Korea Veteran Yearbook 2022
Arkansas Korean War Veterans to receive yearbook FREE
The Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs is participating in a project to produce a yearbook to honor Arkansans who fought in the Korean War. The 2022 Arkansas Korean War Veterans Yearbook will feature short biographies and photographs of 350 veterans.
“This is an opportunity for our state to honor and remember Arkansans who risked their lives halfway across the world in a conflict that often is referred to as the Forgotten War,” said Nate Todd, Secretary of the Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs. “This yearbook will be a keepsake for families and will contribute to the historical record about Arkansas’s role in the Korean conflict.”
To be included in the yearbook, a veteran must have served in Korea or its territorial waters between June 25, 1950, and July 27, 1953. Veterans of the war or family members may submit photographs and a biography. The space in the yearbook is limited to 350 photographs and biographies, which will be accepted on a first-come, first-accepted basis. The deadline for submission is January 1.
The yearbook project is a partnership of the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Houston, One Korean Foundation (Korean Community of Arkansas), the State of Arkansas and the City of Little Rock. The veterans whose story appears in the yearbook will receive a copy in the mail on or about June 25.
The submission form for the yearbook is at https://forms.gle/DfzvkGyN3TNAFrsC9. Photographs and biographies also may be submitted by email with the veteran’s first, middle, and last name in the subject line to Koreayearbook2021@gmail.com. The email address is to Koreayearbook2021, but this is for 2022.
County veteran services officers are available to assist with the submission. To find a county veteran service officer, go to the website: http://www.veterans.arkansas.gov/ . Enter a county or ZIP code in the “Find your ADVAcate” bar.
Supplied below is a scratch form so that the veteran or family member can see the questions before going to the online form and gather the information requested to complete the online form.
The questions are also pasted below to allow you to work from the web page
Korean Yearbook bio
Veteran must have served in Korea's land or waters during the Korean War between June 25, 1950 and July 27.
Use this form to help you prepare to answer the questions completely online.
This form might also be used by volunteers to collect your information to be submitted online. This is a four-page document. Continue until you see END
Bios submitted on this form either typed or in handwriting will not be considered for submission due to manpower constraints.
Please submit final answers through:
1.Email address * (This can be the veteran’s, a family member’s, or friend’s e-mail if they are consistently in contact with the veteran or veteran survivor being assisted.)
2. Are you the Korean War veteran or the veteran's survivor, family member? *
3. What was your or your veteran's character of discharge? *
4. Did the veteran serve on the land or in the territorial waters of Korea during the Korean War between June 25, 1950 and July 27, 1953?
If the answer is “no” the veteran is not eligible for this project. *
5. What is the veteran's full legal name? *
6. What address would you like a copy of the yearbook mailed to? *
7. What is a good contact number for the veteran, survivor or family member? (Please include area code) *
8. When did the veteran join the military? *
9. How long did the veteran serve on land or in the territorial waters of Korea during the Korean War between June 25, 1950 and July 27, 1953? *
10. What dates did the veteran serve in Korea during Korean War between June 25, 1950 and July 27, 1953? *
11. Did the veteran serve as an enlisted officer or warrant? Select one. *
What branch of military did the veteran serve? *
12. What was the veteran's rank at discharge from the Armed Forces?
13. How long did the veteran serve in the military? *
14. What was the job the veteran was trained to perform in the Armed Forces? (Examples cook, truck driver, infantryman, barber, etc.) *
15. What was the veteran's actual job during his/her Korean War service? (Examples cook, truck driver, infantryman, barber, etc.) *
16. Where did the veteran serve on land or in the territorial waters of Korea during the Korean War between June 25, 1950 and July 27, 1953? *
17. What Arkansas county does or did the veteran reside in? *
18. What is or was the veteran's hometown?
19. What was the veteran's hometown when he or she joined the military?
20. Is/was the veteran a member of a service organization (VFW, American Legion, DAV etc.)
21. Did the veteran receive any medals for service during the Korean War? (Purple Heart, Bronze Star, etc.) *
22. Any medals/decorations/ citations/recognition received from the U.S. government? *
23. Any medals/decorations/ citations/recognition received from the Korean government? *
24. Did the veteran receive a Korean Ambassador Peace Medal? *
25. Anything else you want us to know about your veteran's service? This information might be used in the yearbook. *
26. If you are a veteran, would you like to add a personal comment? (This information will be used at the discretion of the content team.)
The online form will allow you to upload your picture for the yearbook here. The upload on the form requires a google account. If you don't have a google account, please send your photos via email to Koreayearbook2021@gmail.com with the veteran’s full name as subject.