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Enjoying the site very much. My mother's first cousins Marion "tynce" (short for tinesy, later known as "Rusty";) Lee DeShong, is the Marine in the extreme upper righthand corner of the famous David Douglas Duncan photo of 1st Div. He was later a pipeline welder, contractor and commercial fisherman in Alaska. He retired to Dothan, GA near some of his old war buddies. He passed away a few years ago and is buried in Miller, OK, next to his mother, Ruth Deshong Machler. He was my hero.

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Enjoyed your posts about Korea. I was at Camp Kaiser just below the DMZ 58-1959. Returned in 2002 quite a culture shock.

Added: December 29, 2018
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Raakasans,Greatest Paratroopers in AMERICA,,GOD BLESS ALL<<<<<<<<<<<<

Added: November 9, 2018
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Thank you to all who have, or are serving in Korea, and to the authors of this Korean War history. I served in (69-70) with the 6146th AF Advisory Group (AFAG). My duty station was Hq ROKAF, Seoul, Korea. Our quarters were at Camp Corner by Yongsan. I was a Communications-Electronics advisor which included maintenance. logistics, plans & programs, and training. I traveled extensively in Korea supporting the ROKAF Aircraft Control & Warning (AC&W) System . Besides the ROKAF radar stations, this included the ROKAF school at Taejon, the equipment depot at Taegu, and the 30th AC&W Wing at Osan. I also worked directly with the 4 person AFAG teams at each ROKAF AC&W station. I traveled in the DMZ area from the West to East coasts aboard ground vehicles, and C-46, C-47, and chopper aircraft. I also worked closely with the 8th US Army (Seoul), Hq PACAF (Hawaii), 5th AF (Japan), 314th Air Division (Osan), and 2146th AF Communications Group-AFCS (Osan).

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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

Added: February 20, 2018
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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.


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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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