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Guestmarlene walker (keller)
State & CountryCalifornia - USA
MessageI was hoping to hear some information regarding the man I was to marry, MSgt Charles W. Anthony - lst Cav - 7th Div killed in action on 11-28-50. Tony was from Thomaston, Georgia.
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Posted9/14/2008 3:53:08 PM

GuestUMUNNA EGOBIA umunnaegobia@yahoo.com
State & CountryOutside US - Benin
MessageThis site is good. Keep the good work.
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Posted9/14/2008 10:11:43 AM

GuestJason Wilkerson
State & CountryKentucky - USA
MessageI'm trying to figure out any information I can about my grandfather Lawrence P. Edlin. He was awarded the Silver Star in the Korean War but will not talk about it at all. The only reason I know is because my grandmother has snuck and showed me the paperwork. He recently gave me his dog tags but said nothing. My son is now asking me questions but I have no information for him. Any help I could get would be appreciated.
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Posted9/9/2008 9:26:06 PM

GuestSandy Wright
State & CountryVermont - USA
MessageI am looking for any information out there that anyone can give me in regards to my dad, Ray Taylor, Sr. He fought in the Korean War approximately 1951-1954. If anyone ever knew of him, please let me know. He died at a young age (58). He lived in Vermont and Maine for quite some time. My parents divorced and he remarried and moved to Maine.
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Posted9/6/2008 1:16:17 PM

GuestDavid Leggett
State & CountryArkansas - USA
MessageLooking for anyone that knew my dad Willam Bill Leggett Hq Co 2nd Bn 279 Infantry. Would like info on where and what he did in the war. Thank You.
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Posted9/3/2008 10:44:31 PM

GuestStewart Sizemore
State & CountryWisconsin - United States Minor Outlying Islands
MessageI served with the 34th and 19th Regiments, 24th Infantry Division from '48 to '51. Went to Korea July 1950 and left there in Aug 1951. Was in L Company and D Company, 34th and Hq Co 3rd Battalion 19th Infantry.
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Posted9/3/2008 6:46:04 PM

Guestmichael kim evanson
State & CountryWashington - USA
MessageLooking for a man who served in Kwangju, Korea in 1972-1975. My mother's name is Kim il Soon. I used to call him Pop. I was that little blonde Korean boy and now I am living in United States and want to thank him for taking care of us. I can't recall his name but i do remember him being a wonderful person and kind. He took us to the base and fed us and showed us movies. I would like to thank him personally if i can. I am an Amerasian and proud of it.
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Posted9/3/2008 5:05:40 PM

GuestYvonne Bouters
State & CountryColorado - USA
MessageI was amazed when I read the message from the ungreatful daughter. I am the daughter of a Korean War vet, and for anyone to say that it was not a big deal is very under educated on this war. Now tell my Father this as he tries to sleep being woke up with the nightmares. This was normal in our home until the day he died in 1984. This was as real a war to him and anyone else to lived this. As real as any other War or Police Action as some like to call it. It was a War! My heart goes out to all who fought in any war, and the families. As my son goes off to Iraq, I pray that he is not met with the same reception upon his return as the ungrateful daughter. She should thank all that lost their lives, as they gave her the chance to say those ungreatful things. The very greatful Daughter of a United States Marine, and Korean War Vet.
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Posted9/2/2008 2:26:51 PM

GuestGilbert (Jerry) Oppen
State & CountryWashington - USA
MessageI served in the Eighth Army 24th Anti-Aircraft Artillery BN. Battery "A", the last active battery of M-1 90 mm guns in 1952 until the cease fire July 1953. Reenlisted and transferred to 753 AAA gun BN. Battery "C" Misawa AB Japan. I would like to hear from some that served in these units in that time period.
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Posted9/2/2008 12:45:28 PM

GuestWILLIAM CURTIS TWIFORD
State & CountryVirginia - USA
MessageI SERVED IN THE KOREAN WAR FROM 9-16-1950 TIL 11-12-1950 THE DAY I GOT WOUNDED IN MY LEFT KNEE, RIGHT SHOULDER, AND LEFT SIDE OF MY FACE AT CHOSIN RESERVOIR. MY STATE NOW IS I AM STILL ALIVE AFTER 3 HEART ATTACKS AND 2 STROKES. MY BIRTHDAY WAS THIS PAST MONDAY 8-25-2008 AT 79 YEARS OF AGE. SGT. TWIFORD, WM. C. U.S.M.C. MEDICALE RETIRED W/ 100%
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Posted8/30/2008 4:42:23 PM

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