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Thank you for visiting Camp Blue Lancer Valley, Korea.   We hope your adventure has been a pleasant one.  You are invited to sign the BLV Rollbook.  Please feel free to comment on your experience--SP4 Martinez

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Message Number: 241 - Awaiting approval
Message Number: 240 - Friday, July 18, 2014 13:25:51 MST
[IP = 174.54.2.77] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Sgt Major Warren S. Eichelberger
Grade and Duty Corps/Branch of Service:  Army
Duty Years in Korea or in Military:  1964-1965
Comments:

Hello, I am Warren's daughter and he does not do the computer, we were talking and I would like some people to find out if anyone knows these people and if these people or you could call my father or contact him. He is looking for a Jack J. Coffey and John E. Wolley, and Charles Hawk, my dad is 84 years old now and his 2nd wife just died, he is really looking to find these people to just share old times with, I am trying to locate these people myself, he is in the 1965 year book. His address is 3367 Coseytown Rd,Greencastle Pa 17225 or his phone number is 717-597-7075. He is kinda hard of hearing, so please understand. I hope someone can please help him, it would mean a lot for him, or if you can send him a letter or picture ect. It would mean a lot for him. Thank you so much. I didn't put much details in the format, for I just found this website on my own for him. He does not do the internet, he is old schooled--SGM Warren S. Eichelberger~~ericpaylor@comcast.net


Message Number: 239 - Sunday, June 8, 2014 16:48:28 MST
[IP = 75.19.121.133] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Roy Yeany
Grade and Duty Corps/Branch of Service:  PFC ARMY
Duty Years in Korea or in Military:  58-59
Unit (Co, Bn, Btry, Arty, Div, etc):  CO B 2ND BATTLE GROUP 12TH CAV
Camp or Military Installation:  BLUE LANCER VALLEY
Comments:

GUNNER 81 MORTAR WEAPONS PLAT


Message Number: 238 - Sunday, June 1, 2014 13:01:11 MST
[IP = 72.188.31.147] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Tom Adamski (ski)
Grade and Duty Corps/Branch of Service:  E5 Army
Duty Years in Korea or in Military:  1962 1963
Unit (Co, Bn, Btry, Arty, Div, etc):  2nd Hq company 12 cav 1st cav
Camp or Military Installation:  Blue Lancer
Comments:

I was the cook that made the best chow you guys ever ate. I even cooked on the USNS Gaffey. Do you remember the typhoon in the Sea of Japan we were in? At this age I think of being there all the time and the cold. I hate getting old. I was looking for Sargent Haney and Bull, the company driver--Tom Adamski~~~tadamski39@aol.com


Message Number: 237 - Wednesday, May 28, 2014 19:07:24 MST
[IP = 71.220.184.185] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Felix Castro
Grade and Duty Corps/Branch of Service:  SP4 Medic
Duty Years in Korea or in Military:  1965-66
Unit (Co, Bn, Btry, Arty, Div, etc):  2ndBn38th Inf
Camp or Military Installation:  Blue Lancer Valley
Comments:

Thanks Julio still enjoy even though I have read the entire book just going back to some of the pages to re-think the past.


Message Number: 236 - Thursday, May 1, 2014 13:00:28 MST
[IP = 69.244.141.195] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Michael Hancock
Grade and Duty Corps/Branch of Service:  SP4
Duty Years in Korea or in Military:  13 months 3 years
Unit (Co, Bn, Btry, Arty, Div, etc):  A 2/9
Camp or Military Installation:  Camp McGovern and Camp Coursen
Comments:

Imjin Scout 1967. My unit a 2/9 guarded the building of the barrier fence. My tent was north of freedom bridge. Before they were building our new base north of the Imjin. McGovern and Coursen was too far away for our quick action force we needed to be. I also have a 1966 Yearbook of the 2/9 on pdf if anyone is interested. With my mug & a lot of pics of our stay on the Z.--Mike Hancock Oct66 - Nov67 ~~~mr.michaelhancock@gmail.com


Message Number: 235 - Tuesday, April 22, 2014 04:37:51 MST
[IP = 72.49.132.78] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Robert Johnson
Grade and Duty Corps/Branch of Service:  SP4 U.S. Army
Duty Years in Korea or in Military:  1964 - 1965
Unit (Co, Bn, Btry, Arty, Div, etc):  545th MP Co., 1st Cavalry Division
Camp or Military Installation:  North Camp Custer
Comments:

I always thought BLV was the most beautiful place in Korea.--Robert Johnson~~~r7.2kv46@yahoo.com


Message Number: 234 - Saturday, March 15, 2014 19:22:57 MST
[IP = 70.246.233.169] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Jerry Brown
Grade and Duty Corps/Branch of Service:  E-3 E-1 E-2 E-3
Duty Years in Korea or in Military:  June 1965 - July 1966
Unit (Co, Bn, Btry, Arty, Div, etc):  C Co 1st Bn 38th Inf 2nd Inf Div
Camp or Military Installation:  Camp Reddick
Comments:

Korea was one hell of an experience for an 18-year-old kid who had only been shaving 8 months on a daily schedule.--Jerry Brown~~~jerryb123@sbcglobal.net


Message Number: 233 - Saturday, March 1, 2014 10:55:35 MST
[IP = 96.253.9.211] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Ray Homberg
Grade and Duty Corps/Branch of Service:  E3, Army
Duty Years in Korea or in Military:  1968 - 1969
Unit (Co, Bn, Btry, Arty, Div, etc):  1/9 2ID
Comments:

Thanks!--Ray Homberg~~~chomberg@gmail.com


Message Number: 232 - Sunday, February 16, 2014 09:18:14 MST
[IP = 173.55.178.247] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Dennis Hefner
Grade and Duty Corps/Branch of Service:  SGT E-5 Army
Duty Years in Korea or in Military:  1966 - 1967
Unit (Co, Bn, Btry, Arty, Div, etc):  A Co 1/9 Weapons Plt SGT
Camp or Military Installation:  So. Camp Custer
Comments:

When I first got to Korea I was at C Co 1/38. Went on Patrols in DMZ with duty at GP Barbara and Pvt Danko committed suicide there. We all had to go to Panmunjom for debriefing, also had the duty of sitting in a foxhole in the snow watching for any activity of N. Koreans along the Imjin. I was then transferred to A Co 1/9 So. Camp Custer. I am now going to make a claim for agent Orange. I have diabetes, have had cancer surgery on my right ear and I see the doctor every six months for treatments on my arms. Our first daughter was born mentally retarded. I'm sure they will deny my claim from what I have read they are not helping us Vets. That's all I can say. I'm still proud to have served.--Dennis Hefner~~~dnhef@hotmail.com