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GuestJames W. Bolt
State & CountrySouth Carolina - USA
MessageJust checking in. This is a great site. I will return to check it out. I love the format. Keep up the good work. To Lynnita: thanks, loved the writing of the memoir. Took away most of the bad dreams. 40 Yards
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Posted8/29/2008 2:34:57 PM

GuestDawn Davis
State & CountryOregon - USA
MessageLooking to find any info on my dad and uncle. Their names were Delbert E. Fulgham and Lyle Fulgham. Both have passed on but I am still trying to learn more about these two amazing men. I believe my uncle received a medal but I am not sure for which battle.
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Posted8/27/2008 3:49:06 PM

GuestChuck Kellerman
State & CountryMissouri - USA
MessageI was in Osaka, Japan 1948 with the 25th Division, 27th Infantry, Wolfhounds, 1st Battation, Dog Company, 81mm Mortars. Went to Korea July 12, 1950. Was in Korea 11 Months. I was discharged as an SFC. Never went back in the Army. Worked on the same Job for 35 years and now I am enjoying retirement. Thank you for this Korean War Educator. It is a nice site.
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Posted8/23/2008 9:14:59 PM

GuestIrwin Patch, Jr
State & CountryTexas - USA
MessageThe (A) and (B) notations in the casualty list of Naval Academy graduates pertain to the Class of 1948. Those with (A) graduated in 1947 and those with (B) graduated in 1948.
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Posted8/23/2008 3:12:55 PM

GuestOren Walls
State & CountryKentucky - USA
MessageLooking for anyone who served with my father. He was a Class III Ready MCR in the 5th MCR District. He served in 1952 and 1953. He is still living but all of his Marine Contact information was stolen in the early 70s. I would really like to make a connection with anyone he served with.
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Posted8/21/2008 11:41:53 PM

Guestlorraine hosch waguespack
State & CountryLouisiana - USA
MessageI AM THE SISTER OF CLARENCE GERALD HOSCH. HE WAS IN THE NAVY AND A BOXER. I WAS JUST A BABY WHEN HE WENT TO WAR IN KOREA AND LOST HIS LIFE THERE.
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Posted8/21/2008 10:24:58 PM

GuestGilbert Prince
State & CountryAlabama - USA
MessageServed in Battery B 690th FA Batttalion from late October 1952 thru January 1955. According to the personnel in the unit, the unit was activated from New Bern, NC in late 1951. Interested in contacting anyone who served with the Battalion in Crailsheim, Germany. I am retired US Army.
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Posted8/21/2008 2:51:39 PM

GuestNatalie Wright
State & CountryOregon - USA
MessageCaptain Jack Clarence Langston was my grandpa. MIA 05/17/52. My mom was only seven years old when he died. I would like to find out more about his years in the Air Force/unit/family. God bless!
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Posted8/19/2008 1:51:59 PM

GuestCrystal Proper
State & CountryNebraska - USA
MessageLooking for anyone who served with Jack W. Crawford in the 8226 Army unit. He's my grandpa. I want to make a shadow box for him but he kept nothing from his time in the service. Want to know if his unit had any special patches, awards and decs, etc. Thanks!
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Posted8/18/2008 2:34:59 PM

GuestJim Doppelhammer
State & CountryIllinois - USA
MessageWelcome to the NEW Korean War Educator Guestbook...
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Posted8/17/2008 4:37:56 PM

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