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GuestLinda Barney
State & CountryNevada - USA
MessageMy father died on Feb 2, 1953 David W Bolstad. I found him here on this website. I was born May 7, 1953 and you have touched me with a bit of his life. I did not know he was a medical tech. Social Security said he never existed when my mom was trying to get medicare, so I was just looking to see what I could find. God Bless you for this site.
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Posted9/21/2009 3:36:45 PM

Guestdonald carpenter
State & CountryPennsylvania - USA
Message24TH inf div 24TH recon co 1954 1955 dmz the last part of 1954 and to sep of 1955 cpt miller co some names boyd brown dunn rebar willams if anybody was there in that time fram 24th recon company was located north of imjim river in the dmz 1th village across the libey bridge munsan south of dmz
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Posted9/18/2009 9:04:21 PM

GuestTerry Arcemont
State & CountryNevada - USA
MessageHi, my name is Terry G. Arcemont Jr. son of SSG Terry Arcemont. I just want to correct that he was from Louisiana not Tennessee.
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Posted9/17/2009 3:03:54 PM

GuestLEO JOSEPH
State & CountryOutside US - Canada
MessageI am a Veteran of the Korean War. 3rd. Battalion The Royal Canadian Regiment. Our Battalion left Seattle Washington with 2900 American troops on March 1st 1953. that day I turned 19 years old. We went to Korea on The General CC Balou. It took us 21 days to get to Yokahama Japan. After the cease fire we became Peace Keepers for the remaider of the year. I worked on the KANSAS LINE at the DMZ. I am now 75 years old and am active in the Canadian KoreaVeterans Association.I feel very sorry for the Families of the all Men that lost their lives in Korea. We freed them from Communism and they have a better life now. Freedom is not Free. Leo.
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Posted9/16/2009 10:24:54 PM

GuestTammy Seguin
State & CountryFlorida - USA
MessageIm looking for anyone who served in Korea in 1953 to 1954 who worked with my dad Everett Wright, who worked on the 9th infantry div as a wire lineman (field artillery) plus he is looking for some old bodies John Short, Paul Talmant, and Heart wick that had served with him. if you know anyone please contact me. Thank you
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Posted9/13/2009 12:54:58 PM

GuestJames W Bolt [40 yards]
State & CountrySouth Carolina - USA
MessageGreat site just want to say thank you for all of your hard work on our behalf. I will check the site again soon.
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Posted9/12/2009 1:52:48 PM

GuestKeith Von Bargen
State & CountryNew York - USA
MessageLooking for information on my uncle (Sgt. Alphonse Schacherbauer) from Korean War. The only information i have is that he served with the 31st Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion.
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Posted9/8/2009 12:54:56 PM

GuestNick Frost
State & CountrySouth Dakota - USA
MessageMy dad, Robert Frost, served in the Korean War as a medic in the 45th surgical mobile hospital from 1952 to 1954, I believe. I would like to hear from anyone from this unit during that time.
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Posted9/6/2009 3:01:20 PM

GuestSgt Major (Ret) Edward Komac
State & CountryMinnesota - USA
MessageI'm looking for Robert T. Best. He was my 1st Sergeant when I was a young soldier stationed at Ft. Jay, NY. He was with the Americal Division during World War II and the 3rd Infantry Division during Korea. His home of record was Florida. He taught me a lot and if he's still alive I would like to thank him.
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Posted9/6/2009 1:03:59 PM

GuestJoseph Pinnell
State & CountryFlorida - USA
MessageLooking for anyone who knew my father, Harold L. Pinnell, who served with the 70th Heavy Tank battalion, out of Ft. Knox, serving in Korea. He was MIA, one of 41 soldiers of Company B who were killed or missing during the battles around Unsan in early November 1950. Or if you were with the 70th Heavy Tank Battalion during those battles, whether or not you knew my father. Thanks.
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Posted8/15/2009 2:15:25 PM

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