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Guestrick m
State & CountryVirginia - USA
MessageI am very inspired by your story you are one of the original marines going through old school boot camp which must have been very rigorous thank you
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Posted5/13/2010 9:10:12 PM

GuestPatty Kim
State & CountryGeorgia - USA
MessageI was born on Jan 15 1967 to Sue Nyon Kim and a black Army soldier in Incheon Korea. My father was was killed but had a best friend that kept in contact with me until we lost contact when I was 5. Fred Robinson adopted me. Anyone remembers my mom, please contact me.
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Posted5/11/2010 7:45:48 AM

GuestBill McGeorge
State & CountryKansas - USA
MessageI joined the army in January 1951. Sent to Camp Atterbury for basic training with Co. B 110th Inf 28th Div. Went to Germany in November 1951. Transferred to 371st A.I.B. in Fuerth Germany in October 1951. Discharged at Fort Knox on 12-31-53.
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Posted5/9/2010 6:19:34 PM

GuestBonnie Maurer
State & CountryIllinois - USA
MessageMy father was a Marine that was wounded in Action. Kenneth J. Landert.
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Posted5/5/2010 6:43:45 PM

GuestRobert T. Granillo
State & CountryArizona - United States Minor Outlying Islands
MessageI am looking for anyone that served with my uncle Pvt. Martin L. Granillo. He served with HQ and HQ Battery of the 82 AAA Battlion 2ND Inf. Div. He was captured on Dec. 1st, 1950 around KUNURI along the Yalu River. He was in the camp called Death Valley where he died on Feb. 20th, 1951. I would appreciate any information on him.
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Posted5/4/2010 8:48:16 PM

GuestWilliam McMahon
State & CountryNew York - USA
MessageMy dad Bill (William) was in first bat first charlie company. He is looking for people that served with him.
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Posted5/4/2010 6:01:08 PM

Guestgary miller
State & CountryColorado - USA
Message My father went to Camp Ripley in 1950 1951, 24th Division. Does anyone know Sgt Ronal R. Miller? Looking for pictures and any old-time stories.
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Posted5/2/2010 8:41:38 PM

GuestDavid Herring
State & CountryTexas - USA
MessageSFC Korea 1952. Iron Triangle. 79th Engrs US Army. Great website. Do you plan to publish anything? Early this century I reunited with my CO and we put together some of what we did. I will edit it and submit. Do you plan to publish anything?
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Posted4/29/2010 9:22:42 PM

GuestSam Bollinger
State & CountryArkansas - USA
MessageMy dad served in Korea and was in the 3rd platoon, Able Company that climbed the wall at inchon and eventually took the Kempo airfield. If anyone has any photos or knows others that served at that time would you please contact me. My dad was a sergeant over the 3rd platoon.
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Posted4/25/2010 7:31:14 PM

GuestAugustin Romero
State & CountryCalifornia - USA
MessageI served in korea 1951-52 and i think this is great that we vets and our families can seek information.
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Posted4/23/2010 4:27:24 AM

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