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James Edward Ray Jr. from Florida wrote on December 28, 2015 at 23:54:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1978-1983 | Unit: 3rd armor division | Company, Battery or Troop: Co B 3rd battalion 33rd armor | Other: | Comment: I just found this site and it brought back a lot of memories, lost track of a lot of friends. I did my basic @ ft Knox in June of 1979.then I was sent to Germany till 1983. I was wondering if anyone from co B 3/33 on this site. Would love to reconnect with you. My Email is Thanks.
jimmy littleton from Delaware wrote on December 28, 2015 at 04:50:
Service: cold war | Years: 1966-1967 | Unit: 2/6 artillery | Company, Battery or Troop: C Battery | Other: | Comment: Where have the years gone? Had a great time while in Gelnhausen. Would love to talk to any of the guys I served with.
anthony rice from pa wrote on December 25, 2015 at 16:14:
Service: cold war | Years: 1964-1967 | Unit: 23rd Eng Bn | Company, Battery or Troop: headquaters Co heavy Equiptment Plt | Other: | Comment: Was with he 23rd engs feb 65 to july 66.transfered to Ft lewis Wa then May of 67 to Ft Hood Tx.I am looking for any other 3AD men who made this reassignment tour.There were several.I cannot find any info what patches we wore on the left sleeve.The stateside unit was the 63rd const eng Bn.Sort of a make up unit of men rotating back and waiting for discharge from Viet Nam.At Ft lewis we were in barracks right across from an airfield.At Ft Hood we were assigned to the old army hospital buildings which were vacated since a new base medical facility was built. Anyway,Merry Christmas to all...
Tom Navin from Vermont wrote on December 25, 2015 at 04:42:
Service: Cold War 64-66 | Years: !964-1966 | Unit: HQ&HQ Co.3rd bn/36th Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: HQ & HQ Co. | Other: na | Comment: 50 yrs.ago on Christmas Day,1964 I was on KP at the 36th Inf mess hall on pots & pans with a Sp/4 Klamut.A General Officer with a high ranking entourage stuck his head in and asked "how's it going men".Without out turning or looking up Klamut told him.How in hell you think it's going?It's Christmus day ,I'm on KP and pots and pans to boot!Merry Christmas Klamut wherever you are.
Kirk Fuller from California wrote on December 24, 2015 at 09:05:
Service: Cold war | Years: 1975-1977 summer of '76' | Unit: 1/40th FA | Company, Battery or Troop: C Battery | Other: American Bicentanial Pagent (band) TDY | Comment: This was the coolest gig in the Army. I was stationed at this old castle on the 3rd floor for nearly 4 months. I was selected along with about 40 others from the 3AD to put together a Show to tour West Germany and give a musical history of the United States. This was no doubt the best summer of my life and I am thankful every day for the experience! I wish I had keep in touch with some of the people from those days. I have to pinch myself now to believe it all really happened. We had a great group of talented musicians, artist and actors.
We had two Simi a Truck with gear loaded on it and would be the Stage when we set up. We had a Military bus that was painted in the Stars and Stripes and we toured north and south to a lot of Air Bases and Kasernes. Its was the 70's so we played some really cool stuff. A big part of the band was the from the 3rd AD in Frankfurt. They were the real professionals. I was TDY pulled in after doing a audition. I was sitting in Graff on a month long training with the Arty and my Top got the call to send me back to meet up with the group in Frankfurt. I was on cloud nine. We worked hard and played harder believe my. Man I miss those guys and those days.
Larry Kline from U.S.A wrote on December 21, 2015 at 18:21:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1969 - 1972 | Unit: 3 SPEARHEAD | Company, Battery or Troop: B 2/32 armor | Other: | Comment: I was at the ROCK from 1969 - 1972 great times lots of turmoil. Would like to talk to anyone who was there at that time.
Robert G Garvey. SGT. from Colorado wrote on December 20, 2015 at 19:04:
Service: Cold War 1976 to 1980 | Years: 1976 -1980 | Unit: 143rd signal bn A company | Company, Battery or Troop: A -company 143rd signal | Other: Color Guard w/ 1-Lt. Burns | Comment: Looking for other people I knew
Courier team SGT
Was in color guard
Kevin Roberts from Texas by god!! wrote on December 18, 2015 at 03:51:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 89-91 | Unit: 4-32 ar | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC Scout Plt. | Other: 1-33 ar | Comment: Merry Christmas,New Years,etc,,,,,,,still kickin....Ron Lovett,your alive!,,,,Where the h@!! is aCapt Hockaday,,havent had to run till i puke in a very long time...
andre from fl. wrote on December 17, 2015 at 23:02:
Service: cold war | Years: 1981-1983 | Unit: MP | Company, Battery or Troop: 503RD MP 3RD AMORED DIVISION | Other: | Comment: looking for anyone that remembers when we had a terrorist attack on Edwards kaserne aimed at the boiler plant a molitaf cocktail was thrown thru the basement window on the backside of Edwards kaserne thanks for any information you might remember
Derek Gasper from Oswego NY wrote on December 16, 2015 at 18:49:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1989- 1991 | Unit: HHC 2/32 | Company, Battery or Troop: Maintenance | Other: | Comment: Just checking if there is anyone out there i served with. Still serving currently as an E-6 in the Air National Guard.
Shane Thallas from Nebraska wrote on December 13, 2015 at 09:21:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1990-1992 | Unit: 4/82 FA | Company, Battery or Troop: Bravo Battery | Other: | Comment: Served in DS from late December 1990 to May of 1991. Upon returning to Hanau, Germany I served as the driver for B Battery Commander Shaun Hill. Looking to re-connect with others I was there with.
Harvey E. Polk, Jr from COLORADO wrote on December 8, 2015 at 03:44:
Service: Cold war | Years: 1955-1959 | Unit: CCA Comand 3rd Armored Div | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: There was a group that departed Ft. Knox earlier as the Advanced Party of the 3rd Division. My dad was one of those men CWO Harvey E. Polk, Sr, who flew out of Idlewild Airport (now Kennedy) on a DC-6 via Gander Newfoundland with their dependents, me included. We arrived well before the major portion of the Division left Ft. Knox. Great experience, great mission.
Walter R. Anderson from Illinois wrote on December 4, 2015 at 03:57:
Service: cold war | Years: 1958-1960 | Unit: 12th engineer battalion | Company, Battery or Troop: C Company | Other: | Comment: Was the battalion mail clerk. Went to Bad Kruznach everday for the mail and return to Dexheim. Drove for a Major Bailey. Memories are fading but remember the cold field maneuvers, strict discipline and was glad to get home. Too many field tests at Wildflicken, Hohenfelds etc. The winters were very cold.
Mark Anderson from Alabama wrote on November 30, 2015 at 06:11:
Service: cold war | Years: 1975=1992 | Unit: B co.3/33 | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: I am righting to find out info. On my Dad SSG.Mac A. Anderson I rember we were in Ft.Knox in1975=78 then Kerchgoens the Rock Germany' pickles 3/33 78=81 then ft.Hood Tax then ft.Carson Co. Then my parents Divorced & I lost track for a time safely he passed in 2010 I am trying to find out were all he was stationed and get the patches and pins and hear from anyone who rembers him or us like Kenny Struggle or Thomas Level or SSG.PHILOPS
Tony Rice from Pa wrote on November 26, 2015 at 16:45:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1964-1967 | Unit: 23rd Eng Bn 3AD | Company, Battery or Troop: Headquarters Co | Other: 63rd Eng Bn Ft Lewis,Wa and Ft Hood Tx | Comment: Today is the second Thanksgiving away from home.First was at Ft Jackson,SC on the last day of basic training.Second was in Hanau with the 23rd eng and third was at Ft Lewis ,Wa.Had good meals each station.
Patrick Lee from Nevada wrote on November 16, 2015 at 23:21:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1987-1990 | Unit: HHB 2/3 FA(FIST) | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: Just wanted to say hello to all my friends, especially Joe Telgenhof. The last I heard, he married a German lady, Sabina, several years back and stayed to live in Germany. Also a big hello to Russell Johnson, Taylor Pettit and Jones. Jones and Pettit did the German Rodeo circuit time permitting, they were true country boys......FIST!!!
Daniel F OLeary from New Jersey wrote on November 16, 2015 at 19:06:
Service: Cold War | Years: 62-64 | Unit: 2/1st Cav. | Company, Battery or Troop: A Co | Other: 3/33 Armor A Co. | Comment: It is time to start thinking of items you might want to order from our store for Christmas. We have a good supply on hand and your support is what helps the Association keep it`s head above water. You can order on the website or from one of the Newsletters,
Gary Cool from GA-USA wrote on November 14, 2015 at 22:21:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1971-1974 | Unit: 1-32 Armor | Company, Battery or Troop: C | Other: | Comment: BANDITS!
David Edwards from Indiana wrote on November 14, 2015 at 15:16:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1990-1995 | Unit: 4/18 Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: C company | Other: | Comment: Enlisted Aug 89, served in Germany 1990-1993(Desert shield, Desert Storm, Desert Calm. Ft Hood Texas 1993-1995
D. John Oser from NY wrote on November 14, 2015 at 03:15:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1981-1985 | Unit: 3rd armour | Company, Battery or Troop: ftab | Other: | Comment: Served in hanau/elensee tdy grafewier. I have forgotten much about specifics. I remember the move from hanau to erlensee and live ammo duty due to activity on new base...
rodney brewer from kentucky wrote on November 12, 2015 at 19:10:
Service: vietnam era | Years: 1966-1969 | Unit: 3/36infantry | Company, Battery or Troop: A company | Other: | Comment: I served in kirchgoens, germany on the rock from 1967 to 1969. i was in alpha company 3/36 right next to the motor pool. i don't remember all the guys in my platoon but i do remember a few, like rick bray, gary bruning. i'm really wanting to find some unit pins for the 3/36. i lost all my things when i left germany to go to vietnam. the jnfantry squad i was in we always won the distingushed infantry squad and i lost all those patches that was given to us. if anyone remembers me or some of the guys that were there in 67-69 e-mail me
Ken Adams from California wrote on November 12, 2015 at 01:40:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1967-1969 | Unit: 2/33 then 3/33 | Company, Battery or Troop: 2/33 C company, 3/33 HC | Other: | Comment: I was initially assigned as a filler to C company 2/33. I worked in the supply room as I had no armor training. After being loaned to the GED program and running the education center at Ayers Kaserne 1968-May 1969 I was technically assigned to the Morter platoon of HQ Company 3/33.
Daniel O`Leary from New Jersey wrote on November 11, 2015 at 18:45:
Service: Cold War | Years: 62-64 | Unit: 2/1st Cav. | Company, Battery or Troop: A Co. | Other: 3/33 Armor A Co. | Comment: Reunion 2016 will be in Washington D.C. July 13-16. Details will be posted as they are set up. Room rate will be $89.00 per night. Questions you can call me at 732-816-6149
Ed Hauler from NJ wrote on November 9, 2015 at 16:14:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1982-1983 | Unit: 3rd Armored division | Company, Battery or Troop: Head Quarters | Other: | Comment: I wrote for the Spearhead paper in 82 and 83. Anyone have any they can email me?
Jimmy Russell from Virginia wrote on November 8, 2015 at 12:35:
Service: cold war | Years: 1981-1983 | Unit: 3/32 | Company, Battery or Troop: a co | Other: | Comment:
Thomas Beck from Germany wrote on November 8, 2015 at 09:51:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1963-1968 | Unit: CMBT | Company, Battery or Troop: CMD7 | Other: Ayers- and Schloss-Barracks | Comment: I am chairman of Heimatverein Datterode/Germany/Hessen an d got some rotten papers and Army-ID-Cards by a member who is working with the forest adm. He found these papers close to the former East german border – near of Gerstungen (now Thuringia/former East Germany) and Bad Hersfeld (Hessen/former West Germany). The papers beloged to 1st/LT Clark Dale MEEK, born Spt. 13, 1938 from Arakansas. He was with the 3rd AD CMBT CMD7 and had access to the Ayers-barracks at Kitrch-Goens and Schloss-Barracks at Butzbach from the mid to the end 1960s as membership cards to the officer club say. He might have lost these papers while on patrol after 1963. Must have been a bad incident for him during the cold w ar. However: EWho has (still) contact to Clark MEEK – maybe he ist member of the 3rdAD Association? Woukkd be great to give him back those historic but almost rotten cards and papers (including a fishing license).
Hope to get in contact with somebody on this way.
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Thomas Beck from Germany wrote on November 6, 2015 at 17:44:
Service: | Years: | Unit: | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: As chairman of the Heimatverein Datterode/Hessen I got some partly rotten papers and army id-cards which were found close to the former border to East Germany (now state border to Thuringia - near the "east german" city of Gerstungen) from one of our members who is working with the forest admin.
The cards/papers belonged to 1/LT Clark D. Meek - who was with 3rd AD CMBT/CMD7(?) born sept. 13, 1938 from Arkansas. He had access to Ayers- and Schloss- barracks at Kirch-Goens and Butzbach as far I can identify. Maybe this guy is still a member of your ass. and it would be a pleasure to get in contact to give him back what he probably had lost once on patrol at the iron wall.
To have a look on our ass. homepage
russell engebretson from florida wrote on October 30, 2015 at 17:03:
Service: cold war | Years: | Unit: | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: I would like to get a picture of my uncle Frank Kanarkiewicz who served in Germany 1956 I cannot gt photo of him on your website.I would appreciate if you could e mail me a picture. Thank You
Bobby J Langston from MO. wrote on October 28, 2015 at 12:18:
Service: Cold War | Years: 65-67 | Unit: 503d S&T Bn | Company, Battery or Troop: Hq Co. | Other: | Comment: Searching for friends that worked in DSO.
John H Ferrell from United States wrote on October 27, 2015 at 20:32:
Service: cold war | Years: 1979-1982 | Unit: C Troop 3/8th Armored Calvary | Company, Battery or Troop: C Troop | Other: | Comment: Commo Chief under the command of Capt Andrew J Solari.
Anyone know his address?
Stephenditzel from New York wrote on October 14, 2015 at 16:39:
Service: 1977-1980 | Years: 1977-1980 | Unit: 3/61 Ada artillery | Company, Battery or Troop: D company 2nd platoon Armstrong Barrecks. Budegin Germany | Other: | Comment: Hey guys looking for guys who served with me rented a house on a farm with two other guys if anybody remembers get in touch had a great time still living in New York
Chantal Schmidt from Germany wrote on October 7, 2015 at 10:28:
Service: -- | Years: around 1956 | Unit: -- | Company, Battery or Troop: -- | Other: | Comment: Hello,

I'm searching the father of my mom's friend. We don't know a lot about him but maybe somebody knows him.
He was called Jonny (We don't know his first name well and we're not sure about his last name, too. It's something like Owen, Ahren, Ohorn...). In 1955/56 He was stationed in Büdingen (Armstrong Barracks). He came from South Carolina and in summer 1956 he had to leave Germany again but we don't know where he had to move to.
George M. Hedrick from Jenks, OK USA wrote on September 21, 2015 at 02:31:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1955-1958 | Unit: 57th AAA Bn(AW)(SP) 3d AD/7th Army | Company, Battery or Troop: D Btry 57th AAA Bn Jul 55-Auig57 | Other: A Btry 57th AAA Bn Aug57-Jun58 | Comment: D Btry was reorganized and became A Btry in 57. CPT Ludger B. Conyers was the Battery Commander while I was with the 57th. I remember the cook off on the Duster at Graf. Sumner Flash lost an eye and part of his hand. I was going up the back of the track with the gun book when it went off. MSG Yontz had just gone up and was blown off. McDade Cockrell was in the gunners seat and was blown out of the turret. During my 3 yrs LTC Hickok was the BC and LTC Anderson was assigned in late 57 or early 58. MSG Chumley was the BN SGM. I was Chief of Section, 1st Plt A Btry when I rotated.
Ed Devine from USA wrote on September 14, 2015 at 01:09:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1971 | Unit: 3rd Infantry | Company, Battery or Troop: 10th Engineering Battalion | Other: | Comment: Looking for information regarding a training accident that happened on August 10, 1971 in Wildflecken,Germany. My father Sgt Edward T Devine Jr died of injuries sustained in this accident. What I know is the armored personnel carrier in which he was riding in rolled over, that is all the information that I know.. Any additional information would be greatly appreciated..
Ruben Towns from Texas wrote on September 10, 2015 at 21:44:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1986-1988 | Unit: 2/36 Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC/ D-Co | Other: | Comment: I enjoyed my stay at the ROCK. I unfortunately suffered a death in the family towards the end of 1988 and i mistakenly decided to leave for the states and ended up at Ft. Stewart. Bad mistake. I should have stayed at my beloved ROCK. I believe had I stayed, I would never have left the military.
Martin Gamble from U.S.A. wrote on September 10, 2015 at 06:46:
Service: Cold War | Years: '79 | Unit: 3/32 Armor | Company, Battery or Troop: C Co. | Other: | Comment: Martin Gamble Wednesday, 9/9/15, 11:28 PM

I served in C Co,3/32. In 3rd Plt. as a Driver/Loader on C-36,My TC was 2Lt Kevin Donnelly, Gnr S5 Sydney Christian, Ldr PFC Steve Kaiser. We Qualified Distinguished at Level 1 Gunnery in 1979. I was Chapter 5 discharged for Mental Illness, and destroyed My Badges and Tanker Jacket and Beret. Could anyone back check Me and assist me rebuild My Kit by getting Me the Dimensions of the Qualification badges for level 1 Gunnery so I can have them remade? any Help, Please.
Bob LaMascus from Okla wrote on September 9, 2015 at 15:38:
Service: Cold War | Years: 62-64 | Unit: 2/3 Arty | Company, Battery or Troop: Svc btry | Other: | Comment: Twice I've emailed D. Harris and his email has been returned. Could you see what the mistake is and don't post this. Thanks, Bob
Charles ( Ed ) Sheldon from MI wrote on September 9, 2015 at 15:36:
Service: Desert Storm | Years: 1988-1991 | Unit: 5/5 Cav | Company, Battery or Troop: HHC, C, D | Other: 4/32 | Comment: I was with 5/5 cav MAINT. Started in HHC when i got to the unit, Was moved to C then to D where i stayed till we got deployed. When in country i was cross attached to 4/32 with a platoon of BFV scouts for a platoon of M1's.
Anyone from 5/5 or 4/32 Maint contact me at the e-mail provided. Be cool to catch up. I remember while we where in Graf we took a pic of maint in front of a 5 ton with a HD sign and I sent it to Easy Rider. They published the pic in the mag ( In The Wind ). Had some great times with those guys.
Bob LaMascus from Oklahoma wrote on September 9, 2015 at 13:56:
Service: Cold War | Years: 62-64 | Unit: 2/3 Arty | Company, Battery or Troop: Svc Btry | Other: | Comment: Responding to message of D. Harris, so few notes from guys during the early '60's I'd like to trade emails with them.
Carl Barnett from CA wrote on September 7, 2015 at 21:46:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1961-1963 | Unit: 1/32 AR | Company, Battery or Troop: HQ Co. Scout platoon | Other: | Comment: Hi,
I served at Ray Barracks from March of '61 to Oct '63 as a scout with the 1/32. Be glad to hear from anybody that served at the same time.
Best Regards,
D. Harris from USA wrote on September 3, 2015 at 19:39:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1961-1963 | Unit: 52 Infantry, Ray Barracks, Freiburg | Company, Battery or Troop: A Co | Other: | Comment: I would like to communicate with anyone who served during that time.
James White from Arizona wrote on September 2, 2015 at 04:14:
Service: | Years: 1977 -1980 | Unit: 1-36th | Company, Battery or Troop: Tow Platoon | Other: | Comment:
ELMER DUDLEY from NC wrote on August 31, 2015 at 04:13:
Service: COLD WAR | Years: 1976-1979 | Unit: 1/32 AR | Company, Battery or Troop: CSC | Other: | Comment:
Peter B.Braasch from Germany, Kirch.Goens wrote on August 20, 2015 at 17:58:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1959 - 1962 | Unit: 2nd ARB 46 Inf/ 3rd ARB 36th Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: Charlie Comp. | Other: Delta Co. 506, 101th Airborne Div. | Comment: I immigrated to the States in 1957. Got drafted in 1958. After Basic Training in Ft.Ord and Ft. Carson I took Airborne Training in Ft.Campbell.
Then I came to 2nd ARB 46 Inf witch one changed to 3rd ARB 36 Inf.later. C co,2nd Plt.
In a relatve short time I was promoted to Sp4.
In 62 I gave german leason to the Battalion Off.
One day the Bat.CO(sorry I vergot his Name) ask
me,"Braasch how came you are still Sp4?".I don´t know, Sir. Let see your 201. IQ 72.
_As I was drafted I could not speak to good english. So, if you don´t understand the question you can´t give a right answer (What was a Officer not cased). I made a new IQ and raised it to 128. In June 62 I finished the NCO Academy as Honor Student and was soldier of the month of the 3AD and received the
Gen.M.Rose Award.Sept.62 I got my discharge and lived for one year in South-California.
Because of the heave homesick of my wife we
decided to go back to Germany Since then we live in Kirch-Goens, the town my wife was born.
In 81 I started the contact to the Rock again.
It was a wonderful time. We had a lots of Partys
in the housing Aeea and in our home. Ltc,Col.
and Gen where our guests. Many times we drove to Normandy with Officer, like General Sullivan, Joulwan, Graves, Kievenaar and others.
I still stay in contact with some Spearheaders
and would be glad if there would some more.
God bleess you all, Peter B.
Peter B.Braasch from Kirch-Goens, Germany wrote on August 19, 2015 at 15:19:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1959-1962 | Unit: 2d ARB,46th Inf./Co C3dARB 36th Inf | Company, Battery or Troop: C, 2nd Platoon | Other: | Comment: I am Peter B, immigrated to the states 1957.
I was drafted in 58. After basis training in Ft.Ord +Ft.Carson,101st Airbornetraining(D.506st) I came
to the 3/36(former2/46).June62 NCO Academy
(Honor Student),and 3AD Soldier of the month
with Gen.M.Rose Award.As civilian I had good
contact to the "Rock". After 81 to all LTC, Col. and Gen. Sullivan,Otis, Rutherford, Kievenaar,
Crumly and many more.Please contact me, Peter B.
Greghurley from Kentucky wrote on August 14, 2015 at 17:20:
Service: Coldwar | Years: 1978-1980 | Unit: 61stmilitarypolice | Company, Battery or Troop: | Other: | Comment: Lookingforoldbuddiesfrom1978-1980 at Fliegerhorst, Germany near Hanau. Give me a call 1-606-416-3997.
Gary Joseph ("Joe") Stewart from Montana (MT) wrote on August 13, 2015 at 19:24:
Service: Cold War | Years: 1969-72 | Unit: 23rd Engineer Battalion | Company, Battery or Troop: Echo (MOFAB) | Other: | Comment: From August 1970 through May 1972, I was assigned to the Echo Company (Mobile Floating Assault Bridges = MOFABs) of the 23rd Engineer Battalion, 3rd Armored Division in Hanau, West Germany. I can't recall the exact name of the compound or barracks (maybe Hessen Homburg Kaserne?), but it had tall, black wrought iron gates facing the cobblestone street or Straße, and it housed all five (Alpha through Echo) companies including a large motor pool. I spent countless hours navigating up and down the Rhine river on MOFABs over those years, day and night, and I saw some of the finest live music concerts ever performed . . . Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, CCR, The Moody Blues, Ten Years After, etc. Those were tumultuous times . . . race riots, bodies found at the bottom of the stairwell, terrorist attacks by the Baader-Meinhof gang, LAW rockets sailing through the barracks windows, gypsy-girl selling their wares and stealing/vandalizing things from the motor pool through the chain-link fencing late at night . Nothing but great-great memories!
Nicole Witte from Germany wrote on August 11, 2015 at 08:38:
Service: UNK | Years: 1980-1985 | Unit: UNK | Company, Battery or Troop: UNK | Other: Butzbach Kirchgöns | Comment: Hello, my Name is Nicole Witte from Butzbach. I be looking for a Soldier - Name: Delvin Hill. He was in the Ayyers Kasern in Kirchgöns. He went back to the States between the Years 1980-1985. May be someone was in the same Building or Group and knows Him!? A little Background: Delvin Hill was together with my mom. After he go back to the States, he sent us two Pictures with two Child they cry, because he miss us so much. After the Pictures, we Lost Delvin Hill forever :-( we got no Adress, no Sold.-ID Nr. - nothing :-( It would be very happy, if someone read my mail. Thanks!
Edward D,Sims from Oklahoma wrote on August 5, 2015 at 06:02:
Service: Cold-War and Desert Storm | Years: 1989-1991 | Unit: HHC 4/32nd armor Red Lions 3rd Armored Division | Company, Battery or Troop: 4-2 mortar platoon supported the Red Lions HHC 4/32ndndarm arm | Other: | Comment: Looking forThe drive of the M1A1 tank HQ66 doing the in of the Kuwait war some kids approached him by his tank I gave him a cigarette and then he asked me how you tell the kids to get away an Arabic I told him what to say and he was telling the kids in Arabic to go away when one of the kids tossed a dude cluster bomb by his feet he kicked it in the round went off when I turned around 3 kids where killed behind me from the strap metal I frozed in my tracks well the medics was checking him out trying to help him he was yelling and screaming in pain another medical check me out pulled a piece of scrap metal out of my right leg he told me I could get a Purple Heart for this and I told him to give it to the driver his arm and his leg was separate from his body laying across the desert smoke coming from his leg and his arm the screaming and yelling stop and I went back to my vehicle I don't know if he survive or did he died from his wounds if so I would like to know and I will like to know his name the driver of headquarters 66 66 Unit HHC 4/32nd armor 3rd Armored Division please contact me and let me know I do not see him on the casualty list are the KIA.
hal johnson from Texas wrote on August 4, 2015 at 22:03:
Service: cold war | Years: 1978/84 | Unit: 3/ 12 th cav | Company, Battery or Troop: Atrp | Other: | Comment: for the roster on 3/12 cav new email also after cpt homes there was capt john p wood and after him was a capt named h green dont remember his first name


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