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King City Korean War veteran receives Korean Ambassador Peace Medal

The Korean War has regrettably been dubbed the “Forgotten War,” but it is still on the minds of those who served in the conflict,...

WWII veteran joined the Navy and saw the world

“Join the Navy and see the world” has been a major recruiting slogan for the Navy for decades, and it proved to be true...

Korean War veteran doesn’t regret serving in the ‘Forgotten War’

The Korean War, fought between June 25, 1950, and July 27, 1953, started when North Korea invaded South Korea. Over four years, the Democratic...

Tigard Vietnam veteran had front row seat to American atomic testing

 From hunting pheasants out of bedroom windows to witnessing the final atmospheric nuclear tests carried out by the U.S. government, Tigard resident Larry Jensen...

Veteran’s Corner: WWII Marine Golda Fabian

Ninety-seven years ago, Golda Fabian was born to a logger and his wife who lived in Grand Ronde, but she was no small-town girl...

WWII/Korean War Veteran Frank Heyl

If you ever find yourself stranded in Antarctica or on the Sahara Desert, you would want Frank Heyl stranded right there beside you....

WWII Veteran Chris Shelvik

Like many patriotic youths during World War II, Chris Shelvik, born Feb. 25, 1926, signed up for the military, joining the U.S. Navy...

Veteran’s Corner: Norm Clark – Korean War Veteran

Norm Clark went through a few name changes while serving in the Korean War. He joined the Marine Corps at 17 in 1951 committed...
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