ANSWERED;
    I did a search of the National Archives site and Fred Carroll's casualty report came right up, so it
does not look to me like any one is trying to hide something in this case.
The report from the National Archives lists drowning as a contributory cause.
    To obtain more information you might want to try submitting a Freedom of Information Act
request to the Department of the Army, Take that casualty report which has Carroll's SSN on it and
submit a FOIA request.
    See these URLs for the Army's FOIA request form and information:
https://www.rmda.army.mil/foia/foiarequest/default.aspx
https://www.rmda.army.mil/organization/foia.shtml

You might want to specifically ask for copies of any AR 15-6 investigations or CID reports that were
done.  The CID investigates all Army non-combat deaths.

Second to None!

Michael F. Davino
National President
The Second Indianhead Division Association, Inc.
www.2ida.org
http://www.facebook.com/groups/123352941013974/
1)      Missing; Sgt(?) Fred Carroll
Looking for anyone who may have information on the disappearance of Sgt? Fred Carroll in the
spring of 1978.
Carroll, then assigned to HHC, 1/32nd at Camp Howze,and on temporary duty at Camp Casey, was
last seen on a rafting trip along the Imjin river just west of Camp Howze.
An unnamed member of Carroll's unit believes he either drowned or was captured by North Korean
agents after his raft was swept away by fast currents,and washed ashore near a village just south of
the DMZ.
All attempts to obtain information concerning this matter have hit a brick wall; including media
coverage, printed information, MP reports....
Anyone who may have ANY information, be it a fact or a rumor, is asked to contact me.

Let's all pitch in and find the truth on one of OUR fallen soldiers.
Thanks,
Allan H.
P.S., Your information will be kept confidential,and not released to a second party.
8)   Alfred E. Newman Bridge
To anyone that was stationed at Camp Kaiser later than 10 - 59.
Was the "Alfred E. Newman bridge" still there?              
Jim Henderson
                                                                                                  HQ, 2/10th Cav
                                                                                                 1958 - 1959
                                                                                                  jeremiah3@charter.net
14)  What Bridge Was This
From June 1967 to August 1968, I served with the 36th Engineer Group (Combat) in Korea.
During my time there, one of our line companies, the 526th Panel Bridge Company,  “rebuilt” one of
the bridges that was destroyed (blown in half) during the ’50 to ’53 war.
I never saw the bridge in person, but was shown photographs of the bridge after the repairs.
The bridge was a concrete “arch” type bridge, originally.  After the 526th performed its mission, the
bridge was a concrete arch bridge on the northern side and a panel (erector set type) bridge on the
southern side.
As I remember it, the bridge was fairly high, crossing a fairly deep gorge.  I wish I had kept a photo of
the bridge…
My Question Is; Does anybody know what bridge I am discribing?

Terry Reeder, SP5
36th Engr Grp (Cbt)
U.S. Army
1967-68
My Question Is
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Having trouble remembering something, well, we all have that problem when it comes to our tours
in Korea. So this is the page where you can ask that question. And hopefully, somebody out there
will be able to answer it for you. Just send your question to;
myquestionis@koreaatourofduty.us
I will post the question here and also any answers I receive.
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9)   Camp Kaiser Gorge
Does anyone have any pics of the gorge at Camp Kaiser and/or winter at Kaiser in the 50's?
                                                                                                           Carl White
                                                                                                           2nd Plt, Co A   
                                                                                                           707th Ord Bn
                                                                                                           carlw@islc.net
6)    NAKTA  
Seeking information on the present day location and past of a 1960's to 1970's site called NAKTA.
Located NorthWest of Seoul .This was THE ACTUAL FAR WESTERN AREA OF THE DMZ.- RIVER
BORDER AREA-Was ROK Marine SITE and AN US Marine Advisory Group there along with Army guys
of the 51st. SIG BN (I-CORPS). Any and all information / PIC'S appreciated
Gary Blauvelt SGT.(NAKTA) 1968/69
Reply to:
myquestionis@koreaatourofduty.us
10)     Chronological History
I am interested in the chronological lost history from Oct 57 - July 65.
I served with in A Co, 728th MP Bn at Hialeah Compound at Pusan from 1958-1959, but have never
found any information during this era, as if we never existed         
John Kinane
                                                                                                                          john.kinane@fop.net
11)     Camp Coleridge Barber
I was at Camp Coleridge 1961-62. Does anyone remember the Barber that work there that was named
Suzie. She could have work at another camp after I left. Another barber was Miss Kim, she moved to
Pusan just before I returned stateside in 62.               
Larry Collins
                                                                               A  Btry 2nd BN 20th Arty
                                                                                   1st Cav Div 1961-62
12)     Marines 69-70
I was sent TDY from my unit (HHB 1/17th ARTY)  to a Marine unit on some island, either in the Han or
Imjin Rivers,  northwest of Seoul,  sometime I believe, in the Fall of 69.
AT my unit, I was responsible for all the crypto msgs for our artillery battalion. The only reason I can
think that I was sent there was to provide comms between the Marines and our unit (We were an 8”
SP unit).
I am really hazy on this, even though I was the party involved. I remember being alone, but I never
went anywhere without an armed guard for my “box.” I don’t know how long I was there, but I guess
at least two weeks.
But I don’t remember a thing about what I did there, where I stayed, or who I spoke with. Nothing! I
don’t even remember leaving the island. It was a most bizarre TDY.
Would anyone happen to know what unit this could have been?             
"James M. Caiella"
                                                                                                                                  HHB, 1st BN 17th Arty
13)     TAC 1, TAC 2, TAC 3, etc.
1 of the things I have noticed, in dealing with units and compounds, over the years is the use of the
designation TAC along with a number, usually 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, followed by site and another number.
For instance TAC 2 site 36 was an ADA ( Air Defence Artillery) area used by both B and C btrys 2nd
BN 71st ADA. Other ADA units used various sites throughout the Korean Peninsula and, to my
knowledge, all can be found occupying TAC sites.
SO, my question is;
What does TAC stand for and what is the difference between a TAC 1, TAC 2, TAC 5 etc.?
                                                              
1Lt Ken Leighty, webmaster
                                                                                   A Co, 2nd BN 72nd Armor, 67/68
                                                                                   Recreation Center #4, 1968
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5)   Hedy Tank
Can anyone verify the presence or absence of a derelict tank located at an outpost named Hedy,
located on the western end of Bunker Hill. I would like to know if anybody photographed it and when
was it last seen?    - Click to;
SEE PHOTO -
Sgt Bob Caulkins
1st Marine Div
1953 - 1954
7)
Locating A Female Volunteer From The 60's
My name is Lee Chang Myeung, I'm from Korea.
I am writing this letter because I hope you can help me find someone who helped my
father when he was young.
SEE PHOTOS AND STORY HERE; Lee Jong Seok  (click to open)
4)  Lt Olsen
I've tried everywhere else w/o sucess trying to locate a Lt. Frank Olsen who was at B-6-44, HAWK
battery at Kunsan & later at HQ 6/44 battery at Reno Hill during 1968/69.
Does anybody remember him & where he was from?

Sp5 Bob West
B Btry6th Bn (HAWK), 44th Arty (AD)
2)  Fire Fight
Was anyone on Site 36 during Pueblo capture when fire fight with North Koreans attached?
I was on BCC watch at midnight when fight happened. 1968, probably March

Steve Hager
C/6/44
Reply;
I don't recall a site named NAKTA.  I do remember fortified ROK positions a little west of the DMZ
juncture that were on a hill over looking the river.  
There was an incident there in the summer of 69 where the ROKs pinned down and killed 2 North
Koreans at the base of the bluff on the rivers edge right below the ROK positions.  The North
Koreans were trying to provide supporting fire with heavy machine guns but the river was close
to 3/4 mile across at that point.  I did not see any US Special Forces that day.
1Lt Jon Crook
HHC 2nd Inf Div
1969 - 1970         
3)  AO at B - 2 - 44
Does anyone from 2nd Bn (4th Bn) 44th ADA remember using or having seen Papa Son using a
defoliant around the fence lines in 71---75 or even later?
I have proof of it's use at Camp Page in 73 and can probably assume it was 38th Brigade policy to
use it on all ADA sites. I am trying to get the VA and DOD to extend the years of useage, and places,
in Korea, and would appreciate any help. Answer here or e-mail me at--
harleysnake@dishmail.net

SFC James (Jake) Jegelewicz (RET)
B Btry 4th Bn 44th AD
A
15)   Easy Queen Radar Site
I was with a group of Air Force personnel from 5th TAC sent TDY from Clark AFB, the Philippines, to
a radar site on what I've been told is Mount Easy Queen.  I was there from November 1968 to
February 1969 and again from July 1969 to October 1969.

I believe we stayed at Camp McGovern between our shifts on the mountain. We used an Army
helicopter to take us up to the radar site on the mountain when the road was impassible.  I know
when we were up on the site we could look down at a camp on the opposite side from the DMZ and
see howitzers lined up facing our way.

Things such as a name or pictures or anything else someone may remember would be greatly
appreciated.  Thank you very much.

Tom Wilde