Nam Gideok

Capital Division

RANK

Sergeant 1st Class

STORY

Sergeant 1st Class Nam Gideok was born in 52 Yongsu-ri, Sinpung-myeon, Gongju-si, Chungcheongnam-do, Jun. 5, 1939. He was assigned to 6th Company, 26th Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Sergeant 1st Class Nam Gideok died Oct. 2, 1966 at a mountaineous area of Phu Cat(CR 060532), from wounds caused by small arms fire serving during Operation Tlger 6. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Hwarang. He was buried at 48-1-391 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetry.

Choo Jeongho

Capital Division

RANK

Corporal

STORY

Corporal Choo Jeongho was born in 448-2 Itaewon-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul City, Dec 20, 1944. He was assigned to 6th Company, 26th Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Corporal Choo Jeongho died Oct. 2, 1966 at a mountaineous area in Phu Cat(CR 060532), from wounds caused by small arms fire during a search action in Operation Tlger 6. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Inheon. He was buried at 48-1-392 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetry.

Park Jeongbok

Capital Division

RANK

Corporal

STORY

Corporal Park Jeongbok was born in UIryeong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do(45 OeRye, Chilgol), Mar. 15, 1944. He was assigned to 6th Company, 26th Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Corporal Park Jeongbok died Oct. 2, 1966 at a mountaineous area in Phu Cat(CR 060532), from wounds caused by small arms fire during a search action in Operation Tiger 6. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Hwarang. He was buried at 48–390 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetry.

Lee Yonggon

Capital Division

RANK

Sergeant

STORY

Sergeant Lee Yonggon was born in 729 Hwabuk-ri, Goro-myeon, Gunwi-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Mar. 20, 194. He was assigned to 6th Company, 26th Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Sergeant Lee Yonggon died Oct. 5, 1966. at a mountaineous area in Phu Cat(CR 068618), from wounds caused by small arms fire during a cave search action in Operation Tiger 6. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Inheon. He was buried at 48-1-397 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetry.

Jeon Yang

Capital Division

RANK

Corporal

STORY

Corporal Jeon Yang was born in 626 Tongmyeong-ri, Yecheon-eup, Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do, Jun. 14, 1943. He was assigned to 6th Company, 26th Regiment, Tiger Division and was dispatched to Vietnam; stationed in the area of Binh Dinh Province.
Corporal Jeon Yang died Oct. 5, 1966 at a mountaineous area in Phu Cat(CR 068618), from wounds caused by small arms fire during a cave search action in Operation Tiger 6. He was awarded the Order of Military Merit Inheon. He was buried at 48-3-399 graveyard in Seoul National Cemetry.