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2:00pm 01-14-2019
richard godfrey
retired army.served years in Asia; married my "yobo" & had 45 wonderful years. served two tours in Korea.
great site, thanx.
1:59pm 01-12-2019
Elman Becker
Hi- I served in the 6th Battalion 12th artilary at Camp ST Barbara. I was a message center clerk at Battalion headquarters for half of my tour and a Redeye missile gunner the last half. Walked the DMZ on patrol. I was at the camp all of 1969 and part of 1970. I would like to here from anyone who served during that time. Some of the people I remember (names) are: Henry Stecdman, Steve Hylton, Wes Meyer, McShane, Rick Morgan and Richard Lehn. I also found many more of you that served at the time in my 1969-70 annual. My email is elman49@arvig.net, address 49781 Royal Pine RD, Perham, MN 56573 and cell number 218-298-0501.
5:51pm 01-08-2019
Kenneth R Wells
I used to have lots of pictures from Camp St. Barbara but don't know what happened to them. I was a pll clerk in the motor pool which was closer to the gate. My sergeant was Jerry Stackhouse. There was a mechanic with the last name of Nowling. I had a Korean driver named Sgt. Moo and we would pick up parts about once a week for the motor pool . He seemed to take a lot of short cuts off the main road and once we turned our three quarter ton truck over. Fortunately he spotted a ROK troop and summoned help getting it back on the road. We were lucky that there wasn't any apparent damage. The pll clerk before me was a black guy named Miller from the Detroit area. My tour there was from Jan 1968 - April 1969. I had been in small arms infantry at Fort Ord California but ended up in a motor pool in Camp Santa Barbara in an Artillery unit. I suspect that the North Korea capture of the US Pueblo may have led to more infantry being diverted and I was one of the lucky ones.
10:20pm 01-05-2019
Edwin Parpart
Arrived Korea Jan of 67 was in Aug 10th 1967 ambush on DMZ fence. 16 wounded & 4 K I A. April 21st of 1968 I was wounded in ambush hit several times. Had some N Korean KIA's for proof. Released from Army hospital at Fort Riley in Feb. of 69. Volunteer on Mondays at Madison V A hospital. Have computer will talk. 2nd 32st Polar Bears PRO PATRIA CAMP CASEY Imjin Scouts 1967..
8:57pm 01-01-2019
Rick Benson (Sgt)
2d Administration Company, Division Finance, (DISCOM) 2d Infantry Division.
Camps Ross, Howze and Casey. Two consecutive tours: 2Jul69-10Jul71
1:16pm 12-27-2018
richard godfrey
arrived korea jan 1971; 2d inf div. first at campsnow w/ 1/12 arty honest john as xo/s3. turned over camp to roka & trained 1stb HJ bn roka; during which time we were at a former asa compound (beaumont?). commanded the 12th during this time. with 2d divarty at camp stanley. subsequent tour 1974-1979 with HJ at chun chon; turned unit over to roka. then as cdr rear area center at taegu.
6:11pm 12-17-2018
Thomas McCarley
Arrived in Korea about 8/15/57, departed about 11/01/58. Assigned to the 304th Sig. Bn, Camp Coiner as a member of a radio relay team using
An-Trc-24 radio relay sets. Spent some time at K-6 and a month on a mountain called Madison Site.
2:44am 12-16-2018
Ben Rilk
598th TC, stationed at Ingrandes, France from Nov 62 to Nov 63 when the 598th was transferred to Kassel, Germany. I spent the next two years in Kassel, and returned to the states at the end of December 65. After a few years I reenlisted in the Army Reserve {Petroleum Supply}, and in 78, I switched to the National Guard (Military Intelligence). With the MI I spent a lot of time in Germany again. I stayed in the MI until my retirement in 2000.
7:20pm 12-01-2018
Sp/4. Morris
UI was assigned Hq Co, Survey section. March 68 and stayed until June of 68 when ,as assigned as access personel, I and perhaps two duce and a halfs worth of men , were transfered to the 7th ID .
I do remember a Sargent Gutierrez , and two sargents 1 e7 and 1 e6.
2 sp5,s... Smitt and Hanson.
One night a patrol in the yamas North of us,a man had broken his leg.The flare ignited a goodly fire in the mountian. Old , badly out of shape , Sargent Gutierrez (40 -42), was ordered by the CO to lead a detail to fight the fire. He must have pissed off the CO and this was his punishment.
I aslo remember the wonderful mess hall with the baked goods every day.
The barracks were made of brick and had forced air heating and I think air conditioning.

I aslo remember a tall Black man in the same survey section, last name Banks, who saved me one night from leting loose my rage on a guy named Beck, who had challenged me to a fight.
Poor Mr. Beck was severly beaten and would have recieved more, had it not been for Bank's very wise intervention. Thus saving me from a possible court .martial.
Although some excess personnel stay on, the next day I was called out of formation and I was choosen for reassignment.
My self , I went to the 2/8 artillery assigned to the liaison section,eventually to accompany the Division's FO to all of our battalion's fire missions ( into all the ranges ) and he called missions for other battalions as well.
3:48pm 11-25-2018
Schneider
I was assigned to the generator shop, C Company Camp Kaiser, until it closed in1970.
Then Casey, and all over the place 1971.
9:11pm 11-24-2018
WARREN M E-5
camp saint Barbara charlie company best by test on the mountain 1966-1968
2nd battalion 76 arty. looking for anyone who stayed in the hooch marked FDC/ Special Weapons. Bill Cook Jr. Bill Murry anyone out there.
5:48pm 11-05-2018
SFC Darwin Maring US
1sr Cav 15th Avn Company, Camp Staton 1962/3
First Mohawk maintenance team in Korea.
TDY to Yoedo Island in the middle of the river south of Soul.

This is the best site of old Korea I have seen.
Many thanks for your time and dedication to making this possible.
8:44am 11-04-2018
K.E. PATTERSON
WHO WAS K.E.PATTERSON, POITIERS, FRANCE. YEARS 1956 TO 1958 ?
2:52am 10-27-2018
Bruce Ballentine
I served at Camp Colbern from Jan. '68 to Feb. "69. First as Co. A XO's driver, then in the post office. Drove into Seoul everyday to get the mail. Great duty! Can't believe it was 50 years ago. The photos look nothing like it was in '68. Amazing to see a freeway tollbooth there now. There were only narrow 1-1/2 lane roads back in the day. Great fun in a jeep, though.
11:45am 10-20-2018
Suzette “Sgt D”
I was stationed at Camp Colbern 89-90. Loved that area. Hiking the mountain and running in the ville. 36L was my MOS. What memories this brings back. Probably one of the best years of my military career. Delizia was my married name at the time. But have my maiden name back “Teall”.
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