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: Jul 27
Started by Eric Heller. Last reply by Dave Gettman Feb 15, 2016.
Started by Dennis West. Last reply by Dennis West Jan 12, 2016.
Started by Edward N. Voke. Last reply by Dave Gettman Feb 11, 2015.
Dave thanks very much this old man really appreciates it alot know how i'll spend some hours with it i can't walk and am homebound 100% disabled i can't say thank you enough
Good morning, Nelson. Welcome home!
Here is the entire 1964 yearbook, just click on the link. http://history.dragoons.org/modules/gallery/album01
Click on a photo to enlarge it. Once it is enlarged, click on it again to make it even larger for reading the text. If you have any problems, give me a holler.
don't mean to bugging anyone from amberg but does anyone have or was there a yearbok for 64-65 if so could you post some pictures from it especially HHT and pitman i'm just really starting to learn this thing and have found some pictures that will be trying to learn how to save and then post this 72 year old man is kinda slow in leaning something new bear with me
spent 64-65 in amburg and weiden was radio teletype operator was in HHT really enjoyed my time over there have been trying to find anyone that might have served with me during that time frame PTSD has messed up my mind from vietnam but if anyone happens to remember me please let me know i remember kirby and wetsel(am not sure of the spelling) but he was in sqdn commo thanks for your time and god bless you all nelson
Started by Glenn Gutshall in General Nov 3, 2014.
Garry Byers - - -
Check out Glen Gutsall's Discussion on Ham Operators on the Main Page
Any of you guys ham radio operators?
Spent 19 months in Amberg, 1968-1969 with a great group of guys. Still keep up with most of them, and we try to get together every now and then. Last reunion-2014 Haverhill, MA. We published a book this year about our experiences in the 3d Herd, titled, What Did You Do in The Cold War, Daddy? by Jack Tarvin with Ed Paquette. Ya might want to look at it if you were there. It's available on Amazon.
Thanks, folks. Yeah I looked up the place in Google - looks fantastic - but according to the internet there are only 40 people living there :)
Any recommendations when travelling there from Germany?A rental car seems to be a must - probably a 4x4 ;)
Atlanta Idaho, wow that is way up the hill, I used to live in Boise its 70 miles into the mountains a Friend I know from HP has a house there
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