kang Wonhee

Capital Division

RANK

Master Sergeant

STORY

Master Sergeant kang Wonhee was born in 531 Seochang-dong, Seo-gu, Gwangju City, Dec. 26, 1940. He was assigned to 6th Company, Armor Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Master Sergeant kang Wonhee died may. 3, 1972 in Tay Son, Phu Phong(BR 609414), from wounds caused by an enemy’s booby trap explosion during a search operation. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Inheon. He was buried at 03-1-4060 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetery.

Kang Yeonggi

Capital Division

RANK

Sergeant

STORY

Sergeant Kang Yeonggi was born in 5-1 Seogyo-dong, Yeosu-si, Jeollanam-do, Sep. 5, 1950. He was assigned to 6th Company, Armor Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Sergeant Kang Yeonggi was killed May. 4, 1972 in Tay Son, south of Deo An Khe, 638 hill(BR 604425), during a battle with enemies in Operation Beongae 24. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Inheon. He was buried at 03-1-4098 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetery.

Chae Yongbu

Capital Division

RANK

Corporal

STORY

Corporal Chae Yongbu was born in 712 Seokji-ri, Ha’i-myeon, Goseong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, Sep. 4, 1944. He was assigned to 7th Company, Armor Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Corporal Chae Yongbu was killed Feb. 8, 1966 in east of Tay Son, Song Con(BR 842838), during a battle with enemies in Operation Beongae 66-3. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Hwarang. He was buried at his Family Cemetery.

kwon Orang

Capital Division

RANK

Sergeant 1st Class

STORY

Sergeant 1st Class kwon Orang was born in Yakmok-myeon, Chilgok-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Mar. 24, 1940. He was assigned to 7th Company, Armor Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Sergeant 1st Class kwon Orang died Apr. 2, 1966 in east of Tay Son, Song Con (BR 855387), from wounds caused by an enemy’s grenade explosion during Operation Beongae 66-5. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Chungmu. He was buried at 51-1-226 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetery.

Seo Gilyong

Capital Division

RANK

Staff Sergeant

STORY

Staff Sergeant Seo Gilyong was born in Seoho-ri, Daedong-myeon, Hampyeong-gun, Jeollanam-do, May. 11, 1942. He was assigned to 7th Company, Armor Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Staff Sergeant Seo Gilyong was killed Apr. 2, 1966 in east of Tay Son, Song Con(BR 860400), during a battle with enemies in Operation Beongae 66-5. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Chungmu. He was buried at 51-1-221 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetery.