My name is Jim Murphy. I was a SP4, 91B20, stationed at Camp Mosier from March 73 to February 74. I pulled many shifts at the 43rd, transported patients from the 3077th on the hill down to the 43rd, and drove many, many miles in those ambulances transporting patients to and from the 2nd and 7th Infantry Division outlying camps to the 43rd for treatment. I still remember the giant blown up photo of the cast of the TV series M*A*S*H* that hung on the wall just in back of the ER counter. The ambulance company was kind of isolated at the south end of the compound. We always had the ambulances lined up just past the last row of quonset huts so they were ready to roll at a moments notice. We worked, played, ate and slept in those quonset huts and drove the wheels off those old ambulances. I also served at Camp Howard and Camp Humphreys for short periods. At Humphreys we ran new Dodge vans. I still remember those Korean winters as being absolutely bone chilling cold. Rosie's may have turned out to be famous but I really don't remember it being all that much fun ... and the OB beer was barely drinkable. Just in case your health may be starting to wane, as mine is, I've learned that the Army has admitted to utilzing Agent Orange, as well as other dioxin based compounds, all around the DMZ from '68 to '71.