With Grateful Thanks, You Are Never Forgotten
The Warriors Code Of Honor
Senior Master Sergeant Clyde Ferguson
Grateful Thanks to Clyde, who gave all.
Clydes' plaque at the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial
Clyde is also on the Vietnam page, as he fought in both wars.
Sergeant First Class Woodrow Wilson Curtis
Grateful Thanks to Woodrow, who gave all.
Sergeant First Class Curtis was a veteran of World War II.
In Korea, he was a member of Company K,
3rd Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division.
He was Killed in Action while fighting the enemy
near Hangye, South Korea on 25 May 1951.
Medals, Awards and Badges
Silver Star Medal with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster
Army Good Conduct Medal
American Theater Campaign Medal
European, African, Middle Eastern Campaign Medal
World War II Victory Medal
National Defense Service Medal
Korean Service Medal
United Nations Service Medal
Republic of Korea War Service Medal
Army Presidential Unit Citation
Korean Presidential Unit Citation
Combat Infantryman Badge with 1 Star (2nd Award)
Sergeant First Class Woodrow Wilson Curtis is buried at
Fort Lewis Cemetery in Fort Lewis, Pierce County, WA,
in Section 4E, Site 11
Grateful thanks to his family for the information.
Woodrow Curtis will also be placed on the WWII page,
as he served in both wars.
Korean War Air Combat Gun Camera (9:58)
Take-off from Camarillo 1/14/12
Lockheed EC-121 Super Constellation (YouTube) (9:11)
The Korean War - Silver Wings (YouTube) (9:58)
Korean War Pictures
After much deliberation, I have decided to put Waldo in
a seperate section on the Korean page.
Waldoe's assignment occured during the Vietnam War
but he performed Security in Korea.
Uncle Waldo E. from Georgia
Thank You Waldo
Photo of me with Dad and friend one week before I was sworn in, Oct 1970
I joined the USAF in Oct, 1970 and was honorably discharged Oct, 1976.
Along with various TDY assignments I was stationed at
Ft.Meade, MD and Osan AFB, ROK (Republic of Korea).
I performed my duties in conjunction with the USAFSS
(Security Services) and NSA (National Security Agency).
I attended the Defense Language Institute (DLI) in Monterey,CA for 47 weeks ...
6 hrs per day M-F ... learning the Korean language
to be a Voice Processsing Specialist (Interpreter/Interrogator).
I then attended various tech schools.
I participated in water survival and mountain survival training courses.
Because my duties might have led to me being behind enemy lines
I also attended SERE at Fairchild AFB in Washington
Then due to the fact that my duties were classified as Top Secret
I remained at Fairchild AFB for training should I become a POW.
This pdf file tells about the USAFSS's history
I strongly suggest that anyone between the ages of 18 and 42
consider one of these careers:
Go Army Linguist
CIA Foreign Languages