BARRACKS JARGON

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84 thoughts on “BARRACKS JARGON

  1. I served ’64 to ’66 at Wilkins Barracks, 651st Medical/Ambulance Unit. Iam asking for list of names and emails of Soldiers who served with me. Capt. Charles Williams was our CEO..Replyy,, Bill Lamps

  2. Good Morning, everyone. Still cold out there in Indy. Just sitting here looking through Army Barracks. Love this site. It’s like morning formation. I check this place out the first thing every morning.

      1. I hit this site every day also. Brings back lots of old memories and I love all the old photos.

    1. Thanks guys. We have fun putting this thing together. I enjoy seeing all the good comments everyone has to share here.

  3. GOOD SITE. I COME HERE OFTEN. LOVE ALL THE PHOTOS. SOME OF THEM BRING BACK A LOT OF OLD MEMORIES.

  4. Well I see a few people found this place. This site is getting bigger all the time. Close to 5000 photos on here. Keep up the good work. I check this site out very day.

  5. I see you changed the header a little. Looks good. I was in the 11rh Air Assault at Fort Benning Ga a long time ago before they shipped out to Vietnam in “65”. I almost went, but I only had 2 months left on my enlistment.

    1. I had a year and a half left, so I went with them. Got switched over to MAC V a month after I got there.

  6. Was in Germany from 1987-89. not all as I remember but then, what ever is?

    1. THIS IS THE PLACE I GOT MY AVATAR. THEY MAKE IT REALLY SIMPLE TO OBTAIN ONE.

  7. Everything looks to be going pretty smooth on here. We had over 4000 hits yesterday. Still not to many leaving comments. We would like more interaction.

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