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it is me again I can be reached at1 631 849 5169

Added: December 16, 2015
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was station at camp page from 10 60 to 2 62 with the 161 comb eng . I was the guy that did not go out on pass the first month or so wold like to hear from any body that rem me all I want for x mass is my 2 front teeth

Added: December 16, 2015
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I recently uncovered negatives of photos my uncle, then Capt Neil O'Keefe took of the reconstruction of Chunchon just after it was recaptured during the Korean War. I hope to post. Neil was an engineer with Co B, 439th ECB. I have not counted or even fully looked at all the photos estimated to be over 100 maybe 150+. Photos show all aspects of army reconstruction as well as local village, river, people and possible ceremony. It appears the army and locals commingled on daily basis and were very friendly to each other. I myself visited Seoul in the early 70's while in the Navy and found the South Korean people the friendliest and genuinely most appreciative of USA sacrifices and support of all the countries I visited in my 21+ Navy career.

Added: December 5, 2015
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I was stationed at HQ & HQ CO in 1958 & 1959. I was trained in Ft. Sill as a Field Artillery Target Acquisition Radar Operator but we had no radar, so I was Co. Clerk, Mail Clerk, then Armorer. 1st Sgt was MSgt Stanley Wolinski from N. Jersey. I was on the Post Rifle team & participated in the 8th Army Rifle Match in 1959. I have photos.

Added: December 2, 2015
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B/7/5 38th 8:1964. 9: 1965 been there :!cool:

Added: November 15, 2015
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Looking for Bill Riggs.

Added: November 14, 2015
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My Father, PFC Charles L. Hale was at Camp Page 3-1968 to 4-1969. 1st BN 42nd Artillery. Due to medical conditions, he is trying to prove to the VA that he patrolled the DMZ when he was sent "to the field" while he was there. According to the VA, Camp Page was not close enough to the DMZ to be in danger from Agent Orange, so they have cut off his benefits. I would be grateful to others who were there in this time timeframe to email me any information you have or remember about being at the DMZ so my father may appeal his case. Thank you, and God bless you for your service to our country!

Added: October 13, 2015
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i served in camp page from 1976 -77 hhb 1/42 fa

Added: October 10, 2015
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I was assigned to HQ CO I was a mechanic in the Motor Pool From 1963 to 1964.

Added: October 10, 2015
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My Grandfather (SFC Charles E. Tiller) passed away when I was very young. Although I have a few memories of him he's inspired me so much. I joined the Army as soon as I could & thoughts of him got me through a lot (I could almost hear him pushing me & yelling at me to keep going) I have medals, awards, military books & a few pictures, but I would love to know more, anything! If he was tough/hard or easy going. Any stories that anyone may have or could email to me would be greatly appreciated! His information is below (I'm coping it from an engraved brass bowl with different unit insignia on it)
SFC Charles E. Tiller
71 Korea 72
4th USA MSL COMD
NCO'S
Camp Page
He's in the 1972 yearbook -EAF CMDS3-
THANK YOU!!!
*Looking through all the pictures on this site - I just want to send a BIG Thank you to all of the men & women who served!


Added: October 8, 2015
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