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143d Field Artillery Korea  Popular

A site about the 143d Field Artillery, 40th Infantry Division during the Korean War. Site includes the history of the 143d and the 40th, stories from 143d veterans, and many pictures.
Added on: 17-Jul-2002 | hits: 1158
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15th Field Artillery Regiment  Popular

On 15 July 1950, the 15th Field Artillery (FA) Battalion (Bn) landed at Pusan, Korea, as an integral part of the 2nd Infantry Division (ID).
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1273
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17th Bomb Wing Korea  Popular

The purpose of this page is to commemorate those often unheralded but intrepid youg men who fought the B-26 Marauder(medium bomber) in WWII and the B-26 Invader (light bomber) during the Korean War.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1897
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293rd Army Band Unofficial Home Page  Popular

This Band was active during the occupation of Japan following World War II and during the Korean War. It was deactivated in early 1956 and its members were absorbed into the 1st Cavalry Division Band then stationed at Camp Drake, Japan.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 2149
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2nd Infantry Division (2id), Korean War Veterans Alliance  Popular

We are a non-profit all Korean War veteran organization. The purpose of this site is to provide service to our members by keeping them advised of past, present and future events.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 2609
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424th Field Artillery Battalion  Popular

12th Annual Reunion coming up!
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1539
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70th Heavy Tank Battalion  Popular

To honor our veterans and to help locate former members of the 70th Heavy Tank Battalion who served during and after the Korean War.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1682
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92nd Armored Field Artillery - Korea  Popular

Dedicated To The Men Of The Red Devil Battalion.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1489
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9th Infantry Regiment - Korea  Popular

Korea 1950-53.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1805
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Black Combat Units - Korean War  Popular

The Korean War (1950 to 1953) was the last American conflict involving segregated units of the arced forces.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1270
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EASY COMPANY - 180th INFANTRY, 45th Infantry Division  Popular

A National Guard Div from Oklahoma, the 45th US Div was called into active service on 1 Sep 1950. It received fillers and began an intensive training program on 6 Nov 1950 at Camp Polk, LA. Under the command of Brig Gen James C. Styron since activation, the Div arrived overseas in April 1951 with the dual mission of providing security for Hokkaido, Japan, and completing its training. On 18 Nov, the Div was alerted for movement to Korea.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1274
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Kilroy Was Here  Popular

The most comprehensive and readable WWII and Korean war site on the web.
Added on: 07-Mar-2003 | hits: 1622 | Rating: 7 (3 Votes)

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Korea Veteran Support - 1st Cav. Div. 9th Cav. Rgt. Korea - 1959  Popular

I hope to provide you with information both on site, and with links, to give as much information as you would ever hope to find about the Famous 1st Cavalry Division, and specifically the 9th Cavalry Regiment as both pertain to their deployment in Korea since the "truce" was signed on 27 July 1953.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1362
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Korean War Educator  Popular

A massive, graphics-intensive website that is entirely devoted to educating the public about the Korean War. Memoirs, casualty information, history, buddy search, photographs, links, oral history project, and so much more!
Added on: 06-Apr-2002 | hits: 2301
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Korean War Project  Popular

The Korean War Project originally began in 1979 as part of a family history. The founder is Hal Barker, a photojournalist, writer, designer/inventor/journeyman carpenter, a graduate of North Carolina State University in History, and founder of the Korean War Veterans Memorial Trust Fund in Washington, D.C., administered by the American Battle Monuments Commission. We have been online since February 1995, providing a service to veterans, families, researchers, and students of military history.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1470
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MEMORIES OF KOREA  Popular

This short record of my military service was written for my five children. Some of the notes are from memory; most are from a diary I kept while in Korea.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1003
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Second ( Indianhead) Division Association  Popular

Our Second (Indianhead) Division Association has 6000 members, some were there when the Division was formed in France in 1917 and some are on active duty in Korea and Ft Lewis WA today.
Added on: 26-Aug-2001 | hits: 1567
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The Forgotten War. . . . Korea  Popular

Brief history of the Korean War. Allied paericipation; photo galleries; news for veterans
Added on: 09-Jul-2004 | hits: 772
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