Mr. Kim owner of A-Trading supports our troops:
I was in search of a t shirt manufacturer, to print the I Honor logo on some shirts my friend donated to me. I visited Mr. Kim at one of his 2 facilities in Doraville Ga. He being Korean American I told him that I served in Korea during the Vietnam conflict 1968 to 1970. I told him my place of service was in downtown Seoul Korea not far from where he served and he told me he was a (KATUSA) in the ROK Army. Our meeting went very well he agreed to print the shirts and that was that was the conclusion of our first meeting. Our second meeting with Mr. Kim we and spoke about his desire to help I Honor USA charitable Org. and provide the additional T-shirts. I thanked Mr. Kim for his heart to help our organization and we continued to discuss our time in the military in Korea. Now Mr. Kim lives in America and has a thriving T-shirt Business. In order to thank Mr. Kim for his support of my of my charitable organization, I asked Mr. Kim if he would like to say something on my social media outlets to advertise his business and I thank Mr. Kim of A-Trading for his support. We are adding I Honor Your Service to America.com T shirts in the military care packages we send.
I am Alex Kim, owner of A-Trading group, LLC which is a business of screen printing and embroidery services. I met Ron Hayman Senior concerning his order and we found out we have something in common that we did in the military services in South Korea even though at different times. I was a (KATUSA) Korean augmentation to the United States Army in Young Son South Post from February 88 to July 1990.
Mr. Kim Says: During my military service, I learned American military custom, and further American cultures. Maybe that experience made me adapt myself to new circumstances like immigration to America. I have been thinking how I can give something back to my community and I got to know it’s one way I can support Mr. Hayman’s nonprofit organization at the same time I hope my efforts will contribute to realize the righteousness of God.
Mr. Kim thank you very much for your support. I was honored to serve the Korean people during my tour in Korea and extended my stay because of my love and respect of the Korean people. Thanks to the Korean people for their support of the United States with ROK troops during the Vietnam War. From Wikipedia:
The Republic of Korea (South Korea), under the administration of Park Chung-hee, took an active role in the Vietnam War. From 1964 to 1973, South Korea sent more than 300,000 troops to Vietnam. The South Korean Army, Marine Corps and Navy, Air Force all participated as an ally of the United States. The number of troops from South Korea was much more than Australia and New Zealand, second only to the US Military Force. The military commander was Lieutenant General Chae Myung-shin, ROK Army
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