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#70
11.12.2008, 06:35
Kevin Carey
EMail: Smiley710@verizon.net 

I had the pleasure to be a member of two units with a great military history.The 82nd Airborne Division and the Berlin Brigade. After leaving Fort Bragg I was told im going to Berlin,but I still had no idea what journey I was about to take.I loved the 82nd Airborne but I will never forget Berlin.I still have life long friends I met there who I see continually.My daughter was born in Berlin and is now twenty years old.Upon ETS I tried sone reserves but it was not the same.I spent ten years in the military and dont regret a day.Since leaving the military I have been in lawenforcement. I am a Metropolitan Police Officer in DC.There are several Police Officers in DC who are Berlin Veterans still holding a "Unique" status.To my "Law East of the Elbe Brothers/Sisters I pray you are well. 287th Military Police are now state side"God bless them to carry on what we started.To Berlin Chapter #99 ,E W Armstrong #145 members,E P Jones Cammandery,Deary Vaugh Knights Templar and Taharka Temple#207,God bless you all and Like 9-11 NEVER FORGET "LABELLS" and PAN AM FlIGHT 103. To all who served in Berlin "Iche Ben Ine Berlin"
#69
09.12.2008, 18:35
Timothy Day
EMail: t.day1@cox.net 

Nice web page. I was stationed at Andrews Barracks in 1969-70. I was with the 592nd Sig Co. we shared the same building as our barracks. I was also a life guard at the indoor swimming pool.
Brings back a lot of great memories.
#68
25.11.2008, 01:52
John Kossuch
EMail: JKSleeper1@aol.com 

Company clerk at Service Company, 1969-1971 also served in clerical position Battalion HQ, Service Company
#67
24.11.2008, 17:37
howard holland
EMail: h-hollnd@yahoo.com 

just found this site.i was with A com. honor guard. and with maj.Seabore,chaplin,also with e&i div.i became a gotfather to a cilivain who worked as a guard at E&I. his daughter should be around 35. can use any information.
#66
14.11.2008, 06:33
Richard Galloway
EMail: ncfriends@ctc.net 

I pulled up the website from a Google search for Tempelhof. I was in Berlin from July '68 through Aug '71 with the USAF 6912th Security Sqdn. Lived at TCA and worked at the Marienfelde site. Definitely enjoyed the opportunity to live in the city and travel to other parts of Europe. The pizza at Renato's Bar was the best.
#65
12.11.2008, 01:38
John J. Salamida
EMail: JJS@nycap.rr.com 

I was at Andrews Barracks Nov 63-Feb 66 with the 78th Army Security Agency. I'd love to hear from anyone who served with me there. This makes me want to dig out the old pictures.
#64
09.11.2008, 00:12
Richard McGiffin
EMail: rchrdmcgiffin@yahoo.com 

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.
#63
06.11.2008, 22:10
Bryan Duckett
EMail: bryan@duckettphoto.com  Homepage: http://www.berlinbrats.org

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 bryan@duckettphoto.com. 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 www.BerlinBrats.org 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!
#62
01.11.2008, 07:37
Larry Laney
EMail: larrylaney53@yahoo.com 

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.
#61
28.10.2008, 03:53
MAJ Robert E. Schneider (Retired)
EMail: robert.e.schneider@us.army.mil 

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.
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