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I was stationed with A co, 16th Signal 1962-Feb, 64. I was stationed with a great group
of guys, I was able to establish contact with one of my buds, I also was contacted by two fellows from other companies, I never realized how much fun I had while in the 16th until years later, I’m not saying that I wish I had stayed in the Army, However. I’m proud to say I was Army all the way and would choose the Army again over other services,
Storck Barracks, Illesheim. I was there from Dec. 70 to Jan. 72 in A Co, 2nd Bn., 51st Inf. and served as a tracked and wheeled vehicle mechanic (63C20). Worked with Lt. Freido, Sgt. Daniels, Sgt. Vinings, Lt. Perillo, Paul Mangiofico, Martin Rees, Charles Horton, Larry Wagonner, Steve Peterson, and Landon fowler. Glad to hear from anyone there during that time.
We spent some of our off time at the Green Tree gasthaus in Bad Windsheim and made several trips to Nurnberg and Rothenburg. It appears the Green Tree has been remodeled and is now part of the hardware store that was next door. I think of Illesheim and Bad Windsheim often and will always them and the good friends I worked with.
I am looking for old friends that used to be stationed in FRIEDBERG RAY BARRACKS Germany between 1998 and 2007
Would be great to get back in touch
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Served at Neuret Kaserne 1965-1967, 2nd Maint Batallion, BDet and Engr Detachment. Anyone else out there who was there?
https://www.facebook.com/groups/242831525728073 Neureut Kaserne FB page
Ich suchen meinen Vater seid 1997, da habe ich die Adresse von meinem Vater vom Jugendamt bekommen, bis jetzt ohne Erfolg, mein Vater heißt Anthony Gabriel Fernandez, geboren am 21. Dezember 1958 in Oakland/CA und war 1978/79 und 1980 , US-Soldat, Privat, E1 in der Artillery-Kaserne in Neckarsulm Krs. Heilbronn, kennt ihn jemand oder gibt es Fotos, hinweise wo er heute lebt?
Father stationed Bamberg, US Army CID Agent 1955-1958, again 1964-1967. My birth took place up the road a Nuremberg hospital. Haven’t been back since 1967, but comparing Youtube video I saw from about five years ago, all the old places still exist, but naturally, many physical changes have occurred (newer buildings, a lot of what was then trees/forest cut down/replaced by housing.)
Left the US as an eight-year old boy in ’64, depressed to be leaving America behind, American tv & all my friends too. Housing unavailable at first, we lived in an rental owned by a German family in the small village of Kramersfeld (have been told Kramersfeld is now a part of Bamberg?) Next, we lived Officers Club quarters, then finally obtained military housing. We lived near the top of a street intersection, next to the highest-ranking officers (Generals) who lived top end of the road.
The autobahn was pretty close from there/our housing, and my dad used to take me with him to Nuremberg, where he would play golf. Too, can still remember watching the ‘bumblebee’ marble I shot in my bedroom disappear into a small corner opening ‘tween moulding floor level, & bottom part the closet never to be seen again (it’s still lodged there, no doubt.) Can anyone tell me what the former US housing is used for today? My guess, apartments/housing for Germans.
Summary, that upon arrival depression mine I referenced? By ’67 my departure, those three years Kramersfeld/Bamberg became/remain 55 years later now, the happiest years of my life. These my still fond memories an 11 year old when last there (never to return likely, but will always cherish.)
I am in Bamberg. Stationed there from 1973 to 1996. Moved on to Graf but lived in Bamberg still till final retirement in 2018 and have settled here in Bamberg. Flynn Housing is used for foreigners housed there. Most of the post is under the Bundespolizei and Main Post is changing.
I was stationed at pinder barracks in zirndorf Germany from 1971 to 1973 with the 6th and 14th art. Div. As a 36k teck.
Our daughter was born in 10th evac hospital in 1963 and my wife was a nurse there for 3 years
I was stationed at Ferris Barracks from Nov 1971 to July 1974. I was with Alpha Company 1/35 Armor. I had a great time in Germany, I was seventeen years old. I went home on leave in November of 72 and married my wife. She came over in December 72. We recently celebrated our fifty wedding Anniversary. I recently had a reunion with a friend that I served with in Alpha Company it’s hard to believe it has been fifty-one years. We spent a week together and reminiscing over old memories of our time in Germany. I have had a great life I got out of the military in 1974 and in 1978 I reinterred in 1978 and retired with twenty-four years serving this great Nation that has given me so much. Larry Woodham
Was good too see you and Judy buddy!
Loukas Varvarezos, hello from Eleni and CoCo
this is johnny meyers from 46 medical batallion 1967-68 — played a lot of ball and just trying to see if there is a connection out there. Had a lot of good pals.
just wanted to add in erlangen germany
Hello everyone. Glad I found this site. Brings back a lot of old memories.
i am trying to fine my company pictures from in the 70s please help me A co 1st/15th 3Dinf Division Kitzingen Germany . THANK yOU MY EMAIL IS HOUSEOFSTONE12@YAHOO.COM
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
apologize for just messing with you, but I’m looking for a Richard Carroll. His brothers name was Robert Carroll. He was stationed as a soldier in Germany (Mannheim) around 1960-1966 / 67. Richard is born Maybe at January 11th 1944. and my mum knows he is from kentucky or Flordia.
The point is that my mother would like to get to know her father, but her mother has destroyed all documents or photos. My mother has been looking for her father for years and I would love to help hers. If this data does not respond to you, you are welcome to ignore this message. I’m just trying the best I can