Robert E. Montgomery II of Highland talks about his time during the Korean War serving with the 2nd Engineering Group with the Army Corps of Engineers.
The only time Fred Schultz so much as felt menaced in his 15-month stint as an Air Force radio operator in the Korean War was during a torch-lit May Day demonstration outside his fence-protected base in 1953.
Korean War veteran Fred Schultz of Munster talks about his experiences during his 15-month tour of duty as a radio operator with the U.S. Air Force.
Ed Zurawski's mailman, a family friend, was reluctant to give him the envelope in 1952.
Edward Zurawski talks about his time as a supply sergeant in the U.S. Army, 45th Division during the Korean War.
Korean War veteran Ed Wroblewski discusses his time serving with the U.S. Navy.
Korean War veteran Ray Dorulla saw plenty of action along the main line of resistance, serving as a radio operator.
Larry Skonie violated the Army's cardinal rule: Never volunteer for anything.
Veteran Ed Mech talks about his experiences as a medic and an ambulance driver during the Korean War.
Ed Mech, 85, saw death face to face as a U.S. Army ambulance driver in the Korean War.
Veteran Louis Kaplan spent 14 months serving in the Korean War as a radio operator in the U.S. Army.
Memorial Day 1953 proved to be one of the most terrible days of the Korean War for then Army Pvt. Louis Kaplan.
Korean War veteran Bruce Ross talks about his time in Korea.
The memories of battle have faded a bit, dates and years not easily accessible in his 81-year-old mind, but Bruce Ross, of Lansing, can still remember what Korea felt like all those years ago.
This photo of Cpl. Ed Mech, now 85, of DeMotte, dates back to his service in the U.S. Army in the Korean War.
Ed Mech, 85, of DeMotte, kept this Christmas card from the U.S. Army's 45th Infantry Division, given to him in Korea in 1952.
Monday's story about George Rosenbaum's experiences in the Korean War should have said the waves battering the ship en route to Korea were 40 to 50 feet high.
George Rosenbaum, 83, of Wanatah, shows a photo of himself as a young Marine in the Korean War.
Korean War veteran John Rattray Sr. talks about his time as an Army cook.
The obsolete, World War II-era Army truck John R. Rattray Sr. called home for a year in Korea was "the most important vehicle we had" because GIs like their chow, the Korean War veteran said.
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