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The following photos were submitted by James M.Macon. Jim was a member of Medical Company, 223rd Inf Regt when stationed in Korea during the war.
Sgt.Bill Macon visits his brother Lt.Jim Macon at the Med. Co. Hq.
Collecting station aidmen, Sgts. Don Biddenback and Tom Sincox apply a splint to save the the life of an infantryman.
Lts. Sam Comis and Jim Macon say "cheese."
Capt. Ernie Brooks and Lt. Jim Macon in their 2nd location.
Lt. Macon & M/Sgt Bob Kauzlarich get some sun.
Our aid station & quarters for the aidmen.
M/Sgt Bob Kauzlarich & SFC Howard Adams were two of the best.
The aid station personnel: 1st row -Bob Kauzlarich. Clifton Willoughby. Grady Willis, Billy McKee. Howard Adams; 2nd row -Marion Savoy, Bill Pappas. Sal Lentini, Bill Stasny.
"E" Co. medics: 1st row -Joe Baginski, Allen, Frank Drezek; 2nd row -Joe Ventura, Nichols,Unk, Cohen.
"F" Co. medics: 1st row -Dussault, Christofanelli, Rankins,Unk,; Homing, Phillips,
"G" Co. medics: 1st row -Lulay, Hubschman; 2nd row -Bleak, Guthrie, Rector.
"H" Co. medics: Peters, Finch, Machleid
Other medics: Russo, Silvestro, Bloukos, Wendling
Senior Aidmen: David
Bleak, Earl Horning, Joe Ventura, Bob Peters
Sgt. David Bleak, Medal of Honor
The washing machine (not a Maytag)
The shower, used by 2nd battalion troops
Water from a stream was powered up the hill by jeep power.
Through this beer-can pipe (80 cans ? soldered together) into a 55 gallon drum, heated, then piped into the shower.
Some of the engineers who maintained the shower and kept it working: Bill Stasny, Marion Savoy, Clifton Willoughby, Billy McKee, Clarence (Korean) on top.
Capt.George Allen. CO of the 223rd Med.Co.in Korea.