Floyd Stone, U.S. Army: Camp 5, North Korea, Korean War
Oral history interview with Floyd Stone of the 1st Cavalry Division, U.S. Army, during the Korean War. Stone was taken prisoner by Communist forces on November 22, 1951. He was imprisoned at Camp 5 in North Korea until he was involved in a prisoner exchange in August 1953. For his service in the Korean War, Stone earned both a Silver Star and a Purple Heart.
Floyd L. Stone was born in a log cabin near Vang, North Dakota, on 12 February 1929. He died on 15 October 1999 and is buried at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery in Mandan.
Floyd L. Stone. "Floyd Stone, U.S. Army: Camp 5, North Korea, Korean War" (1996). Kriegieland: Conversations with Ex-POWs. 27.
1 hour, 25 minutes