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#251
26.01.2011, 02:05
Robert Barker
EMail: northern_imager@live.com  Homepage: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=34982&id=100000380301868&l=dea976e9d2

On your homepage when I click on the link to the U.S. Army Hospital I get the error message: Not Found The requested URL / was not found on this server.

Do you have any photos of the old hospital compound that faced on Unter den Eichen? I served there from 22 Oct 1969 to 27 Dec 1970.
#250
26.01.2011, 01:46
Robert Barker
EMail: northern_imager@live.com  Homepage: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=512120&l=948fa7afe6&id=100000380301868

Mr. Stangmann,

I served at the U.S. Army 279th Station Hospital, Berlin on Unter den Eichen in the Medical Records Office of the Registrar Division from 22 Oct 1969 to 27 Dec 1970.

Over the past several months with the help of Reinhard I have been attempting to reconstruct the layout of the U.S. Army Hospital compound on Unter den Eichen as it looked in the 60’s and 70’s until it was closed and the new hospital opened in 1976 when it was returned to the city of Berlin.

Using my photos, a vintage layout of the hospital compound dating several decades before it was in the custody of the U.S. Army, a satellite view of the present compound, now owned by 'BAM' (Bundesamt fuer Materialpruefung), and the help of Reinhard I have attempted reconstruct the layout of the compound as it appeared in the 60’s to when it closed in 1976. If you care to do so, to evaluate my attempt and from your own memories or documentation to confirm and/or correct my reconstructed layout. I'd appreciate any help you could give me. Thanks
#249
21.01.2011, 12:07
Marvin pratt
EMail: z1prattz@yahoo.com 

I was a member of the 287th mp co from 82-85.The awesome friends That I had can not ever be duplicated..
#248
16.01.2011, 23:22
Joyce Clark Mallon
EMail: jjjmall@aol.com 

Thank you for making this information available. I grew up as a military dependent and don't have as many pictures as I would like. I visited Berlin in 2008 as part of the Berlin American High School alumni reunion group. There is so much that has changed. I am appreciative that I can revisit some of those former places through this website.
#247
12.01.2011, 16:54
Jud Cargile
EMail: judcargile@msn.com 

I served with D 6-502nd from 91-93. Lots of Memories!
#246
11.01.2011, 21:29
l. h. merchat, former tech5


served 72-75 nice place wizard- nick name given to me while there
#245
09.01.2011, 03:37
Armand (Lee) LE FORT
EMail: jaxjock@bellsouth.net 

During my 31 years in the Army, my only tour in Germany was with Allied Staff Berlin at the Olympic Stadium from Jun 68 to Jun 71. It was a great place to serve in the Army.
#244
06.01.2011, 21:17
Harold Branch
EMail: harold.b.branch@us.army.mil 

This brings back so many memories. I was in HHC BB and worked in G3 from 1972-1973. My oldest son was born in Berlin hospital.I was at Andrews for formation. The pictures are so vivid.
#243
05.01.2011, 23:30
Ron Whittemore
EMail: rwhittemore@cityofindustry.org 

I was stationed in West Berlin from 1969 to 1971 and was assigned to the 287th MP Co. The last few months I worked at HHC at Andrews Barracks. Great duty...my wife and I went back in 2005.
#242
03.01.2011, 01:17
Dominic (Mick) Donato
EMail: micanelle@mail.com 

I was sattioned at Andrews in the 7773 Sig. Sv. Bn.as a radio operator. I worked on the convoys to Brunsweig in the radio truck.Later, I worked at BMP.
Anybody out there remember that far back ?
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