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The following photos were submitted by
Roger "Lucky" Lueckenhoff.Lucky was assigned to "A" Company, 160th Inf Regt. He arrived in Korea by way of Japan in Jan 1952. Returned stateside in August 1952. He worked his way up from Asst. Squad Leader to "A" Company First Sgt.
National Guard Sgts. Thomas Lloyd (Transferred to co "C" and was KIA, Feb 1952. Richard Ryan and Ben Pearson at Camp Cooke.
Seated- Heintz and Matzick. Standing- Mitts, Kameada, LaFromboise, Hoff, Lussier and Johnson. Dressed and equipped for the climb up Mt. Fuji. Summer 1951.
Part of 3rd platoon ready to start a long trek North from Camp Haugen. Spring 1951.
Spring 1951. Frank Coffenberger and John Long. (Later WIA)
Sgts Nessing, Sankey (Silver Star recipient)Mathem and Erm taking in a USO show.
Summer 1951-3rd Platoon at Camp McNair.
Fall 1951-Ball of fire at Camp Zama.
Off duty at the NCO Club. Seated-Sgts Ryan, Bob Pearson, Mathern, Erm, Ben Pearson, Severns and Nessing. Standing- Sgts Decker, Lueckenhoff, Brewer, Follensbee and Martindill.
Aftermath of a typhoon which struck
Camp McNair (Tent city) Summer 1951.
MLR before the Spring thaw. 1952.
Spring thaw 1952. Mud, mud go away.
Traveling first class from Inchon to
the MLR Jan 1952.
Maurice Lussier (Lewiston, Maine) with a patrol leaders best (K-9) friend.
"A" Company at Camp McNair summer 1951.
50 caliber machine gun zeroed in on
Hill 747. Jan 1952.
Thompson sub-machine gun, Russian Carbine.
Able Company kitchen area just below Heartbreak Ridge- Fall 1952.
8 inch artillery piece. Able Company appreciated all the support provided by the Heavy Mortar Co, the Artillery, the tankers and the Air Force.
Relief at last. Squad Leaders from the 2nd ROK Division taking positions over.
Don Sadecki pictured on the right-Heartbreak Ridge 1953.