|239) Debbie Pernokis(Nissen) firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Goshen, IN, USA
|Sunday, 16. March 2008 14:58 Host: pool-71-120-34-246.sbndin.dsl-w.verizon.net sorry everyone my email address is email@example.com|
|238) debbie pernokis firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 16. March 2008 12:57 Host: pool-71-120-34-246.sbndin.dsl-w.verizon.net my name is debbra lee pernokis formerly nissen my dads name is donald lee phillips he was stationed at merrellbarracks in 1961-1962 my moms name is rosemarie nissen i was born 12/30/1962 iam looking 4 him he has 4 grandchildren and a daughter who would love 2 hear from him my mom lived in zirndorf|
|237) Irv Powell email@example.comLocation:|
Versailles, KY 40383
|Thursday, 13. March 2008 00:17 Host: CPE-76-177-126-44.natcky.res.rr.com I was stationed at Merrill Barracks from June of 1959 until July of 1961. I served with B Battery of the 39th artillery. My 1st sargeant was Donald Skinner. I really enjoyed my tour of duty in Nurnberg and especially Merrill Barracks.Tina:|
Hallo Mr. Powell,
verzeihen Sie bitte wenn ich Sie mit meiner Frage belÃ¤stige aber es ist wirklich sehr wichtig fÃ¼r mich.Wir suchen den leiblichen Vater meiner Mutter der bis 1961 in den Merrell-Barracks stationiert war. KÃ¶nnen Sie uns vielleicht einen Tipp geben wo wir anfragen kÃ¶nnten!
Es wÃ¤re das grÃ¶ÃŸte GlÃ¼ck fÃ¼r meine Mutter ihren leiblichen Vater zu finden.
Seinen Namen spricht mann im deutschen Firley oder Firly aus. Ich danke Ihnen schon im vorraus.
|236) Cruz firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 11. March 2008 23:12 Host: pool-71-160-42-233.lsanca.dsl-w.verizon.net I was with HHT stationed there from 1989 to 1992.My god I just found this page and a flood of old memories just came to me…I will never ever forget my time spent there with the 2nd and all the fun the we all had!Alot of it is pretty fuzzy to me but If anyone remembers me, drop me a line.God I just saw the old pic’s of the PX..I was CPT Calvert’s driver untill I crashed his Hummer at that PX….lol.lol.Anyone remember that?Marlin Ayat, Ft. Stewart:|
I’m Marlin Ayat, worked in the motorpool. I remembered you back then. Have you heard from anybody from those days? Drop me a line. Later
|235) John Lewis email@example.comLocation:|
El Dorado, AR
|Saturday, 8. March 2008 21:03 Host: adsl-70-233-98-110.dsl.pnblar.sbcglobal.net Wow this site brought back so many drunken memories…I was in Merrell from 88 to 89 with 3/5 FA in Alpha battery..Started on the gunline then drove 2 1rst Seargents until I was knocked down to the ammo section…Anybody remeber Caddy, Price, Wiseman?Jeff Harrison:|
I found an old A- Btry picture from Scwabach yesturday and yes it brings back the good old days.
|234) Louis A. Marhefsky COL. AUS RE Lmarhefsky@gmail.comLocation:|
|Monday, 3. March 2008 16:46 Host: pool-70-109-240-221.wma.east.verizon.net I arrived in Germany in Dec 54 as 2lt Ordnance I was initially assigned to the 8oth Ordnance Bn. at Nelligen Kaserne near Stuttgart. I think it was in late Feb or early March 54 when CG 7th Army tasked all Ord Bn.s in USAREUR to provide anOfficer to INF units to serve as BN Motor Officers. Being the newsest 2Lt I got the duty and was reassigned to HQ CO 371st AIB at Merrill Bks. I lived in the BOQ at 215 RegensbergerStrasse. I believe if my memory serves me, Capt. DoHerty was Co HQ co and the BN Co was LTC Harris.|
|233) Honorio firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 2. March 2008 02:03 Host: adsl-69-110-66-19.dsl.pltn13.pacbell.net I was in Merrell barracks in July of 1966.”C” Btry 2nd How Bn 34th Arty. Had a great time at the volt fest.|
|232) Cindy Worley email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 28. February 2008 08:23 Host: nc-71-50-145-96.dhcp.embarqhsd.net Hello all, my name is Cindy and I worked in the movie theater on Merrell Barracks, back in 1984-1985, I also ran around with my best friend Lisa Mooney, went went to the Rock House, Green Goose, and Tasso alot. I would love to hear from anyone that might remember us. I am also looking for Bobby Ritzman, Bobby Cagle, Bobby Biaz, and many more. If you know of any of these please email me, it would be great to hear from you. I also worked in the little commisary in Fuerth, for a while.Thanks CindyJim Adonis:|
Hey, my name is Jim Adonis, I was stationed there (A 3/5th FA) from 85-87. I may have ran into you.Bill Lyons:
Hi, my name is Bill Lyons, I was stationed there (C 3/5th FA) from 84-86. I’m sure I saw you at the theater, though I can’t place your face. Probably saw you at the Goose often too. Living in Amarillo now.John Lopez New York:
I was there also 1984 to 1985 2nd Cavalry Merril Barrack I lived at the Grun Ganz and Rock house those were the days
|231) David Norem Mcwriter4444@charter.netLocation:|
|Tuesday, 26. February 2008 16:01 IP: 24-159-60-235.dhcp.jcsn.tn.charter.com I was in Aviation Company June 1963 to June 1965.I was already on my way home when the company got orders for Vietnam. I don’t know what happened to them.Dave Norem Clarksville TN:|
I stand corrected. Avn Co. was disbanded a year or two after I left, it did not go to VietNam
|230) Grant clark firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
cincinnati ohioHi I
|Monday, 25. February 2008 10:17 IP: 126.96.36.199 HI I was at Merrell bks 34th arty 1960 to 19 62,if any one remembers me please e mail me Grant clark.Glyn Priestman:|
Yo … I was in B btry 2nd how bn 34th arty in fdc from April 1960 til Nov 1962 . I was beginning to think no one else remembers the trips to grafenwohr , the monthly “alerts” and don’t forget the motor pool . There were lots of good times as well . email@example.com
|229) JAMES J JEANETTE HJL@EARTHLING.NETLocation:|
|Sunday, 24. February 2008 13:40 Host: dialup-188.8.131.52.Dial1.Stamford1.Level3.net I WAS THE UNIT MAIL CLARK AT 560TH PSC|
1970 JJJJAMES J. JEANETTE:
I WAS THE UNIT MAIL CLARK AT THE
569TH PSC FROM 1968 to 1971
I WAS KNOW AS J.J.J
|228) Phil Temple firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 23. February 2008 20:27 IP: 12-219-64-168.client.mchsi.com 🙂 Found this page. Wonderful memories of Merrell Barracks. 2/16th FA moved there in 1970 from Pinder Bks. Miss the old times. Was there in 2005.. Lots of changes.. Dont think I liked it.. Especially the EURO!! Oh well it was nice to see Gy again… Take care to all the vets!!!!!!!William (Bill) Brown:|
I also was with the 2/16th. My name is Bill Brown. I was the commo chief in B Btry. I arrived first at Pinder, was with the unit from 7/68 to 12/70.
|227) Robert Smith email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 21. February 2008 12:11 Host: adsl-76-195-86-137.dsl.rcfril.sbcglobal.net Was assigned HHT 2ACR from April, 1968 to November, 1969 as regimental photographer. Still in touch with Walsh and Shrock…wondering if anyone knows what happened to Steve Johnson?|
|226) Raymond “Sam” Barnhart firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 20. February 2008 23:24 Host: dpc691914033.direcpc.com Hi fellow soldiers. I was station on Merrell from Mar85 to Nov87 as aScout in the HHT 2nd ACR unit. Looking for anyone that remembers me. Mike Miller, Tom Butler, Sgt Calmeese, Sgt Barto, Pvt Yeagan and other if your out there E-mail me. 😎|
|225) Raul Gomez RaulG@elpasotexas.govLocation:|
El Paso, TX
|Tuesday, 19. February 2008 17:51 IP: 184.108.40.206 Anybody out there stationed at the Gangster Hotel between 1983 & 1985 with B-Battery 3 Bn 5th Artillery. Great times and good friends. Only thing I don’t miss is Graff. Does anybody have any photos they can share (e-mail) of the 8-inchers ?|
My e-mail is RaulG@elpasotexas.gov
|224) John Stewart (Mad Dog) email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 18. February 2008 15:59 IP: 75-146-144-17-Minnesota.hfc.comcastbusiness.net Hey guess I am still kicking sure miss those days at the NCO Club getting mess up on mad dog and having a hell of a time. Anyway just signing in. Write back if you like.|
|223) Don Rovig firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 17. February 2008 11:29 Host: dialup-220.127.116.11.Dial1.Seattle1.Level3.net Served as driver for Lt. Robert Carlson of C Btry, 2/34th late 1962, then FDC C Btry APC driver and radio operator. Anyone remember entering the NET? Was 2x in German Language June of 1962 and Oct, 1962. Lots of fun memories of Nurnberg and Germany, Signed Sp/4 Donald J. Rovig C Btry, 2nd Howitzer Batt, 34th Arty, Merrell Barracks 1962-1964Glyn Priestman:|
Yo :I served in B Btry,2nd Howitzer Bn 34th arty Merrell Barracks from 4/60 til 11/62 spent a lot of time training in Grafenwohr also I drove an APC and was in FDC and radio operator .Still had lots of great times .email … email@example.com
|222) manuela firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 16. February 2008 14:39 Host: pD9E5F69B.dip.t-dialin.net Hello everybody,|
I just found this page and was hoping someone could help me.
I have finally made it to gather some information about my grandfather and I am looking for him now. It would be awesome to finally get to know about my roots.
His name is Milton C. Jones and he was stationed in Schwabach somewhen in between 1954 – 1956. Any info would be greatly appreciated!! My E-Mail is email@example.com
Thank you all very much in advance!!!
|221) Bryce Neier firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 15. February 2008 16:45 Host: cache-mtc-ah04.proxy.aol.com I was stationed there Oct 1983 until moving to Darby Kaserne a few yrs later.|
Was with 71st Maint BN, 182d Maint Company.
|220) jack connaghan email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 14. February 2008 16:51 Host: ip24-56-55-30.ph.ph.cox.net was stationed in merrell baracks 1954 to aug 1955. came back to states when they shipped us all out. at that time they called it gyroscope. was in service co 2nd ac. miss the hillbilly gasthouse and the ducendike on sunday afternoons. great beer. ect ect. went tdy often to amberg,bamberg an bieureth.great country germany. very clean.|
|219) Gordy Thomas firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
|Tuesday, 12. February 2008 16:56 Host: ppp-70-250-201-16.dsl.ksc2mo.swbell.net For all who used to go to the EM/NCO/OFFICERS Clubs:My two bands (“Six Pack” and “Gordy Thomas and CREW”) used to play all around Southern Bavaria.I’ve written a lot of songs since then, and anyone is welcome to download the free .mp3 files listed on my site at gordythomas.com please disregard the fact that there are also song files for sale on the page, as it is not my intent to get you to buy anything. I just thought some of the FOB (Friends of The Bands) might be interested in hearing what I’ve been doing in Nashville.And to all combat veterans, “Welcome Home!”|
|218) James A. Johnson email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 11. February 2008 18:06 Host: adsl-249-66-67.hsv.bellsouth.net I was stationed there from April 1954 through July, 1955 in Company C, 371st Armored Infantry Battalion, which was a part of the Second Armored Cavalry of the 7th Army. I revisited in 1997 but made no attempt to go inside. The front of the building which bore shell marks had been restored. We traveled in armored personnel carriers, which were equipped with 50 caliber machine guns. All the best.|
|217) Ron Rundell firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 9. February 2008 17:21 Host: adsl-71-146-95-157.dsl.pltn13.sbcglobal.net I was stationed at Merrell 1964-67 in|
HQ Trp Commo,Sgt incharge of the wire section Carter Schuld told me about this site, I found
Potter, Tucker and Greuter in the guest book I’ve got a full Hq Trp roster picture for 1965 and 1966 E-mail me if you want it sent to you..yes everyone remembers Sgt Hughes, on any given day he could “wind you clock tight” I have addresses for Mel Douthit and JJ Loury,Fred Carmichael, Wade Beams
by the way Douthit and Loury re-upped and retired from the military, can you beleive that.. I’m looking for Rudy Garcia Would like to hear from any you guys that remember me, PS still married to Hilde, the girl I brougt home from Nurnberg 41 years ago…Karlene Beams:
Thanks for leading us to this site. It does bring back the great memories and wonderful times we had on less than $200 a month.
|216) gertrud [ linde]wendorff email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 3. February 2008 20:24 IP: 18.104.22.168 if anyone knows a Ralph Fischer and Ronnie Linde stationed at Merrell Barracks 1955-57.Please let me know.Thanks GerdiRo|
|215) Neil Bleau firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 1. February 2008 14:38 Host: cpe-069-134-002-143.nc.res.rr.com Hey Gang:|
I was at Merrell from 76 to 79. Played clarinet in the band for about 18 of those months and was then transferred to the scout platoon. What a hoot. Gun jeeps. Rat Patrol. What could be more fun? Toujours Pret and would love to hear from anyone who remembers.
|214) Gary H. Benedict email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 30. January 2008 21:25 IP: 22.214.171.124 I was stationed at Merrell Barracks from 1983 to 1987 in HHT 2nd ACR as a Medic in the Ambulance platoon. With the job i had i drove all over the country but spent a lot of time in HOF on the border. I went to the monsters of rock and lots of other rock concerts. I’m interested in talking to other medics from the ambulance platoon in the 80s.|
|213) Minchaca firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 28. January 2008 20:27 IP: 126.96.36.199 Was stationed at Merrell (74-76)after AIT – HHB 3/17 FA 05F20 radio teletype operator- my platoon leader was SFC Wiseman – I was an acting corporal (sp4). Remember bonivilian, salazar, pj,forgot the cooks name, julian the nut. send me a line. best time of my life. 🙂|
|212) Ralph Ostrander aka OP email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 28. January 2008 17:04 Host: ip72-208-86-233.ph.ph.cox.net 614th maint eng.|
1979-1980Wurts Barges lehay i miss all you guys till today.Ralph Ostrander OP:
New email mgostranderatgmaildotcom
|211) Fabiene Jakl firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 25. January 2008 06:58 Host: p57AFEBF3.dip.t-dialin.net Hey everybody. Me and my boyfriend Kevin are looking for his Dad. His Name is Lawrence Green and he was stationed here in Nuernberg, Merrell Barracks. Kevin is now almost 28 Years. If you know Lawrence please let us know.Thank you so much171717Paris:|
mein Freund und ich suchen auch nach dem Vater von meinem Freund. Er war von 1975-1977 in Erlangen stationiert. Wir haben leider nur den Namen und woher er damals kam. Mein Freund ist 32 Jahre.
Habt Ihr mittlerweile etwas rausbekommen über den Vater Deines Freundes? Uns hat man eine Telefonnummer in Mannheim gegeben, wo man eventuell herausbekommen kann, wohin sein Vater nach der Zeit in Erlangen gegangen ist. Hier ist: 0621/7306045. Ich hatte noch keine Möglichkeit dort anzurufen.
Viel Glück Euch weiterhin.
|210) ken E. Henderson email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 19. January 2008 16:32 Host: cpe-72-183-32-179.stx.rr.com howdy from south TEXAS. my dad was stationed in Furth in the early 60’s and we lived on Pastorius Strasse near Merrell Barracks. I remember going to the barracks for church and to the movies. we went to Nurnberg High School in Furth. sure brings back memories – espcially during the winter compared to the winters here in south TEXAS. ha!!! thanks for the website.|
|209) Bob Potter firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 17. January 2008 13:00 Host: DSL125-228.hillsboro.mwt.net I was a radio teletype operator in Commo Platoon, Hq. & Hq. Troop, 2nd A/C, from October, 1963 to March, 1966. Names like Barkey, Krisky, Hayman, Alred, Norris, Lucero, and Zimmerman come to mind. Other faces are there, but I’ll have to think a little more to remember their names. One name I’ll never forget was Sgt. Hughes, who made my life miserable. At the time, I thought that he simply hated people from Chicago, but I have learned a lot since then (I hope).Those years shaped my life. (I met my first wife in Nuremberg. She gave me two fine sons before she went to heaven in 1984.)I would be happy to correspond with anyone who knows anything about the history of Merrell Barracks, particularly the tunnels or the 1945 takeover.Doug Schnider 569th PSC:|
A great website for the history of not just Merrell, but many other WWII Germany sites is http://www.thirdreichruins.com. Excellent photos and historical dialogue. Check it out.
|208) Mike Duchesne (Boston) email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 8. January 2008 16:31 IP: 86.cambridge-05rh15-16rt.ma.dial-access.att.net I was at the gangster hotel (Merrell)from 1977-1979. What a ride that part of my life was. assinghed to 2ACR air troop and feucht army airfield. Met some of the best friends in my life there.|
Kept in touch with quite a few over the years. anyone out there from that era, feel free to contact.
Sometimes i miss those days. 😎
|207) Paul Willinghan firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 8. January 2008 00:39 Host: c-68-48-213-4.hsd1.md.comcast.net I served with the 502nd Mi CO from 86-89|
|206) Adam Turner email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 8. January 2008 00:01 Host: adsl-71-145-183-188.dsl.austtx.sbcglobal.net Served with the 502d MI Co from 86-87.|
|205) jeffrey fisher firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 7. January 2008 16:31 Host: dynamic-acs-24-144-223-153.zoominternet.net Assigned to HQ 2nd ACR (Command Group), 1978-1981.|
|204) John Barnett Location:|
|Friday, 4. January 2008 14:40 IP: 188.8.131.52 Assigned to 84th Armored Engineer Co. from 1959 – 1961 supporting 2nd ACR.|
|203) p taylor Location:|
|Monday, 31. December 2007 11:24 Host: cpe-68-201-43-75.hot.res.rr.com air troop 2nd acr 79-81.it was a hoot!!|
|202) RONALD JANUARY email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 30. December 2007 09:59 IP: 184.108.40.206.dyn.centurytel.net i served at merrell barracks from 1989 to 1992. i was attached to 2nd acr stinger plattoon.|
|201) Ken firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Colorado Springs, Colorado
|Thursday, 27. December 2007 17:43 Host: c-75-70-137-230.hsd1.co.comcast.net 😎 I was at Merrell Barracks from January 1975 to December 1978 assigned to the 614th Maint Company. Spent most of my time downtown making German friends and going to the guesthouses. spent in Graf , Vilseck and Hohenfels.|
Now that I look back at it, it doesn’t seem so bad. I was also stationed at Conn Barracks , Schweinfurt and Monteith Barracks in Furth. My wife is from Nurnberg also. I was back there last year and Nurnberg changed a lot for the worse. Later all.Scott:
Your name doent ring a bell but i too was stationed in the 614th from 1976 to 1979. My name is Scott Bovard. Also married a german women and am still happily married. We are heading back to german this year.
|200) tamara terrill email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 24. December 2007 00:14 IP: 97-84-182-215.dhcp.bycy.mi.charter.com i was a depedent from ’86-’89. lived across from the McDonald’s on the way downtown. hung out @the GreenGoose, Cobra, Dussendikes, IrishPub. worked @the library on Merrill & the bookstore. hung out w/Mo &Joe Dorsey, Tammy & Mike Hunter, Max the DJ @the Goose, SPC Hoffman(HoffyBaBy)PVT Roten, Donny & Steve Murphy, Glen & Heike Baker, Dan & Robin Young, MaryKay & Scott Hams. it was a crazy time in the ’80’s, if anyone is still around please write. I married SPC Kevin Terrill in Aug ’90, & still married now. He was @ Merrill the same time living w/a German girl named Ulli. Anyone throw us a line if you want to go down memory lane! Also, a special note, if anyone knows how to get ahold of Kurt M. Girard, former chaplain’s assistant let us know!|
|199) Willliam (bill) smith, Smitty firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 20. December 2007 13:00 IP: 220.127.116.11 I was at Gangster Hotel 1983-1987, C Btry 3/5 FA I was the NBC NCO, I went by the name Smitty to alot of you guys, I seen a email from SPC Chico who was in the FDC section, but no email address, when we to the field I ran the (BOC) a build up gamble goat, any TOP Guns out there, holler, hard Charlie rock..SPC Chico:|
Sgt Smith how are you. NBC NCO
C-BRTY. good to here from you.
do you remeber Sgt Chaplin HAHA?Bill Lyons:
Smitty! What’s up man? I was in SSG Lee and SGT Holts section before going to Special Weapons with Chase and Blevins (helped train his nephew several years later at Sill). Worked in the Reserves later with Chase and now keep with him through Facebook. Remember me ? Bill Lyons LyonsRichard Recla:
Smitty! I was looking through some old photos and there you are at Graf. My name pv2 Recla from Sgt Gilliams motorpool.It took some work to find this site yet hope all is well with you.
|198) Bob Butler email@example.comLocation:|
New Hartford, NY
|Wednesday, 12. December 2007 19:32 Host: pool-71-176-127-173.syrcny.east.verizon.net Greetings, first duty was at Merrell with A3/17 FA 76-79 many good times, wish I could remember them all…|
|197) scott webb Location:|
|Saturday, 8. December 2007 19:55 Host: adsl-1-24-81.dab.bellsouth.net 😎 Iwas in Air Troop 2nd ACR 76-79 with the cobras. Sure were some real crazy days in gangster hotel as comrad would say! Many many beers and the little brown or green pieces of fudge as they were. Planning to have a30 year reunion in 08 in vegas with friends that still keep in contact with from all around the U.S. really looking forward to this. Las Vegas is reallyaplace to see if You have never been there you be on your list more beautiful woman there anywhere in America. Thanks Scotty ALWAYS REDEYED SIR!!!!!Susan (Taylor) Hayden:|
I was your facility engineer at the time and you may not remember me, I was the blonde that was housed underneath the maintenance bay of 71st. There were a lot of comments because I was a female in my 20’s but I still managed to have a lot of fun while I was there. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. My name was Taylor back then. I would love to hear from you especially with you having a reunion this year in VegasGary Zoet:
Hi Scott,Don’t remember you but I was in 2d aCR from 73-77. I went from infantry to POL and probably ran into you there. Hope life is good.
|196) Bill Hull email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 4. December 2007 16:25 Host: dialup-18.104.22.168.Dial1.Cincinnati1.Level3.net Well folks, it has taken 37 years but I’m going back to re – visit the Christkindlesmarkt for a few days! I intend to swing by Merrell just to see what I can see. Maybe someone will let me in to see my old room.|
Frohe Weinacht alles! Bill ,D co. 71st Maint. 68 – firstname.lastname@example.org:
hi bill glad u got back there send me some picture too?
|195) John Logan BigJ8024@aol.camLocation:|
|Saturday, 1. December 2007 15:49 Host: cache-ntc-ad05.proxy.aol.com My name is John Logan, and was a PFC. assigned the 53 Ordnance Co. which was a direct support company to the 2nd ACR. I was stationed at Merrell Barracks from 1960 to 1963. Anybody that was stationed there, certainly came away with the feeling that they were living in a place of profound historical value — a never ending curiosity that lives with me to this day. We were right there to witness some of Hitler’s failed mole like military tactics, which was more than prevalent at Merrell. Using two 5 ton wreckers, we uncapped two extremely large heavy metal plates in the motor pool area . We were amazed to find an underground motor pool, complete with various types of WW 2 tactical vehicles, to include motorcycles, Lt. pc’s and a halftrack left undisturbed since the end of the war. There were bricked up passage ways leading from the motor pool in more that one direction that was rumored to have gone as far as Soldiers Field — a fairly elaborate escape plan for the time! From there, our find led to the discovery of several underground passage ways, and even an underground shooting range. Around the time we were devising plans to further our search, our discoveries were getting the attention of the higher command — and that any further attempts to continue would be met with severe disciplinary action. Well, that was the end of that. This is one story out of many reasons that Merrell Barracks had to be one of the most interesting places on earth to be stationed.Jerry Page:|
I am Jerry Page I was a welder in the service section of the 53rd from July 62 to oct 64 Sargent Jones an ex marine was are section leader and I remember something about those tunnels. We used to dump our unauthorized tools in them before a GI inspection. Were you a wrecker driver?
|194) Anthony Howard email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 27. November 2007 20:45 Host: adsl-068-209-126-072.sip.sav.bellsouth.net :-)hi my name is anthony howard I was station in the 71st maint.bn,614 maint company.I worked at the AK. I was roomy with Spc.Massey and Spc Horne. I then move to Strgastraaser St. with my wife Pat when she came over,she used to cook strawberry cake and the whole platoon used to come down and eat she baby sit for Spec. Ross and Baptist.I still keep in touch with Dale Robbins.Some of the people I remember Eve,Janice,Chap, Cohen,Vasquez,Andujar,Sgt Taylor and Warbasse,The Burns sister,and Arthur,Benson,Moore. :DInge Hoyt:|
Dec.3,Hi,my name is Inge. I was merried to a Spc Massey in 64. You did not say what year you were there. I am listet on No.31 and 161.Was Pfc Sunny Deltenre:
I was just reading the comments looking for anything familiar when I came across your note. Some of those names are familiar to me as well. What yrs were you there? I was in 614th Main in ’80 and ’81. I was one of 2 female truck drivers. I was there first.
Spc Horne sounds familiar as does Warbosse and Vasquez. The AK is what our section was called too. Other names are Wayne Perry, Lance Forbs (Mouse), Wayne Bolley (might have misspelled that one) was the Mess Sgt.
I am hoping to hear from you. Too cool to run across someone from the same time I was there. My name at the time was Pfc Sunny Deltenre. Now it is Blackmore. Robin Higgins was the other female driver. Drop me a line when you can if you have time please. firstname.lastname@example.orgAnthony Howard:
I was station there in 1980-81 now run and tell that you tell everything else was our little sayingAnthony Howard:
i was station there in 19 80-81 now run and tell that you tell every thing else.also good friend with the Brite especiall my wife and Becky BriteSunny (Deltenre) Blackmor:
I just found your comment from my little space #173. Do you still keep in touch with Alan Wagge and Warbasse and Robin Higgins? Would love to hear from any of them and you too. Plt Sgt when I first got there was a Sgt Allison. He retired. There was a Sgt Valesquez(E7)When I finally left. If anyone is still around…drop me a line @ email@example.com
|193) Stuart Fitzgerald firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 21. November 2007 20:32 Host: c-71-235-109-7.hsd1.ct.comcast.net Assigned to the 3/17th Field Artillery Service Battery from 77-79. Hard work but good memories there. Thanks for the site (good job).|
|192) John Toffler email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 20. November 2007 20:32 Host: cblmdm72-240-213-237.buckeyecom.net Looking for Edie (Willens). ’86-’88. Civilian from Chicago. Hiya Babe! Would love to hear from you. John|
|191) Ty Duvall firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Fort Worth, Texas
|Tuesday, 20. November 2007 11:53 IP: 71-158-188-2.worldwideflight.com Hey There! Glad to see we’re keeping the American memories alive among the dark history of Merrell Bks. I was stationed there with the 502M MI Co, 2nd ACR from Dec. 87 until we returned from DESERT STORM and PCS’d to VHFS, Va in Aug. 91. From our rotations to Graf, to the border camps and Mt Schneeberg, and recovery at the Irish Pub, The Green Goose, and the Nashville club across town I’d have to say it was great holding down the fort there for four years!Spc. Joey Wagoner, GSR:|
Hey! I think i know you! I was with the 502nd M.I. from 1989 -1992 (the border, desert storm) I was with GSR. Man- hearing the names of those clubs really brings back the memories!
|190) Tom Huynh email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 18. November 2007 09:25 IP: 22.214.171.124 HHT, RSS, 2nd ACR. 1986-1989.|
Had a great time there. Favorite place: Irish pub, and small German punk club – Ofenrohr, near Kaiserburg.
|189) Art Zeigler firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 13. November 2007 22:46 Host: adsl-68-72-58-152.dsl.bltnin.ameritech.net Was stationed at Merrell Barracks from Jan 64 til May 65. 3rd Armored Med Company, Clearing platoon. Hung out some at Rigoletos (spelling ?) and some others cannot remember. I climbed the fence and did my share of guarding the airfield and the ammo dump. Loved the FRG and am now a retired army SFC. Did some time with the LRRP and would like to hear from any of the medics or the LRRP.|
|188) Ted Cardwell email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 14. October 2007 22:33 IP: 126.96.36.199 anybody remember blowing up the main motorpool in graf by mistake? We shot a round too early and it hit a truck parked in the motorpool on main post, blew out the windows in the bowling allygreg green 84th eng:|
was that about 1984Ted Cardwell:
yes I thik it was somewhere between 84-86Dwayne T Moore ,PVT Moore:
Man I was there when that happened, it was my first field exercise and I sh.. my BDU’s. Do you remember General Patton’s Great Grandson, or something like that, he came out to the field in Graf around the same time, lol.Honorio Reynolds:
Yo what’s up Ted?
I remember this incident very well…My name is Honorio Reynolds…I was stationed at Merrill at HHB 3/17th which became HHB 3/5th FA BN. It was one of our gun units that blew it up!!!!Honorio Reynolds:
Yo what’s up Ted?
I remember this incident very well…My name is Honorio Reynolds…I was a commo RATT Rigger stationed at Merrill 82-84, HHB 3/17th which became HHB 3/5th FA BN. It was one of our gun units that blew it up in 1984!!!!David Schulze:
I was not there for that. But I used to lay in my bunk wondering if any of those rounds could misfire and fall on us. I guess this answers that question.
|187) Greg Taylor firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 13. October 2007 22:45 Host: pool-71-124-118-81.chi01.dsl-w.verizon.net I was stationed at Merrill/Feucht from 84 to 86. I was in S-4 with CWO Cruz and SSG Spurley. I moved over to HHC to become a staff driver for Maj. Clapp and LTC Petrowsky. What a great website! This brought back a flood of memories. Anyone remember when Maj. Burns flipped his huey in the winter of ’85 I still have pics of that in my photo albums. Loved going in to ‘burg on the weekends…Green Goose, The Rock House..etc. How many of you out there rode the UBAHN without paying…I still have outstanding tickets I think..lol.I remember going to Graf in ’85 and in less than a week our unit managed to destroy the “safe training” record…with the vehicle battery exploding in a mechanics face, a civilian tech-rep walking into the tail-rotor of a cobra and an OH-58 catching fire while in flight..and who could ever forget CSM Carmichael and 1SG Ray…those guys cracked me up. I would love to hear from some of my fellow soldiers from “back in the day” :-)D. “shake n bake” Baker:|
You probably don’t remember me, but I remember you. I was 2ACR – 2CAS ’84 to ’86. We met on the afternoon when you were driving LTC Petrowsky around on FAAF, and I didn’t notice him, and forgot to salute! a mistake! I was also in that Huey with Burns as it landed. All 4 of us walked away from it, even the crew-chief (1st name was Lee I think) who broke his ankle. I also remember the civ on the ammo pad against the Cobra at Graf, and LIVED! and how ’bout CW2 Miscoe? what an idiot! Remember the picture of his Cobra, in flight, and firing ALL 2.75 rockets off at the same time?! and Carmichael and “bulldog” Ray! didn’t we all wish them… nothing!
I am STILL here in Nürnberg! and will probably be here the rest of my life! once Cav, always Cav! Toujours Pret!John Lopez New York:
Hey Guys Fuecht airfield 84 to 85
I remember all those mishaps I was there spec 4 John Lopez Prop & rotor 68 Delta those were the daysjohn lopez:
I was there John LopezSP4 John Lopez:
I was there and I also remember all those crazy mishaps
How about the crazy sergeant who let all the JP4 out of our fuel trucks we thought it was terrorists they sent his ass to Mannheim
|186) JC Gordon email@example.comLocation:|
Blue Ridge, Georgia
|Friday, 12. October 2007 23:23 Host: blrggahed51-pool5-a170.blrgga.tds.net I was stationed at Merrell Barracks from 1960-1962, 504th Signal Battalion,146th Signal Company Team 5 later renamed 54th Signal Company and was attached to the Headquarter Troop 2nd ARMD CAV Barney E Stokes Captain Commanding.I would like to correspond with any members of the old 176th Signal Company or 54th Signal Company.|
|185) greg green firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 12. October 2007 20:33 IP: 64-118-100-119.static.sti.net i was in the 84th engineers 83-85 love to hear from anybody who remembers me oh good times|
|184) vincent lucido email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 30. September 2007 16:25 IP: 188.8.131.52 🙂 i was stationed at merrell barracks from 10/63 to 5/66 with b-btry 3/17th artillery. would like to here from any guys thay were in our oufit but in particular am looking for lyle d. johnson who was in b-btry and from one of the dakotas i cant remember if it was north or south|
|183) Carlos Roman firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
East Haven, CT
|Thursday, 27. September 2007 00:08 Host: cache-dtc-af15.proxy.aol.com From 86 to 89 I was stationed with the 3/5 F.A. HHB assigned to CSM J.B. Byrums driver. I then was transfered to Bravo Battery where I became a true GUN BUNNY. Boy do I miss Merrell, The Green Goose and all the downtown clubs and night life. 😉 Anyone remeber me. I remember Ronnie Keene knocking out two big germans outside the Green Goose. Crazyyyy times!! I also hung out with my best friend FRED TATUM from CAV. MAN did we have fun. Remeber NASHVILLES!! :pRay Spelas MSG USA RET.:|
I remember CSM Byrums and you too. I was in A Btry from 84 to 88, went from Spec5 to SSG there and was the Mess SGT. I remember all those crazy places too. I met my wife in Nurnberg got mattied in 86 and been with her ever since then. I just retired in 99.
|182) Marvin Lovell email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 16. September 2007 14:35 Host: cache-mtc-ag15.proxy.aol.com Awww,,, Sud Kaserne the imfamous gangster|
hotel. Yes memories are here and I often go to see the site on google.
I was stationed with B 3rd bn, 5th FA
which added a tad of dignity to anover all cav out post LOL. All seriousness
when after the gulf war I joined an armour unit and discovered the cutting edge is full of excitement!
I was there in 85 -88, and frankenstrasse
will always hold a special piece of history and memories for me. Thanks!John Gottlied:
Sgt. Lovell I remember you. You made some cassette tape for me. You probably won’t remember me. John Gottlied I was in FDC and was young and way mixed up. You were always someone cool I could talk to though. Just wanted to say thanks.
|181) Ted Cardwell firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Phenix city Alabama
|Wednesday, 12. September 2007 11:59 IP: 184.108.40.206 I was with the 3/5th Fa between 86 -87. I also worked as a DJ at the “ROckhouse” I had a great time till a small incedent called the Quiet Riot happened. would love to hear from old friends !!!!!Angie:|
Remember Angie,Heike,Karin and DJ Mausi?
I´m Angie,I worked as a Bartender at the Rockhouse.
Hi Angie, Yes I remember you girls, Mausi helped me when I started DJ there, I have a pic of her and the owner behind the turntables, I remember Hieke out drinking all the guys with tequilla,
|180) Ted Griffith email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 10. September 2007 12:24 IP: 220.127.116.11 I was stationed at Merrell from March 1956 to May 1957, first with the 371st AIB and then with the 3rd ACR in Personnel. Went to Amberg for a few months before returned to the states for discharge. Merrell was great duty which I will never forget. Made some great friends and think about it often. Hope to make it back one of these days but age is not in my favor. 🙂|
|179) A Russell firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 7. September 2007 20:43 IP: 75-165-0-180.tukw.qwest.net Scouts Out!|
19D 1983-85 HHT 2nd ACR
I miss it all…
The Green Goose, The pizza across the street that cost 7 marks, “THE WALL’ that I enjoyed soooo much more for 40 marks.
My best of friends David Brancheau(Detroit Tiger and the Beatles was all there was) and Micheal Ahern (All San Antonio). Sooo many other chachacters that I either loved or hated.
Chow in the morning was the ONLY meal of the day unless a “ALERT” took even that from you.
1sgt Stiles..You hard-ass! I hope your dead now…I still fear you.
Otto..my good German bartender/owner in the crevass across the street from McD’s..You were the master of Ansbach mit cola and the “Octopus”.
The ’84 Monsters of Rock (AD/DC was all there was for me).
The Kriskindlemardt(sp)was a special event/time for many of young, young kids away from home for the first time.$2.00 for a carton of ciggs and $2.00 for a half gallon of Jim Beam.Carillo! I remember you too my friend.Shoot me an email…SP4 RussellBob B:
Yup, I do remember Michadosp4 greg green:
i was there at the same time i was in the 84th engineers what a blast i remeber all that shit i dont know if you remeber me my name is greg grren
|178) Jaysen Adkins email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 7. September 2007 20:05 Host: pool-71-173-164-205.hrbgpa.east.verizon.net I was stationed at the Gangster Hotel 1990-1992! S&T Troop! Would like to reconnect with some old friends! Was know as “BL”!Bruce Gallagher:|
I know you very well, I am (or I was)PFC Bruce Gallagher. I was at the Gangster Hotel 90-92 time frame my roommate was SPC. Torres. Your roommate was PFC.Poleto if I remember correctly. Would love to talk about the old times again I am currently in touch with SPC. Michel on facebook you can get a hold of me there too if you like..Spc Michel:
yeah, I remember you dude. I can recall thinking to myself this guys is always dirty, but then again I can understand you were a mechanic.
|177) Don Dudding firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
San Antonio Texas
|Friday, 31. August 2007 10:25 Host: cpe-70-115-211-46.satx.res.rr.com I was at the gangster hotel from 88 – 92. I served with the 502d MI CO there. Got a lot of fond and hazy memories of that place. Staggering back at 2 in the morning, tripping on the cobblestones with the front gate guard laughing his butt off. I remember going to the air field to fly border missions. Most of all I remember playing “hacky sack” in the desert during desert storm next to the mine field with Larry Rewis, Buc Taylor, Derrick Officer, Steve Stohl, Ed Vick, Ray Kelly, Jim Stuart, Mark St.Clair, and Bill Sargent. Never forget that “machine gun” Andy Rea drove his hummer between an M1 abrams and a T64 shooting at each other during the ground conflict. If you ain’t Cav you ain’t ….|
|176) Melissa email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 31. August 2007 00:12 Host: fl-76-5-35-0.dyn.embarqhsd.net I was a dependent whose husband was in the 84th Engineers stationed in Nurnberg from 1983-1985. I lived there from the end of ’84 to the end of ’85. I seem to remember that we lived in Nurnberg until around April of 85 or so, then moved to Bayreuth for some reason. The guys had a barracks there, but we traveled to Bindlach to go to the post, etc. At least, I think I remember it this way!greg green:|
what was your husbans name i was in the 84th at the same time
|175) Matt Mackenzie firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 29. August 2007 15:24 IP: 18.104.22.168 I was the company clerk for the Forward Detachment, 394th Trans Bn, 1982-1983. Our offices were at the aircraft parts warehouse in Pastorius, but we were billeted at Merrell. Cobra Bar (anybody remember Jimmy & free ouzo on your birthday?), Green Goose, overdid all that. The pizza shack across the street sucked out loud. We never did manage to sneak into the locked stairwells leading down below basement level, but we did sneak into the attic, and saw roughly one million dead pigeons. Anyway Nuremburg rocks! (or it did then, ha ha)|
|174) Bob Greuter email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 27. August 2007 18:44 Host: cpe-76-188-157-114.neo.res.rr.com I was in 2nd Armd Cav H&HT from 1966 through 1967. Repaired all radios, teletypes and land line communication in the Comm Center; ran the radio relay site we had on a huge hilltop. We had a great time; even in the field. It would be great to have a reunion. I have had little luck in contacting anyone.|
|173) Sunny Deltenre firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 21. August 2007 21:04 IP: 22.214.171.124 What an awesome site. It brings back so many memories. I was with 614th Maint. From Feb ’80 until May ’01. I was in ‘the AK…Tech Supply as a 64C. When I got there I was the only female truck driver there. The guys took me under their collective wing. Loved it!! Robin Higgins soon joined us. Does anyone remember Wayne Perry, from Maine, and Sgt Warbosse or Alan Wagge? I would love to hear from anyone that might remember me and the others mentioned. Drop me a line please. 🙂|
sunny hello i do remember you and curly hair Robbin pretty good with the bottle lol i work with Sgt Warbasse in Alan out in the Das 3 Van behind AK.what was the platoon Sgt.name he was a E-6 he was from the island only one with a car beside andujar i lived in front of Mcdonaldsdo u remember Tony Dorsett sister at least she said she was and the skinny female Sgt,she came around 81 she use to drive with u.
|172) Randy Beck email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 18. August 2007 10:55 Host: cache-mtc-ag15.proxy.aol.com Arrived at Merrell in 1977 and left in 1980. Was assigned to HHB as a 91B, field Medic and worked out of Merrell Med Clinic. My time there was the best of my military memories. Could had been due to my youth and travels. First time away from home as well. Retired in 1996 and Merrell has continued to be a great memory. This has been a great web site for it brought on many flash backs. Thanks for this guestbook :DJim Stuckey – HHB 3/17:|
Hey Randy, I think we partied together back then. Would enjoy corresponding and I retired out of the Reserves in 1999. Later…Paul Utterback:
Randy, it’s Paul Utterback, I was in survey, you partied with me and Jerry Brunner. He was always calling you ‘old man’, it’s been a long time, how’s it going?
|171) Tony Lentini firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 8. August 2007 14:59 Host: phonoscope-204-2-37-077.phonoscope.com I was Public Information Officer for the 2nd ACR at Merrell Barracks from March 1974 until May 1976, when I PCSed to the United States and left the Army. I snuck back into the Kaserne in 1996 on a detour from a business trip to Egypt and even visited my old office next to the 2nd ACR conference room and museum. What a great assignment it was! We even had a radio show on AFN Nurnberg called “Hit the Leather and Ride!” started by my old friend Doc Buhner. It looks to me like the Germans are getting ready to tear down the Kaserne, if they already haven’t done it. Too bad, as it was a monument to history–both World War II and the Cold War. My late father in law was in one of the units that took Nurnberg in WWII, so it may have been some of his men who machine gunned the entrance! Small world. One of my prized possessions is a cobblestone I took from the 2nd Cav area during that 1996 visit. Oh, and Gen. Tommy Franks, then Capt. Tommy Franks, was the S-3 when I was with 2nd ACR HQ.Matt Troxell:|
Hey Tony, I was in the 84th Eng. stationed in the Merrill Barracks through 1975. I probably saluted you at one time!
|170) Richard Lindsey email@example.comLocation:|
Palm Bay Florida
|Tuesday, 7. August 2007 07:50 IP: 158-147-126-104.harris.com I was assigned to 2/34th arty service battery from 11/64 – 11/66.richard:|
My e-mail is:
Richard I was assigned to A battery 34th arty from 5/65-5/66 my roomate was louis apodaca (apo) glad to hear from someone from 34thGlyn Priestman:
I was in B btry 2nd how bn 34th arty 4/60-11/62 firstname.lastname@example.orgLarry Stroud:
Hey, I REMEMBER YOU. THE CRUT. SHORTIMER HERE. L. STROUD. WE WENT TO GRAF A COUPLE OF TIMES TOGETHER.REMEMBER THE BAD FIGHT WITH THE EXCAPEES? I WAS STANDING NEAR CRASH WHEN HE WAS HIT IN THE FACE WITH AN INTERTNSION TOOL.WE PUT A GUY AND HIS BELONGINGS OUTSIDE WHO WAS DRUNK ALL NIGHT. LOL.MAN YOU LET ME DRIVE THE V.T.R.
|169) Jim Clausen email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 7. August 2007 00:47 Host: cpe-76-175-44-151.socal.res.rr.com Stationed at Merrell in 74-75, 3/17 FA Service Battery. Looking for old buddies in Ammo Section. Also looking for George in HQ Battery. My stay at Merrell was the best of times and the worst of times. There was some pretty tense times and other times were there was lots of partying. Miss it a lot. Plan on going back to Nurnberg summer of 08.|
|168) Lynda Mounts firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 31. July 2007 12:21 Host: ip72-192-181-90.sd.sd.cox.net Proud member of 359 ASA Co, 2nd ACR, Aug 81-83. Great time in my life. Was great to see Germany on Uncle Sam’s dime!Delia:|
I was 359 in 80 – 82. Room at the end of halway right side 2nd floor.
|167) Bob Boyce email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 25. July 2007 16:22 Host: cpe-74-74-141-90.rochester.res.rr.com I was at Merrell from 83 to 86. The Cobra was my main hangout. Monsters of rock every year!James Ryan:|
Boyce, James Ryan here,
Man, I do remember you too. It is great to conect with someone after over 20 years. What have you been up to? Any contact with anybody else?A Russell – Scouts Out!:
You were a Cobra Griller..do you remember a scout from NY named Michado..what a character!
I practically lived at the Cobra. I don’t know if you remember me the called me Norton. I really miss Jimmy , Kosta, and Mama.
|166) tommy Gregg Sscott_sowards@hotmail.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 21. July 2007 20:46 Host: adsl-18-15-14.mco.bellsouth.net I’m tommy Gregg and i was stationed at merrell barracks from ’55-’57 in|
HSC 371 AIB headquarters service company looking for old friends reply if you remamber me.
|165) Alexander Serno firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 6. July 2007 20:33 IP: 216-224-161-16-user.feather.net Hello everyone from Merrell barracks I lived there from 12/82 thru 5/84 as a member of the HHC 2nd ACR hung out at the cobra grill, Green Goose, Quatra Set, The Dikes and other places in the area Any one there at the same time please email me Best Wishes all|
Toujous PretBob Boyce:
Hey Alexander, I don’t recognize your name, but I must have met you while I was there. I got there about 6/83. I started hanging out at the Cobra as soon as I got there. Jimmy, Costa, & Mama! I was also in the 2nd ACR. A mechanic in hq co. We moved out to the airfield after they built the new barracks & motor pool.
|164) Robert A. (Texas Slim) McNeese email@example.comLocation:|
Grand Junction, Colorado
|Wednesday, 4. July 2007 16:13 IP: 126.96.36.199 I was stationed at HHB 3/17 From 1981 to 1982, I loved Nurenberg, the Tanza Cafe, Cobra Bar, The great concerts in the summer, The pizza Shack across from the Barracks, and having clothes made by the fat man. Would love to hear from some old running buddies, Brad Krause, Larry Baker, Mark Clark, just to name a few… Holler!Honorio Reynolds:|
Yo What’s up Texas Slim…
My name is Honorio Reynolds, I was stationed at HHB 3/17th Commo Section (RATT!), from 82-84. As a matter of fact Brad Krause was my first room mate, and Ratt rigg partner. Haven’t heard from anyone over the years, but hope that they are all doing well.David Schulze:
I was with HHB from March of 80 to Sept of 81. I do not remember you but I do remeber the Pizza Shack. I am sitting in Kabul, Afghanistan dreaming of a good pizza. I ran across this site because I am trying to find the physical address of the barracks. I guess I could try Nurnberg Museums.
|163) Dave Meldrum firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 26. June 2007 09:32 Host: cache-mtc-ad10.proxy.aol.com I was at merrell 1981 threw 1983. 84th Engineers 2nd ACR. They were by far the best years of my life. We trained hard and played hard. Made alot of great friends that were more like brothers.Jeff Raffaele:|
I also was in the 84thfrom 81-83. I hung with guys like, Mike Manacchio, Scott Bennett, David Summers, Rick Jowers, Dave Schultz. How good was life then. Pizza, Cobra, Wall, concerts ect. The food was fabulous.
|162) Dwayne T. Moore email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 25. June 2007 00:09 IP: 188.8.131.52 Gangster Hotel was my first tour of duty after AIT. I arrived in Jan 1985. Assigned to the 614th maint co motor pool as a generator mechanic. SGT Gates, SGT Lumpkin, SPC Green, SGT Kelly, Crazy Jeff form NC, SPC Lindsey, my room mate SPC Tavares and SPC Vicent Jennings are a few names I remember. I bought pizza almost every night directly accross the street for the main gate and listened to Sade’s Smooth Operator. I remember the mark rate go to 3 marks to the dollar. The Dusendikes, the Green Goose, the Wall, gusthouse’s, and the NCO club bring back awesome memories. Remember Fasha season right before October fest? I had lots of friends from 507th, 182nd (SGT Carrol), HQ, and other Kaserne’s. Paid lots of fines on the u-bon subway, and came in 2nd place at the USAREUR star search talen contest. Remember Reforger? I went to the Amberg detachment (Pond Barracks)near Graf in Nov of 85 until Dec of 86. Those were some of the best times of my life. Comrades, drop me a line, auf Wiedersehen.Darrell Lawrence:|
Actually, I think you were next door to the Motor Pool, which is where I was at that time. You had a Warrant Officer as your boss, right? You guys did machine work?
On the other side of us was the Generator shops.
|161) don and inge hoyt firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 21. June 2007 19:05 Host: c-76-24-232-48.hsd1.nh.comcast.net i was born in nuernberg, germany left in 1964, moved to arkansas, and miss my home town. thankyou for creating this web site. inge :-)anthony howard:|
inge i was there in 1980-81
|160) Jozsef Molnar JR email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 17. June 2007 22:33 Host: c-76-24-161-99.hsd1.ma.comcast.net I just found this site,this is great.|
I was stationed at Merrell from Dec 81 to Dec 83,I worked out at FAAF.
Had a lot of good times.
I whent to Hohenfels for three weeks back in 03.Had a chance to go to Nurenberg,a lot of changes.I was looking for the Cobra grill,and it’s gone.Green Goose was closed,still have my club card.LOL.Would be nice to fined some of the guys.
|159) Jim Hersom firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
San Jose, CA
|Friday, 15. June 2007 13:23 IP: 184.108.40.206 My first duty station after AIT, I was with Headquarters & Headquareters Troop, 2nd Armored Cav. I was the assistant troop clerk from July 196 – August 1969, at which time I was reassigned to Vietnam.|
Colonels Baldwin and Allen were the regimental commanders. Joe Foglio was the regimental Sergeant Major. Troop commenders during my tour were CPT Willard Hatch, CPT Myron O. Artist, CPT Larry Taylor. William T. Story was the troop first shirt for most of my year. Pat Picciano was the troop clerk when I arrived. Frank Zack had the job when I left.
Been back to Nurnberg several times since 2000. Still a great city and the beer tent at the Volksfest is still a good place to go for a fun time, even for old dudes.
Merrell Barracks has changed considerably. Besides the remodel to the main structure the consolidated mess building is gone (as is the motor pool and other buildings) and in 2005 it appeared they were letting regimental headquarters and adjacent structures pretty much go down the tubes.R Smith:
I was there with you, SP4 Smith, regimental photog, assigned to S-1. Don Holder was the S-1 adjutant for part of my tour. Still friends and in touch with SP4 Walsh and Shrock. All the best to you.
|158) William J.Tindall email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 10. June 2007 21:43 IP: 220.127.116.11 I served with Steve Perry,84th Eng.ADM Plt. 66-68 at Merrell Bks.Good to hear from you Steve.Will e-mail you some photos when I can dig them up.john jacobs:|
Hi! my name is John Jacobs and I served my time with the 84th engineer co. from 1967-1968. I was in the 2nd platoon 2nd squad. I drove the Mii3 personel carrier X22. I was X22 delta. Just looking to see if any of the old gang is still around. That was absolutely the best time of my life being there.
|157) Robert Simons firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 3. June 2007 12:21 Host: cpe-24-24-69-109.stny.res.rr.com I was with the 84th Engineers 1964 to 1966.All the way to the top floor..I retired in 1986.I’m glad I found this site.I think we all miss the fun of our youth and Merrall Barracks.. 🙂 😀|
|156) SGT William P. Wright email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 28. May 2007 17:48 IP: 66-188-95-242.dhcp.mdsn.wi.charter.com I was there from 3/89 to 6/92 (With Desert Storm in between S&T Trp and HHT/RSS (S-3 shop), by the way, I too remember Cpt Canada…Dean Hover:|
Ya He had that Red and White El CaminoRiccardo Michel:
I think I remember you were part of the pol.
|155) R A Robinson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Port Saint Lucie, FL
|Sunday, 27. May 2007 11:42 Host: c-76-110-62-200.hsd1.fl.comcast.net Thank you to those who have served, those who continue to serve, and to the ones I had the priveledge to serve with.|
To the ones who have fallen, thank you is the least I can do.
|154) Jim Sebesta email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 22. May 2007 14:05 IP: 18.104.22.168 I need a proof reader. The 42 HEM moved to Furth Dec 1969 (not ’70).|
|153) Jim Sebesta firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 21. May 2007 22:34 Host: c-71-63-182-161.hsd1.mn.comcast.net Yup, I was there with Blaine E. (Jun ’68 – Dec(?) ’70). Then we (42nd HEM co) moved cross town to W.O.Darby. I left Oct ’70, and haven’t been back since. Only one regret: I never toured the “Hall of Justice”.|
|152) Blaine L Evinger BlaineE@aol.comLocation:|
Hood River, Oregon
|Saturday, 19. May 2007 23:52 IP: 22.214.171.124 Was at Merrell from Oct 1968 til late 1970 when the 42d HEM swapped places with the 128th LEM which was originally in Furth (Across Town) :-)Blaine L Evinger:|
OK, it was the 182d LEM. Many years have fogged the memories.
|151) eric nordberg email@example.comLocation:|
RENO NEVADA usa
|Wednesday, 16. May 2007 16:52 Host: cache-ntc-ab08.proxy.aol.com looking for CW larry lanzone was in Merrial bks 69-70’s from Texas 😎|
|150) R A Rbinson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Port St. Lucie, FL.
|Monday, 14. May 2007 01:44 Host: c-76-110-62-200.hsd1.fl.comcast.net I found an old freind from twenty years ago at Merrell. We have exchanged numbers and I am soo happy. Out of all the people I knew over there, he was the only one I truly worried about.|
Support our proud military!!
Thank you to whomever started this website.
|149) R A Robinson email@example.comLocation:|
Port Saint Lucie, FL.
|Sunday, 13. May 2007 06:46 Host: c-76-110-62-200.hsd1.fl.comcast.net Was in A Battery 3/5 210th FA from 88 to 90? We moved from there to Schwabach. The Green Goose rocked, and Graf sucked.|
Miss those days though.
If anyone remembers me drop me a line
|148) Art Zeigler firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 4. May 2007 20:56 Host: ppp-70-231-126-147.dsl.bltnin.ameritech.net I was stationed at Merrel Barracks from Jan 1964 until May 1965. 3rd Armored Medical Company (Clearing Platoon) I hung out at the Riggolettos bar. Iwould like to hear from anyone serving during this period. If you were with the Company that would be great Thanks.|
|147) art worman email@example.comLocation:|
anchor point alaska
|Monday, 30. April 2007 23:56 IP: 216-67-37-133-cdsl-rb1.sol.acsalaska.net D co 71st maint,,70=72 1st shirt was maher.. anybody there during that time drop me aline.|
|146) George M. Sweet Sr. firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
San Antonio, Texas
|Friday, 27. April 2007 09:42 Host: adsl-75-16-209-13.dsl.snantx.sbcglobal.net Great site!! Assigned to Merrill Barracks HQ Btry., (Aviation Section), 2/34 Arty.(155 SP), 1960-1962. Daily duty was Crew Chief of L-19 Aircraft at Soldiers Field Flight Facility. Thanks for sharing great memories. :-)Rance (Buck Powers):|
599TH AFA moved from ERLANGEN IN 1957 to became 2/34 arty at MERRIL. I Was Sect. Chief of Air-Section. Remember 686 & 019 ?.I remember Soldiers Field and GRAF well.See # 108Glyn Priestman:
I was in Merrell Barracks – 2/34 Arty 1960-1962 B btry FDC and drove an apc email@example.com
|145) tiffanys firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
USA, New York
|Thursday, 26. April 2007 14:00 IP: 22.f0.5446.static.theplanet.com Hello, you did a great work on your site|
tiffanys venus swimwear weightwatchers annualcreditreport citimortgage orlando sentinal gieco peapod thrifty nickel bamboozle
|144) William J.Tindall email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 25. April 2007 17:04 Host: cache-mtc-ae14.proxy.aol.com Was at Merrell 66-68,84th Enginer co.ADM Plt.|
|143) Shane Rivers firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 21. April 2007 06:00 Host: adsl-065-005-201-136.sip.gnv.bellsouth.net I was with 502nd MI from 89′ to 92′.If any one knows a SSGT Roy Smith from Alabama please let me know, also if anyone remembers me shoot e-mail my way.I had lots of great times while I was there and made a lot of good friends.|
|142) Bob Darlington email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 19. April 2007 16:12 Host: c-68-46-150-25.hsd1.pa.comcast.net Served as an enlisted man with Aviaton Co., 2nd ACR from ’63 to ’65. Any of you old guys out there remember the Deutcher Michel? How about First Sergeant Clifford David & C.O. Major Mapp?|
|141) Joe LaBargo MM5168@verizon.netLocation:|
Staten Island, NY
|Wednesday, 18. April 2007 11:05 Host: pool-71-167-158-162.nycmny.fios.verizon.net Pvt. Joseph F. Merrell, for whom Merrell Barracks was named, was killed in action, a Medal of Honor winner, 62 years ago today, April 18, 1945. He too was from Staten Island.|
|140) Rick Landrum firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 17. April 2007 16:55 Host: tmpnat1.honeywell.com Was at Merrell Barracks 1970-71 C Btry 3/17 FA. Looking for any pals who were there. Anybody got any interior pics of Merrell? I have plentry outside. Especially looking for post chappel, gate area, 3/17 HQ. 🙂|
|139) Ivor Jeffreys email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 16. April 2007 06:56 IP: 126.96.36.199 I was with the 303rd Maint. Battalion HQ Det. 1969 – 1971. Those were some great times! I would like to hear from Bob Henry. He was my buddy. Also Martin Smith and Jim Bishop. Col. Whitaker, if your out there, drop me a line.|
|138) Petra firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 9. April 2007 03:34 Host: trns-d9b87c90.pool.mediaWays.net Hi, am looking for my brother’s dad. He was stationed in Merrell Barracks around 1956 / 1957. We think he’s already dead by now, but just looking for photographs or anything that we can find. His name is Kenneth Goss, born 15th June 1934, from Pennsylvania. Would be glad to get any hint on him. My brother (Daniel) turns 50 in 3 days and is still looking for his father.|
|137) ernest sanders email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 7. April 2007 14:03 Host: cache01.iad.untd.com would like to hear from anyone stationed in A btry 2nd How Bn. 34th Arty from jan 60 to aug.63 if everybody isnt deadGlyn Priestman:|
Yo ….. I was in B btry 2nd How Bn. 34th arty from April 1960 til Nov 1962 I was in fdc ,drove an apc and seemed to spend a lot of time in the motor pool but have a lot of great memories of Nurnberg and the area .remember “wintershield #1& #2 ? firstname.lastname@example.org
|136) Ed Weis email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 1. April 2007 19:34 Host: adsl-76-203-20-254.dsl.emhril.sbcglobal.net Great to see so many people “revisiting” Merrell Barracks. I was stationed at 2/14 in ’69, then reassigned to HHT, 2nd ACR for 1970 and 71.|
Wish I could find some old buddies from those days.
This site really brings back wonderful memories.
|135) Dean Ostroe firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Flint , Mich
|Wednesday, 28. March 2007 18:15 Host: ppp-68-250-134-64.dsl.bcvloh.ameritech.net I was stationed at Merrel barracks with the 2ACR air troop 2nd plt. from 80 to 82 would like to hear from anyone that was there at that time in history.. Had awesome time when i was there would like to go back someday???”Bob” email@example.com:|
Hey! I remember your name although I can’t make a face to it. You were there with Steve Crufts and tatoo armed Dale Smith. I was in 1st platoon the same time you were in 2nd. I went back there in `01 and most of the area where Feucht AAF is now a huge industrial park. They were about to tear down the hanger when I went there and I walked through it. It was empty and all and the platoon rooms were nasty and moldy, but the hanger itself still had the same smell. I must have saw it just before it was torn down because it was gone a year later. Don’t know if my name rings a bell with you, but I was the one that sort of got into a little trouble in Holland, Anyways, how the hell are you?Jamie Overton overtonjl@b:
Hey, I remember you. You and Osborne ran together. I am Jamie Overton. We wer in the same room. Although is seems we had about 10 people at times bunking in that room. How are things.
|134) Gary E. Morton firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Hubert, North Carolina
|Tuesday, 27. March 2007 13:13 IP: 188.8.131.52 Was at Merrell Barraks from 1972-1974.I was with the 116th ORD Company. Drop me a line.Gary:|
Looking for Bill Lowery,Tom Kovacs,&Kelly Timmons
|133) Regina email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 17. March 2007 12:38 Host: pD9E2033F.dip0.t-ipconnect.de Looking for the soldier Jose Rodriguez Garcia domenican.Left Germany 1989|
been in the 3/5th FA maybe is there somebody out there knows him ? Or knows what happend to him?. 🙂 Make my day
|132) DARYL BUNCH BUNCH523@BELLSOUTH.NETLocation:|
|Friday, 16. March 2007 19:25 Host: adsl-6-14-2.tys.bellsouth.net I WAS STATIONED AT MERRELL FROM 84-87. HAVE TO SAY IT WAS THE BEST EXPERIENCE OF MY TIME IN THE MILITARY (10 YEARS). WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE WHO REMEMBERS ME.greg green:|
i think i remember you you were a huge guy straight from basic right?
|131) Pam Jones firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 14. March 2007 20:00 IP: 184.108.40.206.transedge.com Anyone remember my parents CWO Rufus Jones and Barbara Jones who were there 1951-1953?|
|130) John Ballard, SFC (Ret) Sabre36b@aol.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 11. March 2007 02:22 Host: cache-rtc-aa03.proxy.aol.com I was stationed at Merrell Bks twice. Feb. 65-Aug 65 Det 2, Co C, 504th Sig Bn/Aug 65-Apr 68 Co. D, 71st Maint Bn. And again Dec 76-Jun 80 ACT & CST, 2nd ACR. Lived in Pastorius on my second trip. My wife is from Nurnberg and I consider it my second home. Many good memories from there. A lot of good people both German and American entered my life there and I will cherish the memories forever.|
|129) Lowell Steeg email@example.comLocation:|
Sioux City, Iowa
|Saturday, 10. March 2007 12:24 IP: 24-116-227-121.cpe.cableone.net Looking for lost buddies from A Btry 3rd of 17th FA from 12/71 to 12/73. I was a Sgt. at Merrill Barracks working as a Commo Sgt. Would love to find my old buddies Toby Green, John Eraos and Ron Dearing or anyone of the old buddies from the A Battery.chico:|
hy, i am chico i was there about the time you your there. i cannot remenber must. but i known that use to get a lot of act. 15; for everything. i wish i can remenber more. it grate here from guy. have a good life. richard martinez
|128) Frank D. Scott Frankdscott@Juno.comLocation:|
Los Angeles Ca
|Tuesday, 6. March 2007 02:58 Host: cache02.nyc.untd.com My name is Frank Scott and I was in Company B 371st AIB during 56-57. Would like to hear from anyone during this time. I had a friend in hq Tom Glynn, but have lost contact.Jim Micek Omaha:|
I was there in 56-57, in Hq., (maintenance)and I’m sure I remember Tom. Sort of tall with dark hair and rather noticeable eyes, but it’s been a long time. My best buddy was a Bob Mariani.
Jim Micek Omaha firstname.lastname@example.org
|127) John C. Pfau email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 5. March 2007 22:56 Host: cpe-67-9-50-185.sw.res.rr.com Was stationed at Merrell Barracks from ’84 to ’86 with the 3/5 F A HHB… Commo Dog…|
(Rat Rig Operator) People I remember are
Ben Worrick,Joe Wilke,Frazier (help me !),
Bralley,Umverzach… SSGT Porter and Gibbs.. Warhead where are you ? Anyone with the same fond memories of the Green Goose, The WALL, drop me an E-Mail…
Oh, and a guy who did the best impression of Scooby Doo ,TONY ! Are you out their?James Adonis:
Hey, I was in A Btry 85-87. SP4 Jim Adonis. Funny thing is now i am in the national guard with Mario Peterson. (Medic HHB) I started working with him about 8 years ago…long after i knew who was 🙂 .
I finally remembered only after he remembered me and told me stories of the Green goose, the wall and “the other place”. Didnt know too many people in HHB, but perhaps you remember some of the people i hung out with , Bennett, Bailey, Miller. I remember our 24 hour bus trip (one way) and week in Benidorm Spain (admin leave 🙂 ).
|126) James Boddy firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Sycamore , Il
|Thursday, 1. March 2007 23:45 Host: pool-71-124-41-107.chi01.dsl-w.verizon.net I Was at Merrill from ’88-90 with 3/5FA then moved to O’Brien.Nurnberg was alot of fun. I loved it, Greengoose,The other place above it and Ushies next door. Good times, good friends. Any one know SFC Steven Gilliam, Steve Romans,Mark Wiggins, anyone from maint. section 3/5 at Merrill/Obrien bks. I’d love to hear from you. I really miss the fest at the Dutzen Dikes!spc (p) Chico:|
you must of been in C-btry. I was in FDC spc Chicozesqap0@verizon.net:
I WAS STATIONED AT MERRILL BRKS AND WAS IN HEADQUARTERS & SVC CO IN THE MOTOR POOL IN 1956 WITH THE 371ST AIB.MY NAME IS HARRY DAVIS.I LOVED NURNBERG.ANYONE REMEMBER COL.ALLEN OR SGT.WILLETTE?
|125) Jim Hawkins email@example.comLocation:|
Ft Worth / Dallas
|Tuesday, 27. February 2007 14:29 Host: mail.av-techind.com Served in Merrell in ’70. I was part of the company that moved the 182nd LEM Company from Furth to Nurenberg. Worked as a radio tech in the 182nd from July ’69 to Sept. ’70. Would like to hear from any of the guys from that period of time.Patrick McSherry:|
My name is Pat McSherry. I was in the 182nd with you from late 69 to early 71. We played softball & soccer together. If you get this send me an e-mail.
I’ve left guestbook entry # 468
|124) charles mcdaniel firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 26. February 2007 22:18 IP: 220.127.116.11.outfitters.com Was stationed at Merrell 88-91|
Maint.Trp.RSS 2nd Acr S & E section. Hemett operator MT 57. Looking forward to chatting with any old Dragoons.
Lots of good times and memories of Merrell, and Nurnberg community
Charles (Big Mac) McDanielWILLIAM H UPTON:
I WAS THERE FROM 86-89. IWAS IN THE MAINT TROOP,IN THE ENGINEER SHOP. I WAS ALSO THE QUAILITY CONTROL OFFICER.
|123) Mary email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 26. February 2007 13:11 IP: 18.104.22.168 Does anyone remember there being floors or tunnels under the buildings that the Nazi’s had flooded. I remember them being drained while I was there with my husband. We were there 1977-1980. He was stationed at Monteith Barracks, but had a cousin at Merrell. Thanks.Joe:|
I was there at the same time you were (76-79)and heard the same stories. I heard the tunnels were used to store his tanks and stuff during the war, and led right to Soldiers Field, a couple of miles away.Bonnie:
My dad was stationed in germany. we lived in pastorius in the early 70’s and to answer your question about tunnels, there was one that started in pastorius and led to the dussendikes. I know because we used to party there when we were kids.Bonnie:
We lived in pastorius in 71-72. I was 14 at the time and remember the tunnels that led from P strauss to the dikes. We had a friend that got alot of artifactes from the tunnels. shortly before 73 they filled in alot of the tunnels that led to the statium.Bob Boyce:
I was at merrell around 85′ when there was some construction going on. One of the tunnels was broken open next to the O club, so I went underground that night. I spent at least 8hrs. undergound that night. I didn’t see anything that looked like it had been flooded.
I walked at least 3 miles of tunnels that nite. It was an unforgettable journey to say the least!david counter:
i was there in 81 and my roommates and myself use to go into them to party with some local girls what memores.david foskey 89-93:
yes i do i got the chance to go as far as to the block offs under the nco club px mntshop iwas was there when it was handed back overRalph Ostrander:
Yes there was an entrance right below the battery shop they made me seal it up around april of 1979 if i can remember straight.
It was cool great big room for target practice and tunnels
I looked for nazi stuff but found none.
|122) tina firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 25. February 2007 19:28 Host: p54BAA8CD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de 🙂 hello my name is tina.my birtfather was stationert in nürnberg barracks 1975 till ca 1977.. his name us william stevens born in portland maine.|
i am searching for ppls they are this time,too,, i hope some mens or womans type me some emails. i hope some one knowes my birthfather. he had have a woman namens sieglinde meyer in nürnberg.i hope one can remember this .. with best regards tina :-)michelle:
hallo tina mein name ist michelle ich suche auch meinen vater der war auch 1973-1975 in der marrell barracks stationiert. schreib mal
|121) Brian Snyder Buffettfan111@yahoo.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 18. February 2007 14:04 Host: pool-72-70-183-46.hrbgpa.fios.verizon.net My first permanent duty station. The Gangster Hotel. Remember being dropped off at the BA hotel then taken to Merrill. Was in the 84th Engineers then transferred to 29th Chem. I was there from 82 – 84 . What great times we had there. The Green Goose which was Whiskey a Go Go first i believe. Ushi’s was right next door. Who could forget The WALL!!! Monsters of Rock. The Fest at the Dusendikes. Pulling Guard Duty at Fueht Army Airfield. Thanks for this sight it has brought great memories.Alexander Serno:|
Brian I too was at merrell at the same time as you was with the HHC 2nd acr my name is Alex Serno we hung out at the same places we might know each othergreg green:
i was there also in the 84th same timesteven jarousky 83-85:
hi brian—rember mac”s roommate skiJeff Raffaele:
I was there 81 to 83 (84th) I don’t remember any of you guys. I humh with names like Mike Manacchio, Scott Bennett, David Summers, Dave Shultz, Rick Jowers, Andre Wells. Anyone heard from these guys? What a great time in my life, Cobra, Goose, Dykes, Concerts, Fests, The Wall, THE FOOD!!!
|120) Mike Peacock email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 16. February 2007 02:11 Host: pD9560671.dip0.t-ipconnect.de We lived in the Nurnberg/Furth area in the 60s and 70s…my Dad was also stationed there in the 50s/60s/70s…SFC Waymon (Wayne) Peacock…the last unit he was in was 16th Engrs at Johnson Barracks. I played sports (aya and High School) in the 70s. I believe my Dad was stationed at Merrell during one of his tours. Looking for old friends or anyone that knew my ol’ man. Back living in Germany as a retiree (Landstuhl) after 25 years in the Army! God, I love this place…and how lucky we were to have lived in Nberg during the 60s/70s/and 80s.|
Take care, MSG (ret) Mike Peacock
|119) Willie Hairston, Jr. firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 15. February 2007 13:27 Host: cache-dtc-ab10.proxy.aol.com Hail to the 116th/45th Ord. my home from June’81 to DEC’86. in some ways the best time of my life. Favorite places Jacqueline, Superfly, Tasso disco clubs, went to the Green Goose a few times and I still have a care with the goose on it. I am aka. Harry O 27G Chapparrel/Redeye Missle Rpr/Tech. Started working under the bowling alley, later moved to HQ platoon in Training Section-SSG James Johnson, then back to my mos. I recently resumed contact with my son and his mother and will be going to Nurnberg soon. Reviewing the guestbook I recognize some names Jack Johnson, Jeanette Bohne, Sylvie Schroeder and will attempt to contact them. I remember so many people-Clifton James, Suttles, Sluggo, Barlow, Deshields, Dacosta, Denise Clark, McCrae, Lynn Armstrong, Athur Haynes aka Jellyman, Robert Truss, James Mock, Mckeever, Sheila Burke, Leotis Jones, Manley, Dallas Venable, and so many other faces. I would love to have contact with you, you, and you. God bless you all.Jack R. Johnson:|
Willie and I re-connected after 22+ years and it’s been great. We want to hear from others from the 116th/45th Ord.Cecil L Simpson:
Hey Hey Willie! I know the name, just cannot put a face to it. I was there from 1979 to 1991. 27E, worked under the Bowling Alley then moved above the mess hall, then moved to Darby. WOW! Thanks for stateing some names there, I knew them all! I also worked in the orderly room as an SP4, Tow section NCOIC, Mato at 71st and also in the QAQC section, also as 2nd Plt Sgt, worked at Pastorious YA about 6 months before Desert Storm, then went there with the company. I would LOVE to hear from other 27E’s also. Heath man, where are you?
Cecil aka SSG SimpsonBill Coke:
Knew a NCO by the name of Willie Hairston..trying to remember whether it was Germany or Texas.
meant to add email:
email@example.comSG Pete Kirley:
Willie Hairston, was looking through this whole list wondering if anyone from the old 45th Ord Co submitted anything, and lo and behold, here you are. Ilooked at your name and I was like, you know I know that name, you probably don’t remember me. My name is Pete Kirley I was stationed at the gangster hotel from June 84 to June 86. My MOS was a 27N. You have to remember Ray Sloan, Bob Clinch, Jay Norrish, Mark Wyman, Vick Zurbano and who couldn’t forget SFC Peterson or remember old Bumpy (the 1SG – can’t remember his name , the CO – who was as queer as a three dollar bill. Man this site brings back some very fond memories ( from the ones I can remember) if you get a chance shoot me an e-mail. Beleive it or not I’m still serving and on my way back for the 2nd time to IRAQ. Went to Ft. Carson after I left there the first time and came back in 88’and was stationed at Mainz-Finthen Army Airfield. Hope all is well. E-mail if you get a chance, would like to hear from you. my e-mail is : firstname.lastname@example.org
|118) Tom Newingham OPA1@CROS.NETLocation:|
|Wednesday, 7. February 2007 21:17 IP: 22.214.171.124 I was located at Merrell Barracks during|
the period of 1955-1957.Looking to contact anyone who was assinged to 371st AIB Hq & Hq company.Frank:
Did you know Tom Glynn? He drove a jeep for the co I think.Jim Micek:
I was a wrecker operator in Hq & HQ 371st AIB in 56-57. I knew Tom Glynn.Lional Isbell:
Hi, I was assigned to Hq & Hq Company from 1955-1957 in the S4 section. I was the Chief clerk and later the Asst Bn Supply Sgt. I worked for a Chief Warrant Officer named Reynolds and the S4 officer was Capt Mohler.
I extended to go with the 371st when they moved to Worms. My room mate was Jerry King from Hollywood, FL. I think the Company Commanders Name was Williams. I do remember a Lt Sutton who was the Supply Plt. Leader. (An SOB) When we made the move to Worms, the Supply Plt leader was Lt Gaydosh.
Would like to hear from anyone that remembers me.
|117) Jack Hayes Hayes59@comcast.netLocation:|
|Wednesday, 7. February 2007 20:53 Host: c-71-225-252-159.hsd1.pa.comcast.net I was stationed @ Merrill Barracks from 86 to 88, – the 71st, 514 maint company, S&E platoon. Then it became the 2nd ACR.|
I was in the recovery and evac section (S&E) specif,the 5 Ton Wreckers were my babies #56 & #57. Were were in the back corner next to the motor pool. People I remember:
Cheif Pippon, Cheif Branccini, Sgt. Simmons, Sgt. Feist, SGT. Mammorado, SP4 Shank, SP4 Liberti, SP4 Satcher, SP4 Grimm, SP4 Murphy, Sp4 Lamey, SP4 Welch (Bucky), SP4 Rosengrant, SP4 Thul, SP4 Brad Miller, SGT. Ddear, SP4 Copley, ETC.Also the Rock Club, The Green Goose, The Cobra Bar(Jimmie the owner) ETC.
Anyone out there at that time that remembers, Please respond, Thanks!!Jack Hayes:
I stand corrected- it was the 614thcharlie mcdaniel:
I drove MT 57 Hemett wrecker. Dedear was my squad leader, Browder,Shank just made sgt when i got there,Braccini was shop chief at least 1 year while i was there.WILLIAM H UPTON:
I WAS THE ENGINEER MAINT TECH AND BRANCINNII’S DRINKING BUDDY
|116) Gary Zoet email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 4. February 2007 00:25 Host: r74-193-17-179.cnrocmta01.conrtx.tl.dh.suddenlink.net I thought I would sign in again. Anybody from ACT 2ACR. I was there from Oct 73-May 77. Would like to hear from anyone from that time. 😎|
|115) Ernest Jones firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 3. February 2007 14:10 IP: 126.96.36.199 My first assignment in the Army was at Merrel Barracks, and Fuecht Army Airfield from 1977 to 1979. Met alot of interesting people there, many of who I have run into again over the years. Been back to Nurnberg on many ocassions in the last 30 years, going back in December so my children can see the city and the Christkindlemarkt this year.|
|114) Stan Schirmer email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 21. January 2007 19:08 IP: 71-209-85-194.chyn.qwest.net Looking for anyone that belonged to the 2/16th Arty “Honest John” Battalion, was there with “B” bat, in 70 to 72, some of the best times of my life. What happened with the 16th?William (Bill) Brown:|
I was with the 2nd/16th from 7/68 to 12/70. I was the commo chief in B bat. started in HQ, than went to ‘B’.
like to hear from any and all that was there.
I was with the 2/16th HB from sept 1970 to 1972. Jerry-still have the unit insigna
|113) Herbert Young herbyoung@AOL.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 17. January 2007 16:03 Host: cache-dtc-ab10.proxy.aol.com served with the 371st AIB from 1953 to 1955 Col. Jessie P. Morfield Commanding|
attached to 2nd regimental combat team along with 71st armored field artillery.
worked out of chaplins office (Major Alexander Lewis Chaplin) Served as PIO NCO many pictures and stories published by Stars & Stripes, Army Times with my “byline” photo and story by Herbert Young
|112) Lonnie Ervin firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 16. January 2007 23:56 IP: 10.3.233.229 Served honorably as a medic for 3/5 FA from 1988 to 1991. First at the “Gangster Hotel”, then at O’brien Kaserne in Schwabach. Thanks America for the training, skills, discipline, travel, and college money. Shout out to all the troops I served with and please continue to pray for the troops serving now!|
|111) Jose M. Palermo email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 13. January 2007 04:35 Host: p5495D852.dip.t-dialin.net Here’s to you S/T Troop (Sluts & Transvestite) which one are you words made famous by 1SG Shoemaker.|
I was on Merrell Barracks from Nov 86 thru Nov 88 I was a memember of P.O.L. Platton along with. Micheal Lopez, Jeff Huether, Luis Mojica, Lonnie Gibler, William (Bill) Parson, Sam Hubbard, Santos Santiago, Willie (Gonzo) Gonzalez, JR, Todd French, Planas-Plantas and a whole lot more I can never forget.
Take care JoseSPC Huynh, HHT, RSS (S1):
My stereo was taken away by order of 1SG Shoemaker. It was my fault because I played a song by Frank Zappa with the speakers on the window sill while S&T Troop was in formation on the quad. The song has Frank just saying, “You’re an asshole, that’s right!” over and over again. It was worth it.
|110) Michael R elberling firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Colo springs Colorado
|Saturday, 13. January 2007 03:31 IP: 71-211-44-206.clsp.qwest.net Just want to say hello :|
Was stationed there from1977 -1980 with The 2nd ACR Band out of HQ & HQ Company signed to the S-1 :
Got plenty of pictures from Merrell Barracks ANd plenty of Memories of The 2nd ACR there
|109) Tom Spahr email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 11. January 2007 01:04 Host: c-71-231-25-162.hsd1.or.comcast.net I was at Merrell in 71-72. HHB 3/17th. In 72 I became the CO’s driver (LTC O’Meara)Our CSM was a man named Posey. I remember a couple guys in my room, one named O’Conner, the other Kent. Would love to converse with you if you remember anything we did together. Great beer, sights…fond memories.MICHAEL TROUP:|
Was at Merrell 71-74 in 2nd cav.
I was chaplain’s asst. and I knew Omeara. Did you know Dave Medernach? He was in your unit at the same time.
|108) RANCE POWERS RJWJ2481@YAHOO.COMLocation:|
|Wednesday, 10. January 2007 23:41 Host: c-67-173-23-32.hsd1.il.comcast.net MY UNIT,599TH AFA BN CAME FRON ERLANGEN IN 1957.I WAS IN THE AIR SECTION.WE USED THE OLD PARADE AREA BY THE LAKE FOR OUR AIRPORT. I,M TRYING TO FIND ANYONE WHO MAY HAVE KNOWN GERHILD SCHMIDT A WONDERFUL YOUNG GIRL WHO TAUGHT GERMAN AT MERRIL .SHE LIVED AT 3 MANNHEIMER STR.I LEFT IN DEC 1958.LIKE TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO HER|
|107) eric nordberg firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 9. January 2007 14:57 Host: cache-ntc-aa03.proxy.aol.com any know of a CW larry lanzone? was in Nurnberg 1970’s?|
|106) Robert Canada email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 9. January 2007 13:30 IP: 188.8.131.52 Hi Guys!I was with the HHT RSS 2nd ACR at merrell Barracks from 1985 to 1990…..that was before I had my sex change operation and became Roberta Canada. Then I got out of the service because they didn’t like queers.justasking:|
just one question before this goes any further?????????????
Are you the person who owned a Chevy El Camino.. The name R. Canada as in CPT: Canada sound familiarWH UPTON:
I NEW THAT ROBERT CACADA TOO
|105) Mark Hillyard firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 8. January 2007 13:59 IP: 208-25-49-115.stk.inreach.net Victor Pilkington|
I was a gun bunny, Bravo Bty, 2/14 from, 68-71. You weren’t the FO we almost landed a round on were you. Glad no one got hurt. It was in Graf I do recall.Keep your head down next time! :eek:Richard Lake:
Was Lt Lucarz involved with that round?
|104) MSG (ret) Dearl Brown email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 5. January 2007 13:28 Host: adsl-71-158-220-133.dsl.wchtks.sbcglobal.net 🙂 Merrell Bks 2/34th FA 58-60, 3/39FA 63 and 3/17FA 64-66Loved it, miss it, wish i were thereGlyn Priestman:|
Merrell bks 2/34th arty 4/60-11/62 B btry did you know msg Watkins ? firstname.lastname@example.org
|103) Garry Florea email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 4. January 2007 11:31 IP: 184.108.40.206 116th Ord Co 76-79; contact me about a reunion!|
|102) Charles M. Rosiere Ret: Msg firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 3. January 2007 20:11 Host: cache-dtc-ab10.proxy.aol.com I was stationed in Merrell Barracks in 1975-1980.I was in the HQ&HQ dETACHMENT, 71st Maint Bn.I work on Materiel staff as the Engineer maintenance Sergeant for CW3 Ellis. I left thier and went to fort leonard Wood Missouri.Edmdrain@aol.com:|
Do you still remember : Sgt. Murray,Sgt Drain, Lt. Murhpy from hhq 71st maint. bn? We use to drive around…
|101) John Stone email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 1. January 2007 17:24 Host: cache-dtc-ab10.proxy.aol.com I was at Merrell Barracks from Jan 73 til Aug. 74. B battery 3rd and 17th. Sgt Donovan was my section chief.Rocky johnson,Dale Saxton,and Roscoe (nickname) the battery clerk were some of the chums. If you knew me then please e-mail me! This site has brought back soo many great memories! The dusseldikes, the monuments, the good times! The volkfests tucher beer and of course Graff!!!|
|100) john clingan firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 30. December 2006 00:43 IP: 220.127.116.11 i signed in before,was at Merrell Nov.|
’63-Nov.’65, with 3rd 17th Arty.
i have seen where some of you were stationed there with the 2nd 14th Arty and 3rd 5th Arty, did these two Arty battalions replace the 2nd 34th and 3rd 17th? if you noted, when i was there, there was 2nd AC, 2nd 34th Arty,155mm,
3rd 17th 8″, 84th Engineers and i believe the 3rd Medical Bn, and 2nd AC had an Aviation unit. if someone has answers to these, just curious. had a great time in Nurnberg. John C.lawrence miles:
I was in the 2ed 34th may 65-june 66
|99) Thomas Hineline email@example.comLocation:|
Northern New York
|Wednesday, 27. December 2006 15:03 Host: drum-cache.drum.army.mil Merry Christmas to all who was ever there in Merrell Barracks. I served there from 12-83 to 5-85 in C. Btry. 3/5 FA. I really miss Germany and all the good times and people I met. Other than that it’s a shame they never converted the buildings over to the museum they were going to change it too. At least it did find some purpose after we all left. If you think you know me or served with me there drop me a line!!Bob:|
I was there when you were. where did you hang out?
Bob, Western N.Y.spc chico:
where you in commoBill Lyons:
I remember you Hineline, though I can’t see the face. I probably have a picture of you somewhere. I hung out with Rick Knoop and Randy Blevins and was in 4th section with SSG Lee and SGT Holts and then SGT Paisley before going to Spec. Weapons.
|98) Eric Olson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 23. December 2006 03:00 Host: adsl-75-8-41-38.dsl.applwi.sbcglobal.net Stationed there from 88 – 90. HHT RSS 2ACR|
Had some good times there Cooking in the mess hall, getting bombed on some great beer, hanging out at the Dutzendikes, and oh yah don’t forget Graf that was fun.rorkDiltunutt:
ORANJESTAD, Aruba – Felix rapidly strengthened into a dangerous Category 5 hurricane and churned through the Caribbean Sea on a path toward Central America, where forecasters said it could make landfall as “potentially catastrophic” storm.
Felix was packing winds of up to 165 mph as it headed west, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center. It was projected to skirt Honduras’ coastline on Tuesday before slamming into Belize on Wednesday.
“As it stands, we’re still thinking that it will be a potentially catastrophic system in the early portions of this week, Tuesday evening, possibly affecting Honduras and then toward the coast of Belize,” said Dave Roberts, a hurricane specialist at the center in Miami.
|97) Christian Fogarassi email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 19. December 2006 11:15 Host: p5493F65B.dip.t-dialin.net Hi, did anybody heard about Brian Keith Molina from Indiana? He was stationed in the Merrel Barracks 1981-1984? Who knows him? Missing a good friend.|
|96) Rebecca Garner Miller firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 18. December 2006 18:12 Host: static-70-110-72-16.tampfl.fios.verizon.net I was a Chaplains Assistant at Merrell Barracks in 1978. I married Preston Miller who was a Missile System Repairman at Merrell Barracks. We married April 27, 1979 in Ruit Germany. We now have three children, Dawn, 25, Heather, 23, and Eric, 20. We still have a good friend, Renate Arnette who lives part time in Nurnberg and part time in South Carolina. 🙂|
|95) christopher delany email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 17. December 2006 12:53 Host: c-68-32-195-248.hsd1.pa.comcast.net Just want to wish all past merrell barracks residents a healthy and happy holiday and new year from Chris Delany charlie battery 3/17 FA 1982 until july 1983 I’m sitting here thinking about the Kriskringlemarket and a hot gluiew wine (probally spelled wrong)anybody out there fom them years drop me a line later. 🙂|
|94) randy snow firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 16. December 2006 14:42 IP: 18.104.22.168 Stationed at Merrell Barracks “78-80”|
Had a wonderful time and made lots of
friends. Wish I was still there!Thanks for taking me down memory lane.
|93) Joe LaBargo MM5168@verizon.netLocation:|
Staten Island, NY
|Saturday, 16. December 2006 09:25 Host: pool-72-89-80-127.nycmny.fios.verizon.net Merry Christmas to all, and the happiest and healthiest New Year.From Joe LaBargo, Merrell Barracks APO Clerk|
|92) James Ryan email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 15. December 2006 08:46 Host: host54-100.williamson-ecr.williamson.k12tn.net I was stationed at Merrell Barracks from Aug 83′ till Aug 85′. I was in 2nd ACR. Worked at the Airfield on the helicoptor radios. Partied with Tom Horan, Mike Taylor, Vila, Sgt. Holly, Sgt. Bender, SSG. McDonough, Ted Shearer and many more. If you know any of these guys or me, give me a yell…Bob Boyce:|
I remember you, and a few of the other guys. I worked in the motor pool first on Merrell, then at the airfield when the building was complete.
|91) Donald DuFour ScotiaPrince@aol.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 9. December 2006 08:53 Host: cache-rtc-ab08.proxy.aol.com Wow! Great trip down memory lane re-living some of the best days of my youth. Stationed at Merrill 3/5th FA HQ from ’83 – ’86. Worked in S-2 with MSG Knudsen,SFC Sislo, CPT Burris. Miss many of my buds from the summer days with a rack of beer at the dikes and nights at the Green Goose. Fantastic city, good friends, great food! Mason, Mercado, Drawhon, Ruiz, Ruff, or anyone from that time if you’re out there somewhere drop me a line!John C. Pfau:|
Don, I remember all those guys…I was there the same time as you…same unit also… I wrote you an E-Mail… Get back with me at firstname.lastname@example.org… John C PfauJames Murray:
were you in Ratt?
|90) Mike Chrisman email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 8. December 2006 21:06 IP: 22.214.171.124 Was stationed with the ammo plt of S&T Trp from 90 to 92. I also helped with the drawdown of the Squadron before I left.Bruce Gallagher:|
We were there the same time in the same company. SPC. Torres was the armorer and I was his roommate PFC.Gallagher I remember some folks there but mainly it was all just a blur..lol
|89) CJ Mincevich firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 7. December 2006 18:26 IP: 24-117-234-237.cpe.cableone.net Resident of Gangster Hotel 3/89-6/92|
HHT RSS 2ACR
|88) Gerome Location:|
|Thursday, 30. November 2006 18:00 Host: ppp-70-128-103-248.dsl.tulsok.swbell.net Was at Merrell from ’70 – ’72. Went into the 116th and ended up in the 303rd HQ. If your out there and have any grey cells left drop me a line via this site.|
Was at Merrell from 70-71 with the 116th. Did you know Tim Blair or Mike Adams?
|87) Regina Re_Qu@yahoo.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 28. November 2006 21:34 Host: p54941EF5.dip0.t-ipconnect.de Looking for Jose Rodriguez domenican|
been stationed in the 80´s (Merrel)
E7 left germany in the late 80´s.
If anyone has any info please contact me.
|86) Victor Pilkington email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 25. November 2006 21:51 Host: rhoads-49-138.granderiver.com Anyone stationed at Merrell in 68 thur 70 with the 2/14 artillery? I was an FO for brovo battery.|
|85) john gillette firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
hudson, new york
|Friday, 24. November 2006 08:07 Host: cache-dtc-ab08.proxy.aol.com i was stationed with the 303rd maint bn at merrell barracks from jan 1972-july 1973. i would like to hear from jim kane, george hutto, ed delgado, randy braus who were stationed there also at the time. i have been friends with wayne watson for the past 34 years and have just come back from viviting him in raleigh, nc. i have also gotten together aa couple of times with ron belangia, also of north carolina.|
|84) Darrell Lawrence email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 23. November 2006 18:57 Host: adsl-75-14-196-191.dsl.renocs.sbcglobal.net I was stationed at Merrell Brks from early 83 to mid 86 with the 614th Maint. Co.I worked in the Motor Pool as a mechanic and the dispatcher.Dwayne T. Moore:|
Hey Darrell, I was also in the 614th in the motor pool. I arrived there in Jan. of 85′. SGT Gates, and SGT Lumpkin (female) were over the pool. SPC Green, and a few others. Those drafty wooden motor pool doors, I worked on the 60k generators. Drop me a line. Sent you an email.Darrell Lawrence:
When did you e-mail me?Ronnie George:
I was in 614th Maint Co 84 to 86 how are Fawn and “Deer” doing. My wife and I knew you and your wife and daughter. do you remember SPC 4 GeorgeDarrell Lawrence:
Hey Ronnie. I remember you *L*
|83) PFC Alan Moore, 116th Ord Co firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 20. November 2006 16:02 IP: 69-215-206-67.ded.ameritech.net I was stationed at Merrel Barracks from 1980-81. I haven’t had much luck tracking down my old pals. George Murphey III, Michael Hydock, Cecil Bolan, Kevin Markham, Mike Dehart. I hope you folks are alive and well wherever you are.|
|82) lionel b leonard email@example.comLocation:|
ft worth tx
|Saturday, 18. November 2006 03:31 Host: adsl-67-64-253-140.dsl.rcsntx.swbell.net hello i was stationed at merrell barricks from 1959 – 1961 i was only 17 when i got there and home sick but enjoyed nurnberg so much i was with the 34th FAlawrence miles:|
I was in the 34th fa from may 1965-may1966 I liked nurnberg too.Glyn Priestman:
I was in B btry. 2nd how bn 34th arty from April 1960 til Nov 1962 I was infdc and drove an apc and really liked The Nurnberg area . I wasn’t thrilled with Grafenwohr…. but you take the good with whatever else . firstname.lastname@example.orgGlyn Priestman:
I was in B btry. 2nd how bn 34th arty from April 1960 til Nov 1962 I was infdc and drove an apc and really liked The Nurnberg area . I wasn’t thrilled with Grafenwohr…. but you take the good with whatever else . email@example.com
|81) Andy Jacobs firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 1. November 2006 04:27 IP: 126.96.36.199 Was stationed at Merrell 1970-1971 with 182 LEM was a 35B30 tmde reapir and calabration.Jim Hawkins:|
Andy, I was a radio tech in the 182nd July ’69 to Sept ’70. I was known as the Hawk. Hung around with Charles Keele and Tom, the Bummer, Bromwell. Trying to remember you as one of the new guys before I left. unsure.
|80) Jaime Garza Jaime.email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 27. October 2006 18:22 Host: cpe-24-27-67-121.houston.res.rr.com Hello fellow Merrell Barracks residents,I was stationed here between 1990 thru 1993. I was in 87th Chemical Co., went over to the desert with a great group of people. I can still remember the good ‘ol days at The Green Goose.|
|79) William Hull firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 21. October 2006 23:26 Host: dialup-188.8.131.52.Dial1.Cincinnati1.Level3.net What a wonderful web site! I was with D Co. 71st Maint. ’68 – ’70. I was the Co. Machinest. My first daughter was born in the Army Hospital I Furth, March ’69.|
To: K Eric Nordberg – Hey Norby, you didn’t put in an email address, but if you see this and remember me drop me a line. Remember the ‘Key to the Quadrangle’? I still have it!eric nordberg Reno Nev:
great to hear from you If you got any E mail address of anyone Would like to hear from them :)J Ballard, Sabre36b@aol.c:
I left D Co. in Apri of 68. The first sergeant was Starbird and Commander was CPT Fred Nunziata. I was running courier for a couple of months before PCS to the states. Was a SP4 assigned to tech supply at the time. John Ballard
|78) Rick Peterson email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 21. October 2006 03:16 Host: pc252-12.kuwait.army.mil Was stationed at Merrel Bks from 1984-1989. Was in the 614th Maint CO then changed over to RSS Maint Trp 2nd ACR. Lots of good times had there.Marion:|
do you remember “snoopy”? his name was actually william wilson..
|77) Rick firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 14. October 2006 13:42 IP: 24-171-81-178.dhcp.vinc.in.charter.com Was stationed there from Sept. 78 to Feb. 81 and was assigned to Air Troop, 2ACR – go redcatchers – was a duty driver at FAAF for about 15 months worked with SFC Ford, Kelvin Britt, Paul Cahoon, Mr. Walker, etc.|
Had a great time then, wish I would have appreciated how much it was important in my life. Had many good memories from that time, now they are just fodder for my daughter, wife and when she gets old enough my granddaughter.
Best wishes to anyone who remembers me or who thinks they do, look forward to hearing from anyone there at that time.
|76) James (Art) Arwood email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 11. October 2006 20:15 Host: adsl-226-90-190.mem.bellsouth.net I was stationed at Merrell Barracks from 81-84 with the 116th Ord Det/45 Ord Company in the TOW/DRAGON Missle Repair Shop. This was my first duty station after Basic/AIT. My wife and I had just married and spent a lot of time exploring the Nuremburg area and going to volksmarches. My son was born at the Nuremburg Army Hospital in 83. It was a great time. If you remember me, please drop me an e-mail. I would love to here from the guys I knew then.Burt Davis:|
I think I remember you Art, I was stationed at Merrell the same time you were. I was friends with Chuck Barlow, and Tavis Wack. You might remember them. If I remember right you use to like to listen to the band UFO.Jeanette Bohne:
I think I remember you. This was also my first duty station and I worked in the back room of TOW/DRAGON running the reports of off the huge floppy disk computer we had. Wow, what a long time ago that was. Had some really great times there. My bud from home was Sylvie Schroeder if you remember her also. We still keep in touch and see each other every now and then.Willie Hairston, Jr.:
I just signed the guestbook #119. I was on Merrell from June’81 to Dec’86. I am aka. Harry O. I somewhat remember your name. I definetely remember Jeanette Bohne and Sylvie Schroeder whose names appear in your comment space. I will email you and hope that you have info on Jeanette, Sylvie, and others. God Bless.Cecil L Simpson:
Hey James! Long time no hear-say. How’s it going? Bohne! Glad to see your name as well!
Drop me a line anyone of you.
Cecil aka SSG Simpson
116th/45th Ord Co Sep ’79- Jul ’91
|75) lawrence e miles firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 9. October 2006 20:22 Host: mo-71-51-217-242.dhcp.embarqhsd.net I was ststioned at merrell barracks with a battery 2ed howitzer battalion 34th artillery (155 selfpropelled) from 13th may 1965 through may 24th 1966.My room was on the end conner of merrell barracks I do not remmember the floor 2ed or 3rd but when I looked out my window I could see conngress hall and the shell gas station.My roomates were charile carrol & louis Apodaca (APO).I really liked it over there but we had to have pass to go off post and had 12.oo bed check plus I had guard duty or kp at least once a week and once every weekend If not for that I would have gotten out more.I would like to hear from anyone who was thereLarry Stroud:|
Mr.Miles, I must have been across the hall from you. I was on the 3rd floor and my window looked out of the center quadrangle I was in battalion maint. I feel the same about the time we got to spend over there. I made lots of friends military and German. I would like to Nurnberg again with out having guard duty or kp.
|74) Enrique (Rick) Gonzalez Jr. Enriquegonzalez69@hotmail.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 5. October 2006 19:27 IP: 66-17-6-176.biz.bkfd.arrival.net First time seeing these pictures! I was stationed with the 2nd ACR at Merrill from early 1988 till 1991 when I moved to Darby Kaserne until 1994. Sure brought back many memories, Thank you!!|
|73) Tom Johnson email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 3. October 2006 08:05 Host: c-68-44-101-142.hsd1.pa.comcast.net I was stationed at Merrell Barracks in 82-83. I was in the 614th Maint Co. then got transferred to the 182 Maint Co.I remember the open air concerts at Zeppelinfeld – 5th Golden Summer Night and Monsters of Rock 83.|
I have pictures and stubs from these concerts on my website.I hope some of my old friends my my post and contact me.I left my email blank to avoid spam.
But you can contact me at my website
@ ilike2rock.netNow if someone would send me a Dunkel Weisen I’d be set!Regina:
do you know Jose Rodriguez de Garcia? He is domenican ?If yes please contact me
|72) Donna Opulento firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 1. October 2006 06:49 Host: cpe-66-91-120-43.hawaii.res.rr.com My first duty station was at Merrell Barracks. I was with the 182nd Maintenance 80-82. I was a 63B at the motorpool. Some called me “pineapple” cuz I was from Hawaii. This was one of my favorite tours.|
|71) Christopher Delany email@example.comLocation:|
Philadelphia Pennslyvania U.S.
|Thursday, 28. September 2006 15:53 Host: c-68-32-195-248.hsd1.pa.comcast.net Plenty of great memories while stationed at merrell loved every minute of it i was in c battery 3/17 FA from January 1982 until june 1983 thn i was sent to Fort Hood Texas. Anybody out there from those years drop me a line thanks. :-|
|70) Steve Prinzi firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Upstate New York
|Tuesday, 26. September 2006 12:47 Host: cpe-72-225-51-128.rochester.res.rr.com I was stationed @ merrell in 83-84.|
I was in B-Btry 3/17 FA which changed to 3/5 FA a few months after I got there. I had a GREAT time there and remember it more fondly the older I get!
|69) Tommy Williams email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 20. September 2006 16:05 Host: rc8fhf.rcertc.army.mil Served in the military for 26 years. Am now retired. Was stationed in Nuernberg two tours. One tour at a younger age at Merrel Barracks. Pvt to SGT/E-5. Then years later E-7 to 1st SGT. Have been looking for any information on father I never knew. His name is Lonnie Ridgeway and he was stationed at Merrel Barracks in the 40’s and possibly early 50’s. To date I have not been able to find him. I am 50 years old now. Merrel Barracks was a great place. I was with the 2nd Armored Cav Regiment. Worked in the Communications Center across the street from Border Operations.|
|68) Mark Brewer firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 20. September 2006 15:11 Host: adsl-072-149-171-006.sip.tys.bellsouth.net As I look back over the events in my life, I remember a lot of good times had at Merrell Barracks and Nurnberg 1985-1987. I was in HHB of 3/5th Field Artillery. Anybody there at that time?John C. Pfau:|
Hey, Mark I was stationed at Merrell from ’84 to ’86 and also HHB 3/5 FA… I was with Staff Sgt Porter’s group… Commo… Do you remember Joe Wilke ?JD Marie:
I was stationed there between 83 – 85. Was a 31V, MSGT. Hilliard was my section chief. Knew several 36 Kilos. Brian Hilts, Michael Turzilli, SGT. Trujillio, Me and SGT. Porter got in huge argument because i was late to Formation and he was just a wire dog and i wasn’t in his section so i told him to shut up and he didn’t like me very much after that. i loved Merrell Barracks and i am planning a trip back there in about 3 years. I have alot of great memories. I will never forget.lorenzo white:
yes I was in c battery 3/5th. you probably remembering someone getting there stereo system stolen. my name is spec.4 WHITE
|67) Les Gross email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 14. September 2006 16:32 Host: mail.independentcan.com Arrived in Germany 1970, stationed in Ludwigsburg at Flack Kaserne, moved to Merrill Barracks in 1971 569th PSC 71H30, would be great to hear from old friendsCharles Hancock:|
I arrived in Germany around March 1968. I was assigned to the 569th PSC Ludwigsburg, Germany. We moved the company to Merrell Barracks, Nurnberg Germany in Oct/Nov 1970.JAMES J JEANETTE JJJ:
I remenber you very well you.Use
talk to me all the time about
home you and everybody else in
in the unit becasue everybody
just was home sick. Do remenber
the SGM NUNNES he was alright.JAMES J JEANETTE:
I FORGOT TO TELL YOU I WAS THE
UNIT MAIL MAN KNOW TO EVERYBODY
AS J.J.J NOW DO YOU REMENBER
ME. FROM 68 to 71.J.J.J:
I remember you also you and everybody else. Because was I the first person that you would talk to. Everybody told me about there family and there girl friend. The old sgm Nunnes
was Alright I would have follow
him to hell and back. Remember how everybody wait for the mail everyday when i come back what it. AT Christmas All the men were happy when they got package. When I watch the rerun of Mash Or see the mailman everyday I think About the All men and i hope that everyone made it home Alright some of them went to the Nam. So good luck buddy.j.j.jENRIQUE GARCIA:
I arrived in Ansbach in Jun’68 and went to Ludwigsburg in ’69 as part of the 569th. I as an SP5 and was I charge of one of the records sections. I’m sure I knew you back then.
|66) Harry Mawson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 13. September 2006 10:03 Host: pool-68-238-254-60.phlapa.fios.verizon.net Was at merrell barracks 1955-1957,sorry to see it’s no longer a military base always wanted to come back for a last visit….but guess it wont happen….well at least I have the memories…..|
|65) William J. Elendt email@example.comLocation:|
Big Sandy, Tenn
|Tuesday, 12. September 2006 22:39 Host: adsl-155-214-104.mem.bellsouth.net I was stationed at Merrell Bks in early 70’s the mover to w.o. Darby with 569th PSC..I was the Motor sergeant at the time under SGM D. Day, 1st Sg Starkey . If you was there or know me please E-mail me if you would like..was also at Pinder bks 2/16 arty.back to Darby around 73-77.CW3 (Ret) David Horton:|
I’m sorry to say that I do have have a recollection of you. But I certainly remember Dave Day and Roy Starky. I met Dave later in Belgium. I retired and Stayed in Nurnberg for a few years. Nurnberg still calls my memories frequently. I was the Personnel Actions Chief for about 12 years.James J. Jeanette:
I think you just got there in 71
and was incharge of the motor
pool. I was the mail man at that
|64) Kevin R Smith firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
San Antonio, TX
|Tuesday, 12. September 2006 17:33 Host: cpe-67-11-185-88.satx.res.rr.com I was station with my fellow combat medics in Med Troop 2nd ACR. Stationed at Merrell Barracks from early 90 untill it closed. Had some great times. Served under then Col. Holder. Tou Jour Pret!|
|63) Danny Mellard email@example.comLocation:|
Mills River, NC.
|Friday, 8. September 2006 19:35 Host: adsl-144-100-72.ard.bellsouth.net I was in the Hq Battery 3/17 at Merrell Barracks from April 1966 until Dec. of 1967. Working in the FDC, also as the training NCO. and going up on the OP. as a FO. when we were in Graf. I remember some good times and great friends from those times. If anyone remembers Mike Tillman or Bob Poole please let me know.|
|62) charles mcdaniel firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 28. August 2006 22:08 IP: 184.108.40.206 Was stationed at Merrell 88-91|
Maint.Trp.RSS 2nd Acr S & E section. Hemett operator. Looking forward to chatting with any old Dragoons.
Lots of good times and memories of Merrell, and Nurnberg community
Charles (Big Mac) McDanielRegina:
Hello charles, I am looking for
Jose Rodriguez he is from the domenican Rep.he left merrel in the late 80´s at this time I think he was E 7.
He has one son and when he left germany he was on the way getting divorced.
Maybe you have some info.That would be great.
I was stationed at merrill from 86 to 88. I was in the S&E section also. I operated wreckers 56 & 57. Sgt Simmons was our squad leader.
charles.mcdaniel@ insightbb. com
I drove MT 57 but it was a Hemett Wrecker. Braccini was our shop chief for a short while. Sgt Dedear was my squad leader and trained me on the Hemett. Browder became section Sgt While I was there
|61) david counter email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 27. August 2006 16:25 Host: adsl-75-37-228-126.dsl.wchtks.sbcglobal.net my first duty station was merrel. i was hq 3/17 fa s-3 from may 81 to oct 82 if any one knows james stucky or mark ford . i would love to hear from them i went to many concerts there and remember the pizzia joint across the street. sgt white give me note.|
|60) Randy Beck firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 19. August 2006 18:40 Host: ACA6C315.ipt.aol.com Served as a Medic during the years of 1976-1979. Very good memories. Did put in 12 active duty years and 9 reserve years to end with a retirement.|
|59) Irv Powell email@example.comLocation:|
Versailles KY 40383
|Monday, 14. August 2006 22:03 Host: versailles-bsr1-24-54-210-40.chvlva.adelphia.net I was stationed at Merrell Barracks from June 1959 to July 1961. I was with A Battery of the 39th artillery. Have many fond memories of Nurnberg.|
|58) Jack R. Johnson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Kansas City area
|Wednesday, 9. August 2006 10:14 IP: 10.22.160.67 I was stationed at the barracks from 1982 until 1984. I was with 116th/45th Ord. I remember the bowling alley and the little Imbisse stand out behind the kaserne as if it was yesterday.Jack R. Johnson:|
I was a 27B who first worked in the Lance Shop under SSG Reece. I then went to work under SSG James Johnson in training and went on to be training NCO under CPT “JED” Davis. I ran around with John Stanford, Steve Ellis, and Stephen Walls.
|57) Angelo J Carlino Sr. email@example.comLocation:|
EAST HAVEN, CT
|Tuesday, 8. August 2006 17:06 Host: c-71-235-65-58.hsd1.ct.comcast.net Was at the M/B from March 64 to August 66 Avation Co. 2nd A/Cav we had the airfield out by the tower’s about 5 klicks out.They said there was an under-ground road from the air-port to the parade field at M/B.Ill be looking for some pic’s to send in. Had a wonderful time at Soldiers Field and the Dozen Lake’s. Hello to Harley Brabon Post Master APO 09696 Up state NY ( PEPINO )ever night down town Stoch Bar ( Boy do I miss the good time ) Were Is Tony K ? 🙂|
|56) rwolfe firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 7. August 2006 08:54 IP: 71-85-52-169.dhcp.spbg.sc.charter.com Wow this is great brings back the great memories at merrell I was stationed there from 77 to 80 in C btry. Spent some time in a gun section then special weapons, it was such a good time that is where I met my wonderful wife of the last twenty seven years.|
|55) dietmar jaenicke email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 3. August 2006 04:37 Host: p54BCE7F8.dip.t-dialin.net hi!|
i was your asst. gym director from 88 till closing.
everyone still ok?
greetings from dark-germany
|54) Richard Lake Lakerebg@aol.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 27. July 2006 09:59 Host: cache-dtc-ac05.proxy.aol.com Bill, you arrived just as I left. The 2/14 was taking its battalion test in Aug and I left Grafenwir before everyone else to outprocess.Notes to others- never realized there was an 8″ unit there when I was.We had a Lt Smyrl in the 2/14 from 67 to 69. He was the B battery commander and I led his fire direction team on that last test in Aug 69 – I was the redeye officer, battalion FO and S1, among other things. All that and just a Lt!|
|53) Bill James firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 27. July 2006 03:45 IP: 10.251.126.70 I was at Merrell with the 2/14th Artillery , 155 SP, from Sept. ’69 until we got moved to Pinder Barracks. Nurnberg was great. We did a lot of walking around town. We always seemed to end up at the castle and the bahnhof whenever we went downtown. Barracks life in Merrell in 1969/1970 was many times “like, far out, man!” Like living in a commune with a military theme. I didn’t realize then that they were really good times.gbttown1:|
Great comment Bill. Like a “commune with a military theme”. Needless to say they didn’t like us much during ’70-’72 for treating their Army in such a fashion. Peace Bro’Mike Troup—Phoenix:
I got there 12/71. Talk about dope use (hashish). Your comment was great, it really was like a commune as I think back. They began to “clean up” the drug problem around 73. What a great experience.
|52) Harold Reaves email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 24. July 2006 10:11 Host: adsl-070-148-175-104.sip.bct.bellsouth.net Anyone around from the 569th PSC? I was there in the the early 70’s.james kinsley:|
i was there in the 70’s 569thpsc
james (bill) kinsley
|51) Jerry Burt firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 22. July 2006 23:46 Host: cache-dtc-ac05.proxy.aol.com Hello i was at Merrill barracks with the 182nd Maint co from 1982 to 1985.I had some of the best times there.I would love to haer from anyone that remember’s me from their.|
|50) Ron Borg email@example.comLocation:|
Salt Lake City
|Monday, 17. July 2006 16:34 Host: c-71-199-23-120.hsd1.co.comcast.net My time at Merrell Barracks was from Jan.’65 to Sept. ’68. But, we were at Graf for 13 of those 32 months! I served as battery commander of various units of the 3rd Bn 17th FA and as battalion S-3. We were 8″ SP howitzers then. Those were the days! I went back in 1997 and saw the Merrell Barracks remodel job and the tear-down at Darby.|
|49) Tom Tucker firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Fairfield Ohio 2nd AC
|Friday, 14. July 2006 00:13 Host: cpe-24-209-214-67.cinci.res.rr.com I was there from 66-67. Headquarters and headquarters troop, 2nd AC.I was a radio teletype team Sgt. Had the best friends in the world, the Huyghes and the Carters. Many fond memories. If God loves you, he gives you memories…John Prigge, Des Moines,:|
You came right after I left – also HQ & HQ TRP 2ACR – COMCEN. Who could forget Sgt. Hughes and Sgt. CampbellJohn Prigge, Des Moines,:
You came right after I left – also HQ & HQ TRP 2ACR – COMCEN. Who could forget Sgt. Hughes and Sgt. CarterBob Greuter:
Tom, I was there from 66 through 67. I was in charge of fixing all the radios, teletypes and land line communications.
Bob Greuter SP-5
Hey Tom, its sgt Ron Rundell, hi to Bob G. and John P. damn I remenber you all so well, Tom the good ole boy, John, tall blond kid, very smart, and Bob who could fix anything, Carter Schuld sent me this web site ,He came to visit me in CC a few years back, I also have contact with Fred Carmichel, Mel Douthit, and JJ Loury and Im still looking for Rudy Garcia
Ron Rundell rcrundell@msn, would be great to hear from any of you…Duke Akers:
Hi Tom, gladI saw your name on the list.We did have fun back then. Drop me a line sometime at email@example.com
|48) Sam Hubbard firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 9. July 2006 22:58 IP: 220.127.116.11 POL, S&T Troop, RSS, 2nd ACR. I was at Merrel Barracks from fall of 1986 to fall of 1989. Sorry to say but I party alot, too much. I also got to travel in Europe, that was fun. Visit alot of places, can’t remember all the names. I lost contact with my old friends, contact me if you remember me, they used to call me “Chief”.Jose M: Palermo:|
Not sure if you’ll remember me but I know you’ll remember the rest of the gang from P.O.L. Platoon, folks like Chris Ramirez, Jeff Huether, Micheal Lopez, Benny Marmela, Lonnie Gibler, William Parson and last but not least Jose Palermo
|47) Dianne Budnik email@example.comLocation:|
San Antonio, Texas
|Friday, 7. July 2006 12:22 Host: ip67-154-41-138.z41-154-67.customer.algx.net My Father, LTC R.C. Smyle, was stationed at Merrell Barracks from 1963-1965. He was CO of the 34th FA and mighty proud of it! WE SUPPORT!!|
I have very fond memories of all my friends from Nurnberg AHS, “P Strasse”, and the AYA.
Seems it’s all gone now, but will never be forgotten.
|46) Richard Lake Location:|
|Thursday, 6. July 2006 11:42 Host: cache-dtc-ae04.proxy.aol.com 2/14 the FA arrived here sometime in 1968, after previously being in Fuerth. So, I went from an underground airfield to an SS kacern. Montieth was rural, while Merrell was a short walk from Hitler’s never completed Hall of Congress. They had nice Formula 2 races there.JIM ROBINSON CULLMAN ALA:|
I was with the 2/14 hq/hq co 64-67 at furth.Those were great days went back to furth in 2002 but it was all gone whish i had gone back sooner.
|45) spc jimmy cedotal firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 30. June 2006 14:55 Host: c-68-63-224-188.hsd1.ms.comcast.net GREATEST TIMES OF ARMY TOUR WAS THER FROM 88-89.REASON SO SHORT 3/5 FIELD ARTILLERY MOVED TO SCHWABACH IN LATE 88.1SGT HASLETT WAS FIRST SGT OF A BATTERY.|
|44) Andy Howard Andyh@backblast.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 28. June 2006 18:51 IP: 65-102-136-37.tukw.qwest.net I was stationed at Merrell Barracks from 86-88, 1st year in the 182 Maint Btln and the 1nd year as 2nd ACR. I worked in maintenance mainly in the Battery Shop. BTW, there are tunnels under the base, there was an enterance in the basement of the Battery Shop.What a blast it was!|
PFC/Spec4 Andy HowardPFC Alan Moore, 116th Ord:
I remember the tunnels. There was one under the bowling alley too. Our shop was in the basement when I was there in 80-81Spec4 Scott Haas:
Yes I remember those tunnels I also worked in the battery shop at that time to and yes it was a blast.SP4 Hayes:
Hey Haas, it is SP4 Hayes, I was in S&E at the same time you were there. I speak with SP$ Shank all the time. Remember Sgt. Simmons and the rest of the gang
|43) S. Visotsky email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 28. June 2006 02:22 Host: dial10367.odn.de When Merrell closed its doors, there was still an old First Sargeant who was around in Nbg. who was stationed there. He was some sort of expert on the layout and structures within. Dressed like Indiana Jones. Had long hair and a hat, leather jacket. Used to see him in the Shamrock from time to time around summer 95. Would like to contact him. I am part of an Underground group in Fürth. We explore the tunnels under the Fürth Hospital and area surrounding. Would like some info exchange. I was underground several times at Merell. Any info would be appreciated.Or::|
Tray Alan Ham at the Monteith web site. Has tunnel pics.
|42) Kerstin firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 25. June 2006 14:22 Host: c-71-226-95-113.hsd1.fl.comcast.net Hi, I am from Nuremberg and my Grandma ran the Merrel Barracks Army Bookstore for many years. Her name was Alma Risch. My dad Hartmut virtually spent his childhood reading US comic books and his adolescence hanging out with GIs (that was mainly in the 60s).Someone asked what the Germans did with the Kaserne- it was converted into a government building and now houses the a specialized branch of the German immigration authorities deaing with and housing asylum seekers.W. Hull:|
Kerstin, if my E-mail didn’t reach you please contact me. Your Grndma Alma was my daughters’ “adopted german grandma”. Beth was born in the Army hospital, March 1969. email@example.comJohn Solie HHT 2nd AC:
I was at Merrell, from 64-67. I think I knew your Grandma really well. She would save any new hot rod or poprod magazines for me if we were in the field. Also the comic books that I liked. She was a neat lady.
John Solie 2nd AC
|41) glenda brotherton jones firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 19. June 2006 00:35 IP: 70-100-72-204.br1.sma.wv.frontiernet.net my ex husband was danny brotherton. he was stationed at merrill barricks in 74-76. we lived in base housing. across from a movie theater. the housing was like an apartment complex. am looking for some old friends. do not remember their last names, but we played pinocle every sat. nite. his name was jim and his wifes name was mel. i beleive they were from ohio. they had a daughter, i think her name was christy, anyone know them??????|
|40) lionel b leonard email@example.comLocation:|
ft worth tx
|Friday, 16. June 2006 08:22 Host: adsl-67-67-163-176.dsl.rcsntx.swbell.net I was 17 yrs old when i got to merrell barracks on 2 /59 I was too young to really enjoy most of it but i still had a wonderful time i stayed till 3/61 :p|
|39) DAVID FULHORST ENLIGHTENED1@CONSOLIDATED.NETLocation:|
|Monday, 12. June 2006 02:10 Host: client-66-116-34-53.consolidated.net MY names Dave Fulhorst , I was stationed at merrell from 1983 to 1986 . 182nd maint co ,I was a spc4 track machanic .had many great times hangin with my buds at the Cobra.Sure would like to hear from anyone that was in the 182nd at that time , I have lost touch and would like to see how everyone is doing . sure miss nurmberg. :cool:marion:|
do you remember snoopy, gabi huettlinger and her sister?
my ex used to be in 182nd and then they moved to 614th maint in darby.Alexander Serno:
I also hung out at the cobra grill and knew gabi and her sister my friend Dean and gabi were an item for some time i was there from 12/82 until 5/84 best wishesBob Boyce:
Hey Dave, I sorta remember you. I was there the same time you were, and was also a regular in the Cobra. I’m going to nurnburg in sept on vacation. I would like to see the Cobra crew, but Jimmy took his family back to Greece
|38) Jim Young firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
182d Maint. Co.
|Friday, 9. June 2006 23:01 Host: adsl-219-213-162.asm.bellsouth.net My first assignment in the Army was at Merrell Barracks. It was one of the greatest times of my life. I was engineer platoon leader, Property Book Officer, and Shop Officer. Famous commanders were Phil Phillips, Dan Raimondi, and Richard Krumel. I worked with great officers like Jim Kinzer, Roy Mault, Hans Reich, Rick Jones, Bob Loy, Randy Golonka, and Dave Tosch. It certainly didn’t look the same upon my return visit in 95. I remember all the annual unit photos that hung in the halls; I wonder where they went to?Richard Snider, SFC, Ret:|
I worked for Mr Mault in Armament Platoon who transfered from 42nd Maint Co, W O darby in 1976. Remember the shop office and many support missions.
|37) Fred Gray email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 9. June 2006 06:54 Host: rrcs-67-79-133-40.se.biz.rr.com Best years of my lift were there and I was to dumb to know it. Did meet my wife there and we are still married today.|
|36) Gene Fulgham firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 30. May 2006 20:11 Host: cache-rtc-aa10.proxy.aol.com I was the MotorSegeant of C. Battery 3Bn. 17th FA from June 1980 until early 1982 when I was assigned to HHB as Motor Sergeant after an IG inspection.The inspection team deadlined nearly all of the vehicles in HHB motor pool. We were to go to Graff within a week. The mechanics and I worked until 10:00 PM every night until we left for Graff. We were able to repair every thing but one vehicle.|
While in C. Batt. the Bn.Commander wanted to road march the track vehiclec to Graff. We had guns and M548’s scattered from Merrell Bks to Graff. It took me and my mechanics at least a week to get every thing to Graff. What was worse was that once we arrived at Graff, we were to go into an ARTEP. It was not goog to have only one of six guns able to fire.Delia:
Hi Gene, do you remember a Trent, Dock? He was in the motor pool too about that time?Bearl Bruffett:
I remember looking at that name tag many times Sarge. You probobly won’t remember me but I was transfered to the motor pool sometime in 1980 intil 81.
Ratt Rigg driver operator,tore up a couple of those. Remember “Q-Ball”
Actually only having one out of six guns fire wasn’t that bad. What would continiously break down my Gamma goat equipment was the “Battery fire” all six guns fireing at the same time…ya, you remember that. Then if the sheel would fire before leaving the tube….look out.
|35) Bob Darlington, Jr. email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 27. May 2006 11:35 Host: AC83C0DF.ipt.aol.com Iwas stationed at Merrell Barracks from August ’63 to October ’65. I was an Airborne Radar/IR Operator & Repairman assigned to Aviation Co., 2nd ACR. Spent many hours at 10,000 feet surveilling the Czech border from a Grumman OV-1 Mohawk.Also spent many hours drinking that awesome German beer. Two of the best years of my life.|
|34) John Hardin firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 21. May 2006 03:30 IP: 168-103-81-124.hlrn.qwest.net I was station in Air Cal Troop, part of the 2nd ACR back in 75-76. It was great seeing the place. I always heard there where tunells running under Merrel that went to the 130 Hospital and around. Is there anything to that?or was that just a rumors? thanks for for update on days gone by. I miss them.. If anybody had heard of the tunnels let me know. thanks, jwh|
|33) mikehorton email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 14. May 2006 10:14 IP: 80-46.124-70.tampabay.res.rr.com Thanks for bringing back the fond memories. Merrill barracks was my first assignment in Nbg. I managed to stay in the city for 14 years.|
|32) Ted S firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 12. May 2006 09:15 IP: 18.104.22.168 Stationed at Merrell from 1971-1973 This sight brought back many memories. I thank you for the opportunity to reflect on the past|
|31) john clingan email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 7. May 2006 22:37 Host: ppp-70-251-213-125.dsl.hstntx.swbell.net i was stationed at Merrell Barracks, from Nov. ’63-Nov. ’65, with 3rd Bn, 17th Arty, Nov. ’65 rotated, was sent to Vietnam, i was at Cu Chi, with the 2nd Bn, 32nd Arty, with the 25th Inf. Div.1966|
the joints i remember in Nurnberg back then were, Luitipold’s, Riggoletto’s,
Club 21, and Hillbilly. mainly just GI
dives, but that is all a GI wanted, a good German Bier, and a Fraulein.
anybody stationed there then.
also at Merrell, 2nd Bn 34th arty, and
2nd Armored Cav, 84th Engineers,
3rd Medical Grp and an Aviation Co.
Auf Weidersehninge hoyt:
hi john,i might have been one of those fraulein’s you may have danced with at the riggoletto’s and the hillbilly.
i married a gi in 64′ and moved to the states, i was married to sp4 jewell massey in the 2acr, and he passed away in 1993 at ft. sill, ok. and remarried a airborne paratrooper and still happily married. we were in ft polk lousiana when the 2acr moved there. we now live in beautiful picturesque new hampshire. auf wiedersehnJohn clingan:
hi Inge, just got around to
reading the Merrell site again.
thanks for your note, yes,
i was 6′ tall, 170lbs, dark
brown hair. what did you look
like? do you remember a lady
named Marianne Gaebler?
a fellow soldier dated her.
you didn’t leave an email,
you have mine, give me a
reply sometime. do you remember
the Club Rendezvous and the
Wintergarten? take firstname.lastname@example.org:
hi john,thanks for your note. here is my E mail adress.i wrote earlier, but messed it all up. i am still learning. iam also listed on no. 161.this is the family E mail adress.aufwiedersehen, inge email@example.com:
Hey John,Iwas at merrell from Jan.1965-Aug.1966.I was with B Btry,2nd How. Bn. 34th Arty in the FDC. We were at club 21 a lot & down at the place by the lake & it was owned by a lady named Carrol D. Had great times there & the whole time in Germany. Some friends were Curtis Higgenbotham,Sal M.,Joe Crayton,Mackey & he worked for the 1st sergent.I am from Beeville,TX.-My name is John Alexander
|30) Joe LaBargo MM5168@SI.RR.COMLocation:|
Staten Island, NY
|Tuesday, 2. May 2006 08:27 Host: cpe-68-174-22-231.si.res.rr.com I ran the Merrell APO in 1977-78. Many great people worked there, esp. in Medic’s office, 2ACR supply (guy drove a mint 65 Mustang), and others. I always got help when I needed it.|
Discovered when I got home that Merrell Barracks was named after Joseph Merrell, M of H winner in WW2, and a fellow Staten Islander. Made me proud….
|29) Squigg firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 1. May 2006 10:28 IP: 70-57-186-93.omah.qwest.net I was stationed at Merrill Barracks, 182nd Maint.79-82. Lots of really good people. I worked in the Shop Office, with SFC Kubick, CW3 Cassel, SFC Merrick, CW4 Wolfe, SFC Hobby, CW3 Beaver, CW4 Reese, CW3 Lopez, Lt. Susan Johnston, A remarkable time in my life when I felt I had the world by the balls. I look back at those days with fond memories.Donna Opulento:|
I remember them well. I was a mechanic at the 182nd Motor Pool 80-82. SFC Donahue had me drive the Lt (tangerine head) around. I
enjoyed my tour there, so much fun-filled memories.Squigg:
SFC Donahue, and SFC Hobby, who was the other sgt at the motorpool? I remember you pineapple.anthony howard:
Squiqq i remember u all to well,I work at the ak in the Das3 computer van outback do u remember Massey and Horne just a few
|28) George Johnson email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 30. April 2006 16:58 Host: c-67-163-150-9.hsd1.pa.comcast.net 371st AIB 1954-1956 company D 1st platoon|
|27) Jenn Smith firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 28. April 2006 17:35 Host: fl-71-52-210-176.dhcp.sprint-hsd.net Greetings,It was awesome to see a familiar building!My father was stationed in Nurnberg and worked out of Merrell Barracks.|
<Richard “Spanky “White or “Spanky from Maine” he was N.B.C 1985-1988>My mom was a line cook on base (aafee’s?) above a small book store I think…
<Betty White>as a child I LOVED going to the on base library where I and my sister would enter coloring contest, go to the movie’s and go shopping with my mom.I have a lot of fond memories of my time in Germany and would give anything to go back with my family.I SUPPORT MY TROOP’S!!!!!!
|26) Ellen Manig email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 23. April 2006 13:08 Host: dialin.22.214.171.124.NEFkom.net Where is Robert Phine 1985 Merrell Barracks nürnber, korea ,savannah and now?|
|25) Art Hayes firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 17. April 2006 18:13 Host: adsl-71-158-161-20.dsl.rcsntx.sbcglobal.net I was in Merrel from July 76 thru Nov 80 HHB and C btry 3/17 looking for a feww old friends. Pete Peterson|
spec 5 Wiley oh to many to name …contact me if you remember1SG Ret. Rodney D. Wolfe:
Hey i was stationed at Merrell From 77 to 80 in C Btry Always in the firing brty Sgt Alred, Dehaven,SFC Carroll,SFC Corbit 1sgCcadena I could go on and on brings back such great memories.
|24) SGT. Carrillo, Ruben Jr. email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 16. April 2006 21:20 Host: cache-dtc-ae04.proxy.aol.com Former member of HHT 2 ACR from June 84|
thru Febuary 88.
Would like to hear from the Maint.Section.Don Shank:
I remember you, I was in Maint. Co,(then Maint Trp). I think I played Basketball with you
Don ShankCharlie McDaniel:
Don Shank… thats a name from the past….I was in S & E section with you hows it goin? Have you heard from Browder, or any the other section members?RUBEN CARRILLO JR.:
former member of HHT 2 ACR…I have ben married…x28 years… would like to hear from males only!! thanksguest:
Sgt carrillo status:Married.retired 1SG Ray Barnhart:
I remember you, I was a HHT as a scout from 85-87. I’m was a specialist then. Scouts Out!!! Do you remember Mike Miller from Philly?Pac.Man,:
Sgt.Carrillo..is still serving and has been married and living in Tx.Lisa B.:
Hey Sgt.This is Lisa Bonett..e_mail @ firstname.lastname@example.org
|23) duffy mayr email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 13. April 2006 00:30 IP: 67-42-49-57.eugn.qwest.net had a great time in the old concern from 79 to 82,in the s4 for the 2nd acr.spent many an evening in the em over indulging in the fantisc beer there anyone out there from that time|
|22) Dan Browning firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 4. April 2006 13:31 IP: 126.96.36.199 🙂 Spent 73-75 2ACR at this fine kaserne…………Brian Shephard:|
Dan – this is Brian in Montana, just a short note to say hello again. Hope all is well with you. 2nd ACR 73-76Matt Troxell:
Arrived at Merrill Nov 74, left Dec 75, 84th Engineers. Greetings…had a great time……..
|21) Mike Joseph email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 4. April 2006 01:08 Host: clayton.state.gov I was stationed at Merrell Barracks from May 1981 to July 1984.I would love to hear from Michael Jimerson,Lawrence Daye,Danny Montalvo,Hodges and George Simmons.Do you guys remember the “Charly M” and “Jacqueline” discos?|
|20) wade firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 27. March 2006 08:18 Host: c-24-20-0-237.hsd1.or.comcast.net Figure some people see this. My father was station at Merrell from late 89-92, during desert storm. His name was Richard Done SR and was aprt of the 2nd ACR. Tryin to find a certain buddy of his, went by the name “Smitty”(unsure of his true name).Those who want to know what the barracks currently look like, download google earth.Quick fillin, its nothing as I remember as a kid.Tony Alexander:|
I too was stationed at Merrell until it closed in 92, I do know of the Smitty that you are searching for and I think he is in Lima Ohio. By the way I think I may have known your father as well, My name is Tony Alexander and I was a E-6 Medic there.Richard Done:
I too was stationed at Merrell until it closed in 92, I do know of the Smitty that you are searching for and I think he is in Lima Ohio. By the way I think I may have known your father as well, My name is Tony Alexander and I was a E-6 Medic there.Kevin Smith:
I was a medic from 89 until Merrell Barracks closed. I went with Med Trp, RSS, 2nd ACR to Desert Storm. Kevin Smithmichelle:
There is a homepage from a Club where GI´s always went to!
I don´t know the exact name but the club was called Green-Goose!
I bet many of the people here have been there and maybe you find Smitty in there guestbook.And by the way the have nice pictures from Nürnberg and the Merrel Barracks too!
|19) martina email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 25. March 2006 16:53 Host: p54B5DFF5.dip.t-dialin.net hey i am looking for buddys from 3/5 fa about 84-85|
|18) eric nordberg firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 22. March 2006 20:30 Host: cache-ntc-ac01.proxy.aol.com is Merrial kasern still standing ? What have the Germans done with it ??BROSTEddie:|
Part of it was turned into apartments and there is a giant furniture store in some of the buildings.e.w.:
the furniture store is actually on the side at the intersection next not too far from the pizza place(which still excists, the guy who owned it died, i think his son overtook it). all the buildings haven´t been changed too much, mostly immigrants who live their now. the main former ss-building is still there, has been turned into a german government building. right next to it, there is a club called z-bau
|17) Rick Lepley email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 19. March 2006 12:28 Host: c-69-253-250-113.hsd1.pa.comcast.net I was in the 3rd Bn 17th FA in 1962 in Schwasish Gmund at Bismark Kaserne and in 1963 the 17th transfered to Merrell Barracks I was there to 1965|
|16) Gary Zoet firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 6. March 2006 09:02 Host: ip70-185-7-162.ma.dl.cox.net Anybody out there alive from Air Cav Troop, 2nd ACR. I was there from Oct 1973-May 1977. What a wild place it was at that time. I am trying to locate Captain Ronald Taylor. Any ideas, anybody?|
|15) Morris Pigott email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 2. March 2006 13:16 IP: 167dep8.dep.state.fl.us Greeting’s, fellow gangster’s.Merrell was my home for almost three years.I served with HHT 1/2 2nd ACR.From early 83 till late 85.Had some great times.Sgt. Carrillo, Ruben Jr.:|
Hello Pigott, I was there with you 84-88. I remember some of the maint. section like Banks, Mcfadden, Ahern & Branshuaw.
And who could forget Shmidt.!sg Raymond “Sam” Barnhar:
Hey Pigott, I remember you. Remember Mike Miller from Phiily and Tom Butler from NJ, Sgt Calmese from LA State., Sgt Barto? My E-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
|14) Steve Wright email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 1. March 2006 10:51 Host: calera-127.cher.brightok.net I was at Merrell Barracks in 1970 with the 116th ord det. Would like to hear from anyone from that outfit.Cecil Simpson:|
Hi Steve, I was in the 116th too but not durring your time. I was there 1979 to 1991. Later it was renamed 45th Ord Co and also moved to Darby. Cecil aka SSGSIMPSON@sbcglobal.net
|13) lonnie g. bailey sr firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 23. February 2006 20:40 Host: adsl-65-70-232-152.dialup.fyvlar.swbell.net I WAS AT MERRELL 68 TO 70,LOTS OF FUN.I WAS WITH THE 3RD 17TH F.A.|
|12) Jim Lasher email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 21. February 2006 17:00 Host: pool-71-240-142-77.hrbgpa.east.verizon.net I was stationed at Merrell from 1982-1985, at which time my unit, 182nd Maint. Co. was transfered to WO Darby. I left Germany in 1986 for Aberdeen Proving Grounds MD. I loved my time at Merrell and in Nurnberg, I would go back in a heartbeat if I could. Anyone else from the 182nd, emaIl me at firstname.lastname@example.org.Jim Young:|
I was the shop officer of the 182nd, and stationed there from 1974-1977. I wonder whatever happened to all the old unit photographs that used to be in the billets/admin area?
|11) Ken email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 11. February 2006 16:51 IP: 70-33-0-185.clspco.adelphia.net Was at the Kaserne from jan 75-78…best time of my life 😎|
|10) klaus lutz firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
falls city, oregon
|Friday, 10. February 2006 00:49 IP: 67-40-253-245.ptld.qwest.net I WAS AN ARMY BRAT IN NURNBERG FROM1969-1978, MY FATHER WAS SGT. PAUL LUTZ, WE LIVED IN PASTORIUS. I GREW UP IN MERRILL , KNEW EVERY INCH OF IT. LEARNED BASKET BALL PLAYING AGAINST THE ENGINEERS, SEEMS LIKE THEY WERE ALWAYS IN THE GYM. WAS ON THE BOWLING LEAGUE, AND SPENT COUNTLESS HOURS IN THE THEATRE. DOES ANYONE REMEMBER THE POST BASKETBALL TEAM? THEY WERE GREAT! WELL, THOSE DAYS ARE GONE, BUT I’LL NEVER FORGET. KLAUSMike Peacock:|
I remember you man. Last time I saw you was in San Antonio back in the early 80s. We played against each other in AYA ball during the 70s. My Dad was stationed at Johnson Barracks…but at Merrill and/or Monteith earlier (50’s/60s). He was an Engineer. I will try the email…but left this is case it doesn’t work.Bonnie and Jesse Krueger:
I was also a army brat, we lived in Pastorius from 71- late 72 do you remember the under ground tunnels that started in Pastorius, and led to the dussendikes? they were filled in right before we left because of the danger of collapse, which was bull they just didn’t want us kids to go there… had alot of great times there.Bonnie Krueger:
do you remember the tunnels in Pastorius? I was 14 and lived in Pastorius in “71”
|9) sp/5 K eric nordberg Location:|
reno nevada usa 😉
|Wednesday, 1. February 2006 13:13 Host: cache-ntc-ac01.proxy.aol.com i was in the SS from 68-71 company D 71st maint bn i had so many good friends and tied on so many good drunks lol Some day i will go back 😉 🙂|
|8) Kelly Sykes email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 26. January 2006 19:14 Host: nc-71-49-53-76.dhcp.sprint-hsd.net :-)I was at the Gangster Hotel from 1979-1986. I was with A 3/17FA- and later A 3/5 FA. I also brought home a souvenir,which I have been married to for twentyfive years. After being stationed in many other places, none had been as memorable.|
If you think you know me,drop me a line. :cool:Bearl Bruffett:
’79 until June 81
I was one floor below you (if I remember right) HHB 3/17th Como. Ya I can still smell the pizza stand across the street. Actually my room was the escape rout out of Merrell through the window. Everyone would sneak in and out. Any body remember the “Com Center” downtown, if you do you will remember what it was all about.
What a crazy place.
Anybody from HHB out there?
Buzzy, John Santos, Johnny Grover and who could ever forget “Q Ball”
Just found this site…Awesome
|7) Michael Joseph Location:|
|Tuesday, 17. January 2006 01:07 Host: clayton.state.gov I was a Sergeant with the 34th Signal Battalion in Stuttgart however I was attached to the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment at Merrell Barracks from May 1981 to July 1984.I have many fond memories of Merrell Barracks and Germany one of my favorite hangouts was the “Charly M” disco it was avery happening club.|
|6) Hermann Schwiersch firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Vancouver, BC Canada
|Saturday, 7. January 2006 13:29 Host: S0106000c6eab2b26.vw.shawcable.net I remember the ” Tag der offenen Tuer in der Merrell Baracks” which I visited as a boy when I lived in Nuernberg. As well one of our Neighbors in Nuernberg was a High Officer ( General??)the house was rented by the USA Army for him and for the fist time in my life I ate a Hamburger on a Kaiserbun which he grilled for us Children. 40 years have passed but I still fondly remember those days when we where able to get into the display tanks and the soliders where very nice to us children.|
Thanks for the memories
|5) John Follett email@example.comLocation:|
Phenix City Al
|Thursday, 29. December 2005 19:58 Host: host-66-0-93-45.ctvea.net I was stationed at Merrell Barrackes from 1972 – 1974, I have a lot of pictures from that time.Sgt Gill:|
Hey John, I for one would like to see those photos. Why don’t you go through them and send some to the site.Macky:
I would like to see some of them photos too.Phil Tate:
I wish that I had taken some photos while over there, but I didn’t.
That’s the reason I like visiting the Ferris Barracks site. They don’t have any Merrell photos, but they do have a lot of the Nürnberg Photos. Brings back some old firstname.lastname@example.org:
hy, john i was there 72 to 74 if you could would like to see some. iwas 3rd -17fa. spand a lots of time in grad . there i was the one in the ceremoy that they use my head and hair to clean firing tube .we were on target. chico
|4) Roland Location:|
|Wednesday, 28. December 2005 09:05 Host: ACB11A25.ipt.aol.com . . . and this is a picture where I`m living now: in southern Bavaria.|
Herzlich willkommen Roland. Es ist schön einen Nürnberger an dieser Seite zu sehen!!!nessi email@example.com:
hallo ich bin von nuernberg und meiner tochter ihr vater war auch in the merrell barracks ich denke von 1967-1970 wir haben uns kennen gelernt in white horse das war eine diso in nuernberg ade
|3) Roland Location:|
|Wednesday, 28. December 2005 09:00 Host: ACB11A25.ipt.aol.com Hallo, I am a Nuernberg resisdent and say “Thank You for the friendly engagement”|
Auf Wiedersehen * Roland *
|2) john gillette firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
hudson, new york
|Saturday, 24. December 2005 09:43 Host: cache-dtc-ac05.proxy.aol.com i was stationed at merrell barracks at hhc 303rd maintenance bataalion from january 1972-july 1973. there were good times and there were bad times, i try to remember the good times. i always remember the good times at marios.|
|1) John Location:|
|Sunday, 18. December 2005 23:18 Host: adsl-80-24-218.bgk.bellsouth.net Merrell Barracks and the town of Nürnberg was a great part of my life. Did a lot of growing up there. I was really still a kid when I entered the Army. Learned quite a bit in my three years there.Eddie:|
I know what you mean John. I lived in Nürnberg for six years during the 1970s. Lived on Rollner Strasse just around the corner from the Tucher Brewery. Married a girl from there. Go back just about every year to visit her relatives.
That city is like a second home to me. Always look foward to going there.