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I was station at Charlie battery, 3rd Battalion, 71st ADA, Hardhiem Germany from Sep 1969 to March 1971. I worked in the Como section than worked as a front gate guard at the missile site my last few months there. Had good times

Added: February 16, 2016
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I was assigned to Charlie Battery, 1/67 in late 1966 as the XO under Captain Blackwell. Great unit (best in 32nd AADCOM in 1967). So many memories, so little time. Lt. Tom Gaffey and I lived in an apartment above the Volksbank in Hardheim for a year (got evicted), and then move dto the Landgasthof zum Ross in Schweinberg where we were "adopted" by the Kuenzig family (poppa loved Jack Daniels Black from the PX in Wertheim). I have fond memories of Charlie, but also fond memories of the "Tanzcafe Romantica" in Walduern, and their "famous" band - The Jetwalkers!. How we escaped non-judicial punishment, I'll never know!
I would love to hear from the men who were there at the time! I already fond Joe Ardito on this site.


Added: February 15, 2016
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I was stationed at Hardheim Kasserne from August 1963 to early April 1965. I was a 179.10 mos radar opeerator working the IFC. I had fond memories of my time there. I was transferred in after out missile site was taken over by the National Guard. I worked all the positions in the trailer. I remember we had a lot of fun downstairs in the beer hall below the barracks.
Or we spent time in town at the gasthauses. At the time it was 4 Marks to the dollar so we could get by cheaply.Just seeing if there was anyone else out there that served then and please send me an email if you want to jog our memories.


Added: February 10, 2016
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Was at 3/71 DSP, Gerzuski Kaserne, Karlsruhe, from 1969-1972. Great times, great travels taking care of the sites. Retired from the US Coast Guard with 22 years total.

Added: January 29, 2016
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Thank you very much Jim Clark and Helga Elsner..Rest in Peace Kenneth F. Smith and Phillip Kirkland.

Added: January 18, 2016
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Added: January 9, 2016
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Hello, my Name is Ralf Jadasch .I was Born on January 1962 in Brackenheim. I was looking for my Father he was Based 1961 in Kleingartach. His Name is "Smith" his first Name i dont now. He had red Hair and Phillip Kirkland was a Frind from him.I have one Photo of him but i can not Post it here. Have anybody an Answer for me? My Englisch is not so good. Thanks at all.

Ralf Jadasch


Added: January 7, 2016
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I was at C-3-71 from Jan 64 to Jan 67. I worked in the launcher area and in the EM club. I met my wife Helga in Brackenheim and we were married Sept 66. We have two sons and 6 grandchildren.I retired from the army after 22 years in Sept 1979.I Retired at Ft Bliss I was the First Sgt at A-4-1 basic training, the first battery to have OSUT. After retiring I went to the local community college and got a degree in HVAC. I retired from Honeywell after 20 years in 2003 then went back to work for Honeywell one day later as a contractor and worked for another 9 years. My last assignment in Germany was C-2-1. I had the honor of being the launcher platoon sgt. We had a unit with some of the best NCO's and officers I ever served with. In 1977 the unit fired out at Crete with a 99% the highest ever fired at Crete at that time in the 94th group, we kicked * * *.

We now live in Colorado Springs , Co. We spend time between our mountain home and our home in the springs. We built a log home in 1987 near Cripple Creek, Co to enjoy the mountains and the view it is beautiful country. Helga and I keep busy with different activities, her working with animal rescue and I keep some what busy playing softball with in the local senior league.
I wish I had made the reunion here in the Springs it would have been fun.

Jim Clark


Added: December 17, 2015
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Tower Rat 1976-1977. Witness to the accidental arming of a warhead and it's extration by helicopter. A night time security breach where keys and an M-16 were stolen by one of the soldiers and the all hell breaks loose aftermath.

Added: October 9, 2015
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I enjoyed my time of service from 1968 until April of 1969.I was with the Fire Control System Maintenance with Charlie Battery. This site brings back a lot of memories.

Added: June 2, 2015
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