Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
For those who served at Christensen Barracks.
Location: Bindlach, Germany
Latest Activity: Mar 13
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This Quonset hut was still there too when I visited in 2008.
I had a chance to visit Bindlach last fall. I was stationed there in 83-84. My son currently is an 1st Lt. in the 2nd Cav stationed in Vilseck. We spent a rainy afternoon on the old post. It is now a housing development. Most of the old barracks are gone and replaced by single family homes. Only Delta Company barracks is still there. It is now an apartment building. The regimental HQ is still there and is now a housing complex. The family housing is still there. The old motor pool and the new motor (which was built while I was there) are now part of a business park. The mess hall and commissary are gone, but the PX is still there. It was fun to go back and see Christensen Barracks. The memories started flooding back.
I remember someone on guard at the main gate screwing around with there 45 and pow!! no more live ammo to be loaded in you side arm!!!!!
Someone has asked the name of the gasthaus at the bottom of the hill. It was Jetta's. Trip down pretty good, coming back up....not so good!
In 83, the building across the road from the main gate was the taxi stand and some little shop. The other buildings were gone and you could not even tell that they had ever been there. That area was used for training.
That is the EM club, the DP camp and Peat's Taxi + can be seen across the road. The last building in the 1st photo is the building the PX was in.
Daniel,that is the first picture of a building across from the Guard Gate that I have seen. Thanks!
There are about 75 more photos from that time frame if you go to my page and check out my photos. :) Merry Christmas To All.
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