United States Army

SOUTH KOREA


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In the late '60s the 38th Brigade had four U.S. Army Hawk Battalions and one Nike Herc Battalion in South Korea.




These pictures are from Mike Chipperini, mgchip@comcast.net, Btry D, 1st Bn, 2nd ADA, 38th BDE in Kwa Chon Korea from August 8 to Nov 28 1977.

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These pictures are from Steve Hager stevehager@frontiernet.net 16E20 C/6/44 Jang Hang RI S.Korea .
The photos are from the C/6/44 Annual 1967 and some misc. shots.

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This picture is from Bob West, B-7-5.

Mae-Bong Mtn: the highest HAWK missile site in the world, looking straight down into N. Korea [within easy cannon range]!  The 10 mile road up is an amazing ride, including 2 fordings. The border is the yellow line. This is truly a -40F place in the winter.




These pictures are from SP/4 Brian Kuehl. He was in DSD 1/44 ADA in Korea in 77-78 and then in DSD 2/71 ADA from 79-81. These are pictures of missle firings off the beach in 1980 when he spent a summer there as an evaluater/DS maint launcher mechanic.

SeaRange Korea 1980

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SeaRange Korea 1980

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These pictures are from Mike Sedona.
He left Bravo for Hq in Dec 1969, spent the remainder of his time in S-1.
He produced the newsletter "The Hilltopper" until he deros'd in aug 1970.

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Kwa Chon South Korea

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These pictures are from Mike Lambert. 1/2nd at Kwa Chon South Korea overlooking Seoul

Kwa Chon South Korea

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Kwa Chon South Korea

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The following pictures are of Kusan, Korea

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The following pictures are from Dave Proffitt, taken in 1967-68. Dave was a SP/5 22J20 at Camp Casey in Tong Du Chon, South Korea. He spent two ASP tours at Sea Range, Tajoni, so some of the pictures are from Sea Range. The group shot is of the Maintenance Crew, Radar, BCC and Missile people.

Maintenance Crew, Radar, BCC people and Missile people



B Battery Camp Casey

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B Battery Storage Bldg.

View of MSR from TAC Site

















Radar Hill

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OTMS minus some chassis

Main Street Tong Du Chon

















Sea Range Hawk Line Launcher

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The following pictures are from Gary LaCorte, taken in '70-'71. Site B-7-5 was out side of Camp Page, some 55-60 miles NNE of Seoul, Bravo btry.'s tac site had the distinct honor of being the highest Hawk site in the free world sitting on top of Mae-Bong mountain. Bravo btry. itself sat lower near the village of Hi-Wahk-Ni Site B-7-5 is next to the DMZ and looks directly into North Korea.

The view from B-7-5 into North Korea



B-7-5 Main Gate

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B Battery Administration Bldg.

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Hawks with hi-tech barrels for protection

Korean Triplex homes

















Looking down on a Hawk Launcher

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Gary LaCorte

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Community Latrine

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Hawk hydraulic lift test

Sebastian Cabot at the highest Hawk shitter in the Free World.

















The following pictures are from Nick, D-2-71 near Uijongbu, which is 12 miles north of Seoul and aprox. 20 miles south of the DMZ.

Outside Uijongbu, Korea

View from Hill above Uijongbu, Korea
















HQ Bldg. 2nd. Battalion, 71st Artillary

Jeep at the Gate to Battery D, 2nd. Battalion, 71st Artillary
















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