|236) Sp4 C dog email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 24. March 2008 11:24 IP: 18.104.22.168 Hangman, How the hell are you? Z told me he was talking to you. The cave will live on. Charlie Rock all swolled up. Drop me a line George ( hangman) Langfor:|
my number is 202.488.2687
|235) Jerry Wilson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 23. March 2008 09:31 Host: cache-mtc-af08.proxy.aol.com I was in 47th Med Bn 1974-78. Found a few of our folks, looking to find more. Anyone know of anyone drop a line.|
|234) Dennis Healan email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 22. March 2008 22:09 IP: 24-240-22-213.dhcp.athn.ga.charter.com Company clerk with Charlie Co 2nd Bn 37th Armor from mid 67 to Feb 69. Just now stumbled onto this site. Would like to hear from anyone there during that time. Can’t believe it’s been 40 years.Jim Groess:|
I was company clerk Abtry 2nd 14th artillery 67-69Ron Currie:
Hey Dennis: I received your email, but was on a trip overseas and now can’t find it. I was S1 clerk at Bat HQ 2/37th Armor June 66 to June 68. I remember Malinoski, Walther and Bunn (who came later), Lt. Pantalion, Sgt.Green and a few others, from the different companies. We had a great bunch of guys. I am going back to Furth for a visit next October (08) and will pass by to see if anything is left of the place.
|233) Clark & Debra Schweickart firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Chandler Az 85286
|Friday, 21. March 2008 21:15 Host: cache-ntc-ad02.proxy.aol.com Hey Nick Salvatore I was your Squad Leader. Along with Sgt Pack.|
|232) Nick Salvatore email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 21. March 2008 13:33 Host: ool-44c3bc98.dyn.optonline.net I was stationed atmontieth barracks from July 76 to march 79 co b 501st s+t 4th truck would like to hear from anyone during that time .Thomas Lewandowski (AKA S:|
I must have arrived just as you were leaving. I was a crewchief on a OH-58, the helicopter detachment that was stationed there. We were housed with the 69th chemical Co.
|231) George Langford ” SGT. HOOAAH firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 21. March 2008 13:00 IP: 22.214.171.124 John and Jill glad to see you are out there, Being an orginal member of the “CAVE” I am so glad the tradition has carried on. I is pretty cool seeing some of the old names. John I never got to take you for that lighter,and thank you to Jill.Laurie:|
I am a very good friend of George Langford “SGT HOOAAH”, do you have any great stories to share
|230) Rosetta Ellis email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 20. March 2008 20:18 Host: host-24-225-148-73.patmedia.net I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1990-1991 with A Co. 123rd SB. I worked in the supply room and as unit armorer. I also was the only girl on the A-Co softball team If anyone knows me, feel free to drop me an e-mail — it would be great to hear from you.|
|229) Thomas Lewandowski Lewan278@adelphia.netLocation:|
Western New York
|Thursday, 20. March 2008 19:06 Host: cpe-74-77-217-118.buffalo.res.rr.com I was stationed at Monteith airfield from Feb 79-Sept 81, A Det. A Co 501st Combat Aviation Battalion. We were housed with the 69th chemical Co. I had too many good times… I would like to here from anyone who was stationed there when I was there….Ski|
|228) Phil Budden firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 18. March 2008 10:34 IP: 126.96.36.199 Hi|
I am trying to locate Monteith Barracks
There is no address list on the website.
Can anyone give me a google maps link.
Thanks. Phil Buddenanthony loyola:
try (vacher sta.262) that was the bar addy. across the front gate.thomas:
Vacher Strasse 262, 90768 Fuerth, Germany
|227) David Miller email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 16. March 2008 17:45 Host: adsl-76-244-9-90.dsl.bcvloh.sbcglobal.net I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 84-87. I started off with B Co 47 Med BN which changed to C Co 1st Support BN. I would love to here from anybody assigned to those 2 Companies to discuss some good times.D. Cavalletti:|
I was in D co 123rd from 85-90. Mabey you remember me? I married a german tha is why I sayed there so long
i knew some people in d company. steward, hosea…
|226) Marth Christensen firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Seattle, retired Boeing
|Saturday, 8. March 2008 15:57 Host: c-71-231-206-140.hsd1.or.comcast.net Hi,|
I was in the 2/14 Arty from OCT 63 thru JUN 65 when I went to Karlsruhe. Forward Observer and motor officer for a while and then XO at A Btry with CPT Bill Bakkeby and MSG Chepeus. Lived at the BOQ and played a lot of foosball with Bob Allen and Ed Donati. Ed is the one who led us on a wrong turn on the Autobahn on the way to Graff and the convoy ended up doing a U-Turn on the autobahn. I kept in contact with Bobby Moore and Hans Dallhausen for a while but lost contact some time ago. Still in contact with Ed donati in San Jose.
I visited Monteith in NOV 2007 and my photos are under “Marth1941” photos.
Thanks for the great site.
|225) paul r myers aka “lil sarge” email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 1. March 2008 12:50 Host: ip72-219-222-177.dc.dc.cox.net i was stationed at montieth barracks from may 1959 to may 1961 in 14th arty i frequented charlie’s place and now have great memories!|
|224) Russ Gilliland firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 26. February 2008 18:45 Host: c-67-184-192-80.hsd1.il.comcast.net hI EVERYONE i WAS STATIONED AT mONTEITH BARRACKS FROM70-72 oUR COMPANY COMMANDER WAS CAPT.MCCOY wE HAD GFREA DUTY,NEVER GOING TO THE FIELD AS THEY WERE AFRAID WE WOULD THE PAY RECORDS . I WORKED AT THE GOLF COURSE ON WEEKENS TO MAKE EXTRA. WOULD BE GLAD TO HEAR FROM ANYONE IN THAT TIME PERIOD.Bob Stewart:|
Please forgive the lack of memory on my part but I was also assigned to the 501st Finance Co. / 1st Armoed Division Finance Co. during that same period and after Cpt McCoy rotated out….I very well remember Cpt McCoy (I went to BAMA and he was a Notre Dame guy; we constantly argued about who had the best football team & coach)…Cpt McCoy, Col Vazquez, Lt. David Tucker, SFC Larry Duke, SSG Bill Logsdon, Spc 4 Mark Rigdon, Spec 4 Richard Trapp, PFC Stephen North, PFC Ron Wilkes…I can name many of the guys that I spent time with…the exchange rate was 4:1, beer was excellent, schnitzel was hard to beat and Charlies was always good for a crowd…I also remember a great place in downtown Nurnberg called Alpino’s (Italian / German).. have had a corporate career with Nissan North America, Inc., since those days…I still maintain a friendship with (2) of the guys that I mentioned above and see them about once a year..I stumbled onto this site while doing other research about Germany for a friend…your comment above is very true…the field guys were always fearful of the Finance guys…did not want their pay being forwarded to the abyss…one of the guys that I played a lot of golf with (at the Montieth Golf Course) was Ron Wilkes…excellent golfer from Jackson, MS…anyway, excellent to hear from someone else that had the opportunity to eat one fo the Pizza’s from the little joint just outside the front gate at Montieth…TOMMY HARRIS AKA: ZONKER:
I TOO WAS STATIONED AT 1ST AD FINANCE UNDER CAPT MCCOY…HE WAS A GREAT OIC…BIG NOTRE DAME FAN….LOST A BET WHEN NOTRE DAME SPANKED ALABAMA IN SOME BOWL IN EITHER 71 OR 72…HE USED TO ALWAYS GIVE US PARTIAL PAYS WHEN WE WOULD GET SHORT….HAD A COUPLE OF ROOMMATES WHILE I WAS THERE…STEVE TRYKAR FROM DOWNEY CALIF AND MILES SHIROMA(SP?) FROM HAWAII….HAD SOME GREAT TIMES…DRANK LOTS OF TUCHER BEER AND SMOKED A LOT OF HASH….AMONG OTHER ILLEGAL THINGS (WHICH I WON’T GO INTO..DON’T WANT TO INCRIMINATE ANYONE….ALSO PLAYED GUITAR WITH SOME GUYS…GENE THOMSON(PEORIA ILLINOIS), JIM FARMER(INDIANA) RICH ALANIZ(MICHIGAN) MIKE VANCE(KENTUCKY) KERRY KNOCKLE(NOT SURE WHERE FROM…BUT COULD SING!!)….LATER STATIONED AT 501ST S & T HHC AS COMPANY KEYPUNCHER….NEVER WENT TO THE FIELD….LITERALLY HAD IT MADE….PARTIED WAY TOO MUCH….ANYONE REMEMBER, PLEASE EMAIL ME: TOMMY.HARRIS1@ATT.NET
|223) Teresa Heylek AuntieTeeTee@att.netLocation:|
|Tuesday, 26. February 2008 09:33 Host: adsl-99-165-253-187.dsl.dytnoh.sbcglobal.net I was stationed at Monteith, B Co 123 Support BN 1988 to 1990. Loved it there. Loved Germany. Beautiful country. Met my husband there, so this place holds a special place in my heart.|
|222) Ron Currie email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 24. February 2008 19:26 Host: adsl-75-0-216-150.dsl.bumttx.sbcglobal.net I was a clerk in Battalion HQ, 2/37th Armor, with Colonel Philip Revolinsky. Served from June 66 to June 68. Its great to see some of the old pics. Email if wanting to share memories.|
|221) KEITH GOUGH firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 22. February 2008 21:36 Host: c-76-99-135-225.hsd1.nj.comcast.net I WAS STATIONED AT MONTEITH BARRACKS WITH A co. 501st S&T BTN FROM NOV.1976 TILL JAN 1979. I’M TRYING TO FIND ANY INFORMATION ON CAROL TALLY ALSO FROM A co.501st S&T BTN. SHE WAS FROM UPPER DARBY, PA.|
I WORKED IN THE P.O.L. SECTION,AND LATER BECAME THE C.O. DRIVER FOR CAPT. LARRY FLINN,AND LATER LT. LAWRENCE PIZZI
WOULD ENJOY HEARING FROM ANYBODY THAT WAS THERE AT THE SAME TIME.
|220) Larry Rogers email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 22. February 2008 12:13 Host: host-72-174-121-162.cra-co.client.bresnan.net I was stationed at Montieth from 72-75 with B Co 501 S&T. I remember “Shorty” a mechanic named Chase, the pizza place and bar a bunch of us used to go to down town, for the life of me I can not remeber the name of it. Used to get pretty wasted back then. LB Moermond:|
You were in 3rd truck with me. I also remember Shorty and Randy Chase. We must have taken you to Charlie Bar.
|219) manuela firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 16. February 2008 14:41 Host: pD9E5F69B.dip.t-dialin.net Hello everybody,|
I just found this page and was hoping someone could help me.
I have finally made it to gather some information about my grandfather and I am looking for him now. It would be awesome to finally get to know about my roots.
His name is Milton C. Jones and he was stationed in Schwabach somewhen in between 1954 – 1956. Any info would be greatly appreciated!! My E-Mail is email@example.com
Thank you all very much in advance!!!
|218) Darrin Cavalletti firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 14. February 2008 11:24 Host: n128-227-13-145.xlate.ufl.edu Was stationed in Mopntheith from 1985-1990. Loocking for anyone that remembers me. Delta Comp. 123rd.. My 1st sergant name was Goodwin|
|217) Darrin Cavalletti Location:|
|Thursday, 14. February 2008 09:27 Host: n128-227-13-145.xlate.ufl.edu Was in Montheith 1985-1990. Anyone that knows me please e mail me.|
|216) sfc gerald hooper retired email@example.comLocation:|
monteith HQ&A CO 47TH MED
|Wednesday, 13. February 2008 10:54 IP: 188.8.131.52 WAS ASSIGNED TO HQ AND ACO 1973-1976|
ENJOYED THE TIME AT FRG AND HAVE CONTACTED SOME OF THE ONE WE PARTY WITH
HOPE TO HEAR FROM MORE OF THE OLD CREW;;;
|215) Gordy Thomas firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
|Tuesday, 12. February 2008 16:57 Host: ppp-70-250-201-16.dsl.ksc2mo.swbell.net For all who used to go to the EM/NCO/OFFICERS Clubs:My two bands (“Six Pack” and “Gordy Thomas and CREW”) used to play all around Southern Bavaria.I’ve written a lot of songs since then, and anyone is welcome to download the free .mp3 files listed on my site at gordythomas.com please disregard the fact that there are also song files for sale on the page, as it is not my intent to get you to buy anything. I just thought some of the FOB (Friends of The Bands) might be interested in hearing what I’ve been doing in Nashville.And to all combat veterans, “Welcome Home!”|
|214) Charles Marino email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 10. February 2008 18:30 Host: pool-151-203-118-79.bos.east.verizon.net I was with Co C 67th Armor also in Hdqs Co, for a while.was a tank driver.the best years of my life. i’m so happy to find this site ,i was told about it from another member.i was in germany from 5-60 to 2-63 i have so many memories i sure would like to hear from you guys from this time period. Winter shield manuver, tank 7th army gunnery shoot at graffenwhore,monthly alerts, tank that blew up in the motor pool, sgt. boheller(1st sgt)capt george j. martin,leut martin plasmyer,major john burney, col. littleton. 504th avition with the l-19 (bird dogs)and all the old sirkosky helicopters.guys i’ve been looking for years–Rodney Creppel,Peter Link como sect or scout plt.Mouse Callahan,Kevin Moaxley,Sammy Smoot tank loader,Michael j Eilers co. clerk,and God so many more ,iI know alot of years have gone by but thease men were my real friends,i would like to hear from them or anybody that was there 1960-1963Dave Shannon “C” Co. 1957:|
Glad to see you found the site and enjoyed it. Looking forward to seeing you at the 2/67th Armor, 4th AD reunion in Ponca City OK in May 2008. You will feel young again.
|213) Martin (Marty) Chrastil firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 10. February 2008 09:11 IP: 184.108.40.206 I was stationed at Monteith from 1972 through 1974 in the 501st S&T. I remember the little pizza place at the main gate. Great Pizza (at least I thought so when I was there, but then again, all we had was the mess hall …I had a good frend named Steven Passner. I wish I could find him. He lived at the time in New Jersey. He always shared his Pizzza with me cause I was always broke, and he loved at that German memorabilla (sp).Years later I made a friend, and later found out he was a coper pilot, then later to find out he served in Germany, than later to find out, he was stationed at Monteith Barracks… He was my roomate her in Littleton for three years… His name is Jessie Fuentas..Later,Marty SP4, now a Peace Corps Volunteer Applicant going to Belize in June 08’….|
|212) Al Pittsinger Apitts17@aol.comLocation:|
Ashville , Pa.
|Friday, 8. February 2008 10:21 Host: pool-96-233-254-248.altnpa.east.verizon.net Ernie, I have a pic of the FU–123 license plate from when I was there from 68-70. Back then we were the 126th in the 4th AD.I looked for the same plate with 126 on it but never found one. I heard that every time the person that had that plate put a new one on his car that it got stolen. Go figure. Tom:|
Alan, Searching for a FU-126 plate was also one of our favorite past times. I compromised with the one I found, posted it on the Furth photo gallery.Chuck:
Was with 126 and 123 Maint 70-72. Got out of the army here, married a German Lady.
My sister-outlaw, worked at the German vehicle registration. I had FU-** 123 as a plate for my TR-6, and FU-** 444 for my VW Camper.
Also had a set stolen once.
Chuck Wallis, HQ, 123d
|211) Ernie Trotter email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 5. February 2008 10:17 IP: 12-226-44-166.client.mchsi.com I was at Monteith barracks from Aug 76 – June 78. i was a mechanic in B Co 123rd Maint Co. I hope everyone remembers the FU series of license plates comrad had.Bob Lembke:|
B co 123rd attached to 280th Ord Det in Schwabach. I was a 63H track Mechanic
I lived in Schwabach from 4/82 – 6/85
|210) William (Jim) Riherd firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 2. February 2008 22:06 Host: pell-05-0307.dsl.iowatelecom.net I was stationed at Montieth Barracks July 1964 thru 1965. 2nd Bn/14th Arty. A,B,and Hq. Bty’s. In the FO Section. This is a great web site. Brings back alot of memories. I have an old (64+65) 8mm film of the area, but not sure how to get it on the computer. On Courtesy Patrol we always had to patrol that famous Nurnberg tourest area “Pig Ally”.|
|209) Bob Taylor email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 1. February 2008 14:49 IP: 66-194-145-20.static.twtelecom.net Was stationed with the 404 MP Detachment from 1968 to 1970|
|208) Jim Robinson TRPLEJIM@AOL.COMLocation:|
|Monday, 28. January 2008 13:58 Host: adsl-074-247-060-042.sip.hsv.bellsouth.net Great to have found several guys from the 2/14 at Monteith.Most of the guys in the guestbook there from 64-67.I would like to hear from any of the guys that might have pictures that are not in the photo section.Those pictures bring back a lot of memories hope maybe there are more out there.Would be great if we could have a reunion befor we all get to old to travel lol.I was in Germany in 2002 but did not make it to Furth wish i could have.If any old buddies from HQ out there drop me a e-mailJim Robinson|
|207) David Whiteley firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 18. January 2008 09:59 Host: host-199-001-133-152.dhcp.fewpb.net I was at Monteith from 87-90. I was in Aco 123rd, worked at the2/4 warehouse. I roomed with Rudy Saldana, Thomas Johnson. Hung out with Billy Stewart, Scott Moon. Dated Lisa Sokolowski for a while. Anyone from Aco or Monteith feel free to contact me.|
|206) Guy R. Qualls email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 16. January 2008 20:54 Host: nsc69.38.88-77.newsouth.net 69th Cehmical – 1ST AD|
when were you there ?
|205) Gene L Bush firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 14. January 2008 17:50 Host: gate2-norfolk.nmci.navy.mil Just found this site today. I was in Co B 2nd BN 37 Armor in 66-67. Brings back some good memories. If anyone else out there was from the same period email me.Mike Johns:|
Could not get to your e-mail address.Have you been in contact with any of ” the boys”? My god we are getting over 30.Remember Jacobson.
|204) dick fisher email@example.comLocation:|
beaverton, oregon 97007
|Saturday, 12. January 2008 12:11 Host: pool-96-225-199-141.ptldor.fios.verizon.net I was stationed at monteith from 1954 thru 1956. I was attachwed to HQ Company with the Security Police. I’ve tried to look up some of my army friends but have not any luck. I have alot of fond memories of this area.Ed Leighton:|
I am looking for information about a Sgt Jack A. Blank. I know that he was stationed in the area in 1955, and had a daughter while he was there. If anyone has information about him his grandchildren would like to know.I married his daughter and she passed away in 1986. Thanks for your help. firstname.lastname@example.org
|203) Dan Gardner email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 10. January 2008 12:37 Host: CPE-24-208-53-46.new.res.rr.com I was stationed with HHC Discom then 123rd Main.Bn from 1972 through 1975. In the motor pool but mostly as a Company driver. I drove the “Magic Bus” to the PX and Hospital but sometimes we went on some “private Excursions” with a few of my friends. Any body Remember?|
|202) Paula Davette Chavez firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Monteith Barracks 1985-1987
|Thursday, 3. January 2008 22:53 Host: cpe-24-242-15-133.elp.res.rr.com I am so glad I was given this site, thanks Hines!|
|201) Robert Gooch email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 3. January 2008 20:48 Host: h253.161.91.75.ip.alltel.net I was at Monteith Barracks June 67 thru Nov. 68 att.to 144th. Sig.Support Plt.|
in motor pool and later courier from Furth to Bamberg. Great website. If I can locate any photos,I’ll send them
|200) Jerry Wilson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 3. January 2008 12:28 Host: cache-mtc-ag09.proxy.aol.com I was there in Hq & A co 47th Med Bn. from 1973-78. I have found a few of the folks from our time. Would love to find more if possible. No clues about Doug Forsythe, sure would like to find him. Also would like to find Pop Black, any clues? Anyhow Happy New Year to you all.|
|199) Dominic Delia email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 2. January 2008 22:45 IP: 220.127.116.11 Great Site! Lots of memories come flying back. I was a machinist in Co. B 123rd Maint. Bn. S&R platoon from 12/80 to 12/82. What a riot! I remember guarding the damn front and back gate as an SP. I also remember getting dragged down to the “Wall” for my Platoon Initiation. God Bless the Cold War! Dve Saraga.:|
I got to B Co. 123rd around April of ’82. Assigned to the Mech Maint. platoon. For about 2 months we had to work 18 hour days including some weekends. I remember 1st Stg Randolph, what a scum bag. The most repressive unit there ever was. Had to work long hours, fixing trucks, because of a backlog from the Jimmy Carter administration. I also worked the front gate as an SP.
|198) karen firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 30. December 2007 16:38 Host: dslb-088-065-049-196.pools.arcor-ip.net 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 jear 1953/54, than my Daddy was born in August 1954.
If anybody auot there got some photos or anything else Please send it to me.
Tanks for all
|197) Leon Mangano email@example.comLocation:|
Cape Cod MA
|Tuesday, 18. December 2007 08:58 Host: cache-dtc-ag09.proxy.aol.com I was stationed at Monteith from 1960 to 1963 Co D 2nd Med Tank Bt. 67th Armor looking for any one from Co D Gene Ray from Oklahoma or Jeff Running any one rember Charlies pig pen down town great bar.|
|196) Richalen E. Hines Richalen.Hines@Amedd.army.milLocation:|
Ft. Bragg, NC
|Thursday, 6. December 2007 16:05 Host: wom240-249.wamc.amedd.army.mil I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1984-1989. I started off in HSC, 47th Med Bn, F Co, 123rd Spt Bn, and ended in HHD 123rd Spt Bn. There are so many people that I would like to hear from including a couple of people from 69th Chem. If anyone remembers Paula Bell she is now SGM Chavez.A. loyola-69th motor pool:|
hey i was in the 69th from oct.86 to july 88 who did you know from the 69thHines:
Did you know Thomas Holmes, Palmer, Singleton, SSG Moore, Mayberry, Bonita Brown all from 69th Criminals, sorry Chemical(LOL)a. loyola:
i knew ssg moore and palmer the rest are a little fuzzy and we were pretty criminalistic lol ( you had to know boggy .).Hines:
No, I don’t remember boggy. SSG Moore is retired and lives in Newport News, VA. I have not seen Palmer since Germany. Do you remember Horton?morel:
Palmer was my SQD LDR in 69th, i bumped into him and Singleton in Saudi. i think he got out right after DStorm.Hines:
what about singleton?
|195) Charlotte White firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Lake Park, GA
|Monday, 3. December 2007 01:06 IP: 18.104.22.168 I was in HHC DISCOM on Monteith 85-88. I was a cook at Northfork mess hall these years. Looking for old friends, especially Kristen Mikec, also a cook. Anyone that rembers me or Ivan deleon from F Company, can contact me at Charly31636@gmail.com. Thanks. Hines:|
Yes I knew Deleon, sorry to hear that he passed.Charlotte:
My only child is de León’s. He’s in college now.Hines:
Again, I am sorry to hear that Deleon passed away. May he RIP..
Here are the cooks that I remember during 84-89. SSG Pinder, SFC Kitchen, SFC BEll, SFC James, and PFC Stables(Sassy).Stephon Warren:
I remember Deleon very well, i was his PSG for a short period of time. He was a great soldier and even better person.
|194) Sandra Moss email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 28. November 2007 20:29 Host: adsl-61-27-128.asm.bellsouth.net I was on Monteith 76-79 DMMC|
Hey I am so happy to find this site, I have being trying to locate several people; Cedric Groom, Bro “T”, Gloria Baxter, Gloria Strickland, and so many more..e-mail me if you know me as well..I played basketball and softball in the championships, would love to hear from you guysT Perkins:
Sandra i rember you this is (T)
talked to you a while back,looking for connie hawkins,and DJ, JOJO, and Rainey.
|193) Jill Campbell aka Jill Zupet firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 27. November 2007 22:25 Host: ip70-190-152-11.ph.ph.cox.net |
C. Co. 123rd Support Bn. 1987 til May 1990. A whole lifetime ago. What a cool site.
|192) John ‘ZMAN’ Zupet email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 23. November 2007 15:14 Host: ip70-190-158-73.ph.ph.cox.net I was a ‘CAVE’ dweller of C company 123 SB in 87 to 90. Any of you ‘champs’ out there, drop me a letter, would love to hear from you. So many good times and memories jamming guitar on the ‘strass’ and getting ‘swolled’ with my Rad’s! Oh, did I forget to mention the ‘Fritz’ parties in the Furth Stat Park?! Haahaa!!!Jeff Oswald:|
You was one of the first people I met when i got assigned to Cco .Still got a pic of you when you was playing your guitar in the talent show.SPC Jeff(OZZY) Oswald
|191) Tom Harris firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 19. November 2007 23:38 Host: adsl-074-184-037-031.sip.asm.bellsouth.net I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1971-1974…..first with 1st Armored Division Finance and also 501st S&T HHC….had a blast….partied way too much….nickname was Zonker…tommy:|
used to play guitar with some awesome dudes…jim farmer(indiana), gene thompson(illinois), michael vance(kentucky), rich alaniz(michigan), dale puricelli(buffalo, ny)…..we had some great jam sessions!!!!Bobby Stewart:
I stumbled onto this site purely by accident…what a find! I was a part of the 1st Armored Division Finance Company as well…I recall more beers that I can recount with you and others…you and I would always have conversations about Valdosta High School football….you had another running buddy…nic name “Nip”…the young Japanese guy that ran the computers…I remember the first time that he ever saw snow (as I recall, he grew up in Hawaii)…Capt McCoy, Lt. Dave Tucker, SFC Larry Duke, SSg Bill Logsdon, PFC Steve North, PFC Ron Wilkes, Spec 4 Richard Trapp…many others…how do I remember these names? I have no clue…they sort of all came back to me when I found this site while doing research on another project…anyway, I remember you very well…hope all is well in your world.TOMMY(ZONKER):
I HAVE A NEW EMAIL: TOMMY.HARRIS1@ATT.NETTOMMY:
NEW EMAIL: TOMMY.HARRIS1@ATT.NETTommy:
Bobby…sorry I don’t remember you…I do remember Sgt. Logdson(sp?)…remember when he got a new car…some little Fiat sports car…also remember Wilkes…those were some really weird times…got into the “illegal” things a little too much…but I survived…thank God….spent many nights jamming away on the guitar….had a blast…
|190) Derrick brown email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 19. November 2007 22:01 IP: 70-228-227-21.classicrealtors.com I was in 501st S&T B company. We were Truckers. I was there from 1980-1981. I was a delinquent soldier and got into trouble all the time. I ran with Slyvester Hughely, Mcgowan, and George Johnson. I was in 4th truck and got sent down to 3rd Truck. I had an Indian roommate we called “Chief”. I remember “Houghy Bear”, Drac, William Bethea, T-bone, E-bone, Rick Ragland and Lisa, I had a great time.|
|189) james mahoney Location:|
|Friday, 9. November 2007 02:45 Host: cpe-204-210-104-152.hawaii.res.rr.com Check this out go to http://www.fallingrain.com then click directory of cities and towns in world, then click on Germany,then on Alphbetical listings click on V, then Va,then Vach, this was a small town out side of Montieth. Then click on Satelite,and Zoom in.If you stayed a whole tour of 3yrs you shound be able to find Montieth. I found the Apartments where my wife and I lived. If you want you can go to Furth and find some of the guesthouses you drank at. Well good luck. mahoneyJohn Fuzi:|
Just go to google earth and put in vach,germany and it goes to it ,much better
|188) Jim Groess Location:|
|Tuesday, 6. November 2007 15:57 IP: 208-38-100-114.static.izoom.net I was in A Btry 2nd 14th Artillery|
1968 and 1969 please contact emailJIM ROBINSON CULLMAN ALA:
I was in HQ 2ND 14TH 65-67 just missed you .Had some great times.Drop me a e-mailRobert Davison:
Jim, I was the company clerk for A btry wnd 14th Artillery in 66-67 under MSG Chepeus and Cpt. Darrow. Did you replace me.
|187) Christine Martin (Frenchy) firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 1. November 2007 11:33 IP: 22.214.171.124 I was in c ompany 1st SB, made some great friend that have not spoken to in many years. I arrived a high schooln graduate and left as an adult. If any one in c company during 1987-1989,I am trying to locate my best friend Beth kossen(Holbrook)John Zupet:|
John Zupet here, I was in 123 SB C company in 87-90 as well. I was in 3rd shop, then motor pool. I found this site and couldnt believe it, so many memories, so many german beers!eric smith:
My name is eric smith aka smittee, and I was assigned to charlie rock commel from 87-89. Nice to hear from everyone. SO MANY GREAT MEMORIES!!eric smith:
My name is eric smith aka smittee, and I was assigned to charlie rock commel from 87-89. Nice to hear from everyone. SO MANY GREAT MEMORIES!!
|186) pvt haynes email@example.comLocation:|
a co. 123rd mt..
|Wednesday, 24. October 2007 06:38 Host: c-68-51-234-49.hsd1.fl.comcast.net mohoney,,,,yes i was is that ware house,,my mos ???? any thing they found for me to do,,i mostly worked with sgt brown and sgt ferris mahoney:|
yeah, haynes. I think the person I’m thinking of was a eqipment operator in the ware house yard, driving the big forklift. He also lved in the barracks attic with steve marino.
|185) leon woodruff firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 18. October 2007 18:53 Host: ip68-13-230-161.ok.ok.cox.net i was staystion there. 1966 to aug 1968 and went to veitnam. from there.ihave a lot of good memories ther. i was with cco.2bn 37th armor ihave alot of pics taken there. i was a tank driver. spen alot of time at graf. and earlang on the tank fireing range and playing army. would like to hear from others that was there. i will try to e-mail those pictures if this gos my e-mail is email@example.com from tulsa oklahoma|
|184) Marty casey firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 17. October 2007 09:38 IP: 126.96.36.199 I remember PVT. Yeager, Charlie Rock……….. 86-91. I’m looking for anyone who remembers the cave|
|183) Richard Wallace email@example.comLocation:|
San Diego, CA
|Tuesday, 16. October 2007 19:25 Host: gate1-sandiego.nmci.navy.mil |
This is such a cool site!
I remeber looking for this info just 4 years ago – nothing.
I was at the HQ & A Co., 123rd Mt. Bn.
I remeber living on the second floor with a roommate John Backer. Down the hall was Jim Brown, Jim Dunn, and others.
John and Debbie Maxwell. Ken Finney. Scott Ross. Raymond Caldwell. Blake. SSG Lester. CW4 Lackey.
How do I remember these names? No Idea!
I know I left out many more. I will be sending pics up soon to compliment Russ Cyr’s of 1976 era.
|182) Harold E Webb, Jr. firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 14. October 2007 20:15 IP: 188.8.131.52 My late father, MSG Harold Webb was stationed at Monteith Barracks 59 – 62.|
|181) A ngelia Casey (yeager) email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 12. October 2007 13:19 IP: 74-94-21-241-Philadelphia.hfc.comcastbusiness.net I was in C Co 123rd SB 87-91.Jill Campbell aka Zupet:|
Hey Ang, Do you remember the tattoo parlour? On roller skates? And I still have the pics of the party when the CO showed up and stayed, and what a time that was. What’s it been, 20 plus years and a whole lifetime ago. You made me laugh. I remember you.
|180) jeffrey,,,,pvt..haynes firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
ft myers fl.
|Monday, 8. October 2007 06:59 Host: c-68-51-234-49.hsd1.fl.comcast.net hey all,,i was stationed at montieth aco 123rd maint. 79-82 missing all the cool people..katie are you there??/what a freaky time ,,many contact me please………. james mahoney:|
yeah, haynes were you in HQ A Co. 123rd Maint. Bn. What was your MOS ? I was there in 80-83′ F&E section. With Steve Marino,Shidling Wolfgang, ubery, block head Miller,Dave,Shaffer,O Williams, Ryrson… were you in Warehouse
|179) Tom email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 6. October 2007 12:04 Host: ip68-9-145-155.ri.ri.cox.net Please sign the roster also.Big Jim:|
Does anyone remember the early morning fog and hearing the tank engines revving up then appearing?
|178) M Casey firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 4. October 2007 03:05 IP: 184.108.40.206 I was in C CO.4 SB. Then it changed To 123rd sb. 86-91.|
|177) Ralph Harrell email@example.comLocation:|
new port richey,fl
|Tuesday, 2. October 2007 08:30 Host: pool-71-180-30-216.tampfl.fios.verizon.net I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1973 to 1975. I was in A Co 501st S&T Bn . I was in the platoon that went to the field all the time.I was also on the AMF team that went to Norway.I had a young LT with glasses and a very deep voice but I can’t remember his name. I had a PLT SGT named,SFC Cacino and one named SFC Wright.If anyone can remenber those times and has any pictures please put them on this site.Drop me a line if you remember me.|
|176) Joe Pearsall firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 1. October 2007 09:31 IP: 220.127.116.11 I was at Monteith from 1972 to 1974; assigned to C Company 47th Med Bn; had two CO’s Lt Oberlander and Cpt Caskey; I would love to hear from anyone at Monteith during this time period; many fond memoriesqbpls gpxdlbfoc:|
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|175) Cecil Whited CPWLW@aol.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 25. September 2007 11:24 Host: cache-mtc-ac15.proxy.aol.com I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 11/48 thu.12/51 I was there when they name it Monteith Barracks and when they Build the Chapel|
|174) Tom Anderson email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 24. September 2007 14:20 Host: ss-12-247.pld.com just found this place…my hubby was in B comp 501st S&T from70-76…everybody called him andy..if you remember him give us a shoutLarry Rogers:|
Hey Andy, this is Larry Rogers, was with Bco 501 S&T from 72-75 we were Truckers.Joe Earnest:
Well, I’m having trouble making connections between the names and the faces, but if I saw a picture, I’ll bet I’d make the connection in that I see on the company roster from November 71 that you were Cotterman’s driver. I was the company clerk from March 70 to January 72 (the one with the controversial tatoo) and I took a copy of the roster with me. Have it here in front of me.Tom:
Andy…not sure if you are the andy anderson I remember…I was in 501st S & T HHC from 72-74…I was a keypuncher…seems like you used to die-dye a lot…seems like we partied together a few nights…I used to play guitar…hope all is well…
Tom (Zonker) Harris
|173) Karin firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 23. September 2007 14:04 IP: 216-43-141-211.dsl.mcleodusa.net I just got back from Fuerth. I can’t believe how much it has changed.|
|172) Donna Lesa Powell email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 20. September 2007 14:59 Host: Net13H116.itsd.state.ms.us I stumbled onto this website by accident but am so glad that I did. I was @ Monteith from 1976-1979, A Co., 123rd Maint, assigned to Headquarters, S4. Some great times, great people and a beautiful part of the firstname.lastname@example.org:|
was stationed on Monteith DMMC during that period as well…Sandra Moss
|171) RICHARD A VECCHIO email@example.comLocation:|
117 SHAWVILLE LN, PEACHTREE C
|Tuesday, 18. September 2007 11:04 IP: 18.104.22.168 STATIONED IN FURTH , GOPPINGEN , HONEFELS , BETWEEN 1958 & 1959..AIRCRAFT MECHANIC..IN 1960 WORKED FOR PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS FOR 31 YRS., THEN WORKED FOR DELTA AIRLINES FOR 13 YRS UNTIL I RTETIRED IN 2003 AFTER APPROX. 46 YRS OF WORKING ON AIRCRAFT..|
|170) Ron Hassett firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 18. September 2007 07:59 IP: 22.214.171.124 I was stationed with B company 47th med batallion from 1983 to 1986 I remember the good times at the ponderosa club the ranch and the great pizza and tortelini from I believe it was called pizza italia across from the barracks at monteith.and his beautiful daughter.I have some pictures i will try to get them on the sight.M Casey:|
That’s the place. The pizza was good and the tortelini was great but man the daughter was hot. I was there from 86-91 CCo.123rd
|169) Everett J Tucker email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 2. September 2007 15:03 Host: ip70-189-113-52.ok.ok.cox.net I was stationed at Monteith Barracks|
from Oct 1966 to April 1968.
I was at 2nd Bat 14th Arty, HQ Battery
I worked in S-2. Had lots of fun at
Charlies guest house in Furth.
My barracks were located in the same
bldg as S-2 right next door.JAMES ( JIM ) ROBINSON:
Hey Everett. Man its good to hear from somone who walked the same halls.I spent many a night at charlies,man do i have some memories of that place.Have you checked out the unit picture in the photo secition.Drop me a e-mail maybe we can stir up some old memories since we were there at the same time….
|168) Bill Donovan firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Orange County, CA
|Monday, 27. August 2007 14:28 Host: adsl-75-30-144-34.dsl.irvnca.sbcglobal.net I was so happy to see this site !! As another poster said, I used to google Monteith every once in a while to see if there was anything on the Web. Spent 1975 ~ 1979 in Fuerth : Charlie Co 47th Med, and then Head and A, 47th.|
So many good days…the bad memories seemed to have faded away and the good remain.
Drop a line if you knew me..
Thanks to the webmaster for putting this together !!Jim Keating:
I do not know if you remember me. I was a mechanic for Charlie Company. I remember the wild parties. ,we used to have.
1976-1978. Mike Ansbro,Layfield, Dave Soreson
|167) Mark Delfosse email@example.comLocation:|
Forest City, NC
|Thursday, 23. August 2007 22:36 Host: adsl-154-14-186.clt.bellsouth.net I was station at Monteith Barracks between Jan. 1977 to May 1979. My unit was B Co. 123rd Maint. Battalion. I had a wild time and would like to hear from my fellow soldiers. I’ll be submitting pics from that period. I was actually down in the tunnels just before I went back to ‘The World.’ I carved my nickname and 1979 date next to another name that was carved back in the late 1940’s. I hate to see it so overgrown. Monteith Barracks was originally a Nazi airfield that NATO never knew was there until the US Army over took the area. The Post Maint. office was the ground floor of the building that housed the Nazi officer club several floors underground. A wood barricade covered the stairs and was not opened after WWII due to the concern of old booby traps. I will be going back soon to see if the stomping grounds in Nurnberg are still there. Anyone see the Bob Dylan/Eric Clapton concert in Nurnberg??? I was watching the concert where Hitler would stand when he was viewing the Parade field.SP/4 Young:|
Well if you were on Monteith during that time, and in the 123rd, I was your cook (one of them anyway!) Specialist Elizabeth Young….remember any of us cooks?
|166) Doug Hudson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 12. August 2007 03:08 Host: c-67-162-243-246.hsd1.de.comcast.net A Co. 501st S&T Bn Class I from 10/79 to 12/81. I had a great PLT LDR 1st LT. Blue and PLT SGT SFC Ayala. I subsequently continued by military career after I PCS’d to Ft. Hood Tx in 1981. Some years later I took a commission after completing OCS in 1987. My career ended with the military in 2005 after a knee injury on the P.T field.If you’re out there I want to give a shout out to a few of my cronies.”Red Dog”, “Pee Wee”, “Stick Man”,”Chealy”, “Ellis”, “Sewell”, “Lawyer Bell” and “Lee”I would mention the ladies but my wife reads this guest book too!.Derrick Brown:|
I don’t remember you, but I was in B company from 6/80- 8/81. I drove a 5 ton pod truck and a 2/12 ton. I remember A company had all the ladies!
|165) Ringer Clarissa email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 9. August 2007 22:04 Host: dslb-084-056-081-184.pools.arcor-ip.net HI!!My name is Clarissa.|
I hope anybody out there can help me!!!I’m looking for Clarence Cotton(born on April 3rd, 1960).He was Sargent.He’s my Daddy, and i dont know him.
He was in the Monteith Barracks. (I think so…).
If anybody out there got some photos or anything else PLEASE send it to me.
I would help me to find him out.THANKS A LOT!!!!!!!!!Clarissa
|164) Rolando Chacon firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 5. August 2007 11:07 Host: p54A0F5C0.dip.t-dialin.net Hello all,|
I went to Monteith Barracks yesterday the 4th of August, 2007 and it has changed a bit since I was last there back in 1989. It is a mosquito infested area that is overgrown with vegetation. The street that goes to the right once you go through the gate is being rebuilt? The first building which I think is the power plant is still there and looks like it is in good condition. The next building where my old unit (Cco 501st Forward Support Battalion) was located is overgrown with vegetation and no longer has the roof over the front door. Inside most of the walls and ceilings have the paint peeling and a few of the windows are broken. The mess hall next door is gutted out with trash everywhere. The old PX/barber shop is a bit trashed and some rooms are graffitied with cigarette butts and bottles laying around. A lot of the rooms have egg cartons hanging off them. I am guessing these were used for acoustic rooms. I can’t remember. The PT field is overgrown and the basketball court is still there but it only had one hoop still usable. The airfield buildings were being used by an electric car club that day and I also saw some people playing with their gas powered remote controlled cars. At the end of the road there is a day care that looks like it is still in use with toys laying around. I might go back but maybe in the fall when there aren’t so many mosquitos.
|163) David Blanchette email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 20. July 2007 20:55 Host: pool-72-79-233-98.spfdma.east.verizon.net Was there 1973-1975..Hq and A Co. 47th|
Medical Battalion…Monteith Barracks was the BEST place…traveled on w/e all over Europe..looking for SFC Douglas Forsythe…married local German girl…Gaby Hugerich…best memories???
castles, gasthaus’s and beer…DBDonald G Haley Jr:
I remember MSG Douglas Forsythe he was the NCOIC of HHC 2ND Brigade Commo at Ferris Barracks after SFC Simmons was transferred I worked for MSG Forsythe from late 1979-1981 when I think he retired. Memory isn’t what it once was. I have been looking for him also. Good luck on your search. If I find anything out I will e-mail you. Take care Don Haley
|162) Dan Gossett firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 17. July 2007 20:31 Host: dialup-126.96.36.199.Dial1.Atlanta1.Level3.net Hello|
I have a few pictures if I can find them.
I was flight operations clerk working
for Major Douglas E. Haviland. 504th
Aviation Battalion. I served 1967-68.
504th eventually became Detachment “C”,
That’s great. We like all the photos we can get. Looking forward to them.
|161) Don Morgan email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 15. July 2007 18:03 Host: adsl-70-238-140-25.dsl.stlsmo.sbcglobal.net Was with B Co. 126 Ord Bn / E Co. 126 Mt Bn from ’60 -’64 working as a Tank Turret/Artillery Armament Repairman. If you guys want to see how much Monteith has changed, go to google earth and type in “vacher strasse 261 Furth, Germany” (Old Monteith Bks. address) for a birds eye view. The post is now a golf club.jorge morel:|
when i was there 87-89 the Us military was using the golf course, it was one of the best in europe. we would go there of Graf or Hohenfels and 1sg would usually get the 1st rack of beer.Tom Stalgaitis:
Thanks for the tip, I forgot about Google Earth. I remember my 1st Christmas Eve there in ’68, took a left out of the gate and walked until we found a Gasthaus, one of my best Christmas Eve’s ever.Dan Gossett:
Hello Tom & Don
Left out of the gate must have led you to Vach. A retired army sergeant and his wife ran the guest house. Best place ever for a weiner snitzel & beer. Dan
|160) charles doyle firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 15. July 2007 10:33 Host: c-71-200-98-182.hsd1.md.comcast.net just found this website today. Pretty cool. I was with B co. 123rd from 74-76.Havent found any old buddies yet butim still looking. Hey is that pizza place still there by the back gate. Take care, aufwedersehen.Henry Turcotte:|
What am I? Chopped liver? Only had your old e-mail.
|159) jorge morel email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 9. July 2007 04:32 IP: 188.8.131.52 My 1st active duty station was with smoke plt 69th CM from Dec 87 Dec 89 All i did during those 2 years was go to Hohenfels, Graf, or the clubs. The Greeks downtown Furth, Golden Gate, 49, Q Club, Nashville, Green Goose, Superfly, Maryland, Rock Fabrik. what a crazy timeChristine:|
Wasnt it fun all the Parties we all had Harper,You,my Mom,me and a whole lot of other people.I still got pics.tina kirk melendez:
Hey Jorge, Tina Kirk here how are you. Do you ever talk to any of the old gang? Whatever happened to SFC Menier? Great times at 69th huh?
|158) Jim Love firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 4. July 2007 05:40 Host: i3ED6F4A1.versanet.de truck mechanic, HQ Co 2/371969-apx new years 1970then went for a long drive|
|157) Bill Douglas email@example.comLocation:|
Powder Springs, GA
|Friday, 29. June 2007 10:27 Host: user-1121ql3.dsl.mindspring.com I was a SP4 turret mechanic assigned to Co. A, 2d MTB,67th Armor from 10/60-5/63. My barracks were just inside the main gate on the left.Keith Gough:|
It looks like we shared the same barracks. I was at Monteith Barracks in Nov 1976- Jan 1979. I was assigned to A co.501st S&T BTN. We had the barracks closest to the main gate on the left side. There was a few steps and a little sidewalk to our frontdoor.Our messhall was behind us.
Bill, I knew a Don Evens that was in hq co. Is it the same one you are talking about? I was there in 1960-1963.Did you know a hardy Brewer or Tyrone Reeder,Paul r. Denn ( hes from hastings minn.) im trying to find him,but no luck yet.Sure would like to hear from some of my old buddys. I did find Rodney Gowers thow.
|156) John E Boyle firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 24. June 2007 12:54 Host: dial1371.acns.fsu.edu I was a Mohawk crew chief with the 504th Aviation Batt. in the 60’sDan Gossett:|
I’m trying to remember. I have a picture of a fellow wearing a Lucy sweatshirt (Peanuts).
About ’67/’68. It may be you.
With your permission, I’ll upload it. Dan
|155) steve koenning email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 17. June 2007 08:39 IP: 74-60-178-214.ral.clearwire-dns.net I was in hhc 2/37 from may 69 till we moved to Ferris Barracks in 71.Redeye section sergeant, training ncOSteve Johnson:|
OMG, my replacement!! Steve K., how the hell are ya. Wonderful site –brings back fond memories. e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Love to hear from you. S
|154) George M. Stoltz email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 16. June 2007 07:22 Host: dsl-2-97.r1.ncbrvr.InfoAve.Net Helps to put the correct email address.|
|153) George M. Stoltz firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 15. June 2007 21:44 Host: dsl-2-97.r1.ncbrvr.InfoAve.Net Was in A Co. 2/37 Armor from August 1966 to February 1968 and hung around the Dis-Orderly Room most of the time. I still have a postcard sent to in 1967 by Ben Livesay and Clifford Parvin when they went to Spain to “run the bulls” or shoot the bull?|
|152) jon anderson email@example.comLocation:|
chandler , az.
|Saturday, 9. June 2007 18:47 Host: ip24-251-188-87.ph.ph.cox.net i was at monteith ’64, 65 period E.co , 126th maint.befor the unit moved over to darby. i drove a wrecker for the recovery section , pulled a lot of engines from m60’s and 113 at graf. i spent a lot of time on autobahn stand by so it was almost like a civilian job.|
imet a girl who was training at the hospital near the trolly turnaround and married her , we jost had our 30 yr, anniversary. the pizza joint near the hole in the fence was great, we got into the tunnels thru a small concrete structure that looked like a bread oven. it was between a couple barracks in the 2/37 area. any body remember rolling the ol’ mans jeep on a beer run at graf’, good times. love to hear from any body who may have been at E-126 during ’64-’65JIM ROBINSON CULLMAN ALA:
I was at Monteith at the same time.I remember the pizza place very well.I remember coming in bombed one night and we got a pizza. I took a bite of the thing while it was hot and it burned a blister on the top of my mouth. Its funny how little things stick out in your mind. I used to bring my girl friend in through the hole in the fence so i remember it very well.The hole in the fence was behind my barracks.Those were some fun times.Did you ever go to the krystal palace had some great times there.jon anderson:
you bet, i was at the krystal palast many times. i remember a fight between us GIs and the comrades, i think everyone in the place was battling , even the girls. i couldn’t believe how fast the MPs got there. what a night !
|151) Milton (Mickey) Davies firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 8. June 2007 15:59 Host: mail.swimnplay.com Glad my wife Marion found this site. I was in the 504thAdmin Co Finance 4 Arm Div and moved to MB when Admin moved to the old Officers Club in 1970 from Goeppingen. My wife Marion joined me in 1970-1971. Many goodtimes and friends are remembered. My best to all we met on our journey.Sal Romano, New York:|
I was with 504th Finance June 66-Dec 67 and then to the finance branch at Monteith Jan 67-Dec 67. Office was in the same building as the library and next to 504 Avn. We were in the 2/37 barracks with ready access to the hole in the fence.
|150) Margaret Whitehead email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 3. June 2007 07:07 Host: cache-rtc-aa15.proxy.aol.com I was in Furth Germany with Gary Fipps in 70-71. He was stationed at Monteith Barracks. Do not remember what company he was in. I am looking for Roger Lewis from Fla. This has really brought back so many memories to me.Joe Earnest:|
Gary was in B Company, 501st S&T Battalion, 1st Armored Division (I have the roster in front of me from November 1971).
|149) John Batson Location:|
|Saturday, 2. June 2007 19:37 IP: 184.108.40.206 hello to 2/37 4deuce plt and bn hq- time period of fall 66 to Jan. 68|
|148) HARDY BREWER firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 28. May 2007 23:49 IP: 74-93-249-59-williamson.tn.nash.hfc.comcastbusiness.net I WAS AT MONTIETH BARRACKS FROM THE MIDDLE OF 1960 TO THE MIDDLE OF 1963. I WAS IN HQ CO. IN THE SCOUT PLT. WAS ALSO ON HQ 3 TANK, WHICH I DROVE FOR A WHILE AND WAS GUNNER FOR A WHILE.LAST JOB I HAD I DROVE JEEP FOR S 3 OFFICER.I KNOW ALL YOU GUYS DONT REMEMBER ALOT OF THINGS, BUT ONE THING IM SURE OF IF YOU WENT TO TOWN YOU KNEW WHERE THAT HOLE IN THE FENCE WAS BEHIND HQ CO. IN THE CURVE. THIS IS HARDY BREWER,BILL COPPLE,TYRONE REEDER, AND RODNEY GOWERS. IF YOU REMEMBER ANY OF US DROP A LINE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU.JIM ROBINSON CULLMAN ALA:|
I was at Monteith 64 -67 just missed you i quess.I WAS IN HQ CO also and cant tell you how many times i went out the hole in the fence.Sometimes would come in for bed check and go out again.The parties,the fights,the german girls,those were the best times.Do you remember what the px and snack bar would look like on monday mornings,the black eyes,the broken arms it looked liked the walking wounding.Those were great years with the 2/14.
|147) Doug Batson email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 24. May 2007 06:04 Host: ns.dia.mil I was Education Counselor at the Monteith Army Education Center from 1985 until I “turned out the lights” in October 1991, and moved the remaining DA Form 669, Education Records, to Darby. At Monteith we had an USAREUR award-winning DANTES testing program, well-attended college programs, and were the site of Nuernberg’s graduate programs!Plese let me know how you have progressed in your careers. After stints with the U.S. Geological Survey and the (now defunct) Immigration and Naturalization Service, I am back a second time with the Defense Dept.|
|146) Steve Dryden firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
St. John, Kansas
|Tuesday, 22. May 2007 14:04 IP: 220.127.116.11 I was stationed in Montieth with the 46th Medical Unit after they moved us from Erlangen in 1971. It was a real “downer” after Erlangen. The only good thing about it was that we were closer to Neuremberg but no public transportation. Glad I only spent 6 months there. Antone who remembers me, give me an e-mail. Steve Dryden|
|145) Rolando Chacon email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 22. May 2007 08:43 Host: lsg.stuttgart.army.mil Hello all,|
I was stationed in Monteith as my first duty station about 6 months before they began shutting it down. I was with Cco 501st Support Bn from about Feb 89 through about Nov 91 and went to the Gulf War with them. We got sent to Vilseck after Monteith but I always went back to Nurnburg to hang out at the Green Goose and other clubs. I also new people at Cco 123rd and I think 125th. I would like to hear from anyone from those units.Angelia:
I was in C Co 123rd from 87-91
I don think I know you-but we use to always go to the green goose it was great- we still have a sticker from there in our photo album
|144) jerry “the juice”anderson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
delta dawgs delta co 47th med
|Saturday, 19. May 2007 20:22 IP: 18.104.22.168 i was station there from 1981-1984 w/mike burke.george mcchord&.sfc street.it was the best of times.i miss you guys where ever you are god bless|
|143) ORLANDO BIGGS email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 19. May 2007 13:45 Host: c-24-10-44-11.hsd1.ca.comcast.net I was at Monteith 1989-1991,I worked in the warehouse. I was in C-Company 123rd.I I must say Germany was the great. When I think of it I still smile to this day….Angelia:|
I also was in C Co 123rd SB and worked in the Warehouse also- I was there from 87-Jan of 1991.
I think I could know you. I was Yeager-but got married to Marty Casey who was a mechanic in C Co
|142) Juan R. Armijo (Swan) Shosh1976@msn.comLocation:|
HQ&A Co. 501S&T Bn.
|Thursday, 17. May 2007 23:03 IP: 75-161-61-14.albq.qwest.net Hey,everybody do ya’ll remember A short skinny mechanic/wrecher operator. Big Will used to call Swan? ’76-’78 That was me. I would like to hear from anybody from that time. Ronnie|
|141) Marty Casey Brwaterdogs@aol.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 6. May 2007 03:13 IP: 208-39-161-238.isp.comcastbusiness.net I was in C Co.123 rd. 1986-1988. I got married to a Army girl and came back for 2 1/2 years as a dependent. When I left in 91 they were all going to Saudi.What a Time! The CAVE will live forever.So many good times to much to list. I would love to talk to anyone who was there then.Angelia:|
Yes~I was that Army girl!!!John ‘ZMAN’ Zupet:
This is ZMAN, John Zupet,yes, i was a ‘CAVE’ dweller ’87 – ’90! As we would say, for good measure, “Top him off!”. Oh, the dent we left in the german Keg! whew, good times man!
|140) Kelly Location:|
|Monday, 30. April 2007 18:04 Host: adsl-75-34-22-153.dsl.chcgil.sbcglobal.net This is a sad day. I didn’t know that Monteith was gone. This was my first duty station, at Co D (Go DAWGS) 47th Med ’82-83. I loved that place. When I got orders to go stateside, to Walter Reed of all places, I didn’t want to go. But my CO told me I was a fool to pass up on those orders. Needless to say, he was wrong. Nothing compared to Monteith. I remember when that pizza place opened. It was heaven compared to the delivery guy who came around after midnight. But digress. I have many photos that I will have to dig up and send to the webmaster to include in the website.tess:|
spent alot of time in the DAWGS barracks. you know steward and hosea?
|139) Leon Mangano firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Cape Cod MA
|Sunday, 29. April 2007 09:10 Host: cache-mtc-ac03.proxy.aol.com Looking for any one from Co.D 67 Armor From Monteith 1960-1963 looking for Gene Ray From Orlahoma remember the fight we had LOL|
|138) Dave Whitley Location:|
|Monday, 23. April 2007 11:18 IP: 22.214.171.124 I was Stationed at Monteith Barracks with the 47th Medical Div. A COmpany from 77 through 80. Wondering if anyone has seen or heard from “Mad-dog” Munoz, Mike “Mudflap” Dunlap, MS. Scarfia, Ed Morgan, Joe Conrad, John Fogarty, Hugh Barker, Etc. I have been reading over the messages that have been posted and realized the blast that we had when we were staioned there even though all we wanted was to get back to the world…I remember a place that had the best Pizza I ever ate over there also but it was outside of the gates at Landstuhl called Dali’s. Can’t remember the name of the pizza place outside the gates of Monteith other than i think we called it “The Ranch”. I recall John Denvers Take Me home country Road Song being quite popular in there.Frank Walker:|
OMG! You brought back memories. Mike Dunlap gave me his Karman Ghia when he left for the states. He was my platoon sgt. We were both Washington State boys so he was the first to get me high & drunk.Bill Donovan:
I was there, first with Charlie CO, and then Head and A. I have talked with a few guys from those days (through military.com and classmates)I emailed with Hugh Barker, he and Fogarty went to work for the railroad, since retired I believe. “The Ranch” was the bar “next” to the pizza place, damned if I knew if the pizza place even had a name.LOL
Good days……glad I found this site.. 🙂
|137) Petra email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 23. April 2007 08:02 IP: 126.96.36.199 Hi, am looking for my brother’s dad. He was stationed in Merrell Barracks or somewhere in Furth around 1956 / 1957. He might already be dead by now, but just looking for photographs or anything that we can find. His name is Kenneth Goss, born 15th June 1934, from Pennsylvania. Would be glad to get any hint on him or photos. My brother (Daniel) recently turned 50 and is still looking for his father.|
|136) Michael Gendron firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 22. April 2007 18:39 Host: pool-64-222-248-115.ptldme.east.verizon.net I was stationed at Montieth Barracks from 1/76 to 4/78 as part of the 123 HQ Mt Bn as the Mail clerk(best job I’ve ever had) Have contacted Russ Cyr, but would like to hear from anyone from the 123 Mt Bn during that era. Loved Germany while I was there.Richard Wallace:|
I was there from about 2/76 to 10/76. I knew Jim Brown, Jim Dunn, Ken Finney, Al “snake” Hudgens, Caldwell, SSG Foster, Cyr, and more. It was the most fun I had in the Army. I was in the Signal Platoon. SSG Lester was in charge I believe. Graf and Hoenfeld was an experiance.Jeff Sutherland:
Hey Mike,Me,Bernie,and Ramone roomed together at the top of the stairs at A co. We all drove truck for sgt.Marks aka Big Bird, and maj.Ridley.there was dave haddon,russ cyr,little dave,dan spaulding,george mcynyire,sgt.sutton,scott ross,sandy,beetle baily,the list goes on and on.Great times,Great friends
|135) ED DRAIN EDMDRAIN@AOL.COMLocation:|
|Sunday, 22. April 2007 13:19 Host: pool-71-172-175-251.nwrknj.east.verizon.net I was stationed @ Monteith 79-82 with 1stAD & HQ & HQS Co…Cpt Moody was our C.O. had a great time…last time I visited the place..empty place..the golf course still being maintained by the germans..the warehouse in the end of the post is where all those (east) germans are temporarily living. All the barracks reminds me of Ghost town…weeds are out growing the barracks and the buildings.|
|134) Michael Craig email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 20. April 2007 22:24 Host: c-75-73-29-45.hsd1.mn.comcast.net My Father, Bert Craig, was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 8/53 to 8/54. Some time ago he asked me to try to track down a Captain R.A. Butler. Does anyone know where he is, how he can be reached, any current news?Maybe some of you remember my Father. He was a big golfer? Please let me know if you do. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.Regards,Michael|
|133) Joe Herring email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 3. April 2007 13:16 Host: wsip-70-167-226-104.om.om.cox.net I was at Monteith Barracks around 82-83. I was a 55B. I remember so many guys there… Dirk Van Arman, Adkins, Kevin Mattoon, Rocky Pfeiffer, Theresa Bettis…anyway, so many beers at the ‘Ranch” and at that little bar downtown. Great times.David Saraga:|
I was assigned to B Co.123rd, the most reprssive unit on post, from 4/82 – 3/84. The Ranch, was that the name of bar that was just outside the front gate? Did you hang out at the Golden Anker, that cool rock n’ roll bar? I posted tons of photos on Classmates.com. Look under military assignments and go to Fuerth. You might see people you know. Check it out.Duane Kellems:
Funny story …. DO you remember rappelling out of the barracks windows?
I ran into Dirk van Arman, about 10 years ago while ice fishing .it was wierd , middle of this lake and this guy walks up with his dog ,and he is wearing a camo. jacket ,I look at the unit patch ,and name ,and I will be damned if it was not Dirktess jones:
i remember dirk. that is funny that he would just walk up where you were fishing. too crazy – but then again….
|132) Robert (Bob) Stanley firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 1. April 2007 14:24 Host: ppp-70-241-201-146.dialup.ltrkar.sbcglobal.net I was at Montheith Barracks from Dec. 68 to March 71 HQ/A Co. 126th Maint. Batallion. I was in electronics repair, I worked on the teletypes, and was a member of the “Peak-Up Team”. I was always in trouble with 1st Sgt Moore, who drove a 1965 Chev Imp SS red in color. those were good times, I had a good friend, Bill Page from OhioJose J. Flores Jr.:|
I was there from july 1970 to march 1973. Got sent to Johnson Barracks with ssgt. Norman T.Long ‘s contact team 1971 to 1972.
|131) Jules Varwig email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 1. April 2007 01:29 Host: ts-ilsttn05.madisontelco.com Hey David Robinson. I was in the armament section of D-123 at Monteith in the same time frame. If I’m recollecting right, you were in my tank turret section.|
|130) mike madere firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
new orleans, la.
|Sunday, 25. March 2007 21:41 IP: 188.8.131.52 was stationed at Monteith from 11/86 – 04/89 in c company 125th bat.|
Definitely remember the pizza place across the street!remember Johnny Suarez, Brian Griffin, Margie and David, Capt. Mike Krukar, Coushat (?), Watkins, Bobby Azzaro, Marty Stokes, David Cowens, Tracy Sagely, SGT. Hicks, Sgt. Green, Sgt. Edwardsany comments welcome…
|129) Mike Johnson email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 23. March 2007 11:25 Host: dynamic-acs-24-154-70-185.zoominternet.net I was at Monteith with Co A, 2nd Bn, 37th Armor from 1964 – 1967. Hi Ben.|
I appreciate the site. Well done Webmaster.
My God! Has it been 40 years. Crap!Spc. Johnnie P. Raney:
Hey Mike . I don’t remember you right off hand but I have the company picture 1964 A co
2/37 armor and your in the lower left hand corner . I was the gunner on the tank with the Dozer blade on it . In 1965 my tank crew was ” Top Gun “on the T C P C course at Graf. scored 2130 out of a possible 2400 . When I rotated back to the states in Dec.65 no one had beat that score ! I don’t think you remember me . Spc. 5 Johnnie P Raney . Man o man I drank to much over there WOW . Did have some good times and some good memories . Take care Mike .
|128) Wilbur Hester firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 19. March 2007 15:19 IP: 184.108.40.206 I was stationed at Monteith Barracks Hq & A Company 123rd Maint. Bn. The early 70s Support Warehouse. I would like to hear from anyone there at that time.rydl ltmuwsybq:|
tanej anbcof tzisuhd cjkyz xfsvu tiph imcgklswtGRBEDXKbrYKCltx:
|127) jeff williams ‘omar’ email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 18. March 2007 09:23 Host: cpe-071-075-126-131.carolina.res.rr.com I was with B.CO 123 in 1982-83. Retired as a 1SG while assigned to 10th mountain Div in 2005.|
|126) Mike Johns firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 18. March 2007 02:30 Host: dialup-220.127.116.11.Dial1.StLouis1.Level3.net I wonder if Oskey is still at the Peterhof? Renate Gibbs:|
would like to know ,when was you in the PeterHof in Germany?
My husband and i went ther in the 67 and 68 .
We went over to Germany about a month ago and be back in the staats about a week.
My husband was stadion 14 Alt.c batrymike johns:
I was there in 1965 and i was in 2/37th.
|125) DAN WANTZ DGWANTZ@AOL.COMLocation:|
|Wednesday, 14. March 2007 08:26 IP: 72-17-225-102.jax.fdn.com WAS STATIONED AT MONTEITH BARRICKS 70-72 WORKED FOR 1ST ARMORED DIV PIO..150 MILES FROM THE COMMANDING OFFICER – IN GEOPEGAN (SP)- COMMUNICATED BY FIELD PHONE—RED ALERT- YES SIR- THAT MEANT TURN OFF THE SNOOZ ALARM. WROTE STORIES AND POPPED MORE PICTURES AT CAPT.S WITH NO FILM IN THE NIKON. UNDER THE GUIDING HAND OF THAT GREAT MILLITARY MIND STAFF SGT. SHORTY BLANCHARD WHO I HOPE IS ALIVE AND WELL, BUT FEAR MET HIS MAKER BY INITIATING A BRAWL AT A BEER FEST.|
|124) JIM ROBINSON TRPLEJIM@AOL.COMLocation:|
|Monday, 12. March 2007 21:27 Host: cache-rtc-ae12.proxy.aol.com I JUST FOUND THE WEB SITE TODAY.IT BRINGS BACK A LOT OF MEMORIES.I WAS IN HQ BATTERY/2ND BATTALION/14TH ARTY FROM 64-67.I FOUND THE COMPANY PICTURES ON THE PHOTO GALLERY FROM 1966.I JUST WONDER IF SOME OF MY OLD FRIENDS EVER VISIT THIS SITE.SP4 ROSE,SP4 ANTON,SP4 HUFF,SP4 SHIMP AND ALOT MORE, MAN DID WE EVER HAVE SOME PARTIES IN FURTH.MAYBE SOME ARE STILL AROUND AND HAVE SOME PICTURES I LOST ALL MINE IN A HOUSE FIRE.|
LOOKING FORWARD TO GOING THROUGH THE SITE HARDY BREWER:
JIM, GLAD TO HEAR FROM YOU, I GUESS WE DID JUST MISS EACH OTHER. I DID MY PART TO KEEP THE PATH THROUGH THE FENCE CLEAN.WISH WE WOULD HAVE MET, I HAD SOME REALLY GREAT TIMES IN MONTIETH
|123) Bob Ferraro email@example.comLocation:|
Arlington Heights, IL
|Monday, 12. March 2007 10:24 IP: 18.104.22.168 I was stationed at Monteith in 1964 -65 in HQ Company Radar Ground Surveillance platoon. Too much Tank maintenance.It was great to see this site and read all the comments. Jim Spence called me a few years ago after 30+ years and I remember him and his accident. I put him in touch with a few other guys from Monteith. I am still in touch with 2 other guys from my platoon.I visited Monteith in 1995 and while it was closed and run down it was great to return to so many memories. Had to argue with the German guard to get in but I managed.Anyone remember Gasthaus Zum Schnepper or Shakeys right outside the post. Last stop before returning to base.|
|122) Wayne D. Wright JX95@epix.netLocation:|
|Saturday, 10. March 2007 17:57 Host: clsm-207-7-165-111-pppoe.dsl.clsm.epix.net HQ Co. Furth 68 to 70 Great web site, I will be adding some photos in the next few days, as soon as I can find them!Tom Stalgaitis:|
Wayne, Hurry up and find your photos! I love seeing all the old stuff. Always meant to go back but never did.
|121) James Hitt Location:|
|Wednesday, 7. March 2007 13:17 IP: 22.214.171.124 I was in “B”co. 501 S&T from 1974-75.Worked in motor-pool as a truck mechanic/tool room man under SGT. Steenken(spelling?)|
My room was next to the tunnel going thru
our barracks bldg., on top floor.
Dont remember too many names anymore, but
Rob Stone, Shorty,(both from minnesota),and Mark Runge(Philly)
Anyone still have their short-timers wheels?JAMES PLATT:
I REMEMBER SFC STENKEN VERY WELL. I WAS THE 1SG FROM 74-76. JAMES PLATTtom anderson:
my hubby was there from 71-76….his name is tom anderson…everybody called him andy..meybe u remember himRichard Poulin:
Need to put a picture with that face. I was there from 74 to 79 and worked under Steenken, also was part of the race team we started Hey Top I remember you too.chuck loso:
my name is chuck loso I was with the maint section from 1974 -1977 I remember you. I roomed with larry salo. aND ROBERT SEALS jAMES PLATT. rich poulin dauane jack, sgy short, my wife worked at the snacl bar down by the motor poop with jim knose wife and butlers wife alsochuck loso:
I remember stones name and shorty doesnt ring a bell. I now live in willmar minnesota.Did you here that poulin and sgt terry hennig want to get a reunion together are you interested in attending
what is your e-mail addresschuck loso:
I remember stones name and shorty doesnt ring a bell. I now live in willmar minnesota.Did you here that poulin and sgt terry hennig want to get a reunion together are you interested in attending
what is your e-mail addresschuck loso:
I remember stones name and shorty doesnt ring a bell. I now live in willmar minnesota.Did you here that poulin and sgt terry hennig want to get a reunion together are you interested in attending
|120) Dave Adams firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 2. March 2007 19:18 Host: c-24-9-220-108.hsd1.co.comcast.net I was with D co, 47th Med Bn (Go Delta Dogs) 12/78 to 5/81 with several TDY’s @ MEDDAC. I was the NBC NCO and comp clerk.|
|119) James R. Belisle (Jim) email@example.comLocation:|
Minn. and Florida
|Tuesday, 27. February 2007 16:25 Host: dialup-126.96.36.199.Dial1.Tampa1.Level3.net I was in A Company of the 67th Armor, 4 A.D from Mar. 1959 till Sept. 1961. Worked for Sgt. Toepfer in tank maintenance. I would be happy to connect with anyone from the 67th, but especially A Company.Bill Douglas:|
Our tours overlapped by 11 months. I was there from Oct. 60 to May 63. I was a turret mechanic, company armorer and tool shed clerk. The CO was CPT. George Taylor. Remember Canisi and Evans and Lara? I shared a room with Lara.Calvin Poulsen:
I was in A Co Scout Plt.Apr. 57 to Feb. 60 Gyroed over from Ft Hood Tx in Nov 57 I had a couple buddys in Maintenance
|118) ken Ortiz dopk26@Adelphia.netLocation:|
|Sunday, 25. February 2007 21:17 Host: pool-68-160-148-194.bos.east.verizon.net I was staioned @47th 83-84 I vague remember Darryl Harrison,Rondeau was notorious for his partying.Do you remember Montalvo or the crazy mechanics Weinberger and Keller,Dave Marchand.How about the once lovely Sherry Burnette.It was truly a pleasure yo here from you…by the way was it you that lost your electric shaver @ was it Graffenvier?Gary Robinson:|
I remember montalvo,keller and the rest of them..steve edwards,opie..i remember kellerand weinberger getting cases of beer every night.I dont see how they got up i the morning but they were ok people and lets not forget frank walker…laterFrank Walker:
Oh yeah, who could forget Sherry. She lived for Neil Young. Last I heard, and this was many years ago, Keller was selling windows in Florida. When you mention mechanics you can’t forget Roddy. Biggest damn Puerto Rican I ever knew.
|117) Jim Breagy firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 25. February 2007 16:15 Host: pool-72-93-122-14.bstnma.east.verizon.net I was much surprised to find this website on my PC. I was stationed at Monteith from Feb. 53 to March 54. After I returned from Korea in Sept. 52 I had the opportunity to go to Germany where I served at Monteith in the regimental Intelligence & Reconnaisance platoon of the 169th Inf. Regt., 43rd Inf. Division. It looked a lot different then than it looks in the pictures I see on the website. All our buildings were painted in camouflage colors. I recall that there had been an small airfield there during the war. We had great times espcially inviting orphan children to share Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners with us. The well-known watering holes were the Metropole in Furth and the Flying Dutchman in Nurnberg.|
|116) Ray Farley email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 21. February 2007 14:02 IP: 188.8.131.52 My unit was HQ Co. 2nd 37th Armor Div, Monteith Barracks. Was stationed there for 18 months, middle of 1967 to March of 1968. I was in the 4 point Deuce mortars which were in 113 personnel carriers.Cool web site brings, back good thoughts now, of fun times at Graff., Hornsfelt, guard duty, KP, The WAll in Nurenburg, Krystal Palace, Snippers, Berchtesgaden, Garmisch and Amsterdam.I can see the faces of the guys but I can’t remember all of their names. Some of the names: Top Kick Kula, Platoon SFC Wayne Wiley. He went to O.C.S., Gaylord Bailey, Mike Bazelides, John Durris, Jimmy Carver, Brumsfield, John Funk, Grayson, Bost, Yamashita, clerk’s: Kato, John Stornetta.john batson:|
were you Sgt. Wileys driver, Ray? In my four years in the army, he was one of the very best ncos I ever encountered. I hope he made it through the RVN, which I assume, as a 2nd LT, he had to be and do. Joe Austin, 4.2 armorer, and I shipped to RVN at the same time-early 68.I arrived in Deutschland in fall of 66, along with Bazelides, Detroit John Durris, and a whole bunch who were trained as Signal Corp pole-linemen at Fort Gordon, Ga.- all to become some form of infantry.(Army typical, eh?) I drove #1 track(4.2), then took it easy as a track driver for Bn.Hq. I surely do wish I could remember all the names of all the very good people I armied with in the 2/37. Do you remember a Captain Pantalion, a real hardnose line captain. I said hello to him later in the px at Ci Chi, RVN. I used my excellent training that Sgt. Wiley gave us in Vietnam, as I was a 4deucer in the 1/5th Mech, 25th Division…from a Wyvern(2/37) to a bobcat(1/5.) I will revisit this sight hoping to read of others of our kammeraden.
|115) John S. Ehrhart RN USCG-DHS firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Annalong, Northern Ireland
|Tuesday, 20. February 2007 15:26 IP: 184.108.40.206 I Was in C. Company 47th Medical Bn Nürnberg, Germany APO 09068|
(Monteith Barracks Fürth, Germany)
1976 – 1979Do you remember me I drove an Ambulance (C-12) until I crashed on the Autobahn!!!!Jim Keating:
Yes I remember that I was a mechanic for Charlie company from 1976-1978.
Yes I remember that I was a mechanic for Charlie company from 1976-1978.
|114) mik germanoff email@example.comLocation:|
summerville south carolina
|Sunday, 18. February 2007 20:20 Host: cache-rtc-ae12.proxy.aol.com I was at monteith 82-84 at bravo company 501st S&T. 1sgt kent the man in charge what a joy! Just tring to locate old friends.Edward Poirier:|
hey mike I dont remember you,but I was there from july 1981 untill dec 82.But I can’t forget 1st sargent Woody Kent.He used to say”young man I’ll have you in manhiem”by the way I’m Ed Poirier.Frends from monteith inclued Mike Reynolds,Gary Beavers,Angel Fialla,Greenwood,Donald Yommer,But anyway im at firstname.lastname@example.org later.
|113) wayne j. wisdom email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 18. February 2007 13:45 IP: 220.127.116.11 Served there from 2/54 to 7/56. First in C Company, then in HQ Company as Bn CO’s radio operator and finally in D Company as communications Sgt.|
Any body remember 1st Sgt Warren Dix?
|112) David Robinson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 17. February 2007 23:26 Host: cpe-069-132-120-114.carolina.res.rr.com I was stationed at Montieth ’87-’91 with Dco 123rd Support Battalion (Armament section).|
|111) Mike Peacock email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 16. February 2007 02:04 Host: pD9560671.dip0.t-ipconnect.de We lived in the Nurnberg/Furth area in the 60s and 70s…my Dad was also stationed there in the 50s/60s/70s…SFC Waymon (Wayne) Peacock…the last unit he was in was 16th Engrs at Johnson Barracks. I played sports (aya and High School) in the 70s. I believ my Dad was stioned at Monteith during one of his tours. Looking for old friends or anyone that knew my ol’ man. Back living in Germany as a retiree (Landstuhl) after 25 years in the Army! God, I love this place…and how lucky we were to have lived in Nberg during the 60s/70s/and 80s.|
Take care, MSG (ret) Mike Peacock
|110) Dennis Faver firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Newport News, VA
|Thursday, 8. February 2007 20:41 Host: ip70-174-82-167.hr.hr.cox.net 76-78, B Co 501st S&T. Company Commander was the late Phil McManus. Platoon leaders in B Co were Charlie Herbek, Bill Spies, Bill “Bama” Cook and Tony Pirocco. We all drove VW Beetles. Wildest memory is of one of the troops stealing one of the float tanks out of the 123d Maintenance and chasing COL Hull (DISCOM Cdr) around the caserne.|
|109) Roger L Rothamel email@example.comLocation:|
Des Moines, Ia
|Wednesday, 7. February 2007 17:35 IP: 12-205-132-204.client.mchsi.com I was at Monteith 1964 to 1965 Co. B 2/37 armor. Stoppes there on vacation the summer of 2001 and it sure brought back memeries. The post had been taken over by someone making apartments out of the barracks. Everything was locked up so was unable to get inside. I’ll be sending some photos shortly of some of the fellows that were ther back then. Great exoerience with alot of field duty. Mike Johns and anyone else I would like to hear from youall!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Mike Johns:|
Check your e-mail……Mike
|108) John Fuzi firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 7. February 2007 10:35 Host: fl-71-49-225-73.dhcp.embarqhsd.net I was station there 1960 to1963,met and marry my wife there,still married,43 years,been back 6 times,my one son went with me 5 years ago,we play a round of golf,and got into my old barracks “B”battery 14th arty,if you go to google earth ,download it you can pull up anyplace in the world,really neat,also I took a metal detctor found all kinds of things,but someone had got there befor me,John Fuzi larry cummings:|
Was in Hq Bty, 14th Arty, 1960-61.
|107) Jerry Wilson email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 5. February 2007 21:00 Host: CPE-72-129-237-202.kc.res.rr.com Great site. I was in Hqs & A co. 47th Med Bn. from 1973 to 78. Would like to chat with any of our folks there that time frame.David Blanchette:|
Hi Jerry…looking for Doug Forsythe…any clue??? DB
|106) Lee Hubbard firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Virginia Beach Va.
|Wednesday, 31. January 2007 18:44 Host: ip70-174-15-14.hr.hr.cox.net I was there early 1968 to late 1969 with Co B, 504th S&T bn. This is a great site. Keep it going. HENRY ORDOYNE:|
I WAS THEIR 68-70 IN ACO DO YOU REMBER MIKE POWELL JU2004YNE1@COX.NET
|105) Stephon Warren email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 29. January 2007 16:21 IP: 18.104.22.168 Hello All,|
I was at Monteith Barracks from 1985 to 1989, in F Co, 123 SB. It was a good time in my life. I was young and enjoying everything life had to offer. I met some really nice people and made several friends that i have since, lost contact with. I hope this site will allow me to re-conect to them. I’ve already notice a few that have visited the site; Lori Williams and Danny McDonald to name a few. Thanks for all your work. Charlotte:
Would you remember Ivan DeLeon?Lorena Barreto ;-):
We love you, Staff and so glad to have caught up w/ you again!!Eric Hunter:
Hey staff i will shoot you an e-mail soon. Ran into sgt mac after desert storm when he was living there. I’m in austin so holla if your up this way.tina kirk melendez:
were you married to SSG Warren from 69th Supply room
|104) Jerry St Cyr firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Monteith Barracks and Bamberg
|Wednesday, 24. January 2007 15:36 Host: cpe-71-74-206-37.woh.res.rr.com I was stationed at Monteith & Bamberg in 1969. I don’t remember my Company but I do you remember 126th Maint Battalion. We went on a TDY called AMF and went to Bodo, Norway. This was possibly the highlight of my Army career. I would like to chat with anybody who knew me or was on AMF to Norway. Please contact: email@example.comTom:|
Jerry, Click on Nurenberg Military link on bottom and go to photos from there, Operation Green Express Denmark 1969
|103) Patrick Battistelli PBatti8724@aol.comLocation:|
Allen Park Michigan
|Wednesday, 24. January 2007 00:07 Host: cache-rtc-ad10.proxy.aol.com I was stationed at the Monteith Barracks from 1960 to March 10, 1962. I was in A Company, 67th Cav, 2d Med Tank Batt. I spent a lot of time drinking beer at the Colibri cafe. I was also TDY most of the time playing football for the Erlangen Turtles. I remember going out that main gate on overnight passes many a time. Bill Douglas:|
I was in the same company, during the same period. Let’s share more memories about the good ole days!
|102) Lawrence Hardy firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Colorado Springs Co
|Tuesday, 23. January 2007 14:41 Host: barracuda.afspc.af.mil I was station at Monteith Barracks from 1983 til 1985. The pictures bring back alot of memories. This was my first overseas assignment and it was the best. I ws in Charlie Company 123 Maint Bat. If any one was there during that time send me an email. I would love to chat.|
|101) Alan Holtrop email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 19. January 2007 01:29 Host: cpe-76-166-167-233.socal.res.rr.com Was at Monteith from May 1984 to July 1986. Machinist with A company, 4th support battalion.|
|100) Alan Pittsinger firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 15. January 2007 22:38 Host: pool-207-68-110-55.alt.east.verizon.net I was stationed at Montieth (68-70) with the 126th after we moved there from Crailsheim.A Co. was in Crailsheim before merging with HQ Co. at Furth.I worked in the motor pool and was Capt. Martin’s driver.Any one know of Capt. Martin’s whereabouts? How about Dennis Findly of St. Louis Mo? I saw Phil Icolino’s name and I think I remember Tom Stalgaitus.1st Sgt Moore,Sgt Ricklef,Sgt. Sanders,Bob Moore from Pa.john sines:|
alan my name is john sines I was in the 126from 1967 to 1969worhed in the warehouse then went to float sectionunder ssg erwine. talked to rick pennick and tom stalgaitis looked at pictures and wished I could turn back time
|99) anthony loyola email@example.comLocation:|
bakersfield , ca.
|Sunday, 14. January 2007 21:37 Host: adsl-75-15-228-250.dsl.bkfd14.sbcglobal.net cool sight glad i found it ,i was stationed there oct. 1986 to july 1988|
lots of memories , keep up the good workmike rodriguez(paco):
why aint there more criminals on this sight
69th criminals foreverSpanky:
Hey tony I was with paco at Fort Story Va. for 3 days but other than that nobody, what ever happened to Capt. Boyce? or TC. Smally, or that Ahole Sgt. Hodge
|98) Ramona Wall firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Orange, TX 77630-8443
|Saturday, 13. January 2007 23:08 Host: cache-mtc-ad08.proxy.aol.com My husband, 1SG Melvin J. Wall was stationed at Monteith barracks from the late 1957 until November 1960 when we came back to the states for his retirement. My husband died in July 2005. I just found out about this site from a friend and I will be checking back in again. Ramona Wall|
|97) Edward Poirier email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 9. January 2007 17:14 Host: mailhost.barnstablefire.org I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1981 to 1983. First Sargeant’s name; Woody Kent…looking for old friends – Gary Beavers & Donald Yommer. We had lots of beers at The Ranch across the street. Feel free to send me an email.|
|96) Thomas N Corl firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
China Grove, N.C.
|Sunday, 7. January 2007 22:46 IP: 166-82-223-168.quickclick.ctc.net I was station at Fort Hood Texas in 1957, then went to Monteith Barracks Furth Germany from 1957 to 1959. I was with the 14th Arty. 4th Armord Division, Field Communication. I wood like to contact anyone who was there at that time. email@example.com|
|95) Lori Williams-Sconyers firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 7. January 2007 00:21 Host: adsl-34-5-138.asm.bellsouth.net I was stationed on Monteith from 88 to 90. I was in A Co., 123rd S.B. I had a great time in Germany. I have pictures of the many BBQ’s we used to have outside of A Co. I will try and post them soon.|
|94) Leticia A. Ramos Letty_f2002@yahoo.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 31. December 2006 21:44 Host: cpe-66-68-246-227.rgv.res.rr.com I’m so very happy and thankful for your site. When I saw the front gate to Montieth, I cried. It brought back so many great memories. I was there from 1982-1984 Hi fellas! I loved you all and love you still. I was in A Co. 501st. S&T battallion and used to work for C.I.F. on the issue line. later I drove a duece and a half to deliver supplies to you all out in the field. I met airmen, tankers, mechanics, medical personnel, and so on. I met you all on warm days & cold days out in the field delivering supplies as well as c-rations. Montieth is one of the best memories of my life and always will be. I’m in the corporate world now and things have certainly changed but my memories of you all will live with me always no matter where my life may take me. Does anyone remember Richard Herman? He was in transport and used to drive a big tow truck and I believe he was a mechanic as well. He was from Houston, Tx. Please e-mail me if you get a chance. Would love to talk about the good old days with youJose J. Flores Jr.:|
LETICIA , MY NAME IS JOE FLORES AND I WAS STATIONED AT MONTEITH BARRACKS 1970 TO 1973 WITH THE 126TH MT. BN. WHICH LATER BECAME THE 123RD. I’AM ALSO FROM MCALLEN, SMALL WORLD.Lanora:
Leticia!! i do remember you i think!! lol.. this is lanora martin aka sgt martin.. wow, i believe you were leaving as i was arriving!!!
|93) Bruce Ward Location:|
|Wednesday, 27. December 2006 22:56 Host: ip24-253-8-48.lv.lv.cox.net I was a short timer when I got to furth in 1975. I got lucky and was a mail clerk,,|
( For A short while), in HQ,HQC,1st armored Div,support command.I had a NCO,IC, last name Shoeland,, I think thats how it was spelled,,Great guy I wish I listened to him. I had a blast and met alot of good people.
|92) David Burch email@example.comLocation:|
LOs Altos, CA.
|Tuesday, 26. December 2006 01:10 Host: adsl-69-110-156-232.dsl.pltn13.pacbell.net I was stationed there Nov 53 to May 55. A Co, 169th inf. 43rd Div. re-designated 39th Inf. 9th Div.I was transferred to Headquarters Company where I drove a jeep for Batt. S2 (Capt Smith) for about three months, then back to Abel Co.I still have the enameled sign (A Co. 169 Inf.) that was on the barracks when it was re-designated (I stole it)|
|91) Mark Vernon Location:|
Fargo, North Dakota
|Friday, 22. December 2006 00:54 IP: 22.214.171.124 I was stationed with Charlie Co. 125th Support Battalion from 1988 until the Post closed after Desert Shield/Desert Storm in 1991. I helped pack the place up and turn it into supply.That front gate picture has brought back many happy memories. I have some pic’s when I get them in a digital copy I will upload..I remember the bar across the street.. “The Ranch” and that little real Italian Pizza Place.. Oh I miss that pizza. Going downtown..Hey to McKinny, Root, Brian B, SSG Williams, Roudy Rodrigez, Cpt. Childers, SFC Crook and so many others.. Always in my thoughts.to email me remove the -at- and the -dot-SFC Rolando Chacon:|
I don’t remember you and you probably don’t remember me but I was originally with Cco 501st at Monteith but we later moved to Vilseck. I was attached to your unit as a medic along with SPC McDonalds and SPC Neally. We went with you guys to Saudi/Iraq. I remember a girl named Angie Hicks from West Virginia, Cpt Childers, Root (Skinny crazy guy if I remember correctly). I think the pizza place across the street was run by a Yugoslavian guy named Pedro? I was at Monteith this weekend and you can read my comment about it on this website. I drove a track with a Mexican SGT and I think his name was Ramos. Where did you work at? I am still in the Army at almost 19 years and am currently stationed in Stuttgart. I hope to hear from you soon. My email is RCDUETTO@AOL.COMMark Vernon:
It has been a while since I have been to the site and see that I forgot my email address..
mvernon -at- cableone -dot- net
Glad to see this site still going..jerry dapice:
mark iwas there with you for a while in 88-89.i had a great time over ther except when i got in trouble.still can speak some german.looking to find some of those guys.write back mark
|90) Vince Lorditch firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 15. December 2006 18:26 IP: 108.cambridge-05rh15-16rt.ma.dial-access.att.net I was stationed at Monteith from July ’72|
until Dec.’74. First with the Engineer shop Co.B 123rd Main Btn. then the Tech Supply warehouse of Hq and A Co.
Does anyone remember the car races out on area bihind the air field and the shop area?Henry:
I was there early 74 – late 76. I drove #17, then went to #14 laterchuck loso sfc retired:
I was with co b 501st from 74-77 I took over your old number 17
|89) steve trykar email@example.comLocation:|
Fountain Valley, CA
|Wednesday, 13. December 2006 13:04 Host: cpe-67-49-87-61.socal.res.rr.com Was stationed in the finance section in 71-72, Our group was in charge of auditing pay records which was done badly, we called ourselves the machy nichys. Remember how bad the latrines smelled and painting the walls with the plaster falling off. Still remember Buzz House , Eddie Davis and Captain McCoy, hope you are all doing well!Tom Harris:|
Steve….remember your first roommate…yeah, here I am…Tom Harris from Georgia…what crazy times!! I did a lot of crazy things…glad I survived…good to hear from you…Tom:
Steve…this is Tommy again…your first roomie at Monteith…yeah, the crazy southern boy from Georgia…what crazy times!!!drop me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|88) dave baker email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 11. December 2006 14:01 Host: dsl-65-219-213-109.taconic.net Hi, i was stationed at Monteith from Oct,57 til Oct, 59 in Hq Co 67th Amour, drove a 5 ton most of the time.|
|87) Wiley C Ccnner,Jr firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 3. December 2006 18:18 Host: adsl-155-141-22.asm.bellsouth.net I was stationed there from September 1948 until October 1950. My unit was Heavy Mortar Co, 16th Inf Regt.I joined the 6th Infantry and went to Berlin. Those were some of the fondest memories I had as a young soldier….|
|86) Ent Kurt Kurt.Ent@t-online.deLocation:|
|Friday, 1. December 2006 17:38 Host: pD9E5DEC7.dip.t-dialin.net 1960-1965 1960 war ich 9 jahre alt.ich wohnte in Fürth-Unterfarnbach. Nach der Schule ging ich sehr oft mit meinen Freunden auf das Gelände der Monteith Barracks. Die Soldaten waren sehr freundlich zu uns Deutschen Kindern.Wir bekamen Schokolade und in den Küchen gab es Eiscrem.Später durfte ich auf der Driving Ranch und als Caddie ein bischen Geld verdienen.Ein Teil des Geldes steckten wir in die Jukbox des Gastauses Lindenklause und hörten DooWop und Rock`n Roll.|
I say thank you the soldiers for this time and the good doings for the German Childrens.I think still often Back.
|85) Elizabeth Young FamOf8@juno.comLocation:|
|Friday, 1. December 2006 02:37 Host: c-24-20-108-225.hsd1.wa.comcast.net I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1977-1979. Served as a cook at the 123rd Dining Facility during the years that we won the Best Small Dining Facility in the Army. I loved Germany so much and hope to come back someday. It was such a surprise to find that the base is gone. It really was such a nice base….small and not so much hubbub like the bigger bases….but still a lot of fun to be had there. Do you remember all the feral cats that lived there and that would come out at night? And does anyone remember that incredible pizza place right outside the gate where it would always be so crowded (especially on Friday and Saturday nights) that you’d have to sqeeze in to place your order and then wait outside if there was no room inside? Gotta feel sorry for the owners of that shop when Monteith closed down. They were doing a booming business there. I miss all of my friends that I made. Kept in touch with some for awhile and then they would move and I never found them again.|
|84) Grover L. Wilkinson email@example.comLocation:|
Bay Shore, New York
|Thursday, 30. November 2006 23:14 Host: cache-rtc-ad05.proxy.aol.com I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from Oct. 57 to Oct 59 with the 504 TH. Aviation Company. I spent most of my time in the field. I was a crew chief on L-19s and worked on the helicopter in our company too.I was in trainning in Hoenfels for a while. Anyone remember the Gasthhaus on the right as you enter Furth by the trolley circle? I checked out the tunnels at Monteith too.|
|83) Rick Beach firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 26. November 2006 09:21 Host: pool-71-113-96-151.sttlwa.dsl-w.verizon.net I was TC on 22 C 2/37 Oct 1970 to June 1971|
|82) RICHARD A VECCHIO FLYINGEAGLEemail@example.comLocation:|
PEACHTREE CITY, GA 30269
|Sunday, 26. November 2006 08:09 Host: dialup-126.96.36.199.Dial1.Atlanta1.Level3.net I WAS STATIONED IN FURTH MONTEITH BARRACKS PART OF 1958 WITH THE 504 AVAITION CO, 4 TH ARMORED DIV. WAS TRANSFERRED TO OTHER AREAS UNTIL DISCHARGE JULY 1959,I WAS A L-19 CREW CHIEF….|
|81) RICH GARGANO RMGARGA14@AOL.COMLocation:|
|Saturday, 25. November 2006 00:19 Host: cache-dtc-ac09.proxy.aol.com HEY LEON,I WAS STATIONED WITH YOU IN MONTEITH 1961-62,I ALWAYS THOUGHT YOU WERE ITALIAN LIKE ME,YOU REMEMBER. I WORKED THE MOTOR POLL WITH FREDDY BUSH AND SGT.FRENCH. OUR CO WAS CAPT.RADCLIFF,WE HAD CAPT.HARRY RIVERA FIRST. SOME OF THE OTHER GUYS,LIKE MIKE HEAD,TOM ONORATO,BOTTS,HILTON. I STILL HAVE A COMPANY PHOTO OF ALL OF US.I FOUND THIS SITE BY ACCIDENT-LOOKED UP FURTH AND MONTEITH AND BINGO!! WHAT A TRIP DOUN MEMORY LANE.|
|80) Leon Mangano firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Cape Cod Mass
|Thursday, 23. November 2006 15:29 Host: cache-mtc-ad05.proxy.aol.com I was at Monteith from 1960 till 1963 Co D 2nd Med tank Battalion 67 Armor we had the only heavy tank company there M103 heavy tank 63 tons looking for Gene Ray from Oklahoma Ramon Quevas he was a cook Jeff Running from the mid west Mc Farlin and Price part of our crew on the M60 tank|
|79) george a small email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 23. November 2006 12:33 Host: client-66-116-33-201.consolidated.net i was at monteith 1960, to 1962.|
Dco, 67th armor bn, 4th armor div. looking for anyone who knows robert carver, or sammy hammontree, form Cco. also john lane from hq co scout plt
carver was at last contact in ft knox ky.
|78) Brian A Wallis Location:|
|Wednesday, 22. November 2006 18:30 Host: adsl-220-212-103.bhm.bellsouth.net Greetings, My dad is Chuck Wallis. He lives in Furth.|
|77) ARTHUR W DAHLGREN JR DAHLGRENA@BELLSOUTH.NETLocation:|
|Monday, 20. November 2006 22:33 Host: adsl-156-64-136.msy.bellsouth.net WAS STATIONED AT MONTEITH BARRECKS FROM MAY 1982 THRU AUG 1984|
|76) John Goldston firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 10. November 2006 12:56 Host: adsl-65-66-219-132.dsl.hstntx.swbell.net I was assigned to D company of the 47th medical bn but worked and lived in the dispensary. I was at Monteith Barracks from ’71 to ’73. Used to go to a ‘gasthaus’ for food and beer that was north of the base and run by a man and his elderly mother. Man’s name was Fritz. Anyone remember him and the place?Joe Pearsall OKC:|
I arrived at C Company 47th Med in September 1972 and stayed at Monteith until August 1974. Was D Company the ambulance company for the 47th? When I arrived my CO was Lt Oberlander and then later Major Caskey. Does any of this sound familiar? I’m sure we saw each other almost daily for a year or so.john goldston:
Joe, I am sure we crossed paths at some point given that the company area was not all that big. Yes, I think D company was the ambulance company. I think I remember Oberlander. How about Lt Col. Buell and Capt. Kaminar, remember those names?Joe Pearsall:
I believe Lt Col Buell sounds familiar; was he the Bn Commander?Tommy:
I was stationed at Monteith from 71-74…first with 1st AD Finance, then with 501st S & T HHC…I do remember Fritz’s place…he used to bake bread every Tuesday & Thursday…you could smell it a mile before you got there….good beer too!!!!spent many Friday afternoon’s there playing cards and drinking beer….I used to play guitar a lot….we also used to go to a guest house on the way to fuerth…it was on the main drag from the base on the left just before you got to the trolley turnaround….we simply called Pop’s Place.;.
|75) Scott Ross email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 6. November 2006 22:08 IP: 188.8.131.52 Aug 74 to Dec 76 A Co 123rd Maint Bat. Drove a 5 ton semi. Anyone else from the plattoon then write me!srRUSS CYR ENFIELD,CT:|
SCOTT IT’S RUSS, LETS SEE IF WE CAN GET JOHN VASQUEZ,BERNIE HARRIS,RAMONE LINDER,JEFF SUTHERLAN,GEORGE MCINTIRE,DAVE HADDEN,TO WRITE A COMMENT. A COMPANY 123 MAINT BTL 1974 TO 1977, CAN’T FORGET LT LIMMERMANMike Gendron:
My name is Mike Gendron and I was Mail Clerk for 123Hq and A & B Cos.from 1/76 to 4/78. Russ if you visit this site again e-mail me at
I’ve lost contact with all the guysRichard Wallace:
This is former Sp5 Wallace…
Remeber the 21/2 truck drive to the concert? I drove part of the way!
I remember talking to you on the phone about 20 years ago…
We always had smiles – was that fun or what?
I’ll throew some pics up soon…
I just found this site , and man is it ever great.I stayed at Montieth Nov,75 till June,78
When I first got there John Vasquez picked me up at the bus stop and showed me around for a couple of days.My first room was with you,Bernie Harris,and Russ Cyr,what a wild time,you guys took me in.I know we haven’t spoke or seen one another in over 25 years,but the memories are still there,after finding this site it all came rushing back.there was us,Sgt. Marks (big bird) Major Ridley, Sandy,Dan Spaulding the list goes on.
|74) Robert Young firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 1. November 2006 09:53 Host: adsl-75-35-247-145.dsl.bcvloh.sbcglobal.net WOW! I didn’t realize Monteith was gone. What a shame, I was stationed there From oct. 83 to Mar 85 At the 141st signal Support Platoon, there were only a couple dozen of us,but we were a close knit unit and that place has alot of special memories.Robert G. Gooch:|
Robert–I was at the 144 sig suppt from 06/67 thru 10/68 Is this the same place–Right at front gate at the turn in the streetSteve Harris:
Hey Robert! didn’t you get out early because of your father passing away back then? My name is Steve Harris and i was dating a girl back in Ohio named Tammi Young remember that. I got there in January 1984 and stayed until Juli 1985 if you want to talk anymore just write to me at email@example.com i am still in Germany but not in the military.
|73) Mike Williams firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 26. October 2006 12:06 IP: 184.108.40.206 Great website! It brings back many fond memories to see the photos and to read about all who have walked the ground at Monteith. I was stationed there from Mar 71 to Mar 74, with the 504th/501st S&T Bn. I served as a young lieutenant in A Co., as the motor officer and Class I platoon leader and then moved up to the BN HQ as the S1/Adjutant. When I first got there LTC Norman Oaks was the battalion commander and was replaced by a gem of a guy, LTC “Matt” Dillon. I would love to hear from any of the old S&T soldiers, especially those who I worked with and have probably forgotten until discovering this website.SGM J.E. PLATT RET.:|
I WAS WITH THE 501ST FROM 73-76 THEN WENT TO HQ DISCOM FROM 76-78. AT THE 501 I WAS THE NCOIC OF THE AUTOMATED PROPERTY BOOK SECTIION UNDER CPT SEAY, THEN WENT TO B CO. AS THE FIRST SERGEANT UNDER CPT AMRSTRONG.THE CSM WAS CSM GAY OR DAY??ralph harrell:
I was in A Co 501st S&T Bn from 1973,74 and 75. I was in class 1 section and was constantly in the field.I was an E5 at the time.I had plt sgt’s named sfc cacino and wright. I don’t remember you but it was good talking to you .Joe Earnest:
Hi Mike, I was the company clerk for Company B in 71 and I still have internmittant contact with Bob Kryzkowski, who was the company clerk at Company A in 71. I’m going to send him a link to this site as soon as I get through looking around.
|72) gene l.oss email@example.comLocation:|
fayetteville n.c. 28304-1311
|Wednesday, 25. October 2006 15:02 Host: cpe-065-191-020-178.nc.res.rr.com hello again i am still looking for anyone that was in hq co 1st bn 9th inf div i hope someone from the division will get this message and give me a call or e-mail me. i was there from 1952 to 1956 thank you gene|
|71) bill mawhinney firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 18. October 2006 12:38 IP: 65-78-70-243.c3-0.tlg-ubr5.atw-tlg.pa.cable.rcn.com Stationed at Monteith Sept “56 to Nov”57.|
“A” Co. in Oct “56 transferred to Hq Co Ist Bn. Visited Monteith June “79 when it was still active.When flying to Moscow on business Jan “95 I sat next to a SFC who deplaned at Frankfurt returning to Monteith. Shook his hand and told him I was stioned there before he was born. Small world.
|70) Tom Stalgaitis email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 15. October 2006 18:41 Host: ip68-9-145-155.ri.ri.cox.net Eddie, Thanks for posting the photos I sent. I’d like to encourage anyone who has old photos to send them in. It brings back part of my life not easy to forget. Also check out the web page nurnbergmilitaryarea.comTomEddie:|
Yep, thanks, everyone enjoys looking through the photos. Some people didn’t take any while they were over there, so this is the only way they have of remembering the place.
|69) RenateGibbs firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 14. October 2006 21:16 IP: 220.127.116.11.adsl.hal-pc.org I need to mal a correction.|
Bill Gibbs was in the CharlieBattery in 1966-1968 he was Sp5 and the moved to Merrell Baracks in 1968 ,we got married in 1967 and still married.Any one still rember him ,would be nice if you contact him Richard Lake:
I was only in C battery for a few months at the end of 67, start of 68, but I can’t remember him. I was in the fire direction center, before moving to HQ battery to head the new air defense (red eye)section.
|68) Bill Getty email@example.comLocation:|
Santa Clara, CA
|Friday, 13. October 2006 18:49 IP: 18.104.22.168.ptr.us.xo.net Years: 1982-1986, Worked @ DMMC/LASSO. It would be nice to here from someone from the pass – and yes Odette and I are still married going on 25 years.tess jones marroquin:|
getty! we worked together. wow so many years! so glad to hear you and odette are still together.
tess jones – hung out with terri cervone and candy peterson
|67) Carlo Rotolo firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 6. October 2006 12:43 Host: adsl-68-79-140-145.dsl.emhril.ameritech.net I was stationed there from 1985 – 1992 With Bco 123rd Support which changed to Dco 4th support around 1987. I would love to hear from some of the people I was stationed with back then.Bob Lembke:|
I was in B co 123rd Mt Bn and attached to 280th Ord Det as a 63 H tracked vehicle mech. After 280th went to monteith and bo 123rd changed names I had to go to montieth for Weds training. i think I was in 7th squad (schwabach contact team) I think the kotterbach contact team was 8th squad???? i worked for SSG Lee & SSG Smallwood. Sgt Way, Spc Ventalet, PFC Al Espinosa, was a friend of mine…were the guys I worked with
|66) Donna R Diaz email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 1. October 2006 12:04 IP: 154-203.126-70.tampabay.res.rr.com My husband, Jose R Diaz, was at Monteith from l971 to 1973. He was in drug abuse counseling most of the time there. He passed away in 1975 but I would love to hear from some of his buddies, especially David A Reed, possibly from Tennessee.Joe Earnest:|
Sgt Diaz was a good guy.
|65) Matt Reigel firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 29. September 2006 12:41 Host: p548BE06B.dip.t-dialin.net I was with the 529th Ord. Co. from Dec. 1987 until the unit moved to Ferris Barracks in Erlangen in mid 1989. I just visited, 27 Sept. 06. It has been left to the elements. A bit sad to see. The hangers have been used by German businesses and there is a bit of construction here and there, but all the barracks are empty. One of the hangers out at the back gate is being used as a horse arena.Many great memories! The thick morning fog (but not the PT in it!), the pizza joint outside of the gate, the tunnels under the post, travels around the city, and the Greek resturant down where the Strassenbahn turned around in Fürth. Love to hear from anyone stationed there during that time or with the 529th.|
|64) Renay Rebi47@aol.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 28. September 2006 11:22 Host: cache-frr-ad02.proxy.aol.com I´m looking for:|
Arthur Hall, born about 1951, stationed at Monteith 1971 till Oct. 1973, from Norfolk,Va.
Michael Bess (wife: Wanda, daughter: Vanessa), stationed at Monteith 1973 till 1976, lived in housing area.
Pleae e-mail or write to:
Postfach 71 01 07
Thanks for your help.
|63) Allen Ham email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 23. September 2006 22:08 Host: pool-71-244-217-41.chi01.dsl-w.verizon.net Great Site, brings back old memories.|
I was at Monteith in HHQ Btry 2nd 14th Arty July 1967 to January 1968jim robinson:
Allen i just found the web sit yesterday and noticed your comments.I was in the same unit 64-67.I found a HQ picture on the site that was from 1966.I left in feb 67 so we have crossed paths sine it was such a small post.JIM ROBINSON:
I sent you a e-mail about the 14TH ARTY reunion but it came back.Just wondered if you knew about it.I am going to try to go. thought it would be great if some guys from 2/14 hq was there. If you need info on the reunion drop me a e-mailJIM ROBINSON:
Allen i cant get your e-mail to work drop me a email.My e-mail address is posted by my comments
|62) Jim Spence firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 19. September 2006 17:41 IP: 22.214.171.124 Served 1964-1965 at Montieth Barracks. 2 Battalion 37th Armor, company C, Third platoon. I was injured in a Tank accident in the motor pool.Would like to thank the people that came to my aid and also my company commander who’s name I forgot. Also I would like to hear from anyone that remembers me.Manuel Gonzales:|
Don’t know if you would remember me, but I remember you. Manuel Gonzales (E-5) Served 1965-1967 at Monteith Barracks, 2nd Battalion 37th Armor, HQ CompanySpc, 5 J . P . Raney:
Johnnie P. Raney 1963 to 1965 at Montieth Barrackes . I was in Graf the same time as you > I have pic’s just like yours of that tank that rolled over . Good memories over there .
|61) rudy ramirez email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 15. September 2006 22:32 Host: ip70-177-23-86.lu.dl.cox.net i was stationed with the 48 med bn in 1971 but then shipped out to viet nam|
|60) Helen Cunningham firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 15. September 2006 16:44 Host: pD9E5CDCB.dip.t-dialin.net I was Director of the Entertainment center and the Recreation center from 1985 to closure. organized all those wonderful entertainment contests. Lots of fun!!! Would love to hear from any of our volunteers, staff and friends…Woody, Frank, Sara, Dozer, Scott and of course the guys from “Motorpool madness” 69th ChemLionie:|
Hey there Boss, Lionie here.
Whatever happened to Bullock? All is AWESOME with a spouse, 2 kids and a dog-can you believe it. Miss you and hope you are doing well. What I miss the most are the shows and trips we planned for the soldiers and the restaurant down the street at the corner (family owned I think Greek or Italian). Good food and fun.
|59) Tom Stalgaitis email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 15. September 2006 15:53 Host: ip24-250-12-87.ri.ri.cox.net The latest posting brought up something I forgot about, the many tunnels that were sealed off under Monteith Barracks. Does anyone have any more information on them? We tried to enter one from an elevetor shaft in the warehouse, didn’t get too far.Robert Downs:|
The only tunnel I was able to get into was the tunnel at the top of the hill just off the back gate. As I remember it, the structure was about waist high, and someone had bashed a hole in the seal. The tunnel entrance looked like a manhole without the cover with a rebar type ladder extending downward. The tunnel depth — as I remember it was about 30 or 40 feet. I just recall it being very deep and very, very dark. The tunnel itself was narrow and hewn out of bedrock, no improvements that I remember. At the bottom of the shaft I could go in two directions, both of which eventually ended up meeting further seals. We were worried about getting caught, so we didn’t spend a whole lot of time down there. I was awfully brave back then…
|58) Robert Downs firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 15. September 2006 08:45 Host: kais-dso.pat.eu.dodea.edu I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1982 through 1984. I was assigned to the 501st S & T Battalion. Our First Sergeant was 1SG Arizumi whom we affectionately referred to as “Stump the Chump”. My clearest fuzzy memories of that period was the “Ranch” bar and the pizzaria trailer across the road from the front gate. The owner of that pizzaria had a young son (at the time) who now owns an Italian restaurant near the former NEX Complex in Naples, Italy. Our paths crossed a couple of years ago and it was a nice reunion of sorts. I enjoyed Monteith Barracks and explored at least one of the tunnels through a somewhat inadequately sealed entry near the back gate. Polish Sausage & Galaga at the bowling alley — and most of all, driving my fuel tanker all over the region dropping fuel. Refueling tankers at… can’t remember the name now. At any rate, it was a great tour for a young kid.|
|57) Roger Smith email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 14. September 2006 15:23 Host: host.cdicorp.com I was in HQ Battery 2 Btn/14th Arty from late 1965 to early 1967 in FDC. The picture of the front gate sure brought back memories, like catching a taxi at the bahnhof late at night to get back to Monteith Barracks.Also the picture of Charlie’s was a memory mover. Drank a lot of beer in there and had some good schnitzel. Also remember a place called Pop Sorrel’s. He was a retired Sgt that married a local “rad”. They were rebuildingthe trolley turn-around when I got there in ’65 and they were still working on it in ’67 when I left. “So many cobble stones and so many biere breaks”JIM ROBINSON CULLMAN ALA:|
Hey roger i was in HQ Battery at the same time. I was there 64-67 so we proably crossed paths.I worked in liason and the fdc.I listed the names of some guys that i ran with yesterday.I just found the site yesterday what a suprise to see the unit picture in the furth gallery.Drop me an e-mail maybe we can stir up a memory.
|56) Larry Kopecky firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 13. September 2006 23:49 Host: cpe-72-130-138-179.san.res.rr.com Anyone from detachment C – 1968? We ran the flight operations during this time. Air rescue too.|
|55) Paul Resor email@example.comLocation:|
Abita Springs, La.
|Tuesday, 12. September 2006 16:11 Host: cache-mtc-ad02.proxy.aol.com Was stationed at Monteith Barracks with Svc. Co. 16th,Inf.Regt, 1st Inf. Div. 1951 & 52|
|54) Tom Stewart firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 7. September 2006 10:22 Host: Mix-LeMans-205-1-176.w193-250.abo.wanadoo.fr Looking for any assigned to the Mental Hygiene Consultation Svc., 4th AD, circa 1967-1970. The “shrink unit” had the upstairs of the dispensary. Psychiatrists were CA Smith and Geoff Tucher. I was the Social Work Officer for 4th AD during the period. Names of Keith Abrahams, George Bibby, Bob Swinter, Charlie Johnson and others come to mind.|
Thanks for the website. Monteith was a unique place.
|53) Miguel (Mike) Alicea email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 4. September 2006 07:29 IP: 67-139-61-160.dsl1.mon.ny.frontiernet.net Thanks for this sight, when I first found it I was taken back to the winter of 76 and for a moment I felt time was non existent and the memories of those 32 months at monteith were fresh as todays morning dew.|
47th medical battalion
|52) Harry Abernethy firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 2. September 2006 21:45 IP: 66-52-220-26.sttl.mdsg-pacwest.com Thank you for setting up this site. I knew I had some fond memories of my time at Monteith, But did not reolize, just how sweet they are, till I saw The picture of the front GAte. I have not stopped smiling for three days.|
I was with HQ & A co. 123 MT. BT. from mid 74 to OCT. 76
Any one, THAT was there when I was, that would like to send me an email, I would love to here from you.Michael Gendron:
This is Mike Gendron, I was in 123hq co from jan 76 to april 78, I was the mail clerk. I remember your name but can’t put a face to it.
|51) Tom Walston email@example.comLocation:|
Johnson City, TX
|Thursday, 31. August 2006 16:26 Host: gw.soah.state.tx.us I served at Monteith Barracks with the 501st S&T Batallion, 1st Armored Division, from April 1974 – July 1977. Would like to hear from anyone there during that time.chuck loso sfc retired:|
was there the same time in company b naintanence section. do remmber the name. think we did a lot of volksmarches together
|50) Big J Location:|
|Saturday, 19. August 2006 17:28 Host: ip24-250-12-87.ri.ri.cox.net Hey, anyone get sent to Furth (Johnson, Monteith etc.)from Ft. Polk end of August 1968 after Russia invaded Prague?|
|49) Gary Robinson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 15. August 2006 13:17 Host: ip72-204-222-226.ph.ph.cox.net I was their from 81-84…This was the hotel califorina of germany..had a great time with all of my friends….im a 100% disable combat veteran show me the money…ha hagary:|
looking for info about ITT in the local area….
|48) Juan Q “John” Taitano email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 13. August 2006 07:13 IP: 126.96.36.199.cmts5.guam.net I was with the Charlie Battery 2nd/14 Artillery at the Montieth Barrack from January 1964 to April 1966. The pictures here bring back lots of memories. Thanks. I will be putting in some pictures the next time I visit this site.Renate Gibbs Houston TX:|
i found this page trough a girlfriend myn .My Husband Bill Gibbs was in the Charlie Battery in 1966 -1968 we got married and still maried.He was a Sp.5Charlie Brown:
I was in Charlie Battery from Nov 60 – Mar 63. When I left there, Capt Hulse was the Battery CO and 1st Sgt Welch was 1st sgt. Were they still there when you arrived?
|47) julio rodriguez firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
juana diaz ,puerto rico
|Saturday, 12. August 2006 14:18 Host: adsl-72-50-97-180.prtc.net i was station at monteith from 1984 to 1986, with the medical unit with the m113 medical tracks. i was a e-5 sergent ,they used to call me the homewrecker it a long story ,anyhow had lots of fun beer pizza from across the street.(sergeant rod if anybody out remenbers.|
|46) Clarence Preston email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 9. August 2006 02:37 Host: strangers158.bragg.army.mil I have some fond memories of Monteith, the Ranch, Nashville, and the A Co 1st floor. I was assigned to C Co. 123rd MSB from 1989 to 1991 fixing radios then later worked the gate as the kaserne closed. I worked with Sgt Cook, Parham, Liddel, Anderson, Wolf, Todd,mitchell birchfield:|
i remember you.my name is mitchell birchfield i worked at the quartermaster section in charlie co.i was there when they closed the gates.i did’nt have a job at the end.i went downtown and drank all day and night at the irish pub and green goose remember that big goofy kid from kySPC Jeff oswald:
Whats up man,was just telling stories about you the other day.I worked with you in Cco fixing heaters and drinking as much beer as we could.Remember SGt gonzales,SSGt barnett,SGt apple, drop me a line if you read this FIRSTPETER217@aol.com
|45) rick redner firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 4. August 2006 16:19 IP: 188.8.131.52 70-71 Worked in S2/S3 hq with G.Patton Jr. Hadd’da ball (if not on alert)! Have stayed in contact with Max Marcus over the years. Boudreaux was company captain at time. I had german motorcyle I’d park at head shedd! Like to hear from ya if remember me. Rick Redner|
|44) Darryl Harrison email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 29. July 2006 21:38 IP: 140-43-174-206.gci.net WOW, what a blast from the past! I was stationed there from 1981-’84 in HHS, 47th Med-had a great time there,it was pretty “laid back” compared to the rest of my 20 yr. career(82nd ABN, S.F.,recruiting and 2 “hardcore” INF Bns.I drank lots of good beer-I loved to go to Bamberg and drink their world famous “smoked” beer.I can still remember all the great concerts at that time-I saw Styx,Rush,Dire Straits, Bruce Springsteen,AC/DC,The Stones at the Olympiastadion in Munich and the “final” Supertramp concert all within about a year. Spent a lot of time at Graf but travelled around whenever I could including a week of sailing at Lake Chiemsee and a couple of trips to ski in Garmish-I also went on several “Volksmarches”. In the winter is was fun just to hang around in the barracks with friends, drink beer and listen to music. Seeing the photo on the home page brought back a lot of memories i’ll tell you. I worked as an SP at the front gate for a time-what a cool Job!This was one of the best times of my life!! I’d like to give a shout out to Gary Robinson, Ed Bergmann, John Rondeau,OPIE and anyone else that I may have forgotten.Gary:|
what a great time on the second floor..I loved all my ladies…
dont forget fleetwood mac when we ran out of gas…ha ha
|43) Don Morgan firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 29. July 2006 19:27 Host: adsl-70-238-141-254.dsl.stlsmo.sbcglobal.net Stationed at Monteith Bks. Dec.’60-Nov.’64 with B Co 126th Ord BN which later became E Co 126th Maint Bn during my stay. I worked in the Armament Sec as a Tank Turret/Artillery Repairman. Looking for other old timers who were there during the same time frame.|
|42) Ray Miller email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 29. July 2006 12:43 IP: 24-151-232-234.dhcp.kgpt.tn.charter.com Hey, anyone out there have any extra unit crests from 123rd maintenance ( Forging Onward ) I lost mine in a house fire and trying to replace them I only need two if you have any extra.|
|41) Danny McDonald firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 26. July 2006 12:41 IP: 184.108.40.206 I loved Monteith Barracks and the Company I was in. F Company 123 support at the time of 84 to 89. We had a name for ourselves in basketball, Flag football and of course I was involved.|
Here are some of the names of people in my company, Sgt J.Longstreet, Sgt E. Outlaw, Sgt M. Williams,Sgt. McIntyre, Sgt Warren,etc.. Hope someone know these individuals Charlotte White–:
I was a cook at Northfork 85-88. My son’s father was Deleon. Deleon passed away in 93.Richalen E. Hines:
Hello McDonald, I definately remember you. How’s it going. I am at Ft. Bragg now. Retired of course. Have you heard from anyone on your list? I have talked to Warren. And for the other writer; I remember Deleon, he was my soldier for a minute.
|40) Tom Stalgaitis email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 25. July 2006 20:43 Host: ip24-250-12-87.ri.ri.cox.net H/HQ&A CO. 126th Maint. Btn. 1968-70|
TSO/Supply Mgmt Office
Operations Olympic and Green Express
|39) bill delph firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
glen allen virginia
|Monday, 10. July 2006 14:56 Host: c-65-97-16-91.hsd1.va.comcast.net i was with hq. co. 2bn 37armor 1964 to 1966 thanks for the old memories|
|38) Dick Location:|
|Sunday, 9. July 2006 13:44 IP: 24-116-236-254.cpe.cableone.net 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.Mike:|
Dick. shame on you for sticking us with Lt.Martin.
|37) Richard Lake Location:|
|Thursday, 6. July 2006 11:32 Host: cache-dtc-ae08.proxy.aol.com Looking for Major Ecoppi. He was the XO of 2/14th Arty when I arrived at Montieth in late 1967. He was tough and I always remembered him. The unit moved to Merrel before my tour was up.Bob Saucier:|
I served with Joe Ecoppi at Fort Polk, LA in 1979 and he was Full Colonel and commanded DIVARTY of 5th Inf Div. He was promoted to Brig General and left Ft Polk I think for assignment in Saudi.Richard Lake:
Thanks for the info
|36) paul krause email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 26. June 2006 18:22 Host: proxy-3246.bay.webtv.net To Mel Glover: Im tying to remember you.What section did you work in? I workes upstairs and the warehose was below.We called it the pit.Remember,SSG Shulka ran the warehouse? Sorry for not posting for awhile, as my mother passed away last month and have been busy.Mel,where did you go when you left germany and the 126th maint bn? I do remember when they started to revamp the warehouse to go to an automated system.Art Paulus:|
Paul, My name is Art Paulus. I was with Hq 126th Mt Bn during late 66 to about Apr 68 before I got levied to RVN. I worked upstairs in the BN S2 office and was the Col Driver (LTC Edmund G. Boy)for a while. In your comment above, it seems to me that I remember the warehouse below being renovated. Do you remember all of the State Flags? Was this about the same time you where there????
|35) Joseph M. Feiser Location:|
|Saturday, 24. June 2006 18:57 Host: cache-dtc-ae08.proxy.aol.com Joined the 1st Inf. Division at Monteith Barracks in March 1950 and then got shipped over to Zirndorf with the 2nd battilion with Medical Co. Does anyone remmber when they were stationed there at Monteith Barracks. We often went to a place in Furth called Mom’s Place back then and that is where I first got drunk. Joseph Feiser|
|34) John Callahan firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 22. June 2006 00:58 Host: adsl-75-6-150-83.dsl.skt2ca.sbcglobal.net I served under Lt James Gilmore in Co B, 2nd 37th Armor. I drove his jeep for a while. What became of him?|
|33) gene l. moss email@example.comLocation:|
fayetteville nc. 28304
|Sunday, 18. June 2006 14:45 Host: cpe-065-191-215-113.nc.res.rr.com hello to all i been try to get all of you guy that were station with hq&hq co 39th inf 9th inf div. i like tio hear from all you guy ok my phone nr is 910 425-6911 call me or sent me a e-mail. has any one know the were about capt or major vanderfleet if so please let me know take care gene|
|32) Darrin Cavalletti firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 16. June 2006 13:37 Host: n128-227-13-166.xlate.ufl.edu Please e-mail me if you remember me!I was the skinny blond guy from Williston, Fl|
|31) Petra Gilmore email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 8. June 2006 15:03 IP: 10-208.dsl.bbtel.com Does anybody remember Capt. James F. Gilmore? He was at Monteith Barracks from ca. 1963 till 1965.|
We got married there at the chapel in 1967.J P R:
Petra , scroll back up to #34 . See John Callahn
|30) Keith Gough firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 5. June 2006 09:20 Host: c-68-45-138-169.hsd1.nj.comcast.net This is GREAT site. The picture of the Front Gate,brings back alot of memories.|
I was stationed with A co. 501st S&T Btn from Nov.1976 through Jan 1979.Had a blast,and wouldn’t change a thing,except leaving.I was assigned to the P.O.L. section,we were always out in the field supporting someone. Later became the Company Clerk and C.O. driver. Remember Capt. Larry Flinn and Lt Laurence Pizzi?
I’m trying to find Carol Tally,she came to A co. in the fall of 1978. I think she worked in the C.I.F section. Does anyone remember her?
|29) Michael Killingstad email@example.comLocation:|
San Antonio, TX
|Monday, 22. May 2006 13:15 IP: 220.127.116.11 My dad was the SGM for 501st Finance Co. It was at Monteith most of of our tour. We were in Furth from Feb 1973 to May 1976. I use to caddy for my dad on the golf course. We prefered the bowling alley there over the one at W O Darby.|
|28) Ben Livesay firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 7. May 2006 21:49 Host: adsl-19-24-54.asm.bellsouth.net Great site! Thank you for putting it together. I was at Monteith with Co A, 2nd Bn, 37th Armor from 1964 – 1967. Also did some TDY with the Installation Coordinator’s Office and the UP’s (unit police). Those there at the time will probably remember Shakey’s Pizza, Gasoline Annie, the Krystal Palace and old “Pop” who sold snacks and popcorn at the post theatre (when we GI’s would get a little rowdy Pop would shake his head and proclaim, “Minch ist kinder”!) Those were good days. It’s hard to believe it’s been 4o years. Dino, Rosco, SFC Schul, Henry, Delmas, Eberhart, SGT Burns, Rushton, and all the rest – I hope you guys are still kickin’. John Batson:|
Pop was an institution, no doubt. My great memories of Montieth Barracks were made at the 2/37 also, fall 66 to early 68, first in the 4.2 plt, then as a track driver in Bn. Hq. Montieth Barracks lives vividly in the memorys of its children, nicht wahr.Spc. 5 Johnnie P. Raney:
Hey Ben , I don’t remember you right off hand . I don’t see you in the company pic of 1964 . You may have been T D Y somewhere. Sgt. Burns was my tank commander for a short time . He took the crew to his off post houseing for dinner one night . Met his wife and daughter . Do you rember Colman . He was always gone T D Y to play basket ball . Boyd was the other crew member when I got there . Never realy had a full crew . I think Mosley worked in the mess hall or maint . I don’t remember . But he drove the tank often . I was a gunner in 1965 . TOP GUN on the T C P C coures . I have a clipping from the stars and stripes lol .
well you take care Ben
|27) george lee email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 7. May 2006 04:28 Host: cache-los-ad03.proxy.aol.com My name is george lee stationed at monteith June 74 to July 76 worked at the airfield as a helicopter mech.However my company was based in Zirndorf.Worked with people like cpt Paserb,cpt Smith, Bobby Hibbler just to name a few that i can rember, use to always buy a chicken from the pizza shop across the street g lee:|
anyone out there from the airfield can drop me a few lines, hey Scaletta,Lenny are you all still kicking let me hear from youGeorge lee:
Do anyone know the Gosswein family in furth. I remember the names Lisa, David, Robert they use to live with their dad would love to hear from them or anyone with info in this regard.
|26) Vick, C. S. firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Saint George UT
|Saturday, 29. April 2006 20:48 IP: 18.104.22.168 I was at Monteith from May”73″ to Sept”75″|
I Started out at HHC 1st AD across from the Finance CO. I was A Key Punch Operator and then a Computer Operator. The 1st Sg and I didn’t get along so I was transferred to HHC 501st S&T. There I was a unit Liaison Driver for the Division Property Book Office under Cpt. Seay and Maj. Martin. My 1st Daughter Was Born There. ron h:
don I remember your vw van I have pictures of it and of us also do you remember club nashville?
|25) DONALD HILL DONALDHILL2@HOTMAIL.COMLocation:|
CHATEAUGAY,NY (WAS FROM MICH)
|Monday, 17. April 2006 01:55 IP: 125-151-107-12-pbg-ny.dsl.westelcom.com I was with Bco 47th MED BN from summer 1984 until fall 1985. My twin brother also served their from fall 1984 until spring 1986 he was a gas jockey with the 123rd maint. As you can guess this caused some minor problems with the military pay systems and American Express banking. I would love to hear from any former Bravo Bears that remember my brother or I. Donald Hill:|
just heard from Ronald Hassett he remembers both my brother and I, hope to hear from some more bears that served with me,does anyone remember the girl from Irland that served in bravo company she got into the fight at the ranch with the British unit that had came for the truck rodeo, she tried to take them all on at once only time I remember the MP’s showing up at the ranch for any reason.ron hassett:
Don remember all the good times at the ponderosa club and my girlfriend karen and her friend andrea. the irish girls name was ann she dated anthony beard.I miss you guys and the fun we had remember dieter and peter and his girlfriend gabby?ron:
remember kim tibbetts? she passed away earlier this year.David Miller SP4:
Hello everyone from B co 47th MED BN. then C Co. 1st Support BN. Sorry to hear about Kim. She was a good friend. I would love to hear from the old gang. I think of the good times we had often.
|24) Mike Word email@example.comLocation:|
El Paso, TX
|Thursday, 13. April 2006 14:28 Host: cpe-24-28-163-57.elp.res.rr.com I was never stationed at Monteith Barracks, but I spent more time there than I did at Ferris Barracks. I was there from 1984-87. I spent many nights at that bar across the street from the post along with the pizza joint, which I was at last summer and it’s closing down next year.It would be great to hear from some old friends.|
|23) paul krause Location:|
|Monday, 3. April 2006 18:56 Host: bay-6me-tv-1a-natpool-nc3.bay.webtv.net i remember sfc summerville. lt shoops first name is gary. maj pit movie star wife was ingra, she left him for richard burton (rumor). i was a sp/5 and worked for sfc bixler and later msg davis. i played on the touch football team.remember george patton jr at monteith barracks? i’ll try to remember other personnel. remember lt mc- cain. he use to blow his trumpet in the warehouse, to get back to work. here are some names. sp4 muller (mule), sgt bell ( boxer).Bill Knight:|
I do remember 1Lt McCain. He was fairly short and I’m 6’6″. One day he locked my heels and proceeded to chew me out. Standing at attention, I looked right over his head and he was yelling into my shirt. After a while he must have felt silly/embarrassed and walked away in disgust. Wasn’t SFC Bixler a re-tread [got out of the service and then returned]? I do not remember Muller or Bell. How about Capt Bodereau and SFC Moore – they ran Company A? Bill Kenney – company clerk?Mel Glover:
I recall SFC Bixler, Msg Davis. First SGT was Johnny Cook when I left October 1970.Red head Shulka(sp) who told it like it was to anybody. Johnny Cook made E9 last known retired in San Antonio. Others Unknown. Also Worked with You Paul when the Civilians came in and revamped the Whse. Prior to you leaving.
|22) Don Morgan firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 2. April 2006 20:08 IP: 0-2pool64-36.nas8.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net I see the dope peddlers (valium) are going to try to take over this site like they did the EiJoe military website. Mr. Webmaster, please don’t let it happen to a great site like this.|
|21) John Callahan email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 28. March 2006 12:55 IP: 22.214.171.124 I served at Tanker at Monteith Barracks from September 62 to May 65, Co B, 2nd Bat,67th, then 37th Armor. Was also assigned Gate Guard duty for a while. B Co was 1st tank company to quailfy at Graf, table VII and VIII day and night 100% under Lt Kent Harrison.Would enjoy hearing from those serving during that time frame. Was back there 2 years ago, base turned over to Germans. Bruce Saenger:|
I also served in B Company under Kent Harrison! I was in the 3rd platoon from 1961-1963; a driver on the platoon leader’s tank. Do you remember Garret Brass, Earl Stone, Don Klein, SFC Kilduf, SFC Bramblet, Bobby Delp, or Roy Swet?? I was also there when our entire Company qualified on the TCPC course in Graf.
|20) Don Morgan firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 25. March 2006 23:09 IP: 0-1pool143-248.nas8.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net I was with B Co. 126th Ord Bn / E Co.126th Maint Bn. from Dec. ’60 – Nov. ’64 as a Tank Turret / Artillery Repairman.|
|19) paul krause email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 24. March 2006 13:50 Host: dialup-126.96.36.199.Dial1.Atlanta1.Level3.net i was station at monteith barracks from 1967 to 1970, with hhc 126th maint bn. i worked in the supply at the warehouse near the railroad tracks,i will give some last names to see if anyone remembers. maj cook, maj pitt, lt shoop, ssg shulka. ltc dolfi, cpt pagano.Bill Knight:|
Paul, I was there in 1968 and part of 1969. I worked for Major Cook in the Materiel Office along with SFC Somerville. I also remember Major Pitt – he was the XO and married to a German movie star. Lt Shoop [can’t remember his first name] was the quarterback for our two hand touch team that lost in the finals in 1968. I do not remember the others named. I think I remember you. Were you a SP5 at that time working with MST Rudder?Art:
Damn !! we worked in the same office together at the same time. I’m sorry but I can’t put a face to the name. When I got to Germany (had to be late 66) the 126th Mt Bn was still in Schwabisch Hall. The unit moved to Montieth in early 67. I came into Hq as a typist in the Materiel office. It seems that I remember one of the biggest problems was trying to fine M-151 Powerpacks??? (Jeep engines?) I remember Maj Pitt, he had a red corvette smoked a pipe. How about a guy named Oberman, and a short Lt from Hawaii
|18) William D. Johnson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Hawkins, Texas 75765
|Thursday, 23. March 2006 12:50 Host: ACBFD484.ipt.aol.com Great to see this site. Visited Montieth in June or 2001 and it is still there! I have pictures of barracks, chapel, etc. Would like to comunicate with anyone from the headquarter company 1956-1957. March 23, 2006…Bill Johnson|
|17) Wayne Cashman email@example.comLocation:|
Casa Grande Arizona
|Tuesday, 21. March 2006 02:14 Host: dialup-188.8.131.52.Dial1.Phoenix1.Level3.net I was assigned to the 69th Chemical Company from october 1985 to May of 1988. I have many fond memories of graf and the cold winter training missions.I still miss drinking the ice cold beer at the ranch bar across the steet from the barracks. if there is anyone out there that was assigned to the the 69th . feel free to drop me a line and say hello! Wayne CashmanSFC Holcombe:|
I was in the 69th 2000-2001 went to Desert Storm with them from MonteithChristine:
I was there around this time .Do you know a guy name charles e. rothey or something like that.I was always at the ranch miss this place .I wonder how Costa is doing.anthony loyola:
hey i was there oct. 86 to july 88 spec. loyola aka T (tony) i was in maint. hung around boggy, paco . D Brown and Chris Smalls , was some crazy timesjorge morel:
hey i was there, smk plt dec 87 to dec 89. roomates with Isham and Cox, then Forrest, Cherry, and then Crouch. Harper introduced me to some of his friend near the Rathaus, remember getting up extra early to catch the bus to go to PT.
|16) Donald R Miller firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 17. March 2006 19:40 IP: 207-119-237-203.dyn.centurytel.net Was at Montieth from 1954 to1956 in 39th inf reg 9 division Heavy mortor email@example.com:|
I was at Montieth during the same time period. Was with Baker Co.Captain Barret.Have lots of pictures.We sure had good training.
|15) Rick Sorge firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
North Brunswick, NJ
|Thursday, 16. March 2006 15:07 Host: ool-44c0d85b.dyn.optonline.net I was an M-48 Gunner, with “C” Co.,2nd MTB, 67th Armor, 4th Armored Division stationed at Monteith from 57-60. I was honored to have served with the men of that unit, and to know, It was because of their presence that the “Cold War”, stayed just that!|
|14) Gary Clark email@example.comLocation:|
Elbridge, New York
|Monday, 13. March 2006 21:27 Host: dialup-184.108.40.206.Dial1.Boston1.Level3.net Hello to all,|
I was stationed at Monteith Barracks from 1971-1973. I was a Communication Specialist located in the HeadQuarters 501st S&T Battalion building. This was the building attached to the mess hall at that time. I lived off post just down the street from the Hertzoganarch base.Gary Clark:
I thought after 3 years of watching this site that I would add some more. 1971-1973. HHC 501st. Commo shop was in the basement next to the supply and arms room. Best friend was the HHC Company Clerk, Ron Kalous from Lohrville Iowa. John Murphy from Eustice, Florida was ration driver, Ricky Ohlhauser was supply specialist. Larry Blankenship was also in communications. I was there when 2 cooks (Chapple and Perry) killed the taxi driver and Monteith was closed down over a Country Wide taxi cab protest against GI’s. At that time there were large steel doors out in the parade field. A couple times a year the fire department would come over and fill the pit back up with water to make sure no one would mess with the left behind Germany equipment. If we wern’t drinking beer or Jim Beam we were salvaging VW parts from the little junk yard behind the mess hall.
|13) Dave Shannon firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 12. March 2006 12:38 IP: 236.omaha-04rh16rt.ne.dial-access.att.net I was a M48 Tank Gunner with 2/67th Armor / 4th AD during 1957-1960. We Gyroscoped from Ft. Hood, Texas to relieve 2nd Armor in November of 1957. We spent 60% of of our time in the field training hard to punish the the Russians & their lackys if they tried to cross the border. It was the toughest thing I ever did in my life, but I learned lessons that would change my life forever. In our Reunion group we tell people “We weren’t in the Army, we were in the 4th Armored Division”. The best of the best!Thomas N Corl:|
Thomas N Corl
email@example.com Kannapolis,NC 14th Art. 4th Armored Div. 1957-1959 Monteith Barracks Furth Germany.Calvin Poulsen:
Calvin Poulsen Hq Co 67th Armor 4th armored Div. Gyroed the same time from F.H. Texas 57 to 60.Was in honer gaurd and scout platoon. Had the best time of my life firstname.lastname@example.orgBill Anderson wander2520@:
We must have “gyro” together. I was a platoon leader, CoB/2/67 November 1957 thru June 1959.We are the best of the best. I enjoyed the service so much stayed around for 26 more years.
|12) Bill Knight email@example.comLocation:|
Chagrin Falls, Ohio
|Friday, 10. March 2006 11:36 Host: mail.kindt-collins.com I was with the Headquarters & A Company, 126th Maintenance Battalion from March 1968 through June 1969. I worked in the Materiel Office for Major Donald Cook. As a draftee, I was quite happy to be there rather than in Vietnam Lots of good times – great beer, better women.paul krause:|
Bill, i posted some comments 3 april. i’m not a computer expert. but here is a little information. sfc sommerville lived in the same housing area, with me. Lt shoops’ first name is gary. my spervisors were sfc bixler and msg davis. i don’t remember msg rudder. remember when the bn offices were on the balcony and the warehouse was below? they later moved the bn offices to a barracks on the other side of monteith barracks. the balcony became the bn supply offices and the bn warehouse below.lt shoop lives in longbeach, calif. here are some names. sfc carpenter (slim). LT Mc-Cain, ssg Bell (boxer), sp4 Muller ( drafted). i believe there was a MSG Cook, who worked in the material section. Cpt fulkner ( company commander ), Cpt pagnano ( company commander). i remember maj cook.there also was sp4 edmounds.he lives in the next town to me. i met him at a fishing pier down here. who was the bn personnel ncoic, who was really overweight? SFC ? well i will try to remember other names. i thought everyone knew ssg shulka. “the small little red head guy, who said what he felt to anyone, including high ranking officers”. he use to drive those beat-up american cars. take-carepaul krause:
bill, do you remember ssg corn,who thought volka was water? ssg coward, who coached the baseball team?
|11) John Bruesch firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 9. March 2006 07:05 Host: cpe-066-057-004-219.nc.res.rr.com I was there from 1984 to 1987 F company 4th support battalion. I had a great time. email me if you were there with me.Danny McDonald:|
Hello John my name is Danny McDonald and I was also there from 84 to 89. I’m trying to picture you but it’s been a long time. I was a mechanic that lived in the barracks. (sometimes)
Sgt. McDonaldDanny McDonald:
my email is email@example.comRichalen E. Hines:
I remember you Bruesch. I cannot remember your wife’s name. You were tall, thin, and had dark hair. I can’t remember what platoon you were in. I was in SFC Begnaud/Treatment.
|10) James Davis firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Walker Lake NV
|Tuesday, 7. March 2006 16:01 IP: 01-108.099.popsite.net I served in Hq plt A Co 2/37 in 1965-1966 like to here from some one in that time frame. I was a tank mechanic.thanks jim davisSpc. 5 Johnnie P. Raney:|
Hey Jim I was there from 62 till 65 A co. 2 /37 armor I belive I was Hq plt too . I was gunner on tank A68 . The one with the dozer blade on it . Do you remember a drunk dude yelling “cool breeze ” down the hall ? That was most likely me lol . Do you remember Larson , Baumburger , and mosley ? They were in maintenance too . well take care my friend …….Spc. 5 Johnnie P. Raney:
Hey Jim I was there from 62 till 65 A co. 2 /37 armor I belive I was Hq plt too . I was gunner on tank A68 . The one with the dozer blade on it . Do you remember a drunk dude yelling “cool breeze ” down the hall ? That was most likely me lol . Do you remember Larson , Baumburger , and mosley ? They were in maintenance too . well take care my friend …….
|9) Jim Pease email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 1. March 2006 23:19 IP: 220.127.116.11 Wow, this takes me back…I was stationed there 1975-76.Carla:|
Yes, Jim and I remember you. Trip to Garmish, and just hanging out at Monteith. The place sure has changed based on the photos I see.Carla:
Yes, Jim and I remember you. Trip to Garmish, and just hanging out at Monteith. The place sure has changed based on the photos I see.Jim Pease:
Whoa – Carla Wheeler??? Wow, I’ll never forget you. We had a couple great adventures. Shoot me an emailJim Pease:
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I’d love to hear from you.
|8) Joe Pearsall Location:|
|Wednesday, 15. February 2006 09:43 IP: 18.104.22.168 I was stationed at Monteith from 1972 through 1974 and assigned to the 47th Med Bn, 1st AD; it was a very good time and I would love to hear from others during this time period.|
|7) Wayne Enos firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 7. February 2006 16:12 IP: 22.214.171.124 I am the son of SFC Roger Enos. He was stationed at Monteith 9/61 to 8/64. We lived on post at Jakob Wasserman Strasse. Does any of that exist anymore? Does anyone know the name of Monteith when it was a German army base?I was just 8 to 10 yo at the time, but the picture of the gate is familiar to me.Anyone who has stories get in touch.ThanksEddie:|
Before it was Monteith Barracks, the place was called Atzenhof Kaserne.
|6) William F Six email@example.comLocation:|
Winchester, IL 62694
|Sunday, 5. February 2006 20:42 Host: pool-70-104-121-207.chi.dsl-w.verizon.net Please e-mail me if you were stationed|
at Monteith Barracks between 1954 & 1955- I was company armor in the Headquarters Company and would be interested in hearing from you.
|5) Bob Wilson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 24. January 2006 15:44 Host: host5.template.com I was stationed at Montieth from Aug. 1984 – Aug. 1986. I was in A co. 123rd Maintenance Co. Later named C co 4th Main. Sent most of my time at Graf keeping the 1st AD commuicating. When I was not at Graf I worked the night shift fixing those old 524 radios. When I wasn’t working I was drinkig lots of Beer.|
|4) Jerry Motsinger email@example.comLocation:|
Prairie Village, Kansas
|Thursday, 12. January 2006 16:55 Host: dialup-126.96.36.199.Dial1.StLouis1.Level3.net I was stationed at Monteith in 1956-57 with the 8th Inf. Division. The pictures here bring back a lot of memories. I hope to visit Furth next year and will leave another firstname.lastname@example.org:|
I was stationed there in 56-57,coming from training in Fort Carson Co. I was transfered to Mainz Germany just before I got a early before Christmas discharge in Dec 1957.I was the com chief of my outfit and had training in Hoenfels.Write
|3) Sal Romano email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 1. January 2006 22:25 Host: ool-182e84a6.dyn.optonline.net Came over to Germany in May 1966 as an artilleryman. Later “asked” to move to the 4th Armored finance office and assigned to Monteith Barracks Jan 67 until Dec 67. If I remember right, we were billetted at the 2/37 armor barracks — enter from the main gate and made a left. The finance office was next door to the 504th Aviation mess hall. Very good times.|
|2) Ray Miller firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 23. December 2005 12:19 IP: 24-158-134-42.dhcp.kgpt.tn.charter.com Oh, just looking at the map of Montieth, my barracks was by the #20 and remembering at the end of the airstrip we used to race Dune Buggy Vw’s. Wow was that great.Henry Turcotte:|
I drove #17 in 74, and #14 in 75-76
|1) Ray Miller email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 23. December 2005 12:14 IP: 24-158-134-42.dhcp.kgpt.tn.charter.com Boy the pic of the front gate brings back memories. Right across the street was the pizza house and stuff that he sold to us guys.Kimo:|
Thats right guy, pizza and beer.