Connecting the Troopers of Today with the Veterans of Yesterday.
Many of us experienced a unique part of history patrolling the East German & Czechoslovakian Borders during the Cold war. Share those stories here with those who served on the border.
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Border rotation those where the days . Rail load from Amberg to camp May and stopping between towns and looking for fraulines.
If we didn't have the right materials to complete a job, we would mox nix it and get it done. also if someone asked you if you wanted to do something an acceptable answer was mox nix.
I thought it meant "Means Nothing"...Oh well, it wouldn't be the first or last time I was wrong.
Mox Nix is what I heard, Dennis.
I believe it's "macht nichts" Dennis. Word for word it means "makes nothing".
Does anyone still say mox nix?
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