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Juan C. Cordero

Regimental Commander, Colonel

Betances Health Center

HQ Phone:  (212) 227-8401

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Betances Health Center

280 Henry Street

New York City, New York,10002

United States

Company Description

Betances promotes quality healthcare as a basic right for all, regardless of the ability to pay. As a federally-qualified community health center (FOHC) network, we meet national standards for affordable, accessible, comprehensive health care services. We al...more

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A Short Biography of Carlos Betances-Ramirez

www.mervino.com [cached]

At one point, Betances’s Regimental Commander, Colonel Juan Cordero, wanted to visit the men on Outpost Kelly, the most forward position of the 2nd Battalion.
So, while under enemy observation and small arms fire, LTC Betances and Colonel Cordero ran out to Outpost Kelly along a "safe lane" from the MLR (Main Line of Resistance) to the isolated outpost.


Carlos Betances Ramirez by Bart Soto

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At one point, Betances's Regimental Commander, Colonel Juan Cordero, wanted to visit the men on Outpost Kelly, the most forward position of the 2nd Battalion.
So, while under enemy observation and small arms fire, LTC Betances and Colonel Cordero ran out to Outpost Kelly along a "safe lane" from the MLR (Main Line of Resistance) to the isolated outpost.


Korean War Educator: Topics - Silver Star Citations - C

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Colonel Juan C. Cordero, O222751, Infantry, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 65th Infantry Regiment, 3d Infantry Division, United States Army.
On 20 July 1952, Company "C" was attempting a withdrawal after completing a raiding mission on enemy positions near Chongdong, Korea. In the initial phases of the withdrawal the friendly troops were subjected to intense hostile automatic weapons, artillery and mortar fire from nearby enemy positions. Under the withering fire the men became disorganized and began to move in all directions. Realizing the necessity for the company to effect an orderly withdrawal and evacuate the wounded, Colonel Cordero, the Regimental Commander, continuously exposed himself to the hostile bombardment as he moved among the men, offering them words of encouragement and directing them through the heavy enemy fire. Inspired by his courage, the men assumed the initiative and continued to move toward friendly positions.


Colonel Juan C. Cordero- Silver Star

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Colonel Juan C. Cordero
Colonel JUAN C. CORDERO, O222751, Infantry, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 65th Infantry Regiment, 3d Infantry Division, United States Army. On 20 July 1952, Company "C" was attempting a withdrawal after completing a raiding mission on enemy positions near Chongdong, Korea. In the initial phases of the withdrawal the friendly troops were subjected to intense hostile automatic weapons, artillery and mortar fire from nearby enemy positions. Under the withering fire the men became disorganized and began to move in all directions. Realizing the necessity for the company to effect an orderly withdrawal and evacuate the wounded, Colonel CORDERO, the Regimental Commander, continuously exposed himself to the hostile bombardment as he moved among the men, offering them words of encouragement and directing them through the heavy enemy fire. Inspired by his courage, the men assumed the initiative and continued to move toward friendly positions.


The 65th Infantry at Jackson Heights,Korea

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Due to the regiment's failure to hold and recapture Outpost Kelly, the Puerto Rican Regimental Commander, Colonel (COL) Juan Cesar Cordero, was quietly relieved of command on 10 October and replaced by a Continental Commander, Colonel Chester B. De Gavre.


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