WILLIAM O. DARBY KASERNE

WILLIAM O. DARBY KASERNE FÜRTH GERMANY

Col William O. Darby

The guy the place was named for. William O. Darby was a career United States Army officer who fought in World War II, where he was killed in action in Italy. He was posthumously promoted to brigadier general. Darby led the famous Darby’s Rangers, which evolved into the United States Army Rangers.

WILLIAM O. DARBY ARCHIVED GUESTBOOK KASERNE FÜRTH

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4 thoughts on “WILLIAM O. DARBY KASERNE

  1. I was station the from February 73 to September 74 met my first love there still think about her good memories

    1. Hi Michael. I was there February 1973 to August 1975. 42nd Maintenance Co. Jack Olsen

  2. When were you there. I’m not a vet but a dependent who has happy memories from being in Germany, MANY MANY years ago. I think you took some pics of family housing, 3 story apt with dormers. I used to roller skate in the attic, with the dormers.

  3. I was never stationed at Darby but was on the kaserne many times. It had the main PX with all the dealerships. Main Commissary and the likes. It was about 7 or 8 miles from where I was stationed.

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