175th Signal co. Kontum
I was with the 175th Signal Company as a motor pool mechanic from 1970 to 1971. Anyone that was there by that time may contact me to email@example.com
Trying to find some people from the CLSC-K detachment in Yongsan... I served as NCOIC there from 1992 to 1994. firstname.lastname@example.org
January 1965--The only time in may life that I was Sick for 14 days. You gota give those Navy boys some credit.!!! Ha
3 Stripe Sergeant Technician 4th Grade
I am an original 275th Signal Corps Member, who served in WW2.
If you youngsters want some history, email me via
my daughter's email, under which I am registered.
euric millen sp/4
comcenter spec left june 1966 remember a co worker with similar name ralph dierberger rem sargent roman,sar creeden,sargent miller,spec
i was a atc in opr next to 275 co,office. i was a katusa from 80 to 84. i know who mr. park is. my buddies and i viewed many movies by 8mm projecter in opc on our shift. if someone had tipped it off to MP, we should have went to hell. when i was there, there were 2civilian cooks and a katusa cook... More
I served with the 275th Signal Company from 1983 to 1986, I supervised and was the NCOIC of the Young San switchboard. looking for old friends?
my email address is email@example.com.
275th/257th Signal Co. Camp des Loges
When I arrived at CDL in Jan 1962 we were the 275th, early in 1963 we became the 257th. I left Camp des Loges in May 64. Would like to hear from anyone ( wire or radio section) from that era. Walt Bollech firstname.lastname@example.org
PIER 4 Brooklyn, ny to Bremerhaven, GE
14 days of fun. 1964
My mother, aunt, father and grandfather were all stationed in Fontainbleu France in the 1960's please see blog and tell me if you recognize any of these men. Thanks in advance.