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Entry: 96139
Subject: 62-64

Barbara Wright-Dunagan wrote on August 9, 2018


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit: GHOST WALKERS

Service or Relationship: US Army Special Ops deceased husband

Comments: I am looking for anyone who served in the military and was stationed in and around ASCOM Depot between July 62 and March 64. I especially want to talk to anyone who saw a special ops unit wearing Army Fatigues with no insignia's on them and perhaps war paint that was scarier than all get out. My husband was one of those guys that were called Ghost Walkers and NPRC doesn't have his records the CIA does and they won't turn loose of them. Somebody had to have seen Skinny in 22 1/2 months and if you did please come forward and help me get his claims through and my DIC.

Keywords: Skinny, Injin, War Paint, Ghost Walkers



Entry: 95724
Subject: MP PANMUNJOM 1965-1967

Dwight Woodward wrote on May 27, 2018


City and State: FL

Unit: 3RD MP SQUAD

Service or Relationship: 1965-1967

Comments: Remembering those who served with me at the DMZ during this era. Any reunions, especially with the news breaking developments in Korea recently?

Keywords:



Entry: 95369
Subject: NEDD UNIT CRESTS

Roger Cregeen wrote on February 25, 2018


City and State: DES MOINES IA

Unit: JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed at Camp Kitty Hawk from June 83 through Des 85. Best, worst two and a half years ever! Last year my house was broken into. They got my class A jacket. I managed to replace everything except my unit crests and the leather backed JSA diamond. Trying to find new ones ever since. Does anyone know where I can purchase them?

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Entry: 95330
Subject: JSA BUDDYS

scott tomerlin wrote on February 12, 2018


City and State: LAKECITY FL

Unit: JOINTSECURITYAREA CAMPKITTYHAWK

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was station at camp kittyhawk from oct/78 to oct/79

Keywords:



Entry: 94557
Subject: JSA

william stubblefield NA wrote on April 24, 2017


City and State: HAMILTRON OH

Unit: JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I need to find personnel from the 1969 -1970 period including Melvin Harris, Gillis
Texas. Godowns, Missouri, Nowiki, Karni, dick Johnson, Massachusetts. anyone who
can find the people I knew. I need help, VA is stonewalling me. like many others
they are hoping I will die and just go away. does anyone know where our CO is now?
where is the Lieutenant who led us in the fight up north? where is the officer who
was involved in the removal of the 2 1/2 ton from the ammo dump? who remembers my
frozen feet when I was forgotten about in the snows on the mountains?

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Entry: 93865
Subject: LOOKING FOR FORMER BUDDY

Bernard Volski wrote on October 18, 2016


City and State: FRENCHTOWN NJ

Unit: 8TH ARMY JSA MP

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for Buddy, he is from Iowa, great pheasant hunter,Name is Dale , I think Hildebrandt, we were MP's at JSA 1958 to 1960.

The unit had Signal, Engineers, Motor Pool. It was located 40 miles north of Souel.

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Entry: 93103
Subject: JSA 1977 - 1978

Rick Gregory wrote on May 4, 2016


City and State:

Unit: UNC JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Always great to check into this site once a year to catch up on new entries. I dropped off Facebook since it seemed to be needlessly consuming my free time so haven't been able to keep up with some of the great guys I served with. I was the CP1 NCOIC and was best buddies with Marv Miller the Escort NCOIC. They adopted me as an Honorary Escort. I retired as an E-8 in 1992. I am now working for the Army in Orlando where we acquisition and field training simulators. It's great to be involved in helping ensure today's warriors are second to no one on the battlefield. I didn't know it at the time, but that one year from May 1977 to May 1979 was an awesome year in my life because of the great Soldiers I shared it with - well, also along with a few local friends I met in YonJuGol. :-)

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Entry: 92817
Subject: JSA AT DMZ RTT RIG DEC 1968

Tim Day wrote on March 6, 2016

Email Update Needed



City and State: NORMAN OK

Unit: A CO 304TH SIG BN 1968-1969

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was at the JSA in Dec 1968 to link up JSA with 8th Army HQ. I was land line 72B &
knew the header that was required to convert messages from RTT to Teletype.

Looking for anyone that might have been there, I know there was a Sgt in the
commcenter.

Keywords: USS Pueblo crew released. Dec 23, 1968



Entry: 92283
Subject: WHY DIDN'T I GET THE MEDAL OF HONOR?

Thomas Anderson SR. wrote on November 24, 2015


City and State: ANCHORAGE AK

Unit: UNSC/JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was working my 12 hours shift in the Tactical Operations Center at Camp Kitty Hawk in 1981 when the guard/sentry (Sp4 William Williams) at the compound's gate ran to where I was to inform me that our Commander, Colonel Sayles and his driver were heading north on the MSR without first getting clearance from the T.O.C. Shortly thereafter, gunfire erupted from inside the DMZ on the southern side of the 38th parallel. The 2nd Infantry Division, who were manning positions within the DMZ, did as they were trained and fired upon the vehicle on the MSR. I quickly assessed the situation and got on the secure radios, that had direct communication with 2nd ID, and called for an immediate ceasefire because it was my commander and his driver that was being fired upon. I coordinated a safe travel and return for my commander and his driver with the officer on duty from the command center of 2nd ID and our security forces at the northern and southern gates. I specifically, with respect, told Colonel Sayles that he and his driver were not to leave thecJSA to head south on the MSR without me giving clearance. When Colonel Sayles and his driver made it safely back to Camp Kitty Hawk, he came inside the secure area of the T.O.C. where I was working. He looked as if he'd seen a ghost and was exhausted. We conversed and he thanked me for my prompt actions that he said saved the lives of both him and his driver. He told me that the vehicle was hit with gunfire and his instincts and experience lead to he and his driver exiting the vehicle and lying in a ditch. I don't remember the exact month or day, but I was required to keep a log of all events during my shift. I worked in a Top-Secret Area. Captain McKrystal was the Operations Officer and SFC Beasley was the Senior Operations NCO during the time of this incident. Due to the severity of the incident, I'm sure it must have also been reported to COMSEC in Yongsan. I received an Army Commendation Medal for my service working in the T.O.C. I have always wondered why I didn't receive the Medal of Honor for my actions that possibility saved the lives of two fellow soldiers. I don't know Colonel Sayles first name or remember who his driver was. I hope they both are alive today and can verify this incident. If anyone who reads this know of this incident or can get in touch with Colonel Sayles or his driver, please help me in my request to receive honor I believe I deserve before my time expires on this earth.

Keywords: Colonel Sayles used to call me Andy because my last name is Anderson. Troy Haywood was a MP that also worked at the main gate atCamp Kitty Hawk.



Entry: 92139
Subject: LOOKING FOR FORMER JSA MP

Clyde Swindell wrote on November 6, 2015


City and State: MILILANI HI

Unit: JSA, PANMUNJOM, KOREA UNC

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Served as MP with JSA, Panmunjom for 13 months on DMZ from 1964-65. Trying to
locate fellow MP by name of Lonnie Miller, SP4, devoted Mason, same squad, bunked
next to each other. From mid west, possibly IN or IL. We performed MP Patrol,
Gate Security, security during UNC/North Korean/South Korea/Communist Chinese
meetings held in the JSA/DMZ.

Keywords: Keywords: Joint Security Area, Panmunjom, Korea; SSG Phillips; CAPT Hoff



Entry: 91964
Subject: JSA SCOUT 96-97

Eric Clark wrote on October 4, 2015


City and State: DALLAS TX

Unit: JSA SCOUTS - CAMP BONIFAS

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for other Scouts who served with me in 96-97. Feel free to contact me.

Keywords: OP Oulette, QRF. Stevens, Stephen, O'Daniel, Myers, Gillcrest, Hollinchick....etc



Entry: 91588
Subject: 1ST PLT JSF, 74-5

Rocky Burke wrote on July 22, 2015


City and State:

Unit: USASG-JSA, 1ST PLT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I like to check in every few years and try to contact my brothers from JSA. I have always wondered how Lt Howard Jones did after Korea. I still remember my going away party at his apartment in Seoul, and the roundeye USO tour we convinced to attend. If you remember me drop me a line. In Front of Them All. By the way, am I the only one that noticed that PAK, the KPA officer that triggered the Axe Murder incident in '76 was the same asshole we had to deal with during '74-5 and that he was a Captain, not a Senior Lt as the news labelled him. Also, anyone remember when we tried to trim that same tree in '74 and PAK showed up with his associates and said You cut that tree and you will be dead before it hits the ground We said Fk it, got back in the vehicles and left. Our lucky day I guess.

Keywords: Augie, Roger Wells, Danny Stanfield, Dave Blossom, Kerry Johnson, Phil Carter, Cisco, Bowen, Frank, Ben, Dare



Entry: 91347
Subject: LOOKING FOR THE TEAM LEADERS 22 NOV 1984 WHO WERE WITH THE SQD THAT CONFRONTED THE INFILTRATORS

David Richardson wrote on June 8, 2015


City and State: SOLDOTNA AK

Unit: 1ST TOUR JSF 3RD PLATOON UNCSG-JSA

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: I'm the squad leader who lead the patrol that confronted the two infiltrators, I NEED YOUR HELP FELLOW JSA SOLDIERS ! 22 November 1984 3rd Platoon, two infiltrators detected, my squad consisted of volunteer's who formed a functioning squad in a very short time. I'm prepared to write request for awards for Valor, and provide it to our Commander. I feel that I have failed you, I should have requested this recognition a long time ago, please forgive me. Then SSG Richardson,I'm in contact with our commander. its up to him to approve my recommendations.

Keywords: 1984 JSF 3rd Platoon, two infiltrators 22 November 1984



Entry: 91089
Subject: ACO. 1/31 ST INF. 2ND. PLATOON

Brad Allen SR. wrote on April 29, 2015


City and State: THEODORE AL

Unit: CAMP GREAVES A CO. DMZ

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Camp Greaves A Co. DMZ

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Entry: 90729
Subject: FACEBOOK JSA GROUP

Bob Kinsler wrote on March 5, 2015


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Did you know that there is a facebook group for all former JSA members - https://www.facebook.com/groups/184537024910876/. I just wish I could read Hunsu again.

Keywords:



Entry: 90610
Subject: JSA REUNION

Paul Carlson wrote on February 16, 2015


City and State: WADENA MN

Unit: JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: For info about the upcoming reunion (April 24-25, 2015 in Chicago) contact Jim Mazour, reunion organizer, PO Box 13365 Des Moines, Iowa 50310

515-321-1809 (cell) E-mail: jmazour@aol.com

Keywords: Reunion, JSA, Pan Mun Jom



Entry: 90538
Subject: JSA 1964 TO 1965

Kenneth Brassfield wrote on February 4, 2015


City and State: GENESEO IL

Unit: 2ND PLATOON M.P.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was there from Sept 64 t0 Sept 65. In July of 1965 The Military Police Journal came over and wrote an article about the JSA area. At this time we had 6 officers and 139 enlisted men there. I don't know if It carried on but on 5 may 1965 we had an organization day with games played. 13 years In Front Of Them All. I still have my copy of the program. I still remember most of the guys there. I would like to go back and see how much it has changed over the years.

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Entry: 90155
Subject: JSA IN 1978

Rick Dykstra wrote on December 8, 2014


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: How many of you remember the Moose Bus. Served in 1978 - 1979. I use to drive it, went to Munson and picked up a busload and brought them back to JSA. Remember when one the soldiers accidently shot his .45 cal as he was going through the main checkpoint, (only if you served would you know what was going on at 11:30 PM to 1:00 AM) and picking up the stuff from that was kept in the basement. The KATUSA at JSA were tough SOB. JSA was great. Went across the street to Camp Liberty Bell for a second tour. We had a fire in one of the DMZ guardpost and I was working TOC at time and had to call fire department. KATUSA had tried to increase the drip heater, and created fire. Just the time I was notifying patrols, one patrol sent up flares, as live rounds were going off. Just went back for a visit. Nothing like it use to be. Now a big tourist attraction. Bridge of No Return is all grown over and no check point next to it. All different.

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Entry: 89924
Subject: 2015 CHICAGO JSA REUNION UPDATE

James E. (Jim) Mazour wrote on November 6, 2014


City and State: WEST DES MOINES IA

Unit: US ARMY SUPPORT GROUP - JOINT SECURITY AREA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: 2015 CHICAGO JSA REUNION SPEAKER

I am pleased to announce that Major General Bert Mizusawa has accepted an invitation to be the banquet dinner speaker for our Fifth JSA/Panmunjom Veterans Reunion to be held next year in Chicago, Illinois. Reunion attendees will hear General Mizusawa's first-hand account of the events of the November 23, 1984 Soviet defector and firefight incident at Panmunjom.

In 1984, then Captain Mizusawa was the JSA unit's Joint Security Force (JSF) commander, and he led JSA soldiers in the Soviet defector incident, which resulted in a firefight between JSA and North Korean soldiers within the truce site of Panmunjom that resulted in causalities on both sides. This serious breech of the 1953 military armistice agreement by North Korea guards took the Korea DMZ to the brink of resuming the Korean War, but was under reported by the national and international media. It would be years later before the US Army awarded Mizusawa and other JSA soldiers with the Silver Star medal and Combat Infantryman's Badge (CIB) for their heroism in this incident.

Mizusawa is a major general in the US Army Reserves, and currently deployed to Afghanistan. He is a 1978 graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point where he ranked first in his class. In 1989 Mizusawa graduated from Harvard Law School, and later worked in a Wall Street law firm. In 2010 he was a candidate for a Virginia congressional district election.

RECAP OF REUNION INFORMATION

Dates: Friday and Saturday, April 24 & 25, 2015
Location: Hilton Garden Inn O'Hare Airport, 2930 S. River Road, Des Plaines, Illinois 60018
Reunion room rate: $113 per night (plus 13% tax), which includes breakfast for up to four persons per room.

This two-day reunion will again follow the format of the very successful 2007 Las Vegas and 2011 Orlando reunions. It will take place in the hotel's meeting room with a variety of photo and movie shows about the events of the Joint Security Area (JSA) unit and Panmunjom. Learn about the five American US Army soldiers who defected across the demilitarized zone to North Korea, watch a program about the 1969 North Korean hi-jacking of a South Korean airliner and the 1970 Operation Runway release of some passengers and crew members - but not all, at Panmunjom. View veterans' home movies of life on the JSA Advance Camp/Camp Kitty Hawk/ Camp Bonifas, a Military Armistice Commission meeting, the Korea DMZ and a nearby village often frequented by American soldiers. See a video of the 2011 JSA/Panmunjom Veterans Reunion in Orlando, Florida. There also will be time set aside for discussion about the Korean Defense Service Medal (KDSM), veterans exposure to Agent Orange in Korea, including the United Nations Command Security Battalion - Joint Security Area unit, and veterans service officers to answer Veterans Administration questions. There will be raffle gift drawings, a trivia contest and much more.

Display tables will be available for those attendees who wish to display any personal memorabilia. And, of course, there will be plenty of time set aside for socializing, including a Thursday and Friday evenings hospitality room to renew old friendships, meet other JSA veterans, and swap the many great Korea war stories that we all have. If you enjoyed the Las Vegas and/or Orlando reunions, you will enjoy this Chicago reunion.

Keywords: JSA, Joint Security Area, Panmunjom, Pan Mun Jom, Korea, DMZ, Veterans, Reunion



Entry: 89819
Subject: JOINT SECURITY AREA - IN FRONT OF THEM ALL '66-68

James Cipresso wrote on October 20, 2014


City and State:

Unit: JOINT SECURITY AREA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: After all the years I have been out of the service I ran across this excellent site. My 17 1/2 months at the JSA were memorable. Some good - some not so good. My short time duty was driving the guard truck that was ambushed Easter Sunday '68. I know we all felt some sort of immunity because of our direct connection to the MAC. That all ended with the ambush. The BROTHERS that were killed were friends, all of us from the 3rd MP section. What BOTHERS me MOST is the LACK of RECOGNITION for these men who GAVE ALL!!! Books have been written about the officers killed in the axe murders. Even the main camp name was changed to honor one of the officers. I read about a South Korean MP killed in a shoot out in the Neutral Zone. A memorial was put in place for him. A memorial was put in place for the BROTHERS that were ambushed, but it seems it is bypassed and given very little recognition. The officers killed in the axe murders and the Korean MP killed in the Neutral Zone saw their attackers. The four brothers-SGT James L. Anderson, SP4 Larry M. Wood,
CPL Lee Son Kyon and PFC Kim Ik Hong NEVER saw their attackers as they were AMBUSHED in the DARK. Would appreciate a photo of their memorial if any one has one.

Keywords: Joint Security Area, 3rd MP Section, JSA Truck Ambush 1968



Entry: 89539
Subject: DMZ JOINT SECURITY AREA

Chris Pugh wrote on August 19, 2014


City and State: DRACUT MA

Unit: H&S CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I have wondered through the years if there was a place for us. JSA...20+ yrs later and still have crystal memories. I was there 89-90 as a young Medic. I remember more faces than names but recognize quite a few after trolling through all the comments. What a year it was! What I really remember is the patrols.. either coming off or going on cycle. JSA was an assignment that was so unique, cool, intense, and worthwhile.. I still have that little certificate for competing over 40 signed by COL Buckley ... IN FRONT OF THEM ALL!! SGM Pugh, USAR

Keywords: JSA



Entry: 89495
Subject: JSA PAN MUN JOM 1981-82

Stewart Fitzgerald wrote on August 12, 2014


City and State: RALEIGH NC

Unit: JOINT SECURITY FORCE

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I served with best group of soldiers on the whole damn peninsula. First with the Animals then when they formed a fourth platoon in 81 with the Renegades. Guys like Perryman, Savusa, Beck,Bray, Bragg, Christian, Burke, Thomas, Monica, Guererro, Maclanahan to name few. My nickname was Spot. When love hear from any of you guys out there, I served with. In Front of Them All.

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Entry: 89490
Subject: JSA PAN MUN JOM

Stewart Fitzgerald wrote on August 12, 2014


City and State:

Unit: JOINT SECURITY FORCE

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: January 1981- February 1982. My nickname Spot. Col. Sayles Commanding Officer. Sgt.
Savusa was there. Sgt Geurerro. Specialist Beck, Pvt. Frye, Spec 4 Burkes, Sgt Miller,
Spec 4 Thomas, Spec 4 Mojica , Pvt. Bray were some of the guys there. RIP Sgt. Schultz.
Proud to have served. Remember that night on guard duty when they tried to scale the
fence after the coming out of minefield on the on the Southside of tank wall?

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Entry: 89214
Subject: JSA

Tim Thornton wrote on June 23, 2014


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking for anyone who served at the JSA from 1998 to 2000 under my command.

Keywords:



Entry: 88703
Subject: CLOSEING DMZ IN '72

David Thornton wrote on April 8, 2014


City and State: NEW MARSHFIELD OH

Unit: USASG-JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Hi guys, I need some buddy letters from some of you who remember when I got shot by a sniper by the road going up to Collier near the broken bridge. It seams the VA doesn't to believe my and evidently a half inch hole in my pelvis just happens. I remember everyone said I didn't look bad for being shot and got around OK. Now the problems show up! I reported it to Tripp and O.D when I got back from closing the Z and they asked where all the blood came from in the jeep. The next thing I new when we got back down south there were 2 officers and a CIA guy wanting my cloths and the bullet. They told me to never talk about it again. If any of you guys are still alive and remember the incident, please get in touch with me. Dave

Keywords: JSA, Dave, Thunder, JSA 4



Entry: 88308
Subject: JSA 1966 - 1968

John Bryant wrote on February 11, 2014


City and State: B'HAM AL

Unit: JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking for anyone that witnessed North Korean attack on Colonel's driver during Buddhist Monk visit to JSA in late 1967.

Keywords: JSA/North Korean fight, 1967



Entry: 87290
Subject: J..S..A.. 1968 TO 1970

Roy Blake wrote on September 26, 2013


City and State: CLEARLAKE CA

Unit: J.S.A. PANMUNJOM

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: IN FRONT OF THEM ALL

Keywords: AGENT ORANGE EXPOSURE 1969



Entry: 87244
Subject: LOOKING FOR JSA MEN INVOLVED IN 20APRIL 68 FIREFIGHT

Mario Pacella SR. wrote on September 21, 2013


City and State: BLASDELL NY

Unit: 2/23RD INFANTRY 2ND DIVISION

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking for a Major Metcaff or members of his Detail that
arrived on GP Gladys during the firefight on the GP and the
surounding area at about 1330 hours on 20 April 1968. Have the
newspaper clippings of the events of that firefight but need
something GI Official. EG. Afteraction Report, S2/S3 report,
Evaluation report or Journal. It was reported at JSA meeting
267 and probably 268. If you have any information or were
there, please repond. Best Regards to all JSA soldiers, Mario
Pacella, 2/23rd Infanty 2nd Division.

Keywords: 20 April 1968 Firefight on and Near GP Gladys. Major Metcaff's
JSA Detail



Entry: 86874
Subject: TO ALL MY BROTHERS

Allen Neil wrote on July 28, 2013

Email Update Needed



City and State: PITTSBURG KS

Unit: JSF 3RD PLT RENEGADES

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: TO ALL MY BROTHERS OUT THERE, THIS IS A GREAT SITE. I'VE BEEN

LOOKING FOR MY FRIENDS THAT I SERVED WITH, READ THROUGHT SOME OF

WHAT WAS POSTED, AND WHAT I CAME AWAY WITH WAS THAT WE ALL WERE

PART OF THE BEST DAMN UNITE IN ARMY. WITH THE BEST MEN IN THE

ARMY. EVEN THOU WE SERVICED AT DRIFFRENT TIME IN THE HISTORY OF

THE JSA, WE ARE ALL ONE. NOW AND ALWAYS. WE ARE THE OTHER HALF

OF THE FORGOTTEN MEN THAT SERVED INTHE ROK. FOR SOME LIKE ME

FOLLOWED MY FATHER PATH THERE, HE WAS THERE MARINES WHEN THE WAR

WAS HOT. OTHERS MAY NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT WE DID THEIR, I GUESS IT

DOESN'T MATTER. AS LONG AS WE KNOW. AND LETS NOT FORGET THOSE

THAT ARE STILL ON PARTOL, ALONG WITH THE ROKS THAT ARE WITH

THEM. I'M PROUD AND HONORED TO BE PART OF THE MEN OF THE JSF AND

THE JSA. MY GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU MY BROTHERS, AND AS ALWAY MAY

WE STAY IN FRONT OF THEM ALL

Keywords:



Entry: 86852
Subject: TO ALL MY BROTHERS

Allen Neil wrote on July 28, 2013

Email Update Needed



City and State: PITTSBURG KS

Unit: JSF 3RD PLT RENEGADES

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: TO ALL MY BROTHERS OUT THERE, THIS IS A GREAT SITE. I'VE BEEN

LOOKING FOR MY FRIENDS THAT I SERVED WITH, READ THROUGHT SOME OF

WHAT WAS POSTED, AND WHAT I CAME AWAY WITH WAS THAT WE ALL WERE

PART OF THE BEST DAMN UNITE IN ARMY. WITH THE BEST MEN IN THE

ARMY. EVEN THOU WE SERVICED AT DRIFFRENT TIME IN THE HISTORY OF

THE JSA, WE ARE ALL ONE. NOW AND ALWAYS. WE ARE THE OTHER HALF

OF THE FORGOTTEN MEN THAT SERVED INTHE ROK. FOR SOME LIKE ME

FOLLOWED MY FATHER PATH THERE, HE WAS THERE MARINES WHEN THE WAR

WAS HOT. OTHERS MAY NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT WE DID THEIR, I GUESS IT

DOESN'T MATTER. AS LONG AS WE KNOW. AND LETS NOT FORGET THOSE

THAT ARE STILL ON PARTOL, ALONG WITH THE ROKS THAT ARE WITH

THEM. I'M PROUD AND HONORED TO BE PART OF THE MEN OF THE JSF AND

THE JSA. MY GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU MY BROTHERS, AND AS ALWAY MAY

WE STAY IN FRONT OF THEM ALL

Keywords:



Entry: 86851
Subject: TO ALL MY BROTHERS

Allen Neil wrote on July 28, 2013

Email Update Needed



City and State: PITTSBURG KS

Unit: JSF 3RD PLT RENEGADES

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: TO ALL MY BROTHERS OUT THERE, THIS IS A GREAT SITE. I'VE BEEN

LOOKING FOR MY FRIENDS THAT I SERVED WITH, READ THROUGHT SOME OF

WHAT WAS POSTED, AND WHAT I CAME AWAY WITH WAS THAT WE ALL WERE

PART OF THE BEST DAMN UNITE IN ARMY. WITH THE BEST MEN IN THE

ARMY. EVEN THOU WE SERVICED AT DRIFFRENT TIME IN THE HISTORY OF

THE JSA, WE ARE ALL ONE. NOW AND ALWAYS. WE ARE THE OTHER HALF

OF THE FORGOTTEN MEN THAT SERVED INTHE ROK. FOR SOME LIKE ME

FOLLOWED MY FATHER PATH THERE, HE WAS THERE MARINES WHEN THE WAR

WAS HOT. OTHERS MAY NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT WE DID THEIR, I GUESS IT

DOESN'T MATTER. AS LONG AS WE KNOW. AND LETS NOT FORGET THOSE

THAT ARE STILL ON PARTOL, ALONG WITH THE ROKS THAT ARE WITH

THEM. I'M PROUD AND HONORED TO BE PART OF THE MEN OF THE JSF AND

THE JSA. MY GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU MY BROTHERS, AND AS ALWAY MAY

WE STAY IN FRONT OF THEM ALL

Keywords:



Entry: 86850
Subject: TO ALL MY BROTHERS

Allen Neil wrote on July 28, 2013

Email Update Needed



City and State: PITTSBURG KS

Unit: JSF 3RD PLT RENEGADES

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: TO ALL MY BROTHERS OUT THERE, THIS IS A GREAT SITE. I'VE BEEN

LOOKING FOR MY FRIENDS THAT I SERVED WITH, READ THROUGHT SOME OF

WHAT WAS POSTED, AND WHAT I CAME AWAY WITH WAS THAT WE ALL WERE

PART OF THE BEST DAMN UNITE IN ARMY. WITH THE BEST MEN IN THE

ARMY. EVEN THOU WE SERVICED AT DRIFFRENT TIME IN THE HISTORY OF

THE JSA, WE ARE ALL ONE. NOW AND ALWAYS. WE ARE THE OTHER HALF

OF THE FORGOTTEN MEN THAT SERVED INTHE ROK. FOR SOME LIKE ME

FOLLOWED MY FATHER PATH THERE, HE WAS THERE MARINES WHEN THE WAR

WAS HOT. OTHERS MAY NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT WE DID THEIR, I GUESS IT

DOESN'T MATTER. AS LONG AS WE KNOW. AND LETS NOT FORGET THOSE

THAT ARE STILL ON PARTOL, ALONG WITH THE ROKS THAT ARE WITH

THEM. I'M PROUD AND HONORED TO BE PART OF THE MEN OF THE JSF AND

THE JSA. MY GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU MY BROTHERS, AND AS ALWAY MAY

WE STAY IN FRONT OF THEM ALL

Keywords:



Entry: 86849
Subject: TO ALL MY BROTHERS

Allen Neil wrote on July 28, 2013

Email Update Needed



City and State: PITTSBURG KS

Unit: JSF 3RD PLT RENEGADES

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: TO ALL MY BROTHERS OUT THERE, THIS IS A GREAT SITE. I'VE BEEN

LOOKING FOR MY FRIENDS THAT I SERVED WITH, READ THROUGHT SOME OF

WHAT WAS POSTED, AND WHAT I CAME AWAY WITH WAS THAT WE ALL WERE

PART OF THE BEST DAMN UNITE IN ARMY. WITH THE BEST MEN IN THE

ARMY. EVEN THOU WE SERVICED AT DRIFFRENT TIME IN THE HISTORY OF

THE JSA, WE ARE ALL ONE. NOW AND ALWAYS. WE ARE THE OTHER HALF

OF THE FORGOTTEN MEN THAT SERVED INTHE ROK. FOR SOME LIKE ME

FOLLOWED MY FATHER PATH THERE, HE WAS THERE MARINES WHEN THE WAR

WAS HOT. OTHERS MAY NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT WE DID THEIR, I GUESS IT

DOESN'T MATTER. AS LONG AS WE KNOW. AND LETS NOT FORGET THOSE

THAT ARE STILL ON PARTOL, ALONG WITH THE ROKS THAT ARE WITH

THEM. I'M PROUD AND HONORED TO BE PART OF THE MEN OF THE JSF AND

THE JSA. MY GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU MY BROTHERS, AND AS ALWAY MAY

WE STAY IN FRONT OF THEM ALL

Keywords:



Entry: 86848
Subject: TO ALL MY BROTHERS

Allen Neil wrote on July 28, 2013

Email Update Needed



City and State: PITTSBURG KS

Unit: JSF 3RD PLT RENEGADES

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: TO ALL MY BROTHERS OUT THERE, THIS IS A GREAT SITE. I'VE BEEN

LOOKING FOR MY FRIENDS THAT I SERVED WITH, READ THROUGHT SOME OF

WHAT WAS POSTED, AND WHAT I CAME AWAY WITH WAS THAT WE ALL WERE

PART OF THE BEST DAMN UNITE IN ARMY. WITH THE BEST MEN IN THE

ARMY. EVEN THOU WE SERVICED AT DRIFFRENT TIME IN THE HISTORY OF

THE JSA, WE ARE ALL ONE. NOW AND ALWAYS. WE ARE THE OTHER HALF

OF THE FORGOTTEN MEN THAT SERVED INTHE ROK. FOR SOME LIKE ME

FOLLOWED MY FATHER PATH THERE, HE WAS THERE MARINES WHEN THE WAR

WAS HOT. OTHERS MAY NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT WE DID THEIR, I GUESS IT

DOESN'T MATTER. AS LONG AS WE KNOW. AND LETS NOT FORGET THOSE

THAT ARE STILL ON PARTOL, ALONG WITH THE ROKS THAT ARE WITH

THEM. I'M PROUD AND HONORED TO BE PART OF THE MEN OF THE JSF AND

THE JSA. MY GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU MY BROTHERS, AND AS ALWAY MAY

WE STAY IN FRONT OF THEM ALL

Keywords:



Entry: 86753
Subject: JSA 4-82 TO 5-83

Doug Bartley wrote on July 19, 2013


City and State: SEBRING FL

Unit: JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Was unit Armorer @ JSA compound from April 82 until May 83, with

Specialist Burton (?) and Lt Williams (?) I think (memory is bad

about those times). Anyway I remember that PFC White went North

and we got locked down, Senator Paula Hawkins of Florida came to

visit and 6 of us got to eat with her and had are picture taken

as a group with her. I recently found a copy of that picture

that had been sent to my parents and I didn't even know that

they had gotten it. Any one out there remember that and were one

of us 6 I would love to here from you......Doug



Can get you a copy of the pic if you are interested....

Keywords:



Entry: 86631
Subject: JSF 75-76

Charles Pigg wrote on July 3, 2013


City and State: CLARKSVILLE TN

Unit: RETIRED

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was a Platoon Leader in the JSF during the time period of the
Henderson Incident and the reorganization of the JSF. I became
the XO named was Charles C. Charles. Our first IG inspection
ever, first alert during the day - what an eye-opener, nation
wide alert with the finding of the tunnels, inflitrator
strapped to the bottom of a bus, our nutso GI in the barracks,
and lots more. other Lt's were Blount, Zilka and Maxwell. Just
rotated before the death of Bonifas and Barret.

Keywords: Bonifas, Blount, Zilka and Maxwell. JSF, Henderson, Vierra and
Chico.



Entry: 86274
Subject: PFC BLACK

Garry Don Wehr wrote on May 23, 2013


City and State: AZUSA CA

Unit: JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: lOOKING FOR PFC BLACK WHO WAS WITH ME AT BRIDGE OF NO RETURN
WHEN A NORTH KOREAN TRIED TO HIT ME WITH A TRUCK.
PLEASE CONTACT ME ASAP.
THANK YOU,
DON WEHR

Keywords: PFC BLACK, BRIDGE OF NO RETURN



Entry: 86243
Subject: EQUALITY WITH RESPECT TO VETERAN DIOXIN EXPOSURE PRESUMPTION FOR ALL VETERANS

Dennis McHenney wrote on May 19, 2013


City and State: KENDALLVILLE IN

Unit: 38TH ADA BRGD

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Equality with respect to Veteran dioxin exposure presumption
for all Veterans

Hi,

Currently only veterans of the Vietnam Conflict are afforded
this in a limited presumption, Boots on GroundĀ legislation, if
they were in the Republic of Vietnam (Served in the Republic of
Vietnam between 1/9/62 and 5/7/75) per the Department of
Veterans Affairs. In fact any current end date for any location
would be invalid as Dioxins stay active for much longer than
the time since the 1962 admitted RVN Agent Orange / Dioxin
start date, current end date is the end date for RVN service,
per the DVA. I was in an exposed unit, one of many and in many
countries, not recognized by the DVA.

That's why I created a petition to The United States House of
Representatives, The United States Senate, and President Barack
Obama.


We the undersigned petition the US Senate, US Congress and the
President of the United States to enact legislation that makes
ALL veterans have equal presumption of exposure to Dioxins
while in the service of the United States at any location or
unit. We feel that ALL veterans MUST be treated equally with
respect to Dioxin exposure by the US government and Department
of Veterans Affairs.



NOTE: Veterans must also still prove they have a recognized
condition, that maybe caused by Dioxin exposure, during or
after service to get DVA benefits.


Any one 18 can sign.
If effected vet make sure you add your statement in comment
area too!
Will you sign this petition? Click here:

http://signon.org/sign/equality-wrt-vet-dioxin?
source=c.em.mt&r_by=7785518

http://benefits.va.gov/BENEFITS/factsheets/serviceconnected/pres
umption.pdf

Pass along to others too!

Thanks!

Keywords: AO, Dioxins, D 2/71st



Entry: 85904
Subject: LOOKING FOR MARVIN MILLER 77-78

Jim Thompson wrote on April 6, 2013


City and State: GROVE CITY OH

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: Anybody know the whereabouts of Sgt Marvin Miller that was in charge of the
Escort Section in 1977?



Entry: 85891
Subject: ARE WE STILL UP THERE?

Bob Kinsler wrote on April 5, 2013


City and State: ANTLERS OK

Unit: UNCSFJSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Is there a group of US Army Soldiers still at the JSA and are
they locked down? Any movement lately from the north Koreans?

Keywords:



Entry: 85667
Subject: 2ND PLT MAD DOGS 80/81

Jack Tillery wrote on March 8, 2013


City and State:

Unit: 2ND PLT UNCSG-JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: any body out there from 2nd PLT Mad Dogs from 1980-
1981?

Keywords:



Entry: 85607
Subject: TRYING TO LOCATE ALLEN NEIL

William Schweizer wrote on March 1, 2013


City and State: FORKED RIVER NJ

Unit: H&S COMPANY JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: On 13 February 2013, I received an E-Mail from Allen
Neil,via the Korean War Project web site. I tried
several times to respond to his message, but all my
responses were returned as undeliverable. I even tried
to contact him through the Korean War Project web page,
all to no avail. If anyone out there knows Allen
Neil's E-Mail address or if Allen sees this message,
please feel free to contact me through the KWP website,
would love to hear from you. I was assigned to the JSA
TOC from Jan 1982-Jan 83. I am currently in contact
with David Chapman from 1st Platoon. Dave is the only
JSA veteran that I am currently in contact with.
Would also like to contact Donald E. Rice, Chuck
Milazzo, Tommy Powell, Jay Ring, Jim Hargadon. Any
information regarding these individuals would be
greatly appreciated.

In Front Of Them All

Keywords:



Entry: 85261
Subject: SEEKING MID-70'S YONG JU GOL PHOTOS

Dave Burke JR. wrote on January 19, 2013


City and State: ROSEVILLE CA

Unit: USASG-JSA '74-'75

Service or Relationship: United Nations

Comments: Friends of JSA and nearby camps. I wrote a novel about
Yong Ju Gol. A movie script is being passed around to
major producers. I am holding off publishing novel till
movie sells (worth more that way). I need photos of
yong ju gol in the mid 70's; clubs, girls, street
scenes, stores, etc... especially JSA mess hall, JSA
quonset huts-interior and exterior, Moon Tea Room-same,
Tae Ju Pol bridge, turkey farm by river... anything
similar. The photos will not be published... they will
be used by set construction guys to recreate the Yong
Ju Gol of that time on movie sets. If you doubt my
sincerity, here is the director, David Rimer ( and good
friend), who co-wrote the script with me and is now
shopping producers. Check him out.
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0727255/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1

Keywords: yongjugol, yongju gol, yong ju gol, 74, 75, 1974, 1975,
turkey farm, cave club, moon tea room, happy club,
seven-up club, 7-up club, moulin rouge club, camp gary
owen, camp liberty bell, camp kitty hawk, camp bonifas,
camp greaves,kimchi whores,usasg-jsa, jsa, pan mun jom



Entry: 85033
Subject: SEEKING SGT. WILLIAM JSA POL MOTOR POOL SECTION

Antonio Sherman wrote on December 23, 2012


City and State: COLUMBIA SC

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: I was a fresh young private E1 when I got there assigned first to the
JSA Motor Pool, My Sgt. was name Sgt. William over the POL point in
which I first was assigned. I later be came courier/ escort driver. I
anything to find Sgt William he had a friend name Brown who was a
Sgt as well.

I want to find him and thank him while there he spoke a positive word
in my life that stayed with me thought out my military career and
retired life. What he spoke came to pass and I want to just let him see
and thank him ,if anyone know anything about Sgt William from JSA,
in the motor pool that was over the POL section. Please contact me.
the year was 1981-83 time frame, He left before me.
anyone can help you're welcome to write or call8035183377.

Keywords: Sherman, JSA motor pool, POL Section



Entry: 85032
Subject: SEEKING SGT. WILLIAM JSA POL MOTOR POOL SECTION

Antonio Sherman wrote on December 23, 2012


City and State: COLUMBIA SC

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: I was a fresh young private E1 when I got there assigned first to the
JSA Motor Pool, My Sgt. was name Sgt. William over the POL point in
which I first was assigned. I later be came courier/ escort driver. I
anything to find Sgt William he had a friend name Brown who was a
Sgt as well.

I want to find him and thank him while there he spoke a positive word
in my life that stayed with me thought out my military career and
retired life. What he spoke came to pass and I want to just let him see
and thank him ,if anyone know anything about Sgt William from JSA,
in the motor pool that was over the POL section. Please contact me.
the year was 1981-83 time frame, He left before me.
anyone can help you're welcome to write or call8035183377.

Keywords: Sherman, JSA motor pool, POL Section



Entry: 84954
Subject: NOTEWORTH'S NCOIC 1967

John Van Dalen wrote on December 11, 2012


City and State:

Unit: JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was at Pan Mun Jom for about 22 months. Hey I was
single. I can over from the 25th Inf Division at
Scoofield Barracks. It was quite a shock. but it was
great. I especially liked all the guys who worked with
me on Noteworthy in the one building until they moved
it to our barracks. I was able to get back to Korea
in 1990 with the Washington Air national Guard from
which I retired in 1994 at Senior Master Sargent E8.
Noteworthy was gone, replaced by dial telephones, our
barrack was the ROK army PX, the water tower was still
there but the generators were gone. The Hobby Shop,
O'Club and NCO Clubs still there but upgraded. We
didn't have a lot of time to walk around. Everyone
else on the tour had never been to JSA or Pan Mum Jom.
Our trip the the conference site was different than
I remembered. Much more security and some uneasiness
with both sides. I remember being in almost all the
old buildings including the NK HQ building to inventory
the TA312 the NK had to receive our calls. 1LT Cox
and I went into the building and I remember thinking we
were never leaving. Well, I'm sorry I'm late to the
party here, just found the site. Hope to see another
reunion. I will try to make it. Best to all.
BTW, does anyone know who and where Tom Toth might be?
He was our radio repair guy.

Keywords: Noteworthy chief operator



Entry: 84924
Subject: LOOKING FOR ARMY VETERAN

Kello Newmayer wrote on December 7, 2012

Email Update Needed



City and State: CERRITOS CA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Comments: Comments: I'm searching for Larry Brown
(middle initial unknown),approximately 70 - 75 years
old.

Served in the Eighth Army in South Korea during the
period of 1961 - 63 in Battery F of the Fourth
Missile Battalion at Moon Hak-dong near Inchon.

His parents were living in New Mexico during his tour
in Korea.

He was an SP5 and was a security guard. He had a
brother and sister.


Keywords:



Entry: 84638
Subject: JSA 70-71

Steve Cowman wrote on November 10, 2012


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone who served at JSA during period of July 1970 to
September 1971. I was in the S-4 section, motor pool, drove a tour
bus and lived in the hooch where Captin Clark's office was located.

Keywords: JSA DMZ



Entry: 84439
Subject: MADDOGS 1987

Steve Paulsen wrote on October 16, 2012


City and State: CLINTON IA

Unit: 2ND PLT JSF COMPANY, JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for some of the guys I was with in JSA I was
there 1987-1988.

Keywords: Maddogs



Entry: 84257
Subject: 2ND PLATOON MADDOGS 78-79

Jim Bryan SR. wrote on September 25, 2012

Email Update Needed



City and State: LEXINGTON SC

Unit: USASG-JSA

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was with the Maddogs from Jan 78 to Jan 79. A
couple of names that I remember were SSG Underhack,
SSG Snowden, SGT Aldridge, PFC Oberhack, and there
are a lot that I've forgotten over the years. It was
one wild year in the land of the morning calm.

Keywords:






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