Raymond L. Fish (83) was born in Sherrodsvile, Ohio, and had been farming there before enlisting in October of 1948. He arrived in Pusan in August of 1950, and was stationed there as well as many other places as a part of the 25th infantry, 35th regiment, medical company. As his rank of SFC, he participated in the Pusan Perimeter and Bowling Alley campaigns. He received the Good Conduct, Purple Heart, UN Service, National Defense, Combat medical bronze, and Korean Defense medals for his commitments. He was wounded in his right arm. Raymond departed from Korea in August of 1951, and was discharged in May of the next year. He went to college after his discharge, and then graduated from veterinary school at Ohio State. His hobbies now include woodworking, photography, and reading.