Some photos taken while I was on active service in the Army 1967-1969
The intrepid photographer - South Korea 1968
Walking back to the hootch after a shower - South Korea 1968
Distributing mail to soldiers with the 260th Military Police Company - South Korea 1968
Thanks to Garrett Falcone for the two mailroom photos. Garrett was a member of the 260 Military Police Company. After serving in Korea, Garrett was stationed in Vietnam. He now resides in Maryland.
Battalion Mail Clerk - South Korea 1968
Basic Training. A Sunday in October. Fort Jackson, South Carolina 1967
Yeow! During the first week of basic training. Fort Jackson, South Carolina. September, 1967
Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. Early Spring, 1968
Jere N. Hagen (left) and Neil Mishalov relaxing by the tail assembly of a German V-2 rocket captured by the U.S. military at the end of WWII. Jere was subsequently stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, which was where he concluded his active service in the U.S. Army.
Basic training. Polish those boots. Fort Jackson, September, 1967
Neil Mishalov with his father and mother, Herman and Kate. Brooklyn, New York, July, 1944
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Updated 22 June 2009