Korean War Legacy Project

Daniel Carvalho

Bio

Daniel G. Carvalho was born in Maui, Hawaii in 1921.  After graduating from high school, his father encouraged him into vocational education, where he became a mechanic and a welder.  He began to work for a government company and worked to dredge the Honolulu Bay in order to allow for bigger ships to port as part of the WWII supply chain.  In 1950, Daniel Carvalho was sent to Korea.  During his time in Korea, he served as an infantryman and eventually became a Sergeant.  After the war, he served at the Pentagon as well as in Paso Robles, CA.  He is proud of his service and respects how the Korean people have built up the Republic of Korea.

Clips

Wonsan Landing

Daniel Carvalho discusses his landing at Wonsan and subsequent retreat to Busan after being overrun by North Koreans and Chinese soldiers. He explains how the Chinese had sticks of bamboo. He shares how the LST was the mode of transport. LST stands for Landing ShipTank or tank landing ship.

Tags: 1950 Wonsan Landing, 10/25,Busan,Wonsan,Chinese,Front lines,North Koreans,Weapons

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Dodging Mines

Daniel Carvalho describes the spotlight on the water. He remembers having to use bamboo sticks to poke mines away from the LST. He discusses moving from Wonson to Buson.

Tags: Busan,Wonsan,Fear,Front lines,Weapons

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Living Conditions

Daniel Carvalho shares details of the living conditions he faced while in Korea. He describes the little food he had. He shares how the cold was new for him. He shares the lack of water for hygiene purposes.

Tags: Food,Front lines,Living conditions

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Photos

Route to Busan

This map traces the route Daniel Carvalho took back to Busan from Wonsan.

Route to Busan

Korean Tour

This sheet lists all the places that Daniel Carvalho traveled to while serving in Korea.

Korean Tour

Daniel Carvalho

This photo shows Daniel Carvalho while serving in Korea during the winter. In the video, Daniel Carvalho discusses how cold weather was the thing that bothered him the most and that many men that he oversaw were treated for frostbite.

Daniel Carvalho

Video Transcript

my name is daniel g carvalho c-a-r-v-a-l-h-o
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where were you born on the island of
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Maui what is your birthday 27 September
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1921 I’m 94 93 years old tell me about
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your family parents and your sibling at
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the time that you’re growing well my
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wife my father I used to be a rancher
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woman Eddie all polycomb away a big
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ranch up in nepali cool and i was born
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up in Pella cool but nearest hospital to
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India was in a in playa maui baie yo
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what up guys my father was a rancher
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deal I’m here we left the ranch and came
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to Wailuku Maui and I was born dear my
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family we have my father i always tell
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me that he wanted a baseball team so we
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have nine boys two girls one adopted
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gold i’m the owner of the line voice
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what high school is a graduate at the
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while ago elementary to the more when I
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fall more when Baldwin High School yeah
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where is it in the mall in Maria when
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did you graduate I don’t remember right
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now if you wanna go ok so must be around
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38 and then I’m at that time yes yeah
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what did you do after the graduation
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well I worked as a well the war broke
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out and then so window window and when
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the war broke out the cool down all the
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schools so what should be to continue
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anymore other schools so i went to a
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vocational educational crackling when
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data says you learn how to do something
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so i became a mechanic and then i went
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to work for Holly akala mo bros that
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some dealer des moines Maui will you go
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and they hired me there for few more
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stand in the war broke out and people
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said we need somebody here who can do
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some welding so I became a professional
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world and a specialist and had to work
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for that the company and I was when I
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come to there and deal with them while
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the automobile dealer which was I wish
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he serviced Buicks chalets and Pontiacs
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and in the wall broke out and they tell
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us that we’re going to have to go work
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for the government I still we’re still
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working for the government but there the
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company says that down we’re going to
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have to watch Bambi move in better
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position to click the wall I’d broken
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out and so are we a danger they’ll call
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like a government come to come to my
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work tomorrow they would call them you
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SED us ed that’s a government order to
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train people that came in they took over
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everything there was to take over in on
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the islands they confiscated all of the
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trucks or cars that they can use the
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service material right up so I worked
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for them for and they went up to all
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then she sent me up to Holly a color
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critter opens up what i call my way and
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then one dope given day ever this assign
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me as a man there’s a diesel mechanic
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because they had mechanics Joe
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experience there which had took care of
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diesel engines of the end it they did
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all our tunnel in and whatnot up at the
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top of another color watch it sent out
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in elevation we install the radar
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systems up an eye on the clock the radar
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and and a head height finder and soap on
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going there now that that somebody was
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told me good they have to leave David
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cosmetic change raton Honolulu so I
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transferred to transfer going to go with
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a group and watch over toward on another
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if you go up I like a lie you still see
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the radar system I think up there but
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anyway we came two hundred
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oh and then we get to Honolulu I stayed
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at the hotel there next to pull of oil
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and really really what is us
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transportation to work at the same
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island SNL they had a big big jaw shut
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down the shop deal was providing now
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work for our little appeal don’t you
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remember the Honolulu pier wasn’t wasn’t
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deep enough for big ships to come in so
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we worked on the Dragons we have a big
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drink that it came in the dredges it was
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that drink the drink that drink they
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couldn’t drink the younger but
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wharfedale sure that the big ships can
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come in because you at that time there’s
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nope no big shift in coming to fuck all
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the way I thought about a mile and a
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half to myself hope Sean so energetic
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military police i was assigned to the
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stocky did the military stockade I was a
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clerk del to take care of the prisoners
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a time that the spending on in the
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compliment and even in the prison deal
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and I witnessed several a couple of bad
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situations the other life wants to tell
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you that what we had to had two hangings
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of lifetime’s hangings and fun from that
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one of those to hang is everywhere we
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witnessed one to hang in there and then
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government came back a little gummy came
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back and says no more you don’t hang
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anymore you send it back to united
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states there where they’ve got in a big
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prison camp hill from there i went to
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work for a quartermaster as allies are
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ready the quay at Schofield here we had
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almost 20 different stuck in the
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stockade but we’re all just those
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wearing halogens were all filled with
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the equipment that we’re going to go
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into the wharf world war two cars and
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for the equipment that was sent out and
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they were damaged they brought it back
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to for storage there okay when did you
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leave for korea i have to go korean in
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december
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nineteen fifteen nineteen fifty did you
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know anything about Korea no i did not
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know anything nothing about korean you
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knew that you were going to the war
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right no i don’t i would give it was a
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saint you look what am i said at a time
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with him oh I we could call one morning
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when I was going to work there and it
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says you have two hours noted mr.
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Cavalli Oh get your bags ready and ready
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to ship out I said we were going to ship
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out door he says you’re gonna go to
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Tokyo oh I said all good so when we got
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to Tokyo the 25th division has moved out
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21 25th 25th year they moved out to
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people then they get wiped out a katana
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daddy here and Anya yeah well meantime
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we went from pom pom pom on Japan yeah
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but got to campus that Tokyo area or
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shipped down to a purple the island okay
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you sure we’re giving you said you
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assigned to the 3rd Infantry Division 30
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what 3rd Infantry Division yeah and
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essentially after 30 days day of
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regrouping that’s when we told me that
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much water we were going to go to talk
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to Korea and this is the scheduler show
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you full career nothing tell me about it
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so you went to directly to one son
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directly to one son and then way by LSTs
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all the way up to one to one son they
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never got up the one son and then he
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said the tournament that I 1st infantry
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division had been in trouble and they
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needed materials and some supplies so
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I’ll company there and then the rest of
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the divisions there had to finish half
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of my equipment we had to go all the way
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up to shows on songs in whole journey or
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whatever it is we spent in two days we
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got badly overrun by then to cringe the
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Chinese government Chinese people read
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up yeah and you never seen anything like
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it they ran across
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the whole divisions whatnot with just a
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big sticks along bamboos and no weapons
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somehow I had no weapons at all just run
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let you see when you tell you when you
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just a parental redness you know how are
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they all of rude I was attack you well
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that’s how the Chinese did that Jesus
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table watching it was so they had no
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choice but to retrieve so tell
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headquarters bid tell us that we’re
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gonna have to go back down to push on
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that why because the chlorines had
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already moved across the island of Korea
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all the way down and will interfere with
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our people that’ll come in on that area
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there so uh so we moved to ruin all the
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way back down with one by my LSD but let
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me tell you a story about the LSD when
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the only LSD when we got on the LSD the
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captain of the ship says I want all of
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you to be on 24-hour alert why he says
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here are bamboos we give you long
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bamboos and the bamboos was to watch
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them do we go and the real estate would
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drive down slowly with a huge for us
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floodlights sign in on both sides of the
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LSD not into the ocean and then as we
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were going down it took us three days to
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move from from once on from chosen to
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Monsanto back to push on we’re LSTs and
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everybody was given a duty on the side
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of the ship the flood lights were
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shining down on the water and when you
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would look at that and see well we were
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told you look for mine is in the ocean
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here and if you see a mind you move it
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with the end with the bamboo and we
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called Blaine mine mine and this kinship
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would will slow down itself a speedy not
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but they were driving very slow anyway
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that’s why what took us so long said we
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would move the smell Cologne the captain
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twisting lessons beginners just I depend
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on you because if anything should happen
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we’re all going to go with the sea
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because so dangerous doesn’t have my
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mind so that’s what we did was
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move those mines away and then the tail
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estate would move slowly across the keep
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going and we safely wind up in implosion
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tell me about Chinese soldier and you
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saw many many American soldier kill
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their in chosen right yes we did you see
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them kill like like I don’t know I can’t
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say sell because they were just one and
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another one because most of the people
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from that passivity division will
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already frozen heavily frozen that you
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took over because when we first landed
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in one son he was 25 below zero yeah and
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that’s pretty cold from the way to all
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the way to 22 chosen you know and so a
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lot of the people were in a frozen was
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shot because they had that they drop
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their weapons already because they’re so
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cold it can’t do anything so we lost a
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lot of mainly on the upward front lines
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because of the Chinese overruns so then
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when Oh Anna well I’ll come and visit
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had to move out all the way back to push
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on that’s why we came back all the way
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down to push on and in done in push on
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we started to come back up country and I
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and I have a map here shows we’re done
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that people who would do it place it did
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we stop in the back here you still have
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a nightmare yeah it’s done Thomas corner
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I got rid of that long time ago and I
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have a list here of all if I was
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assigned to the signal company on my
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communications like electronic engineer
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so as an SNES second in the group class
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until the signal division a single
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company rather well moved after into
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three three different groups the single
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company history giving good head the
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mean do you mean mean to be a single
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company and then we were sent three
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different sections then we moved up and
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I was in advance organizational every
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two hours we moved up into Korea and
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have a listing of all the all the
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listings of don’t where we stop and and
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we would
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Upton and our job watched as
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communicator who recorded that you have
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noticed is the first time that you get
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it done yeah but you recorded every
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place that yes yes because everywhere
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well every time we stop by me that I
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have a the head of radical he’s done
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such an oval map at the time the map
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that he have now is not up to date you
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know when this is not that what that map
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goes and we recorded all these dates of
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their own it and so uh as we went up to
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up country all the way up the country
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maybe every two hours or so we had to
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move and the water was so cold and
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everything else and after we move over
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toward we put up more tense and we have
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on our foot foot people set up what
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music Ross to have been breakfast I want
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that and the tension we never know where
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we’re going to move that why Spanish I
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either flooded or solid ice so we put on
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tents up so by morning time we lost in
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the main section so we lost dude big
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tents it felt all over us completely got
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burned because I come on demo we have no
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choice because we had at night we had to
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after we moved we were always on your
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terms make yourself communication told
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that the division has different manner
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rather work alone eunice that a cuddler
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unison whatnot all different areas there
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and as they would go they would
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communicate with us because we have been
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communicated we didn’t send it to the
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division the division said to call and
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coy was it all in part of a middle of
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mashhad end up in our uncle Sol Sol he’s
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moving all over Pusan and soul and yes
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went across the yellow with the hood
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hungry were too because when we first
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went through the second time we had to
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cross the Han River and the Han River
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was frozen with ice so we had to cut the
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arm I didn’t make room for this kind of
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put the car what I call a run good way
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like that
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put a voice to put in down to the ships
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can cut your grass the vehicles came
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across a theater one thing we learned
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about ice over there be challenged in
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the Sun that’s where you and we’ll keep
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in food with food would they were very
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look a little would do we got here they
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only give us a very minimal kings and
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most of its cold let me tell you
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something the first first night plus
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money and that we landed in there one
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son it says you’re going to have
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breakfast I said fine what kind of
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brother are going to have well we didn’t
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have no idea what kind of break it would
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have we have was that he was biscuits
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roll biscuits about three inches in
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diameter and you and you eaten the
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hibiscus I mean the biscuits but put it
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on the ground here it was like a ball
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like a role that’s so hard it was just
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eat that other than that we had a lot of
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sardines and salmon canned goods most of
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most awkward there was was the canned
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goods because the little unit that we
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had had no not enough time to put up
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their best falls over and eating places
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where they did they did promote that’s
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coffee a lot of coffee and we had every
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pleasure when me a lot of copy and so it
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was really long time and the other thing
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wasn’t oh hell to kill him we did not
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have any water to take a bath for two
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weeks and finally we got some somebody
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they have they cut warum it could lose
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it and then a good part about that those
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one who is in in a lower middle of one
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of my career there below so one of my
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messenger says sergeant says I know what
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we can get some get take a bet I said
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well says that they kept it the current
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car area do not turn on whether you have
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a smuggled diesel and that’s much more
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like a gasoline engine that they start
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this pumped up cold water for now the
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ground here into the one of the huge
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areas where you can take a bet and I
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never had a hot bed so then there is
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that right there and it was it was me
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is something but anyway they went before
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they could do that they’re meant to
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mention me that they don’t have any in a
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gasoline to run their daily estar de
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Lille engine you know to pump the water
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rushes tell them take that five gallon
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can of that Jeep dear put it in that
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there that portal 2 so they can run it
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to pump down ok so we hear what a call
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bad nearest in a beautiful warm water
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cold what I’ve never had one being put
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to but you can imagine when it when you
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get out of there you feel like you’re
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gonna fly with light you know that
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mineral Moorhead oh it was real is
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really something will be here so um what
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was your rank during the e7 huh e 7 e
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seven mins sergeant’s exercise in EG 7
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and you were very you a world war two
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veteran right yes i’m a world war two
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burn also yeah I’m wick I’m before i
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went to the world where before i went
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and did a lot of other working with more
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what do I went to school in there you
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know in what into it what it calls oh I
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can’t remember that’s kind of forget
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anything to you and so I’ve every i
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graduated from electronic engineering
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school and I was assigned to the
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Pentagon I’m a cryptologist oh it was
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because in doing my time in their career
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and when the communication center part
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of the communication center with
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cryptologist because they’re dead during
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the different regiments would send the
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messages to us and we would then senator
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main division then main division will
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send it to the core people know someone
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else from there I got out I went to
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meant I was assigned to a Paso Robles
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California to be another ground
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satellite terminals are huge 690 foot
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dishes been gone satellite there so um
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when did you leave Korea I can agree on
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a year and a half year and a half so
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that you left 1951 yeah yeah
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what was the most difficult thing for
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you to be in the Korean War the weather
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deal was terrific because you came from
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Hawaii which in the 70 degrees in you go
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and do the 25 below zero you know you
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got a cloven that’s another thing about
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that I had trouble with my man you can
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getting down frost baiting you know it’s
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what Benny nautica bad they feet and the
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hands might not and so one day I said
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we’ve got to correct this because I
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can’t be four chelouche mean like this
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so wait we’re gonna what told you go to
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the cafeteria that would miss all right
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ahead there and pick up like a butcher
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shit you know just heavy thick papers
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and I want you to put first of all I
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want it’s men were giving to peer sucks
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I said every two hours when we stop I
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want you to remove the cold your sucks
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put it inside your shirt and you put the
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new ones on and then fold for the other
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area that we have in every field cause
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you call at night because we weren’t
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given any cool with the clothes we all
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we had was blanket they gave a seven
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blankets and here sep keep yourself on
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with the blanket he gave us carts notice
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reporting cuts but the polling caught
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you can use because we slept in men one
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of the pressures have rice barrage of
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full of my cell or solid ice or water so
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you know but that was another thing that
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I told me you had to put the paper
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between your body because you showed up
21:39
and you can stay warm and another thing
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he said the blankets work still getting
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cold to put it with paper between the
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blankets and for any court and they were
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all happy because they said there was
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the best one night they ever slip be no
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papers between the cold blankets any day
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now because though we had just go
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somebody call along stores like they
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call it for heat is toast but but by the
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way I had a Korean which I babe boy boy
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with me house for hot boy he followed me
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from Seoul Busan
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he was about eight or nine years old I
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need to call me papa son all the time I
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like that so so one day after going
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through all the way to a soul we had to
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move out again to go on and the water
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off and I I told you cannot come a lot
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because he’s too dangerous because we
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got ambushed to treat his chance and on
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the way up and what allow for me I don’t
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know how he made it what he’s stuck in
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between that in the trucks inside in in
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the in the all the material that we
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picked up he’s tucked in here and when
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we got to the other end of a he comes
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his boys on I papasan I papasan it I
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said hoddan Helen you get here is just
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the truck the truck as a what truck it
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should be the truck we had all the
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beading and it was very dangerous if
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that truck would would move said his
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heart he would get killed him but what
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are you sure well he cried in a while I
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told Micah not gonna leave you I cannot
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stay with you any longer you gonna have
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to you’re not like him I find him
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another slug in who didn’t have anybody
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so he went to him two eyes and a pushy
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and they were got a whole of his name go
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he always told me you know he kept
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telling me name but it’s in Korean I
23:36
didn’t understand screen what was the
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most dangerous thing that you
23:43
experienced in Korean War well we were
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like you know we were moving everywhere
23:49
before every two hours every hour every
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twat we have to move and our job was
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moved forward about the divisions are
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all in the back of us we would see where
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everything is okay in the front if you
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okay then we said yeah it’s okay to move
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they’ll move to opposition will moved on
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another positions are the way we stay in
24:07
advance all the time and we’ve got we’ve
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got a couple times we’ve got overrun we
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overlooked are not we but as the
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communications will be because we have
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all the divisions and I read the
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regiment’s right of moving forward at
24:20
the same time in now till we shall find
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me over us all night longer that’s why
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read today’s in my hearing it real bad
24:28
they have Korea cook it’s still good
24:30
should I have human age now they can the
24:33
VA provided me pretty good the Korea was
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almost destroyed completely right you
24:40
should have seen so sold the city of the
24:42
soul the capital it was totally burned
24:46
down the only thing that was holding him
24:49
up at all the granite nettab unit you
24:51
know and then no nothing was there the
24:55
whole roof top of it was gone and the
24:57
tractor she had trains I understand the
24:59
head Trek train traction journey and
25:02
they were all torn up completely have
25:05
you been back to Korea I mean back one
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time only when Oh about five or six
25:14
years ago six years ago yeah how was it
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well it was okay I look at it I was very
25:20
surprised to see how they had developed
25:23
the country the currents are really
25:26
really smart people in developing one
25:29
thing I really like about them what they
25:32
did was in the middle of Korean up they
25:35
built a huge highway I said what do you
25:38
need a highway this big this is in case
25:41
of emergency we stop everything and
25:43
that’s the landing field for you people
25:45
to come and help us yeah I said okay
25:48
goodness that’s really something
25:50
emergency run yeah yeah because it’s
25:52
still there yet oh yeah listen I’ve seen
25:56
that thing being built all the time and
25:58
they had the trains are you to come up
26:00
and take the bring us food they’re back
26:01
in porter there’s more you didn’t know
26:05
anything about Korea before and then
26:07
went to there to fight what do you think
26:09
why do you think it happened to you I
26:12
don’t know if they just made they just
26:14
wanted somebody they were only because
26:16
the debris the division and it was just
26:18
a scene in purple every idea under under
26:22
strength they need to move people so
26:24
they called on Japan in Japan was was
26:27
call it was good wasn’t going to call us
26:29
for now I was a fact that 25th would
26:31
just went here but the 25th moved out so
26:33
I with Wendy and we hit the we had to be
26:36
one of those good otherwise would have
26:38
been killed in that world can you keep
26:40
and push on so are you proud that you
26:42
fight for the Korean War yes
26:44
pretty broad I like the people there
26:46
they did a very nice jump of recovering
26:49
yes and I was really surprised that
26:52
where the people were dressed to let me
26:55
tell you something about that their
26:58
hearts that they build up well bury your
27:00
engineering yeah this has all been a lot
27:04
of strong and they provide all solid
27:06
floors long time and I couldn’t figure
27:09
out how do they keep warm in a house
27:11
like this so on day when we walked
27:13
outside and we were moving now we’ve
27:16
seen this guy let in this fire outside
27:18
US side of the mouth there and that’s
27:21
what it is they would like to stop
27:22
outside the booth boy and the hot-smoked
27:25
run through the bottom of the blow and
27:26
keep the wall inside warm because I got
27:29
up they have straws on top click on
27:32
dundee stay one more night long I said
27:34
oh that’s really smart how you guys can
27:36
do that but that’s the way they did it
27:38
they really know how to survive in that
27:40
cold water it was really support in my
27:43
last trip that had the first trip that I
27:44
went back there we went to almost also
27:48
almost long all Korea will travel back
27:51
and forth all we have to dirty it
27:53
parallel and seen it that at that time I
27:56
think awesome what I was the mother
27:58
second or third group that went up there
28:00
and I couldn’t figure out why they had
28:03
the 38th parallel and we puck and had
28:05
all these three homes here and he says
28:08
he got to be careful when you go inside
28:10
you do not cross this area there you
28:12
still one sad at the tables and they
28:14
stay on the outside tables as Wow
28:16
terrific then we have a big area with
28:20
the few people so you can see across the
28:22
huge flag and abuser tower playing
28:25
musical old in there all the time it’s
28:28
really something what do you think about
28:31
the us-korea relationship this sort of
28:34
following our steps here with the United
28:36
States you know trying to improve and
28:39
everything we do they try to improve
28:41
more and more I hope that their their
28:44
president now the woman present they
28:46
have is doing a good job and don’t go
28:49
overboard because of North Korea North
28:52
Korea’s really giving a lot of pushes
28:55
back in party
28:56
because that’s a young no president
29:01
judging know too much about what’s going
29:03
on yeah and His infinite dangerous but
29:05
couldn’t Japan on one side too because
29:07
Japan was very very aggressive and
29:10
waiting on the time of wars you know
29:12
Japan had been all of which Korea and
29:15
all over China and all those areas so
29:17
some other people end up there and in
29:20
the Philippines watching the filters
29:22
come on Nick at the beginning they kind
29:26
of or you’re not too too familiar with
29:29
Japan they got over it though yeah good
29:31
you pan if you tell any other message
29:33
you want to live to this interview no I
29:36
think that we should be very careful
29:39
well they’re not to start another war we
29:41
know Nick we can’t afford another wall
29:43
because we have too many people here now
29:45
that young people rather because we’ve
29:48
been utilizing all of our elderly people
29:50
that were able to go to a code was and
29:53
our Air Force organization is very up to
29:57
date but not as much and we have a lot
30:01
of weapons of course boat but the United
30:04
States should be real careful about what
30:06
they’re doing and what they do because
30:08
that I’m sure they can negotiate dip
30:10
different problems with talk with the
30:13
other people who might start to walk
30:15
yeah but if we do in snow we’re out of
30:19
it we can do it you can do it but stay
30:22
away from becoming the mole people thank
30:26
you so much again Daniel for your fight
30:29
for the Korean nation without your fight
30:31
and sacrifice there is no Korea so I
30:33
would like to thank you on behalf of
30:36
Korean nation and thank you very much to
30:38
hunt yeah