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Entry: 96709
Subject: LOOKING FOR FATHER’S UNIT

James Fonville wrote on November 13, 2018


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Comments: My father served in Korea during the war. Unfortunately, his records were among those that were destroyed in the fire. I am trying to find out more about his time there and his unit. He unfortunately, passed away over 20 years ago and never told us about it. His name was Jerry Fonville. He was from Texas and was a talented musician.

Keywords: Fonville



Entry: 96550
Subject: MISSING RECORDS

Barbara Wright-Dunagan wrote on October 21, 2018


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit: GHOST WALKERS RECON UNIT

Service or Relationship: US Army

Comments: For those of you who are missing records this could be news you should find pleasing. The complaint to DOJ on missing records is in and within 60 days we should know if they will open a Formal Investigation into what happened to Korea records.

Keywords: missing/hidden records. Agent Orange, Nukes, Biologicals



Entry: 96218
Subject: MISSING YOUR RECORDS?

Barbara Wright wrote on August 21, 2018


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit: GHOST WALKERS

Service or Relationship: US Army Special Ops

Comments: If you are trying to figure out why you can't get benefits have you thought that your records are not at NPRC where they're supposed to be? If so please email me with your contact information because I am compiling a list of those without records to force the VA into doing something positive for you guys. My husband was Special Ops 62-64 in Korea and his unit was known as Ghost Walkers but somebody is playing keep away with his records. Not even the VA nor my Senator can find them. Is that fair Not only No but Hell No and I've found about 40 others int he same boat. Are you Number 41?

Keywords: missing 201 files, can't prove I was there, Ghost Walkers, POW, Morning Records.



Entry: 96061
Subject: KOREA LINK OF INTEREST

T Fazzini wrote on July 28, 2018


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Comments: http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/the-3-ways-diplomacy-with-north-korea-could-end-and-war-is-still-one-of-them/comment-page-1/#comment-8566987

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Entry: 96052
Subject: JULY 27, 2018 MIAS COMING HOME FROM KOREA

T Fazzini wrote on July 27, 2018


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Comments: After 13 years 4 months and 6 days MIAS are coming home from North Korea

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Entry: 96007
Subject: SEVERAL MIAS FOUND AND DESCRIBED PAGE 6

t fAZZINI wrote on July 19, 2018


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Comments: Several US Korea war Airmen MIAS recovered but unidentified see page 6
http://www.coalitionoffamilies.org/uploads/7/4/0/8/74085837/coalition_of_families_p.o.w.-m.i.a._newsletter_spring_edition_2018_update_and_review.pdf

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Entry: 95992
Subject: MIAS PICTURES

T fazzini wrote on July 16, 2018


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Comments: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2018/07/15/us-north-korea-hold-talks-at-dmz-about-return-korean-war-veterans-remains.html

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Entry: 95984
Subject: MISSING RECORDS

Barbara Wright-Dunagan wrote on July 14, 2018


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit: GHOST WALKERS

Service or Relationship: US Army Special Ops

Comments: TO ANYONE who hasn't already contacted me with their contact information and are missing records I need you to contact me ASAP with your information. I don't care if you were there in 1962 or 2002 and are missing something Anything that would get a claim approved I want to know because I am compiling a list to send to my Senator's office and my Rep's offices in DC on this. I know most all of you need something from 201 files to AAR's to just your medical and dental records that would get you benefits.

Keywords: Missing Records



Entry: 95920
Subject: MISSING RECORDS

Barbara Wright-Dunagan wrote on June 28, 2018


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit: GHOST WALKERS

Service or Relationship: US Army Special Ops

Comments: If you served in Korea and are missing Any or All of your service records or can't prove a stresser I need you to contact me. We have congresses attention on this missing records issue and I have been ask to get my representative a list of men who are missing records and what they are missing. Together we will be a mighty army and we will win the battle over records.

Keywords: lost, missing or fire damaged records.



Entry: 95874
Subject: MIAS COMING HOME?

T Fazzini wrote on June 22, 2018


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Comments: On June 19, 2018 Fox News reported North Korea to send to US remains of up to 200 American Service members.[http://www.conservativesforum.com/cgi-bin/conservatives-forum/YaBB.pl?num=1529451476 Conservative Forum quoting Fox news]

L-d let this come true...?

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Entry: 95636
Subject: 55TH MP UNIT

Barbara Wright-Dunagan wrote on May 10, 2018


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit: HUSBAND IN GHOST WALKERS

Service or Relationship: 1962-64

Comments: I understand that the 55th MP unit may have been the unit that was on Main Gate and perhaps the back gate at ASCOM Depot in the summer of 1963 and if so I would like to talk to anyone who was in that unit then. My husbands unit went in and out that gate several times a week

Keywords: ASCOM Guard duty, unit with no inisgnia on uniforms wearing face paint.



Entry: 95411
Subject: PHOTOS FOUND

Mary League LEAGUE wrote on March 19, 2018


City and State: WEST END NC

Unit: ? 8TH CAV REGT./160TH INF REGT.

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My father Azel E League served in Korea from Oct.1952-Nov. 1953. I have found pictures of him on a ship that departed Otaru, Japan, Oct.9th, 1952 and arrived in Pohang, Korea Oct. 16th 1952. There are other service members in these pictures. Some of the records I have available are showing, Svc Co 8th Cav Regt.APO 201. Co M 160th Inf Regt. APO 6. It's all greek to me but those are documented on the records I have for that time of travel. Anyone interested in viewing these pictures may contact me. Thanks just wanting to share some of my Dads history.

Keywords: Ship



Entry: 95403
Subject: SAD NEWS

Barbara Wright Dunagan WRIGHT wrote on March 8, 2018


City and State: PENDLETON OR

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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: It is sad for me to announce the passing of Joseph Wayne Dunagan AKA Skinny who was in the original Ghost Walkers unit that worked nights in the early 1960's. Skinny died of cancer on March 12, 2018 in Pendleton Oregon. For those of you who have followed our saga Joe was in a CIA/Army unit and the CIA has his records and are refusing to release even enough information out of them to get the VA to grant him his disability and provide the Department of Defense enough information to print him a DD 214. I am having to get an attorney to force the release of enough information to get his disability claims approved. If you would like help you can mail contributions to Black-Ops Korea Vet with cancer needs help to Community Bank Pendleton, 157 S. Main, Pendleton, OR 97801 or to Westminster Woods Camp and conference Center C/O 1st Presbyterian Church, 204 SW Dorion Ave, Pendleton, or. 97801. IF you are one of those who are also missing some or all of your records please let me know so I can let the attorney know. If I win I believe we all will win.

Keywords: Injin, Skinny, Teddy, Okie, Freedom Highway, OP Susan.



Entry: 95345
Subject: URGENT PLEA ILL VET NEEDS HELP

Barbara Wright Dunagan wrote on February 17, 2018


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit: HQ. HQ. GHOST WALKERS

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: This is an urgent plea to Anyone who served in Korea between early May 1962 and March 1964 and saw a squad of men with no insignia's on their fatigue pants. This squad was ran by a Native American gentleman nicknames Injin. The squad worked at night and slept during the day and were camped outside camps and compounds in the 1st Cav area of Korea. My husband was a member of that unit and now is suffering from cancer thanks to his time in Korea. We need to get proof that he was in Korea to get his claims for benefits approved. We know that there has to be someone out there who either saw the guys out on night patrol or saw skinny coming and going from ASCOM Depot bringing prisoners. His records are so sanitized that you could eat off them and that hurts. Please spread the word that this vet needs big time help ASAP. We need his claims approved so we have money to go to doctors with and without proof that he was in Korea we are out of luck.

Keywords: Injin, Skinny, OP Susan, Freedom Road, Main Gate ASCOM Depot, Test plots under Freedom and Libby Bridge.



Entry: 95312
Subject: NUKE SIGNS ON TOP OF A MOUNTAIN

joe dunagan DUNAGA wrote on February 6, 2018


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit: HQ. HQ. SEOUL

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking for anyone who drove by a fenced off mountain base west of Seoul. The fenced off mountain was on the main road going west towards the coast. One day there was no signs and a couple of days later there was a fence and radioactive signs on the fence and Keep Out by orders of the US Government Agency. This would have been the spring of 1963.

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Entry: 95280
Subject: SPECIAL OPS VETS SUE CIA

barbara wright WRIGHT wrote on January 25, 2018


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit: GHOST WALKERS

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I got word that there is a group of Special Ops Vets who are suing the CIA to force them to release their records. I am looking for a point of contact for this group. The group may be out of either Virginia or Delaware and I first heard about them 3 years ago and just this week I heard about a group(the same group I don't know) that is forcing the CIA into releasing their records. Does anyone know anything about this group especially a point of contact for them?

Keywords: Records, Special Ops Vets, CIA



Entry: 95262
Subject: TOTAL MIAS JANUARY 18,2018

T fazzini wrote on January 19, 2018


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Comments: As of January 17-18, 2018 both of the DOD POW/MIA Accounting Agency and Personnel Missing KOREA {PMKOR database} agree on a total number of US MIAS: 7,712

http://www.dpaa.mil/Our-Missing/Past-Conflicts/

Sadly...there are still an estimated US Mias 3,260-4,116 [1954] to 3,960-3,828 [2017] still left behind in North Korea

See DOD Loss concentrations North Korea
https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Missing_in_action#Cold_War



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Entry: 95166
Subject: USMC

Julie Wilson wrote on December 7, 2017


City and State: SAULT STE. MARIE MI

Unit: NAVY

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: This is a neighbor. I have his dog tags.

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Entry: 95138
Subject: NAVY MANEUVERS IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA 63

barbara wright WRIGHT wrote on November 21, 2017


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I am looking for information on Navy Cruisers who were on maneuvers in the South China Sea in the area of Seoul Korea in the spring of 1963. I am also looking for any Special Ops Vets who are missing any or all of their Korea records.

Keywords: Injin, Skinny NK POW Camps



Entry: 95129
Subject: MISSING PERSONNEL RECORDS

barbara wright WRIGHT wrote on November 18, 2017


City and State: PENDLETON OR

Unit: GHOST WALKERS

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: If you are missing any part of your Military Personnel Files you need to let Rep. Phil Roe or Senator Jeff Merkley know. If you were in a Special Ops Unit and can't get benefits you need to let both these men know. If you were Special Ops then the CIA has your records and congress must be made to force the CIA into giving them up or admitting they shredded them and compensate you for the loss of your records. Use 1-866-272-6622 and ask for Either Phil Roe of Tennessee or Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon. There are way too many of you out there with part or all of your Military Personnel files missing and congress needs to hear from more than just me. Please help your fellow vets by speaking up.

Keywords: Ghost Walkers, Special Ops Missing or hidden records, Lady Polar Bears, Injin, Red Cloud



Entry: 85549
Subject: SP 4 MICHAEL F SHEA

Michael Shea wrote on February 23, 2013


City and State: ALTON NH

Unit: 72 ENG

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: hey guy's where you at

Keywords: kelley hill



Entry: 79449
Subject: ANTHONY (TONY) ARBONAISE

Deisree Hanan Arbonaise wrote on June 28, 2011


City and State: MELBOURNE FL

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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: Looking for anyone who knew my father,,,he just recently passed on ,,,,

Keywords: Greenland 



Entry: 73744
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Karen Tatje wrote on February 28, 2010


City and State: AURORA IL

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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments:

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Entry: 73444
Subject: NONE

Lorraine Broussard wrote on February 6, 2010

Email Update Needed



City and State: JENNINGS LA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Air Force Veteran

Comments:

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Entry: 72630
Subject: TRACKING DAD

Deana Walter-Lantz wrote on December 2, 2009


City and State: ELKHART IN

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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: like to know more about my dad - have pics

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Entry: 67990
Subject: NOT FORGOTTEN

Steve Stoner wrote on November 23, 2008


City and State: CA

Unit: VF-121 PLANE CAPTAIN, USS TICONDEROGA, V-1, FLY 1

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran

Comments: Former USN Airman, stationed at Mirimar NAS with VF-121 from 1967-1969, then to Ticonderoga until separation in 1970. Responding to Fred Deckert's listing on these pages. Wellcome home to all you sailors, airmen, soldiers, and marines! We didnt hear it often enough back then. God's blessings to all, Stoney

Keywords: Tonkin gulf, Miramar, San luis Mexico, Yuma MCAS, F-4 Phantom, CVA-14, CV14, CVS-14, CVS14, CVA14, USS Ticonderoga CVA-14, Stoney, Boner, VF-121 Pacemaker, Blue shirt, Fly 1,V-1 Division, CAG69



Entry: 35880
Subject: VERNON BARRYMORE

Jennifer Barrymore wrote on July 28, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State: ALEXANDRIA VA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: I would just like to honor our veterans. We live in a time, while many are against war, it's so important to honor those that fight for our safety and our freedom.

My dad always told stories about his experience in Korea when I was young. But as he got older he never mentioned them. He's been unable to speak for the last 5 or 6 years due to several strokes. Now I wish I had more information.

But I recently moved to the DC area and saw the Korean War Memorial. And I have to say, it was emotional for me be cause it reminded me of his stories of how cold and wet it was while he was there.

God Bless
Youngest daughter of Vernon Barrymore

Keywords: Vernon Barrymore
Korea



Entry: 35772
Subject: ADOPTED, THANK YOU VETS

Christy Ratliff wrote on July 26, 2003


City and State: LEXINGTON KY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Hello, I'm adopted from Inchon, Korea, I have posted on this website before, and my heart is so deeply grateful for you all KWV's! All my love and may you be so blessed abundantly in life, you deserve the best life has to offer you, you have done Korea so much good, more than we can ever be thankful for! I was wondering if any of you had your tour in Inchon, Korea, if so, I'd love to hear about it. I don't know much about my hometown, but would love to hear stories about people that have been there and seen and lived there for some time. I'd love to hear from anyone for that matter that would like to tell me their stories while stationed in Korea. I'm very proud to be Korean, and very grateful to have my freedom today and that couldn'twouldn't have been possible if it weren't for the total sacrifice of the American GI's.
Thank you...........Thankyou.........Thankyou!!!!

Keywords: Inchon, Korea



Entry: 35023
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Stephen Saucier wrote on June 22, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State: FPO AP

Unit: ATGWP

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: I am an active duty Chief Petty Officer in the Navy. I will NEVER forget the Korean War Veterans. You are my heros, one and all. Thank You for fighting and keeping me a free man. You are all the BEST!!

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Entry: 34496
Subject: KVETS

Chreryl Smith wrote on May 29, 2003


City and State: SARDIIA OH

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Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: MY SISTER AND I JUST LEFT OUR LOCAL AMERICAN LEGION POST 755, TO DROP OFF A TRIBUTE POSTER SHE HAD MADE FOR THE VETERNS. THE LEGION MEMBER WE TALKED TO WAS A KOREAN WAR VETERAN.HE MENTIONED THAT THEY HAD GONE THROUGH HELL OVER THERE AND THATS ALL THAT HE SAID ON THE SUBJECT SO I DECIDED TO COME HOME AND LOOK UP STUFF ON THE KOREAN WAR AND ENDED UP HERE. READING WHAT YOU HAD ON HERE ABOUT HEARTBREAK RIDGE WAS AN INSIGHT IN ITS SELF NOT TO MENTION THE OTHER THINGS THAT I READ HERE. I AM GLAD THAT I VISITED YOUR SITE,KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

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Entry: 34439
Subject: ELMER GEORGE KALLOS

Rose Picard wrote on May 27, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State: BOISE ID

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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I just wanted to share my memorial day with all of you... my dad died last year and he was a hero of the korean war conflict. Since he was cremated and I had no grave to visit, my children and I visited our local cemetary to pay respect to all of those who fought so we may be free. Somehow, I felt closer to my dad, visiting others graves.
It was a good way to explain things to my children and tell them about their grandpa.

Keywords: Elmer George Kallos or George Elmer Garman
1950-1952
don't know unit



Entry: 34436
Subject: THANKS

Marie Oxenford Hicks wrote on May 26, 2003

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City and State: FOLSOM PA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran - Korea

Comments: To all Korean war veterans just wanted to let you know you are not forgotten, My uncle Bill Oxnford was also a veteran of the kOREAN WAR, I would like to thank all of you for making our country what it is today,We have our freedmon because of you I would like to thank my uncle Bill and his best buddy William J, Huber who lost his life for our country, Thank you to each and every one of you and rest in peace to our fallen hero's GOD BLESS AMERICIA and thank you guy's Marie Oxenford Hicks

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Entry: 34125
Subject: THANK YOU FROM KOREA

Jung sik Yoon wrote on May 11, 2003


City and State: PLATTSBURGH NY

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Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Hello

I am a korean student who is studying in the U.S.A. I just found this web site from linked site. I sincerely appreciate to you to help my conuntry during the Korean war. By sacrificing nearly 60000 unit, you brought us liberty, so we could keep our democracy. Again,Thank you so much for your help. We will never forget it.

and one more.. special thanks to missionaries.

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Entry: 33735
Subject:

Betty Mcdonough wrote on April 21, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State: BURLINGTON MA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: thanks for your great web site. i as able to find information regarding a veteran from our home town for our files.

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Entry: 33445
Subject: ADOPTEE, THANKS VETS

Christy Ratliff wrote on April 6, 2003


City and State: LEXINGTON KY

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: I'm signing the guestbook to let all the wonderful servicemen that proudly served in the Korean War that I owe so much back to them for saving my homeland, and that is S. Korea.
I'm an adopted Korean orphan born in Ahnyong, and raised in a orphanage in Inchon, came to the states (MN) in '71 at the age of 7 yrs. old. I had a horrible upbringing, but the Lord brought me thru the hard storms and I thank Him for that. I am so deeply appreciatitive to all the ones that laid down their lives so I could have my freedom, and very saddened at the same time for all the ones that died while in combat.
I wish I could give all the Korean Veterans a big hug and a salute for all that they have done for S. Korea, for they are the true heroes in my book. Thank you so much for giving me a real life in the States, if it weren't for them, I wouldn't be where I am today and wouldn't have my beautiful children that God's blessed me with, a sincere thank you from the bottom of my heart! (bowing) You'll never be forgotten, their sacrifice will always be embedded deeply in my heart forever! God bless you all!
Christy Ratliff

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Entry: 32663
Subject:

Mary Lucas wrote on March 10, 2003


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Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My grandfather and several of his brothers
served in the korean war. it makes me happy
to see people reconize their bravery and skill.

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Entry: 31984
Subject: KOREAN YOUTH SEEKS PEN PALS

Seiryu Park wrote on February 13, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State: SANGJU

Unit: ALL KOREAN WAR VRTERANS

Service or Relationship: United Nations Veteran - Korea

Comments: this is south korea's young boy.
now i want to US's Korean War Veterans E-mail friends/ please help your korean young boy. i waithing for from your message.
and thank you very much for our Helo !!!

seiryu

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Entry: 31452
Subject:

Tom Rutherford wrote on January 22, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State: AR

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: I am really interested in any and all first hand accounts of what it was like to have served in Korea. My family served in WWI and WWII and Vietnam and many are serving today. However, I know of none who served during Korea. I am a military history enthusiast and retired from active duty military. I'm a 100% s/c disabled vet and this is how I spend my time. Thank you and take care. I would be extremely interested in hearing from any and all Korean War Veterans and especially those in or near central Arkansas.

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Entry: 31053
Subject: THANKS TO OUR VETS

Robby C. wrote on January 8, 2003

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Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: I just want to thank all those who fought and died to defend our great nation. I also want those who fought in the Korean was to know, that they haven't been forgotten by me and family. We have the utmost respect and gratitude for you all. I don't personally know anyone who had fought in the Korean war,but for all those that fought or were wonded or died in the "police action" Korean war my extreme thanks goes out to you all.

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Entry: 31031
Subject:

Carol Terborg wrote on January 7, 2003

Email Update Needed



City and State: YORK SC

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: Dear Hal,
This site is wonderful. My Dad was in the end WWII and I am in my mid 50,which means that I grew up with all of the war movies. My husband just missed the Vietman War, since we were married and expecting a child. However, I have always been drawn to the history of of WWII and Vietnam. I have watched so many movies and documentaries and have read so much, that now I am saturated. I did not know much of the Korean War, but can remember hearing bits and pieces while growing up.With all of what is going on in the news about North Korea and the build up of weapons, I started looking up info re: Korea and the DMZ, so that my 16 year old daughter could learn something about what was going on. After clicking onto your site, I was hooked. I was also in tears reading the accounts of the veterans.
Since I was a contemporary of the Vietnam war, I know how quick the American government as well as the people forget about the sacrifices our men made. Thank you for a soul stirring web site.
Carol

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Entry: 29157
Subject:

Virgil Johnson wrote on October 30, 2002

Email Update Needed



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Unit: MARINE DETACHEMENT - AM. EMBASSY, TAIPEI, TAIWAN

Service or Relationship: Marine Veteran - Korea

Comments: Just read "The Marines of Autumn" by James Brady. Would like to learn more about the history of the Korean War (I was 15 when the fighting stopped in 1953).

Keywords: Current Duty: Marine Detachement - Am. Embassy, Taipei, Taiwan



Entry: 28848
Subject: BACKGROUND FOR PLAY

Tara Steiner wrote on October 14, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: CHILLICOTHE OH

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Sorry I have yet another plea, I need to know if there are any women that have letters sent to then from their military sweethearts during the war. If so please send me a copy, we very much need them for our play. I am very much aware of the different books out about them, however we want some personal. They will be used in good taste i promise and if you wish your name does not have to be mention.
Thank you again,
Tara Steiner
Shawnee State University
Student

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Entry: 28824
Subject:

Tara Steiner wrote on October 13, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: CHILLICOTHE OH

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Hello again. I am still in search of some pictures from pre war days. I am working on a documentary theater production based on the war and it's brave men and women. War is a very dark thing and to liven things up a little we thought it would be good to show pictures of vets before the war. If you have any photos you wish to share please send them to me. WE are especially looking for the ones of vets and their ladies. Also any stories some of you wish to send would be great as well. Thank you so much for everything you have done thus far. You are all wonderful.
Thank you,
Tara Steiner
(Shawnee State University Student)

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Entry: 28513
Subject:

Tara Steiner wrote on September 28, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: CHILLICOTHE OH

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: I would like to start off by saying thank you to everyone who emailed me with your stories. Our show was a great success and without all of you, our documentary theater production would have never happened. A special thank you goes to Mr. John Cooper and Mr. Donald Mayville, you guys are wonderful I cannot thank you enough.
It was so appriciated that we were asked to do an encoure presentation at my university. This time around, however, we plan to make it even better. so again, This is my plee to all of you. We would like to hear even more of your stories and if at all possible Pictures of all of you G.I.s and your ladies. We want to make sure everyone is represented in this. So, anything you would like to share would be very much appriciated.
Thank you, God Bless You.
Tara Steiner
Student at Shawnee State University
"The Forgotten Ones"
Remembering the Korean War

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Entry: 27612
Subject:

Haley Koehling (McCalla) wrote on August 15, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I found myself crying reading some of the comments from these wonderful people. My fathered served with some of these men and often speaks of the trials and tribulations that they all endured together.

I'm honored to be in the company of such servants to their God and country. They may not have seen it as neither noble nor outstanding but for those of us who have now 1st hand seen the face of terrorism.....these men and women are not only heroes but true soldiers of God.

Thank you to all who were involved.

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Entry: 26307
Subject:

Chris Bailey wrote on June 17, 2002

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Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: i'm not too good with words, but i'd just like to say thanks to all vets of this and all wars faught, whatever the reason, you 'awnsered the call'. Ya'll earned our right to live in this great country....God bless you all.
chris bailey

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Entry: 26161
Subject: MY TREACHEROUS JOURNEY BY KYUNG SOON YUN

Kyung Soon Yun wrote on June 10, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: OLYMPIA WA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: My Treacherous Journey, serves as the fulfillment of a promise that I, Kyung Soon Yun, made to my dying mother as she lay on her death bed. It was my mother's dying wish for me, a mere ten years old, to raise my three year old baby brother and to keep a diary of my life struggles in the hopes of one day writing my life story. You can catch a glimpse about my autobiography at: http://www.treacherousjourney.com

Keywords: I was an eight year old girl when war broke out in Korea. I have just written my autobiography entitled, My Treacherous Journey by Kyung Soon Yun. I eventually married an American Soldier, and came to America. My husbands name was Walter Gabriel.



Entry: 25791
Subject:

Jason Brent wrote on May 27, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: GUILFORD CT

Unit: NOT SURE

Service or Relationship: Navy Veteran - Korea

Comments: God bless America and all men and women ,POW`s MIA or KIA who gave their lives in order for another mans freedom

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Entry: 25328
Subject: THANKS TO VETS

Raychelle Terry wrote on May 9, 2002

Email Update Needed



City and State: BRUSH PRAIRIE WA

Unit: _______________

Service or Relationship: -

Comments: I would like to thank all who served in the Korean War. Cause I feel that they/you guys have not been givin the real thank that you need. I would excepceally like to thank Sgt. Micklea J. Moores for his suport for helping out on the Twin Towers attack. But iam sad to say hes no longer with us in the world. Once more thank you very muc....

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Entry: 25171
Subject: AMERICAN LEGION SONS SQDN 71

James Mandro wrote on May 2, 2002

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City and State: WEST HAVEN CT

Unit: NOT INVOLVED,NOT BORN YET

Service or Relationship: Friend of Veteran

Comments: i am the commander of the sons of the
american legion squad. 71 in west haven,ct
and i would like to thank all of you for your
service to our great country.

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