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Korean War

The Korean War (25 June 1950 – 27 July 1953) was a war between the Republic of Korea (supported primarily by the United States of America, with contributions from allied nations under the aegis of the United Nations) and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (supported by the People's Republic of China, with military and material aid from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics).

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Funeral Dinner tomorrow 3:00 at the Lapeer VFW Post 4139Roy A. Henderson Born in Lapeer, Michigan on Apr. 6, 1936 Departed on Dec. 6, 2014 and resided in Lapeer, MI. Visitation: Monday, Dec. 8, 2014 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm & 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Service: Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014 2:00 pm Cemetery: Mt. Hope Cemetery Please click on the links above for locations, times, maps, and directions. Roy A. Henderson, age 78, lifetime Lapeer resident, died Saturday, December 6, 2014. Roy was born April 6, 1936 in Lapeer to Wallace and Ruth (Misener) Henderson. He graduated from Lapeer High School in 1954. Roy proudly served his country in the U.S. Army, during the Korean War. Mr. Henderson married Nancy K. McMullen on October 17, 1959 in Lapeer, at the Monroe Street Methodist Church. Roy was an electrician for General Motors Chevrolet Manufacturing Plant in Flint, he had worked there over 42 years when he retired in 1996. He was a lifetime member of the Lapeer VFW Post UAW Local and a Charter Member of the Lapeer Alumni Associat ...
This African American needs to be heard! A Response to a Ferguson, Mo Internet posting: My Name is William G. Lillas. I wanted to clear up a few black and white questions and answers. The things I state are facts. They are not downloaded from some media website, not propaganda, just observations from a 83 year old black man, born in America: "I was told by my parents (yes, a married man and woman with my last name), that I was *** We lived in *** Town” in a small Texas town, no A/C, grass growing through the floor, no car, no TV. We washed our bodies with lye soap that my mother made, by hand. I thought I was a *** until I graduated high school, went to college, did an enlistment in the Army, and got a job. I am now retired, own my own home, have 6 children by ONE WOMAN, and we all have the same last name. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts, a Master’s Degree in Sociology. My retirement, VA disability from combat in the Korean War (I only have one leg), and part-time pay in a l ...
86. Korean War (Part 1) America knew that the withdrawal of U.S. forces from South Korea would likely lead (cont) http:/…
Interesting. What did Presidents Hoover , Truman, and Eisenhower have in common? This is something that should be of great interest for you to pass around. I didn't know of this until it was pointed out to me. Back during the great depression, Herbert Hoover ordered the deportation of ALL illegal aliens in order to make jobs available to American citizens that desperately needed work. Harry Truman deported over two million illegal aliens after WWII to create jobs for returning veterans. In 1954 Dwight Eisenhower deported 13 million Mexicans. The program was called Operation *** It was done so WWII and Korean War veterans would have a better chance at jobs. It took two years, but they deported them! Now, if they could deport the illegal aliens back then, they could surely do it today. If you have doubts about the veracity of this information, enter Operation *** into your favorite search engine and confirm it for yourself. Why, you might ask, can't they do this today? Actually the answer is quite ...
Koica’s aid touches young and old in Sri Lanka: … we were recovering from the Korean War, so it is ...
The Republic Of Korea is a small country on the far eastern edge of Asia. Although it ranks 109th in the world in terms of land area, the country is a center of economic activity, culture, and arts. Korea was colonized by Japan in the early 20th century and later had to endure the Korean War (1950-53), but it has achieved amazing economic growth in a short period, dubbed "the Miracle on the Han River."Today, Korea is an industrial nation standing tall on the world stage. Its semiconductor, automobile, shipbuilding, steel making, and IT industries are on the leading edge in global markets. It hosted the 1988 Seoul Olympics and the 2002 Korea-Japan FIFA World Cup. More recently, Korean dramas, movies, and music are attracting many audiences in Asian countries and beyond, creating what is being called the "Korean Wave." Korea's new standing in the international community was highlighted in 2010 with the nation becoming the first Asian country to chair the G20 and host the G20 Seoul Summit.
never really liked the terminology "Old Farts" but this makes me feel better about it And if you aren't one, I'll bet you know one ! got this from an "Old Fart" friend of mine ! OLD FART PRIDE I'm passing this on as I did not want to be the only 'old fart' receiving it. Actually, it's not a bad thing to be called, as you will see Old Farts are easy to spot at sporting events; during the playing of the National Anthem, Old Farts remove their caps and stand at attention and sing without embarrassment. They know the words and believe in them. Old Farts remember World War Ii, Pearl Harbour , Guadalcanal , Normandy and Hitler. They remember the Atomic Age, the Korean War, The Cold War, the Jet Age and the Moon Landing. They remember the 50 plus Peacekeeping Missions from 1945 to 2005, not to mention Vietnam . If you bump into an Old Fart on the sidewalk he will apologize. If you pass an Old Fart on the street, he will nod or tip his cap to a lady. Old Farts trust strangers and are polite, particularly to wom . ...
View the new documentary video “Arirang Rhapsody,” about the Korean folk song “Arirang,” a song that has had a special place in the hearts and memories of all Korean War veterans. for more than sixty years.
Joseph R. FORTH, 86, of Wheeling, died Monday, December 1, 2014 at Liza's Place, Wheeling. He was born October 27, 1928 in Buffalo, NY, son of the late Joseph and Elma Steinfeldt Forth. Joseph was owner-president of East Coast Electronics, was a technician with NY State Power Authority, a HAM amateur radio operator(Call letters WA2TRT), worked at WWVA Radio and was a Navy veteran during the Korean War. In addition to his parents, Joseph was preceded in death by his wife, Stephanie Marie Beech Forth in 1991, a sister, Dolores Jones and a grandson, Justin Forth. Surviving are 4 children; Joseph Forth of Indio, CA, Nicholas (Bethanne) Forth of Buffalo, NY, Sue (David) Visnic of Wheeling, Helen (Jay) Zengerski of Buffalo, NY, a sister; Geri Wolter of Mt. Dora, FL, 7 grandchildren; Rachel, Ben, Paul, Alex, Mark, April and Jeff and 7 great grandchildren. Friends will be received on Friday, December 5, 2014 from 3:00pm until 8:00pm at the Altmeyer Funeral Home, 154 Kruger St., Elm Grove, where services will be h ...
The nurse pleaded guilty to failing to properly care for a Korean War veteran
Happy Dad! Veteran and Korean War. And many thanks to all veterans out there .
My biggest hero is my dad who served in the Army during the Korean war and next would be my son-in-law Daniel Wheeler who is in the Army serving in Africa. Thanks to all you have and are serving now. May God watch over you and your families.
After the WWII Memorial, the group walks along the reflecting pool to the Korean War Memorial and the Vietnam War Memorial. For some veterans, visiting these memorials is a lighthearted experience. For others, it is an opportunity to reflect on their experiences and remember lost friends or family members. Sometimes we can squeeze in a stop at the FDR Memorial, as well.
This country, with its citizens' lack of care for each other, has been saying, "Bring on the death panels!" Makes sense, doesn't it? Without decent health care, what happens? We die. But are the citizens really to blame? Or have they been thoroughly propagandized? Propagandized? During the Korean War we called it something else: "brain washing." What's the difference? The result is the same: The North Koreans threatened, "If you don't say what we want you to say, we might kill you." Our government in the past has said, "If you vote for health care, you will die (death panels)," but the fact is that if you can't afford health care, you also will die sooner than you would have otherwise. Propaganda is indeed powerful. And yes, it can buy elections, especially when the electorate has been dumbed down because a decent higher education has been withheld for want of money.
.HELP NEEDED FOR KOREAN VETERAN. I was called by one of our major sponsors who has a Korean War Veteran in need of a ramp on his front porch. His grandson was killed in Iraq in 2006 to boot. He lives in Medina, family and friends stated that they have been having to basically pick this veteran up and carry him up/down the stairs when they leave. If anyone is willing to help and has the ability to build one of these, the family said that would be the best Christmas for this hero. They have been trying a metal ramp, problem is, is that it is short and very slippery. Risk to high and someone will seriously get hurt. If anyone is willing, please let me know, call me, inbox me and I will get back to you ASAP.
During the Korean War pedestrians as well as several US Army jeeps... News Photo 459234243 | Getty Images
THE HAUNTINGS ABOARD USS THE SULLIVANS The USS THE SULLIVANS: DD57, a new Fletcher Class Destroyer, was launched on April 4, 1943, at Bethlehem Steel Corporation, San Francisco CA, just 5 months after The USS Juneau was sunk, killing not only the Sullivan brothers but also thirty other families of brothers serving on this ship as well. This new Fletcher Class Destroyer was named after the Sullivan brothers, at the suggestion of President Roosevelt; due to the Sullivan family's terrible sacrifice of losing all five of their sons. Luckily, the youngest brother, Al, had a wife and son, James, and their sister was also at home, not serving in the Armed Forces. These remnants of the Sullivan family were a small comfort to the grieving parents, who paid such a high price in the loss of their sons. The Armed Forces felt bad about this, as well as smarting from all the bad publicity. All of the branches of our Armed Forces quickly began to enforce the rules about brothers serving together, and began the policy of ...
He Holds All Things Together Hebrews 1:1-4 The Son is the gleaming brightness of God's glory. He is the exact likeness of God's being. He uses his powerful word to hold all things together. Hebrews 1:3a That is an amazing statement. It is put in the present tense, saying that he is the One who is keeping things going right now. Stanford University is the site of a linear accelerator, a mighty two-mile long atom smasher. It is a great lever with which scientists try to pry the lid off the secrets of matter and discover what is in the miniature world of the atom, the neutron, and the proton. Linear Accelerator scientists have discovered a complexity they never dreamed of, and they have found particles that they cannot even invent enough names for. But one thing they are consistently discovering is that there is some strange force that holds everything together. They do not know what to call it, and they do not know how to identify it. They talk about a kind of cosmic glue that holds things together. Isn't i ...
Just finished another good read and very informative book about the Korean War (police action). Chosin by Eric Hammel goes into great detail about the brave men in that action!
Would you believe that Lee Iacocca is 94 years old and is still KICKIN’ butt? Check out his latest rant. Just as true today as it was when his book first came out. He was, and still is, a brilliant businessman! Often we need to be reminded of Iacocca's words, Remember Lee Iacocca, the man who rescued Chrysler Corporation from its death throes? He's now 94 years old and has a new book , 'Where Have All The Leaders Gone?'. Lee Iacocca Says: "Am I the only guy in this country who's fed up with what's happening? Where the *** is our outrage with this so called president? We should be screaming bloody murder! We've got a gang of tax cheating clueless leftists trying to steer our ship of state right over a cliff, we've got corporate gangsters stealing us blind, and we can't even run a ridiculous cash-for-clunkers program without losing $26 billion of the taxpayers' money, much less build a hybrid car. But instead of getting mad, everyone sits around and nods their heads when the politicians say, 'trust me, t ...
Jack Morris survived the Korean War, two bouts of cancer and a stroke. Last week he finally got to live his dream.
Korean War soldier identified, to be buried
Tennessee Valley obituaries for Dec. 2: Korean War veteran was Auburn University graduate: Here is a list of the…
Interesting article on Syria's tank fleet.
from my own experience, Koreans love Germany, but most of them mainly because Germany granted them a credit after the Korean war
And I think it's sad that we are so fixated on Gallipoli that we forget about Vietnam, the Korean War, the Boer War, WWII, Gulf Wars.
Did You Know?. To avoid boredom while in a POW camp during the Korean War, Lt. John Thornton would ride an...
The Hidden History of the Korean War - Forbidden Bookshelf by I. F. Stone | Open Road Integrated Media
Did someone say "Axis of Evil"? N. Korean upgraded tanks still in use in Syrian Civil War | NK News
I wasn't even aware there was a Korean war I'm not going to lie so I'm a tad puzzled why I'm in a lecture about it
Emil Truszkowski's speech about North Korean orphans in Poland during the Korean War, presented on 2014.11.07 at...
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North Korea's links and arms trade with Syria:
After doing so much for others, Jack Morris finally got to live out his dream.
Bazooka? Those haven't been around since the Korean War, grandpa.
Movie about North Korean leader called an act of war by NK and supposedly the reason behind the Sony cyberattack .
Improve North Korean Human Rights By Ending War: … definitive end to the Korean War will bring Nort...
I've culled two FB "friends" one shared the fake "korean war vet" Ferguson racist story and another one just shared an Asian hate status
grandfather 's Korean.He was allowed to forced labor and done violence by crowded arounds in the past war time.
China will not go to war for N. Korea: Former general: … ;s aid during the 1950-53 Korean War, when ...
North Korean weapons being used in the Middle East:
N Korean T 55 tanks and MANPADS being used by ISIS in Syria …
Saving the Warthog to save troop lives: … about his service in the Korean War, a veteran once remar...
Delivering a Dream: give Korean War veteran a day he'll remember forever.
Go behind-the-scenes as an 84-year-old Korean War veteran prepares to become honorary head coach.
I followed 84-year-old Korean War vet Jack Morris as he prepared to be honorary coach for a night.
The $3m house club: … million better off after a Korean War veteran’s Manly home sold … previously...
To the Korean War veteran in front of me at Bocce today, I wish I'd known of your service as we waited in line
In honour of Korean War veterans, Canadian Armed Forces personnel, along with Korean officials, gathered today for a scrimmage hockey game that commemorated the Imjin River Cup games played by Canadian soldiers during the Korean War in the winters of 1952 and 1953. On the Imjin River in South Korea, just miles from the front lines, hockey was played on a makeshift rink the soldiers dubbed “Imjin Gardens.” Hockey offered a little piece of normal Canadian life to those who served in a war-torn Korea. One of the most famous matches was the championship game between the 1st Battalion of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and the 2nd Battalion of the Royal 22e Régiment (the “Van Doos”), held on March 11, 1952. The tradition they began is carried on each winter to this day. anniversaire du Royal 22e Régiment Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Canada Embassy of Canada to Korea 2e Division du Canada / 2nd Canadian Division 3rd Canadian Division / 3e Division du Canada
A Korean War veteran discovers his Washington-based PR firm has been taken over by Communist infiltrators.
Harold Dinzes who recently passed away at 98, was a Veteran of WW II and the Korean War, and was one…
I remind this Korean War veteran of a prostitute he once knew. Related: I'm uncomfortable.
Sending a shout out to one of our incredible patients! Korean War veteran, Armando, struggled with peripheral neuropathy for 20 years.
Beautiful story from Houston. Local 2 viewers helped disabled Korean War veteran get home for Thanksgiving.
Today in Marine Corps' history, the 1st Marine Corps Division avoided total annihilation during the Korean War after being surrounded by 10 Chinese Divisions at the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, Nov. 27, 1950. The Marines were part of a United Nations force made up of U.S., United Kingdom and South Korean troops. These forces fought a 17-day brutal battle in sub-freezing conditions, inflicting crippling losses against the Chinese to break through the trap and withdraw in good order. No Marines have ever faced worse weather, terrain or odds than those who fought at Chosin Reservoir. Outnumbered 8 to 1 and surrounded by the enemy, Marines fought through 10 Chinese infantry divisions and -40 degree snowstorms to rejoin their allies at sea. "We’ve been looking for the enemy for several days now. We’ve finally found them. We're surrounded. That simplifies our problem ..." —Col Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller, Commander of 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division
Tributes paid to Korean War veteran who has died, aged 84
What’s New? Check out our newest titles that will hit the shelves Tuesday, December 2: New Books: FOR ADULTS- *The Coldest Winter: America and the Korean War by David Halberstam-Would you like to know mor about and better understand the Korean War? Halberstam’s detailed and carefully researched book will provide vivid descriptions of the major figures of the war, insight to the political decisions and blunders of both sides of the war, and the stories of the individuals on the front lines who were left to deal with those decisions and blunders. Meet the men and women in the war, follow them, and see some of the worst battles in history. *For the Good of the Order: Nick Coleman and the High Tide of Liberal politics in Minnesota, 1971-1981 by John Watson Milton-Although Nick Coleman died in 1981, his political legacy continues on. Milton’s in-depth telling of Coleman’s life and times contributes to the idea that the government can “clear pathways that are accessible for all of us.” *Only the Hea ...
I'm sure gonna have fun telling my Korean War veteran's wife (aka grandma) that I'm moving to Korea in two years :)
Decades after he was killed protecting his unit from the enemy, Medal of Honor recipient Pvt. Miguel A. Vera of the Korean War was laid to rest Nov. 20, 2014 at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Vera, who was from Puerto Rico, joined the Army when he was 17 years old. He was killed in Chorwon, Korea, Sept. 21, 1952. He received the Medal of Honor, March 18, and Rodriguez accepted the award on his uncle's behalf. Vera was recognized for extraordinary heroism when his unit attempted to retake the right sector of "Old Baldy." The unit came under heavy fire at close range and was forced back. Vera voluntarily stayed behind and was killed as he covered the withdrawal as the troops moved to safety. His Medal of Honor citation says Vera "remained steadfast in his position, directing accurate fire against the hostile positions despite the intense volume of fire which the enemy was concentrating upon him." Vera was buried at Utuado Municipal Cemetery in Puerto Rico. He was moved to Arlington National Cemete ...
My cousin got a Vietnam memorial tattoo in honor of our pop pop... Only thing is my pop pop was in the Korean War
Chosin and the importance of perspective. Check . Col. Lewis “Chesty” Puller. 1950 Korean War.
Memorial Hall for Ethiopian Veterans in the Korean War(1950~1953). Which building locate at chuncheon South Korea.
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At 6:30 this evening, Korean War veteran Jack Morris will walk into his lifelong dream at Benjamin Johnson Arena:
Raleigh Memorial to Veterans of WWI, WWII, & Korean War, Capital grounds,
Korean War Memorial unveiled at Saugus Veterans Park: via
Mom rec'd notice fr/Veterans Affairs~she will get memorial✞as Dad died last year of cancer fr/asbestos from service in Korean War~still sad.
Korean War vets panel kicking off. .. what a history they are sharing today at Veterans Memorial Museum.
Memorial bridges and roads dedicated Thursday: … chaos. He fought in the Korean War from 1950-1953 ...
1950: The Iowa class battleship U.S.S. New Jersey (BB-62) is recommissioned for the Korean War.
11/21/1950: Battleship USS New Jersey was recommissioned & reentered active service for operations in Korean War.
November 21, 1950 - 64 years ago today: 17 Canadian soldiers en route to the Korean War, and four train crewmen,...
Canadian soldiers en route to serve in Korean War killed in train accident in BC on Nov. 21, 1950
Humbled and honored to join the Rodriguez family and my friend Congressman Larry Smith at the internment ceremony for Private Miguel Vera today. In March, Private Vera received the recognition for his acts of valor in the Korean War he so deserved when President Barack Obama awarded him the Medal of Honor. Today he received the burial he rightfully deserves in Arlington National Cemetery.
TT: 1950-Korean War and the Peanuts comic strip begin. Nursing school yearbook photos.
Friends, Please help us honor and remember Veteran military man, John Masson, 91, who survived combat in World War Ii, Korea and Vietnam only to be beaten in brutal savage home invasion on his Northern California house, and dies just days out from Veterans Day. John Masson was brutally bashed by a group of thugs who broke into his North Highlands house in the middle of the night on October 28. Masson, who fought in World War Ii, the Korean War and Vietnam, put up a fight when the thieves demanded his car keys. His stepdaughter and caretaker were tied up and blindfolded as part of the invasion, Masson managed to get the bandits out and they fled without his car. However he was severely beaten in the process. The group also made off with jewelry, prescriptions drugs and some cash. His stepdaughter, Akemi Girion, told CBS 13 that Masson tried to fight off the thugs 'because he's a military man'. On behalf of a grateful nation, we salute you Mr. John Masson for your dedication and service to your country. Rem ...
PLEASE SHARE! It's time for me to rant a little today. So my dad went into Home Depot yesterday and asked for his 10% military discount that he always gets at Lowes and they ask him for his military id and when he shows it they ask him if he was in the military for 20 years and he said no but he did serve many years and fought in the Korean war so they denied him his 10% discount since he didn't have 20 years of service. Are you kidding me he served the Korean war which was one of the worst and definitely one of the least prepared wars the government ever sent our troops into with summer gear and below freezing temps. In my opinion rather you serve one year or one war or 20 years and 3 wars you are still a US military vet and you deserve any perk you can get! I went up and spoke to the guy at Home Depot and he came right out and said all these people wanting a 10% discount to get their 1 or 2 dollar discount is crazy and out of hand and a pain in the butt. Sorry but wrong answer Home Depot because of our ...
Richard R. Breton 1932-2014 AUGUSTA - Richard R. Breton, age 82, died unexpectedly Wednesday, November 19, 2014, at his home. He was born in Augusta on January 10, 1932, a son of the late Arthur L. and Adrienne (Allarie) Breton. Mr. Breton attended Augusta schools and was a U.S. Army veteran, serving during the Korean War. He had been employed by Central Maine Power Company for 25 years, retiring in 1991. He previously had been employed by Bates Manufacturing, Edwards Division, Calderwood Bakery and Pomerleau's Bakery. Richard and Joan Comeau were married by the Rev. Joseph O. Casavant at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Augusta on September 21, 1957. He was a man of strong faith. He was very kind and compassionate to people's needs. He was always available to help those less fortunate than he. He was a firm believer in God, family and country. He loved his home and truly enjoyed working in and out of his home. His vegetable garden was a work of art. He not only enjoyed taking care of his garden but also ...
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Kim BokDong said she was raped by Jpn soldiers during Korean War. Huh?. htt…
it's a bad day when you have to write a timed essay on the Korean War and u don't even know where it is 😍
HistoryInPix: The marine and the kitten, Korean War, 1952
ComfortWoman Kim Bok-dong said she was raped by Japanese soldiers during Korean War. Huh?. http…
Looking for place to stash my gear at folks' house, and I found my Dad's duffle bag from his Korean War draft stint
On this day in the United States, San Jose State College students demonstrate against the Dow Chemical Company, the maker of napalm. Police were sent in, but the students refused to disperse and several protest leaders were arrested. The next day the students defied California governor Ronald Reagan's warning against further demonstrations and again staged an anti-Dow demonstration. Napalm was an acronym derived from naphthetic and palmic acids, whose salts were used to manufacture the jellied gasoline--napalm--that was used in flame-throwers and bombs. Napalm first came into widespread use during World War Ii, especially in flame throwers used to destroy entrenched Japanese positions in the Pacific war. It was also used extensively in aerial bombs during the Korean War against Chinese and North Korean entrenchments. The use of napalm in the Vietnam War concerned many Americans who considered it an especially cruel and barbaric weapon.
Met a man tonight at work who was 87 and was in the Korean War . Just couldn't say anything besides thank you for serving . Respect those who have fallen and fought proudly for red white and blue . They are the reason I can post this in the first place.
South Korea forms new safety agency: … to rebuild following the 1950-53 Korean War. Officials said ...
A group of Korean Americans who were separated from their families during the Korean War are calling for reunions between family members in the United States and North Korea. Divided Families is ...
Everyday is Veterans Day in America! I hope that some of you have seen it or watched it last night at 11 pm on NETV. It was called something like "Homecoming, Welcoming Nebraska Veterans". Anyway, it's about korean War Veterans Freedom Flight to Washington DC that my Dad went on. It was really interesting. But why is the Korean War known as "The Forgotten War"? I always wondered myself until it said that the Korean War was the first war based on points. For example what you did and where you were as a soldier would earn you points. My Dad was stationed right by the Front at all times, so that in return built up enough points to be sent home in a year's time. So that meant that individuals came home in small numbers and not in large units. They practically went under the radar in being seen by the Nation, but not be families and local towns. So they were forgotten but not to those who knew them. That went on into the Vietnam War and I feel even today. But a Soldier could spend many tours in Vietn ...
In honoring veterans, don't forget the Korean War
A Korean War vet, who donated $500,000+ toward creating the Korean War Veterans Memorial, has passed away:
[61,000 served in the during the Korean War. Over 740 of them were killed and over 2,300 wounded.
Southwest Jr. High gym is set for the Veterans Day Assembly! They'll have WWII vet, Korean War vet and a Navy Seal. http…
We honor you, sir, and all our Korean War veterans on
They Knew It They KNEW they were committing war crimes... and LOVED it. WASHINGTON -- A six-year-old memo from within the George W. Bush administration that came to light this week acknowledges that White House-approved interrogation techniques amounted to "war crimes." The memo's release has called attention to what has changed since President Barack Obama took office, but it also raises questions about what hasn't. The Bush White House tried to destroy every copy of the memo, written by then-State Department counselor Philip Zelikow. Zelikow examined tactics like waterboarding -- which simulates drowning -- and concluded that there was no way they were legal, domestically or internationally. “We are unaware of any precedent in World War Ii, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, or any subsequent conflict for authorized, systematic interrogation practices similar to those in question here," Zelikow wrote. The memo has been obtained by George Washington University's National Security Archive and Wired's Spen ...
goes here.. 1950/6, 25 Korean War many young men in the United States helped shed blood when the sublime sacrifice of
On Nov. 16, 1950 – Canadian troops for the Korean War arrived at Fort Lewis, Washington, for training.
Mao's Military Romanticism: China and the Korean War, 1950-1953 (Modern War Studies) -
Ever since the accident I will always have really bad anxiety getting off the Korean War veterans pkwy
Korean War gather around an rendering of a planned mural to honor them in
Hey Obama how many people did the US kill in 1950-53 - Korean War? 4,500,000!
Veterans from WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War & Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom will be honored at CFS.
The US & China virtually fought in the Korean War b/w 1950 and 1953. China also directly supported North Vietnam in the Vietnam War.
Thanks to all our brave veterans. We are all in your debt. Photo from my visit to the troops in the Korean War. http:/…
Soldier Missing from Korean War Accounted For On Nov 10th, the Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced that the remains of Army Sgt. Michael J. Barra, 18, of Ithaca, N.Y., missing from the Korean War, have been identified and will be returned to his family for burial with full military honors on Nov. 22, in Ithica, N.Y. In late November 1950, Barra was assigned to Company C, 2nd Engineer Battalion, 2nd Infantry Division (ID), which was deployed north and northeast of Kunu-ri, North Korea, when their defensive line was attacked by Chinese forces, forcing the unit to withdraw to a more defensible position. Before they could disengage, the 2nd ID was forced to fight through a series of Chinese roadblocks, commonly known as “The Gauntlet.” Barra was reported missing in action after the battle. Returning American soldiers who had been held as prisoners of war and released after the Armistice, reported that Barra had been captured Dec. 1, 1950, by Chinese forces and died Feb 20, ...
John Masson survived three wars, but the 91-year-old Air Force veteran was no match for the brutality of the home invasion robbers who broken into home and beat him beyond recognition. The attack occurred on Oct. 28 at Masson's Northern California home. After a week in intensive, the elderly warrior died of his injuries just a few days shy of Veterans Day. Masson served in World War Ii, the Korean War and in Vietnam. More recently, Masson had devoted his life to caring for his disabled stepdaughter. Read KTLA's story here:
Happy Veterans Day to the men and women of the Armed Forces (and my Papa who served in the Navy during the Korean War). Th…
Kodak Alaris working with a Korean War photo project to connect veterans w/ their photos - on WXXI TV last night
Avast! In honoring veterans, don't forget the Korean War
Dad Buck Monari served in Korean War. Didn't go, but played 1st Chair Trumpet in the 612th Air Force Band. h…
Remembering and honoring all Veterans who served. Thank You!. My dad, Tommy Hollifield, US Army during the Korean War.
On learn about the Aboriginal Peoples who served in WWI, WWII & the Korean War:
Peabody breakfast to honor Korean War veterans
Korean War veterans to be honoured for their service. A GROUP of 13 veterans of the Korean War will...
by Mennonite Heritage Center staff In 1953, at the end of the Korean War, Mennonites opened a vocational school in Kyungsan, South Korea to educate homeless orphaned boys. Mennonites in the United States were asked to "adopt" a boy and provide financial and emotional support for the adoptee. Willis and Mary Lederach, who attended Salford Mennonite Church (Harleysville, Pa) decided to support Kim Jong Sub, now known as Byung Dong Kim. [ 411 more words. ]
Wofford College gives 84-year-old Korean War vet opportunity to coach its basketball team for one game.
An 84-year-old Korean War veteran will get to be a coach for a day.
Veterans Day 11/11/14 I went out to diner by myself this evening. I was a little sad because I didn't really want to eat alone. I went to Outback Steak house on US 19 near Tarpon Springs. It was crowded so I sat at the bar to eat my diner. I was wearing my Navy cap in recognition of Veterans Day and was going to see if they had a special for veterans. They did a blooming onion and free diet coke. I struck up a conversation with the couple sitting next to me. The husband was a Korean War veteran. As we were talking a young male child maybe 8 to 10 yrs old came over tapped me on the shoulder and said thank u for your service. I shook his hand and told him thank you for the acknowledgment then I turn to his mom and gave her the thumbs up sign. The couple and I continued to talk and by now we were talking about our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. As I finished my steak and lobster diner the waitress informed me and the couple sitting next to me that our meals plus desert has already been paid for. The lady wh . ...
My dad a Korean War hero,one of the Chosin Few on Honor Flight to DC war memorials with Gen John Paxton, thnx pop
To all the Veteran's of present and past, I am so incredibly thankful for all of the sacrifices you have all made to protect and serve our country. It is irrelevant whether or not you believe in war, it is a fact that these men and women are asked to sacrifice not just time, not just money, but with their LIVES to a cause all of us care about but most of us are not brave enough (myself included) to protect, our freedom. It is very rare and highly unlikely that any of us "civilians" will ever be asked to sacrifice our lives for a cause, so I think at the very least we owe it them to personally say "thank you" when you encounter a soldier or veteran. This is my dad, though he immigrated here after WWII he served in the Air Force and fought in the Korean War, he was and continues to be the most patriotic person I have ever met. I'm so proud that I was lucky enough to be born to such a man. This is my brother who learned from a very early age to emulate our father. In kindergarten he decided he would graduate ...
“On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, was declared between the Allied nations and Germany in the First World War, then known as “the Great War.” Commemorated as Armistice Day beginning the following year, November 11th became a legal federal holiday in the United States in 1938. In the aftermath of World War Ii and the Korean War, Armistice Day became Veterans Day, a holiday dedicated to American veterans of all wars.” Thank you Lewis & Clark County Deputies, Detentions Officers, Reserve Deputies, Search and Rescue Member, our Veterans!!! LCSO Deputies and Detention Officers: Ken Getz Renae Smith Phil Clark Brad Bragg Matt Reighard Rob Aldridge Jeff Stoltz Brent Colbert Shawn Wittmer John Looney Laurel Bulson Tim Armold Tunde Zimmerman Reserve Deputies: John Borske, Roger Campbell, Zac Campbell, Torrey Carpenter, Rocky Hamper, Ross Hannawalt, Jay Jones, Jorey Johns, Darryl, Reichling. Reserve Deputies currently serving: Za ...
Wofford basketball coach Mike Young revives the dream of a Korean War veteran:
Descendant of World War Ii and Korean War veterans, offspring of a Vietnam vet, and born on a Air Force Base myself...Happy Veterans Day!
Korean War-1950-1953..Thanks to all who served in Korea..This is Puerto Rican National Guard Engineers in Korea, 60th Infantry Regiment.
Thanks to all our Veterans and their families! From left to right - My grandfather, Earnest Earl Deaver - WWI; Uncle Sam Deaver - Korean War - Uncle Harold Deaver WWII - Uncle Clifford Deaver WWII - My nephew, James Dean Deaver, III
Grandfather patrolled the Korean Demilitarized Zone in the Korean War and they had one "scare" but he took a lot of pictures
Thank you Veterans, including my Dad, Bob Mills, who served in the Korean War.
Wow today I was thinking back at so many different important events that happened in my life so far, or knew people who lived through some important events. I was alive when the American civil war turned 100 years old. (1861-1865) As a youth, I knew people from the First World War, and now we are commemorating it's beginning 100 years ago. (1914-1918) I knew so many people from the Second World War and had so many talks with them. Wow, so few of them left now (1939-1945). Same for the Korean War era, (1950-1953) I knew a few vets and have worked with some from the Vietnam War. Just think, I wanted to volunteer for it. What was I thinking of? I am so glad I missed it by one year. (1955-1975). I remember celebrating Canada 100th birthday. 1967 I remember watching on TV the lunar landing in July of 1969 The fall of the Berlin wall 25 years ago. Being alive to see a new century and a new millennium come by... Wow, I am missing a few events in here, but I am sure you get the point. All in all, it might ...
Hi MD5, Tomorrow I will be taking people to the Remembrance Day Ceremony. It is at 10:45am, so meet in the Commons Block at 10:15am to walk over together. This year is the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War One, and Remembrance Day started as a day to commemorate the Armistice on November 11th, 1918. This Day now commemorates the South African War, WWI, WWII, and the Korean War. In these various wars, over 1,500,00 Canadians have served, and more than 118,000 have died. Tomorrow is not just a day off school, but a day to pause and remember, and to keep memory alive.
Just want to say a big Thank You to some special servicemen in my family. My grandfather, Herbert Nash, fought near the Eastern Front in WWI. My father-in-law, James Hardwick, fought in the South Pacific in WWII. My dad was stateside during the Korean War. My cousin, Harry Clinton McGee, was in the Navy, off the coast of Vietnam, my uncle Roger Nash, was stationed in Anchorage, Alaska in the 60's, & luckily, lived through the terrible earthquake there. Currently, my nephew, Colonel Jamey Duncan is stationed in Honolulu, HI. He has served in Kuwait, Iraq,& South Korea. He has always made us so proud. One of the youngest to make Col. His wife Connie also served in the Army. Thank you all for serving your country.
I know Its not Veterans Day yet but..I'm proud to say thank you to my uncles that served in Vietnam..Korean War (the forgotten war)..Desert Storm... you guys are my heroes...I'm very proud to say after 63 and years my uncle finally received his Purple Heart today... and to the Men and women still serving hope you return home safely to your families...I love you all...
Thinking of my dad, James Franklin Easterling, on Veterans Day. US Army - infantry Korean War. Purple Heart.
My aunt Loretta would like to remember her brother who was killed in the Korean War she is always talking about him and would of like to have known him better he was so young. We Love You and miss you.Your family
Dad with his 1st great grandchild and my punkin Ali...Dad's ship the USS Yorktown. I would like to take this time to thank my dad for serving in the Korean war along with all of serviceman past, present and future.USA
My Dad served in the Korean War for 2 years.The most fear I have ever felt is sending an email to the wrong person.Thankful for our Freedom!
Tonight at 6: A disabled Korean War Vet says he woke up in a pool of blood after being knocked unconscious then robbed.
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On the day before Veterans Day, my thoughts are of my cousin, Henry Bailey, who died Nov. 2, 1950, in the battle of Unsan during the Korean War, but also of a college friend, Grant Landis, who committed suicide during Christmas in 1967 in Richland. The last time I saw him he looked depressed. What I didn't know is that he was failing in school and probably would have ended up in the Vietnam War. He was also breaking up with his girlfriend. I always consider him a casualty of the Vietnam War, because of the emotional fear of dying in a distant rice paddy. I salute the efforts of those who served in that war, but I realize that it had profound impacts on how we view the waging of war and the sacrifices made by participants and their families.
To my family members who have honorably served in faithful service to our nation, I say Thank You. From my late Uncles Denver Thomas & Leslie Morris on D-day WWII in the US Army, to my Father- In-Law George Wilkes US Navy WWII and Uncle Pat Engle in post WWII US Army to Uncle Harley Costner at Chosin Reservoir USMC, you fought bravely and honorably and you are not forgotten by your family for your service. My Step Father-In-Law Bill Partenheimer post Korean War to my cousins Ben Taylor, Charles Hornsby US Army, Wayne Allen USAF, and Ed Thomas US Navy and Uncle Sgt Major Retired US Army Joe Ingram during Vietnam you all served honorably under the most difficult circumstances in our nations history. To my Brother-In-Law George Wilkes III S.C. Army & Air National Guard, to my cousins Joey Ingram USMA, Juan Taylor USCG Auxiliary during the Persian Gulf War, and Sgt Chris McCollum US Army Iraq War along with Privates DeWayne Engle USMC and Adam Brand US Army, Thank You for volunteering to serve our nation. I w ...
Calgarian who fought in Korea recalls moment of tenderness. Part One of Calgary Remembers: A Sun special report
My dad served in the Navy for over a decade -- and he was a navigator during the Korean War. His birthday is...
Veterans Day! Proud to be part of a military family. All members of the Army Air Corp and later the Air Force. Grandfather WWII vet, Uncle, Korean War vet, Father Vietnam vet, brother and myself, first Gulf War vet. Proud of all of our serviceman, and women, who sacrifice for their country. Pictures are the C-141B that my Dad and I flew in the Air Force, along with pics of my Uncle and Dad Remember: Thank a Vet!
This is one of my favorite memorials in D.C., because these statues help you feel like you were there, help you to feel the experience of these men. Another part of it are numerous photographs of American Korean War soldiers that are laser etched in the marble facing wall, also a very effective memorial.
Remembrance Day today, thousands of Australians from WWI, WWII and Korean War still with no known grave.
Legacy of local Kamloops Veterans of First and Second World Wars, Korean War and Canada’s military mission in…
Tomorrow as we have for years stop to remember our heroes who tough for our freedoms that we enjoy today! But this Remembers day will also to remember the tragic events that happened to 2 of our heroes right hear at home. For them and our heroes from the past in WW1 WW2 the Korean war and all the other who our serving in today battles Thankyou we will never forget.
Korean war veteran's memorial. Will bring tears to your eyes.
Here are some of the cenotaphs in the Victoria area which hold Remembrance Day ceremonies every November 11: 1. The cenotaph on the lawn of the B.C. Legislature (corner of Belleville and Government Streets) was built with funds raised by a local businessman who lost two sons in the First World War. Warren Colclough Pemberton and Frederick Despard Pemberton , both pilots, died in Europe, one on a training flight and the other under enemy fire. Frederick Bernard Pemberton solicited donations from the public to finance the granite memorial topped by an eight-foot-high bronze figure of a soldier thrusting his bayonet. The memorial is now dedicated to the memory of the war dead of both world wars, the Korean War, and peacekeeping missions. 2. The Saanich cenotaph (Saanich Municipal Hall, 770 Vernon Avenue) was originally unveiled in 1957 in Gore Park on the west side of Shelbourne Street. Councillors voted to move it to the front lawn of the municipal hall in 1970 after the construction of a fast food restaur ...
Calgary tank commander recalls moments of tenderness, mercy in Canada's last major Korean War firefight: For…
My grandfather kicking *** in the Korean War. Happy Veteran's Day to all the *** kickers out there.
I cant explain the joy I felt Sunday at Cross Camp Cowboy Church! This church did the most wonderful tribute to our Vets and to see my Daddy and my Husband up there was just a total blessing! My Daddy is a vet of the Korean War, you know how long ago that was, and he spouted out his serial # like it was yesterday! This church knows what its doing!
So blessed to have been able to celebrate these fine men & woman..some served in Vietnam, World War 2 & the Korean War. They were so grateful for such a small jester.We are all so blessed!!
The United States Marine Corps traces its institutional roots to the Continental Marines of the American Revolutionary War, formed by Captain Samuel Nicholas by a resolution of the Second Continental Congress on 10 November 1775, to raise 2 battalions of Marines. That date is regarded and celebrated as the date of the Marine Corps' birthday. At the end of the American Revolution, both the Continental Navy and Continental Marines were disbanded in April 1783. The institution itself would not be resurrected until 11 July 1798. At that time, in preparation for the Quasi-War with France, Congress created the United States Marine Corps. Marines had been enlisted by the War Department as early as August 1797 for service in the new-build frigates authorized by the Congressional "Act to provide a Naval Armament" of 18 March 1794, which specified the numbers of Marines to be recruited for each frigate. The action between Hornet and Penguin, the final engagement between British and American forces during the War of ...
With Veterans Day just "a wake-up" away, I thought it appropriate, especially after my weekend's activities, to share a little history with you. It is a little history of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. On March 4, 1921, the United States Congress approved the burial of an unidentified soldier who fought and died in World War I. He was buried on a Virginia hillside not far from the Potomac River in the Arlington National Cemetery—a symbol of those who have died to protect our freedoms. In respect, soldiers stand guard to protect his tomb. Intriguing … who was this man? What was his story? Why do soldiers stand guard? What makes today’s solider want to be chosen for this duty? How did this tradition come about? The story begins in France on Memorial Day 1921 when wounded Army Sergeant Edward F. Younger was given the task to choose from four caskets of unknown soldiers to receive this honor. He placed a wreath of white roses on the third casket from the left. The casket was sent to the Capitol Rotu . ...
Operation Whitecoat Gov experimented on US soldiers with Q fever. Veteran served as secret Army lab rat
a 1952 photo of Art in Guam during Korean war.
The appreciation day for Korean ambassador peace medal presentation to Korean war veterans.
We have a Korean War Era Veteran who is in dire need of a gently used washer, lp gas oven and a elec. dryer. His current appliances are from the 1970's. The washer overflows, the gas oven door does not close properly and when he has to slam it shut the pilot goes out, which is a safety hazard. He does not have a dryer and hangs his clothes about his home to dry. If anyone has any gently used appliances they would like to donate or for a very small fee, please contact our office at 327-2858 and ask for Michelle.
Proud to say both my grandfathers fought in the Army. My Grandpa Milton fought in the Korean War and my Grandpa Al in WWII.
My dad, Jack Zentz, right, enlisted in the Navy at age 17 during the Korean War. He passed away 10/13.
NEWS Calgary Bill Kaufmann - For Calgarian Roy Jardine, the Cold War couldn’t have been hotter.
This is probably the most loved man in my family and has been since he married my sister Della over 65 years ago. Bobby Merle Hogue was a member of the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War Era. He served his country with the same honor and devotion that he has served his family. I was named after him and have always felt special having his name. All of his nephews worship the ground that he walks on. Bobby and Della have raised 3 wonderful children, Tanis Renard, Trisha Cauble and a son Troy that was killed in the line of duty while serving in the Texas Highway Patrol as a State Trooper. It's my privilege to honor Bobby as a Veteran of this great country and thank him for his service for all of these years.
While living in DC, we took Dad to visit the Korean War Memorial. These men came over to thank Dad for…
Honoring two special Veterans in our family life. My father-in-law Denio Sanchez and my father Coy Hinson both Korean War Vets.
I wanna get an Early Start I've Had a long history of vets in my family. With Korean War,Vietnam,Desert Storm, and Afghan. :)
1st Marine Division. Air and ground Marines elements support the Korean War effort in 1950.
a big shout out from the first student family in bethlehem,ct to my son Nick Farkash and everyone else who is and has served...Have a great Veterans Day.and cant forget my dad who served in the korean war...thank you all
A pic. of my Dad during the Korean War. Wanted to take a moment to THANK all of our Troops & Veterans this...
I can't imagine being a black American solider during the Civil War, WWI, WWII, Korean, or Vietnam War.
My grandfather passed away today. A Korean War vet and a great man. Semper Fi
Thinking of my Dad today who fought in the Korean war - thanks to all the you matter
Hightlight of the game was undoubtedly 92 yr old pilot Eric Smith dropping the puck, last living man to fly in WW2 & Kore…
Senior Companion enriches life for WWII, Korean War vet and Purple Heart recipient
and while the general Korean loathe japan so much for what they did to them during the war, this group published a textbook for
Falls veteran recalls Second World War, Korean War: He is one of the dwindling number of Canadian Second World War
Korean War soldier to be buried in California - ...
Kids greeting Canadian Veterans of the Korean War in Gapyeong, Korea. Pilgrimage.
It’s a “look we spent $” move without spending $. Go out and sign the Korean power SS after winning a posting war.
dates 1939-1945 & 1950-1953 were added to The CNWM in 1982 to recognize SWW & Korean War
The first S-55 ( YH-19 ) helicopters began operating during the Korean War 1951
I want to see the World War I, World War Ii, Korean War and Vietnam War memorials so bad.
BTS hold a mini fan meeting + officially end promotions for 'War of Hormone'
One of my heroes, my grandfather. Served in the Korean War and still practicing law today ht…
My dad on board USS Pictor during the Korean War.
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Did you know today is More than 7,000 First Nations people served in the First World War, the Second World War, and the Korean War. With Inuit and Métis people included, one Aboriginal Veterans' group estimates that more than 12,000 Aboriginal people served in these wars. Do you know any Veterans who served?
November 12, 1927 - October 24, 2014 James Edward Vargas lived a long and rich life. He was born on November 12, 1927 and entered eternal rest on October 24, 2014. He is survived by his son James Thomas Vargas, his daughter Peggy Vargas and her husband Guy Phillippi, and his grandsons, Max and Nick. He is also survived by his sisters, Isabelle, Emily, and Linda, and brothers Alex, and Richard, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.He was a proud man, proud of being a member of the Casanova and Vargas families; a veteran of the Korean War in the US Navy; and a loving father and brother and a generous grandfather, and great uncle. There was nothing more important to him than his family. He will always be remembered by all of us for his kindness, generosity, creativity and wisdom.Visitation will be held Sunday, November 02, 2014 from 5:00pm-8:00pm with a 6:30pm Rosary at Mission Park Funeral Chapels South. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00am at Holy Name Catholic Church Monday, November 3, 2014. Interm ...
The remains of local soldier who died in the Korean War are finally back home in Rutherford County after 64 years. He's now awaiting burial.
Welcome home, Army Sgt. Cameron Morrison Flack. We lost him in the Korean War. He's now home with his family.
Built by EMD in 1952 for the Army Transportation Corps during the Korean War, with with multi-gauge trucks in cas...
Remains of Rutherford County soldier missing in Korean War coming home for burial: At a country church in Ruth...
Today at noon, a new Korean War monument will be dedicated at Veterans Memorial Park in
ON THIS DATE (23 YEARS AGO) October 25, 1991 - Bill Graham/Wolodia Grajonca (b. January 8, 1931) tragically and sadly died in a helicopter crash, when it hit a 200ft utility tower in Sonoma County, California Born in Berlin, a Holocaust survivor and orphaned, fate eventually took him to America, where he stayed in a foster home in The Bronx in New York City. After being taunted as an immigrant and being called a Nazi because of his German accent, he taught himself a perfect New York accent, graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School, changed his name, and was drafted into the United States Army in 1951, serving in the Korean War, where he was awarded both the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Graham moved from New York to San Francisco in the early 1960s to be closer to his sister, Rita. He was invited to attend a free concert in Golden Gate Park, where he made contact with the San Francisco Mime Troupe, a radical theater group. He gave up a promising business career to manage the troupe in 1965. After Mime Tr ...
KMS students with a Korean War vet at Arlington Cemetery demonstrating how to take a "selfie" with his new iPhone.
Never forget the 65th Infantry Regiment from performance in Korean War.
10/23/2014 08:30 PM CDT Presenter: Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel; Minister of National Defense of the Republic of Korea Han Min Koo; Rear Admiral John Kirby, Press Secretary; Colonel William Weber (Ret.), Korean War Veteran October 23, 2014 Press Briefing by Secretary Hagel and ROK Minister of National Defense Han Min Koo in the Pentagon Briefing Room SECRETARY OF DEFENSE CHUCK HAGEL: Good afternoon. I appreciate this opportunity to welcome Minister Han to the Pentagon. This is his first trip to Washington since he has been minister of defense. So we are particularly pleased to have an opportunity to spend the last two days with Minister Han and his delegation. I also want to acknowledge retired Colonel William E. Weber, a distinguished Korean War veteran who is here today and will receive special recognition from the Korean government. And to you, Colonel Weber, thank you for your service to our country, and what you did and continue to do to strengthen this friendship and this partnership between the ...
The Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce has announced that Walter Dixon is the 2014 Veteran of the Year. A Korean War POW who was wrongly declared dead, Dixon returned to active duty following the Korean War and retired to the Fort Leonard Wood after a military career that included establishing the Drill Sergeant School. PING Chamber Director Cecilia Murray; President Philip Tackett; Past Presidents Michael Dunbar, Steven Lynch.
Having a nice chat with my friend Forrest Spracklin who is currently deployed aboard an aircraft carrier "somewhere in the Pacific Ocean". I stated that when I was deployed, we always heard about how good we had it compared to WW2 and Korean War deployments. I find it hard to believe that I and communicating in real time with him. Technology has come a long way indeed. It took us up to two months to receive a letter from home. One time I DID use HAM radio to talk to Seattle but that was off the coast of Florida during work ups.
The 187th Regimental Combat Team carries out the 1st combat parachute assault of the Korean War, 1950.
Almost every country in the world has its own army. Whose job is to protect the sovereignty of the internal and external enemies. Most of the army in the First World War, Second World War, the Korean War, was even involved in a civil war. In addition to this, the military was directly involved in the war for their country's independence and sovereignty. None of them has played a responsible role, has been blamed for the signs. Top 10 in the world on the basis of the number of troops in the Army. Bangladesh army in 10th position :x wow
IVINS — At the Southern Utah Veterans Home Thursday, Ivins City and City of St. George mayors Chris Hart and Jon Pike presented a proclamation declaring Oct. 16 as Korean Veterans Day and more than 100 Korean War veterans from Utah received an Ambassador of Freedom Medal from the Republic of Korea a…
Neo-Nazi to cut free the slaves of the South Korean people of the Japanese army went to World War Ii has caused a commotion
Did you know that Dr. Edward Miller: -was the first CEO of FBLA-PBL, Inc. -was related to the Walt Disney! -drafted into the army during the Korean War -was an FBLA members at Manatee High School in Bradenton, FL -was an FBLA adviser & principal at Palmetto High School -led the Florida FBLA-PBL state chapter as State Chair -founded numerous successful businesses -was a social escort for Julie Nixon, president's daughter -received his doctorate in education -and founded the FBLA Middle division
I have been informed of a law by the Veteran Affairs Admin that I was totally unaware of and I think is very wrong! My husband who was a veteran of the Korean war passed away in April. The girls and I scattered some of his remains over the garden and the sea as were his wishes and I chose to keep the rest in a nice urn at home to be buried with me when I go. I applied for the veterans marker, which I had assumed was a given for all vets, so I could get it placed on our cemetery lot. However, I received a letter on Fri from the "Department of Veteran Affairs" that by law, he is not eligible for a government furnished headstone and that they are denying my request because I indicated that his remains have not been buried. I can appeal but I never imagined that I would have to!! Is anyone else aware of this law?
The Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star was the first jet fighter used operationally by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF). Designed and built by Lockheed in 1943 and delivered just 143 days from the start of the design process, production models were flying but not ready for service by the end of World War Ii. Designed with straight wings, the type saw extensive combat in Korea with the United States Air Force (USAF) as the F-80. America's first successful turbojet-powered combat aircraft, it helped usher in the "Jet Age" in the USAF, but was outclassed with the appearance of the swept-wing transonic MiG-15 and quickly replaced in the air superiority role by the transonic North American F-86 Sabre. The F-94 Starfire, an all-weather interceptor on the same airframe, also saw Korean war service. The closely related T-33 Shooting Star trainer would remain in service with the U.S. Air Force and Navy until the 1970s and many still serve in a military role or are in private hands. Design and development The XP- ...
Due to a bank robbery in December of 1956, Albemarle was thrust into the national spotlight. Leroy Shadrick, from West Virginia, attempted to rob the Home Savings and Loan Association. During the robbery a teller screamed and ran out of the building. Shadrick, now scared as well, ran from the building and dropped his gun in the process. Pete Furr, an off duty fireman who happened to be nearby, picked up the gun and gave chase. He caught Shadrick and held him until police arrived. While being questioned by the authorities, Shadrick revealed that he had been released from prison the previous week. He had been in a motel in Winston-Salem and had tossed a coin on a map of North Carolina to determine where to rob a bank. The coin fell on Albemarle. Shadrick continued by saying that he was desperate, married and that his brother was one of the first casualties in the Korean War. At some point after this, local reporter Fred Morgan was allowed to interview Shadrick. The story that was revealed was quite a surpri ...
“The marine and the kitten, Korean War, 1952
Reckless was a Korean War hero horse bought off a race track for $250 to carry ammunition to the guns and wounded men back to base camp. She served as a Marine in the years 1952-1953 and was taught to protect herself from incoming fire by crouching lower to the ground. She also walked between …
Susan Whitman sitting with a 26 year Navy veteran of the Korean War era.
On this day in 1950, China sends troops across the Yalu River to attack American troops in the Korean War.
Spent yesterday as a part of Honor Flight escorting WWII and Korean Vets to the Memorials in Washington DC. 7 different Honor Flights were there from around the country with approximately 600/700 Vets. Talk about a humbling veteran served in WWII, Korea and Vietnam! The stories I heard from him and from other veterans were pretty amazing…one man was as a B-17 Bombadier, another was in the Battle of Porkchop Hill during the Korean War, while another vet I met, from the Oregon Honor Flight, flew with Jimmy Doolittle! Greatest Generation for sure!! If you ever have the opportunity to participate in your area for Honor Flight I highly recommend it!! Awesome experience and great day! Thanks Matt!!
Learning to Bite the Bullet: South Korean Author Tells Story of Mother’s Strength in Time of War
"The marine and the kitten, Korean War, 1952
The Korean Peninsula remains in a technical state of war because the 1950-53 Korean War ended with an armistice, not a peace treaty.
Here's little tidbit from Sgt Mom's book, Aging with Spirituality and Humor. Here she reminisces about her journey down to Boot Camp after being surprised by the start of Korean War. 25 year old Mom was not expecting that to happen so quickly after signing on the dotted line... "I was told you just had to pass a physical to be accepted, and people dropped out all the time for good reasons, e.g. job changes, sickness, moving, whatever. All true, BUT ... not if you join a week before the start of the Korean War! I was put on a train for Parris Island, and without a shoulder bag. {Mom desperately wanted that nice leather bag you got for joining.} It was a long ride to South Carolina. I kept my spirits up anticipating the warm reception we would receive from the 1st Sergeant. I had heard that she was from Boston. I presumed she would be thrilled to welcome girls from 'home'. What surprises would she have in store for us? I soon found out--she had the grimmest facial expression I had ever seen. It took a while ...
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Koreas 'exchange fire over border': … at war since the 1950-53 Korean War ended in an armistice rather …
Oct 19-1512 – Martin Luther becomes a doctor of theology (Doctor in Biblia) 1789 – Chief Justice John Jay is sworn in as the first Chief Justice of the United States. 1917 – The Love Field in Dallas is opened. 1950 – The People's Republic of China joins the Korean War by sending thousands of troops across the Yalu River to fight United Nations forces. 1960 – Cold War: The United States government imposes a near-total trade embargo against Cuba, which remains in effect today. 1984 – Roman Catholic priest from Poland, Jerzy Popiełuszko, associated with the Solidarity union, was murdered by three agents of the Polish communist internal intelligence agency. 2003 – Mother Teresa is beatified by Pope John Paul II. Mother Teresa Day
David Gregory, Highway 1125, Bowie, Texas 76230 HORSEFEATHERS © 2998 FM October 17, 2014 Honor Flight As a veteran of WW2 I was selected to go on Honor Flight Fort Worth, Texas. Additionally I was permitted to take my son, Mike Gregory with me as my guardian. We left DFW on an American Airline 747 at 6:45 Tuesday, October 14 and arrived at Dulles International, Washington DC in less than three hours. Mike and I had been to a Meet and Greet meeting in Fort Worth two weeks before. We were given caps, T shirts and red jackets lettered WW2 Veteran with stars and stripes and instructed to wear them on the flight and tours in DC. I had planned to stuff the legs of my Wranglers into the tops of my tall red top boots and wear my black hat to preserve my “I’m from Texas” look. That went out the window. We spent the night at a motel near the airport and their shuttle bus took us to the airport. Arriving a little before any of the others in our party, we were greeted by a crowd of people running to sha ...
“The marine and the kitten, Korean War, 1952 thatd be me if i was in WWII
How North Korea Became So Isolated: … after the end of the Korean War.€ (Korean Central News Agency...
this was the Korean War Memorial. The Vietnam memorial was nearby. It's a wall with names of people who died.
In and Around Park Forest Week of October 13, 2014: … Screaming” by Jim Leedy, a Korean War veteran...
Learn Our History Today: On October 14, 1890, United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower was born near Denison, Texas. Eisenhower graduated from the Military academy at West Point, New York in 1915, and then proceeded to embark on an extraordinary military career. Most famously, Eisenhower served as the supreme commander of allied forces in Europe during World War Ii, leading or taking part in the assaults on North Africa, France, and Germany. After the war, He served as president of Columbia University before becoming President of the United States, beating out Democrat Adlai Stevenson. During his presidency, which lasted two terms, Eisenhower ended the Korean War, managed the developing Cold War and checked the spread of communism, and created the interstate highway system. After departing the White House, Eisenhower continued to be active and involved in the Republican Party until his death on March 28, 1969 of heart failure.
USAustralia = Korean War, Vietnam War, Iraq War one and two, Afghanistan War, ISIS War. USAustralia always involved in the USA's Wars of Design and Choice. Australia = USAustralia.
Honor Flight takes WWII, Korean War veterans from Tuscaloosa to nation's capital...
South Korea was among the poorest countries in the world after the Korean War (1950~53)
Free Dental Care for Vets on Veterans Day! On November 11th at 7am Dr. Joan Laura will be a hero in her own right. She is opening the doors to her dental practice for free dental care to any vet who walks in through her doors. This will be Dr. Laura's third year helping vets, and she couldn't be more proud. "My parents instilled a strong sense of patriotism in each of their kids." This due to the fact that her father, the late Dr. John Laura... also a dentist served in the Korean war and her Grandfather, Anthony Ross, was a World War 1 vet. Each vet can choose either a cleaning, a filling or an extraction. They simply need to bring proof of their status and complete a short medical history form. The office is located at Eastwood Dental, 2326 James Street, Syracuse, NY. No eligible patient will be turned away. Dr. Laura would love to exceed the 32 patients she cared for last year. For any questions to the office call, (315) 438-3 (Info provided by: Syracuse Army Recruiting Battalion)
DMZ Train. The Gyeongwon Line, the train line that runs between Seoul and North Korea’s city of Wonsan in the northern part of Gangwon-do, was built in 1914 and was later disconnected when Korea was divided. Korail launched their second DMZ Train on August 1, 2014 to celebrate the train line’s 100th year. The Gyeongwon Line takes visitors from Seoul Station to Baengmagoji Station, the northernmost station. Meanwhile, the Gyeongui Line, which opened in May this year, runs from Seoul Station to Dorasan Station. The lead car’s design inspiration came from a rusty steam locomotive while the interior is decorated with pinwheels and mugunghwa (Korea’s national flower). The Road to Baengmagoji The DMZ Train has three cars, each designed with a different theme and with a different message. The Peace Car (lead car) has a rusty steam locomotive motif, conjuring up images of hope and memories of the past. The other two cars are decorated with images of people from across the globe holding hands, symbolizing ...
Well I was sitting at my gate at Reagan National Airport in Wash DC the other day and couldn't help but notice these dapper folks in spats, pin-stripes, anchors away dresses. Then some catchy swing music came on strong and a bunch of WWII vets landed at our gate. They came off the plane beaming, giving autographs and taking a turn on the spontaneous dance floor. I came to learn all of this is sponsored by a non-profit group called the Honor Flight Network. They bring all kinds of U.S. war veterans to D.C. to tour the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the National World WarII Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, and other memorial sites, such as Arlington National Cemetery. Any vet in America can qualify and is brought in absolutely gratis, but they are especially concentrating these days on WWII vets as the youngest of these individuals who served are now 85 years old. As a matter of fact, an astounding 640 WWII vets die every single day. By the way, I learned on their web site ( that oth ...
Very humbling experience while traveling today. From Little Rock, I boarded a plane with 90 veterans from WW2, Korean War and Viet Nam war, and their chaperones who were returning from their Honor Flight from DC. I had the privilege of sitting with a veteran from the Korean War. To all of you, I say THANK YOU!
Estimates of North Korean dead in the Korean war: 1.6M. American dead: 38,000. Had we just nuked PyongYang, far fewer than 1.6M North Koreans would have died – and NO Americans. The morally correct choice was nuclear weapons. Estimates of North Vietnamese and VC dead in the Vietnam War: 2M. American dead: 58,000. Had we used nuclear weapons on Hanoi in 1963, far fewer than 2M enemy, and zero American dead. The morally correct choice: Nuclear weapons.
Did you know the Blue Angels F/A-18 Hornets can be made combat ready in about 72 hours? This footage was recorded when the Blue Angels were ordered on combat-ready status in 1950 during the start of the Korean War. Can you name the jet fighter flown by the Blues in this video?
Does anyone else find it a little unnerving that Kim Jong Un has disappeared from the publics eye?! My Uncle Clair who fought in the Korean War always said keep your eye on North Korea. I really miss my uncle and good long talks.
World War 1, Vietnam, and Korean wars all were raged without religion.
Mark Soldier Wolf returned to Wyoming from the Korean War to find an enemy closer to home via
Can you believe many World War Ii, Korean War veterans don't get a chance to visit the memorials built in their honor? The Heartland Honor Flight changed that yesterday, with the help of KMBC 9 News Kansas City viewers. Enjoy this first round of photos from the trip:
Hickey & Son Funeral Home, Monticello, KY Delmer George Corder Visitation Thursday from 5 to 9 at the Funeral Home and Friday from 12 to 2 at the Church Funeral 2PM Friday at Faith United Baptist Church Interment Upper Turkey Creek Baptist Church Born December 22, 1928 Died October 7, 2014 Delmer George Corder, age 85 was born in the Ritner community of Wayne County, December 22, 1928, the son of the late Steve and Janie Young Corder. He departed this life, Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at the Jean Waddle Hospice Care Unit in Somerset. On July 9, 1953 he united in marriage with Thelma Jean Worley Corder who survives. To this union two sons were born: Johnny Dell Corder who passed away at the age of 10 and Thomas Gene Corder who survives with his wife Brenda: and son Dylan Corder. Also surviving is his only sister: Wilma and her husband Fred Tucker with several nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends to mourn his passing. He is preceded in death by his sisters: Gladys McDonald, Reba Simpson, Imogene W ...
I need good books for Korean War ugh
Wilbert D. Saylor, Westinghouse manager, veteran of WWII and Korean War RIP. My dad worked with you at Westinghouse.
Ban Ki Moon: I understand displacement because I was one of them. I was a displaced person during the Korean War
Still are a few tickets for tomorrow's WWII - Korean War veterans gala.
Had no idea the about dev ops would start off with a Korean War F86 v MiG15 comparison
or what economic might china had when they defeated US in korean war.
Korean War Memorial. I love the say this was designed.
John T. Downey, CIA agent captured by China during the Korean War : The story of the longest held American POW.
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Made a massacre and rape a lot of comfort women during the war Korean military and Chinese military.
The design to fix the historically inaccurate Ross Co. Korean War Memorial has been unveiled.
Some good information here for families of veterans of the Korean War.
10/08/1950: With US moving north, China requested weapons from Russia to enter the Korean War to aid North Korea.
Thanks to the Tuscaloosa Rotary Club for sponsoring their FIFTH Honor Flight for World War Ii, Korean and Vietnam...
The Korean war was in 1950 and there was no Japanese army then
My first day off is being spent with WWII and Korean War veterans. I love Honor Flight!
The Duke of Gloucester will unveil the Korean War Memorial at Victoria Embankment Gardens, London on 3rd December.
"The war was called a police action just like the Korean War.": The misunderstood Vietnam War -
81-year-old Bloomingdale man receives high school diploma.
One of the main features of Imjingak Park, this war monument called Korean War Veterans Memorial is a…
How do ramifications of war continue to play out long after ceasefire is declared? Find out:
used by the Japanese military during the World War Ii, South Korean[and Chinese consider it to be offensive.' (4/4)
Honored 2 b havng lunch with vets from the Korean and Vietnam War era - we all r flag holders - - im feeling so USMC 2day -
Learn about our lost war heroes: The Borinqueneers; Puerto Ricans who fought in the Korean war
I was always humbled when the Vietnam Vets or a Korean War Vet would say at the VA, "Welcome Home." (Firm handshake)
Just had a brief, but fascinating conversation with a Korean War veteran who served aboard the USS Shelton (DD-790).
When will you ever get to hear from an & Korean War 11/1 at
Korean War veterans in Cape Breton give to The Salvation Army as final act of local chapter. Thank you. Story:
spent the day touching up a Korean War veteran’s home in Cincinnati.
10-08-2014. I went to the Korean War Memorial. i was emotional seeing all those images of war and…
Honor Flight to take WWII and Korean War veterans on Oct. trip - (subscription)
EWSC/EWU ROTC Alum Jerry Mellick is at the Spokane International Airport escorting his WWII / Korean War Veteran...
John Becker of with Frank Jones, 90, veteran of WWII and Korean War.
Korean War was explicitly internationalist on both sides
On a less transparently specious note - Korean War could be a good example, but again, was UN vs North Korea...
My grandfather was aboard during the Korean war, that's where the photo's came from. He was also in Suez but another ship.
the Soviet Union, & the War: From an Abortive Air War Plan to a Wartime Relationship (2002)
This OTR radio episode just referred to the Korean War as "the United Nations police action in Korea."
If you include World War Ii, the Korean War, the Cold War with the Soviet Union, the Vietnam War, and the “War on Terror” that began in 2001 and continues to this day, the United States has been at war for 61 of the last 73 years. For most of the last thirty of them we’ve relied on an “all volunteer” army, which is “volunteer” only in the sense that young people have taken these jobs because they were among the best they could get. As we move into another phase of the war on terror, isn’t it time we reinstituted national service? Two years in the armed service or in service to America in some other capacity, required of every young American. It would remind all young people of their obligations to our society, and remind many upper-income Americans of the personal costs and risks of foreign policy. What do you think?
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