15 images. Examiner War Wounded Fund (San Diego and Oceanside), 2 August 1951. Lieutenant Clarence D. Lynn; Mrs. Viola Lynn; Corporal C.E. Rekdahl; F.P. Murphy; Private First Class R.W. Medsker; Sergeant C.A. Tully; Corporal T.J. Stevens; Corporal J.D. Lowermilk; Corporal Harry McDonalt; Private First Class Bill Vaugn; Rex Flint; Private First Class W.H. Brawner; Corporal Tommy R. Young; Private First Class Henry Brady; Archie Watts; Joseph Hooper; Gerard Golden.; Caption slip reads: "Photographer; Miller. Date; 08-02. Reporter: Driscoll. Assignment; Examiner war wounded fund. Captions: War wounded, Oceanside and San Diego, Aug. 2. To be used Sunday or Monday, Aug. 5 or 6. 4-20: San Diego Naval Hospital. Navy Lieutenant Clarence D. Lynn and wife, Viola. Home, San Diego. Wounded aboard USS Thompson off Songjin. Shell from enemy shore battery hit ship. 21-22: Naval Hospital, Oceanside (Camp Pendleton). Corporal C.E. Rekdahl, Los Angeles. Hospital Corpsman Third Class F.P. Murphy mustering Korean wounded for $10 bill distribution. (He's not a patient; stationed at hospital). Private First Class R.W. Medsker, Compton; Sergeant C.A. Tully, Santa Monica; Corporal T.J. Stevens, Oceanside. 7-8: Oceanside. Corporal J.D. Lowdermilk of Long Beach. Wounded in Iron triangle fighting. Legs burned with gasoline. Hospital Corpsman J.H. Palmer administering treatment which Lowdermilk says can wait until he sees what's in the war wounded envelope".; Caption slip continues: "18, 20: San Diego Naval Hospital. Corporal Harry McDonald, Pasadena, Private First Class Bill Vaughn, Havana, Illinois, one of Southern California's temporary guests getting a Southern California welcome. 19: San Diego. Corporal Stan Rysiejko, Bridgeport, Connecticut. Wounded near one of those reservoirs which are bad places for Marines'. 9-10: Private First Class Rex Flint, Riverside. Wounded at Wonchon. 11-12: Private First Class W.H. Brawner, Compton; Corporal Tommy R. Young, South Gate; Private First Class Henry Brady, Long Beach. (This is the group in which the man in the middle has arm in a metal frame) At Oceanside. 23-24: Oceanside. Group. Standing: Master Sergeant Archie Watts, Santa Ana; Corporal Joseph Hooper, Houston, Texas; Master Sergeant Gerard Golden, Scranton, Pennsylvania; Master Sergeant William J. Knight, Norwalk; Master Sergeant N.E. Zirkle, Belford, Ohio; Hospital Corpsman Third Class A. Singleton, Chicago; Corporal R. Reyes, Tucson; Machinist's mate Third Class J.P. Ellison, Sioux City, Iowa. Sitting: Sergeant Frank D. Povero, Montour Falls, New York; Corporal R.S. Matheny, Riverside; Private First Class Frank J. Marino, Oceanside. All Marines, except Ellison and Singleton -- they're Navy".