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Pvt. John Horner; Gary Whiteley; May 11, 1953; United States; Korean War 1950 1953 United States. Regimental histories Army; Korean War 1950 1953 United States. Personal Narratives; Korean War 1950 1953 United States. Regimental histories Headquarters company, second battalion, 5th Regimental Combat Team; Korean War 1950 1953 United States. Regimental histories Army; United States. Fowler (CA) -- History -- 20th Century; Korean War 1950 1953 United States. Social conditions 20th century; Korean War 1950 1953 United States. Social life and customs 20th century; Korean War 1950 1953 United States. Military Discharge; Korean War 1950 1953 United States. Camp Roberts (CA);
Horner, John, "1953-05-11, John to Gary" (1953). Gary Whiteley Korean War correspondence. 5.
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