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GuestGeorge Blanck
State & CountryFlorida - USA
MessageI was a member of the 707th AAA Gun Battalion from before the time it was activated Aug 1950 to Jun 1952 and after when it was deactivated. I lived in Philadelphia and would like to here from other members of that unit. I was in the HQ Btry.
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Posted8/25/2010 3:00:58 PM

GuestRobert Tate
State & CountryIndiana - USA
MessageHi Lynnitta, just making my usual visit to the site. Keep up the good work.
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Posted8/21/2010 9:46:23 AM

GuestLinwood Whichard
State & CountryNorth Carolina - USA
MessageI am trying to help my Dad find anyone from his Army unit. He was in Korea from 1950-1953. His first unit was in Kentucky the 101st Airborne. Then in Korea the 110 Replacement Battalion. He is in good health but is really wanting to reconnect with anyone that can. Thank you.
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Posted8/7/2010 9:32:35 PM

GuestBill Mann
State & CountryCalifornia - USA
MessageI served in the US Navy, 1951 thru 1954 aboard the USS Piedmont. So many stories of brave men who served during this time, I am compelled to respond to an American of Turkish descent who is concerned his nation isn't mentioned. I have personally spoken to USMC guards in Pusan, observed Turk soldiers in Sasebo and heard stories about them while healing in the Vallejo Naval hospital. They were warriors and the North koreans dreaded capture or battle with them. You can be proud of their contribution to the United nations war efforts in Korea.
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Posted8/6/2010 9:01:43 PM

Guest James Hay
State & CountryLouisiana - USA
MessageI continue to hope that all of our troops who were lost in the Korean War and prior and subsequent wars will all be returned home in the United States and May God Bless and rest their souls forever. I am deeply indebted to them one and all as well as eternally grateful for defending liberty, their country, and their fellow Americans. Rest in eternal peace.
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Posted8/4/2010 10:10:56 PM

GuestScott Bentz
State & CountryMissouri - USA
MessageGod Bless Our Troops.
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Posted7/29/2010 4:09:27 AM

GuestJames Sammarco
State & CountryNew York - USA
Messageserved with the first Marine Div. in Korea 1951-1953
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Posted7/10/2010 3:24:09 PM

GuestMelissa Rudd Sanford
State & CountryKentucky - USA
MessageMy father was one of the survivors of the Hill 303 massacre. This is the anniversary of the beginning of the Korean Conflict. I am so proud of him and of all those who served in Korea. He says it makes him happy to know that the children of Korea were able to go to school in a free South Korea.
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Posted6/27/2010 3:06:00 PM

GuestChris Vaia
State & CountryOutside US - South Korea
MessageHallelujah Regards to Dick and others providing this wonderful service. I have about 25 years in South Korea as a soldier and Department of Labor Job Trainer for transitioning military and helping Christian missionaries. We currently live in Seoul and have the pleasure of Chairing the Yongsan Retiree Council.
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Posted6/17/2010 12:09:53 AM

GuestJae Hyuk Chung
State & CountryOutside US - South Korea
MessageI appreciate American and other UN casualties who died and were wounded or attended in Korean War. Your sacrifices will last forever.
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Posted6/14/2010 4:38:40 AM

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