Bill Anderson of Green is the only living member of the 180-man U.S. Army infantry unit he served with in the Korean War. Just 10 survived the war and all but him have since died. A few days before the 60th anniversary on July 27 of the armistice that ended the Korean War, Anderson sat at a table at the American Legion building on Southeast Oak Street in Roseburg with two of Douglas County’s other Korean War veterans, Navy pilot Owen Dykema and Navy corpsman Burt Ellis. They talked with The News-Review about their memories of “The Forgotten War.” Anderson, …
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