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Charlie Battery Guestbook And Blog

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A lot of kudos and thanks to dean for the work he has done.
jerry


Added: April 9, 2011
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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


Added: March 18, 2011
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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.

Added: March 6, 2011
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yesterday when i put dates in charlie battery it should have read dec. 65 till july 67. thanks

Added: March 4, 2011
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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.

Added: March 3, 2011
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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.

Added: January 4, 2011
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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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