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GuestLori Booher
State & CountryFlorida - USA
MessageI want to thank Sgt Jack Larson for his contribution to this site I spoke with Sgt Larson back in 2010 and he was able to tell me what happened to my Uncle PFC Neustadt The closure he gave us was something we never thought we would have I am so greatful to him God bless all of the brave men and women who served this great country and those that continue to serve
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Posted5/20/2014 12:49:59 AM

GuestThomas Lucken
State & CountryIllinois - USA
MessageWas in Korea 83-84, 87-90, and 91-00.... Station at various camps and with time serve on the DMZ....
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Posted5/18/2014 8:41:33 AM

GuestHenry Fink
State & CountryNew Jersey - USA
MessageA very close friend (like a father) LLEWELLYN BOWDEN PASSED AWAY MAY 1st 2014. LOU WAS 83 years old and he was born in Newark nj .he also lived in toms river nj before retiring to the poconos PA. Lou was in the army and told me many stories about the battle of the Frozen Chosin.He will be missed.
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Posted5/6/2014 1:28:08 PM

GuestJean reed
State & CountryWashington - USA
MessageI'M LOOKING FOR ANYONE WHO KNEW MY GRANDFATHER ROBERT KATELHUT SR....HE PASSED AWAY IN 2006....HE WAS IN GEORGE 3/1 AND WAS IN THE CHOSIN FEW. I'M LOOKING FOR STORIES ABOUT HIM.
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Posted4/1/2014 9:14:35 PM

GuestPhil Collins
State & CountryMassachusetts - USA
MessageThanks for having this site. It is a wealth of information, and should be read by every school student in the U.S.
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Posted3/26/2014 5:57:05 PM

GuestDuane Goettsch
State & CountryIllinois - USA
MessageI graduated with Milton Keizer in 1949 and enlisted in the USMC in 1951. Spent a year in Korea with Engr Bn. Service Co. 1st Marine Div. Have since moved to Illinois after Honorable Discharge. Once a Marine always a Marine.
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Posted2/26/2014 4:17:05 PM

GuestJeannie Davidson
State & CountryPennsylvania - USA
MessageI am looking for information about my dad Bill Bloomer, or William Bloomer. He served in the Korean War with Charles Christian. That's all I can seem to find out. Mr. Christian had left a message on the buddy search a few years back, and unfortunately I didn't find it until today. I tried to email Mr. Christian, but the email came back undelivered. My father never talked about the war... ever. He passed away with all his stories. I would love to hear from someone that knew him. I'm thinking it must have been an awful experience for him to never want to share any of it. I am honored and proud to say my father was a veteran of the Korean War. I just wish I knew a little more about him in those days. If anyone could help me, i would so deeply appreciate it.
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Posted2/15/2014 11:09:49 PM

GuestDarla Stanley
State & CountryMissouri - USA
MessageI am looking for anyone who served with my grandfather, MSG Orren D. Wilhite, Sr. from Stilwell, Oklahoma.
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Posted1/20/2014 10:26:16 AM

GuestWilliam Mol
State & CountryTexas - USA
MessageA salute to the warriors who flew and fought in the mud and cold to stem the bully intruders from the north who tried to take something that was not theirs.
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Posted1/4/2014 12:36:39 PM

GuestFran Kottke
State & CountryMichigan - USA
MessageI recently read the article in the Korean War Educator concerning the crash of the Navy transport plane off the Kwajalein Island on Sept. 19, 1950. My father, Robert A. Harsh was aboard that plane. I want to thank Beverly Vancill and all those responsible for the memorial honoring the victims of that crash. I was not quite 3 years old when my father was killed and the details of his death were never made known to me, or to my sister, who was 6 months old. Now I know there is someplace I can go to see his name and know that he will be remembered. He served in the Navy during WW2 and returned to Michigan to complete his education. He played football for Adrian College and upon graduation, took a job as football coach in a small town in SE Michigan (Clinton). He coached and taught 1 year before being called to serve during the Korean War. He never made it to Korea and was killed soon after leaving Michigan. If there is anyone reading this that also lost a loved one aboard that plane, I would like to hear from you. Thank you.
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Posted12/31/2013 10:08:53 AM

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