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09.11.2008, 00:12
Richard McGiffin

I was with the 287th MP Co. from Mar-1972 thru Sep-1975. I worked at Check Point Charlie, ACA, and Patrol, My wife is a BERLINER,we were marred at Andrews, in 1975. I loved my time in W.Berlin, and the W.Berliners I met.
06.11.2008, 22:10
Bryan Duckett
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I was a Berlin Brat from 1980-83. My father was Det-A. If anyone reading this message was either a Brat or had Brats that attended Berlin American High School, or Thomas A Roberts School, please contact me at The Berlin Brats Alumni Association is having their next reunion in 2009, and we would like to find missing Brats. More Information can be found at and tell them Bryan Duckett sent you! Danke und Guttentag!

I have one request. If anyone knows whom "Cole Sports Center" is named after, please send me an email... once again, Danke!
01.11.2008, 07:37
Larry Laney

I was stationed in Berlin 1971 to 1973. Was At McNair Kaserne through May of 72 when I transferred into Allied Staff Berlin. December 1972 went back to McNair and was there until I left in 1973. I remember the currywurst and the best pizza was at Franks Pig Pen not too far from Andrews. Would like to hear from anyone stationed there at that time.
28.10.2008, 03:53
MAJ Robert E. Schneider (Retired)

Hello, I'm a military brat, that once live in Berlin with my father Edward G. Schneider a former maintenance Warrent Office assigned to the 40th Armor from 1966 - 1969. I was looking for someone who may have served with him during that period. Please send me an email. I have a unit photo I would like to share with anyone that response.
26.10.2008, 02:07
Eric Clippinger

Served 67 to 70. Last assignment at Battalion HQ Andrews Barracks. SSG E6. My wife and 18 year old daughter were in Berlin in June 08. Wow! How different! When I left in 70 I knew every street and alley and could get anywhere by car. This year I couldn't find my way accross the street. No Old ruins and vacant lots, the trees are all huge and there are so many cars! Berlin is so vibrant and beautiful today that I was amazed and gratified by the evolution. We were there for three days and had no disappointments!
19.10.2008, 02:09
Vic (BIG AL ) Alvarez
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Very,VERY GOOD work,,,good job. Looking for ALL BERLIN REDLEGS!!! E-320 and C/94 soldiers. Please contact me for more info on our web site and reuion. Thanks all,, BIG AL
30.09.2008, 14:52
Stan Stewart
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Was in Berlin from Aug 76 until Aug 93 Retired from U.S. Army Sig Co in Dec 1980 as 1SG. Lots of fond memories Hi to all.
26.09.2008, 06:29

I enjoyed looking at this site. I was assigned to USAFSB from April 1984 to April 1988. I worked on the hill at Teufelsberg for 3 years and on Andrews for 1 year. I loved Berlin.
25.09.2008, 19:38
Deb Turner

WOW looks like you had a great day for your celebration.
Sure wish I could have been there. All the best to all of you.
25.09.2008, 17:01
Richard "Mr. G" Gadarian

Helloooooo all. A wonderful web site. Congratulations to Achim for remembering.

First tour in Berlin 1953-1955, second 1959-1962 and last 1973-1977, retired and went to work for the Hqs Comdt as Property Book Officer (an LN position). Retired in 1994 after the Berlin Command closed it's doors. All in all spent 37 years in Berlin and consider Berlin my home town (I'm a New Yorker-city that is).
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