|328) Ed Kuiper firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 11. March 2010 18:41 Host: ip70-176-187-154.ph.ph.cox.net I was stationed at WODK from early 1968 to April 1970 with the 182 LEM, (signal platoon) I believe I have done more than my fair share contributing to the German economy in the form of Marks for Beer! Ich habe Deutschland sehr viel genossen, der Army nicht so viel! Vielen dank mein sussen freudinnen.|
|327) KEN PFEIFFER LBIKEN@COMCAST.NETLocation:|
|Saturday, 6. March 2010 12:47 Host: adsl-178-214-167.jax.bellsouth.net Anyone stationed at the 261st ENG. from 1962-65 please contact me.Alvin C.:|
I was @ WOD early 1960 to late 1961 with the 95th QM Bn. Where was the 261st bldg.?
|326) Harold Koerner email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 4. March 2010 14:12 Host: cache-mtc-ae01.proxy.aol.com Great site! I was in 1/94 from 66-69. I was in Bn Maint. Would like to hear from others that were there about that time.Jerry Liles:|
Harold I was FDC for Charlie Battery. Sgt Gaddy was our motor sergeant.
|325) Kara Oliver firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 1. March 2010 00:14 Host: adsl-75-10-109-35.dsl.frs2ca.sbcglobal.net |
I was stationed at WO Darby Kaserne from Jan. 1986 – Sep. 1990. I was assigned to 182nd Maint. Co. originally. It changed name to 317th Maint. Co. “Wolfpack, No Slack”. I worked in the training room with SGT Smith, and SSG Munn. I also worked in the Fuel & Electrical Shop. Anyone who was there during this time, feel free to contact me. Thanks. Love the site.
|324) Jersey email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 28. February 2010 08:48 IP: 126.96.36.199 Does anyone remember the Nuremberg Racing Association?|
Was stationed At WODK 74 -77 with 42nd Maint., component rebuild.
|323) John(Jack) LaHoud firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 26. February 2010 11:24 IP: 24-121-227-46.static.lakehavasu.az.npgco.com We’re still looking for guys who were at Darby in the last 1/2 of the sixties for a small get-together in Vegas on May 1st. Mostly MP’s, but anyone we may know is welcome. The reunion will start at the Hofbrau House at 7:00 PM and go from there. Wives are welcome, and some of the names you may recall: Roger England, Rick Ruiz, Butch DeLaGarza, Jack LaHoud, Herb Meyer and Rick Tyler. Pass this along if you may know anyone interested or email me @ email@example.com.|
|322) Ingrid Location:|
Ft Worth TX
|Sunday, 21. February 2010 21:28 Host: adsl-67-64-112-136.dsl.rcsntx.swbell.net I used to go to the Coffee house on W.Darby between 76 and 79.Jim Bush was the guy in charge. Anybody else go there back than?|
|321) James Urban Urbanjamz57@yahoo.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 18. February 2010 16:55 Host: c-67-190-15-47.hsd1.co.comcast.net Looking for Sabine Martinez from Furth, Germany. If anybody knows her give her my New E-Mail address to let her know I lost all my Contact on my Old account. Thank you!!|
|320) Eric Pearson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 17. February 2010 10:36 IP: 188.8.131.52 Hey, I was stationed at 240th Rock from 1985-1988 and had a blast in Nurnberg. I was on the company basketball team and the company captain was Captain Mathis and First Sargent Burns. I would like to reach out to some of those comrades that were there during this time. So, if you were there, give me a holla!|
|319) Rex Jenkins email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 8. February 2010 18:58 Host: ip68-1-71-138.pn.at.cox.net Serching for anyone who knew me at monteith barracks. I was stationed there from dec.1970-jan. 1975 and jan. 1977- july 1980|
|318) Larry Nicholson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
sn jose, california
|Thursday, 21. January 2010 02:04 Host: adsl-71-131-178-5.dsl.sntc01.pacbell.net I was in the 1/94 FA in 1986-88. I was a cook. Where are all my brothers from the 1/94?|
|317) wendy carpenter Location:|
|Saturday, 16. January 2010 08:37 Host: p4FEA3FDE.dip.t-dialin.net hi i handed out at the paisley pub, does anyone remember that place|
|316) HANK DODSON Jhenryd60@hotmail.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 5. January 2010 10:15 Host: adsl-145-67-207.asm.bellsouth.net great to see more participation on our web site lately. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.|
|315) Ken Vaughn email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 30. December 2009 21:04 IP: 64-233-152-118.ritternet.com Im looking for any of the guys from 1976-1979 from 1st Trans.Would be great to talk about old times.Charles Holderfield:|
I arrived at 1st Truck early fall of 1978…1st Platoon with SSG Denney.. contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. SP5 Jones, Sgt McHenry, Bubblegum (Sgt Washington), PFC Uphold and all were there….hopefully you remember some of those names.Charles Holderfield:
I arrived at 1st Truck early fall of 1978…1st Platoon with SSG Denney.. contact me at email@example.com. SP5 Jones, Sgt McHenry, Bubblegum (Sgt Washington), PFC Uphold and all were there….hopefully you remember some of those names.
|314) Chris Daniele Location:|
|Monday, 28. December 2009 21:28 Host: c-66-30-177-247.hsd1.ma.comcast.net I was stationed at Darby 82-83. I was in the 240 240th s/s co. We worked at Johnson Barracks and Feucht Pol depot. Captian Russell was the CO when I left in 83. Does any one remember me ? I have a strong Boston accent. Ski , Ellis, Boyd . Dwayne , you guys out their?God Bless!ChrisSteve Sutton:|
Hey Chris. I was 3 years behind you in 240 S&S AK Platoon. Worked at Johnson in the lumber yard. One time I was assigned to “clean up” the yard. Found 6 M-60’s in a wood crate sitting outside. Not good. Full bird flew in wanting answers. It was only my first month there. Oh what fun we had. lol
|313) Steven M Sutton firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 25. December 2009 01:49 Host: c-174-59-2-151.hsd1.pa.comcast.net I was with 240th S$S Co. 1986-1988. Some of the best times of my life. Discovered my favorite German beer at Achillies. Heffe-Viezen dark. Yum. Remember the place? Then got pizza from Shami’s. LOL They were on post by the front gate. I used to take the U-bon downtown Nurnberg to some of the clubs like the Green Goose. I can still hear the conductor announce some of the streets. Also went to Monsters of Rock at Hitlers Stadium. Didn’t they call it Duece n Dykes? My best friends there were Terry Deathrage E-5, Pete Raucht E-4, Henry Wilmarth E-4, Loran Lassuy E-4, Traci Jenkins E-3, There’s so many others, I wish I could turn back time.|
|312) Jerry Liles email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 24. December 2009 09:45 Host: sl-delta15-2-0.sprintlink.net To all you old Redlegs from the 94th isn’t it nice to have Christmas at home instead of guarding the Special Weapons dump? Merry Christmas.Jerry Liles|
C 1/94 FA 68-70Tesch:
What were we guarding anyway. I seem to have forgotten. Did you know we had 2000 of those 8″ nucs in Germany. could have taken care of a lot of the problems we are having today.Jerry Liles:
Tesh those were the nukes. That’s why we had live ammo in the M14s when on guard.
|311) janine HAFNER firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 22. December 2009 11:03 Host: p5B32C31D.dip.t-dialin.net Hello everyone,My grandfather was US soldier stationed in Bavaria,ERLANGEN TILL 1967does anyone know a men called:LELAND YOST( I don´t know if the name is correct spelled), who comes fromCOLORADO SPRINGS.If someone know him, would it be very kind to write me an e-mail ( email@example.com)previously: THANKS for your help,janine KlausJim Perrine:|
3016 springlake cir E
colorado springs, co. 80906-3730
|310) Don Stanley firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Mc Calla Al.
|Thursday, 10. December 2009 00:18 IP: 184.108.40.206 was stationed @ WODK in 72 & 73 A battery 1st & 94 th arty ,looking for anyone from that era ,looking for james & deneise Rowe from somewhere in TexasDawn Ritter:|
Hi..Did you know my father CSM Donald N Ritter. We were stationed there in 1970-1973Don Stanley:
No dawn ,I don’t recall the name ,but it was a long time ago
|309) Terry G. Tate Location:|
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
|Wednesday, 9. December 2009 14:17 Host: wsip-98-190-231-28.tu.ok.cox.net Hey Guys,|
I was stationed at W O Darby Kaserne years 1979,and 1980. I was part of the 1st Armoured Division, 595th Military Police Company. We did not do any Kaserne duty, strictly off site duties. We were attached to a Lance Missle Unit out of Greece. I enjoyed my time there very much, and just recently learned it had closed several years back. That is too bad, my fondest memory is of eating at the Pizzeria across the street from the Main Gate. I put away many a meal in that place.Hank Dodson:
Hello Terry, noticed you were from Broken Arrow, ok, Was thru there a couple of years ago visiting my Cousin there. Played a round of golf at the Battle Creek golf course, love that area, Spent 8 years at Darby also. take careJames Urban:
Hello Terry, Do you remember me I work at Nato I was A C.A. out there and with SSG Maynard, and Sgt Dupree, SFC Jennings, remember sgt Dupree and his yellow car that ran on mogas
|308) David Hannum email@example.comLocation:|
Des Moines, Iowa
|Friday, 4. December 2009 22:46 IP: 75-162-58-192.desm.qwest.net I was an Army brat as my father was stationed at Pinder Barracks but we lived in the housing area over by the elementary school. My friends and I would walk over to WOD and go bowling or use the PX.|
|307) Gene James firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
San Diego, CA
|Friday, 4. December 2009 19:39 Host: jack.jackinthebox.com I was at WODK from 1974 through 1976 with Co A 793rd MP Bn. I was a former 11B who had become a 95B. It was a great assignment. I must admit, I was a bit of hell raiser both off duty and on duty. Fuerth and Nurnberg both great cities that offered a 20 year old plenty of things to do! I look back at that time as some of the greatest times I ever had….maybe a few bad moments but I really don’t remember them….|
|306) Larry Addington, SGM, USA Ret Location:|
|Friday, 4. December 2009 11:35 Host: hltncable.pioneerbroadband.net I was assigned to Hq & Hq Co, US Army Garrison, Southern Area Nurnberg APO 696 from 0162 to 06 64. I was the driver for Post Commander for most of time. Also was the Rail Transportation NCOIC working out of the US Army hotel downtown. Loaded many thousands of troops (most of the drunk) on train for ride to Bremerhaven. Would love to hear from anyone who remembers me. Attended 7th Army NCO Academy in Bad Toelz 1963.Hank Dodson:|
First time I have seen APO 696 in a while, when new zip codes came that evolved into APO 09696. I worked under both at Darby.Mike Waugh:
Hi Larry, My Dad, Col WH Waugh, was Post Commander of Nurnberg from Jul 60 to ~ May 63. I left for college in Aug 62. Were you his driver at some point?? Dad always said the best assignment of his 30 year career was his time in Nurnberg.Larry Addington:
I was the driver for Col Waugh for about the last 15 months of his tour as Commander at Darby. My email address is Raisinkane@mfx.net
|305) Jerry Liles email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 2. December 2009 19:15 Host: sl-delta15-2-0.sprintlink.net I was FDC for C 1/94 FA from August 68 till April of 70. I have very fond memories, likely improved with time, of Darby. I hope some other old redlegs from my time are on this site. I’d especially like to know what happened to 1SGT Summers and Cpt Miller.Jerry LilesBIG BART.:|
I WAS IN C BTRY.1/94FA. FROM MARCH ’72 TILL NOV. ’73. SECOND SECTION GUN NAME WAS CHEVY II. CPT. WAS JOE ROSE AND 1SGT. WAS J.J.LOPEZ. IT WAS A LOT OF FUN..
|304) Steve Veyera Location:|
|Wednesday, 2. December 2009 13:44 Host: sbcp3.dhs.gov Posted to WODK 1978-1979 assigned to the 595 MP Company, responsible for NATO 23 out by the Feucht Army Air Field. Was jst back to Furth for the first time since I left Germany in 1981. Hard to belive know how large WODK really was.James Urban:|
I work at nato 23 also I was in the 94th but attached to 595th I was A C.A.
|303) Sgt Lynn B Carl Darby Kaserne Location:|
|Thursday, 26. November 2009 10:15 IP: 99-170-45-201.lightspeed.tukrga.sbcglobal.net Looking for more friends from the MP’s at Darby 1973 -1975. I have contact info for several ex MP’s there, and info on some. Lets all get in touch.|
reneaulynncarl at netscape.netsp/4 steve aguilar:
My name is steve aguilar I was with the 127th ag det postal73-75 we shared billetts with you guys.when my wife arrived we moved into an apt in nurnberg, there were many mp families that we became close friends with, I have a few photos that you may help me remember there names as I remember nickname or first name only. Iam also trying to find friends from the 127th and have located 1O friends and have kept in contact with including our Lt here is my email firstname.lastname@example.org
|302) Joe Miller Pilotdude1@yahoo.comLocation:|
Oak Lawn, IL.
|Thursday, 19. November 2009 11:03 Host: searcher4.enterprise.com I was stationed at William O’Darby Kaserne from 1983-1985 and it was the best time of my life! I was stationed with the Det. E 42nd MP Grp which later became the 193rd MP.|
Looking for anyone who served with me &/or remembers me; whether you were assigned to the same unit as me or a different unit on base.
|301) jim fierro email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 18. November 2009 18:37 Host: adsl-161-4-237.mia.bellsouth.net I was with the 595th MP Co 1978-1981. Looking for Kevin & Terry Lyons and anyone else who was there with me.James Urban:|
Hello Jim, I was there at Darby and worked with your unit at Nato 23. I Looking for SSG Richard Oprez. He was from Chicago we good friends. I don’t remember a lot of the guys of the 595. I was with the 94th F.A. in C Btry well give me a line on my E-mail.james urban:
was terry was a SGT in supply down stairs and the commo sgt was a chubby guy that no one like I can remembered his name?
|300) John Cada firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 15. November 2009 08:47 IP: 10.147.16.68 Hi everybody!|
I was stationed in Fuerth at the 42nd Maint.Co from 1981 – 1986.Looking for my buddys-roommates I was hanging around with next to my girlfriend.
Bill Correia,Fred Leeth,Jerry Wayne Kidman,W.Ross,J.Oakes,E. Martin,Summers,Allen,and peopleI just don´t remember the names anymore.We spent our times in severel Clubs – Bars.
49ner, Ponderosa,Nashville,Green Goose,Vickys and Mikes.
|299) Gary Behymer GaryBalmota@colfax.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 11. November 2009 17:55 Host: mail.almotagrain.com Searching for former members of the 511th Military Intelligence Company. I’m in contact with 100 former members & have sent out more than 100 newsletters to former members over the past 3 years. Would like to find former commanding officer LTC Richard W. Meyer (1970-1971).|
|298) Dave Coolen email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 31. October 2009 22:44 Host: c-76-119-38-85.hsd1.ma.comcast.net I was stationed at Darby from 73-74.I was in 1/94 th C-BTRY.I’ve been trying to find guys that I served with for years I hope this site does the trick.I look forward to hearing from some of you guys.Mousey, Beev,Terri,Medina.I hope one of you guys stumble across this site.Love to hear from anybody that was there at that time.|
|297) Bill Krause firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 20. October 2009 20:41 Host: pool-71-251-162-97.bflony.east.verizon.net I was stationed with the 511th MI at the Darby Kaserne from 1962 to 1964. We also had a civilian address which was Balbiererstrasse 17. Most of my memories from there are very happy and still very vivid. We had a great bunch of guys there and also a fine group of German civilians who were unforgettable. I still miss all of them very much. (I had dinner with Tony Niilus in Niagara Falls, NY last summer–2008. The only contact ever with my old Army buddies.) I know you are out there. Drop me a line. Bill Krause|
|296) Joe Cambron email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 19. October 2009 11:52 Host: p57B14C0E.dip.t-dialin.net Hello, I was stationed on WO Darby from 1977 to 1979 with the 127th Postal. I was the Ansbach mail guard, assigned to Ansbach but lived with the Furth postal unit. I have been living and working in Germany for the last six years. Would like to reconnect with any of the old gang that use to hang out at Omaha’s guest house down the street from WO Darby.evelyn cruz:|
joe get in touch please; email firstname.lastname@example.org
|295) John Goheen email@example.comLocation:|
Bel Air, Maryland
|Saturday, 17. October 2009 19:58 Host: pool-96-244-200-223.bltmmd.fios.verizon.net Spent three years in the Public Affairs Office on Darby from 1979 to 1982. This site brought back a lot of memories, most of them very good.Jay:|
Hey john i was at W.o. darby from 80- 82
|294) dennis cunningham firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 17. October 2009 19:33 Host: dsl-144.static.grp32.tnmmrl.infoave.net I WAS WITH 25TH GEN. SUPPLY AND THE HHD 95TH SS BN UP STAIRS 1967-70. Alvin:|
Dennis… Is the Gen Supply HHD 95th the old HHD 95th QM Bn. We also were up on the 3rd floor in 1961 & was the EES Laundry near your bldg. The “95th Qm Bn” has a web site.DENNIS CUNNINGHAM:
THE 25TH GEN SUPPLY WAS IN THE SAME BUILDING ON THE 2ND FLOOR.I WAS IN COMMO IN BOTH UNITSDENNIS CUNNINGHAM:
YES THE LAUNDAY WAS BEHIND US.jim Zychiewicz:
Dennis,I was a cook on the third floor.We were at the far gate.Was there 67 to 69. Jim Zychiewicz sp/5 email@example.com
|293) Jack LaHoud firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 12. October 2009 22:09 IP: 162.sub-70-215-177.myvzw.com A few of us old MP’s are planning an informal reunion on May 1st, 2010. We were at Darby between 1965 and 1970, and if the names Bill Akin, Richard Tyler, Rick Ruiz, Roger England, Butch De La Garza ring a bell, give me a holler @ email@example.com or 612-210-4969. The group will be meeting at the Hofbrau House in Vegas (go figure). Please contact if you’d like to be included, and know that you are welcome to join in.|
|292) Lewis E. Gosa firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 12. October 2009 09:38 IP: 220.127.116.11 I served as 793rd MP Bn Motor Officer from Oct, l962 to l963 and then as Adjutant and Hq Bn Det Commander from l963 to July, l965. Practiced law for 20 years and Judge for over l8 years. Now Alabama Senior Judge (retired status). Nurnberg/Furth were great places to live in those days. I now own two l963 VW beetles. Salute to all Veterans.HANK DODSON:|
793rd MP Bn was a number one rival for 95th QM Bn basket ball team. I remember some of those games so well, and then both of those teams were in the SACOM tourney in Munich winter of 62/63. good to hear from someone from those years.
HankTed R. Archambault:
I remember your name, if not your face. I was in A Co from 62 to 64. You may remember my ex brother in law. Frank Haenal, he was in the motor pool 61 to 63. Always a major pain in the butt for command. I worked in the mess hall. Great times.Alvin Crispin:
Have you heard of the 62nd HP Unit? They patrolled the autobahns from 1948-1958, they also have a web site.
|291) Robin Davis(Ryals) email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 11. October 2009 17:11 IP: 18.104.22.168.reverse.socket.net my dad was in the infantry but I do not know what company from 1977-1981|
his name is JAMES S. RYALS.it was the best time of my life ,I will never forget we lived on J.F Kennedy Street
just right across from the high school
we always loved the octoberfest because it was at our front door on the football field. god bless everyone of you and thank you from the bottom of my heart for protecting our country from 1920’s to now
|290) HANK DODSON firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 10. October 2009 18:04 Host: c-24-8-125-136.hsd1.co.comcast.net Let’s continue to keep this site alive. Enjoy hearing from any one that was At Darby Kaserne. An elite group that saw us thru the Cold War. Thanks Guys and Gals.|
|289) Lovenia Duncan email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 4. October 2009 21:10 Host: dsl-30.pool4.4.sumt.ftc-i.net I was there 1978-1981. Would like to say hi to Anthony Edwards if anyone knows where he is.|
|288) Peter Haljean firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 27. September 2009 07:57 Host: adsl-76-239-20-248.dsl.emhril.sbcglobal.net 1985-1987 1st TransSteve Stanley:|
what platoon were you in?STEVEN STANLEY:
PETER THE SGT WATTS THAT YOU KNEW WAS A FRIEND TO BEV WASHINGTON?CRAIG (CALMEYEAH)COLLIER:
HI PETE & STANLY IT IS CRAIG COLLIER FROM ROOM 220 1984 TO 1988 LETS MAKE A TRIP TO THE WALL.LOLSteve Stanley:
Hi Criag whats your email address?Peter no word from you whats up, Stanley
|287) Paul Bacus Bacussurveying@hotmail.comLocation:|
|Friday, 25. September 2009 18:24 IP: 65-102-207-27.hlrn.qwest.net B Battery 1st of the 94thDonald Stanley:|
when were you thereTesch:
I remember a Donald Stanley form A Battery in 1968-1969.
I was known as just Tesch.Don Stanley:
was there in 72 & 73Paul Bacus:
I was there form 76 to 78, 82C
|286) anthony miller email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 25. September 2009 11:07 Host: mail.foreway.net Stationed from 1/84-6/86 as a 64C with 1st truck, this was my first duty station after AIT. Dose anybody remember the name of the place on WODK that had the little pizza and sub shop they also delivered on post?Peter Haljean:|
I do remember the place but not the name. Pinapple and ham pizza was ther Bomb.Steven Sutton:
SHAMI’S was the name of the pizza/sub shop. By the front gate, right? Steve Sutton here. 240th S&S Co. 1986-1988. Their anchovies were the bomb, too. Especially after a nite at Achillies. lol. My 1st duty after AIT also.
|285) Mark Hübsch firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 20. September 2009 16:22 Host: dslb-188-099-022-031.pools.arcor-ip.net Hallo all, we need your support please!My sister, Joen born in 1965, and me, Mark born in 1969 from Germany / Fürth-Nürnberg, we are looking for any informations about our Dad’s. When we were children, our mother told us only the best about our Dad’s, but nothing concretly. We know that she loved our Dad’s very strong, she never had another love all her life. To talk about this was very painful for her, so we stopped to ask since we were very young. Our wonderful mother, Lisa, died last year. God bless her!|
Now, we need your help!
Our Dad’s Name are:
Oliver Barry Flash and David Johnson, they was stationed at William-O. Darby Kaserne from 1964 to 1972. We would like to have any information what happened and if they died in Vietnam.
Do anybody know something, or someone who was stationed at this time?
Can you give us information which US-office we can asked for?
We hope to get any answers and thank you all for your understanding.God bless you all.
Best regards, Joen and Mark.John LaHoud:
It would help if you knew what unit they were in. Try http://www.militarylocator.com or whitepages.com.Mark Hübsch:
Hello John LaHoud,
thanks a lot for your comment. We ‘ll try that immediatly! I’m sorry, but we don’t know the unit. If you, or anyone else, have further informations and ideas, you also can e-mail us thouhg regulär e-mail(arcor.de)instead through the guessbook, because it’s maybe not allowed here to write more comments.
Sorry, but the other Dad’s name is David Jackson, not David Johnson, thanks!
Wish you all the best, Joen+MarkPhilip:
Hi Joen and Mark,
My condolences on the passing of your Mom, God rest her soul. I was stationed at Monteith (Atzenhof) in 1972 so I didn’t know either of your Dads but I did check at the Vietnam Memorial Website and they are not listed among our fallen heroes. Good luck to both of you.Joen + Mark:
thanks a lot, philip, for your very friendly words and helpfully activity. We think, we should contact the us army about ansbach/germany. Do you, or anyone else, has expierience to that? Or how do you think, if it is possible to get informations from the us army about our search?
We wish you always the best, Joen + Marksteve aguilar:
Joen and mark I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. I have found zabasearch.com very helpfull in assisting me in locating friends from my unit, on darby 73-75 it would also be helpfull if you knew the state your father was from
|284) Harold K. Daniel email@example.comLocation:|
United States (Georgia)
|Saturday, 19. September 2009 10:41 Host: ip68-98-249-49.mc.at.cox.net I thought I had signed this guest book before. I served at WOD from August 1960 to April 1963 with the 24th combat engineers. Also part of my time was at Johnson. We were in S/4 supply over at Darby. We spent most of our time in the field. I will never forget Winter shield 2 from October 1960 to Late December 1960 we were in the field and moved every night,a lot of fun!! I had a lot of friends and would like to go back some day. I woulkd like to tell Alvin hello, we meet on the web he was in the 95th about the same time.Hank Dodson:|
I want to say hello to Alvin also. We were together at the 95th, ages ago.
Guten Tag & Hallo Hank & Harold, Lots of good memories of WOD.
|283) AWC(AC) J Blankenship USN(Ret) firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 19. September 2009 09:03 Host: c-98-237-133-49.hsd1.wa.comcast.net I was an army brat who drank cokes & hung out at the snack bar at the O’Darby Kaserne in the late 1950’s, went to Nurnberg High. I thought I knew too much about the Army so ended up going in the Navy for a career. Germany was a good place to grow up in the late 50’s.|
|282) Lisa Pierson email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 18. September 2009 08:39 IP: 22.214.171.124 Hello! I was stationed at W. O. Darby Kaserne from 1978-1981 with the RPC Nurnberg. Anyone out there that remembers the personnel center and the folks who worked it? Would love to hear from you!! Lisa|
|281) Mike Schachtschneider firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 17. September 2009 21:20 Host: adsl-75-50-89-3.dsl.mdsnwi.sbcglobal.net I was in the 793rd MP Bn from 72-74. Was a good time, remember a pizzera right around the corner from the barracks.Night shift we would get a whole chicken and pepperoni pizza and split half and half with my partner. Had alot of spare on night shift. Midnight to 8am. Alot of good friends and adventures.SP/4 steve aguilar:|
I also was there at the same time 73-75 and remember the pizzeria well get a 1/2 chicken some pomme frits, I had my first bottle of lambrusco there. I was with the 127th postal unit we shared billetts with you guys I also lived on 51barenshanz str in nurnberg were many mps lived with there families
|280) Bob Martin email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 16. September 2009 08:28 IP: 126.96.36.199 I was at Darby March 73 – 76 assigned to HQ USMCA Nbg, worked in the Consolidated Maint Fac Fuerth, COMMEL section. Our shop repaired everything electronic. The rest of the foaciity took care of commercial trucks and cars, typewriters ETC. My wife worked in the Darby PX for about a year until our son was born in Jan 75. Loved it there and always wanted to get back. Sorry to see that it’s gone. We lived in leased housing for about a year and a half on Zirndofer Str.|
|279) Cindy Veselich firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 11. September 2009 10:46 Host: sbcp6.dhs.gov Anyone there winter of ’82-’83? I was a student on the economy and got hooked up with the Stage 13 theater and orchestra. Played the part of the Ghost of Christmas Past in that year’s production of A Christmas Carol. Made lots of friends but kept in touch with none of them. I remember Art & CA Crane, hung out with Kevin Crawford (Merrill Barracks), Bob Critchley (British ex-pat), and a guy named Doug (Last???) who always had funny stories about falling asleep at a red light. Wonder where everyone is these days!|
|278) Roy Bowers Location:|
|Wednesday, 9. September 2009 11:35 IP: 188.8.131.52 Stationed at Darby from 1966 to 1968 with the 793rd MP’s. Had a good time and met many great people. Wonderful food and beer. email@example.com:|
I was also there 66-69 I remember you. You made SGT. before you left. I was in the 3rd squad. My name is Roger EnglandRick Ruiz:
Bowers, I remember you. My name is Rick Ruiz and I was in the fourth squad from ’66 to ’67. Hope all is well. Doesn’t seem like forty some years ago…….Ambrosio de la Garza:
I was there from Jan 66 to Aug 68 with the 793. Drove the Taps wagon. I remember you. How have you been? This is Butch. (Ambrosio de la Garza)Roy Bowers:
Paul, Rick and Butch: Yes I do remember eah of you. Good to know you guys are still hang in there. We used to have a good time at Gerharts playing foosball, won a few beers and lost a few beers playing that game.Roger England:
Good morning Roy, glad you saw our comments. This is Roger England did you see my pictures on the web site that I took March of this year? I sent yoy my e-mail address in the first post. Jack Lahoud, Butch, Rick Ruiz and Rick Tyler are meeting in Las Vegas on May 5, 2010 if you could join us you are welcome.
|277) Raquel Alexander firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 8. September 2009 02:49 IP: 76-216-159-115.lightspeed.irvnca.sbcglobal.net Hi, I was stationed at Darby Kaserne with the 240th S&S Co. I don’t remember many people. I kept to myself. If you remember me, I would love to have you contact me. I was good friends with Jeff Beck. If anyone remembers him and knows how to contact him I would appriciate it if you could forward this message to him. Hope to hear from people.|
|276) wayne witten email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 5. September 2009 09:27 Host: ip72-223-57-1.ph.ph.cox.net Station there June 1966 thru April 1968 with the 182nd LEM motor pool. Had some of the best times there just didn’t know it at the time. If you used a vehicle there you talked to me.John LaHoud:|
I drove for Col.Besicka and Col. Cohen in the MP barracks. I remember getting the “new” 1967 Chevies to drive. They were a hoot on the autobahn with the V-8’s. You guys took really good care of all our patrol vehicles, and I thank you. Too bad the old kaserne is all gone now. I’d like to go back and reminisce.
|275) John Stevenson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Merritt Island, Florida
|Sunday, 30. August 2009 18:58 Host: cpe-97-104-140-154.cfl.res.rr.com Hi, I was stationed with the Signal Service Unit Nuremberg, at the Darby Kasern from June 1966 thru December 1968. If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of anyone who was with the Signal Unit there during these years please contact me. I would love to converse with some old buddies.Ron Kantola:|
John, you probably replaced me. I was there from March, 1964 to June, 1966. Last day there was about the 6th of June. Sgt. Larry Savoy was shop NCOIC then. I still keep in touch with a couple of the guys from the unit. The only one I think you might know is Bernie Yokopenic. The others left before you got there. I’m always looking to find more of the guys from back then.
|274) Paul Shook email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 22. August 2009 21:43 Host: c-66-41-131-98.hsd1.mn.comcast.net Just a Army brat, checking in. Spent 6 years in there, I miss it soLarry Addington:|
I think I remember you at WOD. Did you attend the American High School early 60’s. I beleive you had a car and hung out with some of us who were teenage soldiers. I Beleive Louie Antonelli and I were riding with you in Furth one night when you were pursued by German police back to and all over Post.
|273) THOMAS A. GARTNER TGARTNER55@YAHOO.COMLocation:|
|Tuesday, 11. August 2009 09:29 Host: adsl-75-60-198-223.dsl.wotnoh.sbcglobal.net STATIONED AT DARBY FROM JAN. 1975-JUNE, 1976|
|272) Ronald Williams firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 6. August 2009 15:35 Host: pool-71-106-221-160.lsanca.dsl-w.verizon.net served at WODK fron 1961 until 1962|
was with the 261st Eng Co. Direct support. I have no idea what building number i was in. It was directly across the street from the park. anyone who reads this and was there at that time, would like hearing from you.Bobmac ’52-’54:
I’m guessing it was Bldg #41.Susan Waugh Schmidt:
My dad, Col. W. H. Waugh Jr was Post Commander from 1960-1963 and had his office in WODK. He graduated from West Point one year after William O Darby.ron santos:
my name is pvt ron santos was also stationed at darby 1957 to 1960 email@example.com would love to hear from you ro9n tiverton riron santos:
my name is pvt ron santos was also stationed at darby 1957 to 1960 firstname.lastname@example.org would love to hear from you ro9n tiverton riron santos tiverton ri:
romn santos ri here cant seem to make contact with the e mail address try me again email@example.com 1957 to 1960 got a lot of questions
|271) Mike Coyne firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 30. July 2009 18:26 Host: c-67-171-86-238.hsd1.pa.comcast.net I was at Darby from May of 1970 to October 1971 with Signal Operations Company – next to the the microwave tower. I worked in the comunications center. While we pulled long 12 hour shifts, it was always great on our off days to walk through Furth or catch the stretcar to downtown Nurnberg. Especially during one of the endless Fests. I miss those days now and wish I could have them back. That’s why I’m glad I found this site.|
|270) Jack Anliker email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 25. July 2009 09:57 Host: c-67-168-194-134.hsd1.or.comcast.net I am positive I was there in 74,75, and 76 with B Battery 1/94th but I was told to forget everything when I was debriefed when clearing S-2. I do recall the very first thing I did when clearing for my return to the world was clearing S-2 to end the insane nightmare.Dear old retired military fart, bigger print for us old disabled farts on some of these web pages. Paul Bacus:|
You were there in 76 alright, how are you going to trust anyone that that thinks that military and intellengence should be in the same name.
|269) Ron Cummins firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 18. July 2009 18:43 Host: h-68-165-199-204.dnvtco56.dynamic.covad.net Was stationed at the Regional Personnel Center from 81 – 82.|
|268) Todd Holbrook email@example.comLocation:|
Salt Lake City
|Wednesday, 15. July 2009 11:20 IP: 184.108.40.206 i was stationed at Darby from 1987 to 1991. Recovery section of the 317th Maintenance company. Lots of good times at Darby.|
|267) HANK DODSON firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 4. July 2009 13:03 Host: c-75-71-201-73.hsd1.co.comcast.net HAPPY 4TH OF JULY TO EVERYONE OUT THERE CONNECTED TO W.O.DARBY KASERNE. AND A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL YOU VETS THAT SERVED.|
SP4 HANK DODSONSP4 Alvin Crispin:
Hello Hank, And I 2nd it; and to the good old 95th QM Bn (during the 1960’s).DENNIS CUNNINGHAM:
I WAS WITH THE 25TH GEN SUPPLY AND HHD 95TH SS BN 1967-70.REMENBER ALL THE GOOD TIMES. I WAS IN COMMO WITH BOTH UNITS. I LIVE IN MCMINNVILLE TENN 37110
|266) John Gavin email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 23. June 2009 18:37 Host: pool-71-116-54-108.eriepa.dsl-w.verizon.net I was stationed at HQ Co,73/75 many fond memories and a lot of good friends,people from all over the country and we live like family I miss the beer Tucher was to me the best and served at room temp there is where I aquired a taste for beer.To all my comrades I hope you are wel we were called Bad company sometimes it reminded me of animal house.I would like to say hello to Capt Mac SP/4 Steve Aguilar:|
John, our billetts were across from HQ, 127th AG DET Postal I was also there from 73-75Bob Martin:
I was there from March 73 – 76 assigned to HHC Military Community NBG worked in the COMMEL shop in the CMFF. Remember some great times as does my wife who worked in the Darby PX until Dec 74 2 weeks before our son was born. Have always wanted to get back over to see some of the area again.SP/4 steve aguilar:
Bob I also worked at the exchange from 73 till I left in jan 75 I was with the 127th AG det postal my wife and I lived at 51 barenshanz str nurnberg
|265) Matthew Viera firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Brooklyn, New York
|Sunday, 21. June 2009 14:31 Host: ool-4571a3fa.dyn.optonline.net Hello all! This is a great website and brings back a lot of memories. I was stationed at Darby Kaserne from ’92 until ’94. I was stationed with a small unit named MCT Nurnberg across the parking lot from 501st Finance. The parent company of which was based out of Weisbaden. I hung out with some folks from 501st Finance, in particular Virginia Thee. I am looking to get in contact with Jason Futrell, Kevin J. Lipke, Kevin Junnarkar, and Chuck Day. I was also good friends with an MP named Steve Saunders (if you knew him, it is definitely hard to forget him). I lived in Bldg 41 on the top floor. What a view from the windows in that building. That was my first assignment for the Army and the best assignment any soldier can have. I had a phenomenal experience there and would love to go back one day to do some reminiscing. If anyone remembers me, or not, hit me up via email. Hope you are well. Cheers!!!|
|264) Paul Brunelle email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 20. June 2009 08:04 Host: cache-mtc-ab10.proxy.aol.com I was stationed at the Darby Kaserne in 1955 as a clerk typist in the Provost Marshall’s office. I was assigned to Hqs Company of a Military Police Battalion, the 520th I think. C Company was in Straubing, another in Grafenwehr(sp?).Is all of that still in place?Thanks! Bobmac:|
I left in 1954 but I think the 520th MP were in the same bldg with us.I know they yanked me out of a pub across the street in ’52 or ’53 as we still had a midnite curfew.
|263) mark goodleaf firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 17. June 2009 20:35 IP: 220.127.116.11 b-btry1/94fa survey section,pfiz,tripp bacus,todd green,jerry white to name a few,lottsa beer at mikes.|
|262) Hank Dodson email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 5. June 2009 06:31 Host: c-75-71-201-73.hsd1.co.comcast.net Just thinking about all those great years at Darby Kaserne from 1961 to 1986ron santos tiv ri:|
was there 1957to1960 would like to hear from you was with the 261st eng fm
|261) Tony Swafford firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 25. May 2009 18:23 IP: 75-148-54-26-Oregon.hfc.comcastbusiness.net I was there in 1989-1991 and served in Desert Storm from Dec ’90 to June ’91.|
|260) Don Stanley email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 25. May 2009 12:12 Host: adsl-147-79-84.bhm.bellsouth.net I was @ Darby Kaserne in 72 & 73 ,Btry A 1st & 94th. Artillery ,what a party.|
|259) edwardHaynes firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 25. May 2009 01:01 IP: 66-191-229-12.dhcp.kgpt.tn.charter.com looking for friends at Merrell and darby barracks. Allen norris, micky Underwood, Robert gledhill. 1973 1974. any 614th. maint. co. 73.73|
|258) franklin broome 1st. trans email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 20. May 2009 23:51 Host: adsl-074-180-161-017.sip.clt.bellsouth.net i would just like to ge in contact with some of my old army buddies from 1st trans,i was on darby kaserne years 1989 through 1992.i had some great memories there and would just like to see how some of my army buddies are doing.spc.broome|
|257) Sp/4 Steve Aguilar firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 18. May 2009 22:20 Host: pool-71-165-140-202.lsanca.fios.verizon.net I was assigned to the 127th AG Det Postal from Jan73-Jan75 at William O Darby Kaserne we were billeted across from Hq’s my room was on the second floor. The MP’s were also in the same building with us, our BPO was at Johnson Barracks, where we would receive and distribute mail. I had a number of jobs including unloading parcel post and bulk mail and sorting to the outline units, and the insured room. I also had a courier job where I would use 1st Trans as drivers and we would take a 40 foot container full of mail to Offenbach and bring one back, I also was on the Munich mail run as well as Amberg, Hohenfiels. During my last year I was assigned to the Furth Exchange and worked at the post office. My wife arrived in April 73 and stayed until april 75, our first apt was in Oberasbach, no gas stove but we had briquettes and coal for the water heater, soon moved to 51 Barenshanz Str. My wifes name was Cris, we would always have short timer partys at our place, there was also a number of MP’s that lived there. My son was born at the Nurnberg Army Hospital in Oct 74.|
I sure miss 1/2 chicken with pomme fritz, and a bottle of tucher or lambrusco, or weinerwald, or Wimpys, foosball in the guesthaus, the world cup, blackmarket cigarettes, and Jim Beam, gummi bears, lebkuchen.
|256) Sp/4 Steve Aguilar email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 18. May 2009 20:37 Host: pool-71-165-140-202.lsanca.fios.verizon.net continued from previous comment I am in contact with Lt.Dan Schneider, Fred Wood, Big Game James Wright, Zennie Peterson (793rd mp) Combat Clifton Causey, Frankie Norton, Dennis Stanley, and Tim “little hippy” Roush, and Linda Fulmer (BT Fulmer) looking for and havn’t forgotten, Bro Weems, Herman(Smitty)Smith, Flim Flam Man (Fleming), Nathaniel Gleaton, Dirty David Tatlor (DDT), TC Tommy Cutler, Michael Cypran, Brother Bradley, Cpt. Conway, 1st Sgt Mixon, BT Fulmer, Jeff Raley, Kelly, Thear, Sgt. Martin, 1st Sgt Theaberge, Sgt Jefferson, Sgt Sullivan, Sgt King, Dillard “gramps”, Nicholas Joseph, Freak and Sandy, Denny and Sue, Cyclopse, Vroucher, Gully, Hartkopf, Sgt Gray, TC Tony Campbell, Lt. Whitman, Kenneth Wagner, Hazelwood, Andy Boon “Goon”, Mark Chase, Sgt. Anthony Delbeato, Sam Butts, Nellie Johnson & Bivens.Sp/4 Tim Sattler:|
my name is Tim Sattler (Sp4) I was w/ 127th AG det. 1971-1973. Mark Chase and I purchased motor bikes together and road them all over the area. We had a blast with them. We saw lots of Germany.
|255) Ed Leroy Mleroy@dccc.eduLocation:|
|Sunday, 17. May 2009 09:08 Host: c-68-82-43-204.hsd1.pa.comcast.net I was stationed at WODK,arriving september 70 left end of december 71. Was stationed at the 27th base post office. Worked on the am crew then moved to the pm crew. Also worked in the registered mai room for a few months. i was then moved into position of unit mail room inspector until my departure.|
|254) Mike Van Dyke firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 15. May 2009 17:17 Host: pool-96-243-168-218.tampfl.fios.verizon.net Hello, I was stationed at W/O Darby Fuerth A Btry 1/94FA from Nov85-Dec86 The PLT SGT was Hood my Section Chief was Reed. I retired in 05. Was roomates with G-man, peoples. Party man Moe. that never slept at night. Great times down at Vickies. I always wonder what happened to Inga Swoboda. What alot of great memories. Reforger, Graf Special weapons school.Rich:|
Inga and My best friend were married in 1987.Mike:
Who was your best friend??
|253) Dave Somers email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 14. May 2009 07:24 IP: 18.104.22.168 I was stationed there from May 1977 to January 1981. 535th signal company.|
|252) Mike Word firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 11. May 2009 15:28 Host: cpe-67-10-96-227.elp.res.rr.com I was stationed at 45th Ord from 1988-90. I worked in the dining facility.|
|251) Tim Shultz email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 10. May 2009 01:15 Host: adsl-75-40-239-93.dsl.klmzmi.sbcglobal.net As I said before I spent 2 years on Darby.The 42nd Maint Co was my home. Nov 1980 to Nov 1982 . Myself and the boys I worked with hung out at Marthas Place, good bear, good music, and lots of laughs.I often wander what happensd to that dear women, boy she could cook and had a great sense of being a mom away from home . I have contacted the Furth newspaper, and other gov leads to find out about her. I have even emailed some of the local people to get info on her.I have came up with nothing. Please if any one knows any thing about her good ,bad or other wise please email me. She was a good friend and she filled a void for two years in my life, and I think of her often. She had a son named Udo. Great guy, just did not say much. Please help me in my quest for information about Martha Gnan This would mean the world to me .Thanks so much … Tim Shultz firstname.lastname@example.orgBHXrMJgxBJlYQz:|
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|250) John Wilson email@example.comLocation:|
Camp Robinson NLR, AR
|Friday, 8. May 2009 14:12 IP: 22.214.171.124 Was at Darby 1983-1986 with the Nuernberg Field Office CID Command|
waqs the Bn. Supply SGT.My Commander was Maj.Daniel G Karis
1SG Gary RatliffDoes anyone know where they areHANK DODSON:
JUST looked up on the internet and there is a Daniel G. Karis at P.O.Box 565
Ft Leavenworth, Ks 66048-0565
And there are too many Gary Ratliffs to mention but only one Daniel G. Karis. You might get lucky here.
Take care, happy hunting
hi. how are you? Was just looking for old pic of w.o. darby. came accross you message. my name is john wilson aka (j.f.k.)also. was stationed at darby from 1985 to 1988 with the 42nd Maint company.Small world. if you every get any hits that were meant for me please forward firstname.lastname@example.org
|249) Jeffrey Rutter email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 1. May 2009 00:09 Host: cpe-72-224-133-210.maine.res.rr.com I arrived at the 793rd M.P. Bn. on April Fools day 1973. Was assigned to C co in Ansbach and Bamberg; then to A Co. in ’75 stayed at Darby till I rotated back to the States in July ’76. Sure had a great time patrolling the Fuerth/Nurnberg area. I remember when they opened the First Mc Donalds in Nurnberg. Watching all the girls at the wall was fun too. At the time, I wanted back to the US, but now, I wish I’d stayed.|
|248) Arnold “Chris” Christiansen firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 18. April 2009 18:03 Host: dialup-126.96.36.199.Dial1.Chicago1.Level3.net Greetings, or as the amiable, “Southern Bell” wife of one of the staff sergeant’s use to say: “Guten Tag, Ya’ll !”. I was a SP5 with the 182nd LEM, Signal Platoon, 303rd Maintenance Battalion. My nickname was “Chris”, and I was stationed at William O. Darby Kaserne from 1969 to 1970. At some point during 1970, the 182nd LEM moved into Merrell Barracks. I frequented Ziggy’s gasthaus (east of WODK), drank my fill of Gruner Bier, and deposited more than my fair share of Deutsche Marks in Ziggy’s foosball machine. I was a member of the soccer team, the Hedgehogs, and we played the Germans on Saturday afternoons. Although we lost every game, the “after-the-game-beers” helped console the unending, humiliation of defeat. However, all things considered, I had a good time in Germany. My one regret was not becoming more fluent in German.|
|247) Ken Remfry “The Remf” email@example.comLocation:|
Camp Arifjan, Kuwait
|Tuesday, 17. March 2009 04:35 IP: 188.8.131.52 I was in B Battery, 1st Bn, 94th Field Artillery from February 1976 to February 1978. I was in the FDC section for the first 6 months or so, then put into Special Weapons. At the time, all I wanted out of the Army was out of the Army, but how things change!! Anyway, greetings to all you “Flexibles” and go to the Fuerth grouping on Classmates.com and sign up – It’s free!!!The RemfRich Teschler (Tesch):|
Battery A 1/94th 1968 – 1969. Have any use for a threaded straight pin? I too was in the Special Weapons Team.James Urban:
Hello Ken!! I was in the HHB 1/94th in commo section as a wirerat and i was switchboard op. I wish there was more guys in our era from76-83. Let me know if there are more lost members of the 94th.!!!
|246) HANK DODSON firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 9. March 2009 21:37 Host: c-75-71-202-78.hsd1.co.comcast.net I have found the new web site so confusing and so unuser friendly that I have come back to this site. Much easier to communicate here.|
The other one is not a site. It’s a group you have to join for anything on it to work. Only works for members.Hank:
Eddie, I joined, still confusing. Have to be a member of a group. I want to hear from everyone that was there. Find all comments interesting about a place I spent 9 years.
|245) TIM ADAMS CROCIDILE2000@AOL.COMLocation:|
|Monday, 9. March 2009 20:49 Host: fl-74-4-211-99.dhcp.embarqhsd.net I WAS STATIONED AT DARBY CONCERN I BELIEVE FROM 1985-87, I WAS IN RPC(MILPO)/ I STAYED DRUNK SO I REALLY DONT REMEMBER TOO MUCH. ANYBODY REMEMBER THE WALL, QUADROSET, BEST DUTY STATION EVER.IF YOU WERE IN RPC E-MAIL ME AT CROCIDILE2000@AOL.COMSPC T. ADAMS|
|244) David Ethridge email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 22. February 2009 16:12 IP: 208-39-170-77.isp.comcastbusiness.net I was stationed at W.O Darby and Johnson Barracks from November 1991 – March 1994. I was with 240th Quartermaster Supply(POL) (Andy Rosebur, Douglas Rich, Julie Reyes, SFC Jenaro Soto, Scott, Purcell, Carson, Sgt Wesley, Carl buchanan, Sgt Olsen, Candelaria, Lee, Harvey, Forrester & Peterson just to name a few) Hit me up on facebook or myspace. Paisley Pub, yellow rose, green goose, the wall, sex world…lol and all that other crazy $hit was awesome!|
|243) Lloyd Location:|
|Tuesday, 17. February 2009 00:53 Host: c-76-113-204-167.hsd1.mn.comcast.net I was stationed at William O. in 1977. I had the best time of my life. If you ever see Demousie Sheronline tell her I said Hi.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|242) Dirk Haije email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 21. January 2009 17:55 Host: c-67-171-27-212.hsd1.wa.comcast.net Looking for any of the “Army Punks” from 84-88.So far Tom Hasenhauer, John Cantrell, Alan Alred, Mike Fundaro, Kelly Mcginnis and myself..Where the hell are the rest of you?|
|241) Dean firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 21. January 2009 08:46 Host: lm-dyn-dsl-184.108.40.206.wctatel.net I am having trouble finding my way to the new pages for this site on the new Multiply site. Any others struggling with this?I was at Darby 1973 – 1975 240th S&SBobmac:|
thats the other Ferris site.I tried but gave up eventhough I had no trouble before.If its that hard for everyone it’ll probable go underEddie:
There is only one site. The multiply part is a group you have to join for most of the pages to be available to you.
You can add photos, add to the notes, add to the blog and get your own page to add what ever you like.
|240) Victor G. Strayhorn SFC/Ret. email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 18. January 2009 23:43 IP: 99-206-173-199.pools.spcsdns.net I was Stationed on William O’Darby Kaserne from 1987 with the third platoon, SSG Washington was my platoon Sgt and SSG English was the Asst. Platoon Sgt. Some of my platoon buddies were Sgt Watts, Spc. Brooks, Spc. Martinez, Spc. Bolden, Sgt Hinch and a host of others. Feel free to contact me if you were there also. (704) 756-2729|
|239) Rich Seibert firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 13. January 2009 22:02 Host: c-76-117-103-130.hsd1.pa.comcast.net I was stationed at Darby from 1969-1971.|
others stationed there were Rich Tilden, Rich Tempesta, Garvey, Emmett Hall, Jack Fox, Stan McKeen, Coryell, Aiken, and cannot forget Nick who pitched for the 7th corp….Rich:
Did a guy named Stronczek from Mass. run the gym there?
|238) Steven Stanley email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 13. January 2009 17:27 Host: sub99-201.middlebury.edu WAS STATIONED AT W.O.DARBY 1983/1986 1ST TRANS COMPANY.PLATOON SGT WAS SSG WASHINGTON THEN ON TO AMVI PLATOON.PLAYED SOFTBALL WITH THE FIRST TRUCK TEAM.Peter Haljean:|
You should remember me. Private at the time. Peter Haljean. 1985-1987
|237) James Urban Urbanjamz6@Yahoo.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 10. January 2009 00:19 Host: c-67-176-107-93.hsd1.co.comcast.net I was in the 94th F.A. two times HHB from 76-78 in commo section, C btry 80-83, but attached to 595 M.P.Co. at Nato 23 as a C.A. disreguard the Hotmail adress this is the new adress that you can contact me directly. I partied at the Chaicago club, Rosita’s bar, Edelweiss,and the Pondorosa club, I’m looking for Robert Townsend, Michael Hernadez, they were in Ratt in HHB from 76-78 Townsend was from New York (bronx).. start web site everybody that was in the 94th and give those guy the update!!! James Urban:|
New E-Mail is Urbanjamz57@yahoo.com
|236) Chris Sheldon firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Albuquerque, New Mexico
|Tuesday, 6. January 2009 14:54 IP: 208-50-207-79.wireless.ollagrande.net I was with 317th Maint. at Darby and then to Monteith in ’91-’92.Worked at Range Control in Erlangen ’92-’93.On to Crailsheim for the remainder of ’93 to work in the fuckin’ battery shop.Some of the people I knew: D. Snyder, D. Scott, Mark Langston, Joe Johns, Murchison, Chris Telken, Colin “Chuckie” Watson, Elvin Hernandez, Sgt. Miller, SFC. Hill|
|235) Chuck Hale email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 5. January 2009 11:23 Host: r74-194-42-230.brnscmta01.basnmo.lr.dh.suddenlink.net I was posted to 14th Finance Section which was located over a motorpool from 1971-1972. Sure don’t miss those duece and a half’s blowing exhaust into our open windows!hank dodson:|
NOW BE NICE, I worked in that motorpool when I was with the 95th Quartermaster Bat. We had work to do. I always remember going to the cage to cash at the top of the stairs on the south end of the building..
|234) Michael T. Milligan firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
El Paso, Texas
|Sunday, 4. January 2009 15:45 IP: 220.127.116.11 I was stationed at the Nuernberg Law Center Bldg 38, WODK 1970-73. Other JAGC officers there were Majors Bob Aldinger and Tom Cuthbert and Captains Don Cowan, Tom Wilson, Ard Gates, Gordon Dennison, Gary Davis, Ron Vaughan, Joe Vetrick, John Lemke, Ralph Miranda, Ron Slates, Bill Reynolds, Jack Zimmerman, Bill Porter, and Mike Rudd. I’m still in touch with most of them. What a happy trip down memeory lane!|
|233) Samuel W. Zabrdac email@example.comLocation:|
Camp Bagram Afghanistan
|Friday, 2. January 2009 18:30 IP: 18.104.22.168 My first duty station as a Combat Signaler, W.O. Darby Kaserne from 1985 until it deactivated in 1986. Left there went to Camp Pender DIVARTY.Hung-out with Jeff Kurts and Gary Combs (TMC NCOIC). We caused alot of trouble at George and Vickey’s Country Bar.Dated a nice finance girl, Jennifer. Jeff married her.Anyway, I’m still in the Army in Afghanistan. If you know me, please drop a line.SGM Samuel W. ZabrdacSam:|
I was actually assigned to B Btry 1/94th FA. It decactivated in 1986. Would like make contact with anyone stationed there during that time period. Trying to track down Jeff and Jennifer. Jeff was in my unit, Jennifer worked at finance.Rick Vanderpool:
I was there in HHB 1/94th 85-86 time frame. I remember you Sam. firstname.lastname@example.org. I left when we deactivated and got out of the Army in 87.
|232) Bill Akin email@example.comLocation:|
Noblesville, IN., US
|Friday, 2. January 2009 01:34 Host: c-98-220-110-87.hsd1.in.comcast.net I was at WODK between Jun 66 and Jan 3rd. 68. Started in supply of Co.A, 793rd. and finished my tour at 2nd. MP Grp. I was a SP/4 when I was discharged. My supply Sgt. ( E-7 ) was Bill Watson, Cpt. McCotter was the CO. If anyone would remember, I had a bootleg AM broadcast station on the air and would play everyones reel to reel tapes for continious music all over the WODK. I had a wire antenna across the far ends of our “L” shape building right at the main entrance to the Kasern. Very good times at Gerhart’s Guest Haus. It’s been more than 40 years now but it seems like it was only a short time ago. I would like to take a trip back to Furth and visit the area. Don’t know if I will get to do that at my age now. It was really a great place for a draftee to spend my time in the service. I went to Germany and my brother went to Nam. Thank god he came back OK. I really hate to see the old Kasern gone, but time marches on as they say. Best regards and Happy New Year.|
|231) Rick Everroad firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 21. December 2008 14:54 IP: 22.214.171.124 With the 218th MP Co. in Fuerth from 91-93. I was attached to CID with Geoff Cherrington. Worked with DST a few times. Got married to Julie Wolske…Divorced her ass at Fort Rucker, Alabama in 94…..|
|230) Michael Lowrey email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 13. December 2008 14:11 IP: 126.96.36.199 I was a member of the 127th AG Det. (Postal), 1976-1979. I saw a post from someone else who had the same job I had, as a mail courier on the run from Johnson Barracks to Offenbach to Rhine Main AFB and return. I did the same things you guys did, went out drinking at various spots, stopped and got a half chicken (gebratenes Huhn), then made my way back to good ole Building 41 on WODK. Would love to talk to you folks that were stationed there then, or German nationals.James Urban:|
Michael, your name so fimilar? were you lived above c btry and did you bunked the 4th room as you turned right? Do you know robert townsend, michael Hernadez,from HHB I worked with them there,Hank Dodson:
Mr Urban, do you recognize me from the Ponderosa club, 1993-1995, I was in my mid 40s then and was there often.
we were there at the same time? do you remember cindy…what was her last name?Joe Cambron:
Hi Mike, Hope life is well with you. Wish we could all get together back at Omaha’s for a Gruner!! Hi Evelyn I remember Cindy. Hope things are good with you.evelyn cruz:
joe, please get in touch; firstname.lastname@example.org
|229) Charles Holderfield email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 27. November 2008 08:11 Host: static.unknown.charter.com Was stationed at W.O.Darby Kas. from 1978-1992 with 1st Transportation Company…better known as “First Truck”. Have some great memories of the place and the surrounding community. Loved going to the Texas Bar on the corner just behind the old snack bar. It seems that I always had to stop on the walk back to the kaserne from the Texas Bar at the little Imbis and get either a half chicken or a snitzel sandwich to take back to the barracks most of the time it ended up on my desk and never eaten…the good ole days. Such memories.Richard Aid:|
Small world, you live in Scottsboro and I am in Huntsville. I was on Darby from 93-95 in 501st Finance. A lot of the places that I see talked about on here didn’t even exist anymore when I was there. But, I was one of the last to leave before it shut down. Had fun there.Charles Holderfield:
Just read your comment and yes I grew up in Scottsboro and moved back here in 2001..I loved the time at Darby and wish sometimes that I could return back to those days…but I know they are long gone except for the memories.Peter Haljean:
Peter Haljean 1985-1987 I remember you I think. I was with SGT. Watts and the crew.
|228) EJ Taylor firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 23. November 2008 19:07 IP: 93.sub-75-219-50.myvzw.com Was there from 91 to 93 worked on the dst team (Drug supression team) for the Nuernburg Resident agency of the cid. I hung out at the rockit bar outside of the kasern along with many other places. I miss the friends I had there (some didnt know my real job)anyone remember me send me a email. I would like to go back and visit some day to see how everything changed but would never be the same as was when I was stationed there.|
|227) John Joyce email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 23. November 2008 12:29 Host: cdm-75-108-71-178.asbnva.dhcp.suddenlink.net I was stationed with 45th Ord in 1988-1991. I used to hang out at Vicky’s Pub with Rob Dollard and Mike Morgan. We always had a good time. Any body out there remembers me, please contact.Duane Gendreaux:|
What’s up John, this is Duane “G-man” Gendreaux. I was with you at 45th. I remember all those good times at the Yellow Rose and Vicky’s. I have lots of great pics from then. Hope all is well with you.
|226) Gerald Mounce firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Bowling green Ky 42101
|Saturday, 22. November 2008 01:41 IP: 74-141-72-123.dhcp.insightbb.com i was in the 615mp from 82-84 iwas a cook in HHC just seeing if i can find anyone that was there at the same timejames urban:|
I was with the 94th, but i was attached to the 595 M.P company at Nato I ate at the 615 instead of the 94th due to the taste and the midnight chow!!
Hope to hear from you
|225) HANK DODSON email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 18. November 2008 00:19 Host: c-75-70-40-205.hsd1.co.comcast.net Sorry I am not that computor literate but what do you mean get signeed up on multiple pages. I’ll do anything you ask. just need some simple inst.|
thanks, HankJames Urban:
Your name sounds Like you were their in the 1980’s were you at blgd 41 at darby?Hank:
from 1961-63 I was in bld 41, but from 1981-1986 I was in bld 1, Chief of the computor center at the Headquarters.James Urban:
I tried to get in touch by my web-site and it won’t go through, I check my inboxes every day, the way i found you, had placed a comment in somebody inbox under comments. try to get in touch through your web-site directly and through this one. I’m from Pueblo, colorado.
|224) Admin firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 17. November 2008 10:24 Host: cpe-76-177-19-241.natcky.res.rr.com Hey guys we need to get signed up on these new Multiply pages. These pages will link us all together. There’s one for each kaserne, plus one for the main site. The more members we have, the higher in the search engine standings we’ll be.cruz:|
please clarify the above message…thanks!James Urban:
It’s hard to get to the darby web-site! If this website changes you should notify all members where and how to go to the new site?Dean:
I am having trouble finding the pages. Please respond with the path we need to follow to get to them. ThanksJames Urban:
James Urban from the 1St.Bn. 94th F.A. in Darby Kaserne from 1976-79 in HHB,in Commo section and C Btry in Commo section Looking For Robert Townsend and Michael Hernadez those guys were in Ratt if you any Information contact me!!
|223) Gary Behymer GaryBalmota@colfax.comLocation:|
Colfax Washington State
|Wednesday, 12. November 2008 15:53 Host: mail.almotagrain.com Searching for former members of the 511th Military Intelligence Company. I’m in contact with 88 former members. Would like to find former commanding officer LTC Richard W. Meyer (1970-1971).Salute!|
|222) terrance p. mccormack email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 11. November 2008 09:56 Host: c-76-28-69-115.hsd1.ma.comcast.net I was stationed @ darby from 1980 to 1983. I was in alph battery in the survey section. ssg whitney was our sec chief, and sfc shoomaker was our platoon sgt.does anyone remember this.James Urban:|
I was In c battery in commo section but I worked at nato 23 do you remember me i was in the chicago club alot. I remember sfc shoomaker he was a cool sgt.james urban New E-mail:
Hello Terrance, I’m being trying to get in touch with you, but this is my E-mail adress Urbanjamz6@yahoo.com
|221) James Urban Urban.firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 1. November 2008 16:26 Host: c-67-176-107-93.hsd1.co.comcast.net I was stationed with the 94th F.A. from 1976 -79 then I came back to the 94th from 1980-1983. the second time I was with C btry but I my duties were at nato with 595 M.P. in blgd 41. I surely missed to bier and the food and the crowd from the chicago club, and the pondorosa club. and the bar called rosita’s. I’m looking for robert townsend from the Bronx and Michael hernadez from Britghton colo. that were commo rats in the HHB with “RAT”james urban New E-mail:|
DISREGUARD THE HOTMAIL NOT IN USE!!!! NEW ADDRESS is Urbanjamz6@yahoo.comJames Urban:
NEW E-Mail address is Urbanjamz57@yahoo.com
|220) Eve Cruz email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 1. November 2008 11:57 Host: cpe-71-74-67-31.insight.res.rr.com loved the pictures.. it brought WITH it so many memories…Tausend Dank; Gracias|
Hello 127th Postal
Greetings! from Jersey to the 127th via 128th (Bamberg); Cindy, Martinez, Johnson, Wiley, Laverdia…Que pasa?Greetings to the Trans CO…(you drove a mail guard every day to Bamberg Post office,–1980-1981)
|219) Richard Aid firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 24. October 2008 17:38 IP: 12-207-101-220.client.mchsi.com I was stationed on Darby from May of 93 through June of 95 with 501st Finance. Hate to say it, but I was one of the last there. By the time I PCS’d there were maybe 300-400 soldiers left. It got to where they were moving single soldiers into family housing. I had a four bedroom apartment to myself for about a year. It was great! Anyone remember Murdock, Hudnall, etc. who was there at that time? I have been in contact with Eddington (Ed), he’s still in and still in Hohenfels (E-7 now)…Johnson and Mosier are still in also…made some good friends there.|
|218) Wayne Dobert email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 15. October 2008 22:18 IP: 74-209-4-14.dsl.berk.com At O’Darby from 65 to 67 with the 27th BPO. Made a lot of great memories with some great people. Feel free to contact me.|
|217) Bill Brown Vanessa.Schnell@gmx.deLocation:|
|Thursday, 18. September 2008 16:32 Host: g227026028.adsl.alicedsl.de hello|
i´m searching for the person “Michael J. Dunn” from the helicopter company 129th.He was staying in Fürth.
In 1965 we were good friend till he must go to vietnam.
If you can help, contact me soon.thanks Bill
|216) Sp/4 Steve Aguilar firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 15. September 2008 14:49 IP: 71-9-124-243.dhcp.lnbh.ca.charter.com This is a continuation of the previous post, I am in contact with my fellow brothers from the 127th Fred Wood, Frankie Norton, Clifton Causey, Dennis Stanley, Tim (Little Hippy Roush), James Wright & LT. Dan Schneider, and Zennie (Pete) Peterson(793rd MP). Looking for brother Weems, Herman (Smitty) Smith, James (Flim Flam Man)Fleming, Nathaniel Gleaton, Dirty David Taylor(DDT) Tommy Cutler(TC), Michael Cypran, Brother Bradley, CPT Conway, 1st SGT Mixon, BT Fulmer, Battle, Owens (793rd) Jeff Raley, Kelly, Thear, Nellie Johnson, Sgt. Martin, 1st SGT Theagerge, Sgt. Jefferson, Sgt Sullivan, SGt King, Lt.Thompson, Sgt. King, Dellard (Gramps) Nicholas Joseph, Vroucher, Gully, Hartkopf, Sgt.Gray, Tony (TC)Campbell, Lt. Whitman, Hazelwood, Kenneth Wagner, Andy Boon “Goon”, Mark Chase, Sgt. Anthony Delbeato, Sam Butts,& Bivens and any other brothers and sisters from the 127th AG det Postal.|
|215) Sp/4 Steve Aguilar email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 7. September 2008 20:16 IP: 71-9-124-243.dhcp.lnbh.ca.charter.com SPC/4. Steve Aguilar:|
I was with the 127th AG Det (Postal)from Jan 1973, to Jan 1975. I also had many jobs including unloading bulk mail, sorting mail at Johnson Barracks which was the Base Post Office, working at the Furth exchange post office, I was very fond of being a courier, I also had the route from Nurnberg/Furth to Offenbach and Rhein Main, then back to Nurnberg, I also had the Amnberg Hohnefiels, Graffonweir, and Munich mail routes, it gave me an oportunity to see the country, we would change routes if you got tired of going to Frankfurt we would change to Munich, especially during Octoberfest, we also would stay with friends that worked at the BPO in Munich at the Mcgraw Kasern there billetts were apartments in the city. We would utilize 1st Trans drivers, sign a manifest check out a .45 and hit the road, drop off a load and pick up a load. Enjoyed the drive to Amberg & Hohnefiels as well along the river, especially in fall. We lived in Bldg. 41 but I also had apartment in Oberasbach, and later in Nurnburg. I hope to visit in 2008
|214) Robert Miller Aco793d@comcast.netLocation:|
|Tuesday, 2. September 2008 14:55 Host: c-67-160-253-81.hsd1.ca.comcast.net Is Sgt. Lynn B. Carl or Sandy Baumeier out there? E-mail me. MP 73-75Lynn B Carl:|
Lynn B Carl here!
email: lburrcarl at netscape.net
|213) SPC Lien Bischof firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Corpus Christi, TX
|Sunday, 31. August 2008 20:46 Host: cpe-70-120-211-166.stx.res.rr.com Hi! I was a Finance Specialist. Served for the 501st FSU in the Summer of 1987 to Summer of 1989. I hope someone remembers me. Please e-mail me.|
|212) HANK DODSON email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 31. August 2008 12:13 Host: adsl-67-127-190-172.dsl.pltn13.pacbell.net I like this one. Retired Army Msgt flys into France and is ask for his passport. Says he has none. Immigration says you must have a passport to enter France. Army Msgt says the last time I came here I didn’t need a passport. Immigration says that’s impossible. Army Msgt says. ” Back at Normandy, when we landed at Omaha beach there wasn’t a frenchman around to show our passport too. How soon they forget.James Urban:|
Hank, I find your comments on other people comment box can you E-mail me though regular E-mail (msn) Hotmail.com instead through the Nernberg guessbook so we can even call each other on the phone James Urban.
|211) Ted Dickerson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 19. August 2008 21:15 Host: c-98-235-126-194.hsd1.pa.comcast.net Hello all fellow Darby Dudes and Dudettes. I was with HHB 1/94th FA from 1982 to 1983. Used to drink at the Edelweiss. Had great friends Thia, Pitra, Uta and Ura. What a great time we had. Remember the Bowling Alley? When I was at Pinder from 77 to 80 We used to come over to Darby to bowl. Loved those beer frames and hot dogs. How bout the Chicago club?James Urban:|
I was asigned with c brty in 1980-1983 I was in commo section, but i worked at nato until june and finished the unit,I also bowled for c brty. I went to chicago club,Edelweiss,rosita’s and the ponderosa club I was one of the bouncer there german women were so much fun to party with. I miss the bier called Patrizer brau and the Calones next door to the chicago club.I hope to here from you. I live in Pueblo, Colorado.Ted Dickerson:
Yeah I remember that place next to the chicago club. I used to play the slots there a lot, drunk of course. Remember that place up by the edelwess that used to have all the chickens hanging in the window. I used to love Zirndorfer fest beir when I was at Pinder.Hank Dodson:
James Urban, maybe that is where I remember you, from 1983-86 I hung around the Ponderosa bar. I now live in Colo Springs.james urban New E-mail:
Hello ted, I’m being trying to get in touch with you, but this is my new E-mail adress Urnbanjamz6@yahoo.com
|210) Danny Lemaster email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 16. August 2008 22:35 Host: ppp004.cze.centurytel.net Just got back from Germaany, went to visit my In-Laws in Furth. I have several pictures of Darby then and now i will try and get them posted soon. I was with B 1/94th FA from 1984-86. If anyone remembers me give me a word on this site. Darby has changed so much since I left there and now a good friend of mine is living in an appartment were 1/94th HHQ was at and it is unbelievable what that building looks like now.Sam:|
Danny, I was in that same unit, the same time. I worked commo.
Tried to send you an email. Did not work.
|209) Ted Dickerson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 7. August 2008 06:29 IP: 188.8.131.52 Does anyone remember the Eidelweiss right down the street from Darby. I had some good friends there, Uta, Pitra. Tia,Urra. Does anyone know the whereabouts of Steve Noud? He was with HHB 1/94 in 1983. Gerhard Späth:|
yes i remember, the Edelweiss is still open, Chicago Club is closedTed Dickerson:
I know that this is a shot in the dark but does anyone know if Thia or her daughters Pitra Uta or Ura have anything to do with it anymorejames Urban:
Hello Ted can you E-mail me directly to my E-mail Urbanjamz6@yahoo.com and we can talk about the guys in HHB and C btry in the 94th
|208) Gerhard Späth email@example.comLocation:|
Zirndorf / Fuerth Germany
|Sunday, 3. August 2008 12:51 Host: g226137227.adsl.alicedsl.de Hi @ all, i was workin in Bldg#71 Warehouse RPMA Suply WK4FOT.|
From November 1988 – June 1992.
I was an Local National Employee.
It was a great time, and i miss it very much Also im searching for my buddy SFC Ronnie D. Edwards.
And Cruz if you read this, I did the paintjob on your car ( in light blue metallic) at Pinder Bks. You remember?Take care !Hank:
I don’t remember your name, and mine is not Cruz but some one painted a 1977 Olds for me in a light blue metallic at Pinder Bks back in about 1985 so before your time. turned out great. bought the car for $200, painted it and sold it for $1000. Loved those craft shops over there that were available.
|207) Pete Kilgore firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
King William co. Va.
|Sunday, 13. July 2008 10:51 IP: 192.sub-75-196-72.myvzw.com 1/94 Field Arty 73-78 Sending a big hello to the GANG. If you check the site hollar back.|
I was assigned to hq 1stbn 94thF.A.1976-1979with commo section, then nato. I left for ft. Carson with the 1stbn. 10th inf. after 11 months i came back to the 94th. to c btry and went back to nato and finished my tour in july of 1983. I,m looking for two commo rats named sp4 robert townsend. sp4 michael Hernandez. both of them were in Hq btry.James Urban:
My New E-mail is Urbanjamz57@yahoo.com Lost all my Contacts do the mail locked me out of my account, so had to make a new one
|206) HANK DODSON email@example.comLocation:|
Colorado Springs, Colorado
|Wednesday, 2. July 2008 07:59 Host: c-75-70-47-117.hsd1.co.comcast.net Web Master, just want you to know how much all of us out here in the Land of the Big PXs appreciate the time you spend keeping this Web site up, cleaned up and spit and polished, for us Old Soldiers to share memories of the past. Your work does not go unnoticed. Thanks a Million|
Hank, I certainly agree with your comment; I 2nd it & I know there are many others who feel this way & enjoy the web site.Hank:
The 95th QM Hq was a great place to work on Darby. Always good to hear from you Alvin.Pierce:
Thanks a lot guys. I try. Sometimes I get behind but I usually get caught up sooner or later. A lot of the time it’s later. I guess it’s better late than never.
|205) JOHN SCHOONMAKER JRSCHOONIE@YAHOO.COMLocation:|
|Monday, 30. June 2008 17:11 Host: c-76-106-30-106.hsd1.md.comcast.net I WAS ASSIGNED TO 1/94TH FROM FEB 67-FEB 69. DURING THAT TIME I WAS “C”BTY XO UNDER CPT. ZITZ, THAN “A”BTY CO,BN S-3 , BN XO UNDER LTC WILLIAM DUFFY. I AM LOOKING FOR REX HEARD AND BRIAN J. MULLIGAN. CAN YOU HELP?|
|204) Kenneth H. Gregory firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 29. June 2008 09:07 Host: gw-hoto.vodatel.hr My father was the 1st SGT for HHC 74 MAINT at Darby and my mother worked for the NAHS Superintendants Office on Darby in FS from 1972 to 1975. I attended school in Nurnberg from 6th through 8th grade. Would love to hear from anyone in Furth at this time.|
|203) Ted Dickerson email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 23. June 2008 19:31 Host: c-68-32-143-95.hsd1.pa.comcast.net Anyone from HHB 1/94th FA around 1982-1983? I was sent back to Germany for my 2nd tour ( 1st was 6/14th FA in Zirndorf Pinder Barracks ). I only had 1 year to go so I made my last trip to Germany. Made a lot of good friends there both GI and Rads. Used to spend most of my time at the Gesttate Edelweiss. Anyone remember that place 1 block from Darby that used to have all the Chickens hanging in the window. I used to love their Curry wurst. How about the Walter shop. Does anyone remember Pitra or Uta from the edelweiss. I am also looking for an old friend Steve Noud. Great reminising with you all. Take care and live life to the fullest James Urban:|
I was in c brty, I think I remember pitra, but i don’t remember uta? Do you remember the pondarosa club? Do remember when i gotten cut and stabbed? If you know where i gooen cut and stabbed then you will remember me! Hope to here from you soon!!!james urban New E-mail:
Ted, this is my E-mail adress Urbanjamz6@yahoo.com being trying to get in touch with you
|202) Ted Dickerson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 22. June 2008 19:50 Host: c-68-32-143-95.hsd1.pa.comcast.net Hi all I was with HHB 1/94th FA from 1982 to 1983. I used to hang at the Edelweiss but found myself in the Chicago club a lot. James Urban:|
Ted, this is James Urban from the C btry, I was in commo section, but I was at nato 23 for sometime,I partyed at Edelweiss, chicago Club,Rosita’s, You can E-mail me at the same one on the web hope to hear from you!!james urban New E-mail:
Ted, this is my new E-mail adress Urbanjamz6@yahoo.com, Hope to hear from you soon!!
|201) Vincent Jones email@example.comLocation:|
Hirschau, OPf. near Amberg
|Thursday, 19. June 2008 16:04 Host: p549262CB.dip.t-dialin.net After the fact: I was working for ITT Federal Services Int’l Corp at the communications tower on W. O. Darby Kaserne (1998-2001). Although I was never stationed in the Nürnberg area, I could still sense what was once a great military community by the scenery and the comments of former soldiers who live in Fürth/Nürnberg area. I was stationed in Bad Kreuznach and never got a chance to visit the Nürnberg Miltary Community while it was still active. Damn!!!|
|200) Richard Ruiz RR1515@AOL.comLocation:|
|Friday, 13. June 2008 20:35 Host: cache-ntc-ab02.proxy.aol.com Ran across this site and what a treat. I was stationed at Darby with the 793rd MP Bn from 1966 to 1968. I will post some old pictures soon and hope to here from some old “street MP’s”|
|199) Jim Perrine firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 12. June 2008 16:50 Host: pool-72-69-76-142.chi01.dsl-w.verizon.net I was stationed there in 1970 with the 43rd mp detachment. Had many good times and played on the softball team. We had an excellent team and beat all comers. Bob Fischbach was our pitcher and was at the top of his game. There was an excellent bunch of GIs that played blues at the NCO club; wish I could remember what they called themselves. They sure were good. Also served with the 51 mp detachment (dachau) and 532 mp company (ft dix). Any old friends feel free to contact me.Sgt Smoke|
|198) SSG Ray S Horner email@example.comLocation:|
Baton Rouge , La .
|Sunday, 8. June 2008 16:23 IP: 184.108.40.206 I served with C/1/94th FA from May 1972 – June 1976 . Was a Gun Chief and Special Weapons Team Chief. Was the best 4 years i spent in the Army.Kevin Buss:|
I served in 1972 in C battery 1/94th FA maintenance section.
Spec 4 Kevin Buss
THIS IS SGT.ED BARTLES ( BIG BART) I REMEMBER YOU C 1/94 FA.1971 THRU 1973. ME AND RON OSWALT (OZ).
|197) Sandy Baumeier (Steffens) firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 5. June 2008 01:18 Host: c-67-183-0-117.hsd1.wa.comcast.net My dad was stationed there from 72 to 75. He was an MP.|
My brother and I went to NAHS.Sp/4 Steve Aguilar:
Who was your dad we were in the same billetts with the mp’s we were with the 127th AG det Postal
|196) Carl Turner email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 28. May 2008 08:51 Host: dns24b-ext.dfas.mil To all of my finance folks from November 1986 to November 1989. 501st Finance, William O’Darby Kaserne. The best assignment ever in Europe. Post your comments and keep in touch. I’m here at Indy working for DFAS-IN. Life is good. Stay in touch.CarlSam:|
Carl, do you remember a SPC Jennifer Boesche> She got married to a guy named Jeff Kurts.
I was stationed in B Bty, 1/94th FA from 1985 to 1986, then went to Pinder Barracks.
|195) Melanie firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Dexter, New Yrok
|Monday, 26. May 2008 14:38 Host: cpe-74-79-4-103.twcny.res.rr.com Hi everyone,i am looking for anyone who has Information on James Leroy Rodger who was stationed at W.O.Darby between 1954 and 1956. He was from LA and his Uncle owened a large Gas Station on the Highway. If you can help or have any Info pleeeeeeeeeeese write. Thank you|
|194) Henry Thome email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 23. May 2008 17:16 Host: ip68-3-47-242.ph.ph.cox.net I was stationed at Darby from March or so of ’64 through August of ’66. I worked in the Special Services office with Bob Meadows (civilian drector), Bill Nua and Capt. Freddie Gee. I lived in Headquarters Company barracks. One guy I remember and have always wondered what became of him was Bill Sollers. Myself and Jim Yester (he was stationed at Illesheim and became part of The Association when he got out) had a singing duo: “Jim and Henry”, catchy, eh? After he rotated I hooked up with a couple other guys (Dan Bellack, lived at Darby but was the postmaster at Herzo and Don Johnson, stationed at Herzo) we did a lot of shows in the Service Clubs in that area and did a few things on AFN Nurnberg. We still stay is touch. Great times for sure!!!Glad I found this site! Thanks!!!|
|193) Kelly Kremer firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 21. May 2008 10:56 Host: tms-desktop28.arc.nasa.gov My husband, RC Kremer, was stationed at Darby Kaserne from 1986-1993, he was with the 793rd MP Co. I worked at the Fürth Commissary from 1986 – 1993. I am looking for Mike Speelman or Duane and Judy Sanford. Anybody out there can help me it would be greatly appreciated. We went back to Fürth in September of 2005 and nothing is the same. There is no Darby Kaserne!! The building have been turned into lavish apartments, the gym is now full of little booths selling anything from clothes to beer and wine. Lots of food vendors. It is amazing what a transformation the city of Fürth have done! It is also very sad, we had a lot of good times there and will forever remember the people from there. Kelly Kremer:|
Sorry I meant 615th MP Co not 793rd!! Too many different units!HANK:
You wern’t far off. The 615 MP Co was part of the 793rd MP Battalion. Played them often at the Battalion level in sports. We always let them win because we didn’t want any DRs at the 95th QM Battalion.
|192) Patrick Sahota email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 18. May 2008 21:16 Host: ppp-71-128-108-121.dsl.scrm01.pacbell.net Stationed @ Darby 86-88. 615 M.P. c.o. Jason Weicht:|
good to see you logged in. I got that pic of the Toga party out the other day. had to laugh. Remember the CSM pulling in drunk and hitting the sign when the building caught fire?
|191) Bill Coke firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 16. May 2008 11:13 Host: ws90-38.campbell.army.mil Would love to hear from former Soldiers at Nuernberg and other friends. Been a long time (1987 to 1990). Would like to get in contact with Carolyn Parker and Karl Knoblauch if anyone knows how to contact them.|
Bill Steve Jarvis:
I didn’t know you well, but I do remember you. I was the Provost Marshal from ’90-’92, then followed Karl as the 793rd MP BN XO until ’93. I caught up with Karl in the Pentagon, then I left for an ROTC job in AZ. Karl did very well, became a BN CDR, made 0-6, and is retired (I believe) in Northern Virginia. He was in the Pentagon (DCSPER) on 9-11 and thankfully was unhurt but knew many of the casualties. Hope you receive this – your message is old but I thought I’d give it a shot.
|190) Tollie Ross email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 16. May 2008 09:47 IP: 220.127.116.11 I was stationed at William O. Darby Kaserne from 1957 to 1959 with the 14th FDS.Bob McEvoy:|
Tollie….in ’52 to ’54 the 14th finance was billeted in the same bldg #41 as we were ..the 27 th base post office.Bobmac [firstname.lastname@example.org] I recall a little bar across the street called “ma’s”.I left the light on for you.
|189) Ken Scott email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 15. May 2008 08:48 Host: grogans.winent.net I was stationed in Nurnberg 91-94 at the hospital and lived down from the kasern in the housing area. Has that been torn down as well??What about the shoppette on the corner??Chuck Wallis:|
The housing was renovated and they added balconies.
The corner where the shoppette, the theater and the O-club was razed and a German shopping center put there.
|188) Monika Lukens firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 15. May 2008 01:49 IP: 18.104.22.168.cfl.res.rr.com Funny things one comes across during insomnia I was reading the Nuernberger Nachrichten when I found this site. I used to work there in the Housing Referral Office 1991-3, like so many young German girls I didn’t last long, got married, moved to the US, got divorced and I’m still here.|
I have nothing but good memories, hey, when you’re 21 all is good.Monika:
Gosh, I just made myself alot younger. Let me correct the year data; 1980-83
|187) David Bussler email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 2. May 2008 18:58 Host: pool-68-238-2-46.chi.dsl-w.verizon.net I was in the 42nd maint co, from 1974 to 1977. I was in the motor pool|
|186) HANK DODSON firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 24. April 2008 17:42 Host: c-75-70-197-122.hsd1.co.comcast.net ANOTHER GOOD SITE FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT WERE AT PINDER BARRACKS IN ZIRNDORF IS http://www.zirndorf.de/english/|
CHECK IT OUT.
|185) Reginald Wayne DeLoach email@example.comLocation:|
Estill, South Carolina
|Wednesday, 23. April 2008 14:33 IP: 22.214.171.124 I was stationed at Darby from February 1966 to September 1968.I was attached to 14th Finance in the Data Processing Department.I remember some of my co-workers and friends..Tom Miller, Ronald StJohn, John J Hennessey|
|184) Jeff DuMiller firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 19. April 2008 21:02 Host: c-24-60-164-180.hsd1.ma.comcast.net I am in contact with 8 Signal guys now.|
Looking to contact Dukart & Heckle (CA), Anderson (OK), Hanson (SD), Sorensen (PA), Lewis (MA), C. Wagner (“Tin Indian” – IL), Rupert (Drake) (CA), H. Acuna, T. O’Malley ( the artist -WV), Ernest ( the mortician – UT). Barber (TX), Capt. Freeland, CWO Gatchell, Lt. French & other 182 alumni from ‘68 & ‘69.
I may try to send some pix to the site later. 3 of 3
|183) Jeff DuMiller email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 19. April 2008 18:13 Host: c-24-60-164-180.hsd1.ma.comcast.net Favorite gasthaus was Ziggy’s, a block east of WODK on Balbierestrasse, owned by a Polish family named Deska, Ziggy & Moody. There was a vine covered area in front in summer. They served Gruner Bier. Ate Ta Ta’s ( raw meat and onions on bread) and snitzel mit prommes-frites. Wed. was rations night, so always ate at Ziggy’s. Played foosball – (Hanson was best). Only customers were Signal Plt. guys and comrade in those days. We’d buy a case of Gruner and put it on the floor under the table when we invited a rookie in for the first time. Ziggy opened just for us GI’s on Christmas Eve in ‘68. Also went to Martha’s gasthaus, served Humbser Bier. 2 of 3|
|182) Virginia Brown Johnson Location:|
St. Jacob, IL
|Saturday, 19. April 2008 16:51 IP: 126.96.36.199-dsl.stj.hometel.com 42nd Maintenance Co. – David Johnson from 1972 to 1975 – Crane operator and EVAC. Virginia Brown – DX office. I lived in one of the two the old BOQ buildings by the back lot – used to go through a hole in the fence and walk through the back lot to get to morning formation. Dave and I met at 42nd and got married in October, 1975 after we got out of the Army. Drank lots of Tucher beer and loved every minute of my time there. Wonderful people!|
|181) Jeff DuMiller firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 19. April 2008 16:14 Host: c-24-60-164-180.hsd1.ma.comcast.net Hallo comrades – Great site|
WODK, 182LEM Co., Signal Platoon, Jan 68 – Jan 70, NE corner ( Bldg. 88) between 14 Finance & 511 MI. One dollar = 4 DM back then. Remember spring & fall bier fests and summer auto race in Nbg. at the Stadion. Took Strassenbahn #21 to Nbg. Winter guard duty at Johnson Bks,’ 69 Monaco Grand Prix, Nice FR beautiful., Rudi the Red alert, watching the moon landing on Deutsche B&W TV. Half our vehicles were on Deadline. I think we won the ‘69 Flag football championship of USAREUR in fall. 1 of 3
|180) C.P. Location:|
|Friday, 18. April 2008 08:27 Host: dslb-088-065-118-194.pools.arcor-ip.net Hello,I´m searching for a person who was stationated at fürth. I only know the name and the time when he was there. His name ist edward angela and he was stationated in 1970. I hope someone of you remember him and can tell me a bit more about him.Thank you,|
|179) Gary Behymer email@example.comLocation:|
Colfax Washington State
|Friday, 11. April 2008 12:42 IP: 188.8.131.52 …continuing to search for former members of the 511th Military Intelligence Company, (WOD Kaserne, Fuerth, West Germany), for purpose of sharing stories through our email newsletter that goes out to more than 85 former members!|
|178) SFC STAN DRIGGERS Sautomo900@aol.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 9. April 2008 21:01 Host: cache-dtc-aa08.proxy.aol.com I was stationed in the 94th fa from Aug 76 until Sept 1981. “What a place” meeting wonderful friends and meaningful memories. I really would love to travel back and see it an have a flashback in time to compare. I have been very sick and don’t think that will ever happen and thats the reason we all have memories|
peace to all
Stan, I was in HHB in the 94th from 1976-79 with commo section. then i left for ft. carson then i came back to the 94th from180-83 in C btry, but most of my tour was at nato. hope to hear from you soon.james urban:
Stan I remember you I tried to e-mail you but it won’t go though I was in the 94th Here is my E-mail: Urban.firstname.lastname@example.org urban New E-mail:
Stan, this My new E-mail adress Urbanjamz6@yahoo.com. I’m being waiting to hear from you ? Hope that you are felling OK!
|177) TOM “BUCK” BREWER BUCKWOOD5@AOL.COMLocation:|
PLUMWOOD , OHIO
|Monday, 31. March 2008 22:36 Host: cache-dtc-aa08.proxy.aol.com 1ST TRANS COMPANY OCT. 1989 TO MAY 1992 . 1ST PLT. TRUCK 1-5 , BLEW SOME SMOKE .. BEST FRIENDS RICH LARSON , SEAN CALLAHAN AND BRUCE FOLTZ .. ROOM 125 .GOING DOWN TOWN NURNBERG WAS ALWAYS FUN .1ST TRUCK WAS THE BEST OF THE BEST IN GERMANY . LOTS OF HOURS ON THE ROAD .AND LITTLE SLEEP AND HARD WORK . WE MADE THE BEST OF IT . HELPING EACH OTHER OUT . WHAT FUN WE HAD COMES TO MIND MORE THEN ANYTHING ELSE .. THAT BROTHERHOOD STILL HOLDS STRONG TODAY AS IT DID BACK THEN!! CAN’T ASK MORE THEN THAT.. BUCK 1-5 James Brown brnjas48@aol:|
Tom, Jim Brown here, i was lst Trans dispatcher 1968-70 we had our lst reunion last year, would love to hear from you, i will let you know about next reunion this year. 304 599 5264 JIM
|176) Jeff&Cathi (Ramsey)Pfizenmaier Jeff@cwdiving.comLocation:|
San Diego, CA
|Sunday, 30. March 2008 17:12 IP: 184.108.40.206 I was in the 1st & 94th FA, B Battery -Survey Unit. Cathi was in 1st Trans. We were there ’76-’79. If you know us send an email. Almost 30 years later….james Urban:|
Jeff, do you remember me I am James Urban? I was in HHB 1/94th in the commo section with Robert townsend and michael Hernadez, mingo, larry martinez. i’m looking for townsend, and hernadez? hope to hear from you soon!!!!!james urban New E-mail:
Jeff, I being trying to get in touch with you my E-mail adress is Urbanjamz6@yahoo.com
|175) Danny Lemaster email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 29. March 2008 16:29 Host: ppp099.cze.centurytel.net I was stationed with Bravo 1st and 94th FA, between Jan 84 and Oct 86. I am looking ffor anyone from that battery during that time. Especially Ronald McMurtry (tree), Adam Dunn, John Rados (New York city slicker. I have tons of memories from my time at the animal house. I was the unit armorer for Bravo Battery when we deactivated the Battalion Cpt Neikirk was unit commander and 1st Sgt Bradshaw was our 1st Sargent. 1st Bradshaw kept my but out of trouble if anyone know him or where nhe is at tell him thanks from me.christine:|
was at darby from 84 to 86, remember the golden anchor?Mark Hagen:
I was in FDC, Sgt Skeens was my section chief.Paul Tracey “Trace”:
I remember those guys was there from 84 to 86 b battery
hung out with moose, locklear, dunleavy, sgt kurts.
|174) Michael Kaplon firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Staten Island, NY
|Saturday, 29. March 2008 00:08 Host: cache-dtc-aa08.proxy.aol.com I was stationed at William O’Darby Kaserne in 82-83, assigned to the 1st Platoon, 615th MP Co., 793rd MP BN. I’m looking for anyone who was with the 615th MP Co. during that time that would like to talk about old times.|
|173) stu bledsoe email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 28. March 2008 14:11 Host: pool-72-69-187-15.chi01.dsl-w.verizon.net stationed with 793rd 1960-62 at darby A company good friend Jim Dill I used to go with army brat Bobbie whos dad was Colonel in charge of PX anybody know either please contact|
|172) Dan Bellack firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
San Carlos, CA
|Saturday, 22. March 2008 12:11 Host: c-67-188-0-140.hsd1.ca.comcast.net I was assigned to the 27th Base Post Office from February 1964 to August of 1965. I worked as a postal finance clerk at the base post office and also ran small units at Herzo Base and Bayreuth.Bob McEvoy:|
Dan; Am curious as to where the BPO was located when you were there.I was the nite registry dispatch clerk.’52-’54.WE were located in a wharehouse near the Furth train depot.Capt.Ives(your CO?) has posted on here. Bob McEvoy [email@example.com]
|171) Mike Crouse firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 20. March 2008 06:49 Host: adsl-211-44-114.asm.bellsouth.net WODK was my first duty assignment coming out of Basic/AIT. I was assigned to the 615th MP CO (as an MP) from 1988-1990. I then PCS’d to Fort Benning, GA stayed there two years, and since I missed Germany so much, I re-enlisted for Germany again, but was assigned to Baumholder in 1992. When I made a trip to Nurnberg/Furth; alot had changed in the 2 yrs I was gone. I can only imagine what Furth and Nurnberg looks like now.Hank Dodson:|
You do not have to imagine. Look up Nurnberg Military community and look at all they have done to the old kasernes
|170) NELSON PEREZ email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 19. March 2008 13:23 Host: pool-72-68-2-70.nwrknj.east.verizon.net trying to find any pictures of the MP|
unit i belong to in 1964-65.
77th MP detachment confinement facillities at furth.Jim Perrine:
I was stationed there in 1970. It was then called the 43rd M.P. Detachment confinement facility.Jim Perrine:
The 77th mp detachment was not stationed at furth. It was stationed at Mannheim and in charge of the stockade there.
|169) Jason Weicht firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 2. March 2008 02:38 Host: gw.dpscs.state.md.us 615th MP Company 86-89Hoxie:|
1986-1989 3rd plt 615th MP
|168) Dean L. Hendrikson email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 21. February 2008 18:32 IP: 220.127.116.11 240th S&S from 73-75 Worked in “the Generator Shop” at Johnson Barracks With good ol Sgt. Ray. Then they moved the motor pool out there with Sgt. Countryman. Anyone remember any of this?|
|167) Danny Threatt firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 16. February 2008 21:04 IP: 104-148.175-24.bham.res.rr.com Hi everyone|
my name is Danny Threatt
but while at 240th every one call me (threat)or (treat)because they couldn’t say my last name
I’m searching for members that was station at W.O.Darby Kaserne Germany in the 240th S&S Company from 1980-1983
I was in the (P.O.L.Platoon)I worked at the tank farm out at Feucht,when i worked at feucht i worked in the office with a german lady and her name was MRS Rice and there was a german man that worked at the warehouse at the tank farm I don’t remember his name he was over the warehouse.
when i first gotten to 240thS&S Company the platoon Sgt was S.F.C Jerkens
Also there was a Sgt name Melvin Walker
who worked at Johnson Barracks in the warehouse.
When i was there the First Sgt was first sgt fleek
and the Company Comander was CAPT Calvin Russell I would like to find someone that was in the unit from 1980-1983
Takecare and hope to hear back from someone soon
Better known as (threat)or (treat)christine:
fleek was still there when I got there in may 84, but just was never happy, I guess he missed his airborne days.
|166) manuela email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 16. February 2008 14:55 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you all very much in advance!!!
|165) Gordy Thomas email@example.comLocation:|
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
|Tuesday, 12. February 2008 17:01 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!”|
|164) margaret a justice firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 11. February 2008 02:44 Host: c-76-25-137-194.hsd1.co.comcast.net hi my dad was stationed in nurnburg from 65-68.he was a chaplin at william o darby kasern.i went to nahs and lived in military housing at furth-dambach. would love to hear from anyone who remembers my dad- chaplain willard m. justice or if you were there in that time period.|
|163) Mike Newton email@example.comLocation:|
New Haven, Kentucky
|Monday, 4. February 2008 17:21 IP: 18.104.22.168 I was in Willian O. Darby between March 72 thru March 75 with the Post Engineers, there were only about seven of us. I was looking for Rex Jenkins married Elizabeth a German National, he worked out of Monteith Barracks. He was from (LA) Lower Alambama.|
|162) Paul Shook firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 26. January 2008 14:56 Host: c-66-41-131-181.hsd1.mn.comcast.net Army brat – was there from 1963-1967, Best years of my life. My dad was in the US Army for 32 years. plan on going back. I understand that the housing for military familys has been upgraded and now are apartments for German citizens. Lived on Thomas Mann Strause.|
|161) Scott Rich/Bucknam email@example.comLocation:|
Junction City KS
|Saturday, 12. January 2008 18:18 Host: ip68-103-188-187.ks.ok.cox.net Jim, thanks for the pics. Others stationed with my step-father included George Stacey, Butch Briggs, “Steve” Stephens, Bill Gertz. We lived in quarters across from NAHS at 44 John F. Kennedy Strasse. I went to NAHS as did my older brother, Ron Rich. My younger brother, Mark was in elementary school. I remember that the school had a dental clinic. We used to walk to WODK and go to the snack bar. I enjoyed walking around Fuerth…I only wish I had a camera then. Anyone who remembers these people, give me a shout.Jim Perrine:|
Rich, I served with Bill Gertz in the 532 mp co at fort dix n.j. and at Dachau. He was from Portland, Oregon. He was a good man to have your back. He never ran like some would do. There is a Randy Frye in Iola, Wisconsin that is the right age. Don’t know if it is the right one. Go to whitepages.com. I have used it to track down a lot of people. I also spent a lot of time in the snack bar. Many of my meals came from their, the rod and gun club or Alfonsos.
|160) Sabrina SabrinaBraun23@web.deLocation:|
|Monday, 7. January 2008 14:48 Host: BAEcb2b.bae.pppool.de Hey my Name is Sabrina and i am Searching my Dad.This Name is Vincent Ramos he was Soldier of the US Army and he was in the William O`Darby Kasserne ca. 1982. Know sumbody he`s Name or ken your help me to find him.THX for Healping|
Sabrina, I just checked, there are 55 Vincent Ramos in the United States. Good luck, Sorry,
|159) James Ridge firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 4. January 2008 15:53 Host: host-33-70-111-24.midco.net I was at W.O.Darby in the 1/94th from ’72 to ’74|
I was in commo and was a switchboard opperator,Field wireman and Radio opperator
also worked for a time as the motor pools PLL Clerk.My POV was a 1964 Chevy Impala that I bought from one of the guys in the motor pool.I was always on the shit list.
Does anyone remember me? LOL
|158) Drill Sergeant Richard Accardi Richard.email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 31. December 2007 16:43 IP: 12-202-251-15.client.mchsi.com I was stationed at darby kaserne in 1992-1995 with the 11th trans co. we moved to johnson barracks some time in 93 but still had to go to darby for everything else. if anyone was there at this time please send a shout…|
|157) Tim “Lenny” Leonhard firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 31. December 2007 14:50 IP: 22.214.171.124 Hey guys whats up!! Hey it’s “Lenny”. Come on now lets get it straight. In 1972-1974 I went to Furth barracks in Germany I got kicked out for sassing the Co. (Hey Mr. Brown, Bob, Wishbone, Kenny, Larry whats up) I went to Montieye Barracks in Nurnburg for the remander of my time, I left there in August 1974 Terry, Gonzalo, Lt. JJ, hey come on now Let’s git er done.Commander Lenny|
|156) Tim “Lenny” Leonhard email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 31. December 2007 12:55 IP: 126.96.36.199 Hey you assholes whats up? Hey guys its “Lenny” Come on now lets get it straight. I went to Basic training in Ft. Leonard Wood Missouri in August 1971. I was in Echo 2-2. Come on Ned, come on Bollow! I forget the rest of you guys. Anyways I went to Helicopter School in Ft. Eustls from October 1971 to August 1972. Then I went to Furth barracks in Germany I got kicked out for sassing the CO. (Hey Mr. Brown, Bob, Wishbone, Kenny, Larry Whats up?) I went to Montieye Barracks in Nurnberg for the remander of my time. I left there in August 1974. Terry, Gonzalo, LT.JJ, Hey come on guys let’s git er done.Commander Lenny|
|155) John Henson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 27. December 2007 00:42 Host: coral.tci.com Was attached to the 240th S&S company from 1976-1979. Worked with the POL platoon at Feucht then Hohenfels. I have lots of memories of W.O. Darby and surrounding area. We hauled lots of fuel and supplies around the area. Some Buddies I remember: Rookie, Stonerock, Dollohite, Ralph Critelli, Mantooth, Jerry Stodgel (AWOL). In 1982 all my pics were destroyed in a fire…if anyone has pictures I would appreciate copies.|
|154) Harold Daniel email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 23. December 2007 13:11 Host: ip72-195-182-184.mc.at.cox.net I was station at Johnson Barracks from 1960 to 1963 HQ&HQ co 24th combat ENG. I was assigned to S/4 and lived at W.O. Darby. But i forget what BLD. I know the main st. was right out side our bld. I remember the Stockade close to the gate 3 of my friends were in there. and a theater close by, I think on the way to Johnson Barracks. I also remember a beer drinking place right close to out bld and throught a hole in the fence. ha That was a long time ago. I have some pictures I took back then, I will try to up load them. Good old field days ha. I will never forget winter shield II.Hank Dodson:|
Looking forward to your pictures. I was there 61-63 so we overlapped quite a bit. 95th QM had maint shops on Johnson Bks. The theater would be close to the main gate, nearthe High School, on the way to Johnson Bks. If you haven’t been back, it sure has changed.
|153) HANK DODSON firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 19. December 2007 14:23 Host: c-75-70-197-122.hsd1.co.comcast.net Checking if this is working before I type long entry.HANK DODSON:|
Now that it’s working just wanted to see if any one remembers the troop ships that took us to Germany. SIMON BUCKNER AND MAURICE ROSE were the two that I crossed on. 9 day luxury liners to Bremerhaven and back. Some memories. KP all the way over as a Private. One day the Chief of the galley said ok guys it is 5 minutes till 1 and you can go on deck till 2 pm and enjoy your selves. we no sooner got on deck and a voice came over the intercom, we are crossing an international date line, it is now 2 PM, KPs return to the galley. Such memories.Alvin Crispin:
Do I remember! I was not a big sea person. I remember feeling a little sea sick after hitting the English Channel & as I was walking down the stairs to the mess hall, I was getting this terrible food smell coming up from below & I saw these garbage cans below; UGH!Bob McEvoy:
Went over in’52 on the Stewart and returned in’54 on the Hinzelman.Stopped in Iceland to drop off flyboys.The North Sea makes the Atlantic feel like a pond.Really rough.HANK DODSON:
Ya, we couldn’t go on deck at night. The north Atlantic was so rough in 61 that we had to detour around Scottland and if you would have gone up on deck you would have been washed overboard. I didn’t get sick because working in the galley, KP, the old Chief had all the KPs eat first and I managed to not get sick. And the military train sitting on the dock along side the ship when we docked in Bremerhaven to take us to our duty stations. My first train ride to Furth. I was met at the train by a LTC, his driver, a SGM and a Cpt because they had received a twix that a new man was coming to the 95th QM Battalion HQ and I think they were disappointed to find it was a PVT, mechanic to work in the Motor Pool. IT was nice to have such a reception. Those were some of the best years in my life.James Urban:
I tried to get hold of you, maybe it’s easyer this way. E-mail me, I’m from pueblo. urban
|152) Gary Behymer GaryBalmota@colfax.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 24. November 2007 12:45 IP: 188.8.131.52 Searching for former members of the 511th MI Company for online reunion purposes: Roger Hansen, Bernard Biren, Leonard Meeks, Robert Masda, Dan Lafferty, Joseph Maddox, David Luckett, Tom Oglesby, Carl Fritz, Dave Neal, Patrick MacMillan, Stephen Dean, Bob Howerton, Johnnie St Clair, Bill Krieg, Norm Foster, Bob Canar, Mark Oliver, Carl Baugh, Chuck Mosley, Thomas Donovan, Ed Hall, Ed Mooney, John Debord, James Carroll Kelly, John C. Farrell, Valentine Orel, Ernie Reichrath, Joseph Giummo aka Joey Giummo, Jerry Seawright, Dennis McGowen, Dennis McGowan, Jim Thompson, Alfred Vincent, Jim Selby or was that James Shelby, Stan Siede, Donald Stankiewicz, Steve Lovings, Hubert Obermeier, “Bud” Mullins, Steve Kiss, Arturo Tijerina, Lowell Croce, Adam Henritzy, Dick Laferera, Jeff Wright, Charlie Myers, “Bud” Leatherwood, Ernie Garcia, “Deuce” Douglas, Carl Jordan, Buddy Parker, “Connie” Bougas, Dan Chrisman, Jon Fehr, Jim McMains, Rene Brown, Joe Kalie, John Lieber, Carl Fritz, Ray Lake, Joe Maddox, Horst Sperber, Richard Hanson, David Mix, Patricio Baca, Peter Horvath, Lee Dale, Christine Hannisch, David Heim, Ronald Katrenick, Ronald Katrenick and Dave Mackey.|
|151) Raymond Flynn Raymondf1946@YAHOO.COMLocation:|
vermilion, ohio 44089
|Tuesday, 13. November 2007 10:24 IP: 72-160-155-93.dyn.centurytel.net To all who served at 27th Base Post Office 1964-1966 when I left for Ft benning in June of 66, we were at O-darby Kaserne and we sorted the mail at the old warehouse building, are Co was Capt Ives.Alot off you were Tdy to our unit from other companys, and alot off you left to go to Ft benning to join the 199th Light Inf Bg heading to Vietnam. Some off the people at 27th, Tom TOOMBS, Shimko,SgtBest, SgtCarter Hugh von Peterburg. IF YOU READ THIS E-MAIL, WERE GETTING OLD AND DYING OFF.|
|150) Sandy Berry email@example.comLocation:|
L aw Center
|Thursday, 8. November 2007 16:54 Host: adsl-70-241-241-119.dsl.okcyok.swbell.net Checking in for period 1976 thre 1979|
|149) Brandon Conover firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 7. November 2007 17:38 Host: pool1246.hsc.unt.edu I was also with the 240th s&s from 91-92. I had a great time while there. Company commander was a lost cause. I believed he got rifted and booted out for several reasons. I’m retired now after 23 years of active duty and reserve duty.|
|148) Edna Marie Jackson email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 2. November 2007 15:59 Host: adsl-sp3-cdale97.micgi.com I was with the 240th S & S Company from 1983 to 1986SP/4 Steve Sutton:|
I was in AK platoon. I got there in Mar 86. I may have just missed you. I was with Sgt Terry Deathrage in the lumberyard.
|147) Bill Brown Vanessa.Schnell@gmx.deLocation:|
|Wednesday, 24. October 2007 11:26 Host: e179058219.adsl.alicedsl.de hello|
i´m searching for a person from the helicopter company 129th.
In 1965 we were good friend till he must go to vietnam.
If you can help, contacted me.thanks Bill
|146) Jerry Cox firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Fuerth / Germany
|Sunday, 21. October 2007 13:59 Host: p5B0BA8C5.dip0.t-ipconnect.de 126 MT BTN Co.E 1966-1968|
|145) sp-4 Robert W. Cannon email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 18. October 2007 18:37 Host: pool-141-153-222-11.mad.east.verizon.net Heel.o fellow MPs I was stationed in Germany,from 1958-60.home detached in co.b 793 MP GRAF. and hof. tdy in Nurnberg O,Darby kas. and Heilbron. have some good memories. nice to see thias page. bob.c|
|144) Boykin Maurice Canty firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Camp Virginia Kuwait
|Friday, 12. October 2007 06:57 Host: CE-TEC.KUWAIT.NET I graduated from Nurnberg American Highschool In 88, and was just checking old memories and Places.|
|143) James J. Brown email@example.comLocation:|
Cain Street, Morgantown WV 265
|Monday, 8. October 2007 16:02 Host: cache-mtc-ab16.proxy.aol.com I was stationed W.O.D.K. 1968-1970 with the 1st Transportation Company as Company Dispatcher. i am looking for guys that were stationed at 1st Truck, we just had our first reunion this past weekend, please contact me with your address and phone #, we plan to have another next year. 304 599 5264. Would love to hear from any of you for 1st Trans|
|142) kate firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 5. October 2007 06:15 Host: dslb-088-066-195-209.pools.arcor-ip.net !PLAESE HELP ME!I SEARCH FOR A MEN,|
HIS NAME IS MICHAEL J. DUNN.In 1964-65 he was stationated in FÜRTH as a helicopter pilot.thanks for help…katemy e-mail: info@biechl-wohnbau.
|141) Ambrosio de la Garza email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 30. September 2007 15:35 IP: 184.108.40.206 I was stationed with the 793 MP Battalion in Furth, from 1966 through 1968. I would like to hear from anyone that was there at the same time and maybe walked the same sidewalks as I did at that time. R.OGER ENGLAND:|
Hey Butch check your E-MAILS.
|140) Scott Martineau firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 26. September 2007 14:46 Host: loki.casella.com I was stationed with the 193rd MP co from 1991-1993.Matthew Viera:|
Do you remember Steve Saunders?
|139) Robert L. Strickland, AVCM ret email@example.comLocation:|
Va. Beach, Va 23452
|Tuesday, 18. September 2007 16:09 Host: h-66-167-237-170.mclnva23.dynamic.covad.net Looking for anyone in 3808 Sig Svc @ w.o. Darby Kaserne from 1960 thru 1963.|
|138) Ken Harmon firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 14. September 2007 11:48 Host: host251-10.discord.birch.net I was stationed in Karlsruhe but was TDY for 6 months in Fürth at Darby Kaserne while we built an Army dental clinic. We stayed in an Air Defense Artillery barracks while there. I was the backhoe operator on the project. I was wondering if anyone had pictures with the dental clinic in them. The dental clinic was a metal building. It was built in 1980. I never got to see the finished project. We drank way too many Tucher beers one night and thought it would be funny to toss a couch out of a top floor window of the barracks. Not so funny..we got booted out of Nurnberg and sent back to our unit in Karlsruhe…|
|137) David Mayo email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 10. September 2007 17:15 Host: ppp-69-218-217-155.dsl.wotnoh.ameritech.net any one out there remember psychotic dave,the drinker?1989.lived with t-bone and john stumpner.|
|136) Heather Alling firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 9. September 2007 22:22 Host: c-24-17-122-22.hsd1.mn.comcast.net I was stationed with the 317th maintenance in 1991-1993.|
|135) Darion Andres email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 22. August 2007 14:23 Host: host-a.centurytel.com I was stationed with 45th Maint and 317 Th WolfPack from 1986 to 1989.WomanGirl:|
I like This site!
I like This site!
|134) willie c. turner firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 18. August 2007 09:11 Host: cpe-071-068-194-211.sc.res.rr.com served at darby from april 1984 until april 1986 at 42nd maint. later 75th gen. supply co..like to her from old freinds.Lorenzo r. STRICKLAND:|
Got to 42nd in Oct85. 1st sgt Buchanan was the TOP. Remember these people?? Sgt Spann, Gman,Dodirty,and Don King
|133) Walter email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 13. August 2007 16:26 Host: p5798FEEF.dip.t-dialin.net Hi there,|
anyone here who served (or possiply serves) with Spc Richard (Rick)L Teske / 223rd MtCo. between ´93/´94? He lived in the first building at gate 6, 2nd floor.
Met him first at a field excercice at the Tennelohe Training Area and a lot more times in the Darby. Was a cheerful guy, hope to find out how he´s doing…And to the Vets: Yes, Darby has changed… Sadly, in my opinion, not in all positive ways…
I miss the US Soldiers here in Fuerth, thy had manners and showed respect, those who live there now, lack those skills!Regards,
|132) raymond hayes firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 24. July 2007 22:02 Host: S0106001111900c35.cg.shawcable.net does anyone remember the 32nd Army Band playing there in 1952 in building # 41?you may have handeled their mail also.they were also known as the 7765rmy band.i think they were mostly a black band,i’m not sure.i only have a few pictures of my dads fellow band members|
|131) Derrill young email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 15. July 2007 18:23 Host: user-0c8hbgi.cable.mindspring.com Was assigned to the 7808 QM Co with a short stint with the 561st Qm Co from 1958 to 1960. Was 17 years old and everything was exciting to me. Retired from the Army in 1981. Still think about those times at Tony’s bar and Rosie’s bar, legally drinking the best beer in the world.|
|130) Mike Glass firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Oklahoma City, Ok.
|Wednesday, 27. June 2007 21:59 Host: dialup-220.127.116.11.Dial1.StLouis1.Level3.net Was stationed at W.O.Darby from 77 to 79|
42nd. Maint.co. Built Jeep trannies and duece and a half transfere cases. Also ran the engine dynomometer. Would like to hear from any old friends.Bruce Kelley (Wisconsin):
also stationed at 42nd Maint. from 78 to 82 email@example.com
|129) Edward Bentlyewski firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 24. June 2007 15:40 Host: ool-43523ef6.dyn.optonline.net I served with the 42 Med.Co. 1971-73 would like to hear from anyone their at that time|
|128) JAMES ZYCHIEWICZ email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 19. June 2007 09:28 IP: 18.104.22.168 ANYONE FROM HHC 95TH S&S BN FROM 1967-1969. LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU.dennis:|
hope you got my email. I sure pulled a lot of kp when you was cooking. would be glad to hear back from you. dennisdennis:
hope you got my email. I sure pulled a lot of kp when you was cooking. would be glad to hear back from you. dennisdennis:
hope you got my email. I sure pulled a lot of kp when you was cooking. would be glad to hear back from you. dennis
|127) Teri Curry (Lyons) Location:|
|Saturday, 16. June 2007 19:19 Host: http://www.bluecoat1.anad.army.mil I was stationed at William O Darby from 1978 to 1982. I was a tower rat and worked at the Nato site.James Urban:|
teri, Maybe you don’t remember me I worked nato also during that time I was a C.A there!! reemeber Sgt dupree the had a yellow small car that ran on mogas? hope to hear from you. and i was stationed with the 94th F.A.james urban New E-mail:
curry, I was a C.A. My E-mail adress is Urbanjamz6@yahoo.comjames urban New E-mail:
curry, I was a C.A. My E-mail adress is Urbanjamz6@yahoo.comBlake Patterson:
Tower Rat myself 78-82 and still have the tattoo on my forearm. Drove a BMW 1600 for a time. Hung out in Chicago club across from the barracks. dated Marianna (tall blonde thin and was about 35 yrs old then)
|126) Ginger Sizemore firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 4. June 2007 16:41 Host: cpe-069-134-238-044.nc.res.rr.com I was a high school student. I graduated from NAHS in 1991. My dad was Tom Sizemore, he was the Deputy Director of Engineering and Housing. I lived in Dambach. I have a sister named Patti and my mother’s name is Vicki. I’m looking to get in touch with old friends. Feel free to drop a line or two, even if it’s just to say hello.Bill Coke MAJ (R):|
HI Ginger! Don’t know if you will see this or not. I constantly stay in touch with yur Dad. One of my best friends! A great guy! I remember you.
Bill Coke MAJ (RET)Chuck Wallis:
I remember your Dad, worked with him on occassion.
I ran the German/American Fests we had in the area.
|125) Harry Fristoe email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 3. June 2007 13:52 Host: r74-193-247-14.rstncmta01.rstnla.by.dh.suddenlink.net I was stationed at W. O Darby with the lst Bn 94th Field Artillery 71 – 74. Chucker:|
Hey Harry, Glad that you are alive and kicking. I thought that all that wiskey would have taken its toll on you, not to mention the pepsi and candy bars have you heard from anybody? Take care, Col. C. Anderson
|124) Blaine L Evinger BlaineE@aol.comLocation:|
Hood River, OR
|Sunday, 20. May 2007 00:15 IP: 22.214.171.124 Was at “the Darb” from late 1970 to March 1971. The 42d HEM Co swapped barracks with the 182d LEM when they moved to Merrill Barracks across town.|
|123) Ted R Archambault firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 19. May 2007 17:15 Host: c-67-171-56-28.hsd1.wa.comcast.net Made it to Nurnberg and Furth area from 5/10/07 until 5/18/07. Went to see the old haunts at what used to be Darby. Sure has changed since I left in 1964. Most changes are for the better, but they left this old soldier with a bit of depression as to how fast time goes by. Still enjoyed the look arround for one last time.|
|122) Ron Hofmann Hofbrau321@yahoo.comLocation:|
|Monday, 7. May 2007 09:59 IP: 71-90-97-131.dhcp.aldl.mi.charter.com I paid a visit to my Grandmother who lived in Furth accross from The Darby base-I was 11 years old and from Chicago IL at the time-I can remember a PX and a movie theater I went to with my German cousin Helmuth.I also remember lots of GI`s drinking beer in a pub in front of where my G-Ma Lived–I spent 2 months(july and Aug 1953) in Germany in Furth on Flassau Strase.It was a great time and I also remember going to a swimming place on a river there-Does anyone remember these places ?Bobmac1@sbcglobal.net:|
I was there at Darby from 9-52 to 2-54.I definitely rember the PX[shopping center] and the theater. The pub that I remember was across from bldg#41 and the GYO [German Youth Orig] bldg.We called it Ma’s.Sorry to say I forgot the name of the street & most everything else.Eddie:
I was over in Fürth during the month of April for a visit. The place doesn’t look anywhere near what it used too. Every time the wife and I go over to visit her relatives in the Bamberg area, we always hit the Nürnberg area at least half a dozen times while there.
This year we made it to the Easter Market a couple of times downtown Nürnberg and also made it to the Volksfest out by Merrell Barracks.
Always enjoy our time over there. The wife really looks foward to it every year.
|121) Dave Lowndes, SMSgt USAF Ret email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 3. May 2007 08:34 IP: 158-147-194-90.harris.com Station at W.O.D.K. from ’62 to ’64 as part of the 3808 Sig Svc Det.Great times, great fun and great food.Anyone out there from the 3808 during that period. Looking for R. Petrie or Peter Muta. Robert L. Strickland, Va:|
I was a Sp-5 attached to 3808 sig svc from Dec 1960 thru Nov 1962. Then transferred to Munich 3808 Sig Svc until Nov of 1964. I remember Petrie but don’t know how to contact him. Frau Kirchbach was the secetary. I think Franz Dumhardt was the senior German tech. I ran around with Sp-3 Lehman Sanders. Oh yeah, not to forget Sgt. Harold T. Brumbaugh and all the rest whose names I can’t recall.
I finally retired from the Navy in 1987. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
|120) Cindy Turner – Hanley email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 30. April 2007 09:37 Host: ipn36373-b06258.cidr.lightship.net My name is Daphanie, I was born July 10, 1980, I am looking for my biological father (Sgt Scott Todd) stationed in Furth Germany between 1979-1981. My mother’s name was Cindy Turner.|
|119) Ronald McGregor Location:|
1201 River Dr. Little Rock AR
|Wednesday, 25. April 2007 08:57 IP: 152-132-9-64.dal.net.va.gov I was stationed at William O Darby from 1968 to1969 I worked for the 27th base post office. I sure miss all the wonderful people I met there IF you remember me please drop me a line .I was in charge of the night shift. at 27 BPO then it was SGT. McGregor I hung out with Guy Benson, Rico EL Mongo James Lightfoot,Fulcher, Braggs,Larry Hancoxs. I stay at 1201 River DR. North Little Rock AR.72114 hope I here from youRobert McEvoy [Milwaukee:|
I was also on the nite shift at the 27th BPO 9-’52 to 2-’54. 2 of us dispatched all the registered mail.we were in a wharehouse in Furth near the r/r station.Cpt.Fowler was co. a Cpt.Ives a co from your time has posted on here & we exchanged a couple e-mails.Your only the 2nd one I met in 53 yrs from the BPO.My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org Regards BOBMACSPC 4 Steve Aguialr:
SPC 4. Steve Aguilar:
I also was with the 127th AG Det (Postal)from Jan 1973, to Jan 1975. I also had many jobs including unloading bulk mail, sorting mail at Johnson Barracks which was the Base Post Office, working at the Furth exchange post office, I was very fond of being a courier, I also had the route from Nurnberg/Furth to Offenbach and Rhein Main, then back to Nurnberg, I also had the Amnberg Hohnefiels, Graffonweir, and Munich mail routes, it gave me an oportunity to see the country, we would change routes if you got tired of going to Frankfurt we would change to Munich, especially during Octoberfest, we also would stay with friends that worked at the BPO in Munich at the Mcgraw Kasern there billetts were apartments in the city. We would utilize 1st Trans drivers, sign a manifest check out a .45 and hit the road, drop off a load and pick up a load. Enjoyed the drive to Amberg & Hohnefiels as well along the river, especially in fall. We lived in Bldg. 41 but I also had apartment in Oberasbach, and later in Nurnburg. I hope to visit in 2007
|118) Tom Shelton Location:|
|Wednesday, 18. April 2007 08:57 Host: gate15-norfolk.nmci.navy.mil 535th Signal Co, 69th Sig. Bn, 5th Sig. Command. Ansbach from 1976 to 1977, WODK from 1977 to 1980.Used to work at the Microwave radio site attached to the large tower with the big parabolic dishes mounted on them.Loved the German people and seemed to know where every beerfest was going to be. Also played with the local community theater (Stage 13) and would love to hear from any of those people.|
|117) Tony Davis email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 11. April 2007 19:35 Host: cpe-075-177-087-092.triad.res.rr.com I was with 317th Maint. from Jan 87 – Dec 88. Had a blast (18 yrs old with German beer WOW). Probably the best 2 years of my life. I would definitely like to hear from any of my friends who may come across the guestbook.Wolfpack No Slack!!!|
|116) gary torzewski -Ski Location:|
wausau wi. 54403
|Thursday, 5. April 2007 19:14 IP: 126.96.36.199 was in 501st finance co from 1976 to 1979. used to go to the chicago club with hooker miller, richard arvealo, and ybarra. remember monica and susie|
were quite a trip. that beer was the best.
|115) Adam Turnage III firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 28. March 2007 11:13 Host: m4407-bc.ftmeade.army.mil Hi! I was in the 14th from 73-75… under command of L.R. Wingate… recognized some names… saw Mick playing his geetar! Worked in control with Andy DeMarco… some of it was a blur… but I loved the experience! Saw Luciuc Crenshaw’s name on the roster, but no contact info… sure would like to contact him… well, hang in there guys!|
|114) Joe LaBargo MM5168@verizon.netLocation:|
Staten Island, NY
|Saturday, 24. March 2007 21:45 Host: pool-71-167-158-162.nycmny.fios.verizon.net Been here before, just doing some thinking. Was in Furth from 76-79, and was wondering how many remember these people and places?Cadillac Man- told all new GI’s he was their friend, then he ripped em off selling some junk clothes for a store he worked. Fat ol black guy, drove a caddy, where his name came from.Hung around by the shopping center.Sgt. Greene- ran the gym, another fat ol black guy, used to kid with him about certain sexual habits he had (and wouldn’t do).A funny fuck.Walter Shoppe- store near WOD that sold junk, owned by an old man and his wife.Abraham’s- pizza/sandwich place, next to Chicago club. Never figured out if it was the best pizza around or the worst. It was just convenient.Chicago club- what a dive, nuff said.Anything I missed?R Snider:|
You missed the Grun Laube best fun in Furth down the street from East Entrance.Lorenzo r. Strickland:
I guess everyone knew Cadillac,sadly though,he passed away two years ago.
|113) Sp4 Leon S. Larry email@example.comLocation:|
Maryland via Washington D.C.
|Sunday, 18. March 2007 08:55 Host: c-69-143-224-169.hsd1.md.comcast.net From July 1971 to January 1973 was apart of signal corp in Nurnberg Germany. I worked in this large metal vault which had no windows and to enter into the large vault you had to know the combination number – like a safe. I don’t remember all the particulars like company, unit ect but do have that information and will list it later. I live on the William O Darby Karserne in a recently renovated barracks on the fifth floor. Most of the personnel living on the other floors were Military Police. I recalled a friend get me a pair of stereo speakers when he couldn’t pay me back for money I had loan him. Because a lot of theft was going on where I lived I left my speakers with two miliary police I had met. I didn’t know them very well but because they were Police I figured the speakers would be safe. When I returned about two weeks later to retrieve my speakers – the two MP’s I had met had disappeared and so to did my stereo speakers. There were many funny events like that but the other have to do with smoking hash which wasn’t something the MP’s should have been engaged in.Jason:|
Hi, you probably arent going to believe this but, my dad was the one that stole your speakers…. I was born in nurnberg in 1973….my dad was a m.p who lives in the darby barracks. I have been told the story of the speakers.Sp/4 Steve Aguilar:
Who was your dad, I also lived in the barracks with the MP’s but we were in the postal unit 127th AG Det, I had many friends that were MP’s ask him If he knew Steve Aguilar in the postal unit. Thanks
|112) Ed Burford firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 15. March 2007 07:14 IP: 188.8.131.52 I was assigned to the 511th MI on Darby from October 76 to December 79. Great people, great times and even better memories. I lived in the housing area on Magizine Strasse, again wonderful memories.|
|111) Patrick R. McGrady email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 6. March 2007 18:02 Host: pool-70-108-106-95.res.east.verizon.net WODK 42nd Mt Co. 71st Maint Bn from Sept 1979 until Aug 1981. Worked at the motor pool under SSG Gary B. George Vietnam Vet of the 25th Inf Div, who was my first official supervisor in the military. He has retired as a Warrant Officer and is from Georgia. He took care of soldiers!!|
|110) Bill Coke (MAJ, RET) firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 28. February 2007 10:46 Host: ws13-6.campbell.army.mil Great site! Even found a couple of people I know. I was the installation coordinator at Darby from 1987 to 1990. Great times, great people both German and American!! We were very fortunate…good blend of civil servants both American and German (really super folks)and also military. I enjoyed the command group but I also enjoyed knowing the doers at the company levels I met from NCOs down. Drop a line. I would love to hear form anyone from that time.Diana O’Brien:|
I worked at the Civilian Personnel Office from 1976 to 1989 along with many German and US Civilians, I too miss Nuernberg Military Community but I now work in the Ansbach Military Community.
|109) tim shultz email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 27. February 2007 18:00 Host: dialup-184.108.40.206.Dial1.Chicago1.Level3.net I was in the 42nd maint co from nov 80 to nov 82, worked in comp 3 rebuild shop I would like to hear from any one who can remember mePatricia (Carr) Sneed:|
I was assigned to the 42nd at the same time, I used to get the scrap wood to use for heat in our German Apt. I met my husband over there, he was stationed at Katterbach. I can recall WO4 Saddler, I tended to make waves so I transfer to 156th Maint at Pinder Barracks.Tim Shultz:
Hi Pat I remember you well, you was our tool van person for a while In that gloomy shop we worked in .Remember Sgt Davis our shop leader?I think you had short redish blonde hair and sort of out spoken. I do not mean that in a bad way… Most of the guys we worked with were sort of crazy.. Email me sometime Tim
|108) Jim Hawkins firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 27. February 2007 12:05 Host: mail.av-techind.com Serve in the 182nd LEM June of ’69 to Sept. ’70. Was part of the group that moved the company to Nurenberg in the spring of ’70. Was also a member of the soccer team that played for the company.|
|107) Ted R Archambault email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 23. February 2007 22:54 Host: c-67-160-93-110.hsd1.wa.comcast.net I was stationed at Darby 1962-1964 with A Co 793rd. Worked in the Dining Facility. Really enjoted my time in Furth and Nurnburg. The love of my life is from Nurnburg and we have been married for over 43 years. We will be in the Furth/Nurnbyrg area in May and hope to see the sights and take some pictures.|
|106) Charles catlett firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 18. February 2007 19:20 IP: 63-226-193-99.tukw.qwest.net I had a great time !977 – 1978 the 240th S&S Co I have a lot of pics any one there during that time E-mail me.|
|105) Irma Delor@videotron.caLocation:|
|Thursday, 15. February 2007 19:39 Host: modemcable239.236-70-69.mc.videotron.ca Correction: I said 737 MP at the William O derby, it was 793 Mp.|
I Know a guy at the motorpol 1951.
|104) JERRY ANDERSON (ANDY) Location:|
CHERRY VALLEY CA.
|Thursday, 15. February 2007 17:10 Host: pool-71-177-17-219.lsanca.dsl-w.verizon.net I WAS STATIONED AT W.O. DARBY WITH THE 793RD M.P. BN FROM 1959 – 1962. MET A YOUNG LADY FROM NURNBERG WHO TOURED THE U. S. WITH ME WHEN I RETURNED STATE SIDE. STILL TALK WITH HER A COUPLE OF TIMES A WEEK. HATED TO LEAVE GERMANY. WOULD HAVE RE-UPED IF I COULD HAVE STAYED IN FURTH FOR THE NEXT 17 YEARS. MET JOHN BAREFOOT WHILE I WAS STATIONED THERE STILL TALK WITH HIM THREE OR FOUR TIMES A YEAR.R. Williams:|
you never gave an e-mail address to contact you with. i am trying to find an mp that served with Jim Dill in the time frame that you gave. he was stationed at Darby. did you know him?
|103) Irma email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 14. February 2007 20:34 Host: modemcable239.236-70-69.mc.videotron.ca I remember a few guys from the 27th Base Post office in 1957-8|
My girlfriend was married to Val Sievert, maybe somebody remembers.
Two sister used to go to Ma & Pa’s place ( Floesaustrasse.) they got married double wedding 1956. To two GJ’s.
|102) Irma firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 13. February 2007 21:25 Host: modemcable239.236-70-69.mc.videotron.ca Is anybody out there still alive who remembers the 737 military police at the William O darby Barraks.!952.|
I used to go out with a Guy from that outfit.
If there is let me know.Irma
|101) Gary Behymer GaryBalmota@colfax.comLocation:|
Colfax Washington State
|Friday, 9. February 2007 13:09 IP: 220.127.116.11 Searching for the likes of Roger Hansen, Bernard Biren, Leonard Meeks, Robert Masda, Dan Lafferty, David Atha, Clyde Rassio, Joseph Maddox, Frank Fishbaugh, Jerome Aman, Jerry Petievich (Found 1/14/07), David Luckett, Tom Oglesby, Carl Fritz, Dave Neal, Patrick MacMillan, Robert Benoit, Stephen Dean, Bob Howerton, Johnnie St Clair, Bill Krieg, Norm Foster, Bob Canar, Mark Olver, Carl Baugh, Rich Evans, Chuck Mosley, Thomas Donovan, Ed Hall, Ed Mooney, John Debord, James Carroll Kelly, Arthur Workman, John C. Farrell, Valentine Orel, Pierre Joly (Found 01/16/07), Ernie Reichrath, Joseph Giummo aka Joey Giummo and Mike Zapf…all former members of the 511th Military Intelligence Company.Mike Zapf, email@example.com:|
Gary, Rich Evans and Dave Merrit alerted me to your website. I see names that I haven’t thought about in years. I live in Northern Virginia, in a little town, Lovettsville, approx. 50 miles west of Washington, D.C.. My sons are grown and on their way, Michael, the oldest is an engineer with the Army Tank Automotive Research and Development Center in Warren, Michigan and Andrew is a 1st LT in the Army, currently stationed at Ft. Cambell, KY. Has anybody been able to locate Dave Mackey? He was a tall gangley kid that worked down in the basement of our office building shoveling coal for the furnace. He always emerged at the end of the day looking like he came out of the mines. When I left the 511th in December 1971 he was waiting for orders to Vietnam. I have not found his name on the lists of the lost from that war.
|100) Bill Krause firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 8. February 2007 16:04 IP: 172.17.21.120 I was at the 511th MI company at the Darby Kaserne from 1962 to 1964. It was an enjoyable time and I would like to know if anybody from that era at the 511th is still around. Our small compound was located at the corner of Leyher Strasse and Balbierer Strasse, separated from the main kaserne. The motorpool was run by a German man named Fleischmann, whom we called “the colonel,” because he seemed to run the whole place. There are still many memories stored up in my head about the fantastic bunch of guys who were there. I would like to hear from some of you before we are all called to our great reward. I love you all. Bill Krause|
|99) roger d jacques email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 6. February 2007 14:44 Host: cache-dtc-af09.proxy.aol.com From 1970 to later part of 1972|
My unit was 42HEM Co,303rd Maint,Bn
I need to know if I was at the William O
Darby kaseme. I also pulled guard for
the mp uniton the gates.Blailne Evinger:
I left the 42d HEM in March of 1971. I spent the last 9 months there in a leg cast due to ankle surgery. We must have passed in the halls at one time.
|98) James J. Brown firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Morgantown, West Virginia
|Monday, 5. February 2007 15:06 Host: cache-mtc-ac14.proxy.aol.com I was stationed at William O’Darby Kasern 1968-1970 with 1st Trans. Company as Company Dispatcher. Would love to hear from anyone stationed there at 1st Trans. Can’t say enough good about the place, best time of my life. Great bunch of guys i was stationed with.|
|97) Tommy poole email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 3. February 2007 06:48 Host: DSL3-53.progressivetel.com with 25th gen supply company Jan 1968-sept 1969.|
(entered wrong date earlier.)does anyone remember cunningham from Tenn and Billy gates Eddie Foraker.DENNIS CUNNINGHAM:
TOMMY I AM DENNIS CUNNINGHAM FROM TENN. I REMENBER BILLY GATES AND FORAKER. WERE YOU IN ROOM 213 ICALLED THE 8 BALL ROOM. COULDNT MAKE THAT ROOM LOOK GOOD.DENNIS CUNNINGHAM:
TOMMY I AM DENNIS CUNNINGHAM FROM TENN. I REMENBER BILLY GATES AND FORAKER. WERE YOU IN ROOM 213 ICALLED THE 8 BALL ROOM. COULDNT MAKE THAT ROOM LOOK GOOD.
|96) Tommy poole firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 2. February 2007 21:11 Host: DSL5-12.progressivetel.com was with the 25 gen supply company from oct 1968 to 24 sept 1969 worked as mechanic.|
promoted to sp/5 sept 69 as went to nam
now retired 19 year.great days on darby.
doe’s anyone has a picture of the 25th shoulder patch and crest those are the only one’s i dont have in my collection and cant remember what they looked liked.
also does anyone know of william (bill)calhoun he was a cook.
|95) Roy Langford email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 1. February 2007 22:43 IP: 69-179-100-207.dyn.centurytel.net 42nd Mt. Co. Disassembly Platoon 80 – 82|
|94) Robert Miller Aco793d@aol.comLocation:|
|Monday, 22. January 2007 01:09 Host: cache-ntc-ad02.proxy.aol.com MP from 73-75. Hello……anybody out there?Sgt. Lynn B Carl:|
I was an MP there from 1973 to 1975. I was a squad leader, and my squad was all over 6’6″ tall! Name I remember are SSGT Fugate. I forget the woman captain’s name.Mike Schachtschneider:
Hi, My name is Mike.I was stationed at the 793rd from 72-74. I also remember ssgt Fugate. He was the desk sgt for the 62nd mp det. same barracks as we were.
|93) Jim Berteau firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 19. January 2007 16:16 Host: ip-66-186-255-108.dynamic.eatel.net I served in Co A 793rd M.P. 1955-1957. Would like to hear from anyone who was there during that period.|
|92) Gary Beardmore email@example.comLocation:|
Prague, Czech Republic
|Wednesday, 17. January 2007 03:22 Host: prgdc011.dhl.com I was an Instrument Technician with 42nd Maintenance Company at WO Darby in ’73 and ’74. I loved Furth, Nurenburg, and Europe in general (thus my presence here today) and still visit Nurenburg regularly as it is just a couple hours drive from Prague. Great fun was had by all during that tour of duty, much to the dismay of the Army …|
|91) Robert Miller Aco793d@aol.comLocation:|
|Monday, 15. January 2007 01:08 Host: cache-ntc-ad02.proxy.aol.com A Co. 793d MP at Darby from 73-75. Couldn’t wait to get out at the time, but looking back….good times, good times!! Would like to go back and see some time. Need some Tucher beer and pomme frits. Any one visit “the wall”? Always had great shashlik?(kabobs) and half-chicken outside the gate. Seems like yesterday!Sgt Lynn B Carl:|
I liked Huimbser hell beer! Poms fritz were great, and nuremburger bratwurst. The wall! hahaha! Wow that was a place to see! There was one girl who was crazy about MP’s. Her working name was moonlite. Her real name was Elizebeth and she visited the states evry year.
|90) Renee Roggenkamp (Moore) firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 11. January 2007 02:09 Host: ppp-70-248-74-36.dsl.ksc2mo.swbell.net I am looking for anyone who served in Desert Storm with my Dad, Robert Moore. We lived in Furth from 1984 to 1991. please email me if that name rings a bell. Thanks SoDVeTePXCzl:|
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|89) Charles M. Rosiere Ret: MSG email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 3. January 2007 19:45 Host: cache-dtc-af09.proxy.aol.com I was stationed at william o’Darby in 1963-1966.My first unit was the 261st engr co.then we fell under the 2nd support command out of stuggart.We were change to the 182nd light equipment company.I left their in may of 1966 headed for Fort Bliss Texas.|
|88) Qiuan Younger firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 2. January 2007 14:16 Host: client-199-244-139-2.jrnl.com I loved Furth, and germany. My parents were stationed at darby and Pinder from 87-91. I grew up in germany, just looking for people who might share some of the same feeling about growing up in a structured military environment then coming back to civilian life in an undisciplined urban environment. Was it hecti for you too?|
|87) Norbert J. Steger email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 31. December 2006 13:22 IP: 12-219-99-12.client.mchsi.com Was stationed with the 95th QM Batalion at WODK in 1959 and 1960. Now into Genealogy and find out my g-g-grandparents came from Kleinschwand about 80 km east of Nurnberg. Wish I was doing genealogy at that time.|
Would like to hear from anyone who was there at that time.
|86) Steve Hall firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 26. December 2006 11:39 Host: ppp-70-250-152-180.dsl.austtx.swbell.net I am looking for anyone assigned to the 42nd Mt. Co. (303rd Maint BN.) from 1973 to 1976. I have fond memories of my times there. Met my wife in Fuerth and was married at Merrell chapel in April 1976. All of her relatives still live in Nurnberg area. We get to visit them from time to time. Always surprised how much the area has changed. I would really like to hear from any 42nd people.Blaine Evinger:|
Was with the 42d from Oct. 1968 to Mar. 1971. Was there for the big move to WO Darby (The Darb). I heard they recommisioned the 42 to a supply Comapny.Virginia Brown Johnson:
Hi, Lt. Hall! Do you remember Dave Johnson (DJ) from EVAC and Virginia Brown in the DX office? Dave and I married in Oct., 1975 after we got out of the Army. We are still together and live in Illinois.
We’ve never gone back to visit, but I’ve often wanted to.David Bussler:
My name is Dave Bussler and I was assigned to 42 Maint. Co from June 1974 to May 1977. I worked in the Motor Pool.
|85) Sgt Paul LaFerriere, USA, RET email@example.comLocation:|
Hudson, New Hampshire
|Sunday, 17. December 2006 23:16 Host: pool-71-168-105-110.cncdnh.fios.verizon.net I was stationed at William O’Darby Kaserne with the 1st Transportation Company, or should we say, First Truck, from 1979-1981. How I loved my stay in Germany. It was the best unit ANYONE could be assigned to. I still have my 40,000 mile award. I have many photos. I will dig them out and upload them. I will also find my second place trophy from the Gong Show that we did at the Recreation Center in 1980. Does anyone remember that? I just stumbled onto this website. And 1st Truck personnel are having a reunion October 2007.|
|84) Mark A Hagen firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 15. December 2006 10:49 Host: cache-rtc-aa03.proxy.aol.com I was FDC at 1/94th, back in 1986. Transfered to Zirndorf Pinder after deactivation. Ended up back at Ft Sill, Ok 1988-1989Jim Lamaster:|
What company? I was with A Btry 1/94th as there NBC NCO along with Sgt Masters.alicia:
hi my name is alicia im searching for my dad his name is michael luis he was there too at that time maybe u know himPaul Tracey “Trace”:
we hung out, don’t know if u remember me
moose also hung out with dunleavy u two were in fdc.
|83) Benjamin ,(Benny) Soto email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 3. December 2006 03:22 Host: pool-71-102-215-119.snloca.dsl-w.verizon.net Thanks to all who made this web site possible. Enjoy looking at all the pics. I was stationed at w.o.darby ,furth, germany . From jan.’73 thur aug.’75. Would love to hear from anyone who remebers me,”Benny” firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|82) Dean Hendrikson email@example.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 26. November 2006 22:21 IP: 0-1pool87-33.nas8.des-moines1.ia.us.da.qwest.net 240th S&S from spring of 73 to summer of 75. Many friends from 14th Finiance. I worked out of the motor pool originally located directly below 14th Finance then eventually moved to Johnson barracks. Was company driver for the last year or so. Had way to much fun and more than enough beer.|
|81) charles catlett firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 21. November 2006 22:42 IP: 63-226-199-31.tukw.qwest.net I was with the 240th s&s company from 1977-1979 looking for anyone that was there during that time to share some photos (sgt ben cartwright,albert lee gibson,tommy puyear,danny stebbins,andra white,sfc kent,ect.I had a great time there planing a vaction next year|
Happy holidays all
|80) ROB GODWIN SASQUATCHXX8@MSN.COMLocation:|
|Sunday, 19. November 2006 17:31 Host: pool-151-196-187-77.balt.east.verizon.net WAS AT DARBY FROM 84 – 86 WITH THE 535TH SIGNAL, FAVORITE SPOT, THE CHICAGO CLUB, LOTS OF GOOD TIMES|
|79) Bill Jones email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 18. November 2006 15:19 Host: cache-ntc-aa07.proxy.aol.com from 3/68 thru 8/69 I was stationed @ Darby & had a total BLAST there. It was a great Garrison outfit to be at! I was the temp supply clerk then went over to Trans(Bulk break pt) & worked w/ Herr Mertz——-Great Guy! Doesnt seem time can fly by that FAST! Had left NAM (506th fld Depot n Saigon) just b/4 & was tdy over n Kitzingen( 3rd inf/76th Artillery)then trasferred to WOD. It was a GREAT time in my life. Took Basic @ FT Knox & ait over @ FT Eustis & Story, VA. Would like to hear from anyone who was there during that time I was!!!!! So drop me an email eh? Best to ya!|
|78) Thomas C. Denney firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Moorefield W.V. 26836
|Friday, 17. November 2006 20:41 Host: n35s183.hdynet.shentel.net I spent many good years @ W.O.D.K. in 1st Transportration Co. (1st Truck) if any body out there was in 1st Truck any year ,contact me for a reunion 4-7 Oct. 2007 at Ft. Eustis Va.BillyBass Flt 1-2:|
1st Transportation Company Re-Union Inn
04 – 08 Oct. 2007
The Mulberry Inn
16890 Warwick Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23603
Be Sure to tell Them your with First Trans to get the discounts.Rick:
Hay Denny, what’s up? I remember many good nights in the Amburger in downtown Nurnburg.
|77) Gaylon Clark email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 7. November 2006 17:44 Host: adsl-70-241-67-30.dsl.hstntx.swbell.net|
|76) Frankie firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Saturday, 4. November 2006 10:32 Host: ppp-69-217-51-8.dsl.applwi.ameritech.net |
Hello to all that served in the C Co 16th Eng Bn (1988 – 1991) – I was a dependent back in the days. Lots of good memories.
Anybody know Tony Drevs (exhuby), Jeff Abbott, etc
I never did get a chance to thank all of 16th that went to Desert Shield and Desert Storm. It may be late, but never forgotten and still just as appreciated now as it was then. Thank you – all the Vets!
Take care and be safe
|75) John Curea email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 3. November 2006 22:30 Host: dynamic-acs-72-23-106-205.zoominternet.net I was stationed at w. o. darby in 1954 with the 15th engineer bat. 9th inf. div. i have about 30 photos on Bernd Jesussek;s web site. look for old photos, would like to hear from anyone iterested in the W.O.D complex of days goneby,|
Thanks John Curea
|74) James Zychiewicz(alfibet) Location:|
|Friday, 3. November 2006 10:47 IP: 18.104.22.168 I was part of the HHC 95th S&S bat,building 65a from 1967 to 1969. I was a cook for the 23 Supply co. I had a great time over it Germany,and met lots of good guys.I havent heard from any of them,but sure would like to. I remeber the beer the most,than the food. DENNIS CUNNINGHAM:|
DO YOU MEAN 25TH GEN SUPPLY. I WAS THERE 67-70. PULLED A LOT OF KP UNTIL I MADE E5. I WAS IN ROOM 213 END OF HALL.
|73) Terry Haycox firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 2. November 2006 00:46 Host: pool-70-105-107-196.chi.dsl-w.verizon.net Stationed @WODK 1978-1980 501st Finance Co.|
|72) Jim Crossno email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 30. October 2006 15:29 Host: cpe-24-95-110-228.midsouth.res.rr.com I was stationed at W O Darby while serving in the 793rd MP Bat 1965-1966.|
Capt. Corter was the CO and Lt Rapaz the Pltn leader.Anyone remember the name of the street that W O Darby was located on?Jim Crossno:
email address is now firstname.lastname@example.orgR.England:
Steuben Strasse, I was there from July 1966 until Feb. 1969.
I was in the third squad, when were the pictures you posted taken. Because the one labeled day shift sure looks like the 3rd squad.Butch de la Garza:
I was stationed with the 793 MP Battalion, Company A, with Roger England. Is this the same R. England who I saw responding to the note from Jim Crossno? If it is, well, this is a small internet world. This is Butch. Remember me? I was stationed there in your same squad and we worked together quite a few times. I was there from Jan. 66 to Aug. 68.Bill Akin formerly SP/4:
Bill Akin, SP/4 was with supply in Co. A, 793rd. and later with Commo 2nd. MP Grp. during Jun 66 thru Jan 3rd. 68
I’m not sure but I may be the guy lying on a cot smoking the pipe in one of the photos. Sorry to hear that WODK is gone now. It was a good place to put in my time as a draftee. I have enjoyed reading all of the comments. The Captain was Orson McCotter Co.A, 793rd. Best regards, email@example.com
|71) Lee Bement firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 29. October 2006 07:22 Host: pool-72-81-24-186.phlapa.east.verizon.net Spec4 with the Signal Company at WODK, working 12 hour shifts in the windowless state-of-the-art (at that time) DSTE comm center, near the microwave tower. I got my daily exercise by walking up the five flights of stairs to the billets in building 41! This was in 1972-73. Previously spent one year in Grafenwohr at a very slow (I could have almost wrote the messages in long hand faster) “comm center”. Was driving my ’59 VW beatle one day out of Graf on a twisty narrow road with three gi buddies, checking out the castles in the country side, and taking pictures with my brand new Canon FTb camera, when we came upon a sign: “US Forces Personnel HALT. One Kilometer to Czechoslovakia” The road was in a thick forest, narrow, but paved, so we continued forward looking for a place to turn around. After going around three or four more curves we decided the next curve could be the czec-point (pun intended). I made a quick K turn and we got the hell out-of-there! But, stopped to take a picture of the warning sign! Adventures every day in “West” Germany. Enjoyed the beautiful county, State of Bavaria, Black Forest, driving the Autobahn (no speed limit at that time) in the CO’s green Pontiac sedan (read ZOOOOOOM here!) and, oh yeh, the “smoke”. Best reguards to all who remember their tour at Darby.|
|70) Marion Surma email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 24. October 2006 15:10 Host: CPE-24-211-18-148.wi.res.rr.com Worked as a civilian in Housing/Warehouse Supplies (Mr. Stiller)/Signal Unit (Lt. Polvere, Sgt. Paul Mueller, Msgt. Moran)|
1966 to 68 WOD Kaserne. Any of these names ring a bell – if so would love to hear from you.Ron Kantola:
I was a member of the Signal Service Unit – Nurnberg, as it was called when I arrived in April of 1964. It was later incorporated into the Nurnberg Equipment Maintenance Center sometime in 1965.
I sure do remember Mr. Stiller, as well as Hans Dumhard, Herr Stern, and Herr Hafke to name a few. I was there until the middle of June, 1966, when I was sent back to the states, namely North Chicago, Illinois. I now live in the city just north of there in Waukegan.
As for the military personnel, there are too many names to mention, but Paul Mueller was one of the guys who I was very close to. A few of us from the signal unit would be invited to have dinner and visit with his family on a regular basis at his home in the military housing quarters. That took a bit of squeezing in around the table, considering the size of his family. I still have a picture of him and his wife and kids. I unfortunately lost track of him over the years, but would love to see him and the family again. Some of the names you may recognize are Sgt. Larry Sloan, another close friend, Russell Tarbox, and Bernie Yokopenic, who I met out in Pa. a couple of years ago.
I’m at a temporary e-mail address, so I may not be able to respond for a while, but I’ll eventually get around to it. By the way, where in Wisconsin are you? I’m only 10 miles from the southern border, right omn Lake Michigan.
Hope to hear from you soon.
|69) Lloyd Atterson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 16. October 2006 13:47 Host: cache-dtc-aa04.proxy.aol.com I was assigned to A Btry 1/94th Fa After promotion went to HHB 1/74th Fa as the Bn FDC Chief. What wonderful memories I have of the many places both my wife and I have visited.Jim Lamaster:|
|68) Michael Lowrey email@example.comLocation:|
Birmingham, Al. USA
|Monday, 9. October 2006 12:05 Host: bhm-dial-isdn-93.venturenet.net I served in the 127th AG Det (Postal) from 1976 to 1979 and have very warm and fond memories of Nurnberg/Furth. I would love to return for a visit soon and I also would love to become pen pals with any German nationals who live in the area.Spc 4 Steve Aguilar:|
I also was with the 127th AG Det (Postal)form Jan 1973, to Jan 1975. I also had many jobs including unloading bulk mail, sorting mail at Johnson Barracks Base Post Office, working at the Furth exchange post office, I was very fond of beinbg a courier, I also had the route from Nurnberg/Furth to Offenbach and Rhein Main, then back to Nurnberg, I also had the Amnberg Hohnefiels, Graffonweir, and Munich mail routes, it gave me an oportunity to see the country, we would change routes if you got tired of going to Frankfurt we would change to Munich, especially during Octoberfest. We would utilize 1st Trans, sign a manifest check out a .45 and hit the road. Enjoyed the drive to Amberg& Hohnefiels along the river, especially in fall. We lived in Bldg. 41 but I also had apartment in Oberasbach, and laterin Nurnburg. I hope to visit in 2007.SPC 4. Steve Aguilar:
Spc 4 Steve Aguilar:
I also was with the 127th AG Det (Postal)form Jan 1973, to Jan 1975. I also had many jobs including unloading bulk mail, sorting mail at Johnson Barracks Base Post Office, working at the Furth exchange post office, I was very fond of beinbg a courier, I also had the route from Nurnberg/Furth to Offenbach and Rhein Main, then back to Nurnberg, I also had the Amnberg Hohnefiels, Graffonweir, and Munich mail routes, it gave me an oportunity to see the country, we would change routes if you got tired of going to Frankfurt we would change to Munich, especially during Octoberfest, we also would stay with friends that worked at the BPO in Munich at the Mcgraw Kasern there billetts were apartments in the city. We would utilize 1st Trans drivers, sign a manifest check out a .45 and hit the road, drop off a load and pick up a load. Enjoyed the drive to Amberg & Hohnefiels as well along the river, especially in fall. We lived in Bldg. 41 but I also had apartment in Oberasbach, and later in Nurnburg. I hope to visit in 2007evelyn cruz:
79-82 mail guard; deliver mail from nurenberg to bamberg barracks; roomate cyndy, from west virginia or virginia; firstname.lastname@example.org; if you know me or know of anyone serving at the post office at that time
|67) Paul Shook email@example.comLocation:|
|Saturday, 7. October 2006 10:37 Host: c-69-180-179-64.hsd1.mn.comcast.net I was a Army brat, lived there from 1963 to 1968 – What a great experience. I still miss the place. My mother was a murses aid (grey lady as they used to call them) . I plan on going back in a few years. Lived on Thomas Mann Strasse|
|66) Wanda McLemore firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 6. October 2006 14:49 IP: 152-133-7-67.ksc.net.va.gov I was stationed at William O. Darby; First Transportation Company January 1981-October 1984.BillyBass Flt 1-2:|
1st Transportation Company Re-Union Inn
04 – 08 Oct. 2007
The Mulberry Inn
16890 Warwick Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23603
Be Sure to tell Them your with First Trans to get the discounts.
|65) sp4 david m fellows email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 29. September 2006 21:00 Host: c-24-61-132-224.hsd1.ma.comcast.net stationed w.o darby march 1979-sept1981 charlie 1/94 th faJames Urban:|
I was in the 94th in c battery in 1980 -83 Most of my time was at nato I was in the commo section. do you remember robert townsend in commo section I also trying to get in touch with him from new york. while it’s me I wish that i can fine more of the guys the the unit than what’s listed?
|64) MICHAEL VIDRA firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 26. September 2006 16:08 Host: rrcs-24-227-242-111.sw.biz.rr.com LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ABOUT RPC NUERNBERG AROUND 1984-1986 AND LOCATED ANY PERSONNEL THAT STILL WANTS TO TALK.|
|63) Robert LaCour email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 19. September 2006 14:38 IP: 22.214.171.124 1st Trans Co. 64-67. Drove Trk 1-30 for two years, and spent last year in Operations with George McQuinn. George was from Columbus, Georgia. Anyone know his whereabouts now? Last saw him in 68. He was stationed in Bien Hoa, Vietnam. I went up country and lost touch.Would love to hear from any old 1st Truckers!|
|62) pvt ron santos firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 15. September 2006 21:58 Host: cache-rtc-aa08.proxy.aol.com looking for anyone who served in the 261 eng fm co wm odarby from 1957 to 1960|
|61) Andy Brady email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 13. September 2006 15:47 Host: dc2fwa-ext.dowcorning.com Stationed at Darby 1989-1992 in Tow Platoon of the 45th Ord Company. Looking forward to visiting again next fall. Looking forward to seeing all of the old hangouts again.|
|60) Brandon Conover firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 8. September 2006 08:43 Host: pool577.hsc.unt.edu I was stationed with the 240th suppply company from 91-92. enjoyed my short time there and pcs to ft.carson for 3 years. retired now and living in ft.worth,texas. I lived in zirndorf and all I can remember is the nice town and good beer pubs there. plan on going back next summer for a vacation. SP/4 Steve Sutton:|
I was 240 S&S 86-88. Worked lumber yard on johnson barracks. Was SFC Roy Rogers still there in 91-92?
|59) Ken Duffield email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 4. September 2006 11:52 Host: c-69-246-14-39.hsd1.mi.comcast.net I was with the 45th ordnance company from 1989-1992. have alot of great memories from there. any others from the 45th drop a line.|
|58) Susan (Copeland) Sinclair firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 23. August 2006 16:03 Host: mail.itipnt.org My ex-husband, Hank (Henry) Copeland, was stationed at the 511th M.I. batallion at W.O. Darby from 1974 – 1976. We lived in a tiny village called Oberwiersbuch. My daughter was born at the Army hospital in 1975.|
She and I have just returned (Aug. 2006) from a trip to Germany (to show her the country where she was born) and Paris, France. We actually went to Oberwiersbuch, and were allowed in the apartment we used to live in, by the current occupants! We also lived in Fulda, Germany from 1973 to 1974. My son was 5 years old when we left Germany and I just hope he’ll be able to visit sometime in the future as he has fond memories of living there. Would love to hear from anyone who lived in government housing apartments in Oberwiersbuch.
|57) Julie Thacker Simmons email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 22. August 2006 03:24 Host: adsl-70-238-136-209.dsl.stlsmo.sbcglobal.net I was in the 793d MP BN while SGT Evans was the 1SG I worked in the commo office with SSG A. Collins Bobby Stubblefield was in the S1 worked in the Orderly Room for awhile with Terri loved it in germany eventually in 1982 married Frank Simmons from 615th mp co. he was an mp anyone remembers us please feel free to email.|
|56) Dorothy Strickland Robb Location:|
Orange City Fl
|Sunday, 20. August 2006 02:27 IP: 126.96.36.199.cfl.res.rr.com I was stationed on WOD from Feb 87 to Aug 90. I was in the 59th MP Co. I keep in touch with Latonya Mixon, who was a cook at the time. I am now retired.|
|55) Ed Burns firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 17. August 2006 20:48 Host: ool-4355a4ce.dyn.optonline.net Was stationed at WODK from 6/66 to 10/67 with the Nurnberg Equipment Maintenance Center. If you had a POV we probably did the inspection! Great memories. Lived on Thomas Mann Strasse and belonged to the Rod & Gun Club. Great memories!!|
|54) Duane Gendreaux email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 15. August 2006 12:42 IP: 66-215-237-231.dhcp.rvsd.ca.charter.com Great Site! I’m glad we’re keeping the memories alive. I was stationed on Darby from ’89 to ’92. I was in 45th Ordnance Company. We lived on the 4th & 5th floors of Building 41. Had a wonderful time there. Lots of great memories. Email me anytime, would be great to talk about the good ‘ol days!Take Care|
|53) Spc. 4 Steve Aguilar Location:|
Long Beach, California
|Thursday, 10. August 2006 11:14 IP: 71-83-188-154.dhcp.lnbh.ca.charter.com I was stationed with the 127t AG Det (Postal)73-75, at W.O. Darby, but our Base post office was at Johnson Barracks. I was a courier with the post office, using !st Trans as drivers to Munich, Frankfurt, Graf, Amberg, Hohnefiels, then working parcel post at the Furth exchange. When my wife arrived we lived in Oberasbach, then moving to Nurnburg, 51 Barenshanzstr. All GI familys, mostly MP’s. Loved every minute of it. I hope to go back next year.Wendell Champagne:|
I was also stationed with the 127th AG Det Postal from 73 to 75 @ W.O. Darby. I worked at the base post office unloading and loading the trucks.Sp4 Steve Aguilar:
Wendell, it is Steve Aguilar we were in the 127th at WOD, in 73-75. I communicate with Causey, Norton, Wood. i have many pictures of the good old days. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|52) Dick Chretien email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 7. August 2006 09:49 Host: ip24-250-3-103.ri.ri.cox.net Was with 261st Engr Co. in 1962/3 Used to drink “brown bottles” at a nearby gasthaus officially known as “Sedansgarten” but we called it “Ludwigs” (after the owner) Many fond memories.Sabine:|
Sedansgarten is closed now. In the 70´s it ws owned by a Greekron santos tiverton ri:
would like to hear from youMike Peacock:
Ludwigs…what a blast from the past. That was my Dad’s second home! I knew the guy they called Ludwig fairly well…as I always went in there to hit up my Dad for a few bucks to take out my favorite girl. LOL Thanks so much for the memories!
|51) Tom Cerny firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Al Asad Air Base, Iraq
|Thursday, 3. August 2006 05:20 IP: 188.8.131.52.in-addr.arpa WODK, 42nd Maintenance Company, 71st Maintenance BN. Worked at Johnson Barracks at the Disassembly Shop by the CANN Point. Nov 1976 – Nov 1978.|
|50) dietmar jaenicke email@example.comLocation:|
|Thursday, 3. August 2006 04:47 Host: p54BCE7F8.dip.t-dialin.net hi!|
i worked for mwr, msa, rec. services from 80 – till the end.
anyone from the sports staff zombies still alive?
rec service at Johnson too? You still know a guy named Toves? He´s still around working as a busdriver for the city.
|49) Robert Ives firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Thursday, 27. July 2006 14:20 Host: cache-rtc-ab03.proxy.aol.com Was assigned to the 27th BPO from Sept 64 to Apr 66 and then to Viet Nam. I commanded the BPO from ’65 until I left. Anyone out there remember Lt Cook, Lt Czchnowski(Sp?), Lt Baynham, MSG Parr, Sfc deReyes, Sfc Hart, SSG Little, Sp4 Rixie(Sp?), Sp4 Cannon, LNs Hans and Shmanski(Sp?). Too many others to mention. Would like to hear from anyone assigned during the period.Jim Summers:|
I was at the 27th BPO 55 & 56
I was co clerk, then after I made Sgt I bounced around to different postal units. I knew Lt Cook, Sgt Little, Hose Nose (Lt Cz) I replaced Pete Sharpe. Wondered about Ed Murray who suffered from Korea Battle problems. Herr Lipke, Frau Ferkle my secretary.
|48) Michael E. Teets email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 10. July 2006 02:56 Host: outbound2.bapm.com Was stationed with the 1st Trans Co. from 1974 to 1976. I was the shipping clerk for the trailers and Carroll was the guy who took care the 1st Trans. trucks orders. Would to hear from some of the people who were there then. Been looking for a long time for someone who was there then. Go First Truck!!!!BillyBass Flt 1-2:|
1st Transportation Company Re-Union Inn
04 – 08 Oct. 2007
The Mulberry Inn
16890 Warwick Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23603
Be Sure to tell Them your with First Trans to get the discounts.Jim Summers:
I was at the 27th BPO 55 & 56
I was co clerk, then after I made Sgt I bounced around to different postal units. I knew Lt Cook, Sgt Little, Hose Nose (Lt Cz
|47) Carmen Koelbl firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 28. June 2006 09:23 Host: proxy.quelle.de Now I’m living in one of your reconstructed military buildings and would like to know what it was used for. Unfortunatly HTML Code is disabled so please click on the sign left “View Web Page” to view the picture of the building.I would be pleased if you could mail me the answer to email@example.com.By the way, if somebody of you would like to receive new pictures from the area so feel free to ask for.Best regards CarmenLorenzo Strickland:|
If not mistaken i believe that building was part DEH BUILDING & GROUNDS
|46) Gary Speiginer firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Laguna Niguel, CA
|Wednesday, 21. June 2006 04:39 Host: adsl-69-235-206-76.dsl.irvnca.pacbell.net Was at WODK in 1973. We were in the Òsealed buildingÓ between the MP barracks on the way to the snack bar. If you remember the large Microwave tower behind the NCO club (49er club), that is where our little windowless building was located.|
We were part of the signal company & worked in a most interesting classified ÒCommunications CenterÓ. This is where AUTODIN, AUTOSEVOCOM, & Briefcase DESTE communications took place. I was one of the Computer repairmen (MOS 34D20K1) & loved being on duty when Kissinger came to visit his mom & he needed a secure Whitehouse connection. I enjoyed late night talks with the German phone operators on the army switchboard, very fast and police free drives on the autobahn in my 78 Firbird 400, very good times (off-duty) with the Army’s civilian phone operators and the ladies (wonderful WACs) from the Com center. Except for the daily conflicts from the assignment of a totally “Ignorant Ape” as the NCOIC over a COM Center full of bright computer operators and us computer repairmen/geeks, this was one of the best duties in the Army. I was transferred to the Frankfurt com-center in late 73 (I G Farben) where I worked night shift in the COM center!!! Three of us Supported 3 COM centers (Frankfurt, Gieson & Oberussel) as computer repairmen was interesting too! I also enjoyed reading all of the classified “stuff”. The private time away from the I.G. Farben Bldg. with special British & German friends was great. I completed my tour in 1974.
|45) William Segui email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 19. June 2006 08:59 Host: ip68-6-218-121.sd.sd.cox.net Assigned to Co. A, 793rd MP Bn from Ft. Benning, GA on Dec. 20 1966. Spent my first 2 weeks on as the only person on the 5th floor. I was there when the Russians rolled into Prague and the 793rd was sent to the border to escort Shirley Temple Black back to the west. I was posted to Illesheim and watched the moon landing in the guesthaus just down the road from the main gate. Took a european discharge in 69 and worked briefly in a hotel in Berchtesgaden.|
|44) Brian Diaz firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Kalb Housing area
|Friday, 16. June 2006 11:09 Host: dslb-084-057-081-029.pools.arcor-ip.net Hello I was stationed at W.O.D with the 1st Arm Div RPC (Regionel Personel Center)from 1980 till 84 when I got transferd to Manheim Colmen Bks with the 4/8th Mch Inf Since that time I have Had 3 children and 2 Grand children all borne in Fuerth|
The changes that have come about is not all for the good but its bean for the best. With lots of thanks to the viewers Best wishes from Fuerth
|43) Andy Morgan email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 7. June 2006 17:05 Host: W212a.w.pppool.de Hi to all,Im looking at some of the Nuremberg Military Community sites because I happen to live in one of the new houses on Floessaustrasse (Nr 68, near the chapel).Although Ive lived in Fuerth for nearly 20 years the WoD was always a forbidden city which is why its fascinating to see and read memories and photos of the barracks when it was in use.Greetings to all who served around here.Im getting a bit sick of digging your rubble out of my garden though e.w.:|
hey, i live in nuremberg and have german friends that live in the floessaustr now, have to check for the house number but i think it´s exactly the same building. i was actually just there this morning
|42) James Dennis Doherty firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 5. June 2006 18:05 Host: cpe-65-27-190-100.cinci.res.rr.com In July 1966 I commanded Btry C of 1/94 Arty. The Bn was then in Bismarck Kaserne in Schwabisch Gmuend. The Bn pcsd to Darby that month and I was the train commander for all of our tracks. At that time the Bn had 3-155mm batteries, all SPs (M109) and one 8-inch battery (M110). Acc to local lore, the area commander was the individual upon which the The Great Escape was based. The bldgs we occupied, including the huge, five-story building were a mess. I was there until Nov. 1966 when I got orders for Nam.JOHN SCHOONMAKER JRSCHOON:|
JUST MISSED YOU. I ARRIVED 2/67 AS “C”XO. CPT.ZITZ WAS CO. BN CHANGED TO 3 8″BTY WHILE I WAS THERE.S. T. Ruffo:
James did I served under you as cheif of section of base peace in 1966 at Bismarck Kaserne and later in 1967 at Darby, Furth. By the way was it you that lost or rather misplaced the brief case of clasified documents for S-2 that I helped look all over for and we eventually found or was it someone else, respectfully past sgt. Ruffo. It was a great time, depending on how you look back on it.
|41) JOHN SCHOONMAKER JRS6KIDS@ADELPHIA.NETLocation:|
NEW MARKET, MD.
|Monday, 29. May 2006 17:31 Host: mt-pleasant-bsr1-68-232-105-7.ashbva.adelphia.net 1/94TH ARTY FROM 2/67-2/69Gaylon Clark-Diboll, Tex:|
gaylon clark, diboll texas
at wod in 94th fa from 1/69 to 6/70. I was in the fdc and special wpns section in battary a. I recently visited wo darby and it is now being converted to apartment buildings.
|40) Todd Waldroup email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 29. May 2006 02:22 IP: 208-39-170-4.isp.comcastbusiness.net I was stationed in the 615th MP CO from 1986-1989, Had some good times there..Andy Althoff:|
I was also in the 615th ’85 – ’87 2nd platoon.
I was also stationed in the 615th MP company as a mechanic, but I was transferred to Crailsheim with the 615th in 1985-1987, great times at the local pubs.Jason Weicht:
I was stationed @ Darby from 86-89, 615th MP CO. How ya doing Andy, I roomed with Chitt.
|39) Patricia Pina firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 24. May 2006 15:54 IP: 184.108.40.206 If anyone remembers me e mail me at email@example.com. I went by Patty|
|38) Dennis Adams firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 12. May 2006 17:46 IP: 220.127.116.11 Reported to Darby Kaserne in Dec 1983. Served as Club Manager at the O Club at Ferris Barracks until Spring 1985. Transferred to 501st Area Finance Support Center in 1985 and ended up as First Sergeant when I Deros’d in 1988.Visited WO Darby kaserne in 1999 Everything was shuttered and all gates were locked.Retired in Indianapolis in 1999|
|37) Marlowe Robinson email@example.comLocation:|
Pompano Beach, FL
|Thursday, 4. May 2006 21:15 IP: 18.104.22.168 1st Transportation Company (1st Truck) Johnson Barracks 93-95 (KING OF THE ROAD)HOLLA!!Brandon Conover:|
Can you tell me if the 1st trans.co was on darby ? I was with the 240th s&s co. the unit sounds familiar.BillyBass Flt 1-2:
1st Transportation Company Re-Union Inn
04 – 08 Oct. 2007
The Mulberry Inn
16890 Warwick Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23603
Be Sure to tell Them your with First Trans to get the discounts.
|36) Billy Bass Trk 1-2 BillyBassFlt1_2@HotMail.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 2. May 2006 07:28 Host: dpc67142130035.direcpc.com Great Honor to have been in 1St. Transportation Co. BillyBass Flt 1-2:|
I’m looking for Tom Fullbrook from the Post office & John Powell & Carln McHenery from First Truck, & Kathy Meloche from 5th Signal Anyone knowing them drop me a` line.BillyBass:
We are having a Reunion at Ft. Eustis, Newport News, Va. Oct 5 Fri, 6 Sat , 7 Sun, 2007 for
,TTH,TMO,ITO,TO,TMP,Wm O Darby Postal And who ever else comes we were all there together. E-Mail me so we can get a Head Count If you want to be there and cannot E Mail Me anyway We may a solution.Bob LaCour, Frisco Texas:
Me Too!!! 64-67 Truck 1-30!
Drove for two years, operations for last year.BillyBass Flt 1-2:
1st Transportation Company Re-Union Inn
04 – 08 Oct. 2007
The Mulberry Inn
16890 Warwick Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23603
Be Sure to tell Them your with First Trans to get the discounts.Billy:
Good Turn For a First Reunion Thanks for Everyone that Came.
|35) Gordon Kurtz firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 1. May 2006 14:14 Host: h254.59.102.166.ip.alltel.net Ist Trans Co ’69-’71. Lots of memories. Most of ’em good.|
|34) chuck anderson email@example.comLocation:|
grants pass, or.
|Friday, 28. April 2006 11:19 IP: 22.214.171.124 1/94th fa jan 73-aug 74James Ridge,:|
Hi Chuck,I was also in 1/94 from
’73to’74.I was in commo and ran
the switch board.also worked in the motor pool as the pll clerk for a short time.Bought a 1964 chevy Impala from one of the guys in the motor pool.
|33) Glenn Zuch GWZ123@Yahoo.comLocation:|
|Monday, 24. April 2006 16:40 IP: 67-23-171-166.kntnny.adelphia.net Was at William O. Darby Kaserne with the 27th Base Post Office 1953/1954 as combination I&E NCO/mail clerk. If any of your mail was missing we are the ones that caused the problem. Hang in there, it may still be delivered.|
|32) Gary Behymer GaryBalmota@colfax.comLocation:|
Colfax, Washington State
|Monday, 24. April 2006 12:16 Host: cfxch2-12-46-87-104.stjohncable.com The 511th Military Intelligence Company was located on the corner of the W.O Darby Kaserne in buildings 85, 89, 90 & 91.Follow my homepage link if you were a member of the 511th MI. I’m searching for photographs to include in the web site.There is an email newsletter that goes out from time to time. If interested, please feel free to contact me.P.S. Served in the communications section of building #85 from April 1969 until August of 1970.Tesch:|
I think is is wrong to use both Military and Intelligence in the same sentence.
Only kidding…. i am a fellow vet from the 1/94 6/68 – 12/69 building 41 the big green one.Susan (Copeland) Sinclair:
My ex-husband served with the 511th Military Intelligence Company from 1974-1976 at W.O. Darby. We lived in Germany from 1973 to 1973, and were stationed the first year in Fulda, and then moved to Fuerth.
Our son was 18 months when we arrived in Germany and our daughter was born at the Army Hospital in 1975 in Fuerth, Germany.
|31) Roger Johnson firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 24. April 2006 05:48 IP: 126.96.36.199 I was the 1st Transportation Company (First Truck) commander 1980-81 at W.O Darby Kaserne in Fuerth.BillyBass Flt 1-2:|
And you were the best C.O. we ever Had while I was there.BillyBass Flt 1-2:
1st Transportation Company Re-Union Inn
04 – 08 Oct. 2007
The Mulberry Inn
16890 Warwick Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23603
Be Sure to tell Them your with First Trans to get the discounts.
|30) Alvin Crispin email@example.comLocation:|
|Friday, 21. April 2006 17:52 Host: dialup-188.8.131.52.Dial1.Philadelphia1.Level3.net I was stationed at W. O. Darby Kaserne 1960-61 with the 95th QM Bn on the 3rd floor of bldg. 65a; I worked in the S1 Office. I returned for a visit in 1998, the cities have really grown but seeing the old Darby Kaserne empty and deserted was a sad experience. I hope to visit again in the near future to see all the new renovations. It would be nice to hear from the old gang.DENNIS CUNNINGHAM:|
I WAS WITH 25TH ON 2ND FLOOR. I WAS IN COMMO. THE LAST YEAR I WAS ON THE THIRD FLOOR END OF HALL IN COMMO WITH HHD95TH. MY TIME 1967-1970. A FEW YEARS AFTER YOU. IT WAS GOOD TO HEAR FROM YOU . HAD A LOT OF GOOD TIMES OVER THERE. I WAS 3 YEARS IN ARMY AND 19 IN GUARD.
|29) Dean O. Slater firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 18. April 2006 16:20 IP: 66-17-32-68.biz.visl.arrival.net Served with the C.I.C. from August, 1953 through September, 1954. Could not find barracks in 1996 when I visited. Must have been gone by then. Believe our barracks were on Jacobinenstrasse.|
|28) Gary Behymer email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 17. April 2006 18:24 IP: 184.108.40.206 Served with the 511th MI Company which was located on the same street as the W.O. Darby Kaserne…maybe 1/2 mile up the street? April 1969 to August 1970…Did lunch most days there…plaed fast pitch soft ball next to the Johnson Barracks?|
|27) Mike Word firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
El Paso, TX
|Sunday, 16. April 2006 22:16 Host: cpe-24-28-163-57.elp.res.rr.com I was in 45th Ord. from 1988-90, and I worked in the dining facility. It would be nice to hear from so old friends.|
|26) lorenzo r. strickland email@example.comLocation:|
lindenwold. new jersey
|Friday, 14. April 2006 10:51 Host: gnap91h.nap.usace.army.mil I first came to w.o.darby in 1985. I was asign to 42nd Maint,which later became 75th Gen Supply.I left in 1988 and came back as a civilian in 1990. I worked for MWR until Furth closed and then went to work in Ansbach with Helga Boucher( her husband is a former 1st Sgt of 240th on Darby) and Monika williams at the PBO.Thomas:|
its me Thomas, worked in Katterbach(Self Help). I lived down the street from the Texas pub , steubenstr7. Hope you and your wife are doing ok.
When are you back in Fuerth?
Thomaslorenzo r. strickland:
Hey Thomas, Nice to hear from you.We are doing fine and next time we come to Germany,you must go with me to the Texas Pub for a few beers.
|25) Richard Cook firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 7. April 2006 11:51 IP: 220.127.116.11 I was stationed at W.O Darby from 1978 to 1981. 1st Platoon 615th M.P. Co. I have a lot of great memories of my tour.David Feiler:|
I got their in 81. I 1st plt. Did you know D Tucker, D Voler or Cuck Metz. I thinkl I took your spot. I remember hearing your name as having just ets’ed.Stephen Corbezzolo “Bozo”:
Cook, I roomed with you at the 615th. I tried to contact you once before but you did not respond. Darrel Tucker never sent you those Polizi coats did he? We had a pretty cool platoon with Cooperman, Hardy, Plumm, Mosca, Voler, and you. I can’t remember everyone.” Merril’s Marauders “Bozo:
Correction:” MERRELL’S MARAUDERS ” If you were ever in the 1st Platoon, 615th MP Co. and went to the field with the 2nd Armored Cavalry; you know what that means.
|24) Amy Haylett (Telken) email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 3. April 2006 11:02 IP: 207-114-239-40.gen.twtelecom.net My ex-husband was stationed at Darby 1990-1992 then moved to Montieth Barracks. He was with 317th Maintenance Co. My son was born at the Army hospital. Anyone out there that was with 317th?Tom:|
I was in 317th from March 88- March 90.R:
I was in the 182nd maint (became 317th from 1986 – 1991
|23) Thomas Harding maddogT57@Hotmail.comLocation:|
|Monday, 3. April 2006 07:35 Host: adsl-68-79-80-94.dsl.sfldmi.ameritech.net I was there at Darby from 1966 to 1968|
I was with the 25thBob LaCour, Frisco Texas:
Looks like we over lapped. I was there from 64 to 67 with 1st Truck.
|22) William E. (Bill) Kozal firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 22. March 2006 23:37 Host: c-67-167-146-74.hsd1.mi.comcast.net I was stationed at the 14th Finance Section 1973-1975. Many good times and good friends. Would like to hear from anyone there at that time.|
|21) Rich Teschler (Tesch) email@example.comLocation:|
Union Grove, WI
|Thursday, 16. March 2006 22:18 Host: CPE-24-209-156-174.wi.res.rr.com I was with A Btry 1/94 from July 1968 to Dec 1969. I have many many fond memories. I lived in building 41 the big long 5 story building. if you care to see some of the things that have been done to that kaserne since it was given back to the germans go to www dot nbg-mil-com dot de/Darby/da dot htmlI am very happy to see that they have kept old building 41 and much of the post in tack.I would be happy to hear from anyone that was there around the same period i was, especially any of the gun bunnies.JOHN SCHOONMAKER:|
I WAS WITH THE 1/94TH FROM 2/67-2/69. I WAS A BTRY CO FOR A YEAR, BUT POSSIBLY BEFORE YOU GOT THERE. I THINK I REMEMBER YOU NAME, BUT AM NOT SURE AT THE MOMENT.
|20) Ingrid Misch firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Tuesday, 14. March 2006 11:13 Host: p5495BB6E.dip0.t-ipconnect.de Hello! I worked in Housing up till 1993. Best working-years of my life! I am still friends with many former colleagues, and we meet about twice a year. Each time we meet we go back in time and share lots of fond memories…. any DEH / Housing folk out there?? I’d love to hear from you !BillyBass Flt 1-2:|
1st Transportation Company Re-Union Inn
04 – 08 Oct. 2007
The Mulberry Inn
16890 Warwick Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23603
Be Sure to tell Them your with First Trans to get the discounts.Bill Coke MAJ (R):
Hello Ingrid! I remember yo well. Norbert Gerstung and I used to teaze you from time to time. Enjoyed knowing you. Contacted Norbert a few years ago. Miss Nuernberg and people like yourself.
|19) Lee Fraczek email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 13. March 2006 16:48 Host: ool-4577cf3d.dyn.optonline.net Hi,|
I was stationed at w.o. Darby ’66-’68.
182nd L.E.M. CoLee Fraczek:
I want to add I was in the Motor Pool and would love to hear from anyone who was there with me. I am looking for my old girlfriend, Rosemarie Biedler, if anyone has any info.
|18) Cornell S. Gallagher firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Oklahoma City, OK
|Thursday, 9. March 2006 15:13 IP: 152-131-9-71.sac.net.va.gov I served as Supply/Finance Sgt. in the 501st Finance Company from 1989-1992.|
|17) Bob Malesic email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 7. March 2006 14:05 IP: 18.104.22.168 I served with the 14th Finance Unit from 1968-1970.|
|16) Scott RIch/Bucknam firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Junction City KS
|Thursday, 2. March 2006 19:38 Host: ip68-103-87-106.ks.ok.cox.net My step-father was SSG Fred Bucknam who was assigned to an MP unit on WOD from 1970 until 1973. He has since passed and I don’t know which unit he belonged to although I do know that it was with the stockade. A new stockade was built in the area during our tour. We were in govt qtrs near the high school at 22 John F. Kennedy Strasse. Our family had many holidays with soldiers from my step-fathers unit and are some of my favorite memories. I am particularly interested in locating Randy Frye and Mike Chappel who were in the same unit. George Stacey was another of our regular visitors and I know his whereabouts. Any information would be greatly appreciated.kcmhi qxobs:|
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thank you!Sgt Jim “smoky” Perrine:
Scott, I was stationed there with your father-in-law in 1970. He roomed with me till his wife arrived. I didn’t know him all that well as worked shifts and I was the administrative NCO and only worked days. I have a couple of pictures of Buc Buc that I will locate and send to you. The unit we were in was the 43rd military police detachment of the 15th MP brigade. The c.o. at the time was Major David K. Macci. Randy Frye was an excellent short stop that played on our softball team. I think that he was from connecticut (not positive). I don’t know where mike was from. I have the address of our supply sergeant who was also the manager of the team. E mail if you are interested in any further info. I’ll send the pics I have.Sgt Jim “smoky” Perrine:
Sorry my e-mail address is email@example.com
|15) Thomas.C.Denney Sr. firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 26. February 2006 11:06 Host: hiajhnstwc02.ngb.army.mil Spent many years on W.O.D.K. and Johnson Bks. 1st. Truck. Old 1st. truckers please contact,I was there off and on between 66 and 84.Don Henderson:|
I was with the 1st Trans. from Sept 68 to March 70. I was in the 3rd platoon with Ssgt. James Evans as my plt. sgt. Good to here from someone else that has been there.Robert LaCour:
Anyone know how I can contact James Evans? Served together in first truck 64-67. email@example.comInspector:
What NGB (National Guard Computer, was this written on?)Inspector:
Eyes are upon You retired 1SG Denney. Moorefild is a small town….
|14) wade thrower firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 26. February 2006 05:40 Host: cache-dtc-ab07.proxy.aol.com My father sfc bill thrower was stationed with 793 dec.59-jun of 62. Iwas only nine yrs old but i still think it was one of the best times or places we were ever stationed.P:|
I recognized your dads name and my dad and mom remember your family.Your sister babysat me. we were there 59-62.My dad is 1st Sgt Paul A. MichaelPaulette (Michael) Dunlap:
I recognized your dads name and my dad and mom remember your family.Your sister babysat me. we were there 59-62.My dad is 1st Sgt Paul A. Michael
|13) David (Mike Horton) email@example.comLocation:|
|Monday, 20. February 2006 17:37 IP: 653263hfc130.tampabay.res.rr.com I spent more years than I can remember (around 10) at the 569th Personnel Service Company on Darby. I was the Chief of Personnel Actions with the best people I have worked with to date. Nuernberg is still home in my mind. I retired there in 1980 and stayed in Germany 3 more years. Nuernberg left nothing but pleasant memories and I still have many friends there.|
|12) Bill Wright firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Sunday, 19. February 2006 17:30 Host: cache-mtc-ad06.proxy.aol.com I was with B Btry 1/94 arty from 2/70 to 7/70.I sure had fun in that area and that German beer was some good stuff.Peace out|
|11) JOHN LAHOUD email@example.comLocation:|
|Wednesday, 15. February 2006 18:49 IP: 170-215-8-158.nas1.mcg.mn.frontiernet.net Co A, 793d MP BN.from 1966-67. I know my barracks is still standing, and hope to see what they’ve done with the place on a trip next year. Hope some old comrades find this website.R. England:|
Were you in the 4th squad? Your name looks famailar. I was there from 7-66 to 2-69 also with the the 793rd. I was in 3rd squad. The barracks and MP station our still standing but are now public houseing apartments. Thanks R. EnglandAmbrosio de la Garza:
I was in your squad. 3rd squad, right. Name I went by was Butch, because none of you could pronounce my given name. Email me back, as I would like to get in touch with you guys.
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|10) HANK DODSON JHENRYD60@HOTMAIL.COMLocation:|
|Monday, 13. February 2006 21:18 IP: 69-162-136-131.clspco.adelphia.net I was stationed at William O. Darby 1961-63, 95th QM Batt. Returned to Run the computor center, Build 1, Nurnberg Mil Comm 1981-86, now retired and return almost every year to visit. Nurnberg/Fuerth are my favorite european cities. Great memories, and you have such great web site. My kids were either born at Nurnberg Army Hospital or Graduated from Nurnberg HIgh School so we do have roots there.|
Great hearing from you. As you mentioned, it was difficult remembering each other being we were only there (95th) at the same time for 3 months. Looking through some of my old army pictures I had taken, I came across a picture that got my attention real quick, the name on the uniform was Dodson, it was you! What a coincidence! So I mailed you a copy.
|9) Mike Caldwell firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Wednesday, 8. February 2006 19:43 Host: cache03.lax.untd.com I was with the 1st Trans. Co. From 1971-72. I have gotten in touch with some of the guys I served with: Sgt. Thomas Denney, Pops Gracie, Donald Jefferson, Buddy Kilcrease, Isadore Powell and Larry Parnell. We have alot of fun remenising about old times and would like to find some more of guys that was there then!!BillyBass Flt 1-2:|
Don’t forget First Week-End in October 2007 First Trans Re-Union see you guys there.
|8) davsanto email@example.comLocation:|
|Tuesday, 31. January 2006 14:36 Host: proxy3c.external.lmco.com I was station at O’Darby Kaserne from 1976 – 1978. I was with the 569th Personnel and then called the Nuremburg Regional Personnel Center. I too had a great time – well mostly. ON July 3, 1976 (Our Bicentennial) I was sitting in the Rec center, it was a warm night, and I was restless. I decided to take a walk. I ended up walking along the raised canal near Merrill Barracks when I was approach by two GIs and they mugged me. Too make things worst, as they were leaving they threw a large steel ball bearing at me and hit me in the forehead. This crack my skull and I then had the pleasure of spending 6 weeks in the hospital. There they clean out the broken bone and let me heal with a “hole” in my head for about 6 months until they could fill it up with some sort of plastic. Oh well it could have been worse…. I then rotated back to the states and eventually had another tour in Heidelberg at HQ. I enjoyed my time there also. Sometimes I get the places and faces mixed up from Nuremburg and Heidelberg. 🙂|
|7) Paul R. Van Pelt PRVANPELT@aol.comLocation:|
|Sunday, 22. January 2006 17:33 Host: cache-dtc-ab07.proxy.aol.com I was stationed at WODK with the 511TH Military Intelligence Company, Buildings 90,91 and 89, from 1969 to 1971. A very educational time in my life.|
This site brings back many memories.
|6) BOBMAC firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Friday, 13. January 2006 00:25 Host: cache-ntc-aa10.proxy.aol.com With the 27th base post office 1952 to 1954. The bpo was in Furth(near the railroad station) but we were billeted at Darby. Worked nites as a registered mail dispatch clerk, ocassionally took the railcar run to Stuttgart taking mail on and off along the way.All mail for the Nurnburg Command came in and out of the 27th BPO.|
|5) Thomas Graham email@example.comLocation:|
Washingtonville, New York
|Tuesday, 3. January 2006 11:05 Host: u1043533.ul.warwick.net I was stationed at Old Ironsides Law Center from Spring of 1973 through Fall of 1977. I was a “Legal Beagle”.|
|4) Ted R Archambault firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
|Monday, 2. January 2006 23:56 Host: c-71-197-177-115.hsd1.or.comcast.net I was assigned to Co A 793rd. MP Battalion from Nov. 1962 through Oct. 1964. Worked in the dining facility across from post headquarters. If anybody remembers the evil Cpt Warren P. Palzer let me know.Lewis E. Gosa:|
My name is Lewis E. Gosa from Alabama. In late l962 and l963, I served as Battalion Motor Officer and later as Adjutant and HQ DET Commander. I left the Army to go to law school at the University of Alabama, and Capt. Palzer came to Oxford, MS, and attended law school. He visited us in Tuscaloosa one time. I remember he was from N. Y., and I recently heard that he is in that state now. Somehow, I recall he had a twin. I did not know he was evil. Lt-Cols Cook, Monroe and Brandenburg were Battalion Commanders during my Oct. l962 to July, l965, tenure.
|3) Richard L. D. Hammond email@example.comLocation:|
12735 Mahogany Way, Dewitt, MI
|Saturday, 31. December 2005 18:34 Host: cache-dtc-af09.proxy.aol.com I was a cash control officer with the 14th Finance Disbursing Section (FDS) in Furth from 1962-1963.|
|2) Robert L. Strickland firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation:|
Virginia Beach, VaWas at the D
|Tuesday, 27. December 2005 15:41 Host: h-64-105-208-147.mclnva23.dynamic.covad.net Was at the Darby Kaserne, 3808 Sig Svc Field Maintenance shop from 1959 thru 1962.ron santos:|
would like to know if you ever heard of the 261st eng co fmof the odadby cossern? was tjhere 1957 to1960 ronjsan4aol.com
|1) THOMAS L BREWER “BUCK” BUCKWOOD5@AOL.COMLocation:|
|Wednesday, 21. December 2005 19:00 Host: cache-mtc-ae10.proxy.aol.com 1ST TRANS COMPANY . 1989 TO 1992 . WE HAULED IT ALL .AROUND THE CLOCK . BLOWING SMOKE .TILL THE MISSION WAS DONE.|