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#42
05.08.2008, 02:40
mike andis
EMail: mandis@insightbb.com 

i was stationed at 42 nd engineers maintance group from june 1970 thru july 1972. i have misplaced all addresses and names i had . Berlin had some fantastic memories and i would love to hear from anyone that was there at the same time. some day i would like to return and see all that has changed. thank you for this website. it is really nice.
#41
03.08.2008, 02:09
Richard McGiffin
EMail: richa@chibardun.net 

I was with the 287th MP's from 3/13/1972 to 9/4/1975. I worked CPC, ACA, and Patrols, My Berliner Wife and I were marred at Andrews Chapel on 5/3/1975. I will always remember West Berlin, and the wonderful Berliners I met there.
#40
03.08.2008, 01:16
Dennis Tourville
EMail: azdtourville@yahoo.com 

At Andrews Barracks 5/68 to 9/69 with the 592nd - Forward Platoon. I "really" enjoyed the pictures. Berlin is a part of my past that I will ALWAYS remember.
#39
29.07.2008, 04:07
Richard Reikowsky
EMail: r_reikowsky@yahoo.com 

I was stationed in the Andrews Kaserne with USASAFSB. I worked up the hill at Teufelsberg. I'm trying to find others from 65 to 68. I think the site that I've been directed to here is a great one and I'm using it to jog my memory about things in my past. Great to be here.
#38
17.07.2008, 17:23
Ben L. Karr
EMail: bkarr@brierley.com  Homepage: http://www.brierley.com

What a neat website! I found it by doing a random search on the internet and it "made my day".

I was assigned to the Berlin Brigade Finance Office from March, 1967 through August 1968. I was assigned to an Administrative Company housed at Andrews Barracks but I lived one block away (Kadettenweg 69) on the street that went to the main entrance of Andrews Barracks.

My Berlin experiences were life-changing as they opened the eyes of a young Texan to our vast world and its history.

I have returned to Berlin at least one time in each of the four decades since being stationed there. My last trip was a bit bittersweet because the Lichterfelde area is starting to show some signs of decay as is the now closed Berlin Brigade Headquarters facility on Clayallee.

Overall, Berlin has not lost its charm and it is as "vibrant" a city as exists on the planet!
#37
16.07.2008, 03:22
Ron Olson
EMail: rolson12@verizon.net 

Served in Berlin 1973-1976. Was assigned to HHC Berlin Bde, Andrews Compound and attached to Co F 40th Armor. I was assigned to Co F 40th Armor to pick-up new arrivals to Berlin at the Duty Train and take them to Co F, 40th Armor for breakfast.

I worked in Personnel Management at BDE HQ.

Best time ever.
#36
11.07.2008, 10:27
LEN GREGORY OR {BAMA}
EMail: imbama@netzero.net 

Served in the 43 Chemical Det. and then in Fox Co. 40 Th Armor as NBC NCO from 1997 TO 1990.Loved it there and would love to see it know
#35
29.06.2008, 17:27
charles g. hilsky
EMail: cghilsky@yahoo.com 

Dear Achim, Great web site,always enjoy looking at it. Berlin 1953 to 1955.
#34
22.06.2008, 16:24
ROBERT WOOD
EMail: BOHO1010@HOTMAIL.COM 

SERVED AT MC NAIR FROM 64 TO 67 HQ 4/18 SUPPORT PLATOON,STOOD GUARD AT SPANDAU PRISON AND WAS ON THE COLOR GUARD ,UNION UNIFORM OF 1865 .MANY MANY FOND MEMORIES OF THE FELLOWSHIP OF OUR SOLDIERS,DROVE APC HQ 98 MOST OF THE TIME.
#33
20.06.2008, 05:00
Ron Forward
EMail: rforward@cox.net 

Served as Train Commander from July '78 to January '79 and TMP Ops Officer until June '81. Am still in touch with SFC Ray Tharp, MAJ David Petta and LT Greg McCorkle. Loved our tour and have been back several times - what a great city!
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