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11:16pm 07-02-2014
HQ. CO. 1/31 INF. RECON 1967-68
184.157.217.152
12:08am 06-23-2014
Dear Bruce,
My name is Bongjoo Kim and I am very excited with your job.I have been eager to see the US GI's camp during 1951 to 1990 for a long time
and I found your site by chance yesterday.I spent the weekend seeing the precious pictures which leaded me to those old memories.
I was born in Incheon city in 1950. After Incheon Landing by Gen Macathur,there wer so many US army camps by the coast and we could meet US soldiers very easily.I learned English conversation from US soldiers in 1967.In 1971, I enlisted ROK army and met a aviation mechanics of  JUSMAG,who adopted me as his son later.
I love your country and American GI who served for Korean peace and prosperity far from home.
When I heard a news of Casey Kasem' death,I was so sad because he also served in Korea 1952.Of course I enjoyed his American Top 40 through AFKN.
I am now a president of ERA PM Service Co.,Ltd,a company of property management.Beside my business,I work for Korea- America Frendship Society as a director. They have held KAF night two times a year since 1990 and the first night will be June 26 ..
You said that to keep this site,donation is required.Why not? I willing to donate the expenses for running this precious and amazing site.Please let me know the way I can do.
I am looking forward to your earliest answer. Thank you for your efforts
and May God bless you forever!!!!.
                          Sincerely yours  Bongjoo Kim

115.90.188.182
12:42am 06-22-2014
Hi i'm looking for guys that were in the 97th TC I was there from  jan 1959 til jan 1961 I see a lot of guys from the 11th  headquarters and croix chapaeu I went on a couple of nodex's I was in an accident on my last one a Frenchman plowed into my Jeep and put me in the hospital at crox chapeau I was flown there by a small plane that was just outside our barracs back then it was filled with sheep on the field I would appreceate any help on this
68.228.252.234
12:01pm 06-08-2014
SFC BRETT Iwas in 598 TC Oct 1 1966 t9 April 2 1968. Drove truck 598-29.Russ Martin was my name, nickname (jackKool) Drop A few lines to me or landline 8159856268
184.21.183.191
7:43pm 06-07-2014
I was in 598 from 1 Oct. 1966 to April 2 1968. Callme 815 985 6268
184.21.183.191
7:40pm 06-04-2014
I was stationed at Rotherwesten in Feb 1960 to Jun 1963. Was a ditty bopper = 058, later they changed MOS to 05H & more changes came after leaving. I lived off post at 33 Sybel Str 1st apartment, then moved more out in the country, then later gov housing on post. I was on Dog Trick most of the time & last on Able Trick before departing. There are 2 pix of the gov housing we lived in at edge of antenna field. Purchased a 1962 VW export model Beetle before leaving. I am a ham operator KA9QWC. Also there was a ham station on top floor of our 184th ASA barracks.
67.236.78.6
5:06pm 06-03-2014
Bruce I was in Korea Camp Santa Barbara 66 and 67 are you still interested in photos of the surrounding Camp and village areas I think your site is great.I was at A battery 1st tab 25th artillery como.any of my buddies that were there at that time give me a buzz or rather an email thanks , I.Leon .  Ps the Bc was Capt. Ketterer then Lt. Morris
162.237.17.110
12:34am 05-27-2014
Bruce: I was a 2LT with the 77th in the summer of 58.  I can't recall where the motor pool was.  Was it near Jeumont Caserne?
72.235.18.243
6:59am 05-26-2014
My father was stationed in Kassel at Wilson Barracks in 1952. Does anybody have information on the units  in Wilson Baracks or know somebody who served there? I am doing some genealogy research and would appreciate any info!
77.8.89.64
12:57am 05-26-2014
I served five tours of duty in Korea during the1989-2005 time frame. The first three tours were in 2ID so these pictures bring back a lot of fond memories. I loved the people and the countryside. Pete
209.99.48.186
12:23am 05-16-2014
Camp Kaiser HQ group 2nd recon 10th Cav. from April 60 to May 61.
Looking for people that were stationed at the same place at the same time.
Camp Jackson 8th NCO Academy from 1977 to 1978
184.5.205.255
10:44am 05-03-2014
I served in Korea, 1958-59. I was assigned to the 7th. Admin. (repo depot) Co. Camp Casey...  Met a lot great guys there.  Also served in Germany in 1962-64, in Kelly Barracks, Stuttgart, and TDY to Barton Barracks (210th Arty), Ansbach.  I wish all you guys and girls that I had the honor to serve with, nothing but the best. Bob Manini
50.32.215.95
10:28am 04-28-2014
3/81st Arty, Camp Colbern  Aug 1965- Sep 1966
174.20.3.183
12:34pm 04-26-2014
Dear Richards

I am a Korean political scientist, who is interested in U.S. bases in Korea. Especially the change of barracks(from tent-quonset hut etc). I am emailing you to ask if I can reproduce some photos in you webpage for my research.  It will be written in Korean. Could you genersouly share your precious photos for academic purpose.

Could you reply me back please. I leave my email address.  
Best regards,
Mk Kim
124.5.122.57
5:47pm 04-21-2014
My first tour of duty was at Camp Humpheys from 66-68. Went to the 582nd Trans. Co. in Sandhofen, Germany. Was stationed next store to "OCS" Old Coleman Stockade. Landed in Germany the day that Bobby Kennedy died.  From there to Chu Lai, Vietnam with D Troop 1/1 Cav from 69-72.  "DDAP" If You Ain't Cav You Ain'T S__it"!!!
76.14.133.208
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