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Welcome to the ROK Drop Photo Archive. I have traveled all over Korea and have a huge archive of photographs on my hard drive that I’m slowly but surely uploading and writing travel narratives for. Below you can view the various travelogs I have written that are organized by province in Korea as well as other areas of the world I have visited.

I hope you enjoy the pictures and thanks for visiting the ROK Drop.

Seoul

Gyeongi-do

Gangwon-do

Chungcheong Provinces

Gyeongsan Provinces

Jeolla Provinces

China

America

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  • Steve Helton
    10:49 am on February 29th, 2008 1

    Hey have you got any pics of Camp Long I was stationed there and Camp Page from 96 to 98 (what I can remember of it) I hated it then but now I would give anything to go back I guess thats what time does to you.

    Thank you

    Steve Helton

    Harlan, Kentucky

  • Avatar of GI KoreaGI Korea
    11:18 am on February 29th, 2008 2

    Unfortunately Camp Long is one of the places that I do not have pictures for. Next time I am in Korea I will have to stop by Wonju and snap a few pics of the camp.

  • usinkorea
    12:47 pm on February 29th, 2008 3

    I thought in Wonju around that same time. I went to Korea around 96 and taught adults there for a 1 1/2 – 2 years. I met and married my wife there and we get back every few years to visit family…

    I remember both Camp Long and Camp Eagle were slated to close as part of the USFK reformation — and after activists had kept a tent pitched at one of them over claims of soil pollution in nearby rice paddies.

  • ROK Drop — Keeping the USFK Gravy Train Rolling Since 1950.
    9:39 am on April 1st, 2008 4

    [...] Photos [...]

  • Ross Cline
    6:04 pm on May 2nd, 2008 5

    Does anyone have a picture of Camp Kyle in Uijonbu?

  • Avatar of GI KoreaGI Korea
    11:32 pm on May 2nd, 2008 6

    You can find pictures of Camp Kyle in this posting here.

  • marion hebblethwaite
    1:53 am on October 17th, 2008 7

    I wonder if you would let me use any of your photos of the new korean memorial at gloster hill for terry waters and derek Kinne Gc. see my website.

    I am writing a small supplement to the series with latest memorials etc and will of course credit you

  • Bob Biarnesen
    3:12 am on February 17th, 2009 8

    13th Helicopter Company was one hell of a Party in 1959 – Unlike others that might have hated their tour of duty, this Texan enjoyed every minute he spent inside the gates, and outside the gates. What went on in the *Vil*, stays in the *Vil*. I'll bet the Old Moose sure have aged – So have we – Yikkkkes !

  • Jeff
    4:02 am on March 15th, 2009 9

    GI K,

    Some time ago you posted a story about USFK foreign service officers in Korea,it also had a picture of them together; maybe it was from S&S, not sure. Anyway, do you still have a link to that story? I recognized one of the dudes there as one of my old Platoon Leaders when I was a Drill Sergeant; last time I saw him was at CP TANGO during FOAL EAGLE 2007 just before I left. I'd like to try and get ahold of him again.

    Thanks.

  • steve krcelic
    11:27 am on May 29th, 2009 10

    You can look these posts up on google earth. I was at Gary Owen un til they closed it. We moved to camp pelham. what a dump.

  • Jim
    10:03 pm on June 5th, 2009 11

    I was in Korea 1968 at Camp McIntyre. Any pics or info? Is it still open? I have a lot of good pics if you are interested.

    Great website.

    Thanks

  • Avatar of GI KoreaGI Korea
    12:00 am on June 6th, 2009 12

    Jim thanks for visiting. Where is Camp McIntyre located at because I haven't heard of it before? I like looking at the old pics of Korea. Feel free to post your pics over at the ROK Drop Forums:
    http://rokdrop.com/forums/

    I have a special forum set up just for people to post their old pictures. Thanks again for visiting.

  • Rich
    3:49 am on June 17th, 2009 13

    Camp Mcintyre was near Munsan. i was there in '67 and '68. It was either closed or turned over to the ROK Army in the early '70's. 1st bn 17th Arty returned to Ft Sill and became a field arty unit, giving up the 8" self propelled guns

  • Bruce
    4:32 am on June 17th, 2009 14

    In 1969-70, I was at Cp St Barbara supporting I Corp Artillery. We had a Detachment at St B, and another one at Cp Mcintyre supporting the Artillery there. I drove between the 2 camps many times to help. I Corp Artillery was part of the reduction of forces in late 70, as was the 4th Maint Bn that I was in.

    If anyone has some pictures of Camp Mcintyre that they could email me, I will add them to my web page about the Camps in Korea.

    http://qsl.net/wd4ngb/korea%20pics.htm

    Bruce

    wd4ngb@charter.net

  • Rick
    8:47 am on July 11th, 2009 15

    Does anyone have any pics of Camp Howze and the ville? I am hoping to find some from at least 2000 and on. Thanks.

  • edward rodriguez
    6:56 am on November 4th, 2009 16

    does anyone have a picture of camp essayons in uijongbu I was there in 1966-67 with the 526th Enger. panel bridge Batt.thanks

    Reply

  • Avatar of GI KoreaGI Korea
    1:13 pm on November 4th, 2009 17

    Edward check out this prior posting of mine:

    http://rokdrop.com/2007/07/18/a-profile-of-usfk-c

  • Wayne Golden
    2:05 pm on November 18th, 2009 18

    Just found this site. I spent 13 months in Camp Kaiser as an MP with the 18th. Lots of memories of Unchon-Ni and Kaiser. Lost all contact with guys I served with in '61-'62

    Wayne

  • j pellegrino
    2:08 am on January 5th, 2010 19

    any gus from the 59th avaitions company out side camp red cloud we work on 13 and 23 choppeds and some hueys was there from 67 to 68

  • j pellegrino
    2:09 am on January 5th, 2010 20

    any guys from the 59th avaitions company out side camp red cloud we work on 13 and 23 choppeds and some hueys was there from 67 to 68

  • Ricky (Jamie) James
    3:17 am on August 4th, 2010 21

    Hi, I was stationed with 567 Amb Unit on the hill ( dustoff) at Camp Mosier , 43rd MASH in 69 & 70. Went TDY with 335 Maint/ 2&71st Hawk unit at Camp Jonathan Williams at Samsoni. Trying to determine how close I was to the "Z". Came down with Adv advanced Prostate Cancer in 99', filed an Agent Orange claim, was denied twice! Any body with any info that might help, please let me know. There was a Harold Williams that I replaced on tdy, tried an old e-mail address but did not work!

  • Leon LaPorte
    9:43 am on August 4th, 2010 22

    I think Camp Jonathan Williams was located on MSR 1 north of Seoul and south of Camp Howze near Geumchon (about 30 minutes, 25-30 miles, south of Panmunjom). So, that would be pretty far from the Z, but I do not know how far south they sprayed.

  • rakkasan weinsoff
    12:11 am on August 24th, 2010 23

    how can I obtain the new poster for the 60 anniversary?

    Rakkasan

  • R. Ybright
    9:32 am on October 17th, 2010 24

    For Edward Rodriguez:

    I was at Camp Essayons Dec.'66-Late '67, 'C' Company 11th Engineers, straight thru the Main Gate. If, I remember, I've got some pictures in one of the Yearbooks we got back then. I see it's been a year since you posted so, you've probably given-up by now. If not, I'll share what I have.

    I guess our E-mail addresses are exchanged off-site somwhere, not sure this works…

    …Later…

  • korea52
    10:37 pm on October 17th, 2010 25

    SOY COLOMBIANO, PARTICIPE EN LA GUERA DE KOREA, 1952 A 1953, EN CARTAGENA ESTAMOS PROGRAMANDO UNA EXPOSICIÓN DE FOTOS DE LA GUERRA, NOS GUSTARÍA QUE QUIEN TENGA FOTOS DE ESA ÉPOCA NO LAS ENVIEN, MI CORRE ES korea1952@gmail.com

  • jimmie webb
    7:06 pm on January 8th, 2011 26

    i was assign to c co 335 maint bn at camp from june 1969 to sep 1969 . reassign to d co 4th maint bn. worked as MA to the club on the hill .

  • jeff leclaire sr
    3:28 am on January 17th, 2011 27

    to. r y bright, please share your photo's with me. lost all mine. was in the 161st engr. co. c. 3rd sqd. also worked in supply. u can contact me at jeffleclairesr@yahoo.com and also on twitter as jtl161engr. thanks amd many blessings, (we need all we can get at this age). frenchy

  • Steve Powell
    11:15 pm on April 14th, 2011 28

    I was at Camp Pelham 7/17th Headquarters battery 70-71.I think it was changed to Camp Gary Owens later.I have some wonderful memories there. We went to camp St. Barbra for some of our field excercises..Thanks for this site it brings back some great great memories..I also have some good pictures of Sonju ri and the surrounding areas..

  • Chris Hiler
    5:01 am on April 19th, 2011 29

    I served with the US Army at

    Camp Pelham in 1983. I know the camp later had a name change and was closed in 2004. I'm looking for any photos or info about the small adjacent town called

    "Seonyu-ri" I can be reached at hiler8@gmail.com, thanks!

  • Chris Hiler
    11:19 am on April 21st, 2011 30

    Steve Powell, I would sure like to see your photos of Camp Pelham and Sonju ri. I'm at hiler8@gmail.com, thanks!

  • Dyna kore
    2:29 pm on May 15th, 2011 31

    Looking for Kim tae hoon . He and I went to ft Jackson for basic. I know he is stationed in Korea some where. if you know where he is please tell him to email. Iphonecase.ws@gmail.com. I know his brother in law work fo army CID that is all have good day

  • Chris Hiler
    11:45 am on July 28th, 2011 32

    This is something that I’m seeing a great deal of and is also the same thing I feel myself. Though my tour of Korea felt like a hardship at the time I now look back on it very fondly. I see that same sentiment all over various blog sites. I know in my case its partially due to being unemployed in the US for an extended period and getting very worried about money (I stuck to a strict budget and had no money worries when I was enlisted).

    I’m really feeling for Korea these days with the flooding going on. The photos I’ve been seeing in and around Seoul are just amazing (and not in a good way!)

  • Bill Lester
    2:58 pm on August 11th, 2011 33

    Was stationed at Camp Hovey for 16 months in 1961-1962 with C/32 Infantry and C/34th Infantry of 7th Infantry Divison. The hills and mountains around Hovey and Casey were bare and looked like moonscapes. Now, I cannot believe how lush and green and covered in trees they are today. Looks like an American national forest. Truly amazing. And those old drafty and leaky quonset huts that we called home are long gone also. Things do change in 49 years.

  • Roy Shirah
    10:56 am on November 3rd, 2011 34

    To Bill Lester, I was transferred from Camp Mosier in May of 1960 To Combat Support 1st B/G 32nd Inf Reg 7th Inf Div. I think the Camp was Camp Hovey, I’m not sure anymore. But I was with the SS-10 Anti-Tank Unit. Do you reconize any of this if so please EMail me at laroy13@mediacombb.net Thanks, Roy Shirah

  • rafa morones
    10:35 pm on December 12th, 2011 35

    Hello my name is rafa morones I was in Camp Red Cloud back in 86-87 is anybody out their. Hello

  • rafa morones
    10:37 pm on December 12th, 2011 36

    Rafa Morones was in A Co. 304th Sig. In body out their from that time.

  • Leon LaPorte
    12:47 am on December 13th, 2011 37

    Hi Rafa,

    I missed you by a couple years. A Co. 304th Sig. (aka Blotter 304th) at CRC 90-91. :razz:

  • Joseph Cavezza
    5:31 am on May 10th, 2012 38

    In 1978-1979 I was at Camp Casey,I was having alot of problems, I tried discussing my problems to my First Seargent,He not only turned me down, He denied me the treatment I needed.First Seargent silva I pray what goes around comes around!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Gary "Pete" Rose
    8:02 pm on July 2nd, 2012 39

    This is a site worth checking out…

    http://togetherweserved.com/

  • Bill Purcell
    4:40 am on July 8th, 2012 40

    I moved up from Hong Kong to Korea in the LST Frederick Clover in 1957 with ‘B’ Troop 56 Field Squadron Royal Engineers we were attached to the 1st Battalon of the Royal Sussex Regiment based in Gloucesteer Valley just a way from Gloucester Hill. We were their to refurbish the camp for hand over to the American Army.
    Before we left Korea 24 Field Engineer Regiment, of which our Squadron was part of, had a memorial stone layed with the 1st Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment and the ROK Army.
    I was proud, when each morning when leaving my billet, to be able to give a silent prayer to these very brave men.

  • Thomas Stiefel
    4:35 pm on July 25th, 2012 41

    http://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images?_adv_prop=image&fr=ytff1-yff13&va=camp+casey+korea

    This is the web page I stumbled across,I am a little upset that you are using some of my photos without my consent.I do not mind sharing of photos, but I do believe a person should receive the courtesy of asking them first, and if OK put there name on the picture.

  • Bill Purcell
    7:21 am on July 26th, 2012 42

    Has anyone got any photos of Gloucester Valley in it’s present form and also in the late 1950′s. I was station their with the 1st Battalion Royal Sussex regiment. and have anumber of photos but wondered if their were anymore floating about.
    I have a particular interest in the Memorial for the Glorious Gloucesters for which 24 Fld Eng Regt RE laid a stone with the Sussex and the ROK army in memory of the Gloucesters.

  • dennis w. fogg
    10:20 am on September 27th, 2012 43

    i was with 168th med batt at camp moiser in 1964 would get in contact with anyone that was there at that time

  • Ronnie Jones
    6:22 am on October 9th, 2012 44

    I was stationed with C Company 335th Mait Bn from either late March or early April 1968 until a new supply company was started at Ascom in late 68 til i left Korea in either later April or early May 69 and would love to hear from anyone that was in either place at those times

  • Eva Holleman
    9:01 am on October 19th, 2012 45

    I was at CRC back in 81-82 with 199th PSC. I do have some pix of the place if anyone’s interested. Grma07@gmail.com

  • Kenneth Kemper
    6:04 pm on October 23rd, 2013 46

    to “Tim” regarding the question about Walter Zust Jr—I am sure there was a Wally Zust who was involved with the 90th Bomb Sq. reunion that I had attended several times.I have 2 email addresses that might help you with that question. kenkemper@embarqmail.com contact me and I will give them to you Thanks

  • frank kratoska
    10:49 am on October 31st, 2013 47

    i was at camp alex williams mp we guarded ord feb 1968 march 1970
    we were sent there from 696 ord

  • Matt Bursik
    2:19 pm on November 1st, 2013 48

    Looking for anyone who served in camp page 89-90. Worked or flew blackhawks.

  • Rey Reyes
    9:55 pm on February 24th, 2014 49

    Matt Bursik,I was at Camp Pagee Da(Page) from ’87 -’88 as part of Task Force ’88 in preparation for the Seoul ’88 olympics.We activated the 309th Atk Hel.Bn.I was with C.Co.309th Scouts Plt.Compared to other campsthey really didn’t have a ville per say like the other camps.Any way anybody can email me for more info.

  • melvin wells
    9:35 am on March 3rd, 2014 50

    I was in Korea in 67_68 delta battery ,I believe 7hawk missile battalion, 38 brigade, I caint hardly remember but does anyone remember or know the camp name , it’s in hwacheon, at the bottom of mountain where missile site is, I sure would appreciate help in my search for ao spraying FOILEDGE and herbicide wellsmelvin495@yahoo.com thank you

 

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