My grandfather was a Chief Warrant Officer in the US 8th Army, Transportation Corps, and member of the Japan Logistical Command after the Korean Conflict broke out. He was stationed in Yokohama from 1947 to 1952, with headquarters in the 2nd T. Med. Port. (489th T. Port Battalion) He died in 1952. I am not a military man, so I don't really have much knowledge of the duties of a WWII/Korean Conflict-era CWO. My father and grandmother traveled to Yokohama as dependents and lived there for over a year. Both are now deceased, and I have been trying to find info on Occupied Yokohama, specifically on operations conducted from the 2nd Transportation Medium Port, and what roles my Grandfather might have had. As dependents, his family lived in (I think) Negishi Heights, and my father attended YoHi elementary school when he was 8-9 yrs old. Now that my connections to that era have been severed, I am simply trying to gain some insight into what times were like back then in Yokohama, and hoping to contact anybody out there who may have had family with a similar story.