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Here's a link to a Facebook page which is all about those who served in the 2nd (Hawk) Missile Bn of the 71st Air Defense Artillery in Korea. Check it out and add your photos and experiences to the page. You may find someone you know there.
I was at 2/44th at Camp Howard DSP in 1977. I wish I had a yearbook.
Landed in Korea February 1964 and was assigned as a Fire Control Operator at Camp Kaiser for about six months in the generator section under a Spec/Sgt (?) ...last name... Garcia section and then I was transferred to Camp Jonathan Williams and became CWAC operator for the rest of my tour.... Check my my websites at www.soulsvillegroup.com and www.americansoul.us for updated info... Hope to hear from some of my comrades from back then especially the medic his name might have been Bristol. He took some pictures. I have no memorabilia from then. I hope some remembers me :)Also Frank Thompson who stayed in the service went through Hawk School with me. We turned out to be good buddies back then and spent part of tour in the same unit together... Shoutouts to him if anyone knows him...
I was at D 2/71 16D Crew chief, and worked in training NCO position. Don't know for sure when all were there but if you remember me just give shout out.
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I was stationed at D 2/71 78-79 and 80-81. Never did like the ride up to tac site. The ride down was even worse. Highest tac site in the world with very little space. Don't miss it one bit.
I was at D btry 2nd Bn 71 ADA Camp Hill in late 71 to Oct 72 16E fcc. Also was company driver. Drove the "slab"almost daily I liked delta battery cause you were many days above the clouds. Exquisite views. Would appreciate if someone could tell me the name of the village near the compound(Camp Hill)
I remember the village below the compound was Koyang-ni. I have only found it on Mapcarta, and I'm not even sure it points me to the right location. I was at HHB the first six months, then transferred to Delta Btry as Btry Clerk.
When were you stationed there. I worked as training NCO, and company clerk as well as working on site as crew chief when needed. Worked for 1SG Cato. Like to here from you.
Your name sounds familiar. SSG Bill Phillips when there. I worked in training room, on site when needed, and then took over as company clerk when John left. I was there when the truck when over with some of our guys in it. Like to hear back from you.
Larry when were you at D Btry.
I was there 72-73; transferred in from HHB (?) late 72 and stayed the rest of my tour (about 6 months). 1SG Joe Marshall was Bn S2, then took over at D Btry. He "recruited" me from the Bn S1 shop to come up and replace Karl Riggs as Btry Clerk. I was a good soldier for a while, then went the way of so many young men at the time. (Anybody who was there knows what I mean!)
was there also as 31M radio relay - not feeling to good this past year hope with the new ruling VA can help but dates are still Aug 71 but no more unit qualification is needed as of last month -- welcome Home Brothers. I remember a Pat Paterson from Cailf? we put a duce&1/2 off a bridge summer of 72 with mailman name
I was station there 81 for a short period the tac site closed I was in hospital at the time I was then sent to camp red cloud do you know why the site was closed Debraivory140@yahoo.com
I held the como sgt. place. my had a broke leg.... i spent Christmas up there on TAC site. Hated the walk..
I was there may 1973- may 1974 .I was military police sentry dog handler.spec4
Paul Christy . Delta battery did have a great view , road was bad in winter .
we rolled a truck over on it's side right where the road leveled out and the
rice paddies began , driver and guys up front were checking out a playboy mag.