Sgt Jesse Douglas Hill

I have an uncle that is still over there and I’m exhausting every option I have available to help find him.  I do know that his unit (1/32) was in a defensive/blocking position but, I don’t know if he was mixed in with other units or was a part of this blocking force.  I also don’t know if he was in an area that was overrun or if he lost his way and wandered into the wrong lines.  Anyways, I was hoping for your help.  Anything would be greatly appreciated.  Here is some more info I have on my uncle:   SGT JESSE DOUGLAS HILL 32ND INFANTRY REGIMENT C CO 1 BN 7TH INFANTRY DIVISION ARMY HOSTILE, DIED WHILE MISSING (MIA) REMAINS NOT RECOVERED DATE OF LOSS: DECEMBER 2, 1950 SERVICE NUMBER: RA16268687 BORN: JANUARY 15, 1930 HOME OR PLACE OF ENLISTMENT HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN KALAMAZOO COUNTY LOCATION OR BATTLE ZONE: CHOSIN RESERVOIR TOWN OR AREA: EASTERN SHORE  ...
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Alfred Charles Bordeau

The information on this page was provided by Duff Zube, Alfred C. Bordeau was his mother’s oldest brother. Bordeau was killed in a POW camp on June 30, 1951 almost to a year of being a POW. webmaster note: Alfred Bordeau was a Tiger. If you knew Alfred, please email...
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Photo with General Ridgeway

I was released from camp 4 on 1 Sep. 1953 and was greeted by Gen. Ridgeway. Our photo was taken by Msgt. Al Chang and a copy was to be sent to my parents in N.J. They never received it and there is no record of the photo in the National Archives in College Park, Md. In fact they have no photos at all which were taken of the POW’s after 31 Aug. 1953. The Director of the archives has no idea why there are no photos of the Operation Big Switch after 31 Aug 1953. If anyone can shed any light on this matter, and where the photos from 1 Sep 1953 are located, I’d appreciate it very much. Bill Borer Hampstead, NC...
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Request info about Robert W. Fleming

An exchange POW in Korea war/conflict He is my 1st cousin and formerly a member of Boy Scout Troop 35, Memphis, TN. He was featured as the POW from southern USA (Tennessee) in either Look or Life magazine after his release from the POW camp and again 10 years later one of those two magazines. Collecting this information to re-establish contact and for use in the forthcoming centennial celebration of the Boy Scouts of America. Any information you offer will be welcomed. Thank you, David Fleming...
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Pfc. John Bowers

Pfc. John Bowers was reported by the Chinese to have been killed in Camp 5 on May 3, 1951. His remains were finally returned and his funeral was two weeks ago. Today his sister visited me seeking answers and closure. About all I could tell her was there was no bombing attack on Camp 5 on that date. I am trying to help her find anyone who might have any information on her brother.
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Elgin Volgara Randall

My name is Michael Paul Randall. My great-uncle died there and that is all we know. His name was Elgin Volgara Randall, from Alabama. I do not know what unit he was with. I was just wondering if there might be anybody that knew him, maybe remembers him. He was my grandaddy’a little brother. Nobody in the family knows what happened to him. It would be nice to know that he had a friend or two at the end. i cannot imagine. peace to you, and thanks for any insight that you might...
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