Aranas-Barradas, Louis A.
December 2001
Airman;Dec2001, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p28
Discusses the participation of United States Air Force troops from nearby camps and bases in the construction of the Church of Merciful Jesus in South Korea. Views of troops who volunteered; Description of the location of the church; Background on the selection of the site and the construction of the church. INSET: Helping Father paul.


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