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9:41pm 02-21-2018
burnis rasnake
I was at camp st. Barber 1962--1963 76arty m_8 track driver glad to have been there
11:01pm 02-20-2018
Mary Valentine
Really am enjoying all these amazing photos! Thank you so much for posting them. I have been just pouring over them with rapt interest!

I have 4 older brothers who were in the Navy during the Vietnam war. All saw active duty, one participated in rescue missions of downed pilots (information I only pulled out of him within the last few years. He's pretty tight mouthed about his experiences in general.) Anyway, again, thanks for creating this mind-blowing reservoir of photographic information!

I have a vet friend who was in the service during the 60s and 70s... I'm going to forward this site address to him. I think he'll flip!
1:02pm 02-17-2018
Michael Wonzik
Camp Casey, '66,'67,'68.
2:31am 02-07-2018
Marshall whiting
Looking for some people who weht to Jfk school in Kassel Lee whiting
4:10pm 01-07-2018
William Daniel
Camp Colbern, 93-94 Switch Plt.
10:45am 01-05-2018
John mcleod
Camp Colbern 6/65-7/66. A Btryy was a 13B cannon cocker, ended up driving for XO.
9:40am 12-30-2017
Paul Hardy
Bruce, kudos to you for putting this website together!!
I was stationed at Cp Humhreys Nov ’74 – Oct ’77. I was with the 802d Engr Bn (Cbt) (Hvy) HHC and also Co C. I stayed in the Army and retired from AD after 28 years… Periodically I ran into a few people from 802d in Europe and other places but that happened very seldom. I’m still in touch with a couple of ppl but would be happy to hear from anyone who served with the 802d the same time I did. BTW, I go back to Korea on a regular basis and few years ago I went by Cp Humphreys. Most parts of the base have changed a LOT but some areas have not changed that much. The Motor Pool area, for example, is still at the same place, etc. The streets by the The 802d Engr Bn area have not changed but all of the Bn bldg’s are gone, except for C Co bldg! (I matched it against the pic in the yearbook!) Had my pic taken in front of that bldg. almost 40 years after I was assigned to that unit….
9:29pm 12-29-2017
George Butler
Looking for any one from Co A 13th Engr Bn 1965
7:04am 12-29-2017
C.O. Fluty
I was at Camp Humphreys in 76-77. I was a uh-1 mechanic / crew. My unit was asa.....we had 3 acft, and supported 3 sites up in the dmz.
12:48am 12-29-2017
Milt Newton
I Was at Camp Humphries, 1964-65. C Company 304th Signal Battalion. It's been hard to connect with anyone from this time frame. I was told that my company relocated to somewhere up north. I was able too return in 1997. Was amazed at how it had change. Was able to find just a small bit of my company area still standing.
8:19pm 12-28-2017
Mike Turner
My first duty station was Camp Colburn 72-73. B-Btry maintenance.
3:32pm 12-14-2017
Scott Dykstra
I was stationed at Camp Ames. April 1973 to April 1975. I was in the 110th mph company. I would like to hear from anyone that was at Camp Ames. My phone no is. 606 367 1909. Thank you .
2:31pm 12-14-2017
Alfred C Castro
Hi Bruce: Was with Co. C 1st BG 31st infantry 7th /div. (30 cal. Machine Gunner)1959-1960 wow has it change since then. brought back a lot of memories. Lots of Field Duty and Hiking. The thing is I would it again. The Best man. Al Castro
1:57pm 12-08-2017
james bischoff
hello! I was stationed at camp mercer,44th engr. bn. 80 - 82. Spent close to a year at camp casey to build maint. fac. for 2nd. tank,very different way of life up there then what we were used to. 2nd. I.D. was and is the real deal!
The beat two years of my short ( 7 years ) army hitch.
10:19pm 12-07-2017
Hey Bruce, I’m Greg and served a period at Camp Colbern in 1978-79. When I left the country as a young man, wild-eyed, and full of dreams on my future! I left behind some wonderful memories. One particular, is of a young, beautiful village girl. Miyung! Was her name. Now in the Indian Summer years of life, I reflect back on many paths over the course of my journey. One sticks out most! I wonder what ever became of Miyung. I wonder if you remember ever hearing the name?
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