8:13pm 12-07-2019
Ray Massarelli
I was stationed at ASCOM , HQ & HQ - CDPD for 8 months than half of CDPD was moved to Camp Henry in Tague. I spent another 7 months at camp Henry. Korea May 1965 to August 1966.
Took the troop transport ship USS Gordon to Inchon then flew Northwest orient back to the states. Fort Lewis , SETAC
From Bayonne New Jersey, Basic training at Fort Dix, NJ 1964-1965
7:54pm 12-07-2019
Jerry Polson
I was at the 335th Maint. Bn From 1966-67. I was a radio repairman 31E20. Our compound was close to the stockade. Haven't seen much information on this compound. The 335th maint. did just about any kind of maint.
10:53pm 11-22-2019
Bernie Court
I was at Camp Red Cloud, Hdqtrs. Co., with the 51st Signal Battalion-
from 1959-60, We had our own quonset hut which was part sleeping quarters and part work-shop area. The group was small and we were direction finders, trained at ASA school at Ft. Devens.. Our leader was a E-5 sergeant and the rest of us were Spc. 5's. We pretty much planned our own assignments before we went to the field and the duty was pretty good. When I got ready to leave they were building a new mess hall.

Your picture work was well appreciated and they brought back a few memories. From your photos of the present times, I would never recognize the area.

I came across your photos when I was planning on ordering a 51st Sig
Bn cap on Amazon.

Thanks for sharing your photos and info and I am sure I speak for many vets who have also enjoyed your site.
6:18pm 11-22-2019
Herschel (Ed) Warman
I was assigned to Hq. & Hq. Co. in November 1960 as a PFC where I was a Staff Writer for the weekly 7TH Infantry Division "BAYONET" Newspaper until March 1961 at which time I was transferred to north to Camp Kaiser.

There, I functioned as what amounted to the Camp Kaiser Bureau Chief of the "BAYONET" Newspaper Until I rotated back to the U.S. in February 1962. My Korean tour was extended for 60 days due to the Berlin Wall Crisis.

I produced several articles about events soldiers and units, that were published in the Bayonet, Pacific Stars & Stripes and the Army Times newspapers. A couple of feature stories were were even picked up by the wire services and published in the U.S. and Europe.

There many occasions during my stay at Camp Kaiser when we went on Red Alert until North Korean Army Infiltrators that had crossed the DMZ were captured by U.S. Army, Thai Army Turkish Army and/or ROK units.
11:28pm 11-21-2019
Ron Feldstein
thanks for the 5.5 of DX-telnet. Im was using 5.1, sure like it
8:54am 11-19-2019
Kim Pil-jae
I live in Uijeongbu. I worked in Yongsan as a KATUSA MP(55th MP Co.). Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your hard work. Without the U.S. military, there would be no Republic of S. Korea today. Let's go together! I wish you the best luck! (From Retired SGT. Kim Pil-jae)
9:21am 11-16-2019
lester demay
thank you Jonathan A Hodgdon. I was in C.Company 17tran battalion from Aug. 62 .until June 63 moved to Camp Kaiser. my apc at Casey was #14. thank again for your time. My time in Korea was an experence
5:37pm 11-13-2019
Jonathan A. Hodgdon
I worked long and hard to recreate the the two pictures at the head of your page.They were scanned from my yearbook from my tour at camp Casey 1962-1963 with the 17th Trans Battalion. I am so happy that you used them. I now winter in Florida where I was able to finds hats with the 7th Infantry hourglass logo, and a U.S.Army transportation theme. I am a past member of the 7th Infantry Division and have wonderful memories of my time in Korea. Thank you for keeping the web page alive.
1:03pm 11-11-2019
George Reischling
"To those who have fought for it, Life has a flavor that the protected will never know!" Happy Veterans Day! Courage on the Mountain-
3:14pm 11-05-2019
Edd Duprey
Stationed at Camp Casey from May 1965 until July 1966. I played the trumpet in the band and also drove an Isuzu bus to most of the other camps near the DMZ, wherever the band was booked. I can't tell you how many times I drove through the Chinese Tunnel on the back road to Camp Kaiser.
7:14pm 10-28-2019
Mike Powers
I served at Camp Colburn from Jan. 70 until a April 71 Spec 5 in the H Q survey section. Still like Korean food and very often swear in Korean.
10:48am 10-24-2019
Kevin W. Harney
I was stationed at Camp Casey 1972-1973, assinged to the 2nd S&T Bn A CO. The BN was located behind the airfield. My MOS was 13B but because I had truck driving experiance was assinged to the S&T Bn, drove a 5 ton tractor hauling fuel from the railhead which was just north of the ROC compound to the Fuel depot which was north of that. There was a pipeline that went from the railhead to the fuel depot but couldnt use it because the Koreans had so many taps on it that if we ran 5000 gal from the railhead only about 4000 gal made it to the depot.
1:43pm 10-20-2019
Dave Cleary
I was stationed at Delta battery 2nd 71st ADA Camp Hill Korea 1973-1974 as a 16D10. Korea... I will never forget.
2:01pm 09-16-2019
I was stationed in Rothwesten as a drafted Spec, 4 Radio Teletype Operator in the 319 ASA Battalion from January 1971 until August 1971 when we moved the whole Battalion to Augsburg and turned Rothwesten over to the Germans (our NATO Allies). Nice to read the history of the place. The current photos as an abandoned base are hard to look at. But there are some good photos of the base as I remember it of the swimming pool, the old main guard house that I used to watch as a Unit Policeman, and the old Dusseldorfer Hof. Thanks.
3:40pm 09-12-2019
Richard Hernandez Jr
I was stationed in Camp Kaiser, Korea, from 1959 to 1961 as a
MD Army Capitain.
Trying to get my honorable discharged documents from the archives in St. Louis and I have been told they burned and can't find my information.
Does anyone have an idea how to retrive this information?
Tried for years now w/o success.
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