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GuestOrville l Dean
State & CountryNebraska - USA
MessageI was a field wireman and switchboard operator, HQ Co 1 St Btn 17th Inf Regt 7th Div 1853.
Looking for the medic for our unit. I got slite shrapnel in my left wrist but wouldnt let him turn it in. I would like to find him now.
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Posted12/1/2008 10:47:47 PM

GuestLaura Kell
State & CountryFlorida - USA
MessageP.F.C. Ferdinand (Junior) DePappa JR. AGE19 at death. Trained in Ft. Riley, Kansas in 1949. Sent to korea Jan 20, 1950. Hospitalized on Aug 12, 1950 with malaria. Sent back to the front lines 5 days later and was klled the next day on Aug 18, 1950. It was during a dawn attack of the North Koreans.
He recieved the Silver Star for his gallantry and the Purple Heart.
I am looking for anyone who knew him either in training at Ft. Riley, Kansas or in active duty in Korea. I am his niece and was born 4 yrs. after his passing and never had the opportunity to meet him or thank him for my freedom. As a child gtowing up I allways felt a strange sort of connection to him.
I have two sons, one was born on his birth date and looks just like him and my other son was born on his death date.
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Posted11/26/2008 2:06:52 AM

GuestDon Strobel
State & CountryColorado - USA
MessageI was rifle Plt. Sgt. I Co. 5th RCT 24th Inf, Div. and was in Nomad-Polar Operation during Oct. to Dec. I have just become aware of the name of the operation and the information available at this web site.
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Posted11/21/2008 4:36:25 PM

GuestScott Magnus
State & CountryIllinois - USA
MessageMy Father-in-law fought on Old Baldy. Why do I know this? Because it took me about 6 years to finally get him to talk about it. He wrote his girl friend for his whole tour over there. She is now his wife of 50 yrs. A year ago his wife made a compilation of these letters into a book. WOW what a story, his name is LEROY HANKE. Salem, Illinois. If you know him drop me a line
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Posted11/20/2008 5:30:07 PM

GuestFred Maso
State & CountryPennsylvania - USA
MessageSERVED 1945 - merchant marines Sheepshead Bay boot camp, NY on SS John Howard Payne under Ship Master, OR Larson, departed from Alamdea, CA. 2nd - served US Coast Guard 1946-1947 Curtis Bay Boot Camp, MD. Foxglove - St Louis Fort Naval District under Captain Frank Weber Warrant Officer
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Posted11/18/2008 9:28:02 PM

GuestBreana Bade
State & CountryGeorgia - USA
MessageI read what you wrote about my grandfather Harold Bade, and how my dad, Richard Bade, served in the military. I married into military also. It's nice to see that my grandfather's life is written down somewhere.
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Posted11/17/2008 10:18:31 PM

GuestPaul Davos
State & CountryVirginia - USA
MessageServed with 560 FA Bn, Camp Polk, La, Hq, 8th FA Bn, 25th Inf Div, Korea 1952. Left unit July 31, 1952. At 279th Gen Hospital, Japan. Discharged Nov 1952 as S.Sgt. Would like to hear from anyone who may have known or crossed paths with me. Think your site is terrific!
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Posted11/17/2008 12:11:46 PM

GuestLyle Cate
State & CountryMichigan - USA
MessageLooking for anyone who served with the 45th TRS at Kimpo, Korea, 1954 - 1955. The 67th Tac Recon Wg will be having our 2009 reunion October 8 - 12, 2009, in Washington, DC. All units are welcome.
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Posted11/17/2008 11:12:46 AM

GuestCheryl Beamon
State & CountryNorth Carolina - USA
MessageI am currently doing a study of the patches and pins that my father, John Chester Beamon wore during the Korean War Conflict. I have found some info but I have one pin that I am curious about. I don't know if you can help with this by Christmas, but if there is something out there that I'm not aware of, please let me know. I've searched just about every web site. Thanks, Cheryl Beamon (Youngest Daughter)
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Posted11/16/2008 1:52:27 PM

GuestKenneth Burton
State & CountryIndiana - USA
MessageI was in Korea in all of 1966 until May 1967. I was a member Company C - 304th Signal battalion and 258th Signal company - 304th Signal Battalion. I was stationed at Camp Humphreys, Camp Baker, and Ascom. I have been investigating what happened to my old duty stations. This site has been a great help. I am amazed at how much the country has changed in the last 40 years. Sgt. Ken Burton
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Posted11/14/2008 3:01:19 AM

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