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제비도 은혜는 잊지 않는다

The Chosin Few



제비도 은혜는 잊지 않는다

The Chosin Few



The mission of the 6.25 Foundation is to honor the American soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of the values they held dear while fighting in the Korean War.

To honor them and to give our thanks, the Foundation offers academic scholarship funds to the hometowns of those who served in the Korean War.

Last year, the Foundation began the Library Project, offering funds to develop childrens’ libraries in schools in honor of fallen soldiers.


The 2020 LIBERTY WALK far exceeded our expectations . during a very difficuly year of our Nation, we were overjoyed and honored to be joined by 32 participants. Together, we walked a combined 110 miles in 6 states and in 7 nations

This year let us journey together beyond 1,000 miles

The 2021 Liberty Walk will honor all who gave their lives in the Battle of Chosin Reservoir

In particular, we remember with gratitude and admiration 8 soldiers from Vermont who perished in The Battle of Chosin

Private Ronald R. Fleming

Sergeant Richard Frank Abott

Corporal Richard G. Desautels

Maurice P Gardner
Private First Class

Marvin G Hamelin
Private First Class

Mark G Page
Sergeant First Class

James H Robinson
Private First Class

Arlond M Tanner Jr
Private First Class

Please fill out the registration form below to provide us with information about your 6.25 walking route and the names of your fellow Liberty Walkers.

Thank you for your support!


Cpl. Richard L. Bolognani

Lt. Calla Virginia Goodwin

MSG John Ollin Herring

Private Kenneth Shadrick

PFC Pedro Alvarez Delgado

The 24th Infantry


Are we facing another war?
What are we willing to give up in order to avoid it?
How many concessions are too many?
Is history repeating itself?

Our collective memory of the Korean War and why it was important is fading. Yet parallels exist between the forces that gave rise to the conflict and the events of today, making knowledge of the War more relevant than ever.

625 Foundation to promote renewed study of the Korean War, and to ensure that the hard-fought lessons learned by its generation are not lost on future ones. We will begin with the people and communities directly impacted by the conflict: We will hear from the men and women who experienced the War about why they fought, and what they lived through. We will document visits to towns and cities that have erected memorials to the War, in America, South Korea, and other countries that had a stake in its outcome. We will use existing reference material to give context to our fieldwork.

With the resources gathered by the Foundation, we believe the general public will be better informed and positioned to consider the future of the Korean peninsula.




6.25 Foundation will honor the fallen soldiers by setting up scholarships in their names and natural disaster rescue activities

Please fill out the form to provide us with your school information and the soldier you wish to honor.


Contact 625 Foundation
By Mail: 625FoundationOrg@gmail.com
P.O. Box 9
Rupert, VT 05768