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Honored Killed in Action
CDR. Lee, Kijong ROKNA 1st class commissioned.
As the commanding officer of AMS–508 Kanghwa, he was assassinated by one of his crew named Lee Song–Hak, a member of NAMRO faction while on patrol near the coast of Pohang City.
LCDR. Choi, Sungmo ROKNA 9th class commissioned.
While on duty as the officer of the day for PC-707 in the East Sea, he was killed after resisting against the threat from P02 Choi, Bang–Soon who tried to kidnap him to the North. The Order of Military Merit of EunSung ChoongMu was awarded.
CPT. Park, Taeman ROKNA 17th class commissioned.
While on patrol in the East Sea as an operations officer of PCE–56 DangPo, he was shot to death by a cannon located in the territory of North Korea.
CPT. Lee, Sukmoo ROKNA 18th class commissioned.
While on patrol in the East Sea as a weapons officer of PCE–56 DangPo, he was shot to death by a cannon located in the territory of North Korea.
LTC. Kim, Hakchul ROKNA 18th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
He died from the explosion which occured while checking the underground tunnel made by North Koreans for the purpose of future infiltration in the Demilitarized Zone near Pan Moon Jeom.
CDR. Park, Changjae ROKNA 1st class commissioned.
While on patrol near the coast of SamChunPo as the commanding officer of AMS–518 KoSung, he was shot to death by a US aircraft who mistook his unit as the enemy.
CDR. Lee, Taeyoung ROKNA 1st class commissioned.
While on patrol near the coast of WonSan as the commanding officer of PC–704 JiRiSan, he drowned with the ship after a mine attack.
CDR. Kwon, Soondal ROKNA 1st class commissioned.
While on patrol near the coast of WonSan as the executive officer officer of PC–704 JiRiSan, he drowned with the ship after a mine attack.
LCDR. Kim, Hageun ROKNA 2nd class commissioned.
While on patrol near the coast of WonSan as the chief engineering officer of PC–704 JiRiSan, he drowned with the ship after a mine attack.
LTJG. Lee, Haegyoon He died while on reconnaissance of the enemy in the naval ship named PF–62 AhpRokKang.
CPT. Kim, Myunghwan ROKNA 2nd class commissioned.
During the 6.25 Korean War, he was dispatched to a British warship, belonging to the United Nations, where he worked as a liaison officer. While on reconnaissance near waters of YunPyung Island he was killed. The Order of Miltary Merit of HwaRang was awarded.
LTJG. Hong, Soonbin ROKNA 3rd class commissioned.
He died in the warship, YNS-516 KongJu, after the ship sank from a mine attack by the enemy while conducting mine sweeping operations. He was awarded the Order of the Military Merit of ChoongMoo.
LTJG. Park, Yonghee ROKNA 3rd class commissioned.
While on patrol near the coast of SamChuk as a member of JMS–305 DooManKang, he was killed after a US frigate had fired DoomanKang that the US naval ship mistook as one of the enemies.
LTJG. Jo, Hangwon ROKNA 4th class commissioned.
He died from the explosion occured in the boiler room of PF–62 AhpRokKang while on patrol in the East Sea.
LTJG. An, Woosub ROKNA 4th class commissioned.
While on patrol near the coast of WonSan as a member of PC-704 JiRiSan, he drowned with the ship after a mine attack.
LTJG. Park, Chanik ROKNA 4th class commissioned.
While on patrol near the coast of WonSan as a member of PC-704 JiRiSan, he drowned with the ship after a mine attack.
Ensign Lee, Soongiin ROKNA 7th class admitted.
He was killed while conducting defence operations of Chinhae City in the area of Sangnam in Changwon City during the 6.25 Korean War as a freshman of the Naval Academy. He was promoted to Ensign in acknowledgement of his achievement.
MAJ. Lee, Inho ROKNA 11th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
He sacrificed himself by throwing his body onto a hand grenade that was about to exlode while searching for enemy in caves around Tuihoa in conducting the Seebreeze Operation as the intelligence staff officer of the third battalion working in the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam. The Order of the Military Merit of Taeguk was awarded to him.
LTC. Jung, Yangsoo ROKNA 12th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
He was killed in a helicopter crash while serving as the aide of flag lieutenant of personnel staff in the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam.
LCDR. Jang, Byungchul ROKNA 14th class commissioned.
He was killed while carrying out the transportation mission as the accounting officer of LST–812 WeeBong, a special transportation division of the ROK Navy dispatched to Vietnam.
MAJ. Eun, Myungsoo ROKNA 15th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
Mr. Eun,who was the commander of the 1st Company belonging to the 1st Battalion of the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam, died in the middle of the Dragon King's Palace Operation which took place in the area of Hoian.
LTC. Hwang, Oksuk ROKNA 15th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
A booby–trap explosion killed him as he was leading his guard company of the Blue Dragon Corps around Hoian in the middle of the Yellow Dragon 8–4 Operation.
CPT. Kim, Gabsoo ROKNA 17th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
He died from a booby–trap explosion when he was conducting YongAn Operation as the leader of 60mm gun of the 2nd Battalion and the 7th Company in the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam.
LT. Kim, Byungtae ROKNA 19th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
LT.Kim, the leader of the 1st Platoon belonging to the 1st Battalion and the 1st Company, was killed in a night ambush operation near Churai in Vietnam.
LT. Jun, Changwoo ROKNA 19th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
LT. Jun, the leader of the 3rd Platoon belonging to the 3rd Battalion and the 9th Company in the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam, was killed in a casting net operation near Churai in Vietnam.
CPT. Woo, Dongwhan ROKNA 19th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
He died from a booby–trap explosion when he was conducting KangKu Operation as the leader of the 2nd Platoon belonging to the 1st Battalion and the 3rd Company in the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam.
LT. Choi, Jungil ROKNA 20th class commissioned(Marine Corps). He was killed in a hand grenade explosion in the middle of the BiBong Operaion taken place near Churai in Vietnam while serving as the 3rd Platoon leader in the 1st Battalion and the 3rd Company of the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam.
LT. Kim, Jinchul ROKNA 20th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
LT. Jun, the leader of the 2nd Platoon belonging to the 3rd Battalion and the 9th Company in the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam, was killed in a casting net operation near Churai in Vietnam.
LT. Kim, Jogyung ROKNA 20th class commissioned(Marine Corps).
The explosion of an antitank mine killed LT. Kim who was conducting “the Dragon’s Head Operation” in the area of Churai in Vietnam as the Firearms Platoon leader belonging to the 3rd Battalion and the 10th Company of the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam.
CPT. Park, Sungwang ROKNA 21st class commissioned(Marine Corps).
He died from a booby–trap explosion when he was conducting “the Rising Dragon 19–21 Operation” in Hoian, Vietnam as the observation officer of the Artillerymen Battalion and the Commendomen Company in the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam.
CPT. Song, Youngsub ROKNA 22nd class commissioned(Marine Corps).
A booby–trap explosion killed him as he was leading the 3rd Platoon belonging to the 2nd Battalion and the 6th Company in the Blue Dragon Corps around Hoian in the middle of the Yellow Dragon #4 Operation.
CPT. Lim, Jongsoon ROKNA 22nd class commissioned(Marine Corps).
CPT. Lim, the 3rd Platoon Leader in the 1st Battalion and the 2nd Company of the Blue Dragon Corps dispatched to Vietnam, was killed after a storm mine buried by the enemy exploded while in search of the caves near Hoian.
LCDR. Yoon, Youngha ROKNA 50th class commissioned.
While on patrol in a PKM(small highspeed naval ship) which belonged to the 2nd Fleet of the ROK Navy and where he worked as the captain, he was killed in a sudden attack from North Korea in the front area. He was promoted to Lieutenant Commander and was also awarded to the Order of the Military Merit of Choongmoo in acknowledgement of his achievment.

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