Robert W. Fleming

Robert W. Fleming, Sr. of Memphis, TN the first Korean POW to be released in Operation Little Switch has gone to his eternal home – Robert W. Fleming, Sr., 88, passed away December 6, 2018 at VA Hospital, Memphis from numerous illnesses. He was a BAR man with the 2nd Infantry Indianhead Division and captured when Chinese over ran their position. Status unknown for almost 1 1/2 years, released in 1953. Came home to a grateful family whose prayers were answered and after rehab married his fiance Dorothy in 1954. He is survived by her after 64 years of marriage, son Bob Jr., daughter Rhonda, Granddaughter Ashley, older brother Arthur Jr., three sisters, Betty, Jane and JoAnn. He was active in two churches as a Deacon, Choir member, and Scout Leader Troop (278) – Highland Heights and Woodland Presbyterian. He worked 45 years as a Brickmason trained at an early age by Uncles, Morgan brothers and ended his career with Duncan Masonry (repaired Elvis Presley wall at this...
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Valdez, Glicerio, Cpl

survivor from the bataan death march, also a survivor in 1953 from the korean war. 24D Camp 3 i am his granddaughter, he lived to be 103 years old. any other information would be greatly appreciated. Gliza Valdez gliza.valdez5@gmail.com
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A Time to Remember – Randy Briere

Can you tell me where Randy Briere was confined and where was the burial site of the 1600? David Claypool, Past Commander Dept. of Minnesota EXPOWs
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Alfred Patrick Perry

POW name- Alfred Patrick Perry HM CO.31st Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division.POW place and date of capture (if known) Captured 30 November 1950 during fighting retreat from East of Chosin Resevoir, P’ ungnyuri Inlet. Deceased 10 Feb 1951. Alfred was my Uncle, my fathers brother.  POW Camp(s) (if known) Valley 1/ Little Death Valley. Died from exposure.Any relevant information about the person in question. According the the DPAA and the map that they use to identify where the missing are buried in North Korea, there are are estimated to be 41 service members buried in this area. If any of you have family members missing and believed to be be buried there please contact me. Your name Frank A. PerryYour email...
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SGT Kenneth Mahon

POW name SGT. Kenneth Mahon POW place and date of capture (if known) 5/18/51 My great uncle SGT. Kenneth Mahon was taken pow on 5/18/51 and was presumed dead 6/30/51. His remains were never recovered. I am looking for any information anyone may have about him or to be in contact with someone who knew him. Your name Lori Hannigan Your email address...
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