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Thank you very much for your services and bravery my uncle Pedro A . Delgado.kia on dec 1 1950.your awesome uncle.. :o :o

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This site was bought to my attention just recently by my younger brother, and I would like to thank both him and all those who compile this history. I am myself a Vietnam Vet and served in country as a Navy Clearance Diver CDT3 with the US navy EOD and UDT SEALS. George Bullock was my Uncle and although I was only 5 at the time of his death I remember My fathers Grief when the family received the telegram.

Thank You once again for your efforts. ;)


Added: February 19, 2018
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MY DAD Cpl Kenneth J Sander was assigned to T-Bone hill he was a soldier 9th would anybody have any pictures of T-Bone hill. His duty was to retrieve injured and the dead he was hit twice by snipers and morter fire he was paralyzed from the waist down he did his training in Fort Bragg and Fort Roberts upon leaving to korea in 1950 he was wounded 1953 somebody stole his uniform bronze star wallet and watch at the va hospital at letterman hospital in san Francisco have been trying to get his bronze star for the past several years army won't give me the time or day I need help please he is no longer with us he died in 2009 Thank you and all who served. Steve Sander

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I would like to contact someone who can put my fatherís name by a picture on this site.

Added: December 11, 2017
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I first would like to thank you for your sacrifice in this bloody and forgotten war.
Acting in a reinacment association in France, to try to share the history of our French Forces that were sent in Korea, I respect a lot the ork you did here and back there.
I am reading your site since a good time now, and i recently started to list the weapons and equipment used in Korea. I also thank you for the help your website is providing me.


Added: October 14, 2017
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your site is wonderful. Looking for a map or location of Hill 907 in the Korean War. Can anyone help me. Thanks

Added: October 10, 2017
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Thank you for your great website!

My Great Uncle, Corporal Kevin Joseph Cooper 51482 2nd Battalion RAR, Lost his life the day before Armistice Day in Korea.

Thank you for putting together this website. It has been a wonderful resource for learning about the Korean war and what the Veterans went through.


Added: July 11, 2017
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Hi,
My late uncle Edward (Neddy) O'Flynn rtr Korea .Worked later in Ford Dagenham .Any info would be appreciated.
One of 3 brothers who served .My dad D Day on Sword ,Bernard ,Irish Guards .Anything please on Edward I would appreciate it.
Nice site .Thanks ,John O'Flynn.


Added: June 12, 2017
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I'm working on a third edition of "The John Tubinis File: 101st Airborne, Camp Breckinridge, 1948-1953." Look for it on Amazon.com.

A chapter entitled "Beyond Breckinridge" features where the men served following basic training. One of the veterans that trained with my dad was part of the 187th RCT. He has shared memories of rioting aftermath on Koje-do Island.

Would it be possible to use the summary on your website in my book?

Thank you.


Added: June 9, 2017
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Thank you for a very informative site and for your service, Retired USAF

Added: February 10, 2017
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