Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
For those who served in Bamberg.
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Started by Randy Garbrick. Last reply by Galen L. Schroeder Dec 28, 2013.
Jeffrey, feel free to post your group photos.
Hi Jeffrey, Long time. I was E Trp 3d platoon leader back then before transferring down to Nurnberg to be the Regimental Ammo Officer. SFC Kroner was my platoon sergeant. I have had contact with a few of the guys from my platoon but not many. Some of the troop are no longer with us.
Hi to you all, I was in E co back in 1977 1979 would like to know if any one is on this Base site from that time period and would like to see any Group Photo's My ID Call sign was Eco 48 or 49 Recovery 2/2 Cav would like to hear back Thx...
Thanks, Bruce. My son, who was like 8 years old at the time, said that he thought it was Warner II. He just was there in April on vacation with his family. The place sure has changed. The housing area is now a refugee camp enclosed by chain link fence and the occupants throw rocks at folks outside the wire.
Can someone tell me what the name of the kasern for 2nd Squadron in Bamberg? I remember the one across the street was Warner Barracks. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
betcha there's a LOT of us troopers loaded for bear
I got my stuff ready to roll too, John!
I remember the day I landed in west Germany. the sgt. at the air base [Rheine meine ] handed me an m-16 said get on truck the px has just been bombed by terrorist. so tyhis terrorist shit is no new news to me. I am armed to this day.i am and will defend this soil more than any other. any body out there holler back .
Ron I think that is 1 hell of a funny story. the man probably deserved every little bit of that. I myself do not remember sgt. wigley .I was in G-Troop with a sfc mixon platoon sgt.tank for a while they liked the way I loaded the m-1 my load time was 2-3seconds one time I was at a gunnery and was the only soldier to take a man size target with a 240 machine gun at 1100 meters all of their self righteous jaws just dropped and stayed that way man. I still look back on that day . igot off my tank and looked around I can stiil see theamazment n their faces out done by me aa poor little pvt. ha ha ha ha 420 to ya ron thanks for the comment lets me know somebody has a sense of humour.keep in touch
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