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#82
28.01.2009, 03:17
Larry Parker
EMail: purpleheartpark@msn.com 

I was the Recreation Officer and Director of Community Activities from 1987-1992. Yeh, It was I who put the Beer Mugs in the Harnack House to help sell more draft beer, Berliner Kindl. Living there was a Hoot!! Too Bad we had to get "Dipstick Al Baker", Col,CofS who ruined it for everybody. I don't think the Army even gave him an assignment after Berlin.
#81
25.01.2009, 22:54
David Sharbutt
EMail: sharbutt1@yahoo.com 

Great website and photos! I visited Berlin several times in the 70's-80's and visited Andrews Barracks. I had a friend who was an officer in the LSSAH there before WWII. I understand that the complex is up for sale on the Internet.

Retired USMC Officer
#80
22.01.2009, 19:06
Terry D. Hanson
EMail: tdhanson2002@yahoo.com 

Hello,
I was stationed at Templeholf from 1966 to 1968.
I was in the 7350th Security Police Squadron. I have so many memories and had many a good friend at Templeholf. I have always wanted yo go back, but money and age keeps me from doing that. I wish I had that time in my life to do all over again. Good luck to you all and God Bless !!! Sgt. Terry D. Hanson
#79
14.01.2009, 17:49
John Cox
EMail: John.Cox@millersville.edu 

I was stationed at Templehof in 1974 and 1975 and was first assigned to Det. 3, 7350th Air Base Group, and later to the 6912th Security Squadron. If you remember me, I'd enjoy hearing from you.
#78
04.01.2009, 15:05
David J Peedle
EMail: evad1217@aol.com 

I was stationed with the 42nd Engineers at Andrews Barracks in 1970 and 1971. I would love to hear from some of my old buddys while there. Jerome Markowicz, Don Ethridge, Phil Suzie, Andrus Udruss.
ICH BIN EIN BERLINER!!
#77
03.01.2009, 15:56
John G. Hurtuk , MSgt., USAF, Ret.
EMail: hailmary5@yahoo.com 

Happy New Year! I'm on holiday
vacation from work and am daydreaming about the time I spent in Berlin. I was stationed at TCA twice, 73-76 and 83-86. I was also stationed at Wiesbaden AB in a mobile TAC unit 78-80. I was an AC&W Radar Repairman.
As I look back, it almost seemed as if it never happend, but being in Germany in my 20's and 30's was definitely one of the high points of my life! The architecture and history of the city (Berlin) and Tempelhof Airport (even though the mayor officially closed it last year) and Germany continue to fascinate me today at 61 years of age. Some of the people I knew were Steve Wind, Veneski?, Joe De La Rosa, Capt. Traub, Eugene Hayes, MSgt. Waldrop, Gary Walker the Bartlett's. I really thank God that I was so blessed to have experienced so interesting and exciting an adventure as living in Berlin and Germany during the 70's and 80's. May God bless all of those I've mentioned and even those whose names I've forgotten, but will some day see again!
Contact me at 216-429-1437 or my email address!
#76
03.01.2009, 05:59
Roger Sweat
EMail: rsweat@comcast.net 

I was a member of the 1946 Communications Squadron worked in the BARTCC as an Air Traffic Controller from Oct 82 to Oct 1988. Had a Great time in Berlin
#75
28.12.2008, 13:31
larry crowder
EMail: larrygc2003@yahoo.com 

I was stationed in Berlin from 1975 until 1977 and in H&S Company. I worked in the com-center at "the hill" as as a trick chief and attempted to play and coach softball. I learned to play a lot better years later unfortunately.

Among my friends that I thought highly of there were Harry Tillman, Bobby Bishop, Tom Lynch, Jim Bryant, John Iindermill, Wayne Brindley, Lana Cullison, Robin Hill and Trish Myers.

I am retired and a grandfather with nothing to do but think of the good old days and Berlin is one of my fondest memories of the 26 years I spent in the military. God bless all of you whereever you are.
#74
28.12.2008, 13:25
larry crowder
EMail: larrygc2003@yahoo.com 

I was stationed in Berlin from 1975 until 1977 and in H&S Company. I work in the com-center at "the hill" as as a trick chief and attempted to play and coach softball. I learned to play a lot better years later unfortunately.

Among my friends that I thought highly of there were Harry Tillman, Bobby Bishop, Tom Lynch, Jim Bryant, John Iindermill, Wayne Brindley, Lana Cullison, R
#73
28.12.2008, 03:11
Martin Rodriguez
EMail: rodriguez528@aol.com 

I reported to Berlin in Apr 72 and left Oct 73. I was 19 when I reported and left at 21 years of age. I was assigned to Maintenance Platoon HHC 3rd Bn 6th Infantry. When I pulled up the website it sure brought back memories. I learned a lot during that time. I went on to serve in the Army Reserve and retired Coast Guard for a total of 28 years of service Thanks for the memories.
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