Wolfpack Overview
Wolfpack SSI
Japanese quilted silk and bullion Wolfpack Guerrilla shoulder sleeve insignia.

This patch was designed by SGT Tom Zagner in July 1952.
PFC Joe Groppuso
Japanese quilted silk and bullion Wolfpack Guerrilla shoulder sleeve insignia attributed to PFC Joe Groppuso.

PFC Groppuso served as a radio operator with Wolfpack 6.

Notice that the wool fill has been removed between the top of the patch and the bottom of the GUERRILLA tab.

This patch was designed by SGT Tom Zagner in July 1952.
Wolfpack SSI
Japanese quilted silk and bullion Wolfpack Guerrilla shoulder sleeve insignia.

This patch was designed by SGT Tom Zagner in July 1952.
SGT Tom Zagner
A photo of SGT Tom Zagner and an unknown Korean.

Notice that he carries a Russian Tokarev as his sidearm.

SGT Zagner designed the Wolfpack Guerrilla shoulder sleeve insignia in June 1952.
Wolfpack SSI
Japanese quilted silk and bullion Wolfpack Guerrilla shoulder sleeve insignia attributed to SFC George Yosich.

Notice that the Guerrilla tab has been removed from this patch.

This patch was designed by SGT Tom Zagner in July 1952.
Wolfpack SSI
Wolfpack Guerrilla shoulder sleeve insignia.

Notice that colors are different from the previous 4, Wolfpack Guerrillas added to the tab, Airborne added below the tab and Amphibious added to the bottom of the patch.

According to CPL Alfred Chatfield there were a total of five of these made.

The five patches went to CPL Chatfield, PFC Pinard, Kim (a Korean partisan, CPT Lamm and another soldier.
Wolfpack SSI
Wolfpack Guerrilla shoulder sleeve insignia.

Notice that colors are different from the previous 4, Wolfpack Guerrillas added to the tab, Airborne added below the tab and Amphibious added to the bottom of the patch.

According to CPL Alfred Chatfield there were a total of five of these made.

The five patches went to CPL Chatfield, PFC Pinard, Kim (a Korean partisan, CPT Lamm and another soldier.
CPL Alfred Chatfield
A xerox copy of CPL Alfred Chatfield's Wolfpack Guerrilla shoulder sleeve insignia.

Notice that colors are different from the previous 4, Wolfpack Guerrillas added to the tab, Airborne added below the tab and Amphibious added to the bottom of the patch.

According to CPL Alfred Chatfield there were a total of five of these made. The five patches went to CPL Chatfield, PFC Pinard, Kim (a Korean partisan, CPT Lamm and another soldier.

Courtesy of Les Hughes
Western WolfPack Guerrilla
Western Wolf-Pack Guerrilla 8 December 1952

Standing left to right:
Song, Tae Wook (S-1 Section), Park, Jun Ho (S-2) SGT Thomas " Rocky" Lane, SFC Kenneth A. Jolemore, PVT Joey Groppuso, Rhee, Jun Tae (S-3), Mr. Kim Interpreter

Kneeling in Front:
Mr. Hong Interpreter, Mr. Won Interpreter, Mr. Rhee, Mr. Park, Kim Jung Kil, Cha, Kyung Tak (Communication Officer)

This picture was sent to me by Song, (standing at left) who was in the Wolfpack S-1 Section.
Wolfpack
Wolfpack partisans

You can clearly see the Wolfpack patch on the left sleeve of Mr Kim who was an interpreter.
CPT Archie Johnston
Kim Jung Kil dressed in a camouflage uniform along side his mentor and friend CPT Archie Johnston.

This picture was sent to me by Song, (standing at left) who was in the Wolfpack S-1 Section.
CPT Archie Johnston
Theater made jacket attributed to CPT Archie Johnston and worn on amphibious operations 1952 -1953.
CPT George Lamm
Wolfpack 1 screen printed Partisan Unit Patch attributed to CPT George Lamm.

Wolpack 1 was located on Kanghwa-Do island.
Wolfpack 1
Wolfpack 1 screen printed Partisan Unit Patch.

Wolpack 1 was located on Kanghwa-Do island.
Wolfpack 1
Hand embroidered Wolfpack 1 Partisan Unit Patch attributed to SGT Tom Zagner.

Wolpack 1 was located on Kanghwa-Do island.
Wolfpack 1
Wolfpack 1 silk floss and bullion patch handmade sometime in 1953 on the island of Kanghwa-do.
Kim Ok Tae
Kim Ok Tae bodyguard and house boy for 1LT Charles Norton Wolfpack-1. Notice that Kim Ok Tae is wearing a UNPFK SSI on his left sleeve.

Courtesy of Charles Norton collection, USAHEC.
Wolfpack 1
Partisan platoon with foliage attached to their uniforms for camouflage. String was sewn into shirts and caps to hold foliage. Wolfpack-1 1953.



Courtesy of Charles Norton collection, USAHEC.
Wolfpack 2
Wolfpack 2 Eighth Army Tiger Brigade scroll.

On 17 August 1951 the 8086th AU officially named the Tiger Brigade and activated it as a recognized Partisan force on Kyodong-do.

On 27 November 1951 Park, Sang-Joon was officially promoted to Commander of the Tiger Brigade.
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