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#2590038 - 09/19/08 05:00 PM Re: STICKY: Placing a face with a name *** [Re: Tom_Weiss]  
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Originally Posted By: Thomas DW
not my favorite uniform at all frown


The sight of these wehrmacht and red army uniforms makes me a bit sick to my stomach too.
mad


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#2590040 - 09/19/08 05:04 PM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: LukeFF]  
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 Originally Posted By: LukeFF
2 for the price of 1:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v258/LukeFF/Backyard2.jpg

Me in the middle and RSColonel_131st on the right, at my parent's place this August. That's his girlfriend, who decided to tag along.


Colonel's girlfriend reminds me of Elizabeth Banks (Seabiscuit,Spider-man).


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#2590046 - 09/19/08 05:14 PM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: PanzerMeyer]  
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 Originally Posted By: PanzerMeyer
Oh crap Vulgarity, you look like a cast member from THX-1138!


I thought he looked like a very young George Burns.


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#2590048 - 09/19/08 05:18 PM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: ]  
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Here I am happy to get my picture taken because the photographer made my glasses crooked so there would be no flash in my glasses lenses. I'm smiling there too.


You look a bit like a young J.T. Walsh. ("A Few Good Men")


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#2590243 - 09/19/08 09:58 PM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: Vertigo1]  
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 Originally Posted By: PV
I was thinking of Durant from "Darkman".


Wasn't he in the movie Black Hawk Down? \:D

#2602214 - 10/10/08 11:40 PM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: Stormtrooper]  
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#2606262 - 10/27/08 04:46 PM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: xddorox]  
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Sorry,but these are all real old.
Probably the winter of 1982-83,when I was stationed in Alamogordo,New Mexico.
I'm the one throwing the kick.

Here's another,at a barbecue in Korea,circa 1984:


Osan Air Base,Republic of Korea,1Feb82





#2608235 - 10/30/08 06:51 PM Re: STICKY: Placing a face with a name [Re: MarkG]  
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#2608272 - 10/30/08 08:07 PM Re: STICKY: Placing a face with a name [Re: bubbazanetti]  
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#2608390 - 10/31/08 12:02 AM Re: STICKY: Placing a face with a name [Re: 20mm]  
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In da flesh bucko !! ... that ain't no Soli though .... hmmm ...

Thanks old pal seehearspeak

#2608570 - 10/31/08 11:39 AM Re: STICKY: Placing a face with a name [Re: bubbazanetti]  
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Are those...LEATHER pants??? jawdrop


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#2608581 - 10/31/08 11:59 AM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: REB63]  
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Originally Posted By: REB63
Osan Air Base,Republic of Korea,1Feb82






I didn't know you served over there, REB. I used to live a bit to the north and east of Osan for a while in the 70s--a bit too close to the DMZ for comfort. I thank you for your service.


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#2609254 - 11/01/08 04:28 PM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: goon]  
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"I didn't know you served over there, REB. I used to live a bit to the north and east of Osan for a while in the 70s--a bit too close to the DMZ for comfort. I thank you for your service."

Hi Shan-I was actually stationed at Kadena AB,Okinawa.
We had an Alert Duty commitment to Osan AB,Korea.
We kept 3 F-15C's fully loaded at all times-AIM-7's,AIM-9's,and 920 rounds of 20 mike-mike for the Gatling gun,if memory serves.
The North would periodically violate the airspace over the DMZ,in order to test our response time.
I'd imagine we may have done the same to them,as well.
My father was in the U.S. Army,in the Korean War.He's 82 now,and still has the occasional nightmare.
Thanks for the thanks-you are welcome.

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My thanks as well REB.

goon,
Nice pic. I think Ted's legs are longer than yours... smile


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#2610037 - 11/03/08 01:47 PM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: REB63]  
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Originally Posted By: REB63
My father was in the U.S. Army,in the Korean War.He's 82 now,and still has the occasional nightmare.
Thanks for the thanks-you are welcome.


The main reason that South Korea is a thriving republic these days is men like you and your father. I hope he can at least find some solace in that fact. My family's village was in the direct path of the Marines' landing at Inchon and subsequent thrust to Seoul. The Marines are revered because their liberation of the village marked the last battle the villagers experienced though the war dragged on for two more years. The food and medical supplies provided by the U.S. armed forces also prevented starvation during those times.

Isn't it weird that a peninsula can get so cold in the winter and so hot in the summer? Korea is a geographical oddity.

A funny anecodote: My family members who grew up during the time of the war loved the U.S. Army and Marines. But they feared the U.S.A.F. because the planes seemed to bomb everything without rhyme or reason. After observing the reactions of the ground pounders to Close Air Support, they were perplexed to see that EVERYONE feared the U.S.A.F. hahaha


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#2611526 - 11/05/08 08:14 PM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: shan2]  
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Osan/Inchon is considered far south when you're stationed in Tong Du Chon!


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#2612125 - 11/06/08 07:00 PM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: Vertigo1]  
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LOL!

I remember visiting the DMZ in 1990 and seeing the tunnels. That was a, "You've gotta be frickin' kidding me!" moment.


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#2613154 - 11/08/08 02:56 AM Re: Placing a face with a name [Re: shan2]  
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PV, you were at Tong Du Chon (TDC)? What unit ? TDC to Toko-Ri through Blue Lancer Valley; Camp Casey to Camp Hovey.

When I was there (Camp Hovey - Toko-Ri) 76-78 I was with 1-38th Inf - The Rock Of The Marne at Camp Hovey for about 6 months. The rest was DMZ.


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Shan, some of those tunnels were big. I mean big enough to drive a truck through.

Did you ever see Chinese Tunnel through the mountains up to the DMZ near Nightmare Range ? That is impressive too. What I always found amazing was all the railroad and road cuts through the mountains/hills had several huge square concrete blocks up on Y pillars. All ready for demolition to drop them in the cuts. The last 20 miles of South Korea up to the DMZ was pretty much all prepared Battle Positions. Mountains/hills all had trench lines and bunkers. The bunkers had machinegun mounts concreted in place with range cards painted on the concrete. All you had to do was drop yoiur MG in and you were ready to go. The DMZ is amazing. Miles of wire fences with another fence 1o meters behind it. Minefields galore. As new officers there, you learned to navigate your night patrols very accurately. And stay to the time schedule you were assigned.


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