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Re: info needed
on 3/5/03 7:43 PM, LTC John N. Duquette at JDUQUETTE@kc.rr.com wrote:LTC
John N. Duquetterd&kae round
> They were held at various places. IN the vicinity of the Yalu: Camp 2,
> Camp 2 Annex, Camp 5. In vicinity of Pyongyang: Pak's Palace, Slave
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> From: owner-KOREAN-WAR-L@listproc.cc.ku.edu
> [mailto:owner-KOREAN-WAR-L@listproc.cc.ku.edu] On Behalf Of rd round
> Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2003 8:36 PM
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> Subject: info needed
> Does anyone know the camp Air Force pows were at during the Korean war?
What I am looking for is any pow who was reprated [that would talk to me]
that could help me find out if the the e&e report the Air Force put out in
53 could be true,it said that Maj. Keene [who was shot down 11-19-52] was
tried for fighting with another pow and was senteced to 211/2 years with out
chance of repation.
The family of Maj. Keene and his crew would like to find out if this really
was reported, did it happen or not, any help would be very much appreciated.
see report at <http://www.aiipowmia.com/airintel.html> Scroll down to Maj.
Kassel M. Keene see last line.