Best on the Net - P to R
- Panmunjom, Korea
Devoted to all who have and are serving at Panmunjom.
- Paperless Archives' Korean War
Where to order a broad range of Korean War material (original documents, presidential papers, official history
texts, and photos) on CD Rom.
- Paratroopers of the 50’s
History of Airborne Forces from that era, as well as poems, jump school of the 50’s information, planes of the
1950s, and stories.
- Patriot Files
Find Korean War brief accounts by KW veterans: Norman E. Duquette, James Willard Braly, Ken Schecter, Pfc.
Donald Luedtke, Wm. F. (Bill) Welch, Sgt. Jack Morris, Earl Myers, Richard T. Gruber, James D. Moran, Herbert
Rideout, Lous "Digger" O’Dell, Scotia D. Oliver, and SFC Seymour "Hoppy" Harris.
- Philadelphia – Korean War Memorial at
This new website is under construction, but visitors can see pictures of the memorial, as well as learn about
the efforts made to get it built.
- Philippine Expeditionary Force to Korea
Excellent history and background of Philippines involvement in the Korean War. Site created and maintained by
A website that exposes phonies who claim medals and other awards they did not receive or claim to be heroes
they are not.
See the Korean War Educator’s "People Not Statistics" page for
POW/MIA website links.
- POW – Biographies
The American Ex-Prisoners of War website provides the biographies of Korean War ex-POWs: Richard A. Caverly,
Harley Coon, Marvin E. Dorsey, Charles Ferguson, Thomas Francione, Luis Lugo, John Moore, Dallas Mossman,
Hillman Rabalais, Maurice "Mo" Sharp, Edward Slater, Kenneth Viles, and James Volpone.
- POW Statistics
For a list of statistics regarding POW repatriates and non-repatriates in Operation Little Switch and Big
Switch, click on the US Army Center for Military History link above.
- POWs (US) in Korea – Johnson’s List
The Reader’s Digest article about Pfc Johnnie Johnson’s efforts to document the deaths of Korean War veterans
in prison camps in Korea. This site also has a compilation of 496 Tiger Survivors who were on Johnson’s list.
An article by Bill Mesler, "Why the Pentagon Hates Peace in Korea."
- Pusan Web
A website about the city of Pusan, Korea. Tourist-oriented site. One of the sites to visit in Pusan is the UN
Every two or three months, the Pyongyang Report newsletter is issued with North Korean issues and viewpoints
reflected in its articles.
- Rakkasan Big Apple Chapter
This site opens to a moment of silence in memory of fallen Rakkasans. Beautiful!! Photos, history, honors
associated with the 187th Airborne Assault RCT.
- Ramblin’ Reese’s G Co 8th Cav Regt (Inf) Korean
Created by Whitey Reese, this page features news, rosters, reunion pictures, history, mail inquiries, and a
1st Cavalry Aviation Research section.
- Reg Kitchener at War with the
Royal Artillery: A Korean Adventure
Kitchener was a battery quarter master sergeant with B Troop, 70th Field Battery, 45 Field Reg. Royal
Artillery Detachment. His site includes photos, RA Korea Roll of Honor, and a links page. It also includes the
composition of Commonwealth forces in Korea 1950-53.
- Roland Holder Website
The website of Roland Holder, a veteran of the 2nd Engineer Battalion, 2nd Division. The site includes six
chapters in an online book about Holder’s wartime experiences.
- Roughstuff’s Korean War Archive and Commentary
Book reviews, articles about Korea, links to other Korean War sites, and military and geopolitical analyses
associated with the Korean War.