Jang Honggi

Capital Division

RANK

Sergeant

STORY

Sergeant Jang Honggi was born in 357 Yeon’gye-ri, Hwasan-myeon, Yeongcheon-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Apr. 24, 1945. He was assigned to 2nd Battery, 61th Artillery Battalion, Artillery Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Sergeant Jang Honggi died Nov. 4, 1965 in Tay Son, Phu Phong(BR 807366), from wounds caused by a misfiring during sentry duty. He was buried at 51-1-11 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetery.

Jo Taeseong

Capital Division

RANK

Captain

STORY

Captain Jo Taeseong was born in 250-1 Gyo-dong, Gimje-si, Jeollabuk-do, Apr. 12, 1945. He was assigned to 2nd Battery, 61th Artillery Battalion, Artillery Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Captain Jo Taeseong died Oct. 28, 1969 in Tay Son, Tay Giang(BR 994306), from wounds caused by a vehicle overturning during on duty. He was buried at 51-4-0197 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetery.

Lee Jang’hi

Capital Division

RANK

Sergeant

STORY

Sergeant Lee Jang’hi was born in 386-1 Changman-ri, Gwangtan-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do, Jun. 20, 1948. He was assigned to 2nd Battery, 61th Artillery Battalion, Artillery Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Sergeant Lee Jang’hi died Apr. 19, 1972 in Tay Son, Deo An Khe(BR 610425), from wounds caused by an enemy’s sniper shooting during on rush at the enemy position in Operation Beongae 24. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Inheon. He was buried at 03-1-4058 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetery.

Seo Jeonseok

Capital Division

RANK

Corporal

STORY

Corporal Seo Jeonseok was born in 78 Gasil-ri, Jinbong-myeon, Gimje-si, Jeollabuk-do, Jan. 23, 1950. He was assigned to 2nd Battery, 61th Artillery Battalion, Artillery Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Corporal Seo Jeonseok died Apr. 19, 1972 in Tay Son, Deo An Khe(BR 610425), from wounds caused by an enemy’s sniper shooting during on rush at the enemy position in Operation Beongae 24. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Inheon. He was buried at 03-1-4080 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetery.

Choi Cheol

Capital Division

RANK

Corporal

STORY

Corporal Choi Cheol was born in 202 2ga Han’gang-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul Capital City, Sep. 13, 1945. He was assigned to 3rd Battery, 61th Artillery Battalion, Artillery Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Corporal Choi Cheol died Sep. 12, 1968 in Dong Xuyen, Xuyen Long, Nui Ong(BQ 9095), from wounds caused by a booby trap explosion during Operation Beongae 68-2. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Inheon. He was buried at 21-1-2102 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetery.