15th MPs and 25th Recon Company, 25th Inf. Div.,
Osaka & Shinodayama, Japan, and Korean War
Searching for old buds from these companies. To date I have located over a hundred of these men,
many of whom would like to make contact with their long lost buddies from the Japanese Occupation and
Korean War era. I would also like to hear from anyone who has ever served with 35th MPs. I
served with the 25th MPs and 25th Mechanized Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop in Osaka and Shinodayama, Japan,
Do contact me: Leon G. Jones, 205 West Highline Dr., Deer Park, TX 77536;
ph. 281-479-1125 or e-mail LeonGJones@aol.com.
25th MPs, 25th Recon Co., 25th Infantry Division
Searching for old buds of the 25th MP’s and 25th Recon Company, 25th Inf Div, Osaka and Shinodayama,
Japan, and Korean War. To date I have located over a hundred of these men, many of whom would like to make
contact with their long lost buddies from the Japanese Occupation and Korean War era.
I would also like to hear from anyone who has ever served with 25th MP’s as we are preparing a 25th MP
directory and address book. Do let me hear from you; perhaps I can help you locate your long lost bud. I
served with the 25th MP’s and 25th Mechanized Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop in Osaka and Shinodayama,
Japan, 1947 - 1949.
Do contact me at Leon G. Jones, 205 West Highline Dr., Deer Park, TX 77536
Tel. 281-479-1125, or Email me at LeonGJones@aol.com.
25th Infantry Division, 27th Infantry Regiment, HQ Co.
I am a County Veteran Service Officer trying to assist a fellow veteran in his claim for SC injuries.
Anyone who knew Donald Schneider, May 1952-June 1953, please e-mail me.
Contact: Jane Babcock, County Veterans Service Officer, Manitowoc County. Phone 920-683-4055.
25th Infantry Division, 27th Infantry Reg., 8th FAB
My grandfather, Pvt. Thomas J. Browning is a Korean Vet. He, along with his twin brother, Pfc. Joseph
D. Browning, was on tour of duty in Camp Nara, Japan before being sent to Korea in early July of 1950. I
have just located one of their buddies, Pfc. Clarence Leon, from their unit. Joseph was killed on July 29,
1950. He was MIA until March of 1953. They were in the 25th Infantry Division (Tropic Lightning), 27th
Inf. Reg., 8th Field Artillery Battalion. A few months after Joseph was killed, my grandfather was still
serving with the 8th AFB but transferred to Battery A. He still saw these men, but not as often.
We have pictures of most of the men, but due to the soldiers calling each other by last names, some of
the first names are a blur. If anyone has ANY information on any of these men, it would be greatly
Pfc. LeBlanc (Louisiana)
POSSIBLY------ Pvt. LaPierre????? (Thinks is his last name and cousin to LeBlanc)
Pfc. Carr (suffered from horrible migraines and possibly sent home) (somewhere up north)
Pfc. Cole (Possibly Virginia or West Virginia)
Pfc. Mayton (Texarkana, Arkansas)
Pfc. Kemp (Served in WWII and Korea-went back to rifleman in Korea)
Pfc. Allsup (Thinks from Utah......Played guitar with my granddaddy and his brother)
We also have a picture of "Crazy Leg" Baggett.. Grandfather doesn't remember him, but Joseph's handwriting
was identical...could have been a friend of Joseph's that he doesn't remember.
Pfc. Antonio Lawyer (says he was Mexican and loved to sing with my granddaddy)
Pfc. (possible spellings) Pooda, Pooder, Puder, Pudda, Puddah Thinks he was possibly injured or killed,
but not sure of name spelling.
Contact: Stephanie Gordon - email@example.com
9903 Cottonwood Dr. Semmes, AL 36575 251-649-2067
25th Division, 35th Regiment, 3rd Battalion, Item Company
I am helping an uncle try to find some living/deceased members from his time in the Korean War.
My uncle was in the Army 25th Division, 35th Regiment, 3rd Battalion, Item Company. He served from
about April 1951 to July 1952.
Contact: Steve Esquibel. Ph. 626-483-6658. E-mail