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I served at Camp McCullough (MSA) north of Camp Page (4th Spt Co, 4th Missle Command) 1970 to 1971.

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I was in 226 Signal Company as a Radio and Teletype Operator from 77-78 also worked in S-6

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I was assigned to the 4th Support Co.from Dec 1967 to December 1968. Many pleasant memories of the people I served with and of the South Koreans.

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A batt. 42nd arty. 68-69 assembly and tranport honest john. Had a great time. My first of many duty stations.

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I was the Ncoic, at the dispensary 1971 to 1973, I loved my time there. My son Jon was born in Korea at the 121 Evac. Hospital.l worked with Cpt. Dr. Cooke.

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important nowe mieszkania Radom

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1974-1975

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Came in with 100th FA Rocket Batallion which became 4th Missile. Date was early 1958.Unit was at A-23 for a few months. We opened (or reopened) what was then K 47.No water except what was trucked in.Food was road kill or dead ROK troops. Present at dedication to Col. Page in June or July. I was part of the aviation unit.We had H19's L20's L19's and H13's in the unit.Lost one chopper and 2 lives in Seoul due to our maintenance officer attempting to land in fog.

Chunchon was a village that you could spit across. Slept in a ditch outside the gate many nights because it was too drunk out to try walking through it. :!beer:


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I was with H&S Battery, Radio Section, 1/42 Artillery, from 2/69 to 3/70. Radio Teletype Team Chief. Great memories, great friends. Mike Hicks,
Jerry Cash, etc. Mike Kempski went to the 226. Took Katusas to Camp St. Barbara for wireman school. Just found all my slides from that period. Will share if anyone is interested.


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I was stationed at Camp Page Aug. '69 to Sept '70. Initially commanded B Battery 4th Missile Command. Then had a stint in Wonju, TDY with KMAG,as the Liaison Officer between the 4th Missile Command and FROKA. Then back to Page working with the S-3. I was pretty much of a "village rat" since I got to live off post part of my time there. A lot of great memories. I've got some pictures from when I was there. If interested, let me know.

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