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14.04.2013, 01:40
Kurt Kummer

I was stationed at McNair with C 94th Field Artillery from 1983-1985. Rank: E-4. Drove the M577 (Command variant) Armored Personnel Carrier. Best memory is late evening walks to “The Hähnchen Stand” near the back entrance to the base. The U. S. Army and the city of Berlin both made my two years there one of the best times of my life!
13.04.2013, 03:10
Cheri Krupka

I was stationed in Berlin Nov'91 to Nov '93. Started in 6th Support and ended in HHC. Feel free to message me if you remember me. Boy I miss Berlin!
12.04.2013, 00:03
Larry Harris

Served in Berlin with CO B 232nd Signal Battalion 1st Inf Division early 1963.
05.04.2013, 21:35

November 1962 thru November 1963 78th ASA worked at Rudow the famous Berlin Tunnel site. (Sgt) Bob Mack was our trick chief. Also worked with Marlar, Dearden, et al. We bunked at Andrews. Many memories. Whadda town. I am in Petaluma, Calif for many years. Also worked at Mt. Schneeberg in Bavaria (another ASA site)
05.04.2013, 13:22
Ron Reid

I was in Berlin, 42nd Engineer Co. at Andrew Barracks 64-67, SP5 Ron Reid...One Leg...
29.03.2013, 12:28
Thilo Perlick

I`m a native Berliner, and I realy loved the times with my American friends in Berlin. I will never forget all the fun I had. Can´t believe how the time go´s by so rapidly. Today Berlin Zehlendorf/Steglitz is fully in Russian Hands. No more American sounds and lifestyle.
Good luck to all Americans who served in Berlin from 45 to 94, I miss you.
28.03.2013, 16:06
Dan Vogt

I was in Berlin - McNair Brks. B CO. 4th BAT. 18th INF. 1/'68 to 8/'69. Would love to hear from anyone there at that time!
26.03.2013, 20:43
Lawrence Kunze
EMail:  Homepage: http://berlinbrigade

Served in the Engineer Platoon attached to Hq & Hq, 3rd BG, 6th Inf. 60-61. Best friends then were Company Clerks Vinyard and Schlofsk. They could cover DR's till you rotatesd.
26.03.2013, 20:10
Stanley G. Gallegos, MSgt, USAF, Retired

I served with the 7350th at TCA from 1980 to 1983 and have many great memories of this wonderful city. My second son was born in Berlin on 29 Dec 1980 and I remember driving home after visiting my wife at the hospital on Dec 31st as the fireworks were going off. I loved the people and the city. One of the best assignments I ever had during my twenty years in the Air Force. Someday I hope to revisit this wonderful place.
24.03.2013, 19:54
Carolyn Walters

I was a civilian with the Service Club Section of Special Services and was one of the "Blue Suits" assigned to the All American Service Club at McNair Barracks 1962-64. Some of my best memories are of Berlin and especially the guys at McNair. That was indeed an interesting time to be in Berlin. If by chance anyone was in Berlin during that time, I would love to correspond with you. My email is
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