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GuestTirzah Snyder
State & CountryOklahoma - USA
MessageIm looking for my grandpa with the name I belive is Wesley Bass. I'm told he slept with a Korean woman during the war, but the pregnancy wasn't expected, so she put my dad up for adoption when he was just a baby. His foster parents moved him to America. My grandfather is an African American that's about all I know.
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Posted3/10/2011 6:57:32 PM

GuestDaniel Shaw
State & CountryFlorida - USA
MessageI am looking for anyone who might have known my father. Served in Korea 1951-52. Co. D, 84th Tnk BN, Div. Trains, 3d Arm Div., Fort Knox also was a Cryptographer. thanks
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Posted3/7/2011 9:03:48 AM

GuestBonnie Sousa Tigner
State & CountryArizona - USA
MessageI am looking for anyone who knew Dexter C Sousa, a Marine, born in 1930. His grandson, Van (13 yrs old), is looking for information, especially about his service at the Chosin Reservoir.
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Posted3/3/2011 8:48:21 PM

GuestAndy Robertson
State & CountryIndiana - USA
MessageLooking for members of the 329th Com Recon ASA, my father John Robertson was company clerk 52-53 and has been wondering about his old buddies, especially Lang and Howell.
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Posted2/27/2011 10:55:23 PM

GuestJennifer Haynes
State & CountryKansas - USA
MessageMy dad is Gerald Haynes and served in Korea in 1951-52 in Co.D 578 Engr. Const Bn. He recently began talking about his time in Korea and the men he served with while there and the stories are inspiring. He was a Sergeant in the Army. I am looking for any pictures that someone might have to share. My dad lost all of his photos and wishes he had them. I would appreciate any that someone has to pass along.
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Posted2/16/2011 11:53:25 AM

GuestDon Hayton
State & CountryNew York - USA
MessageI was in Korea from 52 to 53 at K1 and K9. I loaded bombs and ammo on B-26s, then was transferred to train pilots instruments. Have pic of K9 and K1.
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Posted2/16/2011 11:23:35 AM

GuestAllen P. Hile
State & CountryPennsylvania - USA
MessageMy father was Staff Sgt. Allen P. hile and was in the plane crash at Kimpo Korea in the Han river. I have conflicting stories about his role in the crash. Supposedly he was a crew member and assisted many passengers to get out of the burning plane. If any survivors are left that could contact me via email it would be greatly appreciated. Much thanks and blessings to all who served in Korea. Email below.
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Posted2/12/2011 8:39:10 AM

GuestMarianne Crosse
State & CountryColorado - USA
MessageI am looking anyone who might have known PFC Peter Tilhof. Served in 3rd Platoon, Company F, 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division. Killed in action. He was my mom's brother and I am interested in knowing a little about him.
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Posted2/8/2011 12:45:20 PM

GuestCathy Minett-Murphy
State & CountryIndiana - USA
MessageWould like to share many, many pictures that my father (Russell Minett) had from his time at Camp Lejeune, NC and in Korea (1952-1953). I have tons of pictures of the 11th Marine, Mike Battery, 4th Battalion, 1st Marine Div., with NO or very few names on the pictures. Would love to have help identifying these Marines. I would be happy to send copies to anyone.
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Posted2/3/2011 12:49:54 PM

GuestAnthony Williams
State & CountryMichigan - USA
MessageMy Dad was a Staff Sgt. in the USAF and was stationed in Hamburg Germany during the Korean War. His name was Marcell Walter Williams, He came from Morgantown, West Virginia and attended the University there. He died in November of 1989 the day before Thanksgiving and was living in Ft. Lauderdale, FLA when he passed away. I can be reached at the email address listed.
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Posted1/21/2011 5:13:58 PM

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