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GuestJoy Cornelius
State & CountryAlabama - USA
MessageI am hoping to fine anyone who may have known my father Guy Roberson (he was sometimes called Bill). He was from Alabama and served with the Marines in Korea. Please contact me if you need more information or have any information about him. My father passed away 6 years ago. Thank you.
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Posted2/23/2012 9:46:45 PM

GuestPHILIP DYNES
State & CountryOutside US - Ireland
MessageI am seeking some information on R C Chaplain Dan Rooney, who was attached to Easy Co under Lt Fernandez de la Regueras unit in 1952. Im hoping that somebody will remember this good man.. Wonderful site.
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Posted2/17/2012 9:53:23 AM

GuestJim Faley
State & CountryIllinois - USA
MessageMy Uncle Don Brown Was wounded in acton in Korea. The story he told me is that he was with a machine gun crew and was overrun by a Chinese mass charge. I would like to see if he was in the Battle of Chosen Reservoir or in another. My Uncle was from Sterling, Illinois and I believe in the Marine Corps.
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Posted2/13/2012 1:14:48 PM

Guestmike martin
State & CountryLouisiana - USA
MessageMy father served in the Korean War. I did not see his name on the list. His name is Francis Martin. Could you let me know if you can put it. Thanks, M. Martin
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Posted2/2/2012 10:53:48 AM

Guestphyllis vance
State & CountryVirginia - USA
MessageMy father, HAROLD C.LONG, was on the USS QUINCY in battle 360. I dont know his rank or dog tag number. He was born in Covington, Va February1926. He said he was in the ocean at Japan when they dropped the bomb. It is something he would never talk of. He passed away in September 2000. If there is a way I can find some info on him, it would ease my heart. I know he served with a guy named VanLandingham, last name. Thank you for any help you can furnish. My thanks, Phyllis Jean Vance
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Posted2/1/2012 9:46:26 PM

GuestMerel Pollard
State & CountryArizona - USA
MessageIf there is anyone out there that was a member of Charlie Company, 1st Batt, 5th Marines, 1st Marine Division -Tangku, China in 1947 and was involved in the Chinese Communist attack on the American (ASP) near Hsin Ho, I would like to hear from them. I was there.
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Posted1/29/2012 4:36:27 PM

GuestRalph Oliver
State & CountryArizona - USA
MessageI was a year out of high school when the Korean War began in 1950 and I joined the Army for 3 years. After combat engineer training at Ft. Belvoir, VA, I was sent directly to C Co., 10th Engr Cmbt Bn, 65th RCT, 3rd Inf Div. Eleven months later I was at Ft. Bliss, TX in a counter-intel undercover job, monitoring activities in secret guided missile tests. At end of enlistment, I used GI Bill to attend college, then graduate school, and made a lifetime career as an archaeologist, specializing in Native American material culture in the SW U.S.A. Without the Korean War and the GI Bill, I might have continued a career in pipeline construction
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Posted1/24/2012 3:59:02 PM

GuestJessica Benedum
State & CountryWest Virginia - USA
MessageMy Grandfather was Paul Hazelwood. He was part of George Company, 31st infantry, 2nd battalion. Anyone having information about that division or who may have remembered him or served with him please contact me. He helped bring an African American man who had died from the front line and he has been wanting to find out who that is.
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Posted1/21/2012 9:37:32 PM

GuestCarmelo Rodriguez
State & CountryNew York - USA
MessageI thank you for keeping up the fire (memories) of those before and after me. B Co. 1st Bn 31st Inf (m) Camp Liberty Bell DMZ 75-76 and Camp Hovey 1st 38th Inf 78-79..Only God and those who served there really know...
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Posted1/20/2012 7:19:50 PM

Guestduane schulte
State & CountryCalifornia - USA
MessageI would like to find out more about my father serving as a flight engineer in a bomber in the Air Force in the Korean War. He was shot down and was in a camp for awhile. His name is Donald W. Schulte, born in 1928. He is from Spring Grove, Minn.
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Posted1/10/2012 9:26:54 PM

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