476)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; FunWeb charles ( Bill ) Stracener bill_stracener@yahoo.comLocation:
Marked Tree, Arkansas
Sunday, 14. March 2010 21:37 IP:  I was stationed at montieth barracks from Sep. 67 to sep. 69, hq. co. 2/37th armor, red eye gunner platoon. Sure would like to hear from some of my old buddies, Steve Johnson from Maryland, Roger Gunn from indiana and any body that I have forgotten thier names. This is a great site, brings back old memories
475)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET C Robert Johnston Robster66@charter.netLocation:
Mount Vernon Illinois
Sunday, 14. March 2010 15:26 IP:  Stationed at Monteith Sept 1984. to July 1987. Kosta ran the Ranch. Had a blast there. Met my wife Andrea there. 
474)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2010 Randall Brown rbpexman@yahoo.comLocation:
Friday, 12. March 2010 05:32 Host:  E Co. 123rd MSB. 27N-FAAR Tech. Basically lived in the “Ranch” when off duty.
473)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/4.0; Orval Cutsinger cowboy5818@yahoo.comLocation:
Thursday, 11. March 2010 22:48 IP:  E Co 123rd MSB 85-88 Vulcan fixer spent alot of time in the ranch I was called Cowboy
472)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2010 Tim Troutman ttrout77@aol.comLocation:
Timonium, Md
Thursday, 11. March 2010 18:36 Host:  E co, 123rd SB ’87-’89
471)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6.4 bill cannon  Location:
Thursday, 11. March 2010 18:06 Host: Was at Monteith Barracks from July 1963 until June 1966. “B” Battery, 14th Artillery. Have been back many times to visit. In 1993 my wife, from Nuernberg, and daughter, born in Nuernberg Army hospital in 1965, and I visited the barracks, though closed. We slipped into “B” Battery quarters and have video of the barracks and especially the room I used for 1 1/2 years before I married in Nuernberg.
470)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; FunWeb THOMAS MCGEACHY TBM5@AOL.COMLocation:
469)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB0.0 Larry Claxton apamaint@hotmail.comLocation:
Anchorage Alaska
Saturday, 6. March 2010 19:32 IP:  Was in Bco. 501st S and t Bn. 73-74. Thanks for the memories. 
468)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6.4 Sherrie Tower sherrietower@verizon.netLocation:
Thursday, 18. February 2010 09:32 Host:  Hey everyone, Just found the page. I was stationed here in 1989-90 B. Co. Is the Ranch still there? Wow what time we had.
467)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; SLCC1; John Kapusta j.kapusta@comcast.netLocation:
Mendon, MA
Saturday, 13. February 2010 21:27 Host:  was stationed at Monteith 1972-74 first with the 501st Finance Company a proud meebr of Fred’s Heads Bolwing Team then went to work for the 1st AD IG Office Major Pollard was the office I worked with. Great times and many happy memeories of the place. Best dining facility ws the 7th Med BnAllan B Altschuler:
I remember someone from the 501st finance, as being quite a Christian taking people to services, Sunday nights, am I correct?
466)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6.4 jose martinez jose_mtz1962@yahoo.comLocation:
del rio,texas
Saturday, 13. February 2010 02:12 Host:  happy valentines day to all and to all with love from the bull.
465)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; WOW64; Trident/4.0; Cindi Zullo zullo.cindi@gmail.comLocation:
Friday, 12. February 2010 15:42 Host:  I was with 501st Finance 1976-1980. I remember all the good beer and wine. Love to hear from any of you that I was stationed with.
464)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; GTB6.4; .NET C Dominic Tierinn taurus427@comcast.netLocation:
Thursday, 11. February 2010 12:17 Host:  I was with the 126th maint from 1968-1971.rick pennick:
i was there from 4-68 to 4-70
worked in the warehouse and walked permanet guard duty
for 6 monthsTom Stalgaitis:
What section did you work in? I was there 68-70. HHQ&A
463)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Bill Walters bwalters@marylandzoo.orgLocation:
Tuesday, 2. February 2010 12:32 Host:  Hi, I was in 47th Med Bn. at Ft Hood Texas 1969-71. Anybody remember? Still in touch W/Gerald Kessler, but would like to catch up W/ Lee and Janie Camacho, and Richard Surber.
462)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; WOW64; Trident/4.0; Milos “Mike” Berich mberich@wi.rr.comLocation:
Waterford, WI
Monday, 1. February 2010 23:01 Host:  I was stationed in Montieth Barraks from 2 May 1961 to 8 Nov 1062. I was a member of Btry C, 4th MSL Bn, 57th Arty
Regt, 69th ADA. Anyone out there remember me?
461)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6.3 Shae *COY* Tozzo muscleshae@aol.comLocation:
Tuesday, 26. January 2010 09:07 Host:  I was stationed on Monteith from 1989 -1991..I went to the Persian Gulf with DMMC from HQ company 1AD..I worked for LTC Conners and CSM Font. I had a BLAST living in Germany and miss it some!
460)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2009 Rob Brown robbrown0511@gmail.comLocation:
Austin, Texas
Thursday, 21. January 2010 23:20 IP:  Was in D Co 123rd at Monteith from 88 to 91 assigned to 16th ENG Bn Contact team at Johnson Barracks. Would be cool to hear from anyone that was on that team or in D Co. at that time.tina kirk melendez:
Rob I wasn’t in D Co, but I lived in their barracks. I was good friends with Steve Brockman and Bill Hill. Do you remember them?Jules Varwig:
I was Bill Hill’s supervisor and we were good friends besides. I last talked to him last year some time and he told me he was moving to Illinois. Did Steve Brockman work in armament section?
459)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; GTB6.3; SLCC1; .NET Benita Villarreal gonzalezcba@sbcglobal.netLocation:
Thursday, 21. January 2010 09:41 IP:  I was stationed in Monteith from 87-89,HHC DISCOM worked for the S1.Great memories love to hear from you. 
458)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET C Rahn Sidebotham godaddyo10@yqhoo.comLocation:
Simi Valley, CA
Sunday, 17. January 2010 09:36 IP:  73-76 Hdq & A Co. 47th Medical Battalion. Best group of guys you’d ever want to run across. Been trying for years to locate my old Platoon Sgt. Doug Forsythe. Treated me like I was one of his sons.
457)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; FunWeb Larry Cummings larrylou32@netzero.netLocation:
Placentia, CA
Wednesday, 13. January 2010 14:11 Host:  Stationed at Monteith from Jul 60 to Sep 61, enjoyed most of that tour. Charlie’s Pigpen got a lot of my Marks for sure. Would like to hear from anyone in our unit.Donovan:
Larry..I was at Monteith some time after you, but I live in YL, work in Fullerton and went to High School in Placentia (as did my wife.. LOL) Go Tigers !!

PS admin guys..why always saying “invalid words” being used when I try to respond to a post?
456)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Rafael E. Garraton rgarraton@yahoo.comLocation:
Arlington, VA
Wednesday, 13. January 2010 13:47 Host:  Stationed in Montieth Barraks from 1987-1989. 69th Chemical Company, served as Recon Platoon Leader and Executive Officer. I have very fond memories from Montieth Barraks. I look forward to hear from anyone who can remember me. tina kirk melendez:
Hey Lt I remember you. You were always pretty cool. I also remember Lt Gonzalez, me and her shared the arms room as sleeping quarters alot in the field. You still in the army or did you get out?Tony Loyola:
Hey Rafael, This is Tony Loyola I was there from 86 to 88 in the motor pool . but your name does not sound familiar?William Spanky Spangler:
was you from elkins WV?
455)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2009 Lois Lane  Location:
North Carolina
Tuesday, 12. January 2010 01:09 Host: was in 69th chem can remember the day was driving in Furth and saw the license plate FU69 chased that car for about 4 hours wanted to steal that plate so bad hehehehe
454)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2009 Steven G Toquinto Sr. kb6hoh@comcast.netLocation:
Northern California
Monday, 11. January 2010 22:00 Host:  B Co 501 S/T 1973 – 1975
Also operated the Army MARS Station AE1EE as a Volunteer. Also looking for Dick Nakata who I believe was in A Co 501 S/T.
Happy New Year!
453)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2009 Carmen Gutierrez texasspirit55@aol.comLocation:
Texas City, Texas
Monday, 11. January 2010 19:49 Host:   At Monteith 1975-1977 141st Sig Support Plt
452)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 MICHAEL ELLISON sandyseyecandy@msn.comLocation:
loveland Co
Saturday, 9. January 2010 20:29 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith from 85 thru 88 Charlie Rock 123rd support. Commel. I had a great time, and loved the country and spending time at the ranch hope to here from my friends soon. 
451)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4 Steve Trykar strykar@socal.rr.comLocation:
Huntington Beach CA
Thursday, 7. January 2010 20:39 Host:  Tom Harris, hope all is well. Monteith Kassern. We made lemonade out of lemons. Miles Shiroma (the nip) had the vw.
Hope you are not still walking in your sleep.
Best memory assigned to audit the pay records, did not do a good job, we named our group the machy nichy’s.
Sargeant Fred Shulman, my hero, we named our bowling team, “Fred’s Heads” in keeping with the hash house with crumbling plaster where we resided. Long live Monteith.
450)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4 Dave Berdan coberd55@yahoo.comLocation:
Greeley, Colorado
Tuesday, 29. December 2009 15:34 Host:  This was my 1st assignment in the Army. Was with HHC 501st S&T and 1st AD DMMC 1973-1976. Retired from the Army in 1993 and now living and working in Colorado. Would love to hear from some of my old buds there. Take care DaveAllan B Altschuler:
Do you Remember, Hepner from Ft Collins, Co. or Lee from Pueblo, Co. ?Dave Berdan:
Allan, Hepner sounds familar but other than that no sorry.
449)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; FunWeb Jeff Reth Reth5@msn.comLocation:
Saturday, 19. December 2009 21:54 Host:  D co 82 to 87, then 89 to 91 16 th enginers mst Married Tina from the Monteith Ranch and still togeather after 25 years, Love to hear from anyone from Montheith.
448)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.1; AOLBuild 4334.5006; Window Lee Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod MA
Friday, 18. December 2009 07:36 Host:  I was at Monteith from 1960 to 1963 Co D 67th armor we had the only co. of the M103 heavy tank then later went to the M60 I was a driver then gunner on both the M103 was A trip. anybody out there left from delta drop a line we have a reunion coming up this fall.
447)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4. Johnnie P. Raney  Location:
Monday, 14. December 2009 13:35 Host: I was at Montieth Barracks from 63 to 65 , 4th Armored Divison . I was there when we changed from the 67th armor to the 37th armor . Was there when we changed from the Castro cap to the baseball cap . Was also there when the rank of Lance corproal came in . Was there when we changed from the M60 tank to the M60a1’s . …… Spc. 5 Raney(S/Sgt) Bruce Saenger:
From 1961-1963 I was assigned to the Third Platoon, B-Company, 2nd Med Tank Bat, 67th Armor as the driver of B-31. I was there when we traded our M-48s for the new M-60s!!
446)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; GTB0.0; SLCC1; .NET Allan B Altschuler calthrope@yahoo.comLocation:
Friday, 11. December 2009 22:55 Host:   the 501 MP’s had a small detachment circa 1972-1974, any body remember?LB Moermond:
I remember and was assigned to that detachment as a SP for a couple months during that time.Allan B Altschuler:
NCOIC SFC Edwards, Lt McCabe was the OfficerDave Berdan:
I .David Berdan:
I do rememeber them. I was a volunteer if can callll it that Security Patrolman there in 1975.
445)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET C Jack Williams shoto2758@msn.comLocation:
Tampa Florida
Friday, 11. December 2009 14:15 IP:  I was with C Company 141st Signal Batallion support Platoon 1976-1979. 
444)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB6.3; .NET CLR 1. chuck loso loso@en-tel.netLocation:
willmar minnesota
Thursday, 10. December 2009 21:16 Host:   Merry christmas and happy new year to all that servered in the 501st s&t battalion company b
443)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; FunWeb rick pennick j_jpennick@comcast.netLocation:
carnegie pa
Wednesday, 25. November 2009 01:22 Host:  
happy turkey day to all from the
442)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6; jose martinez jose_mtz1962@yahoo.comLocation:
del rio texas
Tuesday, 24. November 2009 23:21 Host:  happy turkey day my fellow monteith barrack amigos.all you people that can make it to del rio texas let me know i would like to talk about the old bygone days of thebest yearsof our lifes.william spanky spangler:
send me a drum stick and stuffin
441)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6; Dave Robins dcmerobins@msn.comLocation:
Thursday, 19. November 2009 12:02 Host:  Bco 501 S&T 11/81 to 6/83 4th truck
440)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB6; .NET CLR 1.1. Mike Gendron  Location:
Wednesday, 18. November 2009 21:59 Host: Does anyone know where Robert Mc Coy, Hq
123 Mt. Bn. (’76 to ’78)is?
439)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6; RUDY RAJMMRAJR@YAHOO.COMLocation:
Thursday, 12. November 2009 21:46 IP:  I WAS WITH 47TH MED BN IN 1971Jerry Wilson:
Rudy, did you know a guy Gary Mckowen in the amb. plt. in A co?
438)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 L B Moermond jkmoermond1@fuse.netLocation:
Bethel, Oh.
Wednesday, 11. November 2009 19:31 Host:  I was assigned to B Company 501st 3rd truck from 1971 to 1974. Remember
Ray Hodges
Eugene Williams
Dean Adams
Tom Hoffman
Bob Polish
Bob Hero”skip”:
Cool, your post finally got added. Hopefully a few 3rd truckers will check it out and respond.Ray Ga.:
how is it going L.B.this is from B.B. doing good i hope.Skip:
Ray, let us know how to get in touch with ya.LB:
my big brother ray. third truck has come back to life. send me an email.Tommy Anderson ( Andy):
Hi , how are you all? I was talking to Robert Dalton, he was thinking about trying to set up a minny reunion for the old bunch, sounds good . Andy
437)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 Bruce Ward brownspringsbru@yahoo.comLocation:
Sunday, 18. October 2009 21:16 IP:  Bill Donovan , seems to me we had some good times in futh,
I’ve got a picture of you thronging a Frisbee out side of 47th Med in the summer 0f 76. I wish I had my eyes open to the future and not so much the present at that time,My loss,.william dean spangler:
just keep goin forward and do the right thing it will get better. Spanky and 69th chem. Monteith 86-88Donovan:
Bruce, We had great times !!! Those were the times of our lives to NOT think about the future, I think. Besides, thinking about it rarely changes it, Bro..Donovan:
things will get better, hang in, Bud !! Still have my contact? Drop me a line, we can talk..Donovan:
and lemme see that picture LOLOLMike Alicea:
Miguel (Mike) Alicea
Delta Dog 47TH Med, 76-79
Those were the best times
I’ve ever had! Life is good, no regrets. Wish you all the best.Bruce:
Good to hear from ya Bill, I’ll send it to your packbell address.
Thanks for the support but ya just don’t know what ya got till it’s gone. 30+ years gone lol
436)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Jeff confidential_mail@ymail.comLocation:
Tuesday, 13. October 2009 11:05 Host:  47th Medical Bn. 71-73 Monteith BarracksRemember any of these people?LTC Buell
CPT Churchill
CPT Kanaly
Lt Hamilton
LT Moody
1SG Reyer
SFC Kish
SSG Ross
SGT Soper
SGT Stewart
Paul Martin
Howard Tonahill
Dan Griggs
John Price
Gary FranklinJust to mention a few…allan /nd:
was Lt/Capt Churchill a long distance runner, who jogged with a great dane?Jerry:
The Long distance runner was Capt. Scott L Taylor. He also went in the Olympics.dannie menefee:
my name is dannie menefee i was a mechanic in b co. 47th med from 1971 to january 1974 i remeber griggs he was a generator mechanic in hq&a co smoked my first bowl of hash with him
435)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2009 Bill Donovan donfinsv@pacbell.netLocation:
Orange County, CA
Saturday, 3. October 2009 22:34 Host:  There is a new page on Facebook for the Nurnberg Military Community, be great to see a bunch of Monteith people there.. 
Can’t leave a link on here, but just search the “organizations-general”
434)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET C Stephen Vadorsky vadorsky2@bellsouth.netLocation:
Birmingham, Alabama
Sunday, 27. September 2009 09:03 Host:  My wife Dianne and I were in Support Platoon, Charley Company, 141st Signal Batallion. I was there from Nov. 74 til March 76. Yes, I married my old army buddy and we are still married. Great site.JIM ROBINSON:
Hey Steve I was at Monteith 64-67,4th AD 2/14th F/A HQ CO.I live in Cullman Al.My name is Jim Robinson,my e-mail add is listed a few pages backPat (Lynch) Nelson:
Hey Steve,
Did you have a motorcycle with a side car and live in the house right outside the base? Your wingman was Kenny?Stephen Vadorsky:
Hey Pat,
No motor cycles, but that was a convenient house wasn’t it? I saw Kenny a couple of years ago when I was in Pittsburg. He hasn’t changed a bit, just older. I guess we are the only Support Platoon folks on this site. How are you?
433)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; FunWebProducts; GTB Louvenia Duncan lduncan824@yahoo.comLocation:
United States
Saturday, 26. September 2009 19:14 Host:  Hi, I was stationed at Monteith Barracks in 1979-1981 with 240th S&S Company.I would like to find 2 people: Regina Linnear and Anthony Edwards who were stationed at Monteith at the same time 1979 -1981. If anyone knows their whereabouts, tell them Louvenia Duncan would very much like to hear from them. 
432)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; GTB6; Ray Moore raymor@neo.rr.comLocation:
Canton, Ohio
Friday, 25. September 2009 14:52 Host:  I was in “A” Company of the 169th Infantry Regiment 43rd division. I left Monteith Barracks in February 1953. Before I left I sold my 1934 Ford Rheinland Kabrolet. I had a webpage trying to locate it and see if it still exists. I sold it to another soldier on base. Does anyone remember this car or know anything about it? I will post a photo on the photo site.ThanksRay Moore:
I attempted to post a photo but it never happened. If you remember this car and who might have bought it from me,email me and I will send you a photoRay Moore:
The photos are on the photo site now.
431)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; GTB6; Johnnie P. Raney  Location:
Thursday, 24. September 2009 15:35 Host: Spc. 5 Raney . I was at monteith from 63 till 65 . A co. 2 / 37 armor . In 63 I drove my tank off the T C P C course . DAMMMM . In 65 I was a gunner . TOP GUN at graf. score of 2130 . When I ratated home that score was still at the top ! I have a clipping from the stars and strippes . I have several good pic’s . Gonna try and get then into this site
A S A P . Well , take care now …..Jim Spence:
Johnnie I was in C Company at the same time and I would like to speak to you.Jim SpencePetra Gilmore:
Hi Johnnie, where are the photos? My husband, Lt. Gilmore, might be on one of them.
Petra GilmoreJohn Callahan:
I was in B Co from 62-65 and Lt Gilmore was there at the same time. You can contact me about him.Petra Gilmore:
John Callahan: how do I get your e-mail address?
Petra GilmoreJohn Callahan:
look for my name on facebook
430)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; Carol Love clovewahlberg@yahoo.comLocation:
Sunday, 20. September 2009 09:52 Host:  I am looking for Jon Primeau. He was stationed with me at Monteith Barracks 76 – 78 and anyone else from that time period. Shawn Tierney, Mike Gendron, Sandy Nielson. Please drop me a line if anyone knows their emails etc.Thanks
429)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; GTB6; monteith now  Location:
Saturday, 19. September 2009 10:33 Host: hi,
we live in the area where monteith barracks were, since january 2009.
does anyone visit this place, who was stationed here?? tell us in this guestbook, perhaps you could drink a coffee with us…john sines ( jcsines@yah:
I was there in 1967 to 1969,so maybe you can help me .im looking for the address of the main PX in furth. im trying too get a unit crest for the 126 maint battalion whitch was deactavated in 1971 my email is thank for the helpwilliam dean spangler:
Hey I still live here IM bill spangler I was in 69th chem and123 spt balt from 86till89 I live in eibach Im on post 3 or 4 times ayear I also know what things were back in the day. phone 0911 490-8622wds ?:
jan. 09 ?Pina Russolillo:
hi bill,
I am or was the pizza girl in the pizza place in front of the main entrance of Monteith, pizzeria americana. I also live in Eibach, wow! I don’t remember you, but maybe you used to come over to have pizza, who knows??Bill sanky Spangler:
Hi pina all I remember is the two sisters the brother mama and papa are ya the older sister or younger? because I remember both of ya. I live on the heide str.25a in eibach.Two very ladys pretty ladys you all were. And Spangler is my last name. Love too hear some more from ya P.S. the pizza’s were Great!
428)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB6; FunWebProduct Lanora Martin lanora.matter@danahertool.comLocation:
Friday, 18. September 2009 12:52 IP:  I was stationed at Monteith originally from 1983-1984 then ACO 1st Armored Division, then moved to Erlangen 1984-1986 2nd Battalion , 1st Armored Division!!
427)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; Carol Love clovewahlberg@yahoo.comLocation:
Saturday, 12. September 2009 07:51 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith from 1976 – 1978 at the 123rd.
426)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; GTB6; Tony Mckenzie tony0462@dslextreme.comLocation:
Rosamond, California
Friday, 11. September 2009 07:57 Host:  I was stationed at monteith “B” company 47th med BN, 1981-1982. Have so many great memories. I actually liked GRAF! I had a few good friends I lost touch with, James Edward, Sherryl King,Thomas,leslie ,Joanne Griego,Bridgett Starbuck, Belinda jeffries, William Osborne and a lot more. If any of you ever come across this site , or anyone remember me , was part of 47th med during this time,please drop me an email
425)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.1; AOLBuild 4334.5003; Window Leon Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod MA
Sunday, 6. September 2009 07:18 Host:  Anyone out there left from Delta Co 67th armor 4th armor division 1960 to 1963 we had the M103 heavy tank and later went to th M60
424)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Stiverson  Location:
Friday, 4. September 2009 21:49 Host: Was in C Co.123rd MSB 88 – 91
Commel PlatoonRef: Post 46Preston, are you still out there. 
423)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB6; .NET CLR 1.1. David Burch burchdb@sbcglobal.netLocation:
United States
Thursday, 3. September 2009 13:10 Host:  I was in 1st squad, 1st platoon, Abel Co. 39th Inf. from late 53 to May 56.Made PFC three times due to extended visits to Annie’s Gasthaus in Furth.  Article 15 ya know, but better than the 7727 at Augsburg Many fond memories, especially our reward trip to Nice to take part in the 10th anniversary of the landings in Southern France.Kinda miss those early morning alerts though 
422)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; John “Skip” Ables skipables@excite.comLocation:
Wednesday, 2. September 2009 14:04 IP:  Just reposting to see if anyone from “B” Co. 501st S&T 1971-1973 ever sign on.Ray ga.:
skip tryed to e-mail 2 times today. let me know if you got them
421)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; M Casey Brwaterdogs@aol.comLocation:
Tuesday, 1. September 2009 21:38 IP:  C CO 123rd/4sb 1st ad 86-91 charlie rockw d spangler:
whats up marty ive been tryin to get ahold of ya ? spankspanky:
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420)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; FunWebProducts; .NE   JohnSines jcsines@yahoo.comLocation:
Zanesville Ohio
Monday, 31. August 2009 22:54 Host:  my name is John Sines I was in HQ &A CO.126 MAINT BATTION Furth Germany in the years of 1967 too 1969 I knew ssg Shulka , ssg Bell , LT Shoop ssg Greenlee . played fastpitch softball for LT Shoop he pitched and I cought . played baskitball for ssg Bell. went to ssg Shulka,s house to eat denner a couple of times . Ran around with Wesley Finder , Dennis Mullins , Earl Muppon ssg Greenlee tooname a few. give me a shout if you remmber any of them or me well be glad to hear from any one from 126rick pennick:
hey john how you doing i remember you i’m from outside pgh. i was there from 68-70
have a pic of you, earl, greenleyTom Stalgaitis:
John, I was at Monteith 68-70. Worked in TSO/Supply Mgmt upstairs in the warehouse. Played basketball for the 126th then with the 4th AD team and the Bamberg Barons.Knew Shulka well, went to Greece Operation Olympic Express with him.Al Pittsinger:
John,Just found your note on Jim Hallett. He was from Reeders PA at that time.I think it is up north east PA. near the Pocono’s. There are a lot of ski resorts in that area. Don’t have a phone or address, just name and town in my address book from Germany.George Hock was from Bloomsburg PA.I think he left in 69 also.I talked to him once on my way to NY in 1970 or 71. Said he didn’t remember anyone from that time except little Jake.They were TDY in Bamberg their whole tour.I found my copy of expert rifle badge qualifing scores from Nov 25 1968. You are listed on the front as scoring 81.I shot a 78,minium for expert was 75.There are a lot of names I remember on that list,but putting a face on them is impossible.I spent 30 years with Coca Cola. We used to get all our caned products from Mid-Atlantic canners from Zanesville.Hey Rick, I still haven’t found my pictures yet.I will keep looking.rick pennick:
john did you get the pics i sent youAl Pittsinger:
John, Glad you got the pics. I can’t put a face on Wesley Finder.Maybe someone has a pic of him they could send me.We had so many different departments back then, if you didn’t work with someone or share a room with him ,you knew the face but probably not the name.I spent a lot of time on the road,courier runs,parts runs,payroll runs,trips to Graf,driving the CO where ever he wanted to go.I had it figured out before I left Germany that I drove over 100,000 miles in the 2 1/2 years I was over there.Seems like the only time I was at Montieth for an extended period of time was when Rick and I walked permanent guard duty together.Did the qualification paper come through okay?
419)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; SLCC1; Patricia Tess Jones Marroquin anttes@msn.comLocation:
west virginia
Friday, 28. August 2009 17:02 Host:  i was at montieth barracks from 82 to 84. hhc, dmmc. great great times!! i seen someone mentioned Lucky’s. i had the greatest t-shirt from there. (my ex-husband stole it)
418)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:1.8.1) Gecko Roy G McGruther rgm.livonia@gmail.comLocation:
Livonia, Michigan
Sunday, 23. August 2009 15:15 Host:  Hello everyone – Great Site, Wish I had known about this sooner. Sorry to see that the old place we all shared is no more! Was stationed there June 61 – August 64 with 2nd How. Batt. 14th Arty. Started in HQ FDC and ended in charge of C Batty FDC. Many, many great times and a few sad ones too. Am now retired from Detroit PD, Crime Lab – Firearms ID & Bomb Disposal. Now, I’m just a professional patient, going from doctor to doctor & making them richer. Hope all is well with all of my old friends from so long ago:Fred Parker, Buck Hughes, Gordy Eason, & a whole bunch more. God bless all & take good care of yourselves.charlie brown:
I was in C Btry Nov 1960 till Mar 1963. Had some good duty as Battery Clerk. I believe 1st Welch was still there when i left and Hulse was the CO.John Callahan:
did you know the 14th Arty has their own website?? Check it outCharlie Brown:
I’ve seen the site and a buddy from “A” Btry (Joe Moehrle) put some photos on there. I’m the guy standing by the jeep in one of them and standing by the “pass box” in “C” Btry orderly room in another. All of the the other are of Joe.
417)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X 10_4_11; en) AppleWebKit/531.9 Jim Miller mrjamescmiller@yahoo.comLocation:
Portland, Oregon
Thursday, 20. August 2009 17:46 IP:  I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1971-1972.
I played alto saxophone in The 1st AD Band. If anyone out there remembers me, please send me a line. I would love to hear from you. Those were the days my friends. Some day I will visit the old town again, looking for friendly ghosts and fond memories.
416)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB5; .NET CLR 2.0. Frank Giordano themick828@cox.netLocation:
Las Vegas, Nv
Tuesday, 18. August 2009 12:09 Host:  Stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1955-1956, with B Co, 39th inf. 9th div.
Hoping to hear from buddies that were there at the same time.Have pictures of Buddies, Montieth and Furth area.
415)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Allan B Altschuler calthrope@yahoo.comLocation:
North Dakota
Thursday, 13. August 2009 18:09 Host:   I arrived at Monteith Barracks when Lt Oberlander was CO of 47 med Co C, then Capt Caskey.1st Sgt Waller was replaced by a mild mannered 1st Sgt{no glasses} Sorg and Puma talked about going to medical school.A Joe Pearsall….some pronounced it Pershell……was some type of ASA….any way I remember somethingsJoe Pearsall:
Allan, I remember you well and was wondering how long it would take you to find this web site; you and I arrived at Monteith together from Sam Houston; You remember the guys in the barracks taking us downtown our very first night and leaving us; we had no money and didn’t have a clue as to where we were or how to get back to Monteith; I left Monteith Aug ’74 to return to Oklahoma to go to school; let me hear back from youJoe Pearsall:
Allan, yes I had been in the ASA at Ft Devens so you have a great memory
414)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6; Al Pittsinger apitts17@aol.comLocation:
Ashville , PA
Monday, 10. August 2009 13:46 Host:  It’s about time a couple new 126th Maint. people show up here.I remember Col. Boy. He had 2 polished brass 105 shells with polished turned aluminum projectiles in his office. One on either end of his desk. I was Capt. Martin’s driver. He was the CO of HQ&A Co from Aug. 67 till some time in late 68 to early 69 when he went to RVN. We (A Co )were in Crailsheim when you left for Nam. We moved to Montieth later in 68 to all be one big happy family.Rick Pennick lives near Pittsburgh(Carnegie).He was here at Montieth when I was.He is on this site also. Was Sgt Moore your 1st Sgt. at that time?Art Paulus:
What do ya know. Al, Rick, I live in Findly twp near the airport. Rick, we ought to get together for a brew!! I just tried to send an e-mail to Paul Krause but it was rejected by the mail server. I must be getting old because I don’t remembe Sgt Moore. Of course being in Bn HQ, I didn’t spend much time in A Company. If you get a chance, send me a note. My e-mail is art7457@gmail.comArt:
Al, do you remember rebuilding Col Boy’s jeep?? You guys put doors on it with big round brass doorknobs. First time I I drove for the Col in that jeep, they got stolen. What a bitch. He was pretty good about it though.Paul Krause:
Hi Al.I can’t remember you, but glad to hear from you. Here are some names that worked in the Supply Section. Sfc Bixler, SSG Shulka, Lt McCain, Cpt Folcek (SP).Left in 1970 and went to Vietnam. Made a career, retired in 1984. Live in North Carolina.If I can remember any more named, will post. Just remember, Ltc Dolfie, Mag Pitt,Lt Bodreau.Al Pittsinger:
Hi, Rick, Art, Paul.I didn’t work on the Col’s jeep. May have been before I moved to Montieth from Crailsheim.Here’s a couple more names to think about,Sgt. Sanders, married to a German lady and had 2 beautiful young daughters. Sgt Ricklef,was the motor sgt. for a while. Dennis Finley, Paul Cronin,Phil Iacolino, Alan Moder.Anyone remember a Lt. Deitch?? Would have been there in mid 1970 for a few months till he transfered out.I met him about 3 years ago at a S.S. hearing. He is the first person I have met in 39 years that was in the 126th. There were more peolpe from PA. in the 126th than from any other state except CA. Where have they all gone? Rick,Art, you guys let me know if you ae getting together,I am only 2 hrs. away.rick:
i remember sgt moore, little chubby guy he had a 357 chevy motor ordered for his chevy
i remember shulka boudro and lt clayborn.
art marada golf course is i used to golf there all the time until they sold it i know some people in findly twp
name is john bugayrick:
you can try
for nurnberg military group i have a site thereTom Stalgaitis:
Hey guys, Aside from myself and Al and the names Paul Krause wrote there were also John Jacyno and Charlie desmond there around 68-70. The Capt’s name Paul couldn’t spell was Fousek and the LT in charge of the TSO office where I wokked was Tim McLain. Also in the TSO office were SSG Leroy Williams, SFC Wes Carpenter, SSG Turkali. My roomies were Gerry Fluty from Oregon, Bill Smith from Missouri and Ken Jackson from CA.AL P.:
Hi Tom, Hey Rick Sgt Moore was more than a little chubby. I remember the mess sgt had a bright red 65-66 Impala that always was parked in front of the mess hall so he could keep an eye on it.Does anyone still like powdered milk or eggs? That 1 summer it was like all the chickens died and the cows dried up.AL:
Back then you didn’t have long to wait for a 327 motor. Don’t you remember the M113 APC’s? That’s the motor they had in them. A lot of POV’s had OD green motors in them. :-)john sines:
hey al do you remmber jim hallite. I think that he rotated in 1968 he was from PA.his famleh had a sky resort some place in PA.john sines:
Al got your pictures today , sure brings back memories. al do you remmber Wesley Finder, he passed away in 1996 or 1997 cant remmber witch, was down there in FL. liveing there thenlived 15 years in fl.came back to ohio to live in 1998.hey got your email now you will be hearing from me your friend Johnjohn sines:
al , no the papers came through all fuzzie so i sent you my home adress if thats ok. thanks for the info. on hallett ill get on the computer and see if i can find him. your friend john
413)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; GTB6; Art Paulus art7457@gmail.comLocation:
Pittsburgh Pa
Monday, 10. August 2009 02:25 Host:  Just stumbled on this site. Wow, did it ever bring back some great memories!! I was stationed with Bn Hq 126th Mt Bn during late 1966 to approx April of 68 when I got levied to RVN. When I first arrived at the 126th, HQ was still located in Schwabisch Hall. Hq was then moved to Montieth. I worked in the Material Office as a clerk and later was served as Col Driver and then the S-2 Clerk. Some of the names I remember are a guy by the name of Oberman, he was the BN S-1 Clerk. He was from Idaho Falls if I remember correctly. Also, there was Maj Pitt, LTC Boy. Let me know if any of this rings a bell with yourick pennick:
what part of pittsburgh you from. art
i’m in carnegie areajohn sines ( jcsines@yah:
art my name is john sines. i wasthere in 1976 to 1969 workes in the warehouse. thought id through a couple of names in for you to remmber norman greenley, dennis mullens earl muppons rick pennick or wesley fender.glad to hear from all of you guys. my email is
412)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; GTB6; SLCC1; .NET C David Bradley bradfam@wcnet.orgLocation:
Bowling Green, Ohio.
Sunday, 9. August 2009 19:18 Host:  I was in HQ&”A” Company, 126th Maint Bn in Monteith from April 1970, until Feb 1972. For a time, I worked 3rd shift, repairing field radios. We would sneek under the fence, to get a beer at the Guest House that was located just a half mile from the main gate. Spent alot of time in the field (Graf), with Gary Boland, and Ed Swendiner. Great memories!
411)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; FunWeb Paula Faria Burrus paulaburrus@clearwire.netLocation:
Saturday, 8. August 2009 23:38 IP:   Wanted to find old friends that were stationed in B Co. 123rd support BN. around 88-91. Some names are noblin, marquez, valdez, storm, shnook. I would like to find these people for my husband he was also there in 88-91. His name is Burrus, Calvin, he went by stretch. Thanks!! get a hold of me please.
410)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 Tonya Gauthier-Kellum tkllum@gmail.comLocation:
Saturday, 8. August 2009 19:43 IP:  Hey everyone was in F Company from 87-89. Hey Tina see you found this place I have posted here in the past so kewl to see you here girl.wiliam spangler:
hi tonya i remember ya i was in 69th and good freinds withyou old boyfreind also paco tony eric boogie nice pic we found in the the dumpster pretty kinky! william spanky spangler 69th chem.
409)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US) AppleWebKit/530.5 (KHT Bill (DOC) Maddock wpwilliam87@gmail.comLocation:
Wednesday, 29. July 2009 21:00 Host:  I was in the amb. plt with D Co.from8-78
to12-80.It was a really good time other than going to Graf Honfels and the rest.
but then I would have met some of the best people in the world.
I was trying to find a few people I knew
while I was there: Elaine Higgins,Caroline
Marshal,Calvin Key Bob Phipps to name a few.
If anyone can give an assist that would be cool.
thanks seeya in the funnypapers
Bill maddock from boston  
408)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6; tina kirk melendez tinamelendez36@yahoo.comLocation:
cleveland, ohio
Wednesday, 29. July 2009 19:16 Host:  Wow this is a great site. It brought back a lot of memories. Lots of familiar names. Had lots of fun times at 69th Chemical.jorge Morel:
Hi tina (kirky) i’m still in Germany. to answer your question, SFC Mainor and i were stationed in 84th CM BN in 2002. when i left there in 2005 he was still there. look him up on usarmytogetherweserved if you go to my profile, Palmer, Isham, Cherry, Mainor, and some other oldtimes are on there.
407)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; Media Center PC 3.0 Robert L Davison duchessblu@msn.comLocation:
Colville, WA
Wednesday, 29. July 2009 17:24 IP:  I was stationed at Monteith in 65-67 Battery Clerk in “A” Battery 2nd Bn 14th Arty under Top Chepeus and Cpt. Darrow.
406)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 Jim Shockency drshock@rcn.comLocation:
Easton, PA
Tuesday, 28. July 2009 18:02 IP:  I served in Det. C, 504th S&T at Monteith Barracks from Aug. ’68 to Apr. ’70. Anyone who was there at that time is welcome to contact me. Had a lot of fun at the pool in Furth and at the “Wall” in Nurnberg.
405)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET Gene A Ray GE5919@aol.comLocation:
Lawton Oklahoma
Monday, 13. July 2009 14:48 Host:  I found out about this page thru Leon Mangano. Thanks Lee . I was at monteith bks from march 1960 to july 1964. I was with CoD,2nd M.T.B. 67th Armor and co B,2nd,Bn, 37th Armor. Iwould like to hear from anyone that was there and knew me. ray:
looking for Cuevas, Romon?
@Trujillo, Jose
404)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; FunWeb Keith Gough k.gough10@comcast.netLocation:
New Jersey
Monday, 13. July 2009 06:27 Host:  Hi,
Anyone from A co.501st S&T Btn from 1976-1979?
403)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9.1) Gecko/200906 Bill Donovan donfinsv@pacbell.netLocation:
Orange Counry, CA
Friday, 10. July 2009 10:41 Host:  C Co, 47th 75~77 Head And A, 47th 77~79
Joe Pearsall:
I left C Co 47th Med in Aug 1974; who all was there when you arrived in 1975? who was the CO, XO, and 1SGT?Donovan:
damn sure remember 1sgt Shuett,can’t remember the CO’s name…brown hair, glasses…seemed like we went through like 5 LT’s in a couple of years loldonovan:
My first roomie was named Greg Sorg, I think..he would have been with you.Joe:
Yes I remember Greg; he bought my fiat when I went back to the states; he had been wanting to go to medical school back in Pa when he got out of the army; at the time I left he worked in the orderly room and basically ran the unit; I think my CO was a Major Caskey;Donovan:
CPT Caskey that was the CO !!!
Exactly.. good memory :-)Donovan:
The BEST XO we had was Steve Inkelbarger…If you’re out there..I OWE you Eltee..thank youJoe:
I was almost sure that CPT Caskey had been promoted while I was still there but maybe not; I think our 1Sgt was Tollie Waller; that is a name I wouldn’t forget; does that ring a bell?Donovan:
naw, the First Sgt was 1SGT Schuett… ya NEVER forget the Top , ya know ? LOL
402)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; SLCC1; Mike Alicea dogsofwar87@hotmail.comLocation:
Thursday, 9. July 2009 11:40 Host:  D Co. 47TH Med. 76- 79Donovan:
Mike..We HAD to know each other, you lived downstairs for three years :-)
i was dave grahams room mate + was in the amb. plt. from 6-78/12-80.
i remember you were in clearing plt.
do you remember roger holman,hickey,scott,and elaine higgins.
how about some of the trips to
those vacation spots graf and hoensfeld?
lets here from you==
bill”doc” from boston
401)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6; David Hawkins davehawk1701@gmail.comLocation:
Tuesday, 7. July 2009 19:14 Host:  Anyone from 47th Med 77 78 79Donovan:
look up ^ a coupla posts 🙂
400)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Al Castaneda acastaneda44152@roadrunner.comLocation:
Thursday, 2. July 2009 17:01 Host:  Stationed with 144th Signal Battallion from 1969-1971 SGT. CASTANEDA anybody out there email me. I like to hear how you are doing after all these years.
399)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; GTB6; SLCC1; .NET C JEFF cjjeme@yahoo.comLocation:
Sunday, 28. June 2009 06:33 Host:  Was stationed at Montheith in 82-83. Ended up there by mistake, but was a great place to be. Had many wild nights at Connie’s, Lucky’s Golden Ancor and Rock concerts. Good people military and German.Tess:
been to luckys!! the memories. great times. was there about the same time as you, what unit were you with?
398)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 Chuck Rothy copsbcr@cs.comLocation:
Thursday, 25. June 2009 22:24 Host:  We need more pictures being posted! Spanky Spangler:
hey chuck heres spank I sent Tony some pic;s of monteith 5 or 6 mon,s ago he posted some You know I still live here ( still waitin on my orders) But look for monteith recon struction If I spelled it right they started too rebuild monteith it hasent reach 69th yet a I know but the place has change so much it’s amost heart breakin. If your e-mail is there ill send the pic’s what i sent Tony Spanky William Dean Spangler
397)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 Bill Donovan  Location:
Orange County, CA
Wednesday, 24. June 2009 10:40 Host: So ….anyone out there from 47th Med from the 70’s? Time sure does fly, doesn’t it?
 Joe Pearsall:
C Co 47 Med from 1972 to 1974dannie menefee:
danny menefee i was in the 47th med B company from 1971 to 1974
396)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6; Chris Herbert themadhoofer@gmail.comLocation:
Northern Michigan
Monday, 22. June 2009 11:50 IP:  Hey Joe Martinez,
Chris Herbert here, Monteith 84-85 501st S&Tjose martinez:
hey christ what up?help me remember you my friend.i probably met you at the ranch or you were a computer operater.hey life has been good to me but i miss the life at monteith.i should of stayed another year there but i probrably would have gotten an artictle to many fights at theranch.take care e-mail me or let me know how life is in michigan.texas is great fishing and swimming year round.all you people from the 85 to 89should come down to lake amistad for a good texas cookout with some fajitas and cabreto.take care god bless.jose martinez:
hey,chris herbert check facebook i got a newpictuer of me, i will try and get 1985 picture later.hey:
all of you guys at the 501st seemed to want to fight alot! haha
395)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Doris Cavalletti Dorisc@housing.ufl.eduLocation:
Thursday, 18. June 2009 14:51 Host:  Hey, I’m looking for a Missy Rodriguez. She was black and he was, I guess spanish. He was stationed at Montheith and I belive he was D co 123rd support B. He was also a Mason. 87-90. I’m german and was dating my husband back then, I was babysitting Missy’s 3 kids for a wile. She had one 5 y. old boy. his name was Markes and 2 younger girls. I used to bring my 4 y. Son Nicholas with me to babysitt. The 2 girls were so addorable. I would braid and play with their hair all day. Rodriguez was mean as a snake and the last time I babysitt, he came home and beat the living daylights out of the boy for no reason at all. I probally should called the police back then. I often think about those kids and what ever happend to them. If Markes is reading this: I’m sorry that I did not intervened. I never experineced someone beating a child and I wish I would reverse time. I surely would have stoped it somehow.
If you out there plese contact me. I would love to hear from you and I pray that you are all ok
394)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; GTB6; SLCC1; .NET C David Robinson brinkly_2000@yahoo.comLocation:
Mount Dora, Florida
Saturday, 13. June 2009 22:22 Host:  Dco 123rd Support battalion Dec ’87 – June ’91 Primary 45 L(Artillery Repair) Secondary 19e (Armor Crewman) Armament SectionDarrin Cavalletti:
D co 123rd supp. batal. 85-90
mechanic- fixed anything.
Hope anyone remembers me.
Flglenn whitt:
hey david i was with you on the “a team” drop me an email.glenn whitt:
hykdaddy@yahoo.comtina kirk melendez:
Hey David didn’t you date my roommate, Susan cant remember her last name.
393)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB6; .NET Leon Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod MA
Friday, 12. June 2009 15:59 Host:  Any body out there from Delta Co. 67 Armor 4th Armor Division from 1960 to 1963 Monteith Barracks any body rember winter shield 11 cold cold and cold we had the M103 heavy 120mm tank them went to the M60 105mm that was like a cady compared to the M103 Looking for Gene A Ray from Oklahoma or Price Mc Farlan Sgt Vigal they were my crew on D 23.or any one else from that era.Gene A. Ray E-mail GE591:
I am still supprised and schocked that you were looking for me. It was certainly good to hear from you . The 67th was deactivated and the 2nd /37th took over . I remained at monteith in coB/2nd Bn/37th armor until july 64. I spent a total of 4 1/2 years there. Mar 60-jul64. Gene A. Ray
392)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBuild 4337.29; Windows Gary Boland (Cape Crusader) garyb268@aol.comLocation:
Las Vegas
Tuesday, 2. June 2009 18:58 Host:  What a great time in my life 1969 to 1972 great friends Gerry Gamgil, Dave Bradly, Swingdinger, the support trips to Furth General Patton Visits, what a time anyone remembers me drop me a line
391)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 Diana dsherm3@charter.netLocation:
Sunday, 31. May 2009 22:48 IP:  My father was in the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, who had the motto “Brave Rifles”. He was at Monteith Barracks in 1957-early 1958. His name is William and he went by Bill or Billy. He was dating my mom at the time. She is a native of Nuremberg who was working in Dambach. Her name is Hannelore, Honey, and had long red hair. If anyone remembers them, I would appreciate hearing from you.
390)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB6; .NET CLR 1.1. Al Pittsinger apitts17@aol.comLocation:
Ashville , Pa.
Monday, 25. May 2009 05:10 Host:  Happy Memorial Day to all our veterans and God Bless our Troops where ever they may be stationed.
389)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727) larry cummings larrylou32@netzero.netLocation:
Wednesday, 20. May 2009 11:18 Host:  Of course 1960-61 
388)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727) larry cummings larrylou32@netzero.netLocation:
Monday, 18. May 2009 12:59 Host:  At Monteith Barracks 2960-61, Hq Btry, 2nd How Bn, 14th Arty. Trying to locate Earl Edwards
387)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; Mozill william dean spangler wdsarmy@aol.comLocation:
Monday, 18. May 2009 07:02 Host:  C.co123Spt.- 69th Chem.Co: 86-88 I just want too let all the people know that has servered on monteith, that it was a true honour too be in a group of people that were so apart from each other in the begining and so close in the end no matter if you was white,black,brown In the end it did’t matter. Of course thier were dirtbags that did’nt fit in, they did’nt want too.So they made life hard on them selves.But the many of us, That did or job and now think back, We can say too other poaple Ya. Been there, done that! And with pride. If you want to see photo’s of monteith today and yesteryear try it’s german web site. and than type in monteith barracks. Then you will see when you scroll down monteith barracks-furthwiki. Click there. at the bottem of the page you will find photo’s in eng. So please send me a E-mail if you know me or not maybe I know you. Who Know’s SPANKYjose mtz:
spanky mysecond home was at the ranch.i was always there playing pool and of course i had some misunderstanding there but the owner never kicked meout of that bar,does any body have pics. of inside the place send to me jose martinezSpanky Spangler:
Sorry bro, I dont have no pic’s but the owns name was Kosta. He was greek and now it’s china restrant. But I will asked some of my freinds if maybe they have some pic’s for ya. How’s that buddy.tina kirk melendez:
which one was the ranch. I have pics from the one across the street. also I was in 69th from jan 88 to feb 90. Spangler sounds familiar, what platoon were you in?Jorge Morel:
ehy Spanky, iremember you. TC worked on that ford escort i had that was always INOP. Harper and i were good friends. i seen Duke in FT Leonard Wood in 2002.Are you still in germany? I’m in Graf.Spanky spangler:
Hi tina I remember ya and when your sister came too visit I was in maint. plt. You wrote that smalley liked your sister? Smalley liked everybodys sister
I think you were in supply and you was in another barracks but im not sure.I would like too see some pics of ya and your family or from the old days im still in touch with some of the old crew. So until then take care. Spanky
386)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; FunWebProducts) Tommy Perkins tomperkins68@yahoo.comLocation:
Saturday, 16. May 2009 01:16 IP:  77-78,hq&A company, 123rd,rember hawkin, killer(chism),shorty red hap, bulter, mckinse,and sp5 bay to name a few, anyone out there rember e,mail me. 
385)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) chuck loso loso@en-tel.netLocation:
Thursday, 14. May 2009 21:48 Host:  let here from any one in co.b 501sant from 1973 to 1977 or any dune buggy ravers I was number 17H. Turcotte:
I was number 17jr in 74, 14jr in 75 and 76. I’ll send a pic.Jim Hitt:
chuck, Thi is Jim hitt, i was a mech. in B Co. 501st 1974-1975 from mn too, Do you remember Rob stone(still hear from him), Mark runge, Shorty Mn,Their are others I remember too…Still live up by St. Joe?John “Skip” Ables (Ky):
I was with “B Co.” from 71 to Jan.73. Assigned to 3rd truck. Billy Picklesimer was our Sgt. a short guy with flaming red hair and temper. I knew a Shorty while I was there too. Also Willy Williams and John “LB” Moermond (he drove the mail truck. Risbon was the 1st Sgt. but I think he got promoted and moved over to Johnson Barracks.
384)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 GH  Location:
Wednesday, 13. May 2009 23:28 Host: Allow me to introduce myself. I’m a nearly 54 year old package that one of you left behind. By the way, my Mom and I are
alot of info there, maybe try again
383)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.1; AOLBuild 4334.5006; Window JIM DiNOLA JERSEYHOOSIER@aol.comLocation:
Monday, 11. May 2009 19:00 Host:   I WAS STATIONED AT MONTIETH FROM
382)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10_5_6; en-us) AppleWebKit/5   Mike Word word2061@yahoo.comLocation:
Monday, 11. May 2009 15:25 Host:  I was stationed in Erlangen from 1984-88 but I spent a lot of time at Monteith Barracks.I mainly hung out at the bar across the street from Monteith which is now a Japanese restaurant. The pizza place next door to it was still open and the owner said he had plan to retire in 2007.Pina Russolillo:
Hi there, the pizza place is still open, it’s my parents’ place and I’m the one who used to work there on week-ends, the so-called pizza-girl 😉
Hope you guys are doing well.
381)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows 98; FunWebProducts) jose luis martinez jose_mtz1962@yahoo.comLocation:
del rio texas
Wednesday, 6. May 2009 21:52 Host:  thanks formaking it easier to get into guessbook page i love to read them all.i had a hard time getting a password which i never got,but thanks.85-87 personal sign in an put more pictures of monteith area.
380)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Bill Boyd bill.d.boyd@comcast.netLocation:
Colorado Springs, CO.
Wednesday, 6. May 2009 04:08 IP:  Was on Montieth from 1976 to 1978, Ambulance platoon of B Co. 47th Med.Lots of fun, lots of time at Graf.
379)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; InfoPath.1; .NET CL M Casey Brwaterdogs@aol.comLocation:
Tuesday, 5. May 2009 03:25 IP:  Charlie Rock ” The Cave “Spanky Spangler:
you bad maaaaa! Marty did you get the pic’s I sent ya? If not let me know and I’ll try again. And did ya buy your house yet? Keep in touch.
378)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; GTB5; greg martin misfit37@live.comLocation:
park hills mo
Monday, 4. May 2009 20:43 IP:  website is cool found some names from the past am going to contact thanks 
377)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; InfoPath.1; .N David Crawford David.Crawford@Kraft.comLocation:
Springfield, MO
Friday, 1. May 2009 07:19 IP:  My name is David Crawford and I was in F Co 123rd SB from May 1988 – Nov 1989. Some people called me Crawdog. I’m hoping to hear from some old friends.tina kirk melendez:
I think I remember you. Did you go out with Missy Swilley, or Tanya Gauthier?
376)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Thomas Lewandowski Lewan278@roadrunner.comLocation:
Western New York
Wednesday, 22. April 2009 06:37 Host:  I was a CrewChief on a OH-58A, from Feb79-Sept81. Our Det. was housed with the 69th chemical Co. our main base was Katterbach. I would love to here from anyone who was there at the same time..Thanks, Ski
375)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB5; .NET Leon Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod MA
Wednesday, 15. April 2009 11:45 Host:  Is any one out there from 1960 to 1963 Delta co 67th armor we had the M103 heavy tank and later went to the M60 looking for Gene Ray from Oklahoma or any one else from that era.
Has any one been back to Monteith lately if so would like to know if there is anything left.”Skip”:
Monteith Barracks was returned back to the German community (Furth) sometime in the late 90’s. The barracks have been turned into housing.Donovan:
Leon, there are pictures if you go back to the “Monteith” page..
new and old…..
374)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1) Lee Wilkinson wilksween@aol.comLocation:
Bay Shore, New York
Sunday, 12. April 2009 12:24 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith from Oct. 57 to Oct. 1959. Was a crew chief in the 504th. AVN. CO. 4th. ARM DIV. Had a great time in germany, where ever I was sent. It’s good to see the site back up again after all the ones that goofed it off got off.
373)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; john forney johnfor@chartermi.netLocation:
Thursday, 2. April 2009 21:26 IP:  was in monteith 1/69 – 5/70
B co 2/37. anyone there at that time,dorp me an e mail. anyone remember
big red ? how could anyone forget.
also what was the name of the little pizza place outside of the back gate ,(the hole in the fence) ?Bill Smith:
I was in HHC 2/37, 10/68–8/70,as a MEDIC, dont remember BIG RED, but the pizza place was called Maria’s or Shakeys and Geno made the pizzas,I remember the hole in fense it was behind our building.john:
big red was our first sgt.

110% army all the way
372)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB5; Peop Larry Salo Ls357726@aol.comLocation:
Sunday, 29. March 2009 22:47 Host:  Great to see site, brings back memories of long ago.Skip:
Larry, Did you know Moermond (3rd truck) and Picklesimer and Bob Dalton?
371)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB5; Gene Nix ernestnix@yahoo.comLocation:
Sunday, 29. March 2009 19:35 IP:  At monteith 1977 until 1981. motor sgt for 501st S&T. I Had best troops in the ARMY.I would like to see every one of them.If you get to Travelers Rest SC look me up. I am in the phone book.this was the best 4 years of my 23 years in in the ARMY.
370)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; Creative; GTB5) John “Skip” Ables skipables@excite.comLocation:
Friday, 27. March 2009 14:09 IP:  501st S&T “B” Co. 1971-1973
369)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; Creative; GTB5) John “Skip” Ables skipables@excite.comLocation:
Lakeside Park, ky.
Wednesday, 25. March 2009 13:31 IP:  Moneith Barracks 1971 to Jan. 1973
501st S&T “B” Co. 3rd truck.
Couple of names to drop and see if anyone remembers them.
Eugene “Willie” Williams
Ray Hodges
Wally Adams
John “LB” Moerman
Dave Hoffman
John “Shorty Nanery
Charlie Price
Billy Picklesimer (Sgt.)
Bob Dalton (Ssgt.)Larry Salo:
Dalton and Williams were both still there when I arived later in 73, at least I do remember those names.chuck vancuren:
skip got email from you goog to here from you.i have been sick heart bypass getting better chuck vancurenRay Hodges:
skip, Ray Hodges is it going. Good old days!mmmmmmm Good:
Tucher Beer”Skip”:
Hey Ray, we’ve been looking for ya. email me and I’ll fill you in.
368)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 2.0.5 thomas (Glenn) Whitt thomasg.whitt@cemex.comLocation:
spartanburg, south carolina
Tuesday, 17. March 2009 16:47 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith from Nov. 87 thru Sept. 90. I was in D Co. 123rd SB. I was a 45g in the armament section in the building beside the airfield next to 3rd shop. I have heard from Sgt. Varwig. I would like to hear from Sgt. Harris, SFC Crook, Chief Ballew, Spc Robinson, Spc Trippet, SSgt. Crockett and anyone else I forgot. By the way, what was the name of the restaurant down Vacher Str. into Furth on the right at trolley turnaround that was owned by 2 greek brothers?Rothy:
I remember that place! Great food!! We would exchange american dollars with him for greek money and turn them into marks which made had a better exchange rate. LOL! Don’t remember the name but great ouzo as well though.William Spanky Spangler:
The greek restrant is still there in fürth dove past just the other day the name I can’t remember but the food was great.David Crawford:
I spent allot of time at that restaurant in 88 and 89. I don’t remember the place, but the name of the 2 brothers were Demie and Costa (not sure of the spelling)David Robinson:
SPC Robinson brinkly_2000@yahoo.comtina kirk melendez:
Dimi and Costa were awesome I have lots of pictures from there. They had great food there. I dont remember the name of it either.Norbert:
I think the name of the restaurant is “Ammsche Wirtschaft”.Rob Brown D Co 123 Spt Bn:
I remember them. Costa and his wife were so cool. I remember shortly after they got married looking at all of the photos from the 3 day party in Greece.
367)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; mike robbins mike0700@sbcglobal.netLocation:
holtville calif
Monday, 16. March 2009 02:39 Host:  wow this is so cool
I was in b co 123 from 74 76 them bug races were so much fun out by the air strip I was put on a contact team in schwabach working on them 551s wow any body out there from b123?
366)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB5; .NET Leon Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod Ma
Thursday, 12. March 2009 07:27 Host:  Is there anybody out there from 1960 to 1963 Co D 2nd M. T. B. 67 Armor We had the M103 heavy tanks then went to the M60 anybody rember winter shield 2 COLD was the word of the day. Gean A. Ray are you out there or any one else drop a line.Bruce Saenger:
I was in B-Company, third platoon. I certainly remember Winter Shield 2 plus the monthly alerts, the cold weeks in Graf, etc. I was a driver on B-31 (I think that was the number of our tank).Lee:
Hey Bruce…….You guys must have had the M48Bruce:
We had the M-48s for a short time…hard to shift and tough to keep on the road above 25 MPH!! The 6 foot flames licking off the jettison drums filled with high octane gas was also of concern!!! The M-60s were a big step up…at least until the heaters stopped working. Do you remember trying to start the heater with a rag tied to the end of a coat hanger that was soaked in diesel fuel??John Callahan:
M-60 Tank heaters were a bitch, we used the same method to start ours, also. They sold the heater repair kits on the black market and we could never get any through supply. We kept them running because we never knew if we could get them going again if we turned them off.Leon Mangano:
You guys haven’t lived till you played with the M103 Heavy about a monster with a mind of its own. when we got the M60 it was like getting a new caddy.Jim Spence:
Jim Spence- I was there 1964-65 Company 2/37,C,Company,3rd platoon. We always had M60 and were moving to M60-A1. The heater stories are true. we always kept an extra one located inside the exaust doors in the rear of the tank. My Company commander was LT Waters Grandson of General Patton.
365)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) Lee Monroe lmonroe18@verizon.netLocation:
Monday, 2. March 2009 15:21 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith Barracks in 1972 and was in the 47th Medical Batallion. My best friend was Steve Brown from Davis, CA. If you read this drop me a line. 
364)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; Mozilla/4.0 (compat Dennis Hipple Dennis1975@embarq.netLocation:
Warren Ohio
Monday, 2. March 2009 11:25 Host:  Was in D Troop $th Air Cav.
62-64 Was D Troop 15 Cav.
363)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1) C.W. Tooley cwtooley@yahoo.comLocation:
Friday, 27. February 2009 22:13 Host:  I was in C. Co 47th Fwd Spt.Bn. (Med. Co.) from 85-88. Can’t forget those days and nights at the “Ranch” Cpt. Kaminski was the CO when I was there. Anyone remember him?
362)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; GTB5; SLCC1; .NET C jeff cjjeme@yahoo.comLocation:
Wednesday, 25. February 2009 15:08 Host:  was at Monteith from 82-83, great place
361)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Gary Deines gaywee97204@yahoo.comLocation:
Wednesday, 25. February 2009 02:21 Host:  Do you know me? then contact me.SGT V.:
I think I know you PFC 1988 HHC/DMMC 1sg Wrobel. CPT Irvin
360)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB5; .NET CLR 1.1. Walt Herrmann thetacklebox@charter.netLocation:
Clarksville, Tennessee
Sunday, 22. February 2009 16:45 Host:  I was with the Division Mental Health group, H&A Company 47th Med BN from January 1972 through September 1975. All those who served with me, I’d sure like to here from you via email or phone (931-647-6916).
I just talked with Steve Reenstra (2-22-09); the first time since years ago.Steve:
Great talking with you Walt & I look forward to seeing you when you come through this neighborhood later in the year. For those who served with us, check out guestbook post #296 below and the 1st AD MHCS staff photo linked on the Monteith Barracks homepage.John Goldston:
Walter, shared work and living area with you above the dispensary. Remember Rosita’s? Tried your e-mail but did not work. let me hear from you. goldston
359)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB5; .NET Lee Mangano  Location:
Cape Cod Mass
Sunday, 22. February 2009 11:00 Host: Any body out there from 1960 to 1963 from Delta company 67th armor 4th armored division, We had the M103 heavy tanks then went to the M60.Any body rember winter shield 2Charlie Brown, “C” Btry,:
Not from 67th, but was in 14th Arty, and yeah I well remember winter shield 2.
358)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Richard (Dick) Hall richdarla@comcast.netLocation:
Wednesday, 18. February 2009 22:05 Host:  I want to thank Keith Gough from A co 501st S&T Bn. for sending me a 501st unit crest, now I can complete my shadow box. God after 20 yrs. in the army I only have 3 unit crest.?
Thank You Keith
RichKeith Gough:
You are welcome. Wish I had more to send you.
A co. 501st S&T Btn
357)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; GTB5; SLCC1; .NET C nick salvatore  Location:
long Island New York
Tuesday, 17. February 2009 23:08 Host: Bco 501 s+t 76-79 where are all the 501s+t people any years. this site has put me in touch with people i have not talked to in 30 years. ken elford lost contact still looking. Im easy to find drop me aline peace NickNick:
Got any old pictures?Richard Poulin:
Salvatore, a name I haven’t heard in long time. I worked in the maintenance section under Bill Steeken.Rich:
Suppose to have a get together with Bill and the whole crew in a couple of months. Everybody is trying to pull pictures for that event.
356)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1) jerry dapice gerry.dapice@yahoo.comLocation:
boston ma
Saturday, 14. February 2009 23:16 IP:  looking at this website brought back some vivid memories.i was stationed at 125 medical support battalion from jan 1987-dec 1989.anyone out there in my company send me an e-mail.i’m looking for friends like tracey sagely,who i ran the 1987 munich marathon with. anthony norman,my roomate for almost 3 years who i worked in the motorpool with.sgt william long from west virginia who i used to party with.i also had a girlfriend named sgt croy.i miss germany.but i’m an american from boston.hope to hear from some of you guys.marty casey:
I was in C co 123 rd. Went to basic & AIT with Tracey Sagely.We both out processed together then went back to germany to live as dependents with our army wives.I don’t know were he went after that but it was 1991
355)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Rich richdarla@comcast.netLocation:
Tuesday, 10. February 2009 12:29 Host:  What a great site and lot of great memories.
I am looking for one B co. 501st S&T unit crest to complete my shadow box. If anyone has one that they would part with just e-mail with what it would take. I would appreciate any help.Thanks
Rich 4th trk.
354)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv: Gec   Jim Roberts e-mail@brightwitness.comLocation:
Southern California
Tuesday, 10. February 2009 01:19 Host:  1st Platoon, Company A, 2nd Medium Tank Battalion, 67th Armor, 4th Armored Division. Served under Captains Allen and Taylor. M48 Tank Commander and Company Training Sergeant. Also Comp0nay CBR-NCO. At Monteith 1959-60.
353)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; YPC 3.2.0; GTB5; .N John Callahan johncallahan@prodigy.netLocation:
United States
Sunday, 1. February 2009 00:22 Host:  I would like to hear from anyone who had the honor of serving as Unit Police (Gate Guard) at Monteith during the 1963-64 era. We also went on roving patrol into town to help out anyone from Monteith Barracks who might have had problems and needed help. It was an interesting duty, Our bunked in the jail cells. Does anyone remember those times? I was from Co. B,2nd,37th at that time.Lee M.:
I was there from 60 to 63 I remember speeping in those cells downstairs during guard duty, too funnyAllen Ham, llinois 60556:
I was there 1966-1968.In HQ BTRY 2Bn 14th Arty. I remember sleeping in those jail cells when I was on gate gaurd.
I also was on a detail that repainted the letters above the gate.Rich Saehr:
Hi John- We were on the Unit Police together in 63. I was in the last cell. Remember Johnny Harris who passed away? He was my “Cell Mate”mahoney:
mahoney 80-83, It was called SP in our days, never slept down in those cells, it was always too dark. All SP’s slept in rooms near the front Desk.
352)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; WOW64; GTB5; SLCC1; Greg Stephens lazemon@hotmail.comLocation:
United States
Tuesday, 27. January 2009 23:46 IP:  Chuck Rothy,Remember the dudes from the bar in Furth that were harassing that kid? Remember what that dude said to his sargeant? Bruiser is here. HAHA! If anybody from the 69th chem crew, circa 85-88’s out there, email Big G. I’d love to hear from you.StephensChuck Rothy:
Hey Greg, How ya been? Got any pictures from back then. Post them up if you have any. Down the page here I have a link to mine. Take a look.William Spanky Spangler:
I remember ya greg you was a pretty big dude as I remember you was 3rd or 4th platoon if I’m right your Plt. Sgt. I know the the faces but the names I forgot which for me is not right I almost remember evervy name and where he or she come’s from. But were gettin older so the the hell with it. If you can’t remember what I look like, goto photo’s I’m the guy with the french frys in the mittel too my right is eric duke and too my left is chris smally and brother as I remember
you had a
hot temper bUT A GOOD NATURE If you waht you can e-mail me at wdsarmy@aol.comtina kirk melendez:
I remember Chris Smalley he liked my sister. We all hung out together when she came over to Germany.
351)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 karen karinabiene@vodafone.deLocation:
Sunday, 25. January 2009 14:36 IP:  Hi
My Name is Karen.
I hope anybody out there can help me.
I´m looking for Jimmy Lonhorn.He was a Soldier in the Monteith Barracks.
He´s my Grandpa and I dont know him.
He was in the Monteith Barracks in the jeahr 1953/54, my Daddy was born in August 1954. The name from my Grandma was Elisabeth and she has a daughter with name sonja.
If anybody out there got some photos or anything else Please send it to me.
Thanks for all
350)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; WOW64; SLCC1; .NET Juan (John) Taitano cfgdcruz@hotmail.comLocation:
Saturday, 24. January 2009 21:40 IP:  Looking for my old buddies from 1964-1966 C battery 2/14 Arty Monteith Barracks. Hope I hear from someone.
349)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv: Gecko/2008121621 U   Dirk Haije dirkhaije@yahoo.comLocation:
Seattle WA
Wednesday, 21. January 2009 17:52 Host:  Looking for any of the “Army Punks” from 84-88.So far Tom Hasenhauer, John Cantrell, Alan Alred, Mike Fundaro, Kelly Mcginnis and myself..Where the hell are the rest of you?
348)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB5; .NET Lee Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod MA
Monday, 19. January 2009 16:33 Host:  I was at Monteith from 1960 to 1963 Co D 2 M.T.B. 67th Armor we had the M103 heavy tanks 63tons 120mm gun we were at the end of the motor pool.anybody rember Graf.Winter shield 2 Charlies Pig Pen down town drop A line
347)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; FunWebProd Joe Bush Pushrodjb@aol.comLocation:
Petal Mississippi
Saturday, 17. January 2009 23:40 Host:  Was at Monteith 1955 Tk co. 39th inf.
Left Monteith and went to Vilseck 7th army tank training center. I injoyed both places very much.Departed Vilseck July 1957.
346)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; QS; .N SPC jeff Oswald firstpeter217@aol.comLocation:
Saturday, 17. January 2009 14:26 Host:  Cco 123rd june 87-sep 91. always had a blast never a dull moment in Cco.any one remember SGT gonzales or SSG barnett.Good to see some old freinds here.SPC Burchfeild, John and Jill, Langford ever talk to Leja?Any one remember the trip to Yugoslavia right as old Saddam invaded Kuwait?Christine Torres-Vega:
What a great place in Yugoslavia.!!!
My ex Eduardo Torres was in Cco123
345)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; GTB5; SLCC1; .NET C Fred Huey fhuey@wi.rr.comLocation:
Mukwonago Wi.
Friday, 16. January 2009 14:56 Host:  Was stationed at Monteith Barracks from Dec. 1960 to June of 1963. Was in Co. C 2nd MTB 67th Armor. Driver, Gunner, tank commander.It was a great experience for an old country boy like myself. Would like to hear from anyone who served during this time.
344)IP logged  Opera/7.60 (Windows NT 5.2; U)  [en] (IBM EVV/3.0/EAK01AG9/LE)   ikona  Location:
Thursday, 15. January 2009 07:26 IP: Èêîíîïèñíàÿ ìàñòåðñêàÿÈêîíîïèñíàÿ ìàñòåðñêàÿ âî èìÿ ïðåïîäîáíîãî Àëèïèÿ Ïå÷åðñêîãîÈêîíîïèñíàÿ ìàñòåðñêàÿ âî èìÿ Ïðåïîäîáíîãî Àëèïèÿ Ïå÷åðñêîãî îðãàíèçîâàíà â 1992 ãîäó. Åå öåëü – èçó÷åíèå, òâîð÷åñêîå ðàçâèòèå ïðàâîñëàâíîãî îáðàçà. Õóäîæíèêîâ – èêîíîïèñöåâ ìàñòåðñêîé îáúåäèíÿåò ñòðåìëåíèå îòðàçèòü äóõîâíûé ñìûñë èêîíû ÷åðåç åå êàíîíè÷íîñòü è êðàñîòó, ãëóáîêîå ïîíèìàíèå òîãî, ÷òî èêîíà – ýòî ñâèäåòåëüñòâî, ÷åðåç êîòîðîå Öåðêîâü îáðàùàåòñÿ ê ìèðó, ó÷èò, ïðîïîâåäóåò, è òîëüêî èçíóòðè ñîáîðíîãî îðãàíèçìà Öåðêâè, áóäó÷è óêîðåíåííûì â òðàäèöèè êàê â æèâîì ïîòîêå Ñâÿòîãî Äóõà, ìîæåò áûòü ñîçäàíî ïîëíîöåííîå ñàìîáûòíîå ïðîèçâåäåíèå öåðêîâíîãî èñêóññòâà. Ïðîéäÿ íà÷àëüíîå îáó÷åíèå òåõíèêå èêîíîïèñàíèÿ, õóäîæíèêè ñòàëè âûïîëíÿòü íåáîëüøèå, à çàòåì è êðóïíûå çàêàçà, ïîñòóïàâøèå â ìàñòåðñêóþ èç ïðàâîñëàâíûõ õðàìîâ. Âíèìàòåëüíîå îòíîøåíèå ê ïîñòðîåíèþ èêîíû, ãðàìîòíîå èñïîëíåíèå ðèñóíêà è æèâîïèñè, âûïîëíÿåìîé íàòóðàëüíûìè ïèãìåíòàìè, â ñîãëàñèè ñ äðåâíåé òåõíîëîãèåé, äåëàåò õóäîæåñòâåííûå ïîèñêè ñîäåðæàòåëüíûìè è óáåäèòå
ëüíûìè. Êîïèðîâàíèå õîðîøî ñîõðàíèâøèõñÿ äðåâíèõ ÷óäîòâîðíûõ îáðàçîâ – îäíî èç íàïðàâëåíèé ðàáîòû ìàñòåðñêîé.Ïåðâîé êðóïíîé ðàáîòîé ìàñòåðñêîé ñòàë ïÿòèÿðóñíûé òÿáëîâûé èêîíîñòàñ è èêîíû äâóõG.I.:
Does anyone know how these A HOLES get on our web siteWilliamSpanky Spangler:
There called HO’S NUMNUTS
343)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4 Tom Bates tbates@limitedbrands.comLocation:
Tuesday, 13. January 2009 09:12 Host:  Was at Montieth Feb 77 to SEP 79. Would like to hear from anyone that was part of the Saturday Night Dead Group.Tom Bates:
C CO. 47th Med FEB 77 – SEP 79.Wonder if anyone has heard from Leo Kosley, SSGT William Case,James Keating, Jerry Miller,Pam walker (Sills), Rodger Layfield, SPC6 Bowman ETC.Bill Donovan:
Got the email, Bud…:-)
342)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Miguel “MIKE” Alicea dogsofwar87@hotmail.comLocation:
Tuesday, 13. January 2009 05:49 Host:  Delta CO. Ambulance/Clearing Plts.
47th Med. Bat.
Greatest of times,greatest friends!Bill Donovan:
They were !! Except that we had you crazy, drunken, loud DOGS living downstairs !!! 🙂
341)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4 Ron Lyons Lyonsent@frontiernet.netLocation:
Elko, NV
Sunday, 11. January 2009 13:10 IP:  Great surprise to find this web site. Stationed at Monteith ’68-’71 w/Co. B, 504 S&T. Ran the photo lab in off hours, operated by Special Services located in the big hanger on post. MSG Booker was our companies top kick. Remember Gen. Patton offering soldiers a lift to town in his staff car in the winter, when cabs weren’t outside the front gate. Anyone assigned to this company from Crailsheim or Monteith, or have contact with? Rob:
Check out photos on Nuremberg Military Area,Military Photo Gallery, Operations Green and Olympic Express. Wasn’t that the 504 S&T with the 126th Maint?
340)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows 98; FunWebProducts) JOSE LUIS MARTINEZ jose_mtz1962@yahoo.comLocation:
del rio texas
Monday, 5. January 2009 09:00 Host:  Monteith barracks ’85to’ feb.’87 the ranch was the place to party,the owner called me”pistollero”,son was a good pool girl and pizzaand lassania were great.i had two boxing matches there does any body have pics or taped recording of them.hey old pals let me know how bad iwas. p.s. sorry if i hurt and or misbehaved i was young and out of control and got there after the 82nd signal battalion tour.
Hello, I have no pics but remember the boxer smokers we had. I was in C co
HAPPY NEW YEAR ithink the brawls at the ranch were better i am trying to member you i was a regular at the ranch.Iwas at 501 HHC comp. you member sharon grove my guarding angel. how about robert salas they married and than divorced had pal wer persad, fowler, richardson,and towser.any body else member bull.brwaterdogs:
I remember Sharon she had a little friend that was also in our co. I was never big at the ranch would only stop to get a beer for the bus to go down town. I hung out with Chris Agurrie ( chief ) and some others.JOSE LUIS MARTINEZ:
hey casey remember sharon comp.I wasat the 400th personal sevice center and our barricks were way in the corner to the right off the front entrance we were a small group so we had the top floor of one of the headquarter groups.I think they were cooks.SO if any body remember our crew,talk to me.P.S.which one or the pretty army girls did you marry if you don’t mine my asking.Rick simkins you still out there.sorry to here about DELEON was he a white complexed mexican if you know what happen to him let bme know he was agood friend of mine.THAT MEANS ANY BODY.HEY ON THOSE BOXING MATCH I KNOCK OUT MY 2 OPPONENTS IN THE 2 SMOKERS THERE IN MONTEITH. LATER BRO. TAKE CARE./
I’m the pizza girl *smile*, nice to see that ppl still remember me. That place is not the same anymore since they closed the barracks. If you want you can mail me: take care! Pinajose martinez:
hey pizza girl i loved going to the ranch just to get a look at the pretty ladies at the pizza place.hey why don’t you e-mail me first but send me some pictures of the ranch,and your self to get a better picture in my mind it has been so itried to send an e-mail but it failed.take care.
339)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; Terry Allison ntallison@satx.rr.comLocation:
San Antonio, TX
Friday, 2. January 2009 12:33 Host:  Love the checking out the whole Furth Germany web site. One of my favorite places in the word. We lived in Schwanstetten, outside of Schwabach late 80s. Thanks for all the work put into this. 
338)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; GTB5; .NET CLR 1.1. AL Pittsinger apitts17@aol.comLocation:
Wednesday, 24. December 2008 14:39 Host:  To anyone who was stationed at, worked at, or was a dependent at Monteith Barracks, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Never forget the good times in Furth.Dan Gossett:
Monteith ’67-’68
Hope you and yours have a very Merry Christmas!
Danrick pennick:
hope yours was well. happy new years to you and yoursAL:
Thanks Rick.Al:
Thanks Dan
337)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1) Tom S. a1rover@yahoo.comLocation:
Sunday, 21. December 2008 11:10 Host:  This weekend I was picking up some Christmas gifts in a package store. I came across some Tucher beer. I hadn’t had a Tucher since 1970 in Furth. Brought back many memories! Anyone remember the name of the beer that the pizza shop outside the hole in the fence served late 60’s-70’s?John Fuzi:
The beer that is most popular in fuerth is zirndorfer,but they don’t make enough to export,if you want to buy a american beer that you can’t tell the differance,try sam adams lager,looks the same,smells the same,taste’s the same,the hops come from the same place,I had people bring me zirndorferfrom fuerth,they can’t tell the differanceAl P.:
BergBrau was another beer.It was brewed in Furth not to far from Monteith.That’s where everyone got the large grey crock mugs from. It was the only local brewery you could order them from.Mine is only 3 ltr.They also had a 5 ltr. one.It took 2 hands to pick it up when it was full.Tom:
Yes, BergBrau was the one I remember. Zirndorfer was also was the other one. Thanks and Happy New Years to all!Peter:
BergBrau Brewery closed late 70’s. Great beer!AL P.:
Peter.Bummer on the brewery closing.That was the smoothest beer I had in the 2+ years I was in Germany.T loyola:
Tony here. Was over there in the 80’s Patrizier brau was good stuff too.Rothy:
Yea, I’m with Tony. Patrizier had a light weizen that was great! Wish I could get some here!Tom:
I Googled Patrizier and read that they merged with Tucher in the mid 90’s. I never could figure out why the GI’s drank Bud and Miller in Germany when we had all that great bier!Al P.:
Hey Tom, I was looking through some of my beer glasses and coasters and found a beer that was from Furth that I forgot about. Humbser bier. We drank alot of it also.Tom “Zonker” Harris:
I haven’t seen any Tucher beer, but did run across some of the cardboard Tucher beer coasters….we used to dispense Tucher in our coke machines in our barracks….I was stationed at Monteith from 71-74…..crazy times…I do remember the hole in the back fence….Tom:
Wow, Humbser Bier, forgot about that one. The brewery supposedly opened in 1578 and closed in 1980. Good run. Once I saw the beer coaster I remembered it.Chuck Wallis:
Another great Beer from Fuerth was Gruener. They have closed since.
After the merger of Patrizier and Tucher, they opened up a bottling plant on Johnson Barracks.
336)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.1; AOLBuild 4334.5003; Window Jim Ackley ackleym@aol.comLocation:
Saturday, 20. December 2008 18:58 Host:  I was there in late 1970 early 1971 in the 2/37 armor 4th division. Then we moved to 3rd armor.Bob Swanson:
Hello,I was in 2/37 Armor HHQ CO Batt. Maint Jan 69 to July 71. I was a M88 driver and TC and our VTR was named Hog. May ourpaths crossed at one time.Robert Rossi:
This site is great!
Hey, Jim I was there 1/70 to 3/71. I was with 2/37th HHQ. I was a medic and loved the beer and believe it or not the Pizza at Maria’s. Loved how the oil ran off it. LOL. Do you remember the place outside the enterance that bought and sold anything your needed?
335)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 2.0.5 Alison l.( Edwards ) Kafer beebisalison@yahoo.comLocation:
Devens ma
Thursday, 18. December 2008 10:22 IP:  hay i was in BCo501S&T 1979jun nov1980
3rd hurd. but most of you call eddie
334)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; InfoPath.1; .N Teresa H itsjustmeteri@yahoo.comLocation:
Thursday, 18. December 2008 04:06 IP:   I was stationed at Monteith 1988 – 1990. I was with the 123rd Support Bn, Co B. The Camp was pretty much run down while I was there, so I can’t imagine what it looked like after I left. My most memories are seeing the nazi emlems over the door ways of the buildings and thinking how eerie they look as you got closer to them. It leaves a lasting impression on anyone who physically see them. I can’t imagine how those who were there in the earlier years dealt with it, but I will also remember Monteith Barracks for as long as I
My name is Paula Faria i was also in B Co. 123rd support bn, i got there in 1989-1991. I’m trying to place can’t remember. Have you found anyone else from our company.
333)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Jim Spence jspence10@gmail.comLocation:
Arvada, Colorado
Saturday, 13. December 2008 16:44 IP:  I served 1964-65 Company C,2/37 Armor 3rd platoon. I would like to hear from anyone from my unit. All of the members of our Platoon were great. We lost one member Sp4 Rose. He was shot by accident on guard duty and died. Also if anyone knows the name of our company commander in 64/65 please let me know. He took care of me when I was injured and promoted me to Sargent prior to medivac to Walter Reed and retierment at the young age on 19. The VTR crew were also great and always had a supply of alcohol on hand.
332)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322;   tony loyola aployola3@gmail.comLocation:
bakersfield, ca.
Tuesday, 9. December 2008 20:24 Host:  Hey spank,chuck and paco got some pictures on my home page check um out brings back lots of memoriesRothy:
Thanks Tony. Great pics!!tina kirk melendez:
Seeing those pics really brought back memories.
331)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; InfoPath.1; .NET CL Marty Casey Brwaterdogs@aol.comLocation:
Saturday, 6. December 2008 07:28 IP:  Yo Chief, good talking to you makes me want to come to Texas and slap that ass. 
330)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1 Leon Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod Mass
Saturday, 29. November 2008 16:20 Host:  I was at Monteith from 1960 to 1963 still looking for any one from Co D 2nd M T B 67 Armor it was A great time and would like to hear from anyone that was there at that time. We had the M 103 Heavy tanks then went to the M60
329)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; YPC 3.2.0; .NE Chris Aguirre aguirre.cristobal@yahoo.comLocation:
San Antonio Texas
Monday, 24. November 2008 21:45 Host:  Hello there,
Sure would like to catch up with some of my old home boys. I was in Charlie company 123rd battalion. Spent alot of time on extra duty and fixing generators. I was there 1985 – 1987. CiaoJOSE LUIS MARTINEZ:
Hey Chris,joe martinez from del rio,we were at monteith about the same time,my queston did we party at one time there.i seem to remember a chris. just wandering.I SPENT ALOT OF TIME AT THE RANCH PLAYING POOL FOR THE DRINK OF THE GODS “PATRITZER”Darrin cavalletti:
Hey, I was there from 85-90. D CO 123 support B. CavallettiEd Fox:
I was in chargwer of the Genertor shop then.

Edward Fox (SSG Fox)
328)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2008   Chuck Rothy  Location:
Hey Paco and Tony
Thursday, 20. November 2008 15:37 Host: Click Homepage link for some pictures.Rothy:
The homepage is that little “house” to the left over my name.Bill Spanky Spangler:
Rothy the name of the guy tony wanted to know is Ernest But we always called him Ernie he worked in the motorpool on the computer, Than Duke took over after Ernie PCS back to the world.Rothy:
That’s right. Thanks Spanky!Christine:
aww that is nice I just wish we could find Joe
327)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 MSG Wilford Rice rwrice4@yahoo.comLocation:
Woolwich, Maine
Monday, 17. November 2008 19:57 Host:  Does anybody remember Wilford Rice? He was stationed at Monteith from 1969 – 1972. His son, RogerTom:
What unit etc?
326)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727) Charlie Brown ch.brown@att.netLocation:
Southaven, MS
Monday, 17. November 2008 19:20 IP:  “C” Battery, 14th Artillery,
Nov 1960 – Mar 1963John Fuzi:
I was there the same time nov.1960 till feb. 1963,the last year I ran the gym with sgt. kominsky,i have been back 5 times.
325)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2008 Admin admin@nurnbergmilitayarea.comLocation:
Monday, 17. November 2008 10:19 Host:  Hey guys we need to get signed up on these new Multiply pages. These pages will link us all together. There’s one for each kaserne, plus one for the main site. The more members we have, the higher in the search engine standings we’ll be.
324)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10_5_5; en-us) AppleWebKit/5 Randy Yagi randyyagi@sbcglobal.netLocation:
Santa Cruz, CA
Sunday, 16. November 2008 22:35 Host:  Hi – I was stationed at the Monteith Barracks for most of 1974. 501st Finance Division (I think), 1st Armored Division Europe. I have memories of the place and some photos. I am very grateful to see the old place. It was cool to see the old airplane hangar on your website. If I can scan some of my photos, I will surely send them along to you. Kind Regards
323)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Earl Dubs earleon@netzero.netLocation:
Hanover, PA
Sunday, 16. November 2008 17:46 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith in 1953 with the 169th Inf Regimental Band. Had a great time. 
322)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; FunWebProducts; .NE Keith Burtt kmburtt@yahoo.comLocation:
Creston, Ohio
Monday, 3. November 2008 19:14 Host:  From 1972 to 1975 Monteith Barracks was home…I remember CW4 Lackey, Gualding, Eggerton, Tom Hall and many more… I remember the car racing out beyond the airfield, I remember ‘borrowing’ a 2 1/2 to ‘find’ cement for the old hanger we were refurbing… The Wall, the schnitzel, the fest beer, the beer, and of course, the frst beer… Capt Roger Miller, HQ & A, 123th Maintenance BN. Had two motorcycles there, old Blue Trimph Tiger and an old BSA Bonneville, the CBR room, the pizza place out the back gate, the long bridge into town, Man or man, what a good time… To all my brothers, then and now, I still honor our warrior brothers in all areas of the globe…Take Care,
Drop me a line,
PatriotGuard Rider and Ride Captain
321)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1 Leon Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod MA
Sunday, 2. November 2008 13:20 Host:  I was at Monteith from 1960 to 1963 Co D 2 MTB 67 Armor we had the M103 Heavy tanks does anybody rember Capt. Reveria he was the C.O. then one day he was gone we ended up with this little ist L.T as our C.O. what A peice of work not good.any way how about Charlies Pig Pen down town. still looking for Gean Ray from Oklahoma Ramon Quebus, and anybody else from Co D
320)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2008 Chuck Rothy  Location:
Saturday, 1. November 2008 00:17 Host: Hey Paco, Ha ha ha!!! How ya doing man? This is Rothy. I have a picture of you and Duke still. Will send it to you. Shoot me an email. Nice to hear from you! Hey Tony, I think I remember you too. Nice to hear from you guys again. You all remember Dean Weaver or Leejay Robles? We should find as many as possible and try and have a reunion. Take care bud! Hope to hear from ya.Tony Loyola:
Yea i remember you guys not as well as i should , it’s been a long time. You still in a band? hows life been treating you? Hope well , take care.Bill Spanky Spangler:
I remember you to Rothy,I also remember when a BAT:inspection and you showed up with dirty boots and uniform and the Top threw you out formation and then you had to polish everybodys dirty combat boots!I wish we all could get together again sometime in the future. Take care.Rothy:
Hey Spanky, how ya doing? Yea, Top (Pharris) was on me good before I outed. Some questionable stuff going on between him and Rucker and I was blowing the whistle. They got my ass out of Dodge in a hurry and busting me every chance they got. There’s a whole story to that. Funny thing is, I’m a Cop now, LOL!
319)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; FunWebProducts; .NE mike ” paco” Rodriguez  Location:
pueblo colorado
Thursday, 30. October 2008 16:14 IP: 1984-1987 69th Chemical (criminal) motorpoolthose times bring back a whole lot of memories, good times at the ranch, nashville, down in furth, nurnberg,the green goose, rock house, quatraset, the wall, the turk bar, all the fests and concerts. had a whole lot of fun and got in a whole lot of trouble. glad to see some familiar names: cyco, spanky, rothy, tanya from f 123. let me know how you all are doing.Marty Casey:
I was in C Co motor pool the same time you were there. Spanky got sent over to your company was with us for awhile. A guy named Alan Walsh in my company would party with you guys maybe you know him. Speaking of maybe how bout that dude. The clubs were the best. Good time to be there if you go on face book the girl from the pizza place out front of the base is on there, Pina you could not miss her. Its all changed now my friend was there last year. I stayed till 91 was a dependent for about 2 1/2 years after I got out in 88. What a timeTony L (CYCO):
A Paco we had some pretty good parties in back of the barracks if i remember right. How you doing man? Hows life been treating you? How many tats you got now? Drop me a line at ( hope to hear from you, take care.Bill ” Spanky” Spangler:
Hey paco heres spanky, the last time we hooked up was Ft.Story. Do still remember your going away party in your room at 69th And I bought a case of maddog 20/20 man they were poeple fightin in the halls,throwing up,talkin shit,Man those were the ole days. Im goin to post some photos of monteith today ya’ll won’t beleave how it looks today. Half of Monteith has gone to hell in a hand basket. 69th had a fire in the back side where smoke plt. use to be. The chow hall the windows are all smashed out the same, gen./63j10 shop also burnt to the ground buy skinheads.Its a damn shame. Well I have get back to work now Im on my bosses computer and its almost time to get the hell out of here. Later mike.
318)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; FunWebProducts; Moz Roy S Ashe Jr. rsajunior1810@gmail.comLocation:
Sunday, 26. October 2008 09:52 IP:  69th Chemical Co. Fox PLT. 1990
What’s Up!
317)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4 Ed Dudek Ironb003@yahoo.comLocation:
Harrisburg Pa
Saturday, 25. October 2008 15:39 IP:  I was in Delta Company 47th Medical Bn,, as a 91c from 1974-1977.. Any one out there ..jerry wilson:
Ed, I sent yo an email. I think you got intouch with top Wiley. jerry
316)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; YPC 3.2.0; .NET CLR Gary Buffon gbuffon@wans.netLocation:
El Cerrito, CA
Monday, 20. October 2008 14:42 Host:  I was in D Troop 2sqd of 4th Cav. We had a small billet with about 50 guys. We had HU1Bs and CH37 aircraft and the hanger out on the ramp. I was at Montieth from mid 1965 to early 67. I was a helo mechanic and worked for Sp6 Bob Ritenour and CO Capt Wright. Our Top was First Sgt Morehead. Love to hear from any of the D Troop guys.
315)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; InfoPath.1) Joe Pearsall josephpearsall@hotmail.comLocation:
Oklahoma City
Monday, 20. October 2008 12:40 IP:  C Co 47th Med Bn from 1972 – 1974; let me hear from any one in the 47th; I received an email from Chuch Eaton but haven’t heard back from him
314)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.0.3 Bill spanky Spangler  Location:
nurnberg germany
Monday, 20. October 2008 12:10 Host: I was in C co, from 86 to 87 than 69th chem. 87-89 I remember alot of you like Marty, Jill, paco, tony L from 69th. remember tony I use to wake you up in the mornings for PTtony l.:
Yea I remember cause my room was the best place to hang out. How you doing man? Reading your post brings back alot of memories you ever talk to any of the old crew?Spanky:
Spanky. I went to see paco at Ft.Story for three days in 89 other than that nobody, What ever happened Capt. Boyce “RJ” I use to call him when were drinking beer in your room. Are you still watching nascar? I remember averey thursday me and you would get the stars & stripes to see who on top I liked Ford and you Chevy. Do you still have your El camno?Marty Casey:
Yo Spank you bad MAAAAAA. What up. Have not seen you since you were at that nissan place. email me at Great to here from you I just fell out of my chairTony L:
Hey spanky still watching nascar’ still a chevy man, I sold the El Camino in 2004 bought a chevy silverado ext. cab (loaded of course). So where you hanging your hat these days? you can also email ( check it every couple of
Do any of you remember Sgt. Boronell from 69th Chem. I was stationed there in 89-91 in B Co. 123r Support Bn.?
313)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; Kenneth Bell kilobravo82@yahoo.comLocation:
Sunday, 19. October 2008 11:53 Host:  I was stationed at monteith barracks 86-88 and was in A Co.47th Spt. Bn. I worked in the POL section. Anyone remember me please email and we can talk about the good times there. Im sure someone remembers Sgt. BellPina Russolillo:
Yes, you used to come over to my parents’ pizza place across the street and I remember my dad calling you Mr. Bell when you picked up your order. Do you remember me? (pizza-girl)
312)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1) Fred Parker Parkerfred@aol.comLocation:
Rodessa, Louisiana
Friday, 10. October 2008 10:10 Host:  I was the S1 Clerk for the 2/14th FA from mid-1962 till December, 1964. Colonels Waple and Geiger were the commanders and Sgt. Major Stengel was the Battalion Sergeant Major. I knew where all the bodies were buried and whose fingerprints were on them. Would like to hear from anyone there at that time.Charlie Brown:
I was in “C”Btry from Nov 1960 till Mar 1963. Battery clerk most of the time. 1sgt Fite and then the last 9-10 months it was 1sgt Welch. Did you ever know Sgt Major Cheek?John Fuzi:
I was in “B” btry from nov. 60 till Feb.63,on wintershield the whole works,the last 6 months,I ran the Gym,for a sgt.cominsky,i remember sgt. major stengel,he looked like casey stengel of the yankees.Fred Parker:
Fred Parker

I remember Sgts. Fite, Welch, Cheek, Comminsky and Rose. Sgt. Cheek passed away a few years ago in West Virginia. I have a few good Sgt. Cheek stories.
311)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 charles vancuren van2591@gmail.comLocation:
gray court sc 29645
Thursday, 9. October 2008 16:07 IP:  I was there in 1970-1972 good times Bco. 501 S&T BTNAbles:
Hiya Chuck, “Skip”LB Moermond:
How you doing Chuck. Was in the 3rd truck with you in 1971 & 1972.
310)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 james  Location:
Wednesday, 8. October 2008 22:27 Host: 1980-1983 A Co 123rd maint. Bn F&Ejeff haynes:
james ,i was in a co. also.79-82in the warehouse,pvt. haynes,,bell was my buddy,and top thompson was the first sarge,,what a partyjames:
Haynes, I remember Bell, Chris Bell,E-4.I think he started out in F&E, then went to work at being the Company Handyman.He had a Germen Girl and moved back to Furth after ETS…
309)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.0.3705; Joe Robinson sfce7ret@hotmail.comLocation:
Wednesday, 8. October 2008 12:38 IP:  Was in Co B, 501st S&T from Feb 1972 – March 1976, Was in Fourth truck under (then)SSG Bob Dalton, went to HQs Platoon as Company Armorer working for the big man SSG Tatro, then to training NCO working for “Pappy” Platt and CPT D J Armstrong, then CPT Labin. “Country Joe” Vassaur was the Commander when I got there. CSM Risbon was the First Sgt when I got there, He went to Community as the Housing NCOIC as I remember.Some of the other folks I remember were Spanky Ramsdell, Dick Ford, SFC Steenken, SGT Rock, SGT Knose, “Andy” Anderson, Danny Davis, SGT Willie Robinson, Don Voelts, Irv Butler, Phil Mangrum, Garrett Menzies, Jimmy T Walker.Larry salo:
Wow, I just found out about this site. I was there from 73 to 76 , and do remember your name along with most others you listed. I am still in contact with Steenkin, and Loso , along with a few others.Do you have any contacts with any others?
Larry SaloSkip:
Hiya Joe, Seems like I remember you. I was in 3rd truck. Sgt. Picklesimer and Dalton were the platoon sgt’s. Risbon was 1st Sgt. when I left in Jan. 73. Country Joe was still the CO.chuck loso:
hi joe
I was in maintenance sectectin with SFC Steenken Salo, Duane Jack ED heisechuck loso:
do remember SFC Haskell 4th truck platoon as well as Leroy Lafontaine,Lenny Cotteral.Bruce WoodwardLB Moermond:
Hi Joe. LB Moermond here. I was there from 1971 til 1974. I was in 3rd truck and remember all the names you mentioned.
308)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 2 FRANK J GIORDANO themick828@aol.comLocation:
Wednesday, 8. October 2008 12:14 Host:  Stationed at Monteith Barracks from 3/55 to 10/56 with “B” co. 39th inf.9th div.
Hoping to hear from friends who were there during this time.
Have many pictures of buddies, Monteith Barracks, and Furth area.(all in b/w of course)
307)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0; FunWebProducts) Mike Eilers k8ook@comcast.netLocation:
Grand Rapids MI
Wednesday, 1. October 2008 13:57 Host:  I was a tanker/company clerk for Co C, 2nd MTB, 67th Armor from 1960-63 in Montieth. Hung out at Hillbilly in Nurnburg and Stadt New York, Billenlager? in Furth among many others. I have mailing addresses of some of the guys. What a great time of my life, sober or not!!!
306)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1 Leon Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod MA
Sunday, 28. September 2008 07:47 Host:  I was at Monteith from 1960 to 1963 Co D 2nd M.T.B we had the M103 Heavy tanks any body rember Winter Shield 2 A lot of cold and mud. If there is anybody out there from D Co. drop me A line Gene Ray Jeff Running Ramone Quebus Mc Farlin and Price were part of my tank crew on the M60.Jim Roberts:
Leon, I was in Wintersheild, but with A Company of the same 2nd MTB, 67th Armor. The battalion commander was Major Frances W, Cooch, III and our company commander was Captain George Taylor. I was TC of A23, an M48 with a crew comprised of three guys named “Jim” and one guy named “Bob.” Yes, it was indeed cold, icy and muddy!
305)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 charles vancuren van2591@gmail.comLocation:
gray court sc
Friday, 26. September 2008 22:52 IP:  i was there 1971-1972 Bco.501st S&T BTNJohn “Skip” Ables (Ky):
Hiya Chuck. John Ables. We were in 3rd truck together. 1971 to 1973
304)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) Al Pittsinger apitts17@aol.comLocation:
Ashville Pa.
Saturday, 20. September 2008 10:41 Host:  Rick, Did you find the pic page yet?rick:
i did the mess hall looks like the one i ate at untill the company moved across the baseNorman L.:
Try the Nurnberg Military area link, then Military photos for mere pictures.
303)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; FunWebProducts; Com rick pennick j_jpennick@comcast.netLocation:
carnegie pa
Friday, 19. September 2008 23:16 Host:  
i remember him i worked with him
302)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; FunWebProducts; Com rick pennick j_jpennick@comcast.netLocation:
carnegie pa
Tuesday, 16. September 2008 23:30 Host:   i was at monteith barracks from
mar.1968 to april 1970 was in hq.&a co.126 mt. battiion i worked in the warehouse and hut area.
had alot of good times therepaul krause:
i was there from 67to69.I worked up stairss in the stock control. Do you remember SSG shulka? I think he ran the warehouse. I worked with bixler, msg davis. Some others.I think they called the warehouse the pit.Tom Stalgaitis:
I was HHQA also 68-70. Worked in the warehouse upstairs in the TSO/Supply Management office. Remembered Paul Krause well. Went to Greece and Denmark with SSG Shulka. Posted a lot of pictures on this site and Nuremberg Military area link too.tom:
you look familer but it was a while ago i sent a couple pics inTom:
You remember 1st SGT Rudder? The last CO I remember was Cpt Boudreau. Did a LT Clyburn work in your area? TSO had SFC Carpenter, SSG Turkali and Williams, LT McLain then Fousek. Remember any of them?tom:
i remember 1st sgt.rudder.cpt boudreau and cpt. clyborn did work in the warehouse and remember ssg turkali i think he was from around pittsburgh somewareJohn:
Rick yes I got your pictures and was very glad to get them . I remmberd you after I looked at the pic of you and the pic of us in the barracks ,cant remmber the guy setting next to the wondow. the first guy setting on the bed not faceing us was Bob Davisremmber wesley fender he passed away in 1996 i went to his funeral. talk to you later a friend John Sines
301)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; WOW64; SLCC1; .NET Lisa Binkley qu33n@cox.netLocation:
Sunday, 14. September 2008 15:27 Host:  HHC DISCOM – 1986 – 1990. Monteith – I loved that place! I was a cook at North Fork Mess Hall. Does Sheep Shit Hill ring a bell? The Ranch and Groovies! I met some of the best people in my life. Had some of the best and wildest times and the fondest memories. Gary Deines, Larry Kotan, Mark Longnecker,(the dudes),Susan Hinson, Ralph Beason, First Sergeant Wroble – the greatest! The best time!joe kennedy:
Whats up Bink? This is Joe Kennedy.How have you been? Whats up with crazy ass Longnecker?Skeeter:
Bink… it’s Skeeter… I’ve been searching for you and Ralph 4ever…Skeeter:
Drat… I forgot to include my email address… Sure would luv to connect. I had the most wicked AWESOME times with you and the gang! Just outstanding.Benita Villarreal:
I was at HHC DISCOM from 87-89 I was happy to read your comments 1stSGT Wrobel the best person ever. I used to work at S1. SGT V
300)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1 Leon Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod MA
Thursday, 11. September 2008 07:55 Host:  I was at Monteith from 1960 to 1963 Co D 2nd MTB 67 Armor M103 Heavy Tanks than went to the M60 any one rember Charlies Pig Pen the bar down town. ANYONE OUT THERE FROM CO D???
Hey Rich and Bud still looking.John Fuzi:
I was there the same time,charly left that place in 1964,and took over the peterhof,I new him very well,but we used to go to the place by the trolly turn around,every sun morning to eat mushroom soup,that placr is still there,but they turn it in to some punk rock place,everybody with green and purple hair.
299)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2008 Chuck Rothy copsbcr@cs.comLocation:
Monday, 8. September 2008 19:31 Host:  1985-1987 69th Chemical Co.
Leejay Robles, Dean Weaver, Earl Heike and I was in a band on post called “Rockport”, we used to rock the talent shows. Some names in our barracks: Bull, Paco, the only names I can recall without help. My roommate was named Tim Maybe. He was a strange one, he killed an Officers wife just off post and went to Levenworth, probably still there. It’s weird, I don’t remember a pizza place across the street but definitely the bar. Had my first Patrizier Beer there. Went out and partied in Nuremberg alot. There was a country bar I remember we went to alot. Can’t recall the name. Our First Sgt. was named Pharris and I recall a Sgt. Rucker. I was 69th Chemical Company’s supply guy. Anyone remember any of this?? LOL!!JV:
I remember 87-89, that your company was commonly called “69th Criminals” by the other units. Probably because of your roommate!Hines:
I remember PFC Maybe and the murder. I was in F Co, right next to 69th.M Casey Brwaterdogs@aol.:
C Co 4sb later changed to 123 sb. I remember… That Maybe thing was a trip. The country bar was called the Nashville. You had to drink alot of Patrizier because you walked past the pizza joint to get to the the ranch. I understand it was all a blereChristine:
Chuck were you ever hanging out in fuerth with me and my mom?jorge:
SGT Rucker was a Vietnam Vet. whenever you talked to him he would shift his weight from leg to leg constantly. that made it really difficult to talk to him while he was rocking from side to sidePina:
The name of the guy who killed an Officer’s wife was Tim Murray, not Maybe. He used to come to our pizza-place ‘pizzeria americana’ to get peperoni pizza. blond guy, average height, very quiet and intro. Strange and creepy feeling everytime I saw him.
298)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Pat Sirls patsirls@comcast.netLocation:
Sunday, 7. September 2008 22:55 Host:  I was stationed at Montieth Barracks from Dec. 1966 until July 1968. I was in Headquarters Co., 2/37 Scout Plt. My Plt. Sgt. was Sgt Haake. Does anyone remember “Donut”. His real name is Bill Douthett. He was from California. I remember Al Miller also. He was in Company maint. I remember a guy named Marcus alson but can’t remember his first name. In Sept. of 1967 my wife came over and we had a apartment off base with a German family. The house was divided into three apartments. The old German couple lived upstairs,we lived on the ground level and another Army couple lived downstairs. I can’t remember their last name but the girls name was Bunny and the guys name was Lee. They were from Grand Rapids,Mi. Was anyone there when I was? Post a notice or E-mail me back.
297)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Jerry Allen redgoat11@yahoo.comLocation:
Monday, 1. September 2008 09:34 IP:  I was there from 6/87 – 8/90. It was the greatest time. I still talk with “Thurman” (Bruce Thurman). He now lives here in Cleveland. I was with E co 123rd SB. I wanna say “hey” to all that remember me, and wanna send out some hello’s, Bradshaw, Rashke, White, Lohman, Yeager, Brown, Lumpkin, Mack, Porter, Clolinger, Jo-Jo (johnson), Milliman, and also to anyone that I may have missed or forgotten.M Casey:
I went to head start with Brown & lumpkingaye cooper gcooper20@twc:
Hi Jerry, sorry I can’t remember you personally but I remember Lumpkin, Brown, Cruz, Lott, Carr, Cordova, Riggs, Merwin, Matos,Rob White, this web site is so neat I would love to hear from C. Lumpkin, I was in touch with him for a while but lost contact, any idea? Thanks
296)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; InfoPath.1; .NET CL Steve Reenstra sreenstra@optonline.netLocation:
Hamilton Square, NJ
Wednesday, 27. August 2008 21:52 Host:  Having read Danniel Kientz’s post (283), other than the Division designation (1st AD) and names, little else (including our alerts “duty station”) changed in the crumbing, but hollowed halls of MHCS on the second floor of Monteith’s dispensary between 1966 and 1974! The crew of “super psych techs” and officers in charge in November 1974 is pictured elsewhere on this website.We quietly took care of our business (whatever it was), only had to deal with a relative minimum of the military minutia and no one really bothered us… even when it was reported one morning that two beer toting streakers in only combat boots were seen running past the “WAC shack” and making a beeline for the dispensary the previous night. “Crazy” days… and nights!When staff left MHCS for their next assignment or “the world,” we stapled one of our olive green uniform names tags to the inside of the clinic’s front office closet door… not sure when that tradition started, but I wonder what ever happened to that “honor roll?”John Goldston:
Steve, can’t believe it is you. i am John Goldston, I left Furth not too long after you arrived. Remember walter hermann, jon williams, major tucker, captain doolittle, et al.john goldston:
not long after i got back to the states you sent me a ‘super psych certificate’ which i still have somewhere.Steve Reenstra:
John… did you see the 1st AD MHCS staff photo link on the Monteith Barracks homepage? Sorry,I misspelled your name… I’ve only heard from Segi, but you were long gone when he came. Good seeing your post… Take care!John Goldston:
I checked out the picture and remember Capt. Johnson and Eads who came shortly before I left. Good to see you and Walter. Wish we had taken a picture of the old group.John Goldston:
Steve, hope all is well with you.Saw note from Walt Hermann post 360. left him a note. could not get e-mail to work. hope to hear from him. saw pic you mention above. wish i had one of old group.
295)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.1; AOLBuild 4334.34; Windows RICH GARGANO RMGARGANO@GMAIL.COMLocation:
294)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; David Saraga dsaraga1958@msn.comLocation:
Wilmington, DE. via Brooklyn
Friday, 15. August 2008 10:59 Host:  I posted tons of photos on on the Furth community board,82-84. Check ’em out because you or your friends might be in them. Lots of concert photos, favorite hangouts, and of buildings that are no longer there or have changed. Photos you wont find anywhere else.Just asking:
Do you remember a guy named Schneider that was in the 123rd from 82-87?tess:
would love to look at your pics, fondly remember montieth barracks, furth and nurnberg, barely but fondly.tess:
i think i remember schneiderSchneider:
Tess, who are you?
293)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1 Lewon Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod Mass.
Tuesday, 12. August 2008 13:44 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith barracks from 1960 to 1963 Co.D 2nd M.T.B. 67th Armor we had the only heavy tank Co. in the 67th M103 Tank then later went to the M60 If there is any one out there from that time would like to hear from you.Charlie Brown:
I was at Monteith the same time you were, Nov 1960-Mar 1963, in “C” Btry, 14th Arty.
Got a lot of good memories from this tour of duty. Also met a lot of good people during that time.
292)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; ub2; .NET CLR Casey brwaterdogs@aol.comLocation:
Wednesday, 6. August 2008 23:53 IP:  I remember, Walsh, James mofo Dean, SGT. Chan, Chief, Wolf, Mr. Anderson, Black, The Coon, Maydog, Hoop,Mac, Z-man, C co 123 rd 86-88 then was a dependent for 2 1/2 – 3 years left in 91. Charlie rock, then worked at the car lot by the px called ASC they sold cars to GI’s nothing but a good time only those that were there can understand.Bill Spangler:
Hey casey whats up heres spanky I remember all those guys It has been a long ride 20 years do you remember david mayfeild or Sgt.Redman “REDDOG”
291)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Scott A Ross cessna140driver@gmail.comLocation:
Rockford, IL
Wednesday, 6. August 2008 15:05 Host:  A Co 123 Mt Bn 1974-1976
This site has got me in touch with Rich Wallace, Russ Cyr, Harry Abernathy and Jeff Sutherland. What a cool website, brings back the memories…sr
290)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4   Earl Lee swtearl@yahoo.comLocation:
Tuesday, 29. July 2008 16:52 Host:  Another thing I remember while living on the barracks was all the sexual activity that was going on. I would wake up and my roommate BEAVERS would be having sex with a young lady.
I remember when Gina Brunello came over there….she and I was in AIT together and she was like a cold fish. She was talking to Beavers and I told him…he couldn’t get that…so we placed a 20 buck bet.Well that night she came to the room…then left…he told me to pretend that I was sleeping. Soooo…she comes back…gets in his bed…..gets under that covers and they GO AT IT.
I decided to hit record on my boom box and record the action….so after they were finish and he went to the bathroom I played the recording for her….she was soooooooooo pissed!!!
289)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; Dave Saraga dsaraga1958@msn.comLocation:
Wilmington, DE via NewYork
Saturday, 26. July 2008 16:27 Host:  I was assigned to B Company 123rd from 82 -84. I read mosty everyones posted scripts and I don’t see many people that was in my unit. The reason, I believe is because my unit was like another basic training unit with mechanical work thrown in. B Company was run by a bunch of condecending NCO’s who would write you for the most mox-nix bullsit. People with no reguard for your well being . We’d often had to work long hours while everyone else on post was off. The demands were emormos and NCO’s were all lazy assholes who passed down their obligations to subordinates. They were all-ways at our throats in a school yard bullying way. The good ol’ days weren’t all-ways good. It was so bad that when I went back home on leave, I wrote, FTA with cocaine powder on a mirror. We had an attic full of people who failed piss tests. During the time I was there, the company chaptered out many very good mechanics even though there was a shortage of people. This resulted bad morale and distrust. I couldn’t wait to get to Fort Ord. I wish we had had better NCO’s at the time. Many of friends were uncremonosly chaptered out. The stress was difficult to take.
I guess that’s why I don’t see too many people I knew pot anything.
But I some how got lucky. They assigned me to work the SP Gate. Saw many great concerts, went to many company trips and hung out with many cool dudes from all over the country. I have posted my Army pictures on Classmates. Lots to see, check it out.dave::
looked at your pics on classmates. wonderful! thanks. i remember the 123rd being bad and the guys hated it.
288)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv: Gecko/2008071616 C Rich Saehr rsaehr@cox.netLocation:
Glendale, Az.
Friday, 25. July 2008 14:02 Host:  Stationed at Monteith Barracks from May 61 until Dec 63. Tanker with A Co. 67th armor.Also in HQ co with Davy Crockett Plt.for a year. We were TDY a lot. Hung out mostly at the “Hill Billy Bar” in Nurnberg. Lots of good times.
287)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4 Earl Lee swtearl@yahoo.comLocation:
St Louis
Thursday, 24. July 2008 12:43 Host:  I was stationed there 83-84 was with the 501st S&T. First sargent was called STUMP THE CHUMP. Do I have some good memories from that place. I remember 2 pizza places accross the street from it. One was like a little hut and one was in a building. The smaller one had this FINE young lady working there!!!
286)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4 Kim Knoch kim@jeffknoch.comLocation:
Lynnwood, WA
Saturday, 19. July 2008 12:54 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith from 1980 to 1982. My husband and I are planning a trip to Germany in October and I’d like to show him where I was stationed. Can’t wait to see how things have changed.
285)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; YPC 3.2.0; .NET CLR Ed Stack edstack@prodigy.netLocation:
St. Clair Shores, Michigan
Tuesday, 15. July 2008 12:22 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith from Nov 66 to May 68. I was with A Co 504th S&T maint. I just found this sight and I too was sad to find out the place is gone, those were some great times. I checked all of the postings and didn’t see anyone from my unit, if you’re out there, drop a line
284)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Frank Morrill fjmshm3@hotmail.comLocation:
Friday, 11. July 2008 16:57 Host:  Is The BLUE BELL Gasthaus still in business down by the trolly turn-a-round? in Furth. Had many a good time there.John Fuzi:
It was torn down about 8 yrs ago,the owner’s name was karl,he got killed in a car wreck,his wife took it over,her name was inge.
283)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10_5_4; en-us) AppleWebKit/5 Danniel Kientz Dann@DannielK.comLocation:
Sunday, 6. July 2008 17:58 Host:  I just found this site after reading a post by Tom Stewart I too would like to have my recollections about the Mental Hygiene Consultation Service, 4th AD, circa 1966 Ñ 1967. I also worked with C. A. Smith psychiatrist, Colonel William Mac (who I assume you replaced),Bob Swinter (see picture I just posted), Dennis Hartline, Ed Winereb (where are you), Larry Haddad, John Otopan and others that will come to this rusty brain as I think about them.Except for the fact that we performed ” bloodless surgery”, this could have been a chapter out of Mash. Assigned to a Medical company out of Erlangan, TDY to an Artillery company for food and pay, assigned to the Medical dispensary re assigned to Mental Hygiene unit over the dispensary where we lived on one side of the hallway and our offices and “conferance/dayroom” on the other side. The officer in charge was the psychiatrist (a Captain), The Social Work Officer was a Lt. Colonel.
Nobody at Monteith Barracks real knew what we did or where we should be doing it, i.e. the Genreal’s comments were “oh those are Col. Mack’s boys, (the shrinks), leave them alone”. When alerts were called our duty station was our dayroom. I took over the post projectionist job at the movie theater from Denny Hartline after the took a Euopean out. During the alerts we would watch the current movies in the post theather. Wife Kimiko (Kimi) was assigned to Post Special Services. Would like to hear from others during that tie period.Dan Gossett:
Hello Danniel
I probably met you during that time. I remember Kimiko well.
She must have heard me playing piano in one of the upstairs rooms at the Service Club.
Talked me into participating in the talent contest.
I must still have the certificate for first place – piano solo signed be her.
Thank you and Kimiko for being there. Great job!Danniel Kientz:
Kimi is in the area on a 2 month vacation visiting freinds she made in the Furth area while we were there.
282)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; jeff williams cjjeme@yahoo.comLocation:
Saturday, 5. July 2008 17:44 Host:  Had great times at Monteith back in 82/83. Spent lots of time at connie’s with Buckethead, Noass, Dave, Elbert Dean, Gonzo, Katrin…, Claudia and lots of other great people. MEGA PARTY TIME. Was a great place. Probably best time I had out of 24 years of service.Dominic Delia:
Hey! I remember You! You were the Canvas Man! I remember Dave, No-Ass, Buckethead, Lemke, Rex Armey, Lisa G. Sgt. Priester and a bunch of others. If you see Dave B. ask him if he remembers getting mugged for his chicken coming from the NCO Club! Bucket-Head still owes me a beer for the refrigerator I gave him when I left in 82′.
281)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; FunWebProducts; .NE Robert Swanson rmswow@hotmail.comLocation:
Port Orchard, WA.
Friday, 4. July 2008 11:18 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith 6/68-7/71 with the 1/2/37 Armor HHQ CO. BN Maint. Was a M-88 operator and Mech. My nickname was Shakey with the guys in our unit. If anybody from the old unit is around give me a shout out.Smitty:
I was in Monteith, HHC CO./2/ 37, 10/68-8/70, as a medic,worked in the motorpool mostly, do you remember “zero”.He was on the M88, VTRs. To many years to remember everyone.
280)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; SIMBAR={8AAA4D09-C1   Tonya (Gauthier) Kellum tkellum@tampabay.rr.comLocation:
Thursday, 3. July 2008 20:35 IP:   Hey I was in F Co. 123rd Support Battalion from 1987-1989. I remember our barracks was connected to the 69th Chemical Company. I am trying to locate anyone who was stationed on Monteith at around those dates who was either in F Company, 69th Chem or A Company. Looking for Joy Luna, Shawn aka Bull, Froilan, Melissa Swilley, Moya, Stokes, Carol, Shultze, and well everyone else. Please contact me. You can email me my email address is available in the post. Hope to find you all.
279)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Frank J. Morrill fjmshm3@hotmail.comLocation:
St. Clair, Mn. 56080
Thursday, 3. July 2008 19:26 Host:  I was stationed at Montieth 56/57 in Med.Co. 5th Inf Reg. 8th Inf Div. Great place to be. Was back in Nurenberg in 1981, went to the main px, wow how that had changed. The food was just as good and tasted the same as it did in 57. Looking for anyone from same outfit to get together for a reunion??? some time.Tom Czerwinski:
Finally found a contemporary. I was a radio operator in HQ & HQ Co, 5th Infantry, circa 56-57. Guess you went thru Basic at Ft. Carson., too. If I remember correctly, the Med Co. was originally designated the Ranger Co, but switched with the original Med Co. Always heard the CO of Med Co was a very fine one.When we went Pentomic, I went with the Aviation Co. to a field neaer Baumholder. Still stay in touch with Jim Anthony and Rod Marco.
278)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Dennis Eggerton d_eggerton@newhopeind.comLocation:
Thursday, 3. July 2008 10:28 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith Barracks between February 72 and June 74. 123rd Maint. Batt.
277)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) Eric Hunter edmthunter@att.netLocation:
Austin, TX
Wednesday, 2. July 2008 21:44 IP:  Hello 2 all, special props to the 123rdsb and the great people that made up Foxtrot from 1988-1992.–Holla!!Tonya (Gauthier) Kellum:
I was stationed there from 1987 to 1989 and was in F Company as well. Drop me a line.
276)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1 LeonMangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod Mass
Tuesday, 24. June 2008 17:31 Host:  I was at Monteith from 1960 to 19693 Co D 2nd mtb tank battlion 67 Armor we were the only company that had the M103 Heavy Tank 120 M M Gun 63 Tons later went to the M60 If there is anybody still out there that rembers drop me an E Mail would be great to hear from youDon Morgan:
I don’t remember you but who could forget the M103? I was with B Co. 126th Ord bn (’60 – ’64) working as a Tank Turret/Artillery Repairman and had the opportunity to work on those monster guns. Was glad when the M60 came in and replaced the M103 and the M48.Bruce Saenger:
I was in the third platoon of B Company, 67th Armor from 1961 through 1963. We were on the opposite side of the motor pool from your tank line. We were also glad to see the M-48s retired and replaced by the M-60s…they were much easier to handle on the road and thew weapons system was more “user friendly”!!Joe Goriszewski:
I was stationed there with HQS. Co., 2MTB, 67th Armor, Medical Detachment. I was an aidman/medic, and on occasion supported/was attached to Co. D, when you fellows went to the range. I was also attached to Co. D during Wintershield I. Captain Rivera was the CO when I was there. (Nov 1960-May 1962. Hung out at Charlie’s in Furth, and the Army Hotel in Nurnberg. Really enjoyed myself while there.
275)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Ed Hutson ed_hutson@m-petfilm.comLocation:
Clemson, S.C.
Thursday, 19. June 2008 07:33 Host:  I was with C, 2/37 Armor from May of ’68 to May ’70. Good friends with Jim Strickland, Tom “Pick” Pickavance, and George Scheib. Dennis Healan told me about this site. Great to find it. Look forward to hearing from old friends.t223t:
274)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; InfoPath.1) Pina Russolillo ruspin58@hotmail.deLocation:
Sunday, 15. June 2008 05:34 Host:  Hello Marty,
nice that you answered. My family is doing well. They will close the pizza place this year for good. No one of us wants to go on running the place… different jobs, own lifes and.. it’s just not the same like it used to be. We all miss those times so much 
Hope you’re doing well. Do you have a family, kids?? I have three (3!!!) beautiful children (17,13 and 11 yrs).
I remember the friday nights, the fights for the cabs, our pizza place always crowded… good old times.
Ever been back in Germany???t918t:
pina – i remember your families place. would always stop on the way in and get pomme frites with mayo and cheese. so yummy!! –
273)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.1; AOLBuild 4334.34; Windows GROVER (WILKIE) WILKINSON wilksween@aol.comLocation:
Bay Shore, NY
272)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 Ron Currie mrqcace@yahoo.comLocation:
Monday, 9. June 2008 11:30 Host:  Stationed at Battalion HQ, 2/37th Armor, 1966 to 1968, Colonel Revolinsky. If you download MS virtual earth and view in birdseye level, you can see fairly recent actual pictures of not only Monteith Barracks as it is today, but the whole area as well.t815t:
271)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; ub2; .NET CLR Marty Casey Brwaterdogs@aol.comLocation:
Saturday, 7. June 2008 21:45 IP:  Hello Pina, Yes they were good times. Some good pizza. I would show up with my friends Chief a short stocky american indian he would speak spanish with you and you Father. Also a guy named Greg Wolford and John Zupet who always had his guitar playing songs.You saved us many of nights with your food and putting up with us. Thanks hope all is well with you and familyt556t:
270)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) Dale Goodinson ddg1959@comcast.netLocation:
Friday, 6. June 2008 18:02 IP:  I was at monteith with B co. 123 maint. from 1978-1981 I was also on a contact team assigned to Katterbaugh. Isaw this page and had flashbacks lot of good times and bad!!t646t:
269)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 bill vaughn cloudy01@comcast.netLocation:
new hampshire
Wednesday, 4. June 2008 09:18 Host:  wowowow,this site brings back alot of memories,i was there from 1972 to 1974 with co.b.123rd maintanance bn,1st armored div,those pictures bring back some fond times,i was a macanic back then..when i first got there it was black lites,posters,and ur own furn you could put in ur room,lol,then later on it was outlawed.those were the days!! anyone remember riding the trollie to nurinburg and allso THE WALL?? i loved the great german beer and the women,it was so much funn,it brings a tingle in my tummy!! any1 from those days email me,bill vaughn
268)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Jules Varwig var4@madisontelco.comLocation:
Wednesday, 28. May 2008 21:08 IP:  I was at Monteith from 87-89. D Co 123d SB in the armament section. Our chief was CW3 Bellew. SGT Harris, SGT Gay, SGT Hill, SPC Crockett were some of the others in the section. Anyone remember them or me, drop a line.t864t:
c36ttina kirk melendez:
Is that Bill Hill. I was good friends with him and Steve Brockman, and Bill’s wife Lisa
267)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10_4_11; en) AppleWebKit/525 ray plourde jesrrp@yahoo.comLocation:
round rock tx
Wednesday, 28. May 2008 18:52 Host:  1st platoon a co 67th 6/62–3/64t613t:
c846tJohnnie P Raney , Calif:
Hey there Ray . I got there in 63 and Captain Roache was company commander . You must have had him too . In 64 we went fron the 67 armor to the 37th armor . Just a name change only . You must have rotated before that happened . I have a company picture from 64 and your not in it . Well you tc car Ray …….. Johnnie Raney
266)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1) Pina Russolillo ruspin68@hotmail.deLocation:
Wednesday, 28. May 2008 10:03 Host:  To Ron Hassett and M.Casey:Hi, found this site and was very surprised to see that you guys still remember and talk about me. I’m Pina, the girl in the pizza place called Pizzeria Americana, 1984 til 1989, now a bit older but still rememering you all, maybe not one by one, but I have lots and lots of beautiful memories about that period of time. Will try to put some pics on this site asap. Take care, Pinat888t:
265)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/523.12 (KHTML Jannet Gregory (-Coen) jannetgregory@aol.comLocation:
Montieth Kassserne, 47th Med
Saturday, 17. May 2008 21:15 Host:  Hello! I was stationed as a 91B under Sgt. Journel, Capt. Hall.
I’d love to chat with any ol’ buddies!t482t:
264)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 John Carsello JohnCarsello@aol.comLocation:
Caribou Ranch – Nederland, Co
Friday, 16. May 2008 22:39 IP:  Hello to anyone that was in the 2nd Battalion 14th Artilery Monteith Barracks, Furth Germany 1965-1967 I was your Battalion Clerk, Headquarters Battery. Bowman, where are you?JAMES (JIM) ROBINSON:
Hey John
Good to hear from you.I was there at the same time.i think i remember you.I was in the old mans office several times.Who did you run with and did you hang out at charlies?
I hung out with rose and anton and several others at charlies.My room was on the second floor next door to hq.Do you remember the time anton and me got in a fight on the second floor of barracks and he hit me in the head with his entrenching tool.Wow those were great days.Did you check out the photo section there is a unit picture from 1966?Drop me a e-mail some time the address is on the sitet950t:
I was in Svc Battery, 2/14 artillery, from 64-67, as Battalion maint. clerk. Had light yellow VW. write me. Jack Haikey
263)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Karin Redhead Zuckerwatte58@yahoo.comLocation:
Tuesday, 13. May 2008 08:02 IP:  Wow what a tripp down memorylane.I remember crossing the railroadbridge many times.Getting pizza and climbing through “that hole “in the fence
1972- 1976 t169t:
262)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET Jim Roberts Zahbah2@aol.comLocation:
La Mirada, California
Monday, 12. May 2008 18:51 Host:  I was at Montieth Barracks from January 1959 thru June 1960. M48 Patton Tank Commander in 1st Platoon, Company A, 2nd Medium Tank Battalion, 67th Armor, 4th Armored Division, 7th US Army. My crew won the Draper Trophy in early 1960 on the TCPC in Grafenwohr.
261)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Bob Stewart robert.stewart@nissan-usa.comLocation:
Nashville, TN
Monday, 12. May 2008 18:13 Host:  1st Armored Division Finance Co. / 501st Finance Company 1970-1972t451t:
260)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; FunWebProducts; SLC Dennis Keefe ( BEAM ) chuckkeefe@msn.comLocation:
Sunday, 11. May 2008 16:13 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith Barracks, 1964-1965. I was a wrecker driver for the Recovery Section. Then the company moved over to Darby 1965-66. Had many great times and was stationed with a great bunch of guys. Graf wasn’t too bad until I got caught taking a jeep to a guesthouse. The old man wanted to hang me and put me in the slammer. I remember John Anderson, Penny (Hot Rod), Tedesco, Foster, Doug Rhode (Shithouse Rat). I’d love to hear from any of you!BEAM:
I forgot to include my company: E Company 126 Maintenance.Renata Allbeck:
My dad, Melvin Allbeck was stationed there at the same time. Do you know him? Please email me back. mandsfab@aol.comt916t:
259)IP logged  Mozilla/3.0 WebTV/1.2 (compatible; MSIE 2.0) SFC J. Riddle IFSEA@WEBTV.NETLocation:
Saturday, 10. May 2008 11:18 Host:  Mess Sgt. 2/37ar 65-67t566t:
258)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.0.3 Tom Roadarmel roady94@juno.comLocation:
Colorado springs Co
Wednesday, 7. May 2008 19:59 IP:  I was stationed at monteith from 1979-1980. Assigned to B Co. 501 S&T. I started in the 1st plt and then to 4th truck. My plt Sgt in 1st plt was SSg James Thorne. He and I and Jeff Mumper used to go to volkes marches on the week ends. Those were some very good times.Derrick Brown:
I was at Monteith in 501 S&T B co from 1980-1981. I pcs from Colorado and was assigned to 4th truck for a while. I had an Indian roomate we called “Chief”. I remember Rook was in charge of the supply room. I also remember a Sgt Rios.t90t:
257)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Joel Earnest joel.earnest@amtechtran.comLocation:
Tuesday, 29. April 2008 17:49 IP:  Hi all,
I was stationed at Monteith from March 71 to January 72. I was the company clerk for Co B, 501st S%T Battalion. We had the barracks just to the left as you entered the gate. Anyone need name look-ups for that period for Company B, I have a copy of the November roster.
There was a story going around when I was there about fully fueled and armed German fighters in underground hangers under the airfield (remember those odd slabs on the airfield?) As the story went, the hangers were booby-trapped and that the Army Engineers tried clearing them after the war, but that it had take XX days to clear XXX meters, so they just flooded it all. From what I’ve been able to find out, it’s not true, but it’s a good story.Leroy McKnight “Sgt Mac”:
Hi Joel

Hdqts & A Co 1970-1972

My duty station was at the TSO (Technical Supply Offices) on the mezzine level of the warehouse/hanger SW corner of the post. I can tell you this: Our warehouse had an overhead crane in the ceiling that could cover the entire floor level. On the east side of the floor there were also huge “doors/panels” obviously to lower and raise aircraft from. The crane still worked then, but I never saw the floor doors opened. Also, I had keys to all the mezzine offices, and one weekend I used them to “try” the door at the main level of the staircase (normally used only to access the mezzine level). One of the keys did in fact unlock the door where upon I found stairs going down. I went down to full stories and came upon another door that would have lead to the west or inside of the hanger. However, that door was welded shut completely around the door. So, whoever welded it did NOT want ANYONE accessing it. So I am certain that there were underground facilities in our hanger. Though I not find the first two of them to be flooded, and rumors of loaded planes could never be verified either way. However, as you alluded to, regarding the plates on the air strip… There was always “talk” that planes could be moved from the lower levels could be moved underground directly to the airstrip and raised to ground level. Again, these aircraft transport “tunnels” were never verified. And, what would be the point of having the crane??? So there were some truths to all those rumors, but only that there were at least two levels under the main hanger floor. I hope this helps…

By the way… It saddened me to just now read that Monteith had been “decommissioned” in Sept 1993… I had a LOT of memories there. Not the least of which was the fact that I lived “on the economy” in Oberfurburg a small town due west of Furth. My back yard neighbor was Heir Schickedanz. He owned a Germany wide chain of large department stores… If anyone is interested from his family I still have several “slides” of him and his son on their pony wagon as the “rounded the block”…

I’m going back someday soon just to walk the grounds… smilemynameisgoor:
You are not right.Tom Stalgaitis:
To Sgt Mac, I worked in TSO 68-70, major assemblies clerk while we were 4th Arrored, 126 maint. Only was able to get one level down from the warehouse floor.John Skip Ables:
John “Skip” Ables
Hey Joel,
I remember you and your tattoo LOL. 3rd truck with Picklesimer,Dalton and Moormond, Williams and Hodges. to name a few.
4/71 to 1/73John Skip Ables:
Hi Joel, Yeah I remember you LOL and the tattoo. I bet Risbon nearly crapped the first time he saw it. Ever stay in touch with anyone from over there? I was in 3rd truck with Picklesimer and Dalton. 71-Jan1973
256)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 RICHARD A VECCHIO flyingeagle43@bellsouth.netLocation:
255)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Bill Radune wradune@earthlink.netLocation:
Friday, 25. April 2008 10:57 Host:  I was OIC of the finance officer, June 1967 – Dac 68. My most memorable time was when a duce and a half entered the front gate too wide and took out the guard house in the center of the street.
254)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1) Clark & Debra Schweickart cdsdss@aol.comLocation:
Chandler, Arizona
Thursday, 24. April 2008 22:52 Host:  Clark & I were stationed at Monteith from 1977-1979. We were in B Co 501st S&T. I worked in the orderly room and drove for CPT Moulton & CPT Humphries. Clark was in 4th Platoon. Both of us made the Army our career and have seen alot of old Monteith faces over the years. Was sure glad to find this site. It brought back many memories.Tom Roadarmel:
Hi Ernie and Deb, maybe you remember me as Roady. Ernie and I were in 4th truck together,I was in 3rd platoon. Anyone ever hear from Mike Shughart, aka sugar bear, remember Mary Beth Cargo? Man what a great time that was.
253)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; FunWebProd Terri Terri0760@aol.comLocation:
Wednesday, 23. April 2008 08:34 Host:  To whom this may concern, I bought a house years ago and upon exploring the attic I found a photo album in good shape
The owner was George H. Kline.
The family left it like trash so I wanted someone to have it that would take some pride in it. Please e-mail me
if you are that person. Thankst442t:
252)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1) T Perkins prknst2t@aol.comLocation:
Thursday, 17. April 2008 22:18 Host:  77-78, hq 123rd maint, had some good times there
251)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; FunWebProducts; .NE James Groess jimgroess@yahoo.comLocation:
Thursday, 17. April 2008 19:14 IP:  Company Clerk A Battery 2nd to the 14th artillery. 1967 to 1969JIM ROBINSON:
hey james
Welcome to the web site there are several guys from the 14th on this site.I was at monteith from last of 64 to feb of 67.I was in hq battery.Do you know about the 14th web site?Where did you hang out in Furth?Good to talk to you drop me a e-mail
250)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows 98; 3305) Henry Turcotte ingehenry@hotmail.comLocation:
Harrisville, R.I.
Tuesday, 15. April 2008 19:52 IP:  B. Co. 123rd Maint Bn. 74 to the end of 76. 63H mechanic. Drove one of those crazy race cars. Is Sgt Dudeck out there?
249)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Richard Poulin rpoulin@comcast.netLocation:
Gainesville Va.
Tuesday, 15. April 2008 16:54 Host:  I was there from 74 Thur 79 at B company 501st maintenance section. My Top was Platt and motor daddy was Sfc Steenken. This web page is starting to look like a reunion. Hint Hint. Larry Salo:
Ok , I vote you grand puba, start planning the reunion. How about sometime in 2010?chuck loso:
great web site. seen a lot of old buudies on this site go for the reunion like larry said
248)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1) larry stickler (tiny) larry_stickler@hotmail.comLocation:
Tuesday, 15. April 2008 16:17 IP:  I was stationed at monteith from Jun 76 to Oct 78.Worked as a mechanic and wrecker driver for B co s&t bn. Worked for Sgt. Poulin and Sgt.Sexton. Web site brings back lots of memories.
247)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 Armando Nava navadad@aol.comLocation:
Santa Paula, California
Sunday, 13. April 2008 22:32 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith, B Co, 123 Support BN, from 1978 to 1979. I was a SP5, 52D.
246)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 Tim Lally tlally99@swbell.netLocation:
St. Louis, MO
Saturday, 12. April 2008 11:56 Host:  1982-1984 123rd Maintenance Battaliontim::
82-84 dmmc the other side of the barracks.tess jones:
i am slow at this, tim i was in dmmc 82-84 other side of base.
245)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; de; rv: Gecko/200803 Thomas Weber thomasweber@usa.comLocation:
Saturday, 12. April 2008 00:12 Host:  Hi,
Does anybody remember SGT Thomas Jameson. He was 71-Feb.72 there.
244)IP logged  Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/200 Bruce W. Saenger bsaenger@saengerconsulting.comLocation:
Waterville Valley, NH
Friday, 11. April 2008 13:40 Host:  I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1961 through 1963 in third platoon, Bravo Company, 67th Armor. 1st LT Kent Harrison was our Company Commander.
243)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322;   Duane Heighton  Location:
Massillon, Ohio
Wednesday, 9. April 2008 13:30 Host: Just signing the guestbook. Was stationed with the 529th ORD Co. between Nov 1985-Nov 1988Tonya (Gauthier) Kellum:
Hey Duane, I was in F Company 123rd support 1987-1989. So we were there around the same time, at least for a short time. Thought I would say hello to someone else from the base.
242)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0 Joseph Martin Jr. joannm9@verizon.netLocation:
Annapolis, Md 21403
Tuesday, 8. April 2008 12:56 Host:  I was at Montieth from 1959-61. D-67-detailed to gate guard 6 months 1960. Crewed on M-103 rest of stay. Many stories to tell. Homebase in Furth was Gaststate zum schnepper.Pfister str. Mutti kept us afloat with credit until payday. Saw her in 1982 & 84. Great lady. She is gone now and so is Schneppers.
241)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1 Leon Mangano mrmopa@aol.comLocation:
Cape Cod MA
Friday, 4. April 2008 07:57 Host:  I was at Monteith from 1960 to 1963 Co D 67 Armor we had the M103 heavy tanks and later went to the M60 any one rember Charlies Pig Pen and th wall city too great placses Gene Ray from Oklahoma you out there??? Jejj Running you out there?
240)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727) Charlie Brown ch.brown@att.netLocation:
Tuesday, 1. April 2008 21:37 IP:  I was at Monteith from Nov 1960-Mar 1963
in “C” Battery/14th. I remember Charlie’s place very well and “Charlie” took care of me a few times. Does anyone remember the “Colibri”? I was there when the “wall” started and the standoff in Oct 62 with Russia about the missiles in cuba.larry cummings:
Charlie, I was in Hq Battery ’60-’61. Sure do remember Colibri, and when I was there it was Charlie’s Pig Pen, not just Charlies. The image I will always have of the Pig Pen was sitting across from a couple of lovely looking young ladies, watching them eat and suddenly one of them reaching into her mesh bag and pulling out a bottle of Old Spice after shave lotion and dousing her underarms and handing it to her friend and she doing the same. Old Spice brought a good penny on the black market.Jack Haikey:
I remember the Colibri (?), it was first bar I visited, a fight broke out, whole place was in uproar, I wanted to stay and see, but buddies said Let’s go before MPs get here. Was in 2/14 artillery, Battalion Mnt. clerk. 64-67.
239)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; FunWebProducts; .NE Jim Groess  Location:
Tuesday, 1. April 2008 12:34 IP: Company clerk Abtry 2nd 14th Artillery
238)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1) Bruce F bfutrell@bellsouth.netLocation:
Norcross, Ga
Monday, 31. March 2008 16:54 Host:  I was with the 1st AD Band, Oct 72-Oct 74. Played the drums, drank beer, smoked……, stayed just out of trouble. Had a great time!!Dan G. Gardner:
I remember partying with you alot.I was pvt Gardner the Indian guy from Wisconsin. Good times!
237)IP logged  Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322; Dick Marnell dickmarnell@cableone.netLocation:
Bartlesville, OK
Saturday, 29. March 2008 14:02 IP:  I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from July, 1964 until July 1966. I was in the HQ company, 2nd battalion, 37th armor Division.I enjoyed your web site.