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Departed U.S. Marines of the Korean DMZ, Section 1

FIRST PROVISIONAL DEMILITARIZED ZONE POLICE COMPANY

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If you are or know a former member of the First Provisional Demilitarized Zone Police Company, First Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, leave contact information and an old Grunt will respond. The unit was activated 4 September 1953 and deactivated 17 March 1955.

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6 Comments

Reply ManuelHix
3:18 AM on September 26, 2017 
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More info!
Reply DIMZEL
11:23 AM on March 13, 2015 
Please see: http://1stprovdmzpoliceco-ii.webs.com/billydonline.htm for Billy D Line's memorial page.

My father Billy D Line was a member of the 1st Prov DMZ Police Company Jan 1954-1955. He passed away Mon Feb 10th, 2014. I was looking for anyone who may remember him or another member of the DMZ George T Floyd. My father and Floyd were involved in a car accident together in May 1955. George was killed in that accident. I have a photo of Geoge in a DMZ patrol Jeep I would like to share wtih you for your site.

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Reply Terri Wenz
2:50 PM on February 22, 2014 


My father Billy D Line was a member of the 1st Prov DMZ Police Company Jan 1954-1955. He passed away Mon Feb 10th, 2014. I was looking for anyone who may remember him or another member of the DMZ George T Floyd. My father and Floyd were involved in a car accident together in May 1955. George was killed in that accident. I have a photo of Geoge in a DMZ patrol Jeep I would like to share wtih you for your site.
Reply Marilyn Simpatico
11:22 PM on December 3, 2010 


Thanks for honoring my Dad, Edward J. Pretko for his service in the Marine Corp..Great job with the web page!
Reply DIMZEL
6:50 PM on November 2, 2010 


DIMZEL says...
Serving in the Armed Forces of the United States is honorable regardless of uniform or collar devices. Your Grandfather would be proud.




Anthony Arvin says...
Thanks, was just wondering. He was my grandfather, and that was something i never got to ask him. Course i was only fourteen when he passed, so the question never came to mind. I'm in the national guard now, know it wouldn't of been his first choice but hope he's proud. Thanks for the info.




DIMZEL says...
William G Arvin was a corporal in the 1954 photographs with the apprehended Military Demarcation Line (MDL) crossers shown on his page.






Anthony Arvin says...
What rank was william g arvin?
Reply Mad Dog Mulkern
2:47 PM on September 3, 2010 


Simply smashing site old chap......Looks a bit familier.....Keep up the good work.....And for heavens sake, Keep Your Powder Dry............

   

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