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GuestCinde Thayer-Iacovacci
State & CountryVirginia - USA
MessageMy dad then Pvt Charles E Thayer was at Chosin 1950-51. Oldest bro 2ndLt George E Thayer also in Korea. Dad was Mar 7th Reg. Have official photos of brothers, one of Daddy with 2 buddies making bread in C-rat cans, looking like gangsters not Marines. would love to hear from anyone who remembers either one. Both from Nebraska City, NE, ended up at ElToro. Daddy became Navigator, Lead Nav by the time I came along in 1956. He went by Charlie.
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Posted1/18/2016 7:22:27 PM

GuestKarl Koch
State & CountryNebraska - USA
MessageThis message is for the family and survivors of the March 20 1989 HMM 363 crash near Pohang, South Korea I want my fellow Devil Dogs and the family of the fallen to know some information which you all may not be aware of. For a bit of background, I was part of the Squadron which lost one of our CH46 3 days prior HMM 161. We were part of a combined unit stationed aboard the USS Belleau Wood, which happen to be one of the hospital ships for the task force. Many of the wounded were medivaced to us. There were Marines who medical staff told us were not going to make it. Those Marines were in a triage area off of the flight deck. One of the crew chiefs from the CH 53 squadron attached to us heard the prognosis. He sat with those Marines and held their hands and other Marines joined in. We did not let these Marines die alone. A brother was with each one which we had power to be with.
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Posted1/16/2016 10:14:43 PM

GuestTaeGyun Lee
State & CountryOutside US - South Korea
MessageHello, This is TaeGyun Lee, Documentary film Producer assistance in KFN. I am very thanks much for the sacrifice of veterans. I am now making a documentary film about Jangsa landing operation. Jangsa landing operation happened on September 14, 1950. At that time Korean student soldiers went to the east coast aboard LST-120 (Munsan-ho). That's why i am posting a message this site. If you have some photos about LST-120(Munsan-ho), Please Email me. Thank you for your reading.
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Posted1/8/2016 1:37:01 AM

Guestmichael eastment
State & CountryOutside US - United Kingdom
MessageHi there. My father was in the Korean War and I would love to have some information as he died when I was young (but he did not die in the war). So please, any info I would love to receive. Many thanks. My father's name was JOHN EASTMENT.
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Posted12/21/2015 10:39:58 AM

GuestMamie Lilley Olmsted
State & CountryTexas - USA
MessageThey said my father, Earl Allen Lilley, served in the Korea War. I remember seeing his old army book a few times, but he never would talk about it. Not sure if my father's middle name spelling is correct or not. Thank you for your time and all you do. God bless all our Vets,
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Posted12/4/2015 6:29:48 PM

GuestSam Meyer
State & CountryTexas - USA
MessageDr Phil Deaver was my Uncle and Godfather. He and Aunt Althea were incredible people and contributors to their community.
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Posted12/2/2015 1:47:18 PM

GuestDonald Tellez
State & CountryCalifornia - USA
MessageServed in the Korean War from 1950-1952 with 40th Division with the 160th Medical Company . Would like to be contacted with any information you can provide for Reunions or general Info. Thank you.
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Posted12/1/2015 8:19:47 PM

GuestLen Ware
State & CountryArkansas - USA
MessageMy uncle, Gerald L. Perry, was killed at Heartbreak Ridge. He had only been in the Army for 7 months.
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Posted11/16/2015 2:02:53 PM

GuestDonald G. Clark
State & CountryFlorida - USA
MessageI was in Co. B 19th Inf. Reg. 2th Inf. Div. June 1951 to July 1952. I would like to hear from anyone remembering me, or for any information concerning my outfit. Originally from Shelby, Ohio . Moved to Bradenton, Fl. 1984.
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Posted10/24/2015 11:18:37 PM

GuestMichelle levers
State & CountryNew York - USA
MessageLooking for Ny info on John P. Bouvier (Jack) navy
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Posted9/30/2015 11:18:38 AM

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