Robert J. “Bob” Dahms: Surveying, a critical responsibility in combat

2018-05-08T08:30:11+00:00

“The winters were very, very cold. Thank God for insulated boots.” Bob and his tent mates took in a young Korean boy who they named “Peanuts.” He would do odd jobs for them and keep their tent clean.

Robert J. “Bob” Dahms: Surveying, a critical responsibility in combat 2018-05-08T08:30:11+00:00

Jim Carroll: Suffering hard times

2018-04-03T21:40:18+00:00

Jim enlisted in September, 1946 with four buddies from his neighborhood gang, the “Parkside Maulers.” They all had the idea of using the GI Bill after their service.

Jim Carroll: Suffering hard times 2018-04-03T21:40:18+00:00

George E. Owen: MASH as it really was

2017-09-07T22:02:28+00:00

George Owen received a Purple Heart for his service in the Korean War, which included his involvement in combat battles at Pork Chop Hill and Triangle Hill.

George E. Owen: MASH as it really was 2017-09-07T22:02:28+00:00

Andy Dziagwa: Trumpeter of the band

2017-08-03T14:42:07+00:00

Andy was in combat operations code-named Killer and May Massacre, received the Purple Heart, and is in the International Polka Association Hall of Fame.

Andy Dziagwa: Trumpeter of the band 2017-08-03T14:42:07+00:00

Roy Stanek: From engineer to photographer

2017-07-10T15:16:15+00:00

Roy Stanek thought he would be an engineer during the Korean War, but quickly found himself taking enemy fire during 18 missions as an aerial photographer.

Roy Stanek: From engineer to photographer 2017-07-10T15:16:15+00:00