Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
For those who served at Christensen Barracks.
Location: Bindlach, Germany
Latest Activity: Dec 27, 2018
Started by PHILIP SHERIDAN GREAVES. Last reply by Ernest R. Stevenson Sep 15, 2018.
Started by MARK PILLOW Mar 24, 2018.
Started by Cosme Guzman-Torres. Last reply by Roger Digel-Barrett May 23, 2016.
Steve I was in D company M - 88 Driver 1969 Thur 1972
I'm still trying to locate those serving 1/2 ACR at Christensen Barracks in Binlach, Germany between 1968 - 1973. Thanks for your help. I served as HQ Troop XO, S-1 and S-3 staff during my June 1969 - June 1972 tour. Cpt. Steve Oliver
There was an old cement foundation for a shed that had burnt down right next to the parking lot by HHT barracks. One Friday afternoon, before catching the train to Nurnberg, a bunch of guys picked up some officer's car and carried to the middle of the foundation. It couldn't be driven out, so it sat there until Monday morning formation when everybody had to move it to the parking lot.
Must have been after I left in May '77
I remember an incident back when I was there...between 76 and 79...a sheridan was backing off the firing line and one was approaching and there was an accidental firing...it hit the sheridan coming off I think and killed several in the tank...anyone remember that?
looks like the old storage shed we had back in '76 in our motor pool...across the street from the PX
I have been attempting to prepare a list on those who served with 1/2 ACR in BIndlach, Germany, Christensen Barracks from 1968 - 1973. I have a list of those I remember, but have not had contact with. If you are on this list or know of their contact information please refer them to this site.
1. Jan Jones 2. Tom Kreger 3. Don Phillips 4. Dan White 5. Maj Ray Hudson 6. Bill Koch 7. Bill Steigman 8. Dr. Stewart Cohen 9. Dr. Dennis Casciato 10. Chuck Henne II 11. John Lednicky 12. Tim Selby 13. Michale Trepeta 14. Paul Welp 15. LTC Wallace Steiger Jr. 16. John Fisher 17. Jerry Kelom 18. Bruce Fried 19. Royal Latshaw 20. Mike Shaffer 21. William Barry 22. Richard Marshall 23. Lee Robinson 24. Scriv Griffith 25. Gary Eigerman 26. Don Mayhew 27. John Farrar 28. James Falkenstrom 29. Wayne Shirley 30. Brian Copley 31. Hal Harnagel 32. Sam Robinson 33. Charley Rayl 34. Sgt. Maj. Harriman 35, Doyle Harr 36. Gibson Lanier 37. Bill Neff 38. Harold King 39. Skip Rawl 40. Ton Tullius 41. Lt Burnette 42. Jim Adams (Bun Rab) 43. Kenny Dodson 44. Pat Shannon 45. Bob Young 46. Bob Wagoner 47. Bruce Vandewalker 48. Ralph Crosby 49. Todd Fisher
50. LTC George Rostine 51. LTC Smith 52. CWO Berry 53. Dan Mann 54. Lt. George Pinto 55. Jack Reed 56. Chaplin Morros 57. Steve Malfaattie 58. Chuck Mosley 59. Tim Mason
Still wondering what ever happened to 1Sgt Dusty Collins... He was B Trp 1Sgt then moved on.... I left in 86... Anyone have any info on Top Collins??
Guess I just missed you, Doc Dodge. I was at Camp Pitman (with C Troop) when you got to the Rock in January and left there for home in February, so though our times there slightly overlapped, we never crossed paths.
'DOC' Dodge here. Hello to all my Cav brothers. I was the medic at Camp Gates and was assigned to Delta Company aas their Sr. Aidman a lot.
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