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24.03.2013, 05:47
Jim Freeman

If anyone remembers me please write
24.03.2013, 05:39
Jim Freeman

served in Berlin from 75-78 in 42nd Engineer Co. Doing a lot of thinking lately. I miss the people the food and all the good times
23.03.2013, 00:10
Erik Molbach

I served with S-4 in the 4/18 after leaving B company in 1966. I was ration breakdown clerk and worked with Sgt Harper, then Sgt Billy Maddox. Looking for Logan Edward Tisdale from B/4/18 who left in early '67, I believe. I also miss Don McGuire from recon in HQ/4/18 and Paul Greenfield.
Ration breakdown was the best job I ever had, and I've had over 100.
Please contact
Thank you for this great website!
20.03.2013, 03:53
MSG Keith A. Felger (Ret.)

I served in 4/502 INF from May 1987 to June of 1990. Guarded Hess when he committed suicide, saw the wall come down, had to drag my wife away kicking and screaming. My last year I was the Bn Operations Sergeant, Had a great boss Maj Kidder, wonder where he is now.
19.03.2013, 19:59
MSG (Ret) Mark A. Andrews

I served in Berlin from 92-94, closed it out, with the 6-502. Fond memories! My family loved the assignment there.
18.03.2013, 07:05
Mike Bik

Stationed at Andrews Barracks 1/67-2/68. SP-5, started out in Finance and ended up in Personnel. The Pizza and all nighters on the weekend down the street were great! Are there any of you I worked with still out there? Great site with a walk down memory lane!!
14.03.2013, 13:32
Dennis Sprague

Hi, I served with the small helicopter detachment at tempelhof from 1971 to 1972. I served as a Crew Chief(67N20)on board the UH1D's. If you served in the unit at that time, then drop a line or two. It was pretty good duty!
11.03.2013, 23:26
Mark Valley

89-92 Served with 42nd Engineers at Andrews and my last year at DEH JOC Section. Would like to hear from anyone I served with.
05.03.2013, 03:06
Sharon Worthington

I served in Berlin from April 1974 to August 1976. I was the first female radio operator that worked the duty train. I worked under Sgt. Jones in the Radio Room. Have alot of wonderful memories of Berlin!! When I was leaving Berlin to go home, he found out there were 5 more girls coming in!! All he did was shake his head and ask himself "what am I going to do with 5 of them?" lol I paved the way!! haha
03.03.2013, 14:24

My dad, Arlester McCray was in Berlin 1972-74. I think he worked in
DEH, not sure. He has a plaque that says thank you from Military Personel E and I division Berlin Brigade.
If u have any info I would be grateful
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