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GuestFred Phillips
State & CountryTennessee - USA
MessageLooking for anyone that served with Hq7Hq co 21st inf regt in Korea 1956-1957
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Posted12/25/2011 1:03:46 PM

GuestDoug Brinley
State & CountryWashington - USA
MessageMy father-in-law, Sgt. James Hanford Smith, 3rd Div, 15th Reg, 3rd BN, K Company, 2nd Pl. on the line 3 Apr 1953, survivor of OP Harry 5-10 Jun, and OP Suicide 24-27 Jul 1953, Combat Infantryman. I would appreciate any contacts, esp K Co. veterans of the Outpost War. I am deeply grateful to KWE and those who served for their efforts to educate. Thank you.
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Posted12/23/2011 11:52:38 PM

GuestLowell Finnegan
State & CountryMichigan - USA
MessageLooking for anyone who I served with during 1953-1955 you can contact me through my daughter as I dont have a computer.
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Posted12/18/2011 9:30:26 AM

GuestRichard Oropeza
State & CountryCalifornia - USA
MessageMy dad Corporal Lionel Oropeza from Los Angeles, CA was with KCOMZ in Korea 1952. He was a Lineman and climbed telephone poles setting up for the Cablemen to attach the cable to the telephone lines. He went to basic and comm school at Camp San Luis Obispo, CA. When he returned from Korea he mustered out at a Repo-Depot in Pittsburg, CA.
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Posted12/7/2011 9:44:44 PM

Guestthomas tucker
State & CountryAlabama - USA
MessageNeed info on Andy Hans from Homewood AL. USMC KIA Korea 1950-51 classmate.
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Posted11/24/2011 12:39:12 PM

GuestAnn Jasek
State & CountryIndiana - USA
MessageThis is a great site and I wish my husband had lived to see it, he passed away in 2005. He was in some heavy history fighting but never talked about it. I helped him fill out a history before he died. HE APPRECIATED THE MEMORIALS IN Washington even though he only saw pictures of it. His name was Thaddeus (Ted or Zeke) Jasek from Chicago Ill. My son Mark (An Air Force Vet of many years) found the site and sent it to me. Our kids are getting a very weak history background in American History. Thanks again. A Jasek
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Posted11/21/2011 8:03:35 PM

GuestTammy Cardwell
State & CountryOhio - USA
MessageThis is a great site. I have gained a lot of resource info. from here and research data. My Uncle, William Foster Lahrmer, was killed 16 October, 1952, at the Battle of Triangle Hill, North Korea. If there are any survivors of this battle, I would appreciate corresponding with you regarding the battle. Am working on a book about my uncle and seeking closure for a very close-knit family of 12 siblings.
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Posted10/26/2011 9:42:55 AM

Guestlillian barton
State & CountryOklahoma - USA
MessageI am trying to find anyone who served in South Korea in 1951.The combat area was called Ripper.the name of my father was William Berg Jr.
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Posted10/24/2011 5:53:57 PM

GuestBRIAN ACKERET
State & CountryIndiana - USA
MessageMy father is PFC Harry G. Ackeret Jr. He is a Korean War Silver Star recipient. We are from Seymour Indiana. I am very proud of my father. He was the eldest of 9 kids and went to fight for his country at age 17. After arriving in KOREA he met another soldier PFC Floyd Acton, also from Seymour, Indiana. My father and Floyd became very close with both of them being from the same home town.They were fighting together and during a very bloody and heavy attack they became separated and my father could hear Floyd calling his name. My father tried to reach him but was unable to despite trying his best. Floyd was never heard from again and listed as MIA. My father still has nightmares of the event. GOD BLESS ALL OF THE SOLDIERS OF THE KOREAN WAR. ALL GAVE SOME AND SOME GAVE ALL. GOD BLESS
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Posted10/20/2011 8:06:31 PM

GuestJohn Skillman
State & CountryIllinois - USA
MessageI found your site after going through my fathers slides of Korea and Japan during his service in the Air Force. My dad (2nd Lt. John Skillman USAFR) served with the 17th Bomb Wing (L) at Pusan East (K-9) and Miho Japan. I have color slides I hope to share if the site or individuals are interested, please contact me.
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Posted10/20/2011 10:01:57 AM

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