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05.11.2009, 06:53
Mark Wininger

Berlin was the best assignment I ever had. I was with "C" Trick, FSB with ASA and worked on the hill from '74-76. These were the tallest doors I ever had for a room and so much history under our foot steps every day.
01.11.2009, 00:39
The Cap...

Was assigned to the Potsdam house on teh east side of Berlin along with about 7 or 8 others. We raelly were like spies with our black cars and hidden cameras. Best time ever 12 - 15 east german marks to every dollar. We lived the good life Parties evry night
30.10.2009, 22:02
Allen Shisler
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I was the Assistant S-3 and S-1 during LTC White command of the 4/502nd from Sep 1987 to October 1988.
29.10.2009, 19:21
James McArdle

I was stationed in Berlin from 1986 ~ was the best time of my life. Riding the train and bus all around at all hours of the day. Kabobs across the street and the was awesome.!!!
28.10.2009, 22:12
Sgt Mark Richter

I served in 2nd Btn, HHC, and in B Co, 2nd Btn, 1965 to 1967. Loved Berlin, Best duty in the army.
19.10.2009, 23:10
Mike Yuknus

I was the last USAF Medic to re-up behind the Iron Curtain
Back in 1970. I noticed they had Col Halvorsen as coming back in 1971 but I'm here to tell you He reinlisted me in
1970. I was in the 7350th down at the crash rescue station. 1969-1971
19.10.2009, 03:41
john prosise
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43 chem.det. I was there 87'-91' best time of my mil. time. and a shout out to the yanks rugby team. and i mis al mulinos's food. and doner kabobs,,it cant be found here. to all my freinds,,stay in touch!!
15.10.2009, 15:33
vernon anderson

I was station in berlin from 1976-1978 2/6 inf. csc 4.2 plt. I always heard of berlin, but never thought that i would be station there.It was the best time of my life.The people,the food and the wall.
08.10.2009, 23:02
"Ernst V".
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I served with "Detachment A" in pre-wall Berlin from February 1958 to August 1959. The gang was originally housed at McNair, not far from the AMEXO office but was later moved to Andrews Barracks, in the building just behind the movie theater. Those were exciting and even historical days. 'Good duty and very good off-duty time too, what with evening forays to such as The Lauterplatz on Haupt Strasse or the more up-scale Resi Bar, with it's live orchestra, water show, table-to-table telephones and the wonderful pneumatic tube written message-sending system. I heard recently that it burned down in the 80's and an apartmet building now sits on the site. 'Been back a few times before the wall came down, and usually stayed at the Berlin Hilton (now the Intercotinental Berlin Hotel} next to the zoo. 'Probby couldn't afford that now, what with the weakening dollar. Berlin remains my most favorite city.
01.10.2009, 04:30
rick churchill (msg retired)

served in Berlin from jan 77 to feb 81. stationed at andrews,A co FSB. loved the city!lived on the economy ate to many currywurst and walked miles just seeing the city. Had two sons while there. Been back two times (while in reserves) city has changed but not the memories.
I miss old friends,the job, and the city. God bless
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