Camp Kaiser Korea
l952 - l957
Very Early Days before it
was called Camp Kaiser
At the end of the War, most of the hills looked like this
Coming up through Greek Valley to pick up some tanks
1st Bn, 17th sets up in new quarters in 1954
The War had not ended when these were taken
These Pictures provided by Jerry Toney, who was
in L Company, 3rd Bn, 17 Inf from Jun 56-Oct 57
Below Pictures Provided by Mack Twamley
2nd/17th Infantry 1956-1957
Regimental Maintenance Officer in front
of a Bulter type building near the Service Club
Lt Driscoll asleep with his dog
These were used to transiton between the tents and Quonset Huts
Service Company Area
A recently built building near the PX on fire.
The view from the BOQ
View of Camp Kaiser from Regimental Hq
Looks like a "M" on the hill. "M" Company?
Country scene between Camp Kaiser and Camp Casey
Typical Korean road during the 50s and 60s.
That is a M211 GMC 2 1/2, same as I drove in 60-61
Country scene near Unchon-ni
One of the Assault Personnel Transport Ships that were used for Training.
Troops went down the sides with rope ladders, and into smaller landing crafts
Tokyo in the evening during R&R, 1957
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