BATTERY

Bill Milnes JR. wrote on May 22, 2018


City and State: HEWITT NJ

Unit:

Service or Relationship:

Comments: Looking to speak with any memeber or family member from my dads unit.
Cpl. Bill Milnes, 1st Marine Division, 4.5" Rocket Battery 1952-54

Keywords: 1st Marine Division, 4.5" Rocket Battery. Korea 1952-1954



Entry: 95613
Subject: ANYONE STILL AROUND:17TH INF REGT 1ST BN 55-56

Karl Hauck SR. wrote on April 30, 2018


City and State: MADEIRA OH

Unit: 7TH DIV. 17TH INF REGT. 1ST BN CO B & HEADQUARTERS

Service or Relationship: US Army

Comments: I can't remember just where we were located when we first arrived in Korea.
We went in at Inchon on to Seoul then North but just where we were I'm not
sure. If anyone knows please email me. Thanks much!

Keywords: 1st Bn Co B & Headquarters Co 1955-56



Entry: 95464
Subject: LOOKING FOR ANY ONE THAT KNEW MY FATHER BILLIE J ELWOOD

Lynn Chaput CHAPUT wrote on April 10, 2018


City and State: PIGEON FORGE TN

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for any one that might have known my father Billie J Elwood. He was in the Korean War and was at the 38th Parallel.

Keywords:



Entry: 95373
Subject: 7TH DIVISION 31ST REGIMENT H COMPANY

Lawrence Lange wrote on February 25, 2018


City and State: WAPPINGERS FALLS NY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was wondering if I could find a map location of this unit. I was there February 1954.

Keywords:



Entry: 95170
Subject: DMZ 55-56, 21ST GIMLETS

Jake Knapp wrote on December 9, 2017


City and State: JENNERSVILLE PA

Unit: I&R, HQ.&HQ. CO, 21ST REG, 24THE DIV.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I served on OP Boston from February 55 till January 56 with I&R platoon Hq & Hq Co.above the Imjimn river and East of the Libby Bridge. Other OPs in our platoon were Martini and Cherry Herring.
The Australians were across the Sami Jung river from us. Company A of the 21st Reg. was down the mountain from us.
Through the years I have made contact with a few that were near me and even a sergeant that was on our OP. Our job, other than gathering intelligence for G2 was to stop the infiltrators coming down the Sami Jung at night. Spent time drinking over with Aussies by fording the river on Sundays. At least they had beer.

Jake Knapp
Past Commander
VFW Post 3460
Media, PA

Keywords: OP Boston Martini Cherry Herring



Entry: 95169
Subject: BAND MEMBERS 25TH DIVISION BAND 1955-56

Ben Waks wrote on December 8, 2017

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I know that was many years ago. I arrived in Korea January 1955,and was assigned to the 25th Division Band, and was transferred to the 24th almost immediately.

The 24th was stationed in Munsani Korea. I rotated back to the USA IN April 1956.Our first band director was, Chief Warrant Officer Hugh W Frost.

I left Korea as Supply Sargent for the band. Made great friends with Gary Lyons and Gerry Jordan, but lost contact when I rotated back. Both Gary and Gerry were excellent musicians. Gary wrote music ,and Gerry had his expertise as a swing band leader.

If anyone out there can give me any info on the above two or any one that would have been in the band the same time as I was would be greatly appreciated.

I Was known as Big Ben and played the largest instrument, but was actually the smallest one in the band. Please contact me thru my e-mail address.

Would love to hear anything.

Ben Waks.

Keywords: Munsan-ni



Entry: 95144
Subject: MORTER PLATOON 1ST MARINE REGMT.FREEDOM GATE BRIDGE 1954

Lowell Staker wrote on November 22, 2017


City and State: HOOPER UT

Unit: WPNS CO.1ST MARINES REG. 1ST MARINE DIV.

Service or Relationship: Marine Veteran

Comments: We were dug in appox. 1/4 mile from freedom gate bridge in1954. We seen peace talk vehicles come across the bridge. In case of attack we were to hold our position on the DMZ for so many minutes, and then cross to the south side of the Emgen river on our air mattresses. I would like to hear from any one who was over there at that time.

Keywords: To south of us about 15 miles away we could see hill 215. This hill was next to the MLR or main line of resistance.



Entry: 95093
Subject: INQUIRY WHERE I AS EXACTLY IN KOREA IN 1956

Joseph Paradise wrote on November 7, 2017


City and State: BOCA RATON FL

Unit: 7 INFANTRY DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Trying to exactly locate the the where I was in South Korea in 1956 and 1957 over
15 month period . My us no. 51358968

Keywords:



Entry: 95059
Subject: 24TH INF. DIV. 24TH RECON CO DMZ DUTY

donald carpenter SR wrote on October 25, 2017


City and State: DOVER PA

Unit: 24TH INF,DIV.HEAD QUARTERS CO 24TH RECON CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: do not remember names co. was cpt miller located north of the libbey bridge living in tents the first 6 mo there we were the armys first dmz portal taking charge from the marines 1th prov.co outpost 6 remember 1th lt carr a jeep driver name boyd I am in my 80s

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Entry: 94957
Subject: INFO ON ALBERT R HARDY, MILITARY POLICE 54-56

Debbie Prematta wrote on September 9, 2017


City and State: ELKTON MD

Unit: MILITARY POLICE

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for any information on my father's time served in the Korean War. I have
the following from his DA 1270 form:
Enlisted 4/15/1954
Transfer to Reserves 3/29/1956
Military Specialty 951.10, Grade SP 3
Across the very top is typewritten 260 28 164 84 RILEY

I have a picture of him celebrating his birthday at the Rocker Four Club in Tokyo
with a group of men and women.

He passed away of cancer in 1978 at the age of 47. I would appreciate any and all
info provided.

Keywords:



Entry: 94772
Subject: EVERETT LOWE -- ARMY - ANYONE KNOW HIM?

Teresa Lowe BELL wrote on July 4, 2017


City and State: SANFORD FL

Unit: UNKNOWN

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for anyone who knew my father -- Patrick Everett Lowe -- went by Everett.

There's a photo where he's wearing an eagle patch on his left shoulder. Looks like a patch from 101st but there is no Airborne above the eagle.

I was told he was in Korea but don't know when or which unit. He was born in 1938 in Alabama -- how old did you need to be to enlist then? So ... 1955-1958 in Korea? His service records burned in the archive fire.

He was at Fort Williams in Washington - basic training?

He finished his Army service at Ft Benning in 1958 or 1959.

Would love to hear from anyone who knew him. He died in 1963 when I was three.

Keywords: Everett

Bubba

Eagle patch on left shoulder



Entry: 94749
Subject: LOOKING FOR LARRY LEE FOWLER, MICHIGAN

Cindy Ott OTT wrote on June 30, 2017


City and State: ROWESVILLE SC

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am looking for Larry Lee Fowler, born August 16, 1936 from Michigan. His mother's name is Rose. He met my mother, Kimiko, in South Korea in late 1950's where he served as K-9 Corps commander and oversaw a unit of South Korean soldiers. He named my older sister, Rose, and named me, Cindy.

I have been searching for my biological dad since 1988, when I was pregnant with my first child. I believe it is important for my children to have their medical history. Thank you for any help with this.

Keywords: Larry Lee Fowler, U.S. Army K-9 Corps, South Korea 1956 through 1959, Michigan, USA



Entry: 94748
Subject: LOOKING FOR LARRY LEE FOWLER, MICHIGAN

Cindy Ott OTT wrote on June 30, 2017


City and State: ROWESVILLE SC

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments:

Keywords:



Entry: 94672
Subject: 44TH ENGR. BAT CONST CO.

BOYD M. ELLINGTON wrote on June 2, 2017


City and State:

Unit: 44TH ENGR BAT CONST CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: SERVED WITH 44TH ENGR. HQ COMPANY FROM OCT 1958 TO OCT 1959. GIVE ME A HOLLOW ON E-MAIL

Keywords:



Entry: 94545
Subject: SEARCHING DMZ

Al G. campedelli wrote on April 21, 2017


City and State: WINTHROP MA

Unit: 19TH INF24TH DIV

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: anyone out there from co i 19th inf dmz 1956 1957
compound just north of freedom gate bridge

Keywords: al camp or campi first platoon co i



Entry: 94541
Subject: MUNSON TO FREEDOM BRIDGE CAMPS 1954-58

David Kupczyk wrote on April 19, 2017


City and State: PINGREE GROVE IL

Unit: 1ST BATTALION 17TH INFANTRY REGIMENT 2ND INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who was stationed at a camp on Main Supply Route 1 (MSR 1) between Munsan and Freedom Bridge between 1954 and 1958.

The camp Im researching is about 1.5 miles north of Munsan and 2.5 miles south of Freedom Bridge. If facing Freedom Bridge it would be on your right, if facing Munsan it would be on your left. Its next to the village of Unchon-Ni.

Prior to 1960 it was probably known as Camp F7. I dont know which units were stationed there between 1954 and 1958 but Im trying find out. I was stationed there in 1971-72 with the 1/17 Infantry when it was called Camp MacKenzie.

Any help would be appreciated. I have topo maps of the area showing the camp location as well as GPS coordinates and military map coordinates if it would help.


David Kupzcyk
1st Battalion 17th Infantry Regiment 2nd Infantry Division
11B

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Entry: 94463
Subject:

tom cotton wrote on March 26, 2017


City and State: MUSKOGEE OK

Unit: CO D 13TH ENGR BN (C) 7 ID

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: What was sprayed on Camp Casey before 1958

Keywords:



Entry: 94415
Subject: ARMY VETERAN

Don Henderson wrote on March 6, 2017


City and State: MINNEAPOLIS MN

Unit: A BTRY 48 FA BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: anyone still around that was in A battery. left Korea in oct 1955 after 16 months on D M Z .If so give me a heads up.

Keywords:



Entry: 94308
Subject: AIR FORCE VETERAN

harold wells wrote on February 12, 2017


City and State: ALEXANDRIA MN

Unit: 608TH AC&W DET 2

Service or Relationship: Air Force Veteran

Comments: got to k55 in apriil 57 and was sent out on may 1 57 thro inchon to a small island n w (yeonpyeongdo) of inchon. usaf had a small uhf-vhf radio relay site there with communication between k 55 and k 53. was a very interesting experience there for me. we had kmc's for the securety for the complete island.It was a small fishing viliage hamlet with several church orphanages there. in 2010 the north Koreans shelled this island. the usaf relay site was long gone by this time. anyone out there that spent time there? Harold Wells

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Entry: 94200
Subject: LOOKING FOR MEN FROM CO B 51ST SIG BN

Rudy Venegas wrote on January 10, 2017


City and State: ANTELOPE CA

Unit: CO B 51ST SIG BN

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Arrived by ship at Pusan August of 1958, transported by train to Uijongbu and
served until August of 1959 with Co B, before it was moved to Clinard's Corner. I
remember Debbies Hideaway, Lt. Col. Rienzi leading us on marches with his stagger
stick. I had a lineman MOS, but chose to work as a mechanic in the motor pool. I
worked along side of a guy named Joe Orozco from Merced, CA and another guy named
______Perez from Texas. There also was a guy named Gonzalez. He and I used to make
tape recordings of rhythm and blues songs. The village was close by and I spent a
few nights slipping and falling in the rice paddies.

Keywords: I shipped out of Seattle, WA in August of '58 on the USS Frederick Funston. We
dropped some AF guys in the Aleutian Islands, then stopped in Yokohama, Japan and
unloaded some Marines. We then went on to Pusan, (Busan) then went by train on to
Uijongbu. When I finished my tour of duty, I flew out of Osan AFB in August of '59



Entry: 94058
Subject: DMZ POLICE 1ST. CAV. & 24 INF. DIV

Frank Deutsch JR. wrote on December 6, 2016


City and State: BROOKVILLE IN

Unit: 1ST. CAV DMZ POLICE

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Served in 24Inf & 1st. Cav. from February 1957 to May 1958.
I am still in contact with Robert Adams and visited Roswell Round
Co. Cmd. at time I was in Korea.

Keywords:



Entry: 93896
Subject: KOREA APRIL 1957 TILL JULY 1958

Robert Murray wrote on October 26, 2016


City and State: E. ROCKAWAY, NY

Unit: 7TH INF DIV. 707 ORD BAT, CAMP CASEY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was assigned to a small ordnance unit, just outside of Camp Casey.

Their was about 10 to 15 Gi's, with 2 to 3 Sgt and one 1st Lt, the CO

I transferred to this unit about 6 months after being stationed up near the DMZ.

I left Korea in June of 1958, by troop transport and arrived at Seattle, Wa. the end of July.

I was discharged around the middle of August 1958.



Keywords: Some of the names that I remember were Chris Mehiel, from Maryland and

Bob Bell from San Pedro, Ca



Entry: 93864
Subject: LOOKING FOR FORMER BUDDY

Bernard Volski wrote on October 17, 2016


City and State: FRENCHTOWN NJ

Unit: 8TH ARMY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for Dale Hildebrant of Iowa. Not sure about last name. we were in the MP Security guard from JSA





we were there from 58 to 59

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Entry: 93834
Subject: APO327 55TH RECON SQDN

Robert Becker SR. wrote on October 9, 2016


City and State: ARNOLD MD

Unit: 55TH RECON SAC

Service or Relationship: Air Force Veteran

Comments: Was tdy 1958 55 recon rb47h afc 32350c. Back when we had house boys $5 to clean
barracks. Club zansabar beer 10 cents. Mpc military pay curancy. Tiger beer was 15
cents a house in town was $30 a month 380 yen to dollar that included a maid I
hated to leave. Tachikawa was open mats and Shona I still have my drivers licenses
and airmans club card. We had 4 planes 2 kc97 and 2 rb47h one better fly
everyday

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Entry: 93824
Subject: 7TH INF DIV 31ST INF REGT CO,,C 1956 1957

John Scalise wrote on October 6, 2016


City and State: MARGATE FL

Unit: CO C 31ST INF REGT 7TH DIV

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: any one in co c 31st inf 7th div 1956..1957 would like to hear from you..

Keywords:



Entry: 93803
Subject: SERVED IN THE 497TH FINTCPRON 53-54

Kenneth C. Kemper NO wrote on October 2, 2016


City and State: GARDNERS PA

Unit: 497TH FIGHTER INTERCEPTOR SQUADRON -B26/(A-20)

Service or Relationship: Air Force Veteran

Comments: I served in Korea,at K-8 Kunsan,fromMarch 53 until18 Jan 1954-in the weapons section of the 90th Bomb Sqdrn. the We loaded (and fused) bombs on the A20 airframe,which had been re-designated as B-26, until the truce was signed in July 53. Dealt with bedcheck Charlie a few times too, for the first few months. My job was to drive to the bomb dump with a GMC 6X6 which had a hoist built onto the bed, load up a truck full of the bombs needed for that particular mission,drive them back to the flight line,and help to hang them on the plane's wings. Scary work for a 19 year old greenie airman who had never been out of PA before!. I joined in 52 to be able to fly,but discovered sinus trouble took that out of the picture,and the AF needed bodies for support,so after basic at Sampson AFB,NY,I was shipped directly to Korea (on a boat,of all things-disgusting to an AF man!) I am 83 now,and memory is fading,but I remember a Don Conklin from CT who was a good buddy. I have tried to contact him,but no joy there--if anyone reading this remembers that name,I would appreciate an email response.Thanks

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Entry: 93783
Subject: LOOKING FOR 2ND COMM. SQUADRON MEMBERS OSAN, KOREA 1957

Grant Marcum wrote on September 27, 2016


City and State: CLAYTON NC

Unit: 2ND COMMUNICATIONS SQUADRON

Service or Relationship: Air Force Veteran

Comments: Wondering if there is anyone out there that spent time at Osan AB Korea during
1957 to February 1958 with the 2nd Communications Squadron. Division was
attached to our Squadron designation making it 2nd Communications Squadron
Division. I don't remember the reason for this.

I went to Ground Radio Relay Carrier (AFSC 304x0B) technical school at Scott AFB
Illinois and was transferred to K55 Osan AB Korea in February 1957. We were
trained in the latest Ground Radio Relay Carrier which at that time was the
AN/TCC series with about a week or two of familiarization with the WWII vintage
CF1 voice, CF2 teletype, and CF3 repeaters.

At Osan we found that the equipment being used was the WWII vintage and had to
learn fast. Our duty station was at the base of Hill 180 close to the BX and
theater as I recall. Our site was designated Main Carrier which maintained voice
and teletype circuits throughout South Korea, from S. Korea to Japan, and the
local K55 base switchboard.

The original designation for our site may have been Comet Forward as I vaguely
recall that name. Our VHF back-up was an Army site on Hill 170 with the call sign
Bucket Alpha and our cable was maintained by 8th Army Long lines.

In the spring when the monsoon rains hit it got very interesting at Main Carrier
as the Mukden and Osan cables became like water conduits (circuit outages all up
and down S. Korea).

Looking forward to hearing from anyone who experienced Osan around that time
frame.

Keywords:



Entry: 93764
Subject: 74TH ENGINEER BATTALLON COMBAT APO358

Donnie Ragsdale wrote on September 22, 2016


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments:

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Entry: 93647
Subject: SEARCHING FOR USAF BUDDY SERVICEIN KOREA

Roy Teixeira wrote on August 24, 2016


City and State: INDIALANTIC FL

Unit: 6314TH ABWG

Service or Relationship: Air Force Veteran

Comments: SEARCHING FOR A FRIEND LT SMITH WHO SERVED WITH ME IN 1958 -1959 IN THE 6314 ABWING AT OSAN KOREA.HE WAS SQUADRON SUPPLY OFFICER I WAS SQUADRON ADJUTANT. HE WOULD HAVE TRANSFERRED FROM OSAN AIR BASE ABOUT 1960.

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Entry: 93632
Subject: DEUCE AND A HALF DRIVERS.

Jack Keech KEECH wrote on August 22, 2016


City and State: MADELIA MN MN

Unit: 504TH.LIGHT TK. 726TH&74 LIGHT TRUCK COMPANYS 351

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I started out with the 504th.Lt.trk co.at Seoul about Sept.1953, but was transffered twice,first to the 726th Lt.Trk.at Kimpo,then finished up as a Section Leader at the 74th Lt.Trk.at Uijonbu until 1955 in March. I would like to hear from anyone I served with.In all three companys ,I lead convoys up into the mountains,mostly hauling ammunition and POL.Also anything else that was needed.We normally operated on a twenty four hour round the clock.It depended on what we were hauling.I liked what I was doing and regardless of what my title was, I continued to lead convoys until I came home.I would like to hear from Philip Friend and Richard Zwart and Roy Cartmille,Even though I am now an old man, I still have many questions to ask about some of the things we got involved in.

Keywords: I got in on the last prisoner release. Our job was hauling Chinese prisoners that refused to go back to Communist China,We took them down to Inchon and loaded them onto LSTs and then they were taken to the Nationalist Chinese on Formosa.I was with the 504th at that time in l953 I believe.In 1953 I volunteered for Hazardous duty and got in on some very interesting missions.You may ask what kind of missions they were. I can only say that you would be very surprised.There were six of us and life got interestion. God Bless any of you that are still living and it would be wonderfull to hear from any of You. I liked all of the outfits I was in and I met some good people.I would do it all over again. Jack.E.Keech



Entry: 93629
Subject: KOREAN SERVICE 1956

Charles R. Anderson wrote on August 21, 2016


City and State: SEATTLE WA

Unit: 51ST SIGNAL BATTALION AND 49TH FIELD ARTILLERY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who served with me in TDY to Hq. Battery 49th Field Artillery Battalion (iterum interumque) or 51st Signal Battalion near Ouigongbu in 1956. A number of us 722s were later transferred to Tokyo.

Keywords: ouijongbu, 51st signal battalion, 49th field artillery, 722, crypto, charlie, crypto



Entry: 93612
Subject: 19TH INFANTRY REGIMENTAL HQ- DMZ

Jimmie Cosby wrote on August 17, 2016


City and State: OKLAHOMA CITY OK

Unit: 19TH INFANTRY REGIMENT HQ COMPANY- 24TH DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: My Dad, Jimmie Cosby, is interested in hearing from old Buddies that served in Korea. He worked in the regimental HQ JAG office for Lt. Zahmn. I've provided my email for contact. thank you- Mark Cosby

Keywords:



Entry: 93517
Subject: FREEDOM BRIDGE AREA

John Schmitt wrote on July 28, 2016


City and State: DENVER CO

Unit: I CORP 969 FABN C BATTERKY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Served in Korea 1957-1958 near Munsoni, and freedom bridge. I was a mechanic..

Keywords:



Entry: 93475
Subject: 1958/59 CAMP CASEY INFORMATION

John Hansen wrote on July 19, 2016


City and State: SD

Unit: 7TH COMBAT INFANTRY BATTALION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for a soldier possibly first name Tom or Thomas stationed at Camp Casey around 1958/59. Had a son with Soo Park. Don't know much else except he bailed since he had a family back in the world and I suppose didn't want his family to know that he had a son and left him. If your out there, just so you know, I survived without you or my Mother who dumped me in 1966 to be adopted in the States. I'm a 2 time honorable discharged Army veteran. Served during Desert Storm and prior. I don't care if we never meet nor do I care if you give a shit. The reason I wanted to try and find you is for closure. I'm not going to explain the pain and hatred or the simple fact, I never had a past to know who I really was. Like I said, I survived. I have kept Hansen as my name not by choice but that's all I had. The family that was suppose to adopt my little brother and I were as evil and disgusting as the shit under my boots. The State took us out after 3 years of major physical abuse. Orphanage bound till I turned 17. Rest is history. I just need to know why you did it? At least be a man and give me that one respect.

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Entry: 93474
Subject: 1958/59 CAMP CASEY INFORMATION

John Hansen wrote on July 19, 2016


City and State: SD

Unit: 7TH COMBAT INFANTRY BATTALION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for a soldier possibly first name Tom or Thomas stationed at Camp Casey around 1958/59. Had a son with Soo Park. Don't know much else except he bailed since he had a family back in the world and I suppose didn't want his family to know that he had a son and left him. If your out there, just so you know, I survived without you or my Mother who dumped me in 1966 to be adopted in the States. I'm a 2 time honorable discharged Army veteran. Served during Desert Storm and prior. I don't care if we never meet nor do I care if you give a shit. The reason I wanted to try and find you is for closure. I'm not going to explain the pain and hatred or the simple fact, I never had a past to know who I really was. Like I said, I survived. I have kept Hansen as my name not by choice but that's all I had. The family that was suppose to adopt my little brother and I were as evil and disgusting as the shit under my boots. The State took us out after 3 years of major physical abuse. Orphanage bound till I turned 17. Rest is history. I just need to know why you did it? At least be a man and give me that one respect.

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Entry: 93458
Subject: INFO ON BTRY C 936TH FA BN FECOM

Michelle Austin wrote on July 14, 2016


City and State:

Unit: 936TH

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father was stationed in Korea in 1952. I am seeking information regarding his unit. His DD214 states BTRY C 936th FA BN FECOM. Any information regarding his unit would be helpful. He never spoke about the war and I am working on family genealogy project. His name was Robert E. Austin.
What type of unit was it?
What did his job entail?
On the front lines? Supported the front lines? Etc.....

Thank you in advance,
Michelle

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Entry: 93320
Subject: KOREA 1956 TO 1957 24TH SIGNAL CO

Ray Nell wrote on June 8, 2016


City and State: STUART FL

Unit: HQ & HQ CO 24TH SIGNAL

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who served with the 24th Signal Co. Korea 1956 to 1957

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Entry: 93311
Subject: CAMP MACKENZIE AKA F-7

David Kupczyk wrote on June 6, 2016


City and State:

Unit: 1/17 INFANTRY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I discovered that Camp MacKenzie wasnt named until 1960.

Prior to that it was known as F-7 or B-4. Perhaps this information may jog some memories.

I'm doing a history of the camp and there is very little information prior to 1960.

Hope to hear from someone!

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Entry: 93299
Subject: CAMP MACKENZIE

David Kupczyk wrote on June 4, 2016


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Can anyone tell me if Camp Mackenzie was around in the 1950's? It was north of Munson, about 4 miles south of the DMZ. I served there in 1971-72. Its closed now but I would like to know when it opened and what units were there.

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Entry: 93166
Subject: MOTOWN

Lester Williams JURIOR wrote on May 20, 2016


City and State: LANCASTER CA

Unit: 1ST CAV. DIV 3RD MED. TANK BN 40TH ARMD

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I Was there in 1957 or 58 in the 1st Cav 40th Armd . took a lot of pictures have pictures of the Kim Sisters who are now big stars in the states in Las Vages if anybody was some . call me at this number, (661) 206-7782 in Calif.hopeing to here from you. ' My nickname was Skip, and by the way Bernard you were in my outfit in the 50s I was only 21 then I am now 80 and still looking good.

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Entry: 93159
Subject: LOOKING FOR INFORMATION

Jacob Robinson wrote on May 18, 2016


City and State: GLADSTONE OR

Unit: 7TH MARAINES

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Hi im just looking for more information about my grandpa and his service record

Keywords: Served on the USS Franklin Roosevelt
Fought in the Battle of the Punch Bowl



Entry: 93104
Subject: AMERICAN SOLDIER - COOK - BIOLOGICAL FATHER

Tony Kight wrote on May 4, 2016


City and State:

Unit: ARMY

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Looking for American Soldier whom fathered a Korean American Son. I was told story father was going back to states was in love with my mother. Got a collection of money from his fellow soldiers and gave to my mom so she could open a market and be able to support me. My birth mother married a Korean man and he did not want me so I was given up for adfoo to a couple in the US. My birthdate is 11/26/1960.

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Entry: 93045
Subject: LOOKING FOR PHOTO ORD DEPOT OPPAMA 58

Dave Cirlo wrote on April 21, 2016


City and State: OR

Unit: 000

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: hi look for photo of the rebuilding at ORD Depot OPPAMA, any help were or to start
would be great , i have a WC52 weapon carrier dodge truck that went thru there in
1958 ,

dave

Keywords: WC52 weapon carrier dodge truck rebuilt Japan, ORD Depot OPPAMA,



Entry: 92902
Subject: 7THDIVDMZPOLICE 1958-59

Phillip Miller SR. wrote on March 23, 2016


City and State: SAN BERNARDINO CA

Unit: C TR 2ND RECON 10TH CAV

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords:



Entry: 92823
Subject: KOREA

Russell Fullerton wrote on March 7, 2016


City and State: LAKELAND FL

Unit: 10ENG

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: Would like to find buddies that served in A com 1st pt

Keywords: Outpost harry



Entry: 92677
Subject: JAMES R MCDANIEL 2/7TH CAV 59-60

Ricky Johnston wrote on February 8, 2016


City and State: KAPOLEI HA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: Look for James R McDaniel, that served in Korea.
Had a friend named Casey, and knew a girl named Song.
c/o 2/7cav 1962663 Camp McKinsey Korea 7th Div 1959-1960.

Was born in West Virginia.

Keywords: Miss Hong 1st market store #24&25



Entry: 92669
Subject: 326 COMMRECON ASA

Alfred Cloum SR wrote on February 6, 2016


City and State: EVANSVILLE IN

Unit: 326 COMM RECON CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I would like to join this group of ASA members who served in Korea years 1954 and
1955 Are there any dues.? What are KEY WORDS?

Keywords:






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