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GuestJeffrey Bayonne
State & CountryCalifornia - USA
MessageI want to thank Lynnita for telling me about my father's presence onboard the USS Benevolence when it sank in 1950 off the coast near our home in San Francisco. My father never spoke of this tradegy to us but we knew he didn't like large bodies of water Aubrey Heagler born 03 03 22, Gilmer, Texas died 03 07 2013 Sacramento, California. He was a man of honor and a great dad.
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Posted3/24/2013 4:35:54 PM

GuestR BRUCE WAREING
State & CountryOutside US - Colombia
MessageLYNNITA JEAN BROWN A BIG HELLO AND THANKS TO YOU AND ALL YOUR MEMBERS,STAFF ETC,
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Posted3/20/2013 8:09:10 AM

Guesttim williams
State & CountryAlabama - USA
MessageI would like to thank all our men who fought to give us our freedom
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Posted3/2/2013 7:41:22 AM

GuestRon Clarke
State & CountryDistrict of Columbia - USA
MessageHi my name is Ronald (Ron) Clarke. I served in the USAF as a Aero-Med Tech with the 801st Medical Air Evacuation Squaderon from June 1952 to August 1954. We worked closely with the MASH units in transporting wounded from closest Air Strip to the wounded, also picking up litter patients and ambulatory wounded. Usually 2 med techs and one flight nurse on board. We would take them to med hospitals all over Japan for stabillizatoin and then Med Air Evac back to States.
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Posted2/23/2013 11:14:30 PM

GuestMiguel Zamora
State & CountryTexas - USA
MessageI am trying to verify information in my service record pertaining to my service in Korea from May 1953 to July 1954 with the 45th Infantry Division.
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Posted2/21/2013 1:10:38 PM

GuestShirley Baldwin
State & CountryCalifornia - USA
MessageThank for the opportunity to review the heroism of my first cousin Corporal Raymond E. Pierce. His brother also served in the Marine Corp in Vietnam.
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Posted1/17/2013 7:12:07 PM

GuestJann Adams
State & CountryIdaho - USA
MessageI am looking for any information about my cousin, Capt. Robert W. Turnbull who died in a crash of an Air Force transport in Alaska on Nov. 22, 1952. The airplane was found in June 2012.
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Posted1/16/2013 12:10:17 AM

GuestPaul Guzman
State & CountryGeorgia - USA
MessageLooking for anyone who may have known a Moises Serrano, he left for Korea from Puerto Rico, but he is not sure what unit he was in, he was an Artillery Soldier.
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Posted1/2/2013 11:08:55 PM

GuestClaudia Mingin
State & CountryNew York - USA
MessageMy dad, Richard Cartwright is curious about his Army buddies. He was stationed at Fort Pickett, VA in 1950- 1952. He was sent to Atlanta for training and when he returned the base was empty and he was sent home. He wonders if the others were deployed to Korea. He says he was in the 981st Engineering Battalion. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
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Posted1/1/2013 6:25:35 PM

GuestTom Bell
State & CountryWashington - USA
MessageWould like to find Paul H. Lawler,Sgt.Easy Co.,9th Inf Regt ,2nd Platoon,2nd Inf.Div. who was wounded at the same time I was on Bloody Ridge August 1951 or any others who remember me.
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Posted12/15/2012 7:46:04 PM

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