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12.12.2009, 18:22
Tim Day

Nice trip through the past. I was in the 592nd Sig Co 1969-70, and in the summer of 1969 I was a lifeguard at the pool. That was the best time of my life, and I hope to return to Berlin before I pass on.
11.12.2009, 13:44
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Ich finde den Aufbau der Seite sehr gut. Macht weiter so.
04.12.2009, 21:43
dan maccracken

USACC 1982-1983

long live 1SG Nat E Jones
Death to Maj Braddock
01.12.2009, 09:40
Dave Speener

The photos on this site are special to me. They take me back to 1973 when I was just 18 years old, and bring back fond memories that I will cherish always.

Thank you so much!
29.11.2009, 15:52
James McNamara, CMSgt, USAF (Ret)

Great web site - Berlin was one of the best assignments I had in 28 years active duty. I was in the 1946CS at TCA from 1975 to 1978, working in Radar Maintenance and then Maintenance Quality Control. While I was there, my mother was working in a NH country store whose owner had been at Tempelhof during the airlift. He and I have swapped stories a number of times. If anyone from those days reads this, his name in George Gardner MacLeay.

To this day, I believe Berlin to be the one of neatest cities I've ever lived in, second perhaps to Boston.
25.11.2009, 03:17
Mark Smith

If your around the week of 3/12/2009 I would like to buy you a beer or two. Thanks for what you have done for all of us with your site.
25.11.2009, 02:30
Mark Smith

Served with the 287 (sep) MP company. Did all the usual and received the AARcom for capturing the most wanted person in germany at the time, 1975-1976. Heading back on 12/3/2009 would love to hear from some "P"s or otherwise.....
24.11.2009, 10:30
Kristen Lisa Heard

My dad was stationed at McNair Barracks and so was my first love Jeff. I went back there this weekend and I had a real hard time fighting the tears. We had the time of our lifes in the greatest city of the world - I agree on what Tim Brown wrote. Yes, we all are a special part of a very special history... God bless you all.
19.11.2009, 16:55
Laurence Linden

I was a Train Commander, Sept. 61 to June 63, then assg to Co F, 40th Armor.These were heady times, The wall was constructed, we had a face-off at CP Charlie, the US reinforced Berlin with an additional Battle Group. The best assignment of my Army Career.
17.11.2009, 22:12
Steve Morgan

1968-1970 McNair Barracks. Member of the Berlin Bears football team, who kicked butt and took names. Looking for some of those teammates, Brad Baker, Jerry Bayers, Coach Robinson and many other teamates who played in the first ever GI Superbowl against the Champion Air Force team. Stan Walker and I were the captains.I remember one hell of a boxer, Shoebox Brown who played with us too! If anyone remembers those times please email me. Sorry i dont have all the military stories alot of you tell in here, but Berlin was a great experience for me and the other guys from all around the United States I met and enjoyed their friendship.
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