Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
For those who remember or want to share with others who also served at Pond barracks. Pleasepost lotsof pics. We love them.
Location: Amberg, Bavaria, Germany
Latest Activity: Jun 13
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how about when the cooks would use up the c rations that were close expiring.
they would open cases of c rations and prepare them and serve in the mess hall
pretty good food
Don't forget Christmas and Thanksgiving when they pulled out all the stops. Complete with officers serving the enlisted men.
To this day I love sardines!
Before we left for exercises, we always saved up our cash and converted them into D-marks. But only after we bought sardines, crackers, cases of sodas and Pringles. You can put 8 cans of a 12 oz. beverages in a .50 caliber ammo can and then strap it to the turret. Along the way, we would stop into little stores to buy bread, mea and cheese from the locals, and beer if we could get away with it.
I loved the border chow. They used to kick it up a notch to use Emeril Lagasse's catch phrase. We even had the kitchen left open for us if we came in in the middle of the night. We could go in and raid the fridge. Like you say Bill 3 egg omelets. The only bad chow I can recall usually came in marmite cans. The real creativity came out when we ate c rats. I had a special way of heating mine up. Kike my favorite spaghetti and beef chunks, it fit perfectly between the manifolds on my jeep. Insert close hood drive around for 15-20 minutes. Crackers and cheese spread and peanut butter and of course the John Wayne bars were all good.
Let's talk food, what was the best or worst instance of army chow. I always loved the breakfasts at the border camps because the cooks liked being there (and worked hard to stay) and the omelets had 3 eggs instead of 2 like back at base. The worst was a meal prepared at Graf. It was so bad, guys were coming back saying don't bother, As we got there to the mess tent, the cooks were breaking out steaks! Seems some very high officer also thought that the previous "dish" needed to be changed...
HHT just below Mco. I see the track park where I froze my ass off my nights on guard duty. I see where I parked my jeep in the motor pool. 614th maint. was in the L troop bldg. also.
About Keneth's picture, L Troop is (was) located south (above) K Troop in the end looking over the motor pool.
Oliver,I believe you are correct.
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