Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
For those who served at Christensen Barracks.
Location: Bindlach, Germany
Latest Activity: Jan 27, 2022
Started by PHILIP SHERIDAN GREAVES. Last reply by George H Crump (Chief) Oct 5, 2019.
Started by MARK PILLOW Mar 24, 2018.
Started by Cosme Guzman-Torres. Last reply by Roger Digel-Barrett May 23, 2016.
Hi Mark - Chief here - looking for any infor on the M-24 Tank - again do you have any pictures you could share - what was your favorite guesthouse? who was your Sq, Cmd - were you involved with the closing? attached a couple of Pic.from the last time I was there in 2008. take care and stay fit to fight - Chief
Hi Darrell - I was assigned to D Co.from 1972-78 a few years before your time - place check my site for more information and Pic.- I'm looking for any photos you might have to share. - Dragoon for life - Chief Crump
How did the Cook's Tank get down to HQ? We went somewhere, tank in front of chow hall, got home, tank gone! After some reconnaissance I was told it was driven down there. I was surprised they got that thing running. Who did it?
C Trooper here. Scout 85-89. Dave I was tasked to the SOC as an operator when you were there.
COMMO CHECK from Dave Gray 2ND PSG in C TRP from late DEC 1987 to OCT 1989 then 1SG of D CO from NOV 1989 through May 1992. Trying to re-establish contact with any troopers from either unit.
Hi Frank R. Twitcell, I was in How Battery 1st Squadron from 74-77. I remember LTC Dennis Malcor well. Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Malcor passed away in 2016. Here is his obituary.
Sept 75 -Sept 80, I had many great memories. First it was the tight group in c Trp 3rd Plt. Troop 1SG Miller certainly was one of the best 1SG I had the chance to work for. SSG Cassidy was the next, cannot forget Sgt Jeriken squad leader. These men were my mentor that made me have the drive which helped me have the success I have had.. Their leadership and professionalism gave me the direction along with the success to stay in the military too retire.
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