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Roosevelt staffordSat, 25 Oct 2014 3:45PM

Stationed in Ansbach from 1980 to 1983 as Commo chief in C Btry 2/28 FA.

Rob SchoofSat, 30 Aug 2014 8:05AM

I was stationed at Bliedorn from 87 to 89, A Btry, 2/28fa, changed to 3/17fa while I was there...a lot of great memories, loved being there...dated Cheryl Morgan, a dependent who joined the air force...wonder what ever happened to her

Stephen ClancyWed, 21 Aug 2013 10:27AM

attached to Community leaders office from 501 AG, HQ HQ 1st Armored Division 1973 to 1974 W/ David W. Hermies, Rick Garza, Sgt Major Ross, Sgt Potter, Sgt Holman, Sgt Tolman, Sgt Duck Deline. Where are you now contact me at stvclancy@gmail.com

Bill DavisFri, 9 Aug 2013 5:04AM

HQ, 1st Armored Division, 1973-1975, Comptroller Office.  I was Division Budget Officer as 1Lt and CPT.  Fantastic tour, first child born in Nurnberg Army Hosp.  I remember Tom Boyce from 501 AG, as mentioned in one entry, played some hoops with him.  Favorite eatery was Vito's Tavern and Grill down in Ansbach.

Charles E WorkmanThu, 8 Aug 2013 4:19PM

I was in nam June 69/June 70 I was with A/ Btry 2bn 33rd arty.1st inferty div. I was on gun 6 we had 105. Was at fire base Gala. Thanks. Chuck

erv fettchenhauerThu, 11 Jul 2013 1:04PM

I was stationed in Ansbach from 1864-1965 I played in the 17th Arty of the 210 Arty Group marching band.
We played for change of command ceremonies and went Garmisch Partenkirchen on
TDY every 6 months.  I knew Stella and Blanca her sister and also Stella's son Dieter.
I never kept in touch with them after my time.  Some of my friends were Jim Huckabee, Louis A., Holt, Leyedecker and Johnny Sciacca.  Not necessearily in order. We had fun, has anyone kept in touch with any of these guys?

HarroldWed, 26 Jun 2013 3:33PM

Ansbach Germany 2/28 FA. Bravo battery 1st section Boss hog room 228 (1980/11981)thinking of all the good times & good people.my friend Bruce Laskey James E Gordon Jed Moya Allen Kurt & all who I forgot. Sad news James P Bryant has passed away R.I.P.my good friend. Thinking of all the good times we had the liberty bell the clock softball games with the dugout of beer bottle labels can not forget the trips to Nurnberg!. Hope to here from all of you. Best wishes

Doug Schlumbohm | 4th Msl Bn, 28th Arty HomepageMon, 3 Jun 2013 5:44AM

I served in Ansbach twice, both times at Bleidorn Kaserne.  4th Msl Bn, 28th Arty from Apr 60-Apr 63 and with the 1st Bn, 68th Arty Oct 64 until sometime in 1966 when we relocated to Schwaebisch Hall.  One was a Lacrosse missile unit and the other was a Sergeant missile unit.  My son was born in the USAH Furth during my first tour.  Ansbach was a much more pleasant tour than Schwab. Hall.

Brian SmytheSun, 21 Apr 2013 6:08PM

Stationed at Barton Barracks HHC 141 SIG BN from Feb 1987 until Aug 1990. It was my first duty station and still remember so much from that place. It is amazing that after over 20 years in the Army I can still recall so much about Ansbach, my motorpool section, and others that left such an impression on my life. Truly miss those days and the friends that I made there. Take care my friends!

RonnieSat, 13 Apr 2013 8:02AM

Stationed Bleidorn  B Brty 2/28 FA & B Brty 3/17 th FA  1987 - 1989

Jerry Buszek | jerome.buszek@gmail.comSat, 6 Apr 2013 12:35PM

I was a clerk/typist at Barton Barracks, working out at Katterbach for the DSP Unit of 4/57th from July 1968 to September 1969. Anybody out there remember those times. Send me an e-mail at jerome.buszek@gmail.com

Bruce Lasky | brucelasky@comcast.netSat, 6 Apr 2013 7:26AM

Iwas in B-Battery 1980-1981 Good old times down at the NCO Club,and the Clock,down town Ansbach!!

Lauri Tilka-PalmerFri, 25 Jan 2013 5:35PM

My dad was in the 48th Aviation Company. I lived many years in Ansbach, Katterbach and the surrounding area. My dad's name is Robert A. Tilka (Bob). I went to school at Barton Barracks and Ansbach American Middle/High School. I also got married in Ansbach, in 1982, but am now divorced.  I loved my life in Ansbach and wish I could be there now.  My parents lived there for over 35 years. Now stateside, but go back every year.

JurgenFri, 25 Jan 2013 5:25PM

I lived in Bleidorn Housing from 72-77. I went to Barton elementry school and then went to Katterbach High. My dad was SGT Carter and was with the 141 sig BN. Anybody remember him? I remember a guy named James that I used to hang out with in Taco Maco. Sure would like to meet him or anyone that knows my dad.

James Petretta | www.animpossibledreamstory.comThu, 24 Jan 2013 3:36PM

I served as NCOIC, 1st AD CMDSA, 141st Signal Bn, Ansbach, from 1976-1980.  It was the best tour of my career.  At one point, I served as Nuclear Control Chief while we awaited a new Warrant Officer.  I loved my troops the those I worked for, honest to God.  They were the most awesome folks I'll ever have the privilege of working with.  Any of them (or you all) are welcome to contact me. I fell in love there, and wrote about it in my book, "An Impossible Dream Story".  It's available on Amazon, but I will gift Kindle versions to anyone who will read it.

Barry WhteWed, 23 Jan 2013 6:59PM

I WAS STATION IN ANSBACH WITH THE 141 SIGNAL BN Bco.
SSG Barry White

epperson, dennyMon, 21 Jan 2013 4:30PM

Served from 1972 until 1972, Hq. 141 Sig Bn.

Wayne FosterMon, 21 Jan 2013 6:07AM

Ansbach COM CENTER NCOIC 1977 to the last day of 1979. Best tour
of duty in my 21 Army years. I dont remimber all your names but
you were the best. E-mail me any time.

Ric PotterWed, 16 Jan 2013 5:02PM

1st BN 33 HJ FA 1966,  Hqs Battalion, Motor Pool, Dispatcher.  Dec 66 levied for Vietnam.  Hated to leave such a wonderful place.  Winter in Graf....WOOOOOO!!  Worst and beer...I try hard to recreate that here at home.  Just not the same.

Norman MabeTue, 8 Jan 2013 1:34PM

I was assigned to 1-37 Armor from Dec 1966-July 1969. I was in the HHQ maintenance Section with Sandy the Motor Sgt. Like to meet up with a few old friends.

Kenneth JonesFri, 4 Jan 2013 9:33PM

I was in A Co. 141 Sig in Ansbach from '73 to '75.  Most of it wasn't too bad.  The Yom Kippur war alerts and the "run of the mill alerts" with the Russians were irritating.  Some of us there had done our time in the Nam. Overall, it was a good time with friends and comrades and I am glad I was there.  I still think of the people I knew there and wonder what became of them-except for one I met after I got out.  I was a police officer and arrested him-what luck eh?  I wish I had contact with my old buddies/it's still a bond that can only be untended, but never forgotten.

chris youngSat, 29 Dec 2012 7:53PM

served in the 2/28FA 1975-1978 battalion maintnance spc-4 where we did nothing much to speak of other than smoking alot of hash with the CO and the nco's Good time at Marie's also called mom's drinking out of a glass boot!!! You got a face full if you wasn't careful. Thank's to all who have served. We were not right though.We were crazzzzy.I miss some of my old friend's and think of them from time to time.

Bob DavisSun, 23 Dec 2012 9:04AM

I was stationed in Ansbach at Hindenburg Kaserne from 1982-1983 in HHC 1st AD. I was in G-3 Plans.  I have a lot of great memories about Germany and the soldiers I was stationed there with.  Hard to believe it's been so long ago.

Doug BrownSat, 8 Dec 2012 2:25PM

Anyone know where (1980s) captin Dooley is now would like to talk to her 951-251-2735

David WilhelmWed, 5 Dec 2012 10:07AM

I was with the 34th. arty. air section. tdy attatched to 210th gp.  1963 to 1966.  love to hear from anyone who was there!

Robert LytleWed, 28 Nov 2012 7:32PM

I was stationed on Biedorn Kaserne in Ansbach twice.  First assignment was direct from AIT Fort Sill, Oklahoma with an assignment with B Battery 2/28th Field Artillery from 1966-1969. After a three year tour I was promoted to SSG.  I came back for my second three year assignment with again with B Battery 2/28th FA from 1971-1974.  I will always remember the best by test battery tests that we had.  I remember this time very well as during this tour we had one Battalion test that we fired 100% of our 175MM rounds in the box.  COL Glick was Bn commander and CPT Chick was my commander.  B Battery was center battery for the Battalion and I was the Base piece section.  This was a special moment for me and I was hornored.  I would be love to hear from fellow Soldiers that were stationed with me.

Kurt T. NunnallySun, 25 Nov 2012 4:41PM

I was a SP5 stationed at Hindenburg Kaserne in Ansbach from Dec. 72 to Feb. 74. I operated offset presses in the downstairs of the 501st AG Admin. section. MSG Boone and LT Boyce were in charge of the section. I never maintained contact with anyone from then. Is anyone out there?

John LeidigTue, 20 Nov 2012 4:30PM

I was stationed at Bamberg Germany 1981-1983 Service Battery, 1st Howitzer Btn, 75th ATTY. I was the Btn welder for thoes years. If anybody served with me back then give me an email would be great to here from you.

Rangel | www.facebook.com/djdublejMon, 12 Nov 2012 6:18PM

I was stationed C Company 141st Signal Battalion, Barton Barracks, from 89 to 91.  Looking for Snyder, Howell, and Guerra!  We use to hang out at a bar called Lady Bell.  Great Times!

DJ TT WIZARD | www.myspace.com/djttwizardtoohotFri, 19 Oct 2012 11:30AM

I remember the Clubs: Moskottes discotek, The Flair & Queens Club back in 1989-1991.  I was the DJ at those clubs...

Richard Crandall Thu, 18 Oct 2012 4:57PM

A battery special weapons 59 to aug 60. Lt Paul Minton was Co. Hindenburg kas.8 inch sp how. Rember the blck bear. Got my attitude adjusted there.

Jerry SteinbergSat, 6 Oct 2012 5:46PM

I was stationed with the 210th Artillery Group at Barton Barracks from November 1968 to August 1970.  Cpt. Barry Adams was the battery CO at that time, good people and a great place.

Doris and Don EstridgeFri, 5 Oct 2012 8:58AM

Lived there many years

Armella CrabbeThu, 4 Oct 2012 6:30AM

I was stationed in Ansbach Germany in1976-1976, Best tour of duty ever. I found Michael Henson in Maryland , We both live  maryland.  We are looking for Izell  D. McGill (Mac ) who worked in Class B Finance in Ansbach.  Son name is Hook,  Wife name Gail.  He was also station at Ft. mcpherson ga. last known. email us please

William RiceWed, 3 Oct 2012 9:02AM

Hello, I'm Billy Rice and I was wondering if anyone could tell me if the base is still open and if the Katterbach hospital nearby is still there as well? The reason is I am trying to obtain records from Bliedorn from when I broke my ankle there in 1982. I was in C-Btry and was the driver for a M109, 548, and 191. We was on way to Nato23 when another driver ran me over in a 548. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

allen jonesTue, 25 Sep 2012 9:58PM

Allen Jones HHC 141 Signal Bn, Barton Bks from 1981-1983 and 1984 to 1984, worked in the CMDSA for Chief Jones

Douglas BrownTue, 25 Sep 2012 1:57PM

Looking for friends from early 80s, my # 951-251-2735

Caryn HoldburgFri, 21 Sep 2012 6:01PM

Was stationed in Ansbach, 1973 to early 1975, worked in the comm center. The barracks they gave us poor WACs was the top floor of the mp bldg. No day room, no laundry facility, no cq, but we had a great time, till more WACs came in. Was great with only one to a room. Used to drive the truck to Nurenberg, when comm center went down and we had to transport msgs back and forth.
I really loved the area and the people.
Many good memories
Caryn

ISGT RET ERROL R. BRUMMSun, 9 Sep 2012 1:39PM

I HAVE A GOOD PICTURE OF THE 1ST FORMING OF THE MAIT FOR THE 1ST AD WHEN AT PINDER BARRACKS. WITH THE M35 TRUCK WE MADE UP. I WAS THE TRACK INSPECTOR AND ELECTRICAL INSTRUCTOR AS WELL. THE DIVISION WAS COMMANDED BY GENERAL GALLOWATY THEN AND CW4 IRA C. KIRKLAND WAS THE MAIT CHIEF.INTERESTED IN PICTURE GIVE ME A SHOUT. novaisme77@aol.com

Therese LynchFri, 24 Aug 2012 7:35AM

I was stationed in Ansbach from 1977/1978 at the 501st AG. I worked in the Post Office.

TOM PENNACCHIOSat, 11 Aug 2012 11:33AM

I was at Barton barracks at that time.ETS 4/12/1972. You must be talking about Capt Hogan Wilson Co A 141 signal. He was my CO. Stocky , wore glasses, from the South. The unit move from Goeppingen Germany Cook barracks. I was with the unit 1970-72. Always wondered what happened to HOGGIE...

Joe DeSantisThu, 9 Aug 2012 7:27AM

I was stationed in Ansbach with the Public Information Office, Headquarters 1st Armored Division, from 1975 to 1975 then got promoted and moved to Frankfurt to work for AFN sports.  Had a blast.  Remember train rides every week to Nuremberg to tape our 1st Armored Division radio show, "This, That & the Other."  Sgt. Morris and Sgt. Welch were our two PIO NonComs and then Major Charles Crescioni was division PIO.  Got busted several times for shooting fireworks out the barracks windows...under the influence of good German beer.  Miss my pomme frittes mit mayonaise and my brochen, along with great Jeagerschnitzel.

BaronSat, 28 Jul 2012 9:08PM

I remembergoing to McDonald"s and seeing beer on the menu"s and saying this is the place. O yea

Mike PattersonWed, 25 Jul 2012 8:22AM

2/28  great unit good times greats buddies.1971 to 1978
one thing i can say (we were always ready. steel on the hill
best by test. C btry 2nd gun secton(chcolate chip)and Ansbach
great city good people. the food mmmmm. hope to hear from the guys. take  care.

Joel BarreraWed, 18 Jul 2012 3:35AM

Staioned Barton Barracks from 1983 thru 1986

Donald Leonard JohnsonSat, 14 Jul 2012 11:17AM

I was the chaplains assistant with 4th57tharty, 32 AADCOM at barton baracks in ansbach from 1970-1971. Had some great friends and a great time in Ansbach. Would love some pictures from this time. I have a few I can post, if someone wants them.
Got in touch with a good friend Jesse Tate from NC. If you remember me and want to get in touch please do. I would love to go back to this great town.

Roland RosenkranzSun, 8 Jul 2012 4:15PM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks during the period of Sept 1959-August 1960.  In August our unit was deactivated.  Our unit was B Battery 1st AW BN, 44th Arty Automatic.  Our vehicles were the M-42 Duster.  The M-42 had an open turret with twin 40mm.  The engine was 500HP.  Our CO was a Captain Wilson, one of the best officers I had.  After 50 plus years I made contact last year with one of my comrades.  The others I found on the computer passed on, but I contacted their family members.  I also remember the 210th Art Group , Honest John missiles, and the Black Bear.  I ended up in Munchen.

Doug BrownSun, 1 Jul 2012 7:58PM

Was stationed at Barton early 80s captain Dooly was our captain you can reach me on my cell 951-251-2735

E HowlandWed, 27 Jun 2012 4:57AM

My dad, Charles Isom, was stationed in Ansbach circa 1963-64. Does anyone remember him?

baronSun, 17 Jun 2012 6:03PM

I was in b/btry from 82 84 hung
with donahue at the liberty bell so much I think we owned it great people ran it and the d.j all ways played what we wanted sgt tovar was one of my sgts and sgt.anderson and sgt spellman also hung with brackett and lee and roberson
joiner from a/btry anybody remember mason ,curry,eller mack had some good timesssss

LisaSun, 17 Jun 2012 8:13AM

I am helping a friend in Denmark try to find Billy John Shelden who apparently was stationed in Ansbach in the late 1960s. Any contact information, or information about where he is now would be greatly appreciated.

James/Jim WoolfSat, 16 Jun 2012 12:00PM

At Barton Brk - Signal School 1954 -57.    Good memories, adopted our daughter while their.   Many excursions through out Europe.    Let's talk.     Jim

Curtis Harris Jr.Thu, 14 Jun 2012 10:20AM

Ansbach, Germany ... Bliedern Karserne - Service Battery 2/28th ... 1985-87 ... what a blast! .... train rides to Nurenburg, Wurzburg , Stuggart etc. ... German food, vacation in Spain .. oh winning softball championship for Bliedern Karserne, Ansbach and even the jokes after the losing at Bamberg tournament ... so many memories!!!

Williams, AngieSun, 10 Jun 2012 6:03PM

Stationed at Barton Barracks 141 Sig Bn from Jan 86 to Nov 88. Had a blast, remember Macousti (I know I spelled that wrong) the club that all the soldiers hung out at.  Hung out with Black from New York, Martin from Chicago, my homey Sgt Windom aka Peewee; Sgt Brooks, SFC Scott, would love to hear from anybody that was there doing that time.

Opal FordMon, 4 Jun 2012 9:53PM

I lived in Ansback for 3 years. I was apart of C Battery/ 6/52 Task Force.  Report to Rodney Harris and loved my tour.  My young sons are now grown and I am a Nana.  I work in accounting and now live in Michigan.  I would love to hear from others who tour during 1994- 1996.  Peace and love to you all.  Special shout out to Rodney.....hope you find this message.

Robert StewartSat, 2 Jun 2012 4:32PM

B Batt 2/28 FA 74/75. My 2nd day there, right outside the front gate, the guy who was to take me around to get processed in pulls out a bowl and looks me in the eye, are you cool?? I remember his nick-name, Smack Mack. Yes I can say I had some interesting times!! Maria's Gasthaus did have the best ham and cheese sandwich!! Wished I had traveled more, beautiful place.

Donald MartinezFri, 1 Jun 2012 9:51PM

I was in HHC 1/37 Armor in Katterbach  August 1973 to August 1974. Looking for a good friend from Watertown, Mass. by the name of John P. Sousa.  I am from Denver, Colorado

AdrianSun, 20 May 2012 2:47PM

Hello.  I am looking for a Staff Sgt that was stationed in Stuttgart, Germany around 1976-1977.  All I know about him was his rank (E5), his first name I believe is Mac and he might have been from Indiana.  I also believe he might have been in his 30's around this time.  If you think you might know any informaiton about him or how to find out more information about him, I would greatly appriciate the help.

Tom O'NeilThu, 17 May 2012 11:32AM

I was a medic with the 1st How Bn 75th FA which changed over to the 2nd How BN 28th FA. Stationed there from Jan 1962 to Jul 1964.  Great times!

charles kasubaThu, 10 May 2012 1:53PM

Best years with all my room mates at HHB 2/28FA Communications Platoon.

Jon N SmyserMon, 7 May 2012 1:55PM

I was in C co, 141 sig bn, Barton Barracks from 1987-1989.  It was some good times.

Claude EckertSun, 22 Apr 2012 7:43PM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks with the Survey Section of HQ/1/33/210 from June '66 thru November '68.  Lots of good memories from those days - even of not so pleasent times (spending December of '66 in tents in the field sighting in "secret war time firing positions").  Somehow when going down the hill to town we often didn't make it past the Halfway House.  Managed some travel but not as much as I would have liked, but did enjoy Amsterdam multiple trips.

Leroy MonroeWed, 11 Apr 2012 10:55PM

Hello,all of you who were at Barton Barracks in Ansbach Germany from 1963-1965.My name is Leroy Monroe who was the little fellow that was section chief in the 133rd Honest John Missle Battalion.I joined the boxing team in late 1964 along with Lewis Edwards.Would like to hear from some of you guys.It's been almost 50 years since. My e-mail address is leroymonroe@aol.com. I hope all of you are doing well.I'm 69 and have'nt grown another inch.

Randolph D.Espinosa SrWed, 11 Apr 2012 4:47PM

I was stationed in Ansbach in 75-76, with CoB, 141st Sig Bn, 1st AD.Loved the city,went on many Volksmarches,many gaust hauses.Went on a few Reforgers also.Good people,great time of my life.Proud to be an Iron Soldier to this day.

byron64Mon, 2 Apr 2012 2:32AM

141sig bn  86/88 fuel handler s-4 section best time of my career . great city

Don SeidelWed, 28 Mar 2012 9:19AM

I  was stationed in Ansbuch at Barton Barracks from 1970 - 1971 with the 32d ADCOM.  Our shop was in Katterbach and we repaired radars for the Hawk missle system. What a beautiful place to be stationed. Great times and great friends some of them I still keep in touch with.

Jeff DominguezSun, 18 Mar 2012 12:24AM

I was stationed at C Btry 2/28 FA from 1976 - 1979.  Ansbach is a beautiful city and it really has changed since I've been there.  I miss all my friends I had there and was the best time of my life except Graf.  Also I have been looking for Roger Plank and Ken Hoffman.  If anyone knows them, let me know how to get ahold of them.  Go to Facebook and search for:  Former members of 2nd BN 28th FA during the 70's, you will find a group of us there.

Steve SchoenebeckFri, 16 Mar 2012 7:15AM

I was Stationed in Katterbach, B Attk 501st CAB, from 1981 to 1984 lots of good times.

marshall hawkinsSat, 10 Mar 2012 9:51PM

Hey guys i was to 501st Mp co.72 to 74 ansbach, Im look for guys who assign to the unit at that time.contact me at sgtrock1h2001@yahoo.com

zakrzewski dietmar | facebookFri, 9 Mar 2012 12:21PM

hi guys..,i was lookin for my dad named wallece keane.he was 1 sgt stationed in katterbbach germany in 1978-1981.does anyone know this guy...please send me some infos about him...thanks a lot for your hlp.

Barry RivenTue, 6 Mar 2012 7:18PM

2/28th HQ company 1972 John Brandle,   John Reardon   Bob Bessman   Wiley Brice   anyone know these guys or where they may be

Greg JacksonMon, 5 Mar 2012 5:15PM

I was stationed in Katterbach from 1981-1982.
I would love to see photos from this era. it's changed so much.

John ShelverFri, 2 Mar 2012 1:39PM

Stationed at Graf 86-89.  Company Commander of HHC 7ATC.  What a great job.  Some of the best times of my life.

Paul BartlettFri, 24 Feb 2012 11:28PM

Served '75-'78 with 501st AG mostly in the mess hall and NCO club. Great memories of Ansbach

priceWed, 22 Feb 2012 5:12PM

there dec 83-dec 85 501st ag stan, carles and forgot other roommate from pa who good is blessing you billye calvin joe saigh and clarke iris wise pete from 177th

miguel r. serda, jr.Sun, 12 Feb 2012 5:55PM

i was stationed at hindenburg kansern from june of 66' to feb.67' worked at the HHQ. supply room 1/37th. 4th. a.d. moved there from mckee barracks in crailsheim. remember some really great guys and a great time there. there was a pizza place near the post that had the best pizza i have ever had. i would like to return there one day before its too late. i wonder if the florida bar and the black bear are still there?

Kevin Seidl | www.abramsstandards.netTue, 7 Feb 2012 4:47PM

Lookinhg for all veterans that served with 1-37 Armor. We have more than 300 veterans signed up on www.abramsstandards.net  ! The site is free and safe and has veterans from WWII to modern day. If you served with 1-37 Armor, please reach out to me at kevinseidl@msn.com

Kevin Seidl
1-37 Armor 1987-1995

Michael CotteleerMon, 6 Feb 2012 3:21PM

I was stationed in Ansbach with the 1st Missle Battalion, 33d Arty from July, 1962 through December 1964.  Served as Battalion clerk, HQ Battery clerk, mail clerk and personnel clerk.  I see that John Foust, Ken Siegel and Tony Diaz who also served with me have signed this guestbook also.  Hello and best wishes to all.  Spent many an evening at the Grey Wolf where I met the Edelhauser family who I still communicate with after nearly 50 years.  Have been back to Asnbach several times.  There have been changes since my day.  The Grey Wolf burned down in 2004 (the day before I got there); Hindenburg Kaserne is now the Brueke (Bridge) shopping mall, and the parade ground at Barton Barracks is now a parking lot.  Nothing lasts forever.  Best wishes to all who served or lived there.

Harold RogersTue, 17 Jan 2012 1:26PM

Stationed at Katterbach 1st bn 37th Armor  1970-1971.. My wife and I had a great time in Ansbach.

William P RileyThu, 12 Jan 2012 5:00PM

I was a gun mech in 80-82 in the 2/28 FA A Battery.Everybody remember Graf????Lots of good memories!!!!!

Richard MeisWed, 11 Jan 2012 1:59PM

Stationed in Ansbach (Barton Barracks) with Hq, 4th Missile, 57th Arty from 1964 to 1966. Had a great time in an interesting city. Have been back to Ansbach several times since then.

Dean DeSantisTue, 10 Jan 2012 6:06PM

Stationed Ansbach barton Barracks 141st Sig  B Company  YRS: 82-84
Job 31M Spec 4

Dan RutledgeTue, 10 Jan 2012 2:39PM

I was stationed in Ansbach at Bliedorn Kns C Battery 2 28FA between 12/1975 til 4/1978. 12 of us have contacted and would love to find more members. Feel free to contact me at rutl653@bellsouth.net

Jerry DukesMon, 9 Jan 2012 2:25PM

Hello Glenn Tilley. We were in "A" Battery together. I am still friends with Ann Dickinson. I know you remember her. Hope you are well.

John ScottSat, 7 Jan 2012 1:30PM

I was stationed at Hindenberg Kaserne from Aug 1959 to Feb 1961. I was a surveyor for the 8 inch self propelled.
Remember Bill Russell, Doug Bailey, Walt Phelps, Dave Budres, Joe Landolfi, Richard Snyderman. Forgot many other names.
Would like to hear from some who were there during that time.

Lenny St. PierreFri, 6 Jan 2012 8:58AM

I was stationed at Hindenburg Kaserne 1959-1962 A-Battery 1st howitzer bn.75th Arty. Iwas in Ansbach a long time and looking back I enjoyed my time there. I've been in touch with a few guy's from that time. Say hello if you remember me.

Don TorkelsonWed, 4 Jan 2012 9:22AM

I was stationed in Ansbach, Hindenberg Kassern from May 1960 to Nov. 1962.  B Battery, 1st Howitzer Btn, 75th ATTY.

Glen TilleyTue, 3 Jan 2012 9:25AM

A/4/57 24B SP5 stationed at Ansbach, Barton Barracks 68-70 (Hawk).  Nickname "The Gipper". Remember the Grauerwolf and the Kugelstuben quite well.  Trips to Nurnberg to pick up payroll - the "Wall in Nurnberg"!  The Em Club, NCO Club etc. Trips to the missile site.  Freezing Cold temps.  Made a lot of friends - Skip, Joe, Ray, Gary, Larry. Had a great time.  Sleeping with entrenching tool on top of locker.  Would like to go back some day.

Harold/WoodyFri, 23 Dec 2011 9:19AM

Woody- Stationed in Anbach; 1981-1982; Bravo Battery; Room 228; Vehicle Name: Boss Hogg;

Ernest CathersThu, 22 Dec 2011 5:46PM

Stationed in Ansbach fron late 1958 to 1960.  I was with the 793rd MP BN  A Co Ansbach Detachment.

klausTue, 20 Dec 2011 2:21PM

green goose in ansbach is closed forever since 2000.
there is now a medical company called EBA AG

Steffen FuchsSun, 18 Dec 2011 7:50AM

I'm looking for STUART THOMPSON from Ames, Iowa, who was in the army in Illesheim in the second half of the 90's and also went to Bosnia.
If you know anything, it would be nice if you contacted me. He was a good friend of mine, but we lost contact. Tanks!

Chuch WalshSat, 17 Dec 2011 9:10PM

I was stationed at Hindenburg Kaserne in Ansbach from 1966 - 1968. With A company 1st platoon.

DanSun, 4 Dec 2011 12:12PM

I was at Bliedorn HHB 2/28 FA 86 to 88.  Commo section 31C.  What a blast remembering all the friends and the time we spent in Ansbach.  Hope all is well for all of you...

DEBORA DERYKEWed, 16 Nov 2011 9:06PM

I WAS IN ANSBACH , AND MET A GUY NAMED DAVID HE NEVER WAS ANY WHERE WITH  OUT A CAMERA HEW CAME FROM MERTYLE BEACH AREA ? I HAVE A VERY IMPORTANT MAEESAGE FOR HIM HE NEEDS TO EMAIL ME WITH IT . HE TOOK MY PICTURE SITTING IN FRONT OF ONE OF THOSE SHADOW BOXES FILL ED WITH LITTLE TRIKET'S AND I HAD WHITE AND RED NIKE SHOES ON DAVID ALSO CAME TO NURNEMBERG PICKED ME UPI TOOK ME BAK TO ANSBACH FOR THE WEEKENDS TO VISIT AND SITE SEE . I HAVE PHOTOS OF ALL THIS PLEASE WRITE IF YOU EVER SEE THIS OR ANYONE ELSE KNOWS WHO I AM TALKING ABOUT THEY CALLED HIM SMITTY FOR SHORT I AM SURE/.. VERY IMPORTANT TO REACH ME !! THANKS

mortimerWed, 16 Nov 2011 7:56PM

I was stationed at barton  1968-1970 spec 4 A battery 1st bn 33 artillary..Honest John..Lived off post..Anybody remember me and my wife.we are Going back to ansbach some day.Like to here where everybody is now days..

angelsarkMon, 14 Nov 2011 10:25AM

Looking for anyone who was in Company A, B or C. Officers or Commanding LTC Norborn Bowles, 2nd Lt Mac- A Company. 1980. Winter of 1979 E-4 Sterling arrived back to barracks after midnight and noticed a Communications Tent was on fire behind Co-C and rushed to see if anyone was there. Sterling pulled everyone out of Tent with burn injuries to himself and others and helped one person with breathing problems until Medical team arrived.

Larry LawsonSat, 12 Nov 2011 6:44PM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks A Btry33rd Fieldartillery "Honest John" from 68-70.I had a great time during my stay and enjoyed the towns history.I also got married in Ansbach and my wife Evi is still with me after 40 years.

Ronald SzpontSun, 6 Nov 2011 4:49PM

B btry /HINDENBERG Kaserne Nov'60-apr.'61
great place but home is USA.
anybody still left out ther ???

Frank ByrnsSun, 6 Nov 2011 7:30AM

Hi Dale Kruger, do you have a brother named Billy,I coached him in little league at Barton in 1969. His father was Col. Kruger.

Michael Zygaczenko | mzjz@sbcglobal.netThu, 3 Nov 2011 8:54PM

was with the 501st mp compny from 1973 to 1976, remember names like Lott, battles, hinojas,   Smith ,  michaels, Henson last 6 months was the mail clerk, married girl named Julie  and after 36 years still married

LarryThu, 27 Oct 2011 5:16PM

I was in Ansbach from Dec 1970 to April 1971 in the 210th Artillery Group B battery 33rd Art. Honest John missles. Remember well the good times even the guard duty at Urlas. Loved going to Nurmburg on payday and heading to the big PX.

Kim VesselSat, 22 Oct 2011 5:08PM

Hey Dominic Motti! I cant B u'r friend on FB unless U let me B u'r friend! Kim, & Steve Vessel

Dale KruegerThu, 13 Oct 2011 9:07PM

We lived in Ansbach from 1966-1969. My father was in the military, and I attended second through fifth grade. I lived right across the street from the school on top of the hill.  When I went back in 1987, the school had been turned into a library.  I remember going to see movies each saturday for 25 cents on the base.  There were many adventures catching frogs at the pond and buying delicious candies at the candy store by the pond.  When we first moved there the other kids talked about the "Black-Jacks" who lived up in the "timbers" at the top of the big hill.  They would swing into your room at night and slit your throat if you didnt lock your window.  There were many times I got up and made sure those windows were locked!  Other than that childhood fairytale I have nothing but great memories of those years.

larry wolfenberger | li9880@sbcglobal.netTue, 11 Oct 2011 10:34PM

i was stationed at barton barracks oct 69 to apr 71 at 210 th field artillery group headquaters . i seen a message on this site from teddy montgomery asking about gordon anderson , i believe he lives in madison , wi , paul jarvis lives in zeigler il , kelly , i do not have a clue where he lives . i live in fishers in . i have been back to ansbach twenty [20] times , its just like going home everytime .

Adrienne | http://right-here--right-now.blogspot.comMon, 10 Oct 2011 6:37AM

My husband is the one in the Army and we are currently stationed here with USAG Ansbach. We live in Bleidorn housing. We have been here since April 2011, and expect to be here until April 2014. We absolutely love it here in Germany, and Ansbach is a picturesque town!

David NoblesSun, 9 Oct 2011 7:03PM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks 'A Co' 141st Sig from 76-78. Great town. Really enjoyed my time there.

Lawrence OlindeSat, 24 Sep 2011 11:07AM

I was stationed with the 1st.missle bn.33rd arty.at barton barraks from sept.1962 until jan.1964 my name is Lawrence Olinde e mail is lawro9@aol.com sure would like to here from someone from that time. I was some that you might remember like Lee Clark- Charlie Mott- Castor-Stanley Pecorado- Hinojosa- Sisler- Tony DIAZ-Ken Siegle- Jeff Harris-Maynard Poupart-Kile-and KAMBER and a lot of others hoping to here from some of you soon

Tim SiegelWed, 21 Sep 2011 11:38AM

"B" Battery 1/33rd BN. Arty - Barton Barracks Nov65-December67

I loved Ansbach.

Bill LofgrenFri, 16 Sep 2011 6:23PM

I was stationed in Ansbach at Hindenburg with the 4th Armor Div., ‘A’ company as a tanker (M-60 A1) tank # A-55, from Jan. 68-June 69.  My Platoon leader’s name was Lt. Fish.  My best friends were John Karch (communications) from St Lewis, and Mike Holmes, another tanker.  Mike and I were both from Chicago.  The three of us drank our fill of “Flippies” down at Der Keugelsteuben. There was another great guy by the name of Steven Stafonic from Butt, Montana, and Bruce Lappo from Detroit.  In August of 68 the Russians invaded Czechoslovakia to put down an uprising in the city of Praque, I believe our entire 4th Division along with half of NATO were sitting on the Czeck border waiting for the Russians to come pouring into Germany (Aug. 24th 1968).  In 1969 John, Mike and I ended up separately being sent to Vietnam.  Mike stayed with armor and was wounded in Cambodia, I was assigned to a Macv Advisory team and John was a door gunner with the 25th inf. out of Chu Chi…but we all made it out alive.  I had a great time in Ansbach…lots of good people and fond memories.
Welcome home and thanks for your service.

Frank ByrnsMon, 12 Sep 2011 12:44PM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks from 1969-1971. I was with Hq battery 1st Btn 33rd FA (Honest John) survey section. Have pictures of Barton will send, I would like some pictures of Barton also. Graf, Urlas & Reforger bring back memories. Trips to Salzburg, The Alps, Octorberfest, good memories.

Bob SibleySat, 3 Sep 2011 11:05AM

Was in Ansbach Jan 1962 to Sept. 1963, 2nd missele btn, 40th art.  Was with the Corporal Missele program. Ansbach was a great little town, lots of good memories

Richard MapesWed, 31 Aug 2011 11:32AM

was stationed in Illishiem 4th msl 57th artillery.hawk missile.hedquarters in Ansbach. istsgt name Black.he looked like a bulldog! we had one of most modern missle sights in Germany! i remember our barracks was across from enlisted club.does any one remember in 1964 an accident that killed my friend Felix Botbol and 2 others? pls email me at ramapes@cox.net if anyone remembers that time in Illishiem!

Dyson JohnsonMon, 29 Aug 2011 8:05AM

HHB 2/28 FA, station 1977-1979, Redeye Section. Anybody remember the Gasthaus we call Moms? Best ham and cheese sandwiches and golashe soup.

sam brummettSun, 14 Aug 2011 10:40AM

I was with B Battery 2/28th FA Bliedorn 76/79...First Sgt Robinson was first shirt,,,great man and his wife always had us over for weekend cookouts...

charles sSun, 7 Aug 2011 11:49AM

I was stationed in ansbach germany, barton barracks A btry 1/33rd field artillery HONEST JOHN MISSELE unit from oct 1969 to may 1971. Spent 6 months at graf. I still to this day miss ansbach and the brau fest down town ansbach HURNERBRAU WONDER BRAU GOOD.

Chris StarkSat, 6 Aug 2011 1:52PM

I was stationed at Barton barracks, Bravo company, from 1988-1990.  Was wondering if there was anyone out when I was there?  I remember the paint ball fights we would hold across the street in the forest.

Angelo Navarro Perez, Jr.Tue, 2 Aug 2011 8:07PM

From June 1963 thru Dec 1964, I was a member of the 173rd Ordnance Detachment attached to the 4th Missile Bat of the 57th Arty. Stationed in Ansbach, lived in Barton.

Bobby JenkinsTue, 2 Aug 2011 10:16AM

Stationed in Ansbach 71 1/33 B Battery

Jeff ScottoThu, 28 Jul 2011 2:10PM

Looking for people who were station with the 501st AG Company from
1975-78 at Hindenburg Kas. Lester Stewart aka Bird Dog Lips you
out there?

Nicole AddisonWed, 27 Jul 2011 3:13AM

Hi,
does somebody now a person name Blain Cook, he was soldier in the year 1986 in Ansbach Bleidorn Barracks???
He liked to go to the Bar "Libertybell", or in the "Around the Clock","Goldener Hirsch".
Please, help me to find this Person.
Nicki

Ron FowlerFri, 22 Jul 2011 1:48PM

I would really like to see some of those pictures,Thanks!

EDWed, 20 Jul 2011 7:48AM

B battery 1/75 field artillery 1976-78 Ammo section Then special weapons Last year stationed on a nato site

Ciadi MaddoxTue, 12 Jul 2011 12:12PM

I worked at the Kuglstuben 1967-1969 with my brother Romano and my cousin Flavia. I married Ronnie Maddox who was stationed in Ansbach and lived in Barton barracks. He was in the Army and an instructor for Hawk Missles in Caterbach. If anyone remembers any of us please e-mail me, I would love to hear from anyone who was there at that time. Ciadi Maddox

adamsWed, 6 Jul 2011 9:41PM

aco 141st sig battlion jump paltoon 73to 77

SHIRLEY STAFFORDSun, 3 Jul 2011 4:44PM

Lived in Ansbach 1978-81 with parents.  Father was First Sgt at Hindenburg.  Looking for Daniel Brayant stationed in Bleidorn.

Rodger Walker Sat, 2 Jul 2011 7:24AM

I was stationed in Ansbach, Barton Barracks - HHC 141 Signal Battalion. We had the Army Jeeps,and of course the Gamma-Goat. I enjoyed the Liberty Bell, a small dark place to drink, and a little dance floor. Does anyone remember the bowling alley and the auto craft shop located at Barton. How many of us used the MARS station to call home? I was only stationed for 9 months, then returned to the states for emergency reasons.

Willie PierceSat, 25 Jun 2011 12:51PM

I was stationed in Ansbach from 1963 to June 1966 with 2nd B 28th Arty C Btry. I was a Sgt E5. I worked with the 175 H. Remember all the good food and the bars. Made lots of German friends. Anyone there at time please contact me. wdpierce43@netscape.net

Ken GraybillWed, 22 Jun 2011 7:53PM

I was in the 400th/177th Hindenburg '85-'87 Spent most of my time at the Around The Clock. Had a lot of good times.

Vincent DannaMon, 20 Jun 2011 8:32PM

Served at Bleidorn Kaserne from 1956-58 with the 18th Field Artillery Group.  Been trying to locate who was my best friend at that time John De Fillipo....we called him Flip.

John Henry Scott | http://scottywizard.webs.com/Mon, 20 Jun 2011 9:13AM

Was stationed in
Ansbach Germany until Nov. 1963, with company
A,4th missile battalian, 57th arty.... came home worked in radio,tv,film , now retired but perform as uncle sam on stilts, wizard magic shows etc....

Kenneth S BellMon, 13 Jun 2011 7:06PM

I was at Hindenburg kas in ansbach from 1976 to 1979 with the 501st CAB 3rd Arm. DIV

Tom BennettThu, 9 Jun 2011 4:20PM

I was the Career Counselor (OOR) for 2-28 FA from Dec 1985 thru Nov. 1988. Have had many conversations with CSM Doyle Watters over the past several months. Reenlistment was great during these years, and thought I would connect with someone there during this time

Norman MabeMon, 30 May 2011 11:49AM

I was at the Hindenburg kas from Dec 1966-1969 in the Hq Motor pool working SSg Sandlan or we called him Sandy, look for old friends, on face book

F L PettersenSat, 28 May 2011 7:38AM

I was in Katterbauch in 1974 in the 1st 37th Armored division until 1976. Ansbauch Germany was the best city I was ever in. The Mascote disco bar was our hang out. Thanks for the memories.

James Rippy | www.executivitis.comMon, 16 May 2011 8:20AM

Jim Sandrin-Jim Rippy and Salvatore Marino are looking for folks who served at the Bleidorn Kaserne 1955-1957 in Group Headquarters 18th FA Group. Hey! If you are out there and still kicking, let's hear from you. Sandy was Headquarters Battery Clerk and ran the joint. Sally was message center dot-dash man and Rip was Medical Aidman. Love to hear from anyone from that time. I have been back twice since leaving in 1957.

Kimberly VesselSun, 15 May 2011 6:48PM

Hey Motti! Steve's wife from Ft. Riley, steve would love 2 hear from U! Please reply and U 2 need to talk! Good times!How' it goin!Kimmy

rich hunterTue, 3 May 2011 8:21PM

was stationed in barton barracks 84-86 141st sig worked in the comsec div in the vault lost a baby when there and was shipped back to states loved it there met my wife at the steak hause downtown they had a turkish cook that made the best peppersteak especailly when he was drunk lopoking for anyone that remember me

SterlingMon, 2 May 2011 7:11AM

Barton Barracks   C company   from 1978 to 1980, I was also TDY in Garmish for 6 mo. Loved the place and have been back several times and in Munchen. My roomates were Steltizer and Nolan. Oday Poker buddies and of course downtown party and the Round-O'clock Bar or Off-Limits Bar Libert Bell but forgot the name. Dated a girl everyone called Sticks. Watch Conan at our little Movie Theater, on the Ansback soccer team in 1979 and dated half the firls in town.

Robert SterlingMon, 2 May 2011 6:53AM

I was in Ansbach from 1978 to 1980, Sig Corp before leaving for SF.

William P. FlynnWed, 27 Apr 2011 4:50PM

Station at Bleidorn Kaserne 1970-1971 HQ Battery as a surveyor.
A beautiful city,I lived off post,and my German landlord was great to me very fond memories.Still have a yearly reunion we two of my army buddies going on 39 years.Enjoy your stay there and be safe.A fellow veteran.

Jack RosenbergerSun, 24 Apr 2011 9:51PM

I was stationed in Ansbach, Alpha Battery 2nd 28th Field Artillery 1st Section.SSg Talsma Sgt Westmoreland. Spc. Lawrence Sgt. Gooding Sgt. Ruiz Spc.Hernandez (Sal) Sgt. Huya TOP Williams (no you don't look like you spin on your head) All of you guys. Someone drop me a line. johnrosenberger@comcast.net

Steven VeachTue, 19 Apr 2011 11:21PM

I was stationed at Katterbach 1995-1997 as company supply clerk for ATC unit that ran the tower for the airfield. I hated the Army, but look back on my time in Germany and really wished I had taken advantage of the opportunity more. I now live back in the Pacific Northwest and run a small business. I served with Robert Johnson, Greg Igel, Randy Vanlandingham. Still haven't been able to track down Robert Johnson. If you are out there - let me know.

Steve AndersonSun, 17 Apr 2011 3:58PM

C 2/28 1978-1981.  Bleidorn Kaserne.  Was a gun mechanic.

Robert Flores | tango681@gmail.comMon, 11 Apr 2011 6:52AM

My email address is Tango681@gmail.com. Lived in Katterback 1978-1981 K Building Katterback and again 1982-1983 L building Katterback L building I think.--then came back as active military and was assigned as MP with 501st MP Co. HQ..Dad was MSG Rudy Flores 1 AD NCOIC MAIT TEAM(RIP 1993)and Mom Karin, Also had two brothers Rudy and Ricky.

Michael LyallMon, 4 Apr 2011 9:31AM

Was with A BTRY 2/28th FA from 1971 1973. Remember me my nickname was Virginia Boy. HAd a great time living in Ansbach enjoyed it so much went back in 1979 working with the DOD stayed another 8 years,

Glen FrazierSun, 3 Apr 2011 7:20PM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks B company 141st Signal Bn from July 1976 October 1979 SUPPLY SGT. Ansbach is a beautiful city.

Dominic(Mick)DonatoFri, 1 Apr 2011 1:27PM

I attended the Sig, School in 1951-52 and was sent to Berlin for the rest of my tour. Is there a way to obtain a roster and/or pics of my class ?

Randy Bailey | FaceBook as Randy BaileyTue, 29 Mar 2011 7:50PM

The Liberty Bell and the Goose, memories,memories. I was stationed at Bliedorn supporting the 2/28 F.A.. I was the wrecker operator from June 1984 to Dec 1986. If anyone remembers me and my longtime girlfriend Doris Gleske,(I think was her last name). I was with the 156th MST,(maint.support team) and always went by the nick-name of Beetle. Please contact me I still have Liberty bell membership cards,lol.

Trinidad E. AndradeSun, 27 Mar 2011 3:26PM

I was stationed in the Hindenburg Kaserne in Ansback from August 1961 to November 1962.  I was a Fire Control Instrument Repair Specialist with the 87th Ordinance Company.  I have very good memories from those places. I was on TDY most of the time: Nurenberg, Stuttgart, Coburg, Bamberg, Munich, etc.  Any members of the 87th from 1961-62 out there?  Love to hear from Ligther, Brown, Migoly, Dumrouski, Arrechiga, Santos and many more.

Paul ValverdeMon, 21 Mar 2011 7:58PM

I was stationed in Ansbach from April 1964 - Nov. 1966, 2nd Bn/ 28th Arty. A Battery at Hindenburg Kaserne. The unit moved up the hill to Bleidorn in Aug or Sept '66. Great times, great friends, great memories.

John F. FoustTue, 15 Mar 2011 7:51PM

I was in Ansbach from April 1962 to January 1965, with the 1st Missile Battalion, 33rd Artillery, 210th Group, 7th Army, at Barton Barracks.  It was a great time, spent a real cold winter in Graffanwehr in tents.  I was assigned to the Inspector Generals Team to audit personnel records as we were turning Army bases back over to the German Army, the one I will always remember was Dachau Concentration Camp where 7th Army Prison was located, at that time displaced person from WWII still resided in the camp behind barb wire.  We returned the camp and the base back to the german army and sent our unit home.   Years later I returned to Innsbruck, to attend law classes at the University of Innsbruck.  I got out of the Army and returned to Iowa.  Great Memories.  The Black Bear, the Grey Wolf, the Florida Bar all the GI joints we hung out at when off base.

John MazzerleFri, 11 Mar 2011 7:36PM

Was in Bleidorn 2/28th FA 1973 -1977.  Anyone else out there?

joe valvanoSat, 5 Mar 2011 8:42AM

i attended the eucom signal school twice in ansbach.
#1-field radio man course-29 october 1951 to 8 february 1952.
#2-radio operator low speed course. 31 march to 7 june 1952.
i was with the 1st recon company, 1st infantry division stationed at harvey barracks, kitzingen. june 1951 thru december
1952.........

Craig RobinsonThu, 3 Mar 2011 11:14PM

was stationed at Barton Barracks   C company   1976 to 1979
Had fun there also in Munich and Nurenburg

Bob YanceySun, 27 Feb 2011 7:49PM

I was stationed at Barton in Ansbach in the Mid 80's part of the 34th Signal BN detachment.  Remember the Liberty Bell and Hindenburg well...  Many fond memories, would like to connect with old friends...  Bob.

michael DodsonFri, 25 Feb 2011 5:55PM

i was stationed at bliedorn from aug 1979 to 1981 october great place imfrom new york was a 64c in  cbtry cpt chrstie was my co then capt lynn  honestly i grew up there some great people omg ssg iller where ru what ru up too?i miss tthose days wow well if u remember me reply back .

Charles Bruce | brucecharles2@gmail.comTue, 22 Feb 2011 7:57AM

I'm looking for a man named John Keller.  He was training at Keesler AFB in 1981, stationed in Germany in 1982.  If any of you have any information on this man, I'm willing to pay upwards of $10,000 for information leading to his where-abouts.  Even a contact of any sort.  Thank you

Joe GerrishSun, 13 Feb 2011 3:08PM

I was stationed at Hindenburg from 84 - 87. Worked in the motor pool. Ansbach and the surrounding towns were like heaven. The german people were the nicest people I met while in the army. A shout out to SSG Townsend,Martin,Rodman,Oberto,Franzen,and A. Hudson still have never found out when we had time together.

johnSat, 12 Feb 2011 5:53PM

2/28 FA A btry 1983-1985 Bleidorn.  Remember Ansbach well.  Good times lots of water under the bridge since then.  Tony Alvarado I got pics of all the guys from then.  Give me a shout.  Nuke.

william vaccaSat, 12 Feb 2011 11:52AM

Combat support platoon, 7th corps signal in 1966.  Originally from Illinois but moved to florida in 1998.  Met a woman here named juta Frazier(married name) who was born and raised in Eyb a suburb of Ansbach.

Bruce AinsworthWed, 2 Feb 2011 3:08PM

I was stationed at the Hindenburg Kaserne in Ansbach from Sept 1962 thru Sept 1963. I was a machinist in the 87th Ord Co, and loved Hindenburg, Ansbach - and the whole German experience.
Especially the Black Bear and the Grey Wolf.

MandyMon, 31 Jan 2011 12:12PM

Hello
I lived right by Hindenburg Kaserne around the corner was there around the 1980's i am drom Ansbach and always went to the Liberty Bell and then later on to the Green Goose was also sometimes at the Club in Katterbach. Does anyone remember me. Does anyone know Charles Freund(friend) and ot Peter cooffey lived at Barton Housing one of his sisters name is Michelle. Or how about a ???? Baker R.I.P my friend does anyone know Sina stationed at BArton. Shoot me an e-mail anyone know Gregg Moody or anyone that was staioned there around 1980 to 1986-89 plese shoot me an e-mail would love to hear from u. I am German living in Seattle now. I go back to Ansbach every year if u have questions let me know

Dominic A. MottiMon, 24 Jan 2011 8:35AM

All,
I was stationed in Ansbach from 90-92 in the 501st MP company and was known as SGT. Motti email me if you remember me, were getting old people

Jerry BuszekSun, 23 Jan 2011 8:36PM

I was stationed in Ansback in 1968-1969 and lived at Barton Barracks & worked in Katterbach at the old German hangar for 4, 57th, DSP unit. Our unit used to go to The Einhorn Gasthof often. I'm looking to get in contact with either Luisa Galm or Regina Puflinger who worked at the Service Club. I had a great time in Ansbach and hope to go back there someday.

Todd MartinezSun, 23 Jan 2011 10:41AM

I was in Ansbach 2/28 S-4 in 1984-86. Loved my time there and a beautiful country. Would love to hear from anyone in that time period. Remember the Liberty bell,Green Goose, and the Frezeit.

Randy RobertsSat, 22 Jan 2011 6:49PM

in country 72-76 was in A btry then HHB worked in S-1 as driver for the old man.some times as courier.

Traci Mahoney BarronWed, 19 Jan 2011 12:34PM

My Dad, Brian F. Mahoney, was stationed in Ansbach from '77 to
80.  He was a warrant officer and worked at the heliport on Katterbach, where we also lived.  I went to part of 5th & all of 6th gr. at Barton Elementary, which was a converted motor pool.  I went to 7th & 8th gr. at AAHS.  The dollar sucked, but we still went to places all over Europe.  I remember hating living there, but now I remember it all fondly.  What a difference 30+ yrs. make!!!

Larry GreenleeTue, 18 Jan 2011 1:38PM

I was at Bleidorn Kaserne from 1984 - 1986. C Btry 2/28 FA. Charlie Steel! Great city, great memories. It was my first assignment. I am retired now and living in AZ. larry.greenlee@us.army.mil

Charlotte Locke HorrySun, 2 Jan 2011 7:05PM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks B company 141st Signal Bn from March 1981-March 1984.  Ansbach is a beautiful city.

Kenn WhitehouseSat, 1 Jan 2011 7:48PM

Was sationed at Bliedhorn Kaserne 1967 with 653 Trans Det Helicopter Maint we worked out at Katterbach airfield..
Hated Ansbach, So bad that my self and 9 others in our 30 man Detatchment, 1049ed (Volunteered) in one month, to go to Vietnam as door gunners. Arrived in Nam Jan 2nd 1968 just in time for Tet offensive.. Which still was better than Ansbach...

Kimberly DavisSun, 26 Dec 2010 4:38AM

I was stationed in Ansbacj 83-88 I loved every minute of it.

Antonio (Tony) AlvaradoFri, 10 Dec 2010 8:33PM

I was in Ansbach Germany from Mid 1983 to Early 1985.  My first Duty Station was at the Bliedorn Kasern.  A Battery of 2/28 FA.  Those were the best years of my early military years.  What I remember the most was ordering Those Great Cordon Blues with mushroom gravy and a side order of Pommes Fritts from a place down close to the bottom of the Hill.  The name of the place sounded like Lewbin Stewbings or something to that effect. Lots of my friends always got so drunk at the Liberty Bell... Any body else remember those days?

Joe TuckerSat, 4 Dec 2010 9:11PM

I was at Barton barracks from Dec. 71 thru Mar. 73.  I remember going into the local establishments with a fellow named Shaffer.  We would play Foose ball and drink free all night.  Shaffer was GOOD (He told me to keep my men out of his way).  I still keep in touch with Dan Nash.  I remember 1st sgt Webb, Lt Brown, & ssg Clay.

Oscar DelaluzThu, 2 Dec 2010 3:39PM

Hello I was stationed at Barton Barracks for 1 month and then got stationed at HQ USMCA, 1st Armored Division.  I was in Ansbach from 1979 until 81.  Had a alot of good times in Ansbach.  Lee Mower where are you?  Does anyone out there remember me?  Does anyone remember the "Liberty Bell."

Teddy MontgomeryMon, 29 Nov 2010 11:33AM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks fall of 1969 to 1971 in 210th Art. Group HQ.  I would like to make contact with anyone there during that time. Looking for Gordon Anderson, Jarvis, Kelly, and Wolfenburg....

Richard MorrisSat, 27 Nov 2010 5:28PM

I was with the Headquarters Battery 2BN 28FA from April, 1977 until January, 1979. I did not love it so much at the time but would not trade the wonderful experience for anything now. Used to play Rock & Roll music as a DJ on Wednesday nights at the NCO Club. What fun that was! I have been to the area a couple times and still remember many of the surrounding towns and quite a few people that I was stationed with. Would love to hear from you if we crossed paths then. I have attended 5 or 6 of the 2/28 reunions over the last 12 years or so and they are good for the soul.

Tommy L. Randolph Fri, 26 Nov 2010 10:00AM

I was stationed @ Hindenburg Kaserne from May 10 1963 to May 30 1965 . Hq Bn. FDC . Would like to hear from anyone there during that time period . I'm retired and live at Lake Wenatchee , Washington, State .

Jim KeeneyTue, 23 Nov 2010 2:23PM

I was stationed in Germany during 1973-1974, first in Kitzingen & later moved to Wurzburg.

Darrell GloverFri, 19 Nov 2010 7:05AM

I was station there in 86 to 88 with the 400th PSC, i know everybody remembers SPC Glover, anyways I got married there to my ex-wife, had my first born there Ashley. I had a great time always wanted to go back, I did go back I think it was like in 92, it didn't look the same, shout our to SSG Garcia miss you, SGT Moore my room dog and ace. It was the greatest time of my life period. Love you guys hit me up dnice64@yahoo.com

eaiseSat, 13 Nov 2010 4:14PM

Bleidorn Kaserne 1982-84 HHB 2/28th Commo RTT! Anyone from this era?

GoldenSat, 13 Nov 2010 4:39AM

I was in A co motor pool 141st at Barton until 73  Motor sgt was staff sgt Charles Young Made the move from Goppingen in 71 I think. I was motor sgt for a little while in 73 great place. I remember when Sgt Webb was promoted. I think he was a great guy

MikeThu, 11 Nov 2010 6:42AM

I was in Ansbach with the 1st/37th Armor, HQ Company.  We had moved there I forget the exact date, but in 1965 we were in Crailshiem, Germany.  I worked in the headshed LOL for Lt. Colonel John Helms... a great guy, very professional.  Remember a few people; Sgt. Major Chabala... who was a riot.  Master Sgt Sparacino... a real tough guy.  Best friends; Rick Bakenhous, Dave Hanson, Bob "Swimmer" Kyle, Dennis Orlowski, Chavez, Big Man Hudson, and Dave Sciarra from Rhode Island.  We had a bunch of characters and two dogs; Wooly Bugger and Big Dog.  Chavez was from Arizona IIRC and his mom always sent home made jerky that was awesome.  Did the Graf deal a few times, also I had a NATO Top Secret Clearance that earned me a few TDY assignments that I can never talk about!  I finished my tour in Ansbach in 1967 as a Sgt. E5 and I think we were in Ansbach at least a year... so Wikipedia has the move dates wrong.

Tim Alanskas | http://www.facebook.com/album.php?profile=1&id=665224106Fri, 5 Nov 2010 10:16AM

I was stationed at Hindenberg Kaserne from March 1984 to October 1985.  I was in the 535th Signal Company working at the telecommunications center (TCC) on the same kaserne.  I used to use the MARS station alot to call back home for free.  If you remember me, give me a shout at alanskas at yahoo dot com.

GERALD S RACKARDWed, 3 Nov 2010 3:00PM

THIS IS TO JAMES E BRYANT I REMEMBER YOU FROM 1ST SECTION B/BTRY 2/28 FA.I HAVE A PICTURE OF YOU STANDING ON ON THE GUN IN THE MOTOR POOL. I WAS THE GUN DRIVER IN THAT SECTION. THE CREW CHEIF WAS SSG HENRY.

Jose J BocanegraWed, 27 Oct 2010 6:16PM

Was stationed at Bleidorn Kaserne from 1987-1989. Had a great time, especially since I was assigned to the 1st AD Band! 18 yo male without adult supervision!

Charles (Charlie) BrownSun, 24 Oct 2010 4:46PM

I was station in Hindenberg Kaserne with HHC, 1st AD, Division Surgeon's Office from Mar 74 to Feb 76.

JAMES CANTYSat, 16 Oct 2010 9:01PM

I SERVED IN ANSBAUCH,, BLIEDORN K. 66-67,, CBTRY. 2/28,,TOO COLD.

davidcarroll -E-4Sat, 16 Oct 2010 4:07PM

Billeted in Hindenberg 64-65 with A Co. 504th Avn BTN and also worked at Ketterbach airfield with John Bartimac Col.Jersey,Capt.Black,CW Buzz Breabec Pvts Robinson,Herrick Lopez and so many other faces but can't remember the names. Hope to return somedeay. Please send E-Mails.
                 Thanks Dave

Tony "Gio"Fri, 15 Oct 2010 4:19PM

501st MP Company, 1st Armored Division, 1974 to 1978.

al stearnsidlerWed, 6 Oct 2010 5:05PM

I was in C Company 1/37 at Hindenburg in 68 and 69. Been back 4 times.  Town is quite different now.  Some of the buildings at Hindenburg still are there.

Anthony D. RitaTue, 5 Oct 2010 7:18PM

Was an Instructor in the Theater Signal Corps School from mid 1946 through to December 1948. Although; out of touch with most from that time, the pictures bring back fond memories of My time in Ansbach. Thanks.

Paul EFri, 1 Oct 2010 2:16PM

I was stationed HHC 1st AD Motor Pool 1975-77. Is anyone still kicking that was there or in supply next door?

GERALD RACKARDSat, 25 Sep 2010 5:44PM

I was stationed in Ansbach Jan 79-Dec 80.B Btry 2/28 FA.I Remember Capt.Troy and 1LT Aycock.

tony alteseWed, 15 Sep 2010 6:44PM

Tojim sandrin,im not dead yet, srry couldnt go back with u for a visit to ansbach,was in the 1st mssl battalion 56 to 58 i was surprised the black bear and the gray wolf guesthouses were still there had gd times there.to bad more people from our era dont communicate with each other. i would like to talk to some of the radio operators, glad to see you are still kicken around. Enjoy, Tony

alonzo moses | facebook.com/alonzomosesTue, 14 Sep 2010 6:28PM

I was stationed in Katerbach Germany 1982-85 as part of Battalion S4 you would know me as Sgt. Moses , Headquarters company 501st Aviation Battalion. Looking for anyone and everyone, friends such as Roosevelt Riley

Charles A. MottSun, 12 Sep 2010 7:44PM

I was at Ansbach in 62-63 and looking for anyone from that time.

Now living in Battle Creek, Michigan

Charlie Mott

ron owensFri, 10 Sep 2010 12:59AM

i was stationed at bliedorn kasern Bbtry 228 gunbunny 79-81 loved ansbach and lived at burgoberbach for a year great memories

annette holmesThu, 9 Sep 2010 10:24AM

My husbond was inn Ansback 1968-69.
Hindenburg kasern.His name was James Mitchell Holmes
He left whit me back to Kentucky Fort Knox July 1969.
His nikename was;Sonnyboy;
My husbond dead 2008 off cancer.
He from Annette Holmes.
I am bag inn Denmark now.My homeland.

Fred (Skip) WeberFri, 20 Aug 2010 12:21PM

I was stationed at the Hindenburg Kaserne in Ansbach, from September 1961 To March 1964. When I first arrived it was the 1st howitzer battalion 75th field artillery. I was in “B” battery in the commo section. Sometime in 1962 or 63 the 75th Field Artillery Rotated to the states (not the guys, just the name). Then we became the 2nd Bn 28th FA. I was hoping to get back there to see it one more time, but it’s gone & now a shopping Mall. If you have any pics please let me know.

Carl R. WilsonThu, 29 Jul 2010 6:52AM

Enjoy reading through many of the Comments and the picture album is Great!  SGT Carl Wilson, assigned to SVC Btry 2/28FA at Bleidorn Kaserne 1979-80.  Part of the Minnesota group that seemed to accumulate in SVC Battery around this time.  Ended up working for Btln Cmdr LTC Cowles and CSM after they did away with the civilian admin help.  Sure do miss the place and the people.  One of the best times of my life.

sgt perryTue, 27 Jul 2010 6:24PM

i was station in Bliedorn 1987-1991.  B btry commo.  I will never forget the bulldogs.  If you remember me u should remember sgt Juitt.

Curtis PendergraftFri, 23 Jul 2010 6:35AM

Served with HHB 2/28th FA 72-73 at Bliedorn Kasarne in Ansbach. I started out in B battery until they found out I was a redeye gunner then they sent me to HHB. I thought I'd never miss the place but now that I'm getting older, thoughts change.

Jim FosterWed, 21 Jul 2010 5:53PM

I served in Ansbach, 2nd Bn 28th FA Hindenburg Kaserne 63-65.
SP4, Personnel Section, Finance and accounting. I would really be interested in finding guys or gals who were there then. Now retired living in Katy, TX.

Russell CorrieSun, 11 Jul 2010 12:54AM

I was staioned at Bleidorn Kaserne from 1980-1981. I was with the 2/28 FA. I was a mechanic in Bravo Battery. I had some of the best times of my life in Ansbach, from what I can remember now. We would go downtown and party every night. Does anyone remember the bar Around the Clock?

Diana MatosWed, 7 Jul 2010 5:57PM

Looking for Pat and David.  Pat you work at 177th PSC Ansbach, first at the records section, then at sidpers.  If you remember Jennifer my baby and all we did, email me.  Being looking for you for years!

Hedda MartinThu, 1 Jul 2010 3:46AM

I was in Ansbach 1976 - 1979...I was the wife of Spec. Jeffrey Allen Martin...we separated and I lived on my own in Ansbach...I ahve family in Germany...mom is from there.  I worked in the mess hall across from 501s, and was known as "Dixie" to some...it was an inside joke...met Billy Rankin and moved state side with him in 1979. Have been looking for old reconnects....some of my best times were in Germany.

harry {pete} mooreMon, 28 Jun 2010 7:32PM

I was in Ansbach from 62-64. With the 33rd arty. One of my buddies was Tony Diaz from brooklyn. Sgt Decker charlie mott. Had a great time. Would like to hear from ole buddies.

George ZwickerTue, 4 May 2010 7:16AM

I was stationed at Bleidorn From Sep-84 to Aug-91 with the 501st MP Co. Loved the old place. Lots of memories with the guy from the motorpool. Wayne Cuffee, Calvin Horton, Bullock, Ensminger,Paul Waller,Chris Frost, John Montague, 1SG Mike Geesey, SFC Leonard Endy, and SFC Patterson. You all can reach me at georgzwicker@yahoo.com

sal marinoMon, 19 Apr 2010 2:06PM

I was station at bleidorn, HQ 18th field artillery group, 55 - 57

Jeff ScottoSun, 4 Apr 2010 1:29PM

Was stationed with 501st AG Co from 75-78. Anyone else here?

Cliff TuckerSat, 3 Apr 2010 9:38AM

I was stationed in Katterbach, 501st Aviation 1983-1984. Spent lots of time at the Liberty Bell and Around the Clock. Anybody remember Gina ?

rick guarenteTue, 23 Mar 2010 4:11PM

1979 to 1981, i was in co c 141st signal battalian, i loved ansbach, many memories anyone used to hang at the round a clock down town, what a place never could remeber the night before, lol

John ScottTue, 16 Mar 2010 12:09PM

I was stationed at Hindenberg Kaserne from Aug 1959 to Feb 1961. I was a surveyor for the 8 inch self propelled.
Remember Bill Russell, Doug Bailey, Walt Phelps, Dave Budres, Joe Landolfi, Richard Snyderman. Forgot many other names.
Would like to hear from some who were there during that time.
I am at john.d.scott2.ctr@navy.mil. Yes, 70 years old and still working.

Richard YatesTue, 16 Mar 2010 2:52AM

Boy was I   BLIEDORN KASERN    The only Hell my mama ever raised

gleeSat, 6 Mar 2010 12:01AM

MY NAME IS JAMES E BRYANT I WAS STATION AT BLIEDORN KASERN FROM JAN 1980 DEC 1981 I WAS IN BRAVO BATTERY 2ND 28TH FIELD ARTILLERY LOOKIN FOR CPL MOYA PFC JAMES PAUL BRYANT PV2 KIRK ANDERSON PFC BRUCE LASKEY OR PVT WOODY OR ANYONE FROM 1ST SECTION OR FIRE DIRECTION CENTER.

Denice Wed, 3 Mar 2010 6:35PM

hi i search my daddy his name is jimmy parker he was 1988/1989 in teh us army illesheim. my mom`s name is ruth. i was born 1989.
i have picture from him

gabrieleSat, 20 Feb 2010 6:48AM

Hi  im looking for a men he was in Ansbach -Barton Kaserne
in the year 1968 he name is Billy John sheldon or shelden,
does enybody out there know him, he was playing Baskeball for his unit 210!
would be Happy for any help or information.

Thank you

Monte FarrisTue, 2 Feb 2010 7:15PM

I was stationed @ Hindenburg Kaserne from 1985 thru 1990.  What a storybook place.  Want to give a "shout out" to Sgt Lori Dean from the Great State of Illinois and Specialist Sheri Carter from the "Cradle of Democracy" Pennsylvania.  You were true friends of mine, and would love to see you again.  We truly enjoyed the beauty or the Franconian Countryside together.  Thanks for your friendship.  
Monte Farris
Rolla, Missouri

Michelle WhiteThu, 28 Jan 2010 6:17PM

Stationed with the 400th PSC 1987-1989 Ansbach/Barton Barracks. Would love to hear from some blast from the past.

Raphael RiveraWed, 27 Jan 2010 11:43AM

I was stationed in Headquarters company Hindenburg, 1977-1980. I was the supply clerk for Signal Maint. Anybody out there?

Marvin L. CruceTue, 26 Jan 2010 9:45AM

I went to Teletypewriter repair school in Ansbach in 1952. Had spome good times there.

royMon, 11 Jan 2010 11:46AM

Myself and twin brother Ray were staioned at Bleidorn 66-68.Worked on helicopters at Katterbach with 4th armored 126 mn. bn.Best time of my life in Ansbach.Would love to hear from my old girlfriend Bridgette.I've been back to Ancsbach twice and other places in Germany 10 times since the army

jimmy crowSun, 10 Jan 2010 2:57PM

I was in A co 141st signal bn 71/72 made the move from cook barracks to hindenburg keserne for a couple months then we moved over to barton barracks  top was first sgt webb /co was capt wilson plt leader lt brown plt sgt staff sgt clay had some good times there love this site

DonWed, 30 Dec 2009 5:16PM

Wow..Good ole Bleidorn Kaserne. I was their 1982-1982 HHB 2/28 Fa .. ratt rigg team....Liberty Belle? Anyone remember the ole man and women who owned it! They were pretty nice..I have old photos of them if I could just find them. What a great place.. Someday I want to visit Ansbach..Was quite young back then and would love to re-visit....

Joe NortonSun, 27 Dec 2009 6:08AM

Stationed in Ansbach with 501st MP Co 2/73-8/74-was at Barton in transition, Bliedorn for most of time and just before left, moved to Katterbach. And worked security for the SSO office at Hinderburg the entire time.  I have fond memories of Ansbach, especially since I was married there.

BillSat, 26 Dec 2009 1:18PM

Ah Ansbach, I was station at the Hinbdenburg Kaserine 1959 to January 1961 with the 75th field artillery.  Great duty statiob, I wonder if the Black Bear Gasthaus is still there?

Vernon L. Fowler | www.chop-e.orgMon, 21 Dec 2009 12:40PM

I was stationed at in the 177th PSC in Ansbach from Feb 82 to Aug 84 and loved it.

david yorkMon, 14 Dec 2009 8:33AM

I was stationed in Ansbach from 1984 to 1987 and miss it, I enjoy looking at the web site

Steve MalkowskiThu, 3 Dec 2009 9:03AM

Stationed in Ansbach 6/77-2/78 Security Platoon 501st MP co. Got transferred to 2nd Plt in Erlangen from 2-78 till I ETS'd in Dec 77. Loved my time in Germany. I remember Dave Isbell by name, forget the face. Any MP's during this time love to hear from you.

Don CarlesSun, 29 Nov 2009 6:59PM

DEC 83 THRU DEC 85 A BIG SHOUT OUT TO EVERYBODY
501ST AG,

Dave IsbellTue, 24 Nov 2009 1:04PM

From 1975 - 1978 I was stationed at Bleidorn with the 501st MP Co.  Would love to hear from any MPs stationed there during that time.  I visited Ansbach in September 08, it was beautiful and we had a great time.  Things have changed... Bleidorn is a German Police facility, Barton Barracks is a ghost town (still in use, but barely), and Hindenberg is mostly gone - replaced by a mall.  Katterbach is still happening though.

MelanieTue, 24 Nov 2009 10:03AM

I'm adopted and I search my biological father JAMES MCKENZIE. He has been stationed at the BARTON BARRACK and HINDENBURG BARRACK in 19... - 1972/73. He left Germany in 1972 or 1973... My biological mother (his girlfriend at this period) named HELGA Roszczyk. I'm sorry, I haven't got more informations but maybe somebody knows him or have informations about him. If you can help me, so please contact me: serendipity@foni.net

Michael BeauchaneWed, 18 Nov 2009 5:57PM

I was stationed at Ansbach in 1983 with the 501st MP CO. We were just a small platoon a MPs stationed there at the time, can't remember any names but met alot of good people there.

Don EaiseWed, 18 Nov 2009 2:31PM

Was at Bleidorn 82-84 HHB 2/28 Commo Ratt Rigg with Jay Grubb, Allen Ritchie, Gordon Bobbit! What great times and great pics!

Elaine Dullea JaglaSat, 24 Oct 2009 10:58PM

I was stationed at RPAC (later the 177th PSC) in Ansbach on Hindenburg Kaserne from 1977 - 1979.  I'd love to hear from any of my old buddies.

Jeff RasperSun, 18 Oct 2009 3:39PM

I worked at Bismarck, in the photo lab.in 1974, lived at Barton.Strange but good times.Happy to hear from others who were there, Capt. Sam Bell, Lt. Mary Jane, and the PIO folks.

CindyTue, 13 Oct 2009 11:34AM

Comment re: Chet: I remember the gasthaus Maria so vividly. We spent many nights there playing cards, "prosting", and eating her fabulous ham sandwiches. The best I have ever had! 1st AD Band 1977-79.

sheryl williamsSat, 10 Oct 2009 12:27PM

I was stationed in Ansbach, Hindenburg Kanserne, HHC 1st Armored Division, assigned to the Staff Judge Advocate Office, from Nov 1973 to April 1976.    Great Food, wonderful people, great shopping, beer feast at this time of the year October, with the carnival rides, and broast, broast, broast on the benches.

willardTue, 6 Oct 2009 5:25PM

I arrived in Katterbach Sept 46, was in the 42nd Air Supply Sqd.
worked in the hanger in supply,Sgts. name was Stover Capt.was Martin. shipped out to Oberwiesenfeld in march of 47
I remember going to dances in Ansbach that were held in a large barn like building

Micky BSat, 26 Sep 2009 12:31PM

was in 1st armor head Q div. ansbach 1974-1976 I was only 17 years old if you guys rember me thanks for riseing me still alive

pfc ken siegelSat, 26 Sep 2009 11:08AM

servered 1/33 1963 1965 as company mail clerk and colonels driver.worked in the basement of hq co remember em club near german cleaners in basement of firing btry.was there when kennedy was killled .the px was in the 210 bldg.read a blog on together we served thatsomeone else was with me in mailroom and i would like to talk to them but i am not that computer literate I plan to return 11 04 09 for 10 days.

Chet R DownsThu, 17 Sep 2009 12:05PM

I was stationed with 2/28 C Btry Field Atrilery Bliedorn Kassern from 77 to 79.  Like everyone else has said really enjoyed pictures.  remember the libery bell and a guest house called Maria's.  some great memories and great people

joe. trenaryFri, 11 Sep 2009 5:16PM

i was stationed in ansbach from 1967 to 1970, a btry 4th bn 57 arty. Had good times and not so good. Remember the half way house, great food until the people who owned it retired. been back a feel times, last time in 1998. I was at barton barrecks. I remember the sign just outside of the gate. you are now entering the most dangerous place in the world, a public highway.

DennisThu, 3 Sep 2009 10:16PM

I was at Ansbach, Bleidorn A Btry 2/28 FA from 1987 to 1990. In fact the night I arrived in the unit was the night Ziggy passed away.

Yolanda DeanWed, 26 Aug 2009 7:27AM

Wow, I remember Ansbach, I was stationed at Hindenberg around 1988 to 1992.  HHC 1st Armored Division and i miss the food and shopping.  =)

carol SchmitzTue, 25 Aug 2009 7:27PM

I was stationed at
Barton Barracks 1987-1990 as a Food Service Specialist
Would like to know if there is anyone out from that time period?

larryFri, 21 Aug 2009 10:41PM

in ansbach, hung out with troy, got told what to do by cuffee, got drunk at ranchos, and left my room to montegue...feel free to contact me at lars2112@yahoo.........

Jim Rippy | www.executivitis.comThu, 20 Aug 2009 6:33PM

I was stationed at Ansbach 1955-1957 at Headquarters. I see old friend Jim Sandrin once or twice a year. I went back in 1968 and 1999 after retiring. A lot of memories from when I was 19 years old. Still a beautiful city.

dr jim sandrin | noneThu, 20 Aug 2009 5:04PM

Was stationed (1955-56) Hq Btry, 18th FA Group, Bleidorn Kaserne. Found good army buddies Jim Rippy (medic) and Tommy Jones (supply).Learned that Tommy died in a car accident in 1961..Have been trying to locate old comrades from the above era..no luck...maybe those guys have all died or do not have computers.
 Yes, Ansbach is a beautiful city..have been back there twice..in 1989 and 1995..we hung out at the Black Bear, Grau Wolf, and various joints around Ansbach and the area...

Greg BrittonSun, 16 Aug 2009 4:51PM

Served Jan'67-July'68 1st battalion 33rd arty. Barton Barracks. Fire Direction. Honest John. With HQ Battery and then 1st Battery. Made the trip to Graff four times. Remember Lt. Col Frank Shaw, SMG Harris, 1st Sgt Anderson, Sgt Pie, Sgt Fish, Sgt Brown, amoung others.  Remember the coble stone roads, the gym, theater, the parade field, the old cannon they would fire every Friday, and the basement barber shop and cleaners. Was at the Black Bear a few times. Some good memories of Ansbach and the surrounding areas, including Heidleberg.  Learned to speak German with a local family.  Their name was Kucher. It's strange how those 18 months left a permanent impression.

Jon FoleyMon, 3 Aug 2009 3:41PM

I'm another former "resident" of Hindenburg Kaserne, 1961-62. I was the company clerk of the 87th Ordnance Co., under 1SGT Robison. These pictures bring back many happy times spent in Ansbach. I belonged to a members-only jazz club which was in the basement of a building across the street from the kaserne, as I recall; played drums there occasionally. Thanks for the great photos. I'd love to go back someday; it still looks beautiful.

audreyMon, 27 Jul 2009 3:52PM

Loved the professional pictures! I ended up here when I was looking for the name of the hospital I was born in. Mom was John S McCleary. Mom is Gisela (German National). Stationed in Ansbach 1967-1970. Had me in Nurenberg. You can email me @ audrod777@yahoo.com to share info and/or photos.

Steve WilliamsMon, 27 Jul 2009 1:29PM

stationed at Ansbach, Barton-1961-62 with 173 Ord. Det. Have great memories and would like to hear from anyone who was there at that time.

Jeff RossSat, 25 Jul 2009 7:21AM

hi all, was stationed bravo co. 141st signal bn. 77-80 looking for tiegy,toliver,duranti,dopy, and others. Have some good and bad memories,remember the time they tryed to throw me out the 3rd floor window? lol I did not go, lol re-uped and went to help hhc 2nd bde comm ctr in Erlangen, mistake.should of stayed there. anyway neat site, sad to see no more 141,someone from the 77-80 years please write

richard grotbergThu, 23 Jul 2009 8:09PM

i was at barton barracks 141st signal ballalion fron 1982-1985. i was the mail clerk there so if you were there, you probably remember me, as i was the only mailclerk in that time period. i still remember many names from them years and got to know most people in the battalion. would be nice to hear from some of you. i loved ansbach and am planning on going there next year. and yes--- the gray wolf was the best !!!!!

John Schartung | johndoesart.comTue, 7 Jul 2009 9:20PM

I was stationed in Ansbach in 1960-1961. My grandparents were from Germany. Loved my time in Ansbach. My goal is to study at the  University of Marburg in the spring of 2010.

Ken AbernathyFri, 3 Jul 2009 12:30PM

Was stationed at the US Army Signal School in 1957, we moved the school to Lenggries in 1958 to combine with the Quartermaster School. Col Creighton was commandant, Capt White was Adj and Major Buddenhagen was stationed there also. Jerry Young and I worked in the message center. Erika Kempf worked for Col Creighton. Sure would like to get in contacy with her, as her boyfriend (Jerry Young) was killed on his ranch in Texas a few years after we got out of the service. I was able to contact his sister and got the details of his death.

mondloch kelly j Wed, 17 Jun 2009 3:19PM

HHB 2/28 FA Jan 82 July 85 63B Bliedorn Kaserne. I remember Juan Mercado. I miss my old buddies more then I miss Germany. Anybody out there remember the liberty Bell.? Did time at the gray wolf also. good food at ludwig steubens. Good times good people. Want to go back someday.

Kenenth MaddenTue, 16 Jun 2009 2:10PM

I was born in Ansbach in 1958 and adopted by a Army Officer and his wife.  They have both passed away and I am trying to find my birth mother, Irmgard Taudiem.   I plan to visit my birth city in 2010 and hope to find someone how can help me find her.

Thomas WilliamsTue, 26 May 2009 7:59AM

I was stationed at Hindenburg Kasern from 80 - 82 with the 177th PSC.  Had a blast back then.  Hey Santiago, hit me up.  I think I remember you.  I'm now retired and resides in Northern Virginia and Maryland area.  email:  t_wms@yahoo.com

Herbert KraftTue, 19 May 2009 4:36PM

my husband, Herbert Kraft worked in the Signal School in Ansbach I believe in 1954.
does anybody remember him?
We would love to hear from you.

Jeanne AshleySun, 17 May 2009 1:04AM

1983-1986
My mother was a teacher at the elememtary school at Barton and I was the asst mgr of the Bleidorn NCO club and attended college classes at night. Would LOVE to hear from old friends. Juan Mercado - medic at Bleidorn - what ever became of you??

jeanne
jeanneashley1021@aol.com

Bob ScottTue, 12 May 2009 3:58PM

H. UHL, I was stationed with an air policemen at Etain france in 1960. His name was Dave Uhl. Are you any kin?

Francisco RuizMon, 11 May 2009 8:42PM

I was station in A Btry 2/28 FA at Bleidorn. My chief of Section was SSG Crawford and my AG was SPC Cruz and SPC Curry. Like to get in contact with you guys...Great memories

jim robertsTue, 5 May 2009 9:37AM

Thanks for the great pics. I lived in Ansbach from 60-63, when my dad was with the 4th/28thArty. It was  hard to leave, and I've wanted to go back for 50 years. Maybe this summer or next. Such great memories!

MICHELLE WHITEHEADSat, 2 May 2009 6:49PM

Stationed with the 177th/400th PSC 1987-1989 would love to hear from old friends. my email address is mwhitehead292000@yahoo.com

Jeff OwensFri, 1 May 2009 10:31AM

Thanks for the photos, they really take me back. I was stationed at Barton Barracks B Co. 141st signal from 1982-1984. Dave Susdorf was my friend (R.I.P.)

Eric McArtorMon, 27 Apr 2009 6:21PM

Hello all from the 501st MP CO from 88 to 91. Drop me a line at emacdawg_2000@yahoo.com

Marie WatersSat, 25 Apr 2009 2:58PM

I was doing a search online and found this site. The pictures are beautiful, but I'm not sure my son likes Ansbach very well. My son is currently stationed at Katterbach for his first assignment, but his barracks are at Shipton.

Galinda Wright (Gilbert)Fri, 10 Apr 2009 11:08AM

I was stationed in Ansbach From 1978 to 1981 141st Sig bn
I was in HHC when I started ended in Bravo Co I was in Supply
aka know to all as Little Bit. I met the man of my life there 27
yrs ago and he is still with me.
He is Richard Wright and was stationed in 501st MP Co at Bliedorn Kaserne.
We have so many memories of the Club at Hindenburgh Kaserne. we has so much fun. Does anyone Remember George and the Lucky Riders.
They were a Country group that played there alot.
I sometime long to go back to Ansbach. We did when we got stationed in Stuttgart. It was diffrent then already.

Tom SelkThu, 9 Apr 2009 9:15AM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks in 1968-1969 with the 34th Signal Corps attached to the 210th Arty. Does anyone remember the Kugel Steuben Gasthaus? E-5 (Acting Jack) My nickname was Pops.

MandyWed, 1 Apr 2009 4:54PM

my father was at Hindenburg also.  I was born at nurnberg army hospital in 1964.

troySun, 29 Mar 2009 8:11PM

This is Troy Ensminger. I was stationed in Ansbach, in the 501st mp co from 88-91. I know Chris Frost, John Montague, Mike Geesey, and Leonard Endy who have put their names on this page.. I worked in the motorpool with Wayne Cuffee, Calvin Horton, Bullock, Zwicker, and Paul Waller. My e-mail is e519deltasurfer@yahoo.com.  If you remember me please e-mail me.

AdamTue, 24 Mar 2009 3:07PM

I was staitioned at Hindenburg Kaserne 81 to 83. Loved it in Ansbach.

steve elshereTue, 24 Mar 2009 12:12PM

I was stationed at Barton from 1985-1986.  Loved the town and the people!  Missed it ever since.  I then went to Ft Benning, "wonk-wonk..."!

Chris Frost Sun, 22 Mar 2009 6:27AM

Stationed in Ansbach from 88-91 but spent most of my time in Erlangen with the 501st MP Co.

Linda HamSun, 22 Mar 2009 4:51AM

I was stationed at Katterbach from 1986-1989.  I was one of the few Air Force weather people attached to 1 AD.  I really enjoyed my time there. I lived in Petersaurach, just up the road diving towards Neuremburg.  Someone shoot me an email what the name of the beer with the blue label was called.  It was an export and it was one of the best beers I've ever had.  The class six on Ft Hood gets in several beers from around the world, and I want to find out if they can get this one.  Hamcrew6@usa.net Thanks

darrell c. moffettFri, 20 Mar 2009 9:02PM

stationed at barton barracks 1970 - 72 ....remember going to ezo next door to listen to all the new albums. going to graf the theatre across the parade ground from the barracks went back for a visit 1975 still the same 1/33rd arty moved to near nuernburg just after i left....the discos downtown.... the park the motorpool next to ezo doing doughnuts on the ice in the back of the barracks....mating warheads to rocket motors out back....pullin gaurd duty at the nuke bunkers

Bob Grubbs (Spec. 4)Wed, 11 Mar 2009 5:11PM

Barton Barracks - HHB 32nd ADA 1975 - 1978

BillWed, 4 Mar 2009 1:04PM

Hello Ansbach...

 I really did love Ansbach.  I was stationed there from 1986 to 1989.   I lost a really good friend there from the 2/28... later desigated as the 3/17th FA.
Michael Zuniga..   Maybe some of you remember him as Ziggy.

GENE SMITHMon, 23 Feb 2009 3:58PM

I WAS STATIONED AT BLIEDORN KASERNE FROM 1979-1981 WITH THE 1AD BAND. I'M HOPING TO VISIT ANSBACH IN THE NEAR FUTURE.

saschaMon, 23 Feb 2009 5:44AM

i search for my father who was in the army 1974 i dont know anything about him only that he was at the disco "stern"(zacher) in neuendettelsau. My mom`s name is evelin she was at the sonnenheim internat in neuendettelsau at this time. if anyone can help me please contact me someones-left@web.de

Richard R PatersonWed, 11 Feb 2009 11:32AM

Great Site! I love the gallery especially! Wish I could share some of my stuff as well :)

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Wayland R. HornSun, 1 Feb 2009 8:17PM

I enjoyed the tour.  I was stationed at Hindenburg Kaserne with the 793rd FA Bn (SP)in 1952.  I tried to soak-up the culture.  Yours is the best site of its kind that I have seen anywhere.  It proved meaningful to me, and brought back memories.  I was 22 then and am 80 now (2009)

JaimeFri, 30 Jan 2009 7:22PM

Did anyone know Lt. Ray Ringle in Ansbach?  I believe he was there oun tour in 1968

EKESON GUYMANWed, 21 Jan 2009 12:56PM

NICE SITE KEEP IT UP OK

margie endyWed, 14 Jan 2009 11:11AM

My husband SFC.L.F.Endy (RET.) was with the 501st MP Co. Bleidorn Kaserne we were stationed in Ansbach from 1988 to 1993 and I loved every minute of our stay there.

Letty Reyes | http:///www.myspace.com/myspace.com/aahscougarsMon, 12 Jan 2009 5:47PM

My family Satterfield/Alaniz/Reyes was stationed there from 85-88. From what most people talk about especially children growing up there, it's home away from home. Many of the alumni/classmates and DoDDs staff try to get together. Visit at link above and ahs.myevent.com for (re)connecting with friends.

Jack Anderson (Andy) Sun, 11 Jan 2009 6:20AM

Was in Ansbach '72 to '75.  Mp Deck Sergeant most of the time. Hung out at the Einhorn when not working.  SGT Anderson when on duty.  Andy when out getting into mischief.  Recently contacted Ron Allen at this site.  Great memories and pictures!

michael g verrilloSat, 3 Jan 2009 3:25PM

I was station in ansbach beautiful city.great memories of barton barracks.I was there in 1981-82 thanks for the pictures  mickey

Shirley MargitThu, 1 Jan 2009 2:40PM

i am looking for people, friends, that were stationed in ansbach 1968 and 1969. most of you were in my wedding!

my ex-husband, gary cranford, was a lt. there!

here are some of the names i have: rob wedding, richard and michele irby, jeff and denny merrick, dan bradshaw, scott hull, e.g. and candy fish, there were more. please write, if you see this! it would be fun to see what all of you are doing!! thanks!

mike martinTue, 30 Dec 2008 6:28AM

I was stationed at Hindenburg Kasern around 1962-64 87th ord co. The pictures are great, it has changed a lot. I still remember walking guard duty in the motor pool when it was below zero. Ha. God bless you

Kathy GrosskurthSat, 27 Dec 2008 5:42PM

I was stationed at Hindenburg Kaserne from Oct. 84 - Oct. 87. I was in the 501st AG/400th PSC, 1st Armored Division. I have a 400th PSC page at Military.com so if any of you were stationed at Hindenburg Kaserne, please join our page!

Chuck HaleSun, 14 Dec 2008 1:31PM

I was stationed at Katersbach from 1977 to 1982. The pictures are great!

chuck beemanFri, 12 Dec 2008 4:31PM

great pictures, I like dave walker was in aco 141st signal from 73 to 75, I can!t recall you right off dave but sure remember top webb. I was friends with duplichain, glassy and the bunch we called ourselves the studducks. my e-mail is chuckandnancyb@hotmail.com. I would love to contact you,

G. V. "Chris" ChristensenTue, 11 Nov 2008 5:48PM

I was stationed at Hindenburg Kaserne with the 750th FA Bn, 7th
US Army in 1955-57. I was a Arty Survey Spec and spent much of my time at Vilseck, Grafenwohr, Wildflecken observing fire missions.  In 1956, during the Hungarian Revolution, business picked up for a while, but then calmed down (thank, God). Went back for a "look see" in 1987 and found the 1st Armored Div in my old barracks...old times and old Soldiers, gone and mostly forgotten.

Eddie Pierce | www.ferrisbarracks.comWed, 5 Nov 2008 10:55AM

Was stationed at Ferris Barracks during the 1970's.  Went to Ansbach for NCO academy for 2 months.  That's the only time I remember being there.

Ronald c TenneySun, 2 Nov 2008 7:05PM

I was in the HHC 1st AD from 1971 to 1974. CPT Moss was my CO.
Thanks very much for the pictures because i took some of the same ones while i was there! Also i was in the motor pool at the time.

Dave WalkerSun, 2 Nov 2008 7:56AM

Loved the pictures… I was in Ansbach from 1973-1975. First at Barton Barracks, A Company 141st Signal Battalion ..later at Hindenburg ..HQ PIO office where I work as the division broadcaster for AFN.  I transferred back to the 141st to work for Special Services where we built the Barton Entertainment Center Keller below the mess hall. I was the fist manager of the facility. We had a film library and a lot of band instruments that the guys could come and play. We had several bands spring up back then..good times… I hope it’s still there.

I loved Ansbach and still do. I hope to make a trip back there sometime next year with Top…. 1st Sgt Richard Webb. We are still friends and still talk several times a year.

Good luck to all who are stationed in Ansbach

Robert KiesThu, 30 Oct 2008 7:48PM

I was with the 1st AD with 141 sig bn between 1990 to 1992 deployed to Desert storm and Sheild, best times at Barton Barracks and partied my ass off in Ansbach. Good Times!!!!

Jim PollockThu, 30 Oct 2008 8:12PM

I was with the 3rd Platoon, 630th MP Company, 793rd MP Battalion (Bleidorn) from '81 - '83.  Have always wanted to go back and visit Franken Steuben (the local gasthause) and take a walk through the town.  Maybe one day.  Great memories.

George MatchetteSun, 26 Oct 2008 12:03PM

I was stationed in Ansbach with HHC, 1st Armored Division from 1972-1974.  A shout out to Yvette, Robert, Gerhardt, Art, Jacque, and everyone who made my time there so enjoyable.  I always wonder how it turned out for folks, so send me an e-mail.

Euridice SantiagoWed, 22 Oct 2008 10:09AM

I was stationed in Hinderburg Kaserne, Ansbach from 1979 to 1982 with 177th Personnel Service Company, PFC Santiago, Live in Vegas, still remember fews of my fellows soldiers,I would like to see the town once more, before I move to another live
Nice Photos, Thank you.

May all being be safe

Robert PriceMon, 6 Oct 2008 7:28PM

I was stationed with the 2/28 field artillery bliedorn kassern in 86 -88 and looking at these pictures brings back some great memories i have of this beautiful town, i hope to be able to visit it again one day in the near future

Amy Strickler BarnettFri, 26 Sep 2008 9:02AM

My Dad was in the 1st A.D. Band at Bleidorn Kasern from 88-91. We lived on the economy with a wonder German Family. They have become a part of our family and we still visit and call them. Dad's band was the one that went to Desert Storm in 91. We love Ansbach. It is our 2nd home and is a wonderful city with great people and lots of things to see and do. All I can say for anyone moving to Germany is to take advantage of your time. Travel and see as much as you can.

Ron AllenThu, 14 Aug 2008 10:34PM

I served with the MPI in Ansbach 1973-75 and have many fond memories of the staff and MP station at Hindenburg Kaserne. I was married there to my American girlfriend and 33 years later we are still a team!

mccorkleMon, 21 Jul 2008 10:03AM

DANKE FUER DIE KLASSE BILDER BIN SCHON 21 JAHRE IN AMERIKA UND HAB MICH RIESIG GEFREUT DAS MAL WIEDER ZU SEHN

Bruce Arnold | rfolse002@comcast.netSat, 19 Jul 2008 7:44PM

I was stationed at Hindenburg Kaserne 1977 to 1980, worked at Regional Personnel Center (RPC) Ansbach, later redesignated as 177th Personnel Service Company.  I absolutely loved my time in Ansbach.  Worked with Michelle Nader, Patrick DeCrane, and "Wild Bill" Thompson over in Finance Co.  I'm heartbroken to learn Hindenburg Kaserne is now Bruecken-Center (an American style mall).  I guess its what they call "pay back"! (LOL)

michaelThu, 10 Jul 2008 5:02PM

Hello: I was in Ansbach in 1967&68&69.At Bleidorn-126th maint. bn. Work at Katterbach.B Co.  Ring any bells for anybody/--warden88@hotmail.com

JerryWed, 9 Jul 2008 7:23PM

These photos bring many memories of great times in Ansbach.  I was stationed at Bleidorn Kaserne from 1966-1967, and worked out at the airstrip in Katterbach.  I did return in 1993, and would like to return soon, but Bleidorn is now just a memory, being closed down.

SteveTue, 8 Jul 2008 4:12AM

I was stationed in Katterbach, B attack! 501st CAB from 1979 to 1981. These pictures bring back alot of memories and are getting me very excited about a planned return visit in the spring of 2009!
P.S.    RIP Major Ace. One of the best pilots to ever serve in the U.S. Army

Linda ThompsonSat, 5 Jul 2008 11:07PM

My husband Jesse was stationed at Barton Barricks June 1973-Oct 1974. I was lucky enough to join him in Ansbach. I loved living there. We lived on Wurzburg St. If someone would be so kind as to take a few pictures for us we would appreciate it very much. Thanks

Nancy BellThu, 3 Jul 2008 10:34AM

I would love to see the pictures of Ansbach.  We were stationed there  from63-66.  My husband was in the M.P. Co. at Hindenberg. I don't know how to see the pictures, can anyone helpme.

RonMon, 30 Jun 2008 6:11PM

I was stationed in Ansbach from 78-81 with the 3rd Plt 630th MP Co. Thanks for the great pictures to take me down memory lane

CassandraFri, 27 Jun 2008 11:14AM

I lived in Ansbach from 1989 to 1992....I miss it SOOOOOO much! I loved being there. It is So beautiful, and the people are so helpful, kind, and eager to break any communication barriers...food, beer, and laughter are universal! LOL...thank you for the incredible photos! It still looks like "Home" to me!

David WoodMon, 16 Jun 2008 4:45AM

Great pictures. I was stationed at Barton barracks from 1979 to 1982. I really loved that town. I went back in 1987 and it was still the same.

AngieSat, 31 May 2008 7:28PM

The pictures reminded me of why I missed Ansbach so much when I left. Was there 5 years early 80's.  My sons went to German school in Ansbach and learned to speak fluent German, they want to go back one day, before they forget the language.  It was beautiful then and looks like it still is.  Thanks for sharing!

SGT Frank Oliver RETWed, 28 May 2008 7:19PM

WOW these are great photos. Thank you for sharing them. I was stationed at Bleidorn Kaserne with A BTRY 2/28th FA VII CORPS from Dec 1975 to Dec 1976.

Sandy BrasileWed, 28 May 2008 1:45PM

Thanks for the wonderful pictures.. When I lived there my daughter was too young to remember.  It will be great to show her how beautiful Ansbach is.

David SlattonTue, 20 May 2008 8:24AM

I went to school in Ansbach in 2006 and it was wonderful. The people are fantastic and helpful. I will be coming back!!!!!!!!!!

Jim KernerFri, 16 May 2008 3:06PM

thanks for the memories.  I was stationed in Hindenberg Kaserne from 1972 to 1975.  I always wanted to go back, but haven't done it yet!  Maybe next year!

anthony alteseSat, 19 Apr 2008 2:11PM

was stationed in ansbach at bliedorn caserne with the 1st mssle battalian. 56 to 58, never really got to see ansbach in the daylight much, i must have missed a lot. thanks for the slide show.

John MontagueFri, 18 Apr 2008 6:04PM

Nice pictures, quality presentation, Thanks.   A lot more art in the streets then I remember.  The foot walk downtown pictures are cool, traced some routes to a few of my old favorite places like, “Rancheros", "the Clock" and McDonalds.  The palace grounds are as I remember it very calming.  Hello to those who remember getting paid and having good days in Ansbach; 1990-1992, 501st MP Co., Bleidorn Kaserne, SWA, back to 'Ol Ziggy' then Barton Barracks.  Peace!

Mike GeeseySun, 13 Apr 2008 7:54AM

I was a Platoon sergeant of 3rd platoon, 630th MP Co. at Bleidorn Kaserne, from late 88 then got promoted to MSG and moved to 1AD HQ at Hindenburg Kaserne. while I was at 1AD HQ the first Gulf war was starting and I moved back to Bleidorn as 1SG of 501st MP company and deployed to SWA.

Tony DiazSun, 23 Mar 2008 7:07AM

Since I have noticed that some of you, like myself, who were stationed in one of the three barracks in Ansbach many years ago would like to go bach and see what it looks like, may I offer a suggestion? Download Google Earth if you don't have it already, and then in the space where you can search for a specific area write "Barton Barracks, Ansbach, Germany," and you will see the place; and I'm sure it will bring you back some of those unforgeteable memories.  I did, and was surprised that Barton Barracks still almost the same.....was even abled to see the building there I lived for two a a half years from 1962 to 65.....good luck

Tony DiazSat, 22 Mar 2008 3:44PM

Note to Hardy Stewart. Hardy, I remember you, we were in the same section under Sargeant Decker and Lt. Bartelli. I have a photo of all of us which was taken by Sargeant Decker during a field exercise. Remember the old first launcher section: Claybough, Ansdorff, Stewart, Angulo, Diaz, Vasquez, Clark, Sgt Decker, Sgt Davis, Lt Bartelli, Byrd, Skurlock, Hawker.....we are all in that photo.

Dustin WilsonFri, 21 Mar 2008 1:16PM

I'm on my second tour in Germany.  I was stationed in Illesheim for 3 1/2 years, went to flight school and now I'm at Katterbach with a MEDEVAC unit.  Ansbach is a pretty cool city.  I really like it-not too big, not too small.  Some of the bars mentioned must be a thing of the past.  I've never seen or heard of them.  I'm willing to snap some photos and send them.  If anyone has a request let me know via email.

Karlheinz DuernerSun, 17 Feb 2008 6:44AM

Hello from Ansbach....very nice pictures of the town...for all who´ve been here in former times: the beer and the bratwurst are still the best worldwide...auf wiedersehen..K....

David IsbellThu, 31 Jan 2008 9:43AM

I too was stationed in Ansbach with the 1st Armored Division, 501st MP Co, Security Platoon.  Loved it there and am coming back in September 08 with my wife for a visit.  Thanks for the great pictures!

Yvonne SlaatsMon, 28 Jan 2008 7:07PM

I realy enjoyed your pictures. I am from ansbach and right now stuck in colorado. Realy got me missing home. Wish I cold be there.

Cassie Beier Wed, 23 Jan 2008 12:24AM

I am now living in Ansbach, Germany with my family. My step dad is in Iraq. I have been here for 9 years and i never want to leave. Ansbach is a wounderful place !!!!

tom eisenhutTue, 22 Jan 2008 3:50PM

i lived in ansbach from 1981 to 1984. attended aahs, and hated every bit of it, until i got older. than i cherished every bit of my time in germany, and wish i could go back to visit everything that i experienced.

Christine Payne (Priller)Tue, 8 Jan 2008 10:57AM

Thank you for sharing these wonderful pictures of my hometown!  It sure brings back memories and makes me a little homesick!  A wonderful town and such great people!

Christine

Dick MeisWed, 2 Jan 2008 7:38PM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks from 1964-1966. I was with Hq, 4th Msl 57th Arty. Have many fond memories of Ansbach and surrounding towns.

Joe PhoebusWed, 2 Jan 2008 5:39PM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks 1/65 to 1/67. I was on guard duty and observed the locals cutting ice from the pond. I've only seen that, in photo's & prints.I remember the Black Bear, and the Fla. Bar. Battery A 4/57th would play drums while Germans took a break. I can't remember his, but he went J. W. E. or J. E. W.

Roger HawkinsFri, 21 Dec 2007 9:58AM

I lived in Ansbach from '85 to '87 (father was in the Army). Looking at the photos brought back some memories. I enjoyed the experience. Hope to visit Germany again one day. -Roger

Monica Sutton (Szczechowski)Fri, 9 Nov 2007 1:21PM

I grew up in Ansbach until my Father was called back to the US in 1986.  I cried for weeks.  I really miss the beauty of the town as well as the entire County.

Edna MedingerSat, 3 Nov 2007 8:35AM

I loved seeing the pictures I was stuck in Ansbach as a 10 year old kid with my parents during the war as a citizen of an enemy state (Canada). Many wonderful people helped us;After the war I worked for Headquarters Co.B Third Army first Military Government Regiment. I remember those times vividly. I am now 79 and most of my friends have passed on and Ansbach sure has changed. I was last there in 1970. ebmed@rogers.com

Charles D. WilliamsonSun, 14 Oct 2007 6:44AM

I was stationed in Katterbach, 1946-47. 10th air supply depot,10th supply sqd. Have been back to Ansbach many times, like a 2nd. home to me. I was married there in 1950, but can no longer travel ........Charlie

JUDI DIAMONDThu, 11 Oct 2007 12:38PM

MY HUSBAND, CHARLES "CHUCK" DIAMOND WAS STATIONED IN ANSBACH FROM 1966 TO 1967 (17 MONTHS).  I JOINED HIM FOR 14 MONTHS AND TRUELY LOVED IT THERE.  HE LEFT TO COME BACK TO THE STATES IN OCTOBER OF 1967.  I HAVE A LOT OF GREAT MEMORIES OF ANSBACH.

Thomas | http://www.soundclick.com/thomasleidenbergersongwriterSun, 7 Oct 2007 2:26AM

Been around Barton in the mid sixties.Also had a band and played at the Black Bear and Cafe Schidt often.Wild places then.Live in the Nuremberg area now.Go to Ansbach for business purposes quite often.Just shot some pics of old Barton,closed now.In search of photos?Email me,perhaps I can help.Thomas

ShannonTue, 2 Oct 2007 11:12AM

My husband will be stationed in Ansbach, He is leaving October 27 2007.  I am hoping to join him in April 2008 after our grandbaby is born.  Any helpful suggestions would be much appreciated.  It looks like a beautiful place to live.

Glenn KudelskiSat, 29 Sep 2007 10:12PM

I was stationed in Ansbach 1968 – 69 with the 210th Artillery Headquarters S3. Great food, beer and memories. The crazy cab rides down the hill and the “Half Way House” restaurant. Beautiful little town.

stefClarkeSun, 23 Sep 2007 12:48AM

...borne and raised in Ansbach [Jahrgang '46], and grown up in the heyday of the Grauer Wolf/Schwarzer Baer/Florida Bar.....and the Cafe Schmidt [Cafe Hemd hoch; grin].
Eventually emigrated to the land of our 'captors', the US, Pacific Northwest, to be specific, and presently living in the jungles of Costa Rica.........wondering if anybody over there might be persuaded to email me a jpg of Humboldtstr. 22.....the place I was borne.....to include in my memoires?

chicmike oktisukWed, 12 Sep 2007 4:43PM

was @ansbach '60 to '63
556 ord detachment
remember the gray wolf - upstairs @ the bear and elfreida's
was back in 1996 wow the town grew !

LarryTue, 28 Aug 2007 4:17PM

I wastationed in Ansbach from November, 1962 to September 1965 eith the 2nd Bn. 28th Arty. While there we had both 8" self propelled howitzers an then changed to 175mm guns. I rember the Black Bear , the Grey wolf And the Cafe Schmitt. Some one ask about Hindenburg Kaserne. It is now a shopping center.

Johnny SciaccaFri, 10 Aug 2007 8:03AM

I was stationed at Barton Barracks in Ansbach, Germany from 1962 to 1965. Anyone out there who played in the 210th Field Artillery Unit Band? We had about 25 memebers. We played at command changes, parades, etc. I still have many great memories of Ansbach. Maybe some day I can make a return visit.

BobSat, 14 Jul 2007 5:29PM

Hi there,

I was stationed in Ansbach from 1058-1960.  I enjoyed my stay very much there.  I wonder, does the old Hindenburg Kaserne still exist?  It was across the river bridge from the downtown section.  I will be in the area in October and would like to look things up again.

Ah yes, the Gray Wolf.  I remember it well and also the Black Bear and the Cafe Kurtt.

david Wed, 6 Jun 2007 1:22PM

i was stationed in ansbach from jun 1962 to jun 1965  oh' what a enjoyable time i had [hq btry 57th [AD] arty barton barracks and worked at katterbach , hello everyone back then ////

mike willner | ansbach and erlagenFri, 1 Jun 2007 10:26PM

I WAS STATIONED IN ERLAGEN FROM MARCH OF 1961 UNTIL NOV 14,1963WENT TO ANSBACH NOV 14 1963 CAN'T REMEMBER WHY AND BACK TO FERRIS BARRACKS NOV 28 1963 TO GO HOME ON THE WM.O'DARBY THANKS GIVING DAY NOV 28 1963. HAD A WONDERFULL TOUR OF DUTY 33MOS AND 11 DAYS MY DATES MAY BE OFF A LITTLE .

MikelFri, 1 Jun 2007 6:58AM

I live in Ansbach now.  Its a nice place, but small.   I attend Ansbach American High school.  (One of our seniors jsut died this week, R.I.P Katie)  I havnt seen some of these things that are in those pictures...  Maybe things have changed.  If anyone would like e-mail me at skyguyx5@yahoo.com and I can send you some pictures of the way it looks now.

Harry UhlWed, 2 May 2007 11:00AM

I was stationed in Ansbach from 1986 to 1990, and this site brings back memories of my life there, wish I could go back and see the changes that have been done since then. I got married at the Rathaus, in 1988. Thanks for the memories....

Hardy StewartMon, 9 Apr 2007 2:11AM

I was stationed in Ansbach from May 1960 until Dec 1962.I feel it was the best 2 1/2 years of my life.I was located at Barton Barracks with the 33rd Atillery.While serving there I met my wife who at the time was growing up in Guzenhausen (30 minute train ride)from Ansbach.She came to the US and we were married in Las Vegas almost 45 years ago.Thank you Ansbach

rodney iversonMon, 12 Feb 2007 7:56AM

I WAS STATIONED IN ANSBACH IN 1965-1967.OH WHAT GREAT TIMES COME TO MIND.THE THINGS I REMEMBER THE MOST WAS THE BEER AND FOOD.ALSO A LOT OF FRIENDS. WOULD REALLY LIKE TO GO BACK SOMEDAY.IF ANYONE OUT THERE WAS STATIONED WITH ME PLEASE E-MAIL ME. IT WOULD BE GREAT TO HEAR FROM OLD FRIENDS AGAIN.

Tony DiazMon, 5 Feb 2007 6:23PM

I was stationed in Ansbach with the 1st Missile Batallion, 33rd Artillery from 1962 to 65. I was at Barton Barracks. Our weapon was the "Honest John" missile. Had some great times there.... I remember all the three barracks there at the time as well as the units.....other than the 75th artillery, which later became the 28th, it was all missile batallions. If I can provide any valuable information, please e-mail me...

alexisMon, 20 Nov 2006 2:26PM

My husband and i were in Ansbach 2000-2003 (he was in the Army)and our first son was born there.  We loved it there and still miss it.  The pictures brought back great memories of the wonderful time we had there.

PeteSun, 5 Nov 2006 5:55PM

My parents were frequent flyers at the Grauer Wolf in the mid 1960's. One of your pictures shows the building now (under renovation). Is it still the GrauerWolf? Do you have a current picture of the place? If so, can you send it?

Thanks!

PattyTue, 17 Oct 2006 8:05PM

I was born in Ansbach in 1974, but I was adopted when I was 1 1/2 and moved to the states. I loved seeing these  beautiful pictures of where I was born and I hope to go back someday to see in person.

G. MillikenThu, 5 Oct 2006 8:40PM

I lived in Ansbach in 1967-1968 (military brat). We lived on base in the housing. I loved Ansbach. There were three ponds behind our building-would they still be there? If they are would you mind letting me know or taking a picture? Thank you for the lovely reminder of a beautiful, fond memory.

R PotterMon, 17 Jul 2006 3:48PM

My first European experience - Ansbach.  1966-1967.  U S Army.  I fell in love with Ansbach.

Ted DaySun, 9 Jul 2006 9:37PM

US Army stationed in Ansbach 1989-1991.

Karin Wyatt (Brand)Tue, 27 Jun 2006 4:54PM

Looking over these photos bring back memories.  Was born in Ansbach and left in 1960.  Came back to Augsburg 1964 to 1968 ith many visits to Ansbach..still have cousins living there as well as relatives outside of Ansbach in Berndorf.  Last time I was there was in 1997 and looking at these pictures some of the art work and fountains must have been built after that.  I miss Ansbach and it will forever be "Meine Heimatstadt"

Roland B.Sun, 12 Feb 2006 7:34PM

Born in Ansbach and lived there 30 years, pictures make me feel like I'm back home

Ernst Joachim FlemingSun, 15 Jan 2006 1:35PM

Beautiful pictures,  would love to see Ansbach in person one day.

R. LarkMon, 9 Jan 2006 9:29PM

stationed in ansbach 1952-1954, great time and town.

 
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