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GuestBruce Alan Niles
State & CountryNorth Carolina - USA
MessageI was in 45 div did patrol duty on and off road between 180 rgt and 2 Bn some foot patrol some with jeep did some demo work with land mines when we found some my patrols consisted of me a Cpl and one Roc PFC was in Korea 13 months and 1 day from 15 Sep 52
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Posted2/3/2015 7:28:56 AM

GuestAmy Groat
State & CountryWashington - USA
MessageI am looking for information on a man named of William C. Bobo who served in the 62nd Engineering Battalion in Korea from 1951-1953. He was a PFC. He was born in Arkansas, lived in Boise, Idaho and passed away in California in 1956.
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Posted1/28/2015 8:03:10 PM

GuestT.A. Fazzini
State & CountryOhio - USA
MessageTo date the total of US MIAs from the Korean War is 7,860, of which the DOD estimates 3,067 to 3,828 are still in North Korea. On March 21, 2012 this Administration suspended talks with North Korea over reparation of MIAs in North Korea. On October 2014 the North Koreans announced that they would move 5,000 MIAs en masse. You can help by writing to your Congressman to get the talks with North Korea started again so our lost sons and daughters can come home to the USA.
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Posted1/18/2015 12:18:08 PM

GuestPhil Strahm
State & CountryOhio - USA
MessageMy uncle Jack (John Lee) Ehrat served in Korea with the Ohio National Guard during the Korean War. I remember Jack saying that he was a cook. I think he may have been attached to the Ohio 37th Infantry Division. Unfortunately, Jack died in late 1985 and I can find no official records of his service. I have been told that many Ohio National Guard records were destroyed in a fire sometime in the 1960s. If anyone can provide me any information about my uncle Jack, or his service I would be very thankful.
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Posted1/7/2015 2:34:23 PM

GuestRichard Oldham
State & CountryPennsylvania - USA
MessageBobby Herron.or Robert Herron who lived in Ohio and shipped over to Bremerhavon Germany in late 1955 and buddied with Dick Oldham and a guy named Kidd , please e-mail me as shown below or call me at 913 825 0931.
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Posted12/10/2014 1:27:07 PM

GuestClarence Jake Jacobs
State & CountryFlorida - USA
MessageI entered the service in JULY 1953 and of course was in during the war or Korean conflct they call it. i went to Japan in early 1954 and was assigned to the ASA Army Security Agency in KYOTO Japan. The most beautiful city I have ever seen. But that didnt last long. I was then moved to Formosa it was at that time. It's now Taiwan. i left Taiwan in 1956 and returned to the best country on earth, the good old USA. Thanks Uncle Sam, but please not again.
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Posted11/22/2014 8:13:04 PM

GuestKaren Hirstein
State & CountryIllinois - USA
MessageMy brother John H. Garvin was killed in action July 31, 1950, he left for Japan in 1949 my mother was pregnant with me, my brother never knew he had a little sister, I have tried to find photos of my brother as no one seems to have many i would love to hear the story and if anyone has pictures I would love to have copies please contact me.
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Posted11/11/2014 7:55:41 AM

GuestJil Elizabeth Lopez
State & CountryMinnesota - USA
MessageMy dad was in the Korean War. He was US Marine Corps Sgt Ralph Eugene Polski. I wish I had a photo of him.
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Posted11/9/2014 9:32:20 PM

GuestNicholas Sakelarios
State & CountryCalifornia - USA
MessageLove this site
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Posted11/5/2014 10:12:48 AM

GuestJohn Sauter
State & CountryWisconsin - USA
MessageAs a living historian or in other words a WWII reenactor, it has always amazed me that while the public knows about WWII and Viet Nam, no one knows about the first limited war of the post WWII era. I would like to start telling the people about the sacrifices that my cousin and others went through in a war that was forgotten by the public.
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Posted10/31/2014 9:45:55 AM

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