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Kathleen Hesseman

...David Hesseman Feb. 4,1980. She traveled with her husband who was active duty Army to Germany, Fort Benning GA., Camp Zama Japan and Fort Gordan Ga. She and her husband have made Augusta their home since July 1990. She shared brief stints...

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Peter Porcelli

...Crowder, Missouri. In 1956, he was assigned to the US Army Headquarters, Far East in the Office of the Provost Marshal, Camp Zama, Japan. In 1959, CSM Porcelli was stationed at the Military Police Center and School at Fort Gordon, Georgia, where...

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Mr. Johnny Grant (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

...Ga. Three brothers, Timothy Grant of Overgaurd, Az., Richard Grant of Ravenel, South Carolina and William Grant, Camp Zama, Tokyo, Japan. Also three nieces, two nephews and one great niece and one great nephew. Also numerous cousins and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/06/07/obi_418175.shtml
Obituaries
Halfway around world, Yanks hear it: How 'bout Bosox?

CAMP ZAMA, Japan -- Halfway around the world and half a year later, the question doesn't go away. When the New York Yankees visited...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/03/29/bas_410305.shtml
Baseball
Some 'brave' MIAs were defectors

In 1967-68 I was assigned, after recovering from an injury in Vietnam, to a company in Camp Zama, Japan. As the first sergeant, my duties were to oversee soldiers who were treated for their wounds in the hospital and released...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/07/30/edi_294018.shtml
Editorials
Mr. Michael Brown (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

...Chestnut, Sandra Brittingham and Shanon Brown, all of Augusta; four nieces and four nephews. Mr. Brown was born at Camp Zama, Japan. He was a pipefitter. Funeral services will be announced at a later date. Poteet Funeral Home South Chapel...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/11/23/obi_394745.shtml
Obituaries
Mr. Michael Brown (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

...Chestnut, Sandra Brittingham and Shanon Brown, all of Augusta; four nieces and four nephews. Mr. Brown was born at Camp Zama, Japan. He was a pipefitter. Funeral services will be announced at a later date. Poteet Funeral Home South Chapel...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/11/22/obi_394390.shtml
Obituaries
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