Second Photo page
for things members do
First Photo page
(2005) for new photos without stickers...we will have a Unique CP1 Sticker
page soon. See member in New Orleans.
Photos from Quantico National Cemetery Veterans Day
event 2005. Slide down on this page.
Photos from the 2005 American Legion National
Convention in Hawaii are located
Day 2002 in Korea
Members of the Korea
Memorial Division participated in activities from the Korean National
Cemetery to Inchon.
The 2002 Marine Corps
Ball in Seoul, Korea
Former and active Marines in the Korea
Memorial Division celebrate the Corps' 227th birthday in Seoul.
CP1 North Texas Meet
Pictures from their meeting back in March 2002.
from the Bahrain Watering Hole
Members enjoying themselves at Ric's Kountry Kitchen.
Buddha's Birthday 2002
Two China Post members come together in Korea to attend
and assist in the celebrations of Buddha's birthday.
China Post V-E Day
Reunion in Menton, France
Pictures from the 2002 reunion with members from France,
Germany, Saudi Arabia and the Commander coming in from Houston. Pictures
of our travels and participation in memorials.
the All FAC Reunion in Honolulu
China Post Commander Fred Platt and others were in attendance
See pictures of President
Bush's visit to Korea
J. Lint and R. Grondin, CP1 members, attend Yongsan
events with the Bush visit.
First Photo page for new photos without
stickers...we will have a Unique CP1 Sticker page soon.
Veterans Day 2005
Quantico National Cemetery
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A photo of a member working in New Orleans. Taken on
September 5th 2005 at Decatur and St. Louis Sts. in the New
Orleans French Quarter. Bourbon Street is behind me 2
blocks. We were working for a cellular telephone company as
their linemen, tower climbers and power crews were being
shot at by local idiots as they were trying to get the
system up and running. We were there to convince the
shooters that this was not a good idea.
Wish I had a sticker with me so I could have posted one.
How can I get one for when I go back in a few weeks?
Recognizing the ladies of CP1:
Auxiliary member Jung Hunt recieves an award for work during Desert
(Originally appeared in American
Legion Auxiliary National News, July-August 1992, pg 27.)
Jung H. Hunt, a member of the American Legion Generals Ward &
Chennault & Lt. Helseth Post No. 1 (China) Auxiliary, received
the 'Desert Shield/Desert Storm' medal on May 10 in Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia. The medal was presented to her by Maj. Gen. J.B. Taylor,
U.S. Army, to commend the Army's civilian employees for their service
Submitted by Jim Luke
Submitted by Abe Goldfarb
German crew of the Prinz Eugen embarking
at Le Havre, France in 1946 on an U.S. Merchant Marine Cargo/Troop ship
to be taken to Wilhelmshaven, Germany to be interned in a POW camp (British
zone). after The Prinz Eugen participated in the atom bomb test (Operation
Crossroads) at Bikini Atoll.
During her wartime career, the Prinz Eugen was with the Bismarck when
it was sunk.