ARMY BARRACKS GUESTBOOK

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  1. I was stationed at Fulda from 1972 till 1974. I first arrived during the 14th ACR and was assigned to A Troop and shortly after it was reflagged by the 11th I was at C Troop until my ETS date September 1974.

  2. My name is Curtis Jackson and I was stationed at Herzogenaurach 1990-1992 C BATTERY 5TH/17TH FA if anyone was there during that time and remember me I would love to hear from you.

  3. Adopted in Germany by an American Army couple stationed in Stuttgart 1956. Place of birth Schwäbische Went to school on the post. Hall. My dad was again stationed in Nuremberg 1962. I have vague memories of a child. Christkindlesmarkt, the castle, the zoo, walking into town from our quarters (my mother didn’t drive) the gorgeous cathedral.

  4. I was stationed at Pinder Barracks from June 1985 to December 1986 (H.H.B. 1/22 F.A.) would like to hear from anyone that served during that time frame.

  5. Was assigned to Svc 2/377 Animal house, A&T plt, 81-86. Had lots of good friends there. Good times and memories. Joe esteves, t bird, james grubb, sammy atlas, willy hill, jack frost, glen juarez…1sg pops Perry, bishop Johnson. BC CPT Rambis, Ponder..to many to remember. Left herzo in 86, went to Det in Holland.

  6. I was stationed with C Company 440th Signal Battalion 1970 till 1971; I since then found out my old Unit no longer exists, I hope only in the fact that we moved to another section of Germany.

  7. 47th Medical Bn. 71-73 Monteith BarracksRemember any of these people?LTC Buell
    CPT Churchill
    CPT Kanaly
    Lt Hamilton
    LT Moody
    1SG Reyer
    SFC Kish
    SSG Ross
    SGT Soper
    SGT Stewart
    Paul Martin
    Howard Tonahill
    Dan Griggs
    John Price
    Gary FranklinJust to mention a few…allan /nd:
    was Lt/Capt Churchill a long distance runner, who jogged with a great dane?

    1. The Long distance runner was Capt. Scott L Taylor. He also went in the Olympics.

      My name is Jerry, I was a mechanic in B Company. 47th med from 1971 to january 1974 i remeber griggs he was a generator mechanic in hq&a co smoked my first bowl of hash with him

    1. Yeh, some of them guest books date back to 2005 from the old website Nürnberg Military Area. When we closed that site for some reason we kept all the old guest books. Thought I’d put them on here for old times sake. Used to get a lot if entries by the thousands on them, but now days everyone goes to all the Facebook pages and talk up a storm but seldom leave anything on the real sites.

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