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1:49am 04-14-2019
I served at camp Colbern from 1999-2000 (hhc304 sig) and your pictures nailed how it looked it literally hadn’t changed much at all. I wish there was someone that I could find that was there while I was but honestly the only person who’s name I recall was my katusa roommate and I’m sure you know how many corporal Kim’s have served in the ROK. A lot of old memories of what I considered my favorite posting. Thank you for the memories it’s a long way from Wyoming to Colbern.

Greg Schlautmann
6:47am 04-08-2019
Looking for a Sp/4 Carter station in Pusan Port withe 70th Trans Bn maybe 61 to Jan 63. Used to play soft ball with the Company, used to work part time in the Theater in Pusan Port Area and had a girlfriend b the name of Mona.
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3:41am 03-27-2019
I was stationed at Camp Rose in Co. C, 3rd Med Tank Battalion, 40th Armor from Jan 1961 to April 1962. All these memories are coming back: Snow Tiger 2, Chung Hee Park's overthrow of the gov't, going on alert when the Berlin Wall went up and being extended because of it. I have a bunch of photos I'm going to post, including one very similar to one posted on the Camp Rose section taken from the hill overlooking the camp. Am looking to connect with Bliss, Jenkins, Henderson, Smith, Carter, Dozier, and any others who were in Company C (remember the painting party we had when we painted the interior of the barracks. Never saw so many empty beer bottles in one place!)
12:43am 03-13-2019
Ist battalion 32nd infantry, Camp Hovey,1962 to 63
4:06pm 03-12-2019
Camp Casey Team Spirit 1983 with 2/31st 7th ID Polar Bears out of Ft Ord, CA. My best 30 days in the Army. Some yobo was left behind because I didn't get stationed in Korea. Made it to Seoul and spent time in the field, but seeing the camp and 2nd ID grunts was an experience. ETS'd May 83, and will retire from DoD the end of this year. Thanks for the pics and memories...
3:28pm 03-10-2019
I was in 2nd bg 4th cav of 1st cav div just south of Freedom Bridge at Camp Makenzie, about 1 mile south. Net radio control. 1959/1960. A lot of night trips over that bridge. Seen your pictures. That place sure changed. Lot of memorys. Good and Bad. Dave C.
3:28pm 03-08-2019
I was at Camp Ames from April 1973 to April 1975 . I am looking for a few of the guys that were there Chaplin Douglas Stephenson , Sgt Bob Wright , Royce Burrows and Sgt White . If you knew these persons or spent time at Camp Ames , I'd like to hear from you. My phone number is. 606 367 1909
5:26pm 03-07-2019
supply sgt Hq Hq 8th Cav also welder Capt Bradley
11:43pm 02-02-2019
I was in korea when the shop that the north took and then releasted the men all 82 it was really a hot time there when they the north let them come across what was callec the brides of no return was in ther 2inf div at camp mcnair was there for 18 months when I left there was at north Carolina for the rest of my time was a buck sarg e5
2:00pm 01-14-2019
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
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
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
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
2d Administration Company, Division Finance, (DISCOM) 2d Infantry Division.
Camps Ross, Howze and Casey. Two consecutive tours: 2Jul69-10Jul71
1:16pm 12-27-2018
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.
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