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Guestsylvia hernandez
State & CountryOhio - USA
MessageI am looking for information on my uncle Cpl Manuel Martinez. He was a medic with the 5th Calvary Regiment 1st Calvary Division. He was killed in action while tending to his wounded comrades in South Korea on May 30, 1951. He was awarded numerous medals. Some of his paperwork says MIA and KIA. If anyone remembers him or knows what really happened, even stories or pics, please contact me. Thank you.
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Posted1/16/2009 3:37:39 AM

GuestLt Joseph E Marlett
State & CountryMissouri - USA
MessageI still remember the brave men and women who died for our country during the Korean War. My old outfit was the 25th Division, 27th Wolfhound Regt, Company B. I want to thank all of the vets for doing an outstanding job for not only Korea but present day vets also. I was in Korea in 1950 through 1952.
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Posted1/15/2009 4:46:56 PM

Guestsylvia hernandez
State & CountryOhio - USA
MessageIf anyone remembers my uncle Cpl Manuel Martinez from Texas. He was killed in action while tending his wounded comrades in South Korea on May 30, 1951. He was a medic. He was in the 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division. If you remember him and have any stories or pictures i would love to hear from you. Thank you.
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Posted1/13/2009 2:16:51 AM

GuestED ATKINS
State & CountryIllinois - USA
MessageI WAS WITH THE 3rd BOMB GROUP 3310th MEDICAL SQ. FROM AUG 1950-TO-SEPT 1951. I WAS 18 YRS. OLD THEN AND IT WAS A REAL LEARNING EXPERENCE, SOME GOOD, SOME VERY BAD.
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Posted1/5/2009 8:19:09 PM

GuestJoe Paul Blevins
State & CountryAlabama - USA
MessageI was wondering if anyone was there with my grand-dad. Any information would help. Thanks JP
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Posted1/3/2009 9:16:38 PM

GuestHarry K. Engle
State & CountryWisconsin - USA
Message My father Harry F. Engle a Korean War Veteran airbourne died in Schulsburg Wi. in 1996 .Estranged from my family in 1963 I had often wondered where he was. a neighbor told me of his death and my wife and I attended his funeral.
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Posted12/30/2008 11:28:18 PM

GuestRobert Lane
State & CountryVirginia - USA
MessageI was with the 3rd Quartermaster Co in Korea from Nov 1950 to Dec 1951
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Posted12/28/2008 9:12:24 PM

GuestLinda Carll
State & CountryFlorida - USA
MessageThis is to my dad, Staff Sargent Joseph Dickerson from Georgia.
He was in the U.S Air Force and adopted me in Okinawa in 1960. He served in Korea and had his big toes frozen off from the fox hole. He was also shot in the thigh.
Rest in PEACE Dad. 1930-1997 Your Daughter, I miss you.
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Posted12/4/2008 8:58:58 AM

GuestSandra Todd
State & CountryTexas - USA
MessageMy father was in the Korean War. He was with a MASH unit but I do not know which one. He worked in the pharmacy or medicine dept.
I am trying to find out more about his history in Korea. I have lots of pictures. Can anyone tell me where to search for information. He also was in WWII.
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Posted12/2/2008 7:20:40 PM

GuestCarl Fismer
State & CountryFlorida - USA
MessageI do volunteer work on board the American Victory. Please come and visit us.
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Posted12/2/2008 5:17:34 PM

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