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Great to see something about C-3-71, I was there from 11/68 to 12/69. That was when it changed from the 67th
to the 71st. I was the courier and mail clerk. Great times, great friends, and great place to be. Have missed
it for 40 years, Thanks for the memories


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GREAT WEB SITE ,REALLY BOUGHT BACK MEMORIES,I WAS WITH D BTRY,59&60. AT THAT TIME WE SHARED THE SAME BARRICKS WITH C BTRY, I REMEMBER SEEING THE BULLET HOLES IN THE SIDE OF THE BARRICKS AND THINKING IT WAS NOT THAT LONG AGO THAT IT HAPPENED.

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yesterday when i put dates in charlie battery it should have read dec. 65 till july 67. thanks

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Thanks for this great site. i served in charlie 3rd 71st from dec.66 til july 67. Was in the ifc area. Again thanks for this great site.

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Yesterday when I signed guestbook I forgot to mention that was in C-3-71 from Feb., 1968 to Jan., 1969

Added: January 5, 2011
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What a terrific & wonderful web site you put together for all of us who served in missile artillery. You are a proud one and made us all proud ones, too. Thank you much. I was a 24Q N-H FC Tech who served my last 10 months and 15 days of my 3 year hitch in C-3-71st. Thank you for all the great memories.

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Thanks for developing and maintaining this website. I have enjoyed looking at it -- especially the old pictures.

Added: January 2, 2011
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Hello all, I was stationed D-battery first where I
worked on the radar simulator and helped get delta ready for firing honor battery, Then I was transfered to bravo btry to replace an out going mech,(24Q). Where we fired honor battery also. I got to know charlie btry because I was ordered up there to help them train for there live fire mission. Later I was assigned for a week to c-btry to train them on Red eye training. It seemed like charlie was more primative than the other sites but I had fun living in the IFC area. I remember going out to get something to eat with some of the charlie 24Q's when some gang robbed a bank in one of the towns there and we got stuck in road blocks for hours. I served from 1980 to 1982 and then got shipped to Ft. Gordon for some unknown reason. I showed up and they had no idea what to do with me so they stuck me in personell pulling files for civillian clerks, what a let down. I eventuly reenlisted for a 26Y job and contiuned on. :!cool: :!cool:


Added: December 3, 2010
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I really appreciate the work done by the creator of this web site and by Jim Fitzpatrick who called me yesterday after all these years! I started with the old battery in Karlsruhe, then moved on to C Battery in the wine country. It has been more than 50 years since I was discharged. Wow!

Added: November 10, 2010
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I was in the 195th Ordnance Detachment, 3rd Battalion, 71st Artillery from 2/61-8/62 stationed in Kneilingen (Karlsruhe), Germany, providing Ordnance services to the four Nike sites of 3/71. I was so glad to have discovered this very well done site..... it's excellent. I had the privilege of speaking to Dean at length this evening. We discussed our recollections of the Germany we experienced in our youth, scarcely 15 years after the conclusion of WW II. Amazing experiences and responsibilities for youthful American G.I.'s. I have recollection of a couple of the names on the "Charlie" manning roster that Dean prepared. The person I have the greatest recall of was CWO Blanchette (sp?). We (Ordnance) seemed to have more interaction with him than others at 'C" Battery. Oh, yes, I also recall your Mess Sergeant Otto who always did a great job of feeding the visitors to "C" Battery, too.

Dean, thanks for all the hard work you've done in developing this site. Great photos of the towns and very interesting "Google Earth" photos that add a unique perspective to times gone by. It's certainly put the bar at a very high level. And, I appreciate your invitation to an "interloper from Ordnance" to sign in.

Thanks for calling this evening. I certainly enjoyed the conversation.

Regards,

Bob Collis, SP-5
Section Chief, Missile/Launcher Electro-Mechanical Section
195th Ordnance Detachment, 3rd Missile Battalion, 71st Artillery


Added: October 19, 2010
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