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1956 COLONEL HESS VISITS ORPHANAGE (CHEJU ISLAND, KOREA)

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Uploaded on Jul 9, 2008

Colonel Dean Hess, a Minister and combat fighter pilot devoted much of his time and money toward establishing an orphanage in Korea. Many of the children seen in this 1956 clip have gone on and lived productive lives in this new democracy. Many other units established orphanages throughout Korea during and following the conflict. My unit ... the Airways and Air Communications Service (AACS) established and supported an orphanage in Seoul ... I'd sure like to know how that one ended up ... I am told the kids grew up and left. I wonder if it was closed or continues. All AACS units throughout Korea supported the orphanage with donations of money, clothes, etc.
(National Archives)

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