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Robert J. Crowley - Korean War

Bob Crowley served as an officer with the U.S. Army Signal Corps in South Korea, arriving in 1953 at a time when the armistice talks were finally coming to a close. He was assigned to the Korean Military Advisory Group (KMAG), and specifically served as the Signal Maintenance and Repair Officer for the 85th Signal Repair Company, a Republic of Korea Army unit.

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Early life, education and military training in Signal Corps

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Second Lieutenant Robert Crowley shortly after his commissioning in September, 1952.

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Unknown

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September, 1952

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Lieutenant Crowley received this letter of Appreciation upon his departure from Korea in October, 1953. The letter is signed by Paik Sun-yup, South Korea’s first four star general and the country’s Army Chief of Staff.

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Unknown

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October, 1953

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Robert Crowley received this certificate in the fall of 1953 from the Republic of Korea Army upon his departure for the states for his work with the Korean Military Advisory Group.

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Unknown

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Fall of 1953

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This image is considered to be in the public domain.



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