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#331
27.03.2012, 05:55
Robert Muto
EMail: E12b40@aol.com 

In Berlin from 1982....left 1991 was in 42nd eng....loved it. Married a Berliner go back all the time sad to see base in current state..but great menories
#330
12.03.2012, 15:00
Chris Hoover
EMail: jcassh@comcast.net 

HHC 2-6 Commo 68-69
Returned to Berlin twice since.
1972 while kicking around Europe between semesters in college and last Oct.-Nov.. I rented a flat off Craigslist for 3.5 weeks 1 block from Nollendorf UBahn station. Continues to be the most exciting city in Europe. If you go, don't miss the Flohmarkt in die Mauerpark. Tip.
You can make your own curry wurst. Zeisner and Knorrs makes curry catchup. Good pork wursts and fresh curry powder. Just like the back gate!!!
#329
12.03.2012, 14:55
Chris Hoover
EMail: jcassh@comcast.net 

HHC 2-6 Commo 69-69
Returned to Berlin twice since.
1972 while kicking around Europe between semesters in college and last Oct.-Nov.. I rented a flat off Craigslist for 3.5 weeks 1 block from Nollendorf UBahn station. Continues to be the most exciting city in Europe. If you go, don't miss the Flohmarkt in die Mauerpark. Tip.
You can make your own curry wurst. Zeisner and Knorrs makes curry catchup. Good pork wursts and fresh curry powder. Just like the back gate!!!
#328
03.03.2012, 13:09
Tim Hall
EMail: tim.hall@eu.dodea.edu 

Worked at DEH in EP&S in the JOC section. Very fond memories of Berlin! Left in 1993 after a ten year stay. Went to work for USACE in the West.
#327
29.02.2012, 04:25
D. G. D.
EMail: sagerdgd@bellsouth.net 

My father was stationed in Berlin from 1956-58. Those times were some of the most astounding times of my life. The demands of the military, political and diplomatic duties and functions were amazing to witness and occasionaly participate in. His job as CG Berlin Brigade allowed me to witness world events in a profoundly different way, and gave me an enduring appreation of Freedom, both political and personal. My Father passed in 2005 at the age of 95. One of his fondest memories was the ceromonies in 1994 and the kind welcome and recognition after so many years.

George T. Duncan (Maj Gen deceased) USMA 1932 Retired 1967
#326
26.02.2012, 19:40
IVAN L WINNER
EMail: ivan.winner@us.army.mil 

i was too station in Berlin, 1971-1975 work at the BDE COMCENTER and live at Andrews compound util i got married and my daughter was born in Berlin 1972
#325
22.02.2012, 01:24
Mark Lemmer
EMail: mdlemmer@quadcomp.com  Homepage: http://quadcomp.com

Served 8/74-6/76 at the Mcnair but don't remember much except (we all know why)spandau prison (remember his goose step and guard tower 4?), french comando s hool, reforger, I stashed a few things in the false ceiling on the top floor overlooking the gate.
#324
21.02.2012, 18:57
Jay Abraham
EMail: jabraham@pacbell.net 

I was stationed in Berlin from 1984 to 1986, Signal Support Co.
Lived at Andrews Barracks, was the best time in the Army.
Thanks for hosting this website!
#323
25.01.2012, 01:47
amanda
EMail: ayenglin@yahoo.com 

hello i was wondering if you ad any contactinformation on gail halvorsen. will you please heilp me out i have a research paper for mmy eight grade class and i ws wondering if you had any info. please help:) thankyou mahalo
#322
16.01.2012, 07:05
Raymond Curtis
EMail: rgcurtis@longfibre.com 

Served in Berlin from 91-94 with the 287th Military Police. Patrol Supervisor and MP Desk Sergeant. Loved the Duty and the City. Keep the memories alive. To much great history to forget.
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