Submitted by Name: Levi Kealy From: New South Whales E-mail: Contact
I am hoping to find any information, photos etc of my great grandfather Clement Roy Kealy.
Any help is greatly appreciated, Levi kealy
Added: December 24, 2016
Submitted by Name: Dianne Lovejoy From: Western Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Can anyone please tell me where the Korean War Honour Roll Quilt is located.....I saw it on display in Swan Hill, Victoria many years ago & would love to know where it's now... Thank you
Added: September 10, 2016
Submitted by Name: Steven Murphy From: Lawrence Massachusetts E-mail: Contact
Comments: My Dad served in Korea with the Marines 1/5 in the Nevada Cities of Carson, Reno and Vegas. He is now deceased since 2011. He was a very proud Marine and received the Purple Heart. I am very proud of him for his service in Korea and with the Marines.
Rest in Peace Dad,
Added: August 18, 2016
Submitted by Name: Grant Woodbridge From: Canberra Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi my father was at "the Hook" Wallace Alfred Woodbridge, 12th Platoon, D Company, 2nd Battalion, 2RAR, Service # 2401254 Enlistment Date, 17th March 1952 Korean Service, 23rd March 1953 – 30th December 1953. Discharge Date, 7th May 1954. Death, 31 Dec 1985. Canberra. There are a couple of pics of him on the Aust War Memorial site just search his name to see them. I am doing a framed plaque with pics he brought back and his 6 medals and found your site interesting. Cheers Grant Woodbridge.
Added: July 25, 2016
Submitted by Name: Shawn Ducette From: Massachusettes E-mail: Contact
Comments: My father passed away a few years back and I stumbled onto his book. The Gunner United States Air Force gunnery school lowry afb 1952 class (26)
I was fascinated by the stories on this website and it filled in a lot of blanks for me, Thank You
Added: July 12, 2016
Submitted by Name: Timothy Branco From: Maine E-mail: Contact
Comments: My grandfather is somehow listed as a casualty ( Arthur d Tavares sn 51004532) he lived a long life ( recently passed away at 87 in February) he should have earned a Purple Heart for being wounded instead the army lists him as KIA. I was glad I was able to figure out what infantry division he belonged to though! I'm wondering how can I get him his Purple Heart he deserves posthumously.
Added: July 11, 2016
Submitted by Name: Lydia Sayers From: Wytheville E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Brian Baird From: Suffolk, Virginia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello, in the list of KIA of Virginia, several soldiers have Elizabeth City listed as their home city. However in Virginia, there is no town or city named Elizabeth City, only Elizabeth City County. There IS an Elizabeth City in Northeast North Carolina, which is only 45 minutes south of the NC/Virginia State Line. I would suggest you research these to ensure that you have the correct place of birth.
Added: May 10, 2016
Submitted by Name: Doug Walker From: Adelaide South Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Photo Section 'An Aussie Op' 1 RAR Hill 159. 4th photo from left should read 'Doug (Jock) Walker'. Other three names are correct. Photo of Chinese Prisoner, same section. L/cpl D McCarthy was known by the nickname 'Black Jack'. Great site, brought back a lot of memories and mateship. Doug.