Camp Essayons 1979

1st Base Post Office

 The 1st Base Post Office was in Inchon, Korea. [U.S. Army 1st Base post Office APO96571].
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1st Cavalry Division

The 1st Cavalry Division is going to Camp Hovey and Camp Stanley to replace the 1st Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment.
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2nd Administration Company

The 2nd Administration Company, 2nd Infantry Division was stationed in Korea.
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4th Battalion [ HERC ], 44th Artillery, Bravo Battery, Korea 

The 4th Battalion [ HERC ], 44th Artillery, Bravo Battery, was stationed in Korea.
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4P1 [ Fire Base ]

4P1 was an Artillery Fire Base in Korea in 1978 and was the last Fire Base in the Army.
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4P3 [ Fire Base ]- [ Dragonhead area].

Some of the Units at 4-P-3 were the 1st Battalion, 4th Field Artillery, B Battery FDO, 2nd Infantry Division.
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5th Cavalry

HQ, Alpha, Bravo, Charlie Company, 5th Cavalry, 2nd Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division, Korea 1964
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6th Battalion [ Hawk ].

A Battery, 6th Battalion  [ Hawk], 44th Artillery, Missile Battalion, was in Korea 1970.

Added: The information below was furnished by Phillip Johnson.
D Battery, 6th Missile Battalion, 44th Artillery [HAWK], 38thArtillery Brigade. Phil was there at Sire 43 from May 1964 to June 1965. 
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7th Battalion [ Hawk ].

Stationed at the Sihung Compound, Seoul, Korea 1969, was Headquarters B Company, 7th Battalion [ Hawk], 2nd Artillery, 38th Artillery Brigade [ AD ].
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7th Cavalry Regiment

The 7th Cavaelry regiment was in Korea during the Korean War. Stationed in Korea 1987 was B Troop 4, 4th Squadron, 7th Cavalry, 2nd Infantry Division.
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7th Ordnance Company Seuksu Dong, Korea


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7th Signal Radio Relay Site [ Hill 754 ]
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8th Army Adjutant Generals Office

The 8th Army Adjutant Generals Office was stationed in Seoul, Korea. In 1966 was Headquarters Right United States Army Office of The Adjutant General Detac1, 1st DPU.
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8th Personnel Command

Stationed in Korea 2002 was the U.S. Army 8th Personnel Command , HHC, 8th PERSCOM Soldier-Service-Support. 
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13th Supply Service

Stationed in Korea 1969 was Headquarters & Company C, 13th Supply & Service Battalion [ DS ] APO 96358.
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18th Medical Command

Stationed in Seoul 1992 was the 18th Medical Command. 121st Evacuation Hospital. U.S. Army Community Hospital 1992.
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19th Support Command and USAG-Taegu, Korea 1977,

HQ. & HQ. Company, 3rd FSSG Liason Team, 106th Medical Detachment [DS], 117th AG, 325th AG Detachment Postal, 516th PSC TM #1, 543rd General Dispensary, 665th Medical Detachment [DS] 1987.
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20th Support Group Teagu, Korea
[ Camp Market ]

Home to the 20th Area Support Group, HQ & HQ Company, 20th Supply Group, 1st Finance Section [ D ] 516th PSC #1. The 20th Area Support included these camps: Camp Henry, Camps Walker, Camp Carroll, Camps Dartboard, Camp Libby, Camp Salem. The Area Support Group was deactivated in June 2006. The 23rdChemical Battalion, and the 4th Quartermaster Detachment were relocated.
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38th Ordnance Company Kumo-ri, Korea Maintnace Center

I Corps [GP] area Ordnance Support. 38th Ordnance Company [DS], 283rd Ordnance Detachment [AR], 538th Engineer Company [DS]. 
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43rd Mash Army Surgical Hospital

I think the 43rd Mash was at Camp Moiser. The 8055th Mash was renamed, 43rd Mash Army Surgical Hospital.
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44th Mash Army Surgical Hospital 

The 8063rd Mash was renamed, 44th Mash Army Surgical Hospital.
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45th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital

The 8076th Mash was renamed, 45th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital.
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46th Mash Army Surgical Hospital

8209th Mash was renamed, 46th Mash Army Surgical Hospital.
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47th Mash Army Surgical Hospital

The 8225th Mash was renamed, 47th Mash Army Surgical Hospital.
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48th Mash Army Surgical Hospital

The 8228th Mash was renamed, 48th Mash Army Surgical Hospital.
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67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, 

The 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing was part of the United Nations Forces Korea 1954.
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83rd Ordnance Battalion

Home of the 83rd Ordnance Battalion, HQ & HQ Company (AMMO), 7th Ordance Company (SA) (DS/GS), 8th Ordnance Detachment (ED), 24th Ordnance Detachment (ED), 58th Ordnance Company (AMMO), 260th MP Company, 1967.  Home to the 83rd Ordnance Battalion, 71st Ordnance Group [ AMMO ], 1969-1970.
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128th Aviation Company [AH], Ui Jung Bu, Korea
142nd Military Police Company

Home to the 142nd Military Ploice Company, 19th Gemeral Support Group, Tae Gu, Korea.
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194th Maintenance Battalion DS], 348th Supply & Service Company DS], 520th Maintenance Company [Rear DS], 45th Transportation Company.

Also at the 194th is 30th Ordnance Company, 520th Maintenance Company, 348th Supply & Service Company [DS], Air Craft Maintenance General Support, and 45th Transportation Company.
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199th Personnel Center

Stationed in Yongsan [ Seoul ], Korea 1970 was the 199th Personnel Sevice Company. At the 199th was a Command Office, Orderly Room, Motor Pool, Test Control Officers, Personnel Management Division, Personnel Actions Division, Personnel Records Division, Records Team "A", Records Team "B", In Processing Division, Out Processing Division, AMD Section, Personnel Team #1 [ Taegu ], area Personnel Team #2 [ Pyong Taek ], and area Personnel Team #3 [ Uijon-bu, Personnel Assistance Team 24th Admin. Service Division.
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538th Engineering Company

The 538th Engineering Company M D S U.S. Army was located in Korea 1965.
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131st USAF Speciel Activities Squadron, Detachment 15, HQUNC, Headquarters Command USAF, Yong San, Seoul, Korea 1972.
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6168th Combat Support Squadron

Stationed in Tae Gu was the U.S. Air Forces 6168th Combat Support Squadron, [ Tae Gu Air Base ], K-2 1974.
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AC of SJ4

Stationed in Seoul, Korea 1976 was AC of SJ4, Headquarters UNC/USFK/EUSA. U.S. Army Assistant Chief of Staff J4, Headquarters United Nations Command, United States Forces Korea, Eight United States Army.
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Camp Adams [ N-4 ]-[Yonjugol area].

Camp Adams was named after Master Sergeant Stanley Adams in 1964, A Company, 19th Infantry, 24th Infantry Division. Camp Adams was built in 1953 as an Infantry Compound with Tents and later upgraded to Quonset Huts.During the 60's, Armor Supply Units occupied Camp Adams. Camp Adams returned to a R.O.K. Armor Unit in 1971.
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Advanced Camp [Western Corridor DMZ Camp].
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AFKN Radio [Sonyu-ri area].

AFN-Korea was formerly AFKN was the largest Pacific TV operations. There were Am and FM operations from military bases around Korea. On September 15,1957 AFKN started operations with its studio at the Yongsan Garrison, Seoul. AFKN's live TV newscast aired on January 4,1959. On December 2007 the channel was available to non military audiences.
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Camp Alex Williams

HHC & A Battery, 6th Battalion, 12th Field Artillery.
Information furnished by: Howard Rust was at Camp Alex Williams April 1962-1963, 6th Missile Battalion, 8th Artillery
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Camp Amahie [Nullo-ri area].
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Camp Ames

Camp Ames was home to the 12th Ordnance Detachment and provided backup to the Direct Support Detachments. In the 70's Camp Ames was a U.S. Nuclear Weapons Storage Site. The 833rd Ordnance Company ran the Depot with the 110th Military Police providing support. Also at Camp Ames was the 30th Ordnance Company, 150th Medical Detachment, an 665th Dental Team. In 1992 the 6th Ordnance Battalion relocated to Camp Carroll. Later Camp Ames closed.
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Ascom

Home to the 516th Lite Equipment Maintenance Company [ A ] 1966. 192nd Ordnance  Battalion, and Eight Army Depot.. The pictures are from the 50's & 60's. U.S. Army Ascom Depot Military Police. U.S. Army Area Command R & R Detachment. Ascom City 564th Quartermaster Group & Companay.

Added: Also at Ascom, Korea in 1970 was the HQ. & HQ. Company, 20th GSG.
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Assistant Chief of Staff G 3

 Home to the Assistant Chief of Staff G 3, 8th U.S. Army, Tae Gu, Seoul, Korea 1973
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Assistant Chief of Staff G 4, 8th U.S. Army

Home to the Assistant Chief of Staff G 4, 8th U.S. Army, Tae Gu, Seoul, Korea 1973
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Camp Ashworth [Western Corridor-DMZ Camp].

Home to Headquarters  Company, 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division 1964. Also the 12th Ordnance Detachment 1964.
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Camp Baker

At Camp Baker in 1967 was A Company (CMDS OPNS), 304th Signal Battalion (A). Camp Baker was the Eight Army milk plant  located in Yongdungpo which closed in 1985. In 1985 a new milk plant was built at K-16 on the edge of Seoul [ south side ]. Camp Baker returned was to the R.O.K..
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Camp Bayonet

7th Bayonet Division,
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Bear Hunt Base Camp

Bear Hunt Base Camp 1st,9th, A Company patrolling and training on the DMZ 1983.
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Camp Beard [Yonjugol area].

Camp Beard was named after Master Sergeant Richard Beard of the 70th Tank Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division on March 28, 1950. Camp Beard was occupied by the 70th Tank Battalion, 1st Cavalry & A Company, 2nd Battalion, 72nd Armor, 2nd Division 1967-1968. HQ, B & C Company, 2nd Battalion, 15th Armor, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division 1963-1964. In 1971 a R.O.K. tank unit moved on base.
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Camp Beaumont [Yonjugol area].

Camp Beaumont was home to A Company, 321st ASA Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division 1957-1964. A Company, 508th USASA Group 1964-1967.
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Fort Beavers

Fort Beavers was home to the 1st Battalion, 73rd Armor, 7th Infantry Division 1967.
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Camp Blue Lancer Valley [ J-1 ]-[Nullo-ri area].

The famous British Gloustershire Regiment [ Blue Lancers ] fought gallantly in the battle of the Imjin River 1951. Blue Lancer valley was a tent camp near Mummo-Ri 1953. The tents were replaced by Quonset Huts by 1957. Stationed at Blue Lancer Valley were the 2nd Brigade, 12th Cavalry C/S Company, Reccon Platoon 1961-1962. HQ & HQ Company, 1st, Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division 1963-1964. HQ, A,B, & C Company, 1st Battalion, 12th Cavalry, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division 1963-1964. HQ, A, B, & C Company, 1st 23rd Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division 1967-1968. Blue Lancer Valley was returned to the R.O.K. in 1971.
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Camp Blue Sky [Western Corridor-DMZ Camp].
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Camp Bonifis [Western Corridor-DMZ Camp].

In 2004 Camp Bonifas closed and returned  to the R.O.K.. Camp Bonifas was the base camp for the United Nations Command [ UNCSF-JSA ]. Camp Kitty Hawk was renamed Camp Bonifas on August 18, 1986 in honor of Captain Arthur G. Bonifas. Captain Bonifas was killed in the Ax Murder Incident.  The UNCSB-JSA was founded in 1952 at Panmunjom. 
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BOQ 8th Army

Headquarters Seoul, Korea
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Camp Bray [ Tac Site 42 ].

A Battery, 2nd Battalion [ HAWK ], 71st Artillery Defense Artillery, 38th Brigade.
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Camp Britannia

From what I have found Camp Britannia was an Australian camp during the Korean War.
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Camp Brittin


Camp Brittin was maned after Sergeant First Class Nelson Brittin of the 19th Infantry Regiment. Camp Brittin was one of the 17th Infantry Division Artillery Camps which supported the DMZ defense in this sector. The tents have been replaced with nearly 40 Quonset huts, and concrete block latrines, and Mess Halls. The ROK Army have taken over the Camp.
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Camp Brown [C-7]-[Munsan, Paju-ri, Pobwon-ni area].

Camp Brown was named after PFC Melvin L. Brown, 8th Engineer Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division on May 1, 1959. Camp Brown was built in 1953. The tents were later replaced with Quonset Huts. The Artillery, and Maintenance units of the 1st Cavalry and 2nd Infantry Division occupied Camp Brown. Camp Brown was home to HQ. Company, 1st Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment, 24th Division 1956-1957. HQ & HQ Company, 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division 1963-1964. The R.O.K. occupied Camp Brown in 1971.
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Camp Browning [Dragonhead area].
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Camp Carroll

Camp Carroll Depot is located in the Waegwan area 20 km from the city of Daegu. Camp Carroll has been a staging ground for the U.S. Military Operations since the late 1950's and also referred to the Crown Jewel of Area 4. Camp Carroll was named after Sergeant First Class Charles F. Carroll of the Korean War. Camp Carroll consist of dry cleaners, barber shops, bars. The camp houses the Eight  Army Personnel, employees, contractors, and the Korean Augmentation to the U.S. with about 3000 servicemen. Also home to the 2nd Battalion, 1st Air Defense Artillery Battalion [ Patriot ]. and also at Camp Carrol are the AAFES Exchange, military clothing, comisionary, swimming pools, bowling center, library, community center, and movie theater, 
Osan Air Base, Korea 1971, 38th Artillery Battalion


Camp Humphreys, korea 1981-1982, 560th Medical Company [AMB]


Kimpo-OP, Korea 1973-1974, A battery, 2nd Battalion, 71st [HAWK] ADA


Uncheon, Korea 1988, 4th Battalion, 12th Marines, 3rd Marine Division, Bearhunt Watkins Range


Camp Custer, Korea 1967, 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division


Camp Ames Chang Dong-ni, Korea 1969


Camp Essayons, Korea 1974-1975, 6th Battalion, 37th Field Artillery


Camp Hovey, Korea 1978, 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry


Camp Page, Korea 1983-1984, 4th Battalion, 504th 


Camp Stanley, Korea 1971, 1st Artillery, 2nd Infantry Division


Camp Rice, Korea 1966, 702nd Maintenance Battalion, 2nd Infantry Diviosion Support Command


Detachment 15, 1131st USAF Special Activities Squadron, Yong San, Korea 1972, HQUNG, headquarters Command USAF


Camp Casey, Korea 1974, 122nd Signal Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division


Niblo Barracks Cpomond, Seoul, Korea 1970-1971, 30th, Ordnance Company, Headquarters & Headquarters Platoon, Service/Sullpy Platoon, Sergeant Platoon; Hawk Platoon, Nike Platoon


Camp Howze, Korea 1989, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division


Camp Rice, Korea 1973, Alphe Troop, 4th Squadron, 7th U.S. Cavalry


Camp Henry / Camp Walker Korea Support Command 1970 Tae Gue, Korea


Camp Casey, Korea 1983 122nd Signal Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division.


Camp Casey, Korea 302nd Forward Support Battalion 1994.


142nd Military Police, 19 General Support Group, Pusan & Taegu, Korea 1970.


Camp Greaves DMZ, Camp Liberty Bell DMZ, Korea 1978 2nd Battalion, 9th Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division.


Camp Casey, Korea 1969, 7th MO Company, 7th Infantry Division


Camp Hovey, Korea 1975 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division.


71st Ordnance Group [AMMO], 83rd Ordnance Battalion, *th Army, Korea 1964-1965


Camp Stanley 1970, Headquarters & Headquarters Company,11th Engineer Battalion [C]-[C].


Osan Air Base, Korea 1976-1977, 554th Civil Engineering Squadron


Osan Air Base, Korea 1985-1986, 51st Security Police Squadron.


2nd Administration Company, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea 1966


142nd Military Police Company, Korea 1974-1975


Camp Henry, Camp Walker, Korea 1981 19th Support Command HHC.


Camp Pililaau, Company C, 51st Signal Battalion [CORPS] Korea 1966.


Camp Baker, Korea 1970 304th Signal Battalion


Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group-Korea 1978.


Tae Gu, Korea 1974, U.S. Army Communication Command Facility, 38th Signal Command [USACC] 


7th Division Administration Company, Korea 1967


Camp Greaves, Korea 1974, Alpha Company D.M.Z. 1st Battalion, 31st Infantry, 2nd Infantry Division.


Tae Gu, Korea 1972, U.S Army Communications Command Facility.


Camp Hustom, Korea 1968 Delta Battery, 4th Battalion, 44th Artillery,


Camp Casey, Korea 1970, 7 S & DBN, 7th Infantry Division.


Camp Casey, Korea 1979 , 2nd Aviation Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division.


​Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group, Korea 1975.


U.S.S. Boxer CV-21 January/June 1950


​Tae Gu Air Base, Korea 1970, 6168th Combat Support Group


Ascom Depot, Bupyong, Korea 1970, A Company   ​


Camp Casey, Korea 1994, 122nd Signal Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division


Camp Henry/Camp Walker, Korea 1981, 19th Support Command


67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing Air Police, Korea 1955
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Fort Beavers, Korea 1967, 1st Battalion, 73rd Armor, 7th Infantry Division 


121st Evacuation Hospital, Korea 1964-1964


Camp Casey, Camp Stanley, Camp Edwards, Korea 1983, 2nd Medical Battalion ​


Camp Casey, Korea 1991, HQ & HQ Company, 2nd Infantry Division ​


194th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Korea 2008


Osan Air Base, Korea 1973, 51st Civil Engineering Squadron ​


Osan Air Base, Korea 1974, Civil Engineer Squadron ​


Osan Air Base, Korea 1979, 611th Military Support Squadron ​


Camp Casey, Korea 1981, Foxtrot Company, 702 Maintenance Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division.


Charlie Company, 304th Signal Battalion, Eight Army Support Command Seoul, Korea 1966


8th U.S. Army, Seoul, Korea 1966, Honor Guard Company


A Battery, 6th Battalion, 44th Artillery.


2nd Administration Company 2nd Infantry Division 1966.


Camp Humphreys, Korea 1977 30th Ordnance Company GM (GS).


U.S. Army, Korea 1967-1968 Delta Company Long Lines Battalion.


Kunsan Air Base, Korea 1975-1976 8th Supply Squadron, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing.


​Camp Casey, Korea 1978, 2nd Aviation Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division.


Camp Essayons, 6th Battalion, 37th Field Artillery, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea 1975


U.S.S Philipines CVA-47, Korea 1955


Camp Palilaau, Korea 1966, Company C, 51st Signal Battalion [Corps].


U.S.S. Valley Forge CVA-45, Korean 1951-1952, War Deployment Cruise Book (Year Log)


U.S.S. Misouri BB-63, Korean 1952-1953, War Deployment Cruise Book (Year Log).


U.S.S. Radoeng CVE-116, Korean 1953, War deployment Cruise Book (Year Log) ​


U.S.S. Champ CVA-39, Korea 1953, War deployment Cruise Book (Year Log)


Camp Stanley, Camp Essayons Uijonbu, Korea 1967, 1968 11th Engineer Battalion.


Camp Rice, Korea 1970, 702nd Maintenance Battalion, 2nd Division ​


Camp Garry Owen, Charlie Troop, 4th Squadron, 7th U.S. Cavalry, 2nd Infsntry Division,  Korea 1976


Kunsan Air Base, Korea 1985, 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, 8th Supply Squadron


1st Battalion, 17th Artillery, Korea 1967-1968


Mad Dogs, 11th Troop, 4th Squadron, 7th Cavalry, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea 1987


United States Army Garrison (UASGY), Yongsan, Seoul, Korea 1976


Camp Garry Owen, HQ & HQ Troop, 4th Squadron, 7th U.S. Cavalry, 2nd Infantry Division, Korea 1974 ​


Camp Poderosa, Delta Company, 707th Maintnance Battalion, 7th Infantry Division, Korea 1968


36th Signal Battalion, [USACC], korea 1974


B Company, 728th Military Police (A), Pyong Taek, Korea 


USN DD-748, U.S.S., Harry E. Hubbard Cruise Year Book, Korea


Osan Air Base, 2164th Communication Group (AFCS), Korea 1966


Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group-K (JUSMAG-KI) Korea 1981


​Camp Casey, Support Command, Korea 1968


Camp Page, HQ & HQ Company, 4th USAMSL Command, Korea 1970,


​Camp Hovey, HHC, 1st Battalion, 23rd Infantry, Korea 1972


​Camp Pillilaau, HQ./HQ. Company, 51st Signsl Battalion (C), Korea 1968-1969


Camp Paris, HQ., Headquarters Service battery, 2nd Battalion, 8th Artillery, 
A,B,C, Korea 1967


Camp Baker, A Company (CMD Opns), 304th Signal Battalion, (A), Korea 1967


Camp Humphreys, korea 1981-1982, 560th Medical Company [AMB]


570th Ordnance Company [DAS],Support Command, Korea 1975


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