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Clayton Winston from Virginia wrote at September 18, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1980-1983 | Unit: 3/32 Armor | Company, Battery or Troop: C CO | Other: HHC 3AD | Comment: 3AD was a great experience and provided me a foundation that help me grow and develope as a soldier.
James L. Rosenberry (Rosie) from Killeen Tx. 1705 S. 2nd St. wrote at September 18, 2014:
Service: years 1981-1989 | Years: years 1981-1989 | Unit: HHC/ D co. | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC/ D co. | Other: NA | Comment: looking for Sgt. De Boses Plus all others that spent time in the 23rd.
Mike Egan from New Jersey wrote at September 15, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1980-1981 | Unit: 1/36 Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC | Other: | Comment: Just want to say hey to fellow soldiers from that time period
Evan Lawson from Georgia wrote at September 12, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1955-1958 | Unit: 37th AIB | Company, Battery or Troop: B | Other: 52ARB | Comment: I am looking for any information about the 3ad Boxing Team from 1956. Any one with info. please contact me.
Joseph Murgatroyd from South Carolina wrote at September 12, 2014:
Service: Cold war | Years: 1976 - 1978 | Unit: 2/32 Armor | Company, Battery or Troop: B | Other: | Comment: Anyone else out there served at Ayers Kaserne (The Rock)
John Didyoung from Florida wrote at September 11, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: Sept 1958 to Nov 1960 | Unit: 503rd Avn | Company, Battery or Troop: Company | Other: | Comment: We had the first H-13s with mounted 30cal machineguns with a 1500 round maqazine under the carrage
Jaime Diaz from Cidra. Puerto Rico wrote at September 10, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1974-1978 | Unit: HHB, 1st Bn, 40th FA Regt. | Company, Battery or Troop: Francois Kaserne | Other: | Comment: Served in the Bn S-3 Operations under MAJ Zelley, 1SG Turner, SSG Dodd, SGT Canterbury from July 1974 thru Feb 1978. My CO was CPT Akob. I believe that the Bn CO was LTC Emacio. The best job I ever had in my life. All for one...
Joel pack from PA wrote at September 3, 2014:
Service: cold war-desert storm | Years: Nov 86- DEC 89 | Unit: HHC 3/36 inf C CO 5/5 cav | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC & C Co | Other: | Comment: I was in HHC FROM NOV 86 TO EARLY 1989 WHEN I WAS XFERED TO CHARLIE CO. I REMEMBER THE TRIBBLE PATCH KIDS. He encouraged forcefully everyone in the unit to cut their hair like his. Hence the Tribble patch kids. I would most b remembered from when I was in HHC, I was a driver for the common plt. (Packman) I hung out mostly with Reynolds scott. And Brandon, clark, maroquin, my wife used to hang out at the snack bar with our new daughter in her car seat rocker, and read all the time Blonde hair blue eyes. Everyone knew her she was hot "then" if u don't remember me you'll remember her. I would really like to find Mike Gauette. Not sure what Co he was in he was from Boston had a GF named Darlene. I used to mess with his accent he would say Da lene. Anyway email me i miss all you guys. PS I was the guy always talking shit.
Gary Cool from GA. U.S.A. wrote at August 30, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1971-1974 | Unit: 1-32 AR | Company, Battery or Troop: C | Other: | Comment: M 60 Tanker , 1st Plt.

Bandits!
Robert Brakel from Florida wrote at August 30, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1970 - 1973 | Unit: 32 armor Div | Company, Battery or Troop: Charley | Other: | Comment: Stationed in Friedberg Germany from 8/1/70 thru 3/1/73 3rd platoon company C. Nickname ( BK ). I made a lot of friends and have some unforgettable memories. Wish we could all get together again. Miss all of you and think of you often.
CSM (R) Milton J. Grant III from USA wrote at August 25, 2014:
Service: Desert Shield/Storm | Years: 1988-1991 | Unit: 1/48 Inf Transition to 4/18 Inf (M) | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC | Other: | Comment: The honor of a lifetime to serve with the 4th Bn 18th Inf (M). We knew not what to expect when we departed for Southwest Asia in December 1990, but we soon discovered the true meaning of words like family, honor, and respect. "Vanguard forever" "Battle Ready".

Milton J. Grant III CSM (R), USA
Steve Azevedo from Minnesota wrote at August 21, 2014:
Service: cold war | Years: 1975-1977 | Unit: 122 Maint. Bn. | Company, Battery or Troop: Echo Co. | Other: | Comment: Served at Gelnhausen in the Armament Plt. Looking for guys who were in my squad. Jelle,Reader,Flash-you guys out there somewhere??
SFC Thomas S. Pessini Retired from Garrett County, Maryland wrote at August 20, 2014:
Service: "Cold War" | Years: 1973-1976 | Unit: 143 Signal Battalion | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC | Other: | Comment: I am an author writing espoinage suspense thrillers, and my third novel, November Spies deals with the 3 and 1/2 days we faced off with the Warsaw Pact forces in 1974. What I need is those three days; they are not listed on the 3rd AD time-line, nor does the Pentagon have any info although my POC at the Pentagon has declasified the event so I can write about it. My web site is www.booksbytspessini.com. Thanks for any assistance you can provide. I was a 31 juliet working in the Commcenter at Drake/Edwards Kasrne when the presidential orders came across our TTYs. I remember a comment made by one of the guys in my unit when they returned, "I knew it wasn't an exercise when the armorer issued out live ammo and hand grenades."
Jim Licari from Wisconsin wrote at August 18, 2014:
Service: Viet-Nam | Years: 1966-1969 | Unit: 36 Inf. (Mech) | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC | Other: | Comment: Radio operator HHC 36 Mech Inf. 1966-1967.
Went from there to Viet-nam.
ETS 1969, SSG. Drill Sgt. Ft Campbell, KY
Jerry J. Middleton from Georgia wrote at August 13, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1970-1973 | Unit: HHC 2/36 Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC | Other: | Comment: Does anyone know of SFC Julian Fagen or where he now? He served in HHC 2/36Inf Commo from 69 to 72. Last contact was in the 80's and he was somewhere in Ala.
William Thompson from Wyoming, USA wrote at August 10, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1960-1962 | Unit: 2/36 Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: 1st plt D co | Other: | Comment: Served with some good troops at that time. Some fine
Officers and NCO's (Dco Commander Captain Price and
1st sergeant Curtis H Gordon) to name a few.If anyone
from that time is still around, it would be good to hear
from them.
William Thompson from Wyoming, USA wrote at August 10, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1960-1962 | Unit: 2/36 Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: 1st plt D co | Other: | Comment: Served with some good troops at that time. Some fine
Officers and NCO's (Dco Commander Captain Price and
1st sergeant Curtis H Gordon) to name a few.If anyone
from that time is still around, it would be good to hear
from them.
wallace wenzel from united kingdom wrote at August 9, 2014:
Service: cold war | Years: 1966-1969 | Unit: , 2/33 Ar, | Company, Battery or Troop: C Company, 1st plt | Other: | Comment: Thank you for accepting my membership, have been a member of the facebook page for about a year no w.I was browsing the members list an found a guy that was in my platoon in 1966, Eugene Gleason, lives in Bridgeston, NJ. would love to catch up. do you have an e-mail address that you can send me. thank you wally wenzel
Gregory N Brungardt from Kansas wrote at August 3, 2014:
Service: | Years: 1984-1985 | Unit: 3/61 ADA | Company, Battery or Troop: C Battery | Other: | Comment: Some of my fondest memories were with my brothers in arms.
Kenneth J Mercer from Maryland wrote at August 1, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1983-1987 | Unit: 3/12 Cav | Company, Battery or Troop: C Troop / HHT | Other: | Comment: A great time in my life.

Searching for MSG Beatty, SSG MaGee, Cpt Anderson
Joe greene from pa wrote at July 31, 2014:
Service: cld wae | Years: 55-58 | Unit: 83rd recon | Company, Battery or Troop: d | Other: 3/12 cav | Comment: A most memorable time of my life
.Remember alerts,inspections,and trips to Graf
figure we spent 2 out of 3 yrs in the field.
Still kickin scouts out
Chester Osgood from Alabama wrote at July 30, 2014:
Service: cold war | Years: 196-63 | Unit: Co C 3rd ARB 51st Inf Sullivan Barracks Mannheim Germany and also at Butzbach Germany. | Company, Battery or Troop: Co c 3rd | Other: | Comment:
robert wilson from ma. wrote at July 28, 2014:
Service: cold war | Years: 1962-1964 | Unit: 503 s&t bn. | Company, Battery or Troop: B co. | Other: | Comment: Was a mechanic in B co.'s motor pool under Sgt. Casey.
Don Chandler from Kentucky wrote at July 24, 2014:
Service: Cold War and Desert Storm | Years: 1988-1992 | Unit: A/23 Engineer Bn | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: Many fond memories of being with the Spearhead Division in Germany
Walter Clements from Kentucky wrote at July 22, 2014:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1990 1991 | Unit: 3/8 th Cav | Company, Battery or Troop: Alpha Company | Other: 1/70 armor 7th ID Fort Polk/Fort Hood | Comment: Hello to all my fellow Spearheaders.
Evan Lawson from Georgia wrote at July 22, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1955-1958 | Unit: 37th AIB | Company, Battery or Troop: Company B | Other: 2nd Armoed Rifle Bn. 52nd Infantry | Comment: Vey good reunion in Nashville, wish there had been more Infantry there. Come on Queen of Battle Lets lead.
Harry Doc Begley from Kentucky wrote at July 20, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1976-1979 | Unit: D-122MT 76-77 HQ/LM 122MT 77-79 | Company, Battery or Troop: D CO. HQ/LM CO. | Other: | Comment: Started out at The ROCK as a 63H20. Ended up in Hanau/Fliegerhorst Kaserne as BN XO's driver/Maj. Beard-Maj. Hair. Also courier driver.
William Harold from Tennessee wrote at July 16, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1967-1968 | Unit: 2/32 Armored Division | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC | Other: | Comment: Served at Ayers Kaserne HHC/S-3 late 1967 to late 1968. I went by "Bill". Achieved the rank of Sgt E-5, discharged late 1968. I did a variety of duties at S-3; Jeep driver, 113 track driver. I would love to hear from Calantonio.
Tommy Favors from GA wrote at July 15, 2014:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1991 | Unit: 4th Battalion, 34th Armor | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC/D Co Maintenance | Other: | Comment: "TRUE SOLDIER"
Kenneth G. Kortendick from Wisconsin wrote at July 4, 2014:
Service: Korea | Years: 1952 1954 | Unit: | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: Com A 761st Batt Fort Knok KyWhat happend | Comment: What can I do to get more infomation about my buddies
Carlton brooks from Texas wrote at July 1, 2014:
Service: cold war | Years: 1977_1980 | Unit: | Company, Battery or Troop: b.co 503rd supply&transport Bjorn | Other: | Comment:
Marion Chard from MI wrote at June 18, 2014:
Service: WWII | Years: | Unit: 23rd Armored Engineer Bn | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: Trying to help someone locate information on a Robert Mathieson who served in WWII. He has acquired Captain Mathieson's uniform with the engineer castles and the 3rd Armored Division patch on the left sleeve and would like to find out some information on this soldier.
Tom Mayberry from Boulder, CO wrote at June 18, 2014:
Service: WW II | Years: 1941- 45 | Unit: 45th Medical Bn ?? | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: I'm researching my uncle's history as a Medic in the 3rd Spearhead Div., '41- '45 How/where do I find detailed history of the 45th Medical Bn.?, His name was Pvt 1st Class Wm. Purkat, Leadville, CO. would appreciate any leads: tmaybrewry@yahoo.com
Jeffrey Monsell from Pennsylvania wrote at June 17, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1972-Aug 1974 | Unit: 3/32 Armor Battalion | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC Support PLatoon | Other: | Comment: Looking for guys that I served with driving 5ton cargo trucks we yellow duck decals on our air filter canisters. Hopefully hear from some of you.
Eric Johnson from Texas wrote at June 17, 2014:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1990-1991 | Unit: 5-5 CAV | Company, Battery or Troop: A | Other: | Comment:
al w. benton from illinois wrote at June 13, 2014:
Service: cold war | Years: 1963-1967 | Unit: 2nd bn 36th inf | Company, Battery or Troop: hhc | Other: bn maint | Comment: Hoping to hear from some of the guys from bn maint hhc 2/36.
Leland A. White from Ohio wrote at April 22, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1983-1985 | Unit: 3/32 Armor | Company, Battery or Troop: Delta Company | Other: | Comment: I am just looking for and trying to reconnect with my old friends.
Kenneth M. Rhodes from Texas wrote at April 18, 2014:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1990-1991 | Unit: 4/18th Infantry | Company, Battery or Troop: Bravo Company | Other: | Comment: For those whom I served with, I have a lot of "Desert Storm" pictures. If you would like them please contact me at (254) 275-0249 or krhodes6@hot.rr.com.
Daniel F Meucci from RI wrote at March 31, 2014:
Service: cold war | Years: 1968-1969 | Unit: HHQ 1/36th Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: HHQ | Other: | Comment: Friedberg
RAY BARRACKS
Debra Barlow from USA wrote at March 28, 2014:
Service: Vietnam | Years: 1968 | Unit: ? | Company, Battery or Troop: ? | Other: | Comment: I am on a mission AgAin!!!!! Please crosspost everywhere you can for me in Texas and have your friends crosspost also. I am looking for a Randy Lewis. He served in the Army in 1968 and was stationed in Gelnhausen Germany as a staff seargeant. He was sent back to fort lewis to b sent to Vietnam. He's tall w dark hair as a young man. He also was young at that time to have been a staff Sargeant. If anyone has any information on him or extended family if he is deceased please contact me right away. My Randy Lewis was from Texas at that time. If he is an uncle or grandparent your help could be vital information. Someone would love to be reunited with him. Please help me in this search. Once again crosspost everywhere! Any Lewis family member u know that may b able to help. He would b between 65-75 now if still alive.
Debra Barlow from USA wrote at March 28, 2014:
Service: Vietnam | Years: 1968 | Unit: ? | Company, Battery or Troop: ? | Other: Gelnhausen Germany | Comment: I am on a mission AgAin!!!!! Please crosspost everywhere you can for me in Texas and have your friends crosspost also. I am looking for a Randy Lewis. He served in the Army in 1968 and was stationed in Gelnhausen Germany as a staff seargeant. He was sent back to fort lewis to b sent to Vietnam. He's tall w dark hair as a young man. He also was young at that time to have been a staff Sargeant. If anyone has any information on him or extended family if he is deceased please contact me right away. My Randy Lewis was from Texas at that time. If he is an uncle or grandparent your help could be vital information. Someone would love to be reunited with him. Please help me in this search. Once again crosspost everywhere! Any Lewis family member u know that may b able to help. He would b between 65-75 now if still alive.
jon barrett from Connecticut wrote at March 25, 2014:
Service: spearhead | Years: 1957-1958 | Unit: 3rd armored devision | Company, Battery or Troop: 143 | Other: | Comment: To Whom it may concern;

My name is Pamela and I am writing to ask for a little help tracking down some information for a friend of mine, Jon Barrett who served as a military photographer in Grafenwoehr in 1957-58.
I have attached translated articles from the Christmas 2013 issue of "Der Neuer Tag" in which Mr. Barrett's story is told to the best of his recollection. He is now 78 with little knowledge of the internet and has asked if I would help him in his pursuit.
Perhaps his request sounds unusual and a bit far-fetched but Mr. Barrett has fond memories of the time he spent in Germany. He wonders till this day, what happened to the children in the photos and how their lives turned out under the direction, protection and efforts of Spearhead way back in 1957 and '58. I thank you in advance for your time and efforts.
Best Regards,
Pamela J Chandler

16 Number 297 Christmas 2013 Region
BACKGROUND
Military reporter at “Wintershield”

Grafenwohr/Vilseck. (az)
To summarize this story once more:
The American Jon Barrett former military reporter was a soldier of the 143 in the winter of 1957/58. News troop “Spearhead” (also known as Spaher) of the 3rd panzer division was making use of the troop practice ground Grafenwohr during a ten day maneuver.

Jon Barrett was a military reporter in Germany in 1957/58
.
• In a helicopter crash in which the pilot and co-pilot walked away, unnoticed he took photographs of a group of boys with at the least one girl, as they curiously watched the fiery accident. They must have some how crossed over the border to the area because at that time it was forbidden to tread there.

• Why this search by the 78 year old veteran from Chester, Connecticut? The answer is simple. Jon Barrett wants nothing more than for these children in the photo from then to enjoy re-uniting with their families and friends. And a reply would bring him joy. After the motto, “The joy that you give comes back to your own heart.” That this would become a “mission impossible” we at the newspaper and Jon Barrett had not anticipated. “Your letter arrived with disappointing news” he wrote back- and hopes further.
Search until now without results
No one knows the pretty girl from the helicopter crash 1957/58 – American hopes further

Von Anni Zeitler

Grafenwohr/Vilseck. For Jon Barrett it’s incomprehensible and also for us hard to grasp: that the pretty girl and the other children that he photographed near the helicopter accident somewhere on the edge of the Grafenwohr troop practice area are not yet found. Also with our second story entitled “Lots of tips but no hot leads” we got no responses that were successful.

So there is no good news for the American military photographer that he so very much awaits. Simply it is highly unlikely that all of the children in the picture in the year 1957 and all of their friends and families have left the area. That they are still alive is very possible because they must have been born in the years between 1947 and 1950.

Both articles appeared in “The New Day” as well as surrounding area towns including the troop training areas, Amaber-Sulzbach, Vilseck and in some parts near Schwandorfer areas. There have been a lot of discussions but in total no results.

After our second report Ottilie Weiss from Vilseck came forth. It is this remarkable active senior with her detective talents took over everything in order to shine some light into the dark. The talk is from this resolved woman who succeeded in bringing back the flag from America of the village Hopfenohe.

What Ottilie Weiss protected gives wonder and hope again. She seemed to be on the right trail. While she had the opportunity to busy herself she was underway on a Sunday from 12:30 – 4:30 to different villages. Knowingly she just went to old farmhouses to talk about the possibility that yes, some older people from that time would remember a helicopter accident.

Crash near Edelfeld?

“I had had almost enough of this house to house”, she laughed on the telephone. Over and over again she had told people the story. Head shakes here, shoulder shrugs there, so it went. Then, as a matter of fact, an old man from Riglasjof/Gemeinde Edelsfeld, knew that in that time a near by sand pit was ablaze after a helicopter accident in which there were no survivors. This sand pit exists today.

Large scale exercise “Wintershield”

The outcome comes around again to the testimony of the American Barrett. In another crash with deadly outcome for the pilots different people can still remember, (we reported). This is not about that. This older man knows in any case exactly, emphasized Ottilie Weiss. It was during the large scale exercise “Wintershield” that it happened, near Riglashof during a directed war exercise… Jon Barrett wrote about “the ten day war exercise” in his first letter. Elvis Presley also took part in these maneuvers Ottilie remember herself. Because she had the luck to speak to him personally! The joy about that could be heard in her voice even after 56 years.

Photo insert: The pretty girl in the group of children stood out to
Jon Barrett 56 years ago with the enlargement of the picture.

Photo insert: After the crash of a U.S. Military helicopter children were
watching the accident. The helicopter burned out, the pilot
and co-pilot came out of it with just a scare according to Barrett.

In spite of everything: after weeks of new hopeful waiting, still no concrete trace.
Jon Barrett repeats the belief that he wrote in his first correspondence, “hope never dies!"
Fred Masheimer from Minnesota wrote at March 22, 2014:
Service: cold war | Years: 1962 1964 | Unit: 2nd ARB 48th Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: HD&HD CO | Other: | Comment: would like to hear from any of the old crew
dave firth jim derstler tom leibert @anyone
else that was in maintenance
Joe Hulett from Georgia wrote at March 19, 2014:
Service: | Years: | Unit: | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: My father was a part of Spearhead during World War II. He served between '42 & '44. I am trying to retrieve some historical information for a paper I would like to write. I don't know the best source to go to. Can anyone help?

Thanks
Gary R. Underwood from Missouri wrote at March 14, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1967-1969 | Unit: 2/33Armor;2/32Armor;Ist Brigade, 3rd Armor Div. | Company, Battery or Troop: Tank Plt,2/33;Hqs. Co.,Mortar plt, 2/32;Hqs., Ist Brigade | Other: 245th Maint. Bn.,102st Ozark Command, USAR, St. Louis, Mo. | Comment: Arrived at Ayers Kasern, outside of KIrchgoens on Friday, 10/13/67 as a new 2nd Lt.. Met my Bn. C.O., LTC Jones.Assigned to ? Tank Co.. Met my Platoon & my Plt. Sgt.SFC Hicks on thetrain as we loaded the to go to Grafenwoehr for training. The Tanks were loaded on rail cars used to transport Tiger Tanks during WWII.. Had a tank Plt. for 6 mos.(2nd best job I have ever had. Then transferred to the 2/32 Armor Bn. Had the mortar Plt, was on staff. Then became the S-1 for the Bn. under LTC Phillips. Made 1st Lt.. Went from to the !st Brigade Hqs as the S-4. A 1Lt in a Major's slot! Left in summer, 1969. Went to Law School. Was in the USAR for 9 years. Made Captain. Commanded the 245th Maint. Bn. USAR in St.Louis. (THe best job I have ever haD.) Was promoted to Major.
Will never forget my time in the 3rd. Was a great/terrible growing experience. Would probably had not completed Law Shool if I had gone before the Army. Hope to hear from anyone who remembers those times.
Gary Cool from GA wrote at March 14, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1971-1974 | Unit: 1-32 AR | Company, Battery or Troop: C | Other: | Comment: Joe Brown of 2/27 @ Ray Barracks. Saw your post to me on 1* Kaserne Logs. Give me a shout.
Brad Gericke from Fort Belvoir, Virginia wrote at March 13, 2014:
Service: Cold War, Desert Storm | Years: 1989-1993 | Unit: 2-67 Armor | Company, Battery or Troop: A Co and Bn Staff | Other: | Comment: Greetings fellow vets! I am currently writing a book on the history of the Division. I would be very pleased to hear from any veterans or family members about their experiences in the Division -- any period, from WWII thru the Cold War and Desert Storm. I'm happy to provide a short survey form to help organize your thoughts. The book should be published in late 2015. Please contact me if interested. Thanks --
COL Brad Gericke, bradleytgericke@gmail.com
Dennis Kavanagh from Brooklyn, N.Y. wrote at March 9, 2014:
Service: cold war | Years: 1962 | Unit: 3/36 Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: C Col. & hq. co. | Other: | Comment: Long time since I visited this site. Leaving my new e-mail address. Was at Ayers. I still remember Marsden, McHugh, Twomey, Tonner, Foster. God bless to all who served.
PVT. John W. Bratcher from Illinois, USA wrote at March 1, 2014:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1977- 1980 | Unit: 2/27th FA 3rd Armor Division | Company, Battery or Troop: C Battery | Other: Commo Section 36k20 | Comment: Was glad I served our Country with this unit. They were all great soldiers. Will never forget Friedberg Germany. Or all of you who I served with. God be with all of you.
Roy Alvin Archuleta from Colorado - Pueblo wrote at February 26, 2014:
Service: May 27,1953 - May18, 1955 | Years: | Unit: | Company, Battery or Troop: Battery D, 47th Armored Field Artillery Battalion | Other: | Comment: Pueblo Home Of Heroes, up/veterans Bridge names, click riverwalk, type- Roy A Archuleta
******
Served in the US Army from 1953, Basic tng.at Fort Chaffee Ark. Went to Camp Kilmer NJ waiting to be deployed to Korea when it was announced the conflict was over, so my unit went to Germany. Stationed in Buedingen Until my release in 1955.
Got to see the bombed buildings in Frankfurt!!!


 

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