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21st Infantry Reunions

If you have any photos in regards to the 21st Infantry please e-mail me.  If you found this site searching for someone who was in the Korean War please e-mail me. I am attempting to restore some of the 21st … Continue reading

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July 11, 1950

Gimlet4ever Notes:  Dill (C Co) and Glisson (B Co) were in TFS _____________________________________________ Milwaukee   Journal                                            July 11, 1950 GI’s  Escape After Six Days Behind Lines By Jack James Advanced  United States Headquarters, Korea 2nd  Lt. Harold E. Dill led four … Continue reading

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Joe Langone

  The Death Of A Friend By:    J.A. Langone    At an Army camp in Japan I first met my friend We were just boys not old enough to be called men   I never met a fella quite like … Continue reading

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Task Force Smith POW’s

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 Under Construction These TFS POW photos are from a scrapbook dedicated to Tiger Survivor POW Died Captured Art Books. This scrapbook has about 120 photos and clippings of POWs.   (will be adding a link to space ) I have divided … Continue reading

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Narratives

Under construction Narratives:   How to make an OLD Gimlet Cry. The Korean War has often been called “The Forgotten War.” For those who were there, it was something that they wanted to forget and many refuse to talk about it … Continue reading

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Peter Kalisher Article

Gimlet4ever Notes:  There was only one newspaper correspondent at the TFS battle. I also have a July 12, 1950 article stating that Lambert and Kalischer were banned from Korea.     Articles combined from the following Newspapers:   ST. LOIUS POST-DISPATCH,   New York … Continue reading

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