Best on the Net - N to O
- National Association of Fleet Tug Sailors
The NAFTS site is dedicated to sailors and crewmen on tugs, towing, tugging, and salvage and diving ships. The
site contains sea stories, ships links, and many ships pictures. There is also a list of tug and salvage ships
links. Korean War vessels are listed here.
- National Security Agency’s Korean War Commemoration
On this website you will learn about the National Security Agency’s involvement in the Korean War, including:
SIGINT background and SIGINT and the Pusan Perimeter. See also redacted documents: a general essay on the
Korean War by Dr. Thomas R. Johnson and the cryptologic background to the Chinese intervention in the war.
Also on this site viewers can read about Pfc Jay Robert Stoner, a member of the 304th Communications
Reconnaissance Battalion, who was KIA at Kumsong, Korea, 16 days prior to the truce signing.
- Naval Historical Center
See the excellent "Wars & Conflicts of the U.S. Navy" on this web site for information about the Navy during
the Korean War. The section "US Navy Ships Sunk and Damaged in Action during the Korean Conflict" lists the
ships, what happened to them, how many were killed and wounded, and the date of the incident.
- Naval Institute (US) – Free Korean War Materials
A great site to download a free Korean War 50th anniversary screen saver, free Interactive Korean War
Timeline, and free Korean War 50th anniversary desktop wallpaper.
- Navy Corpsman
History of USNHC, poetry, buddy search, links, and news about Navy corpsmen.
- Navy Corpsman
The U.S. Navy’s Bureau of Medicine & Surgery Korean War Multimedia Project
A project to capture the experiences of Korean War hospital corpsmen through images and music.
- Navy Corpsman
Hospital Corps Pledge, the Caduceus, Hospital Ships, Geneva Convention & Hospital Corpsman, History of the
Hospital Corps, Links to Navy Medicine Sites, etc.
- Navy Corpsman During Wartime
Brief history of Navy Corpsman in Korea, photos of HM3 James Edward Smith and HMC John Marquez Jr. (both KIA
in Korea), and list of Corpsmen who received the Medal of Honor.
- Navy – History of US Naval
The entire text of a book about naval operations in Korea, written by James A. Field, Jr.
- Navy Medicine Medal
of Honor Recipients
A list of Navy MOH recipients by name. Clicking on the name will bring up the text of the MOH citation.
- New York Military Affairs Symposium
A wealth of military information, including the full text of the Changjin Journal and a Korean War timeline.
- New Zealand Artillery in the
Brief history, photo gallery, New Zealanders KIA in Korea, information about 162 and 163 battery, Hill 159,
Hill 355, the Hook, Kapyong, etc.
- New Zealand’s 16 Field Regiment
Composition, commanders and leaders, brief history of the 16th Field Regiment.
- New Zealander Remembers: "The Foo
Recalls Operation Fauna"
Memoirs of John Salmon, a Forward Observation Officer with B Co., 1 Btn, Royal Australian Regiment in Korea
10-11 December 1952.
Newseum: Journalists George Herman & Max Desfor in Korea
Hear their voices! George Herman was a CBS correspondent in Korea. Read his memoirs, "Killing the Story in
Korea," "In Korea, Heroes in the Press Corps", and "Tears in the MASH unit in Korea." Desfor was a
Pulitzer-prize winning photographer in Korea.
- Ninetieth 90th) Bomb Squadron - See 731st Bomb Squadron
- The 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Wing Association website at
http://www.91stsrwa.com features history of the group, links, a photo archives, reunions, and TAPS (which
lists the names of 91st Korean War losses).
- Ninety-second (92FAB)Armored Field Artillery http://www.92ndafa.homestead.com/index.html
The official website for the 92nd Armored Field Artillery - Korea (Red Devil Battalion). Includes
association officers, photos, past reunions, quartermaster, rosters, 92nd song, citations, memories, war maps,
and much, much more. Jim Settlemire is the webmaster of this 1950-54 website in memory of the 92nd.
- Ninety-eighth (98) Bomb Wing, Korea,
A page from the 98th Bomb Group Veterans Association official website. Photos and more.
- Ninth Regiment – Korea 1950-53
Photos, Music of the Time, info about the 9 Regiment.
- Noonday Able
Created by a veteran of Able battery of the 176th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, this website is an
overview of William A. Stimson’s time in Korea (September 1950-1951). Worth the visit due to photographs and a
very heartfelt finale page.
**North Korean-related websites
- DPRKorea InfoBank
InfoBank provides current information about North Korea, and has articles about some aspects of Korean
history. For instance, the site mentions alleged US germ warfare in Korea, and talks about Nogun-ri.
- Global Beat
This section of Global Beat provides a number of articles that are currently making the news in North Korea.
Of interest to American veterans will be the articles about US/North Korean relations.
- North Korea after Kim Il Sung
A Congressional Research Service Report for Congress. Topics: US interests in Korea, succession and stability,
role of Kim Jong Il, military loyalty, economic issues, foreign policy issues, etc.
- North Korean Artillery
Artillery systems known to be in the North Korean inventory.
- Once More into
An eleven-part series about the Korean War from the 1998 West Point Alumni magazine. The series is authored by
Bill McWilliams, whose contact information appears on the site.
- Outpost Harry Survivors Association
Members’ story pages, officers, Outpost Harry Forum, photographs, links, newsletters, and more – all related
to the siege of Outpost Harry that took place in 1953. An excellent website about one of the bloodiest battles
in Korean War history.