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The one with me next to the ambulance must be in the summer of 68. I think I was with
ACTA at that time, but not sure. Maybe the name Buckley on the windshield might be a clue
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Submitted By;
PFC George Dorman
Medic
1/23rd Inf, 1/31st Inf, ACTA
Jan 68/Dec 68
This one I believe is when I first got to Korea and we had transported a dead North Korean who was
part of a plot to kill the president of South Korea. I must have been with the 1/23 inf 2ID at that time
   Originally with 1/23 2nd ID on the DMZ until they found out I was only 17. I was then transferred
to the 1/31st Inf south of the Imjin
   When my brother, Marlin Dorman, (one of the lost platoon members in la trang valley Viet Nam)
was assigned to ACTA, he got me transferred there, were I made his life miserable
Submitted By;
PFC George Dorman
Medic
1/23rd Inf, 1/31st Inf, ACTA
Jan 68/Dec 68
Webmasters Note;
44th Surgical was located at Camp Rodstrom
So the mystery might be would they have taken a NK body there or to 2nd Med?
ANSWERED;
 
 Both of those photos are from the 44 Surgical Hospital (MA).  The one with the ambulance is in front
of the emergency room. Buckley was from one of the Ambulance companies in the 2nd Div.  
Occasionally they would bring us a deceased North Korean, usually an infiltrator, most would go to the
121st Evac down south in Yongson. We did get quite a few ROK civilians from the local villes that
would stumble upon mines or other mishaps. The drivers assigned to our hospital were the Third
Platoon of the 567th Ambulance Company.

The second photo is at the NCO Club across from the mail room.
I was stationed there from Jan 68-Oct 69.

Tony White
44th Surgical Hospital(MA)