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3:59am 10-20-2017
I served:
1971-72 Act Sgt- Cp Casey D 2/61 ADA
1974-76 SSG - Cp Casey to Cp Mosier C 2/61 ADA
1992-93 1SG - Cp Hovey B 2/61 ADA
174.56.93.88
9:22pm 10-08-2017
I was the csm of the 304th signal battalion, had co.B at wonju. I will send dates of my assignment as CSM, asap.
70.196.13.190
2:27am 09-10-2017
Stationed at Camp Kaiser Feb. '68 to May '69 2nd Batallion 17th Mech Inf Headquarters Co. Mortar Platoon. I was designated driver for track 57.
My memory of moving out of the camp to build a phase line of bunkers, and having to use Agent Orangeon the weeds where we were digging,before the engineers came in to pour the cement forms to make the bunkers.
If any one remembers those two times we were made to leave the camp and live in the field for 3 to 4 months at a time. We only came back to camp 'cause it got to cold to dig in the damn ed frozen ground.
97.90.199.173
1:12pm 07-30-2017
Looking for anyone in SVC Btry, 2nd/76, St barbara Aug,69, Aug,70. Thanks for your efforts to keep this site open. Enjoyed the memories.
107.185.61.243
3:00am 07-28-2017
It took me back in time
73.140.82.200
11:43pm 07-02-2017
still looking for anybody in korea in 1964 that was with the 13th qm at camp baker in yong dong po. also looking for anybody with c company 802nd engineers near camp long outsde wonju.
also spent time at sea range on the yellow sea. saw alot in one year.
24.120.251.146
10:54pm 06-21-2017
I visited CP Stanley in many occasions during 1976-1977 while stationed at Camp Billy Mosier with B Co 2/61 ADA behind Camp Red Cloud (CRC). Great times & great memories. There is the 2nd ID Association, INC which you can reach at P.O. Box#371, Olivia NC 28368-0371 for all past & present 2 ID Warriors. God bless to all my brothers who proudly served on The Land of the Morning Calm. Second To None is correct.
108.88.96.39
4:45pm 06-20-2017
I was stationed at Camp Humphreys - 306 Trans from June 1970 to July 1971. They say that you either love it or hated it in Korea -- I love it. I was what you called a village rat. I remember having many fun times going out to Happy Mountain via the rice patties paths, sometimes getting so wasted we could hardly walk back. Made some really good friendships. I few months back one of them contacted me through face book, it was great to hear from him. I tried to find some of the other that I served with but haven't had much luck finding anyone yet. Maybe this forum will help.
156.99.174.131
3:16pm 06-20-2017
I was stationed at Co C Camp Colbern Korea Feb 1984 to Feb 1985 and Iam looking for members of this Camp at those times my rooom mates Spc 4 Robinson California, Spec 4 Levensailor Timothy Upstate New York, and also Spec 4 Jackson Jackson Mississippi,,, buddies Pfc Collins Ohio, Pfc Woods New York , and others this is Pfc Medrano Corsicana Texas remember our bs code Mermer mermer lmbo brothers ,,,
66.87.96.206
8:30am 06-19-2017
Jesse Venable
I was stationed from 2003-2005 at Camp Stanley and loved *almost* every minute of it. It always brings a smile to my face looking at pictures and thinking of all the memories.
143.115.155.57
8:22pm 06-05-2017
I served on Stanly 78 and 79 1-15 field artillery .things have changed... also camp essayon 74 and 75 6and 37 field artillery wish you had pictures.
108.239.19.200
7:04pm 05-29-2017
Camp Stanley 1973 to 1974. A battery 1/15 field artillery. Was captain driver for captain Powers and captain Rice. We had a great team became Honor battery we all work hard and play hard. Enjoyed the DMZ at for Papa one
50.185.193.88
8:10am 05-19-2017
Stationed there Aug. 1965 to Aug. 1966. A great experience.
65.34.202.40
12:56pm 05-06-2017
Scott Dykstra
I arrived at camp Ames about 2 months after that problem in the area happened. Reference the post before mine. I recall folks talking about it,glad I wasn't there when it happened. I would've feared for my life ,the whole time I was there. I am looking for some guys I knew there,if you know these guys I would like to hear from you. Sgt. Bob wright worked in the motor pool. Spc 5 Royce Burrows. Whittaker ,I only recall his last name worked in the motor pool. Mickey Alcorn. Left the army, shortly after I got there.
Douglass Stevenson , the Chaplain. Many memories of those days I spent in South Korea. My phone number is. 606 367 1909. God bless
173.80.225.51
11:03am 03-15-2017
I have found so many interesting thing in your blog and I really love that. Keep up the good work!
39.46.38.32
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