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I need your support and help!
In the history of Kleingartach there is a problematic topic: The closing of the site in 1969.
Known date is the official closing in July 1969; but a soldier tells me that he came in April 1969 to C 3/71 Hardheim, and nobody there knows something about Kleingartach.
I guess that Kleingartach was really closed in March/April 1969, together with 1/67 sites.
Two notices: Knows anybody the effective deactivation date or the time frame; and the reason(s) why, and especially Kleingartach, was closed?
Who can provide records or further helpful informations, references, tips and so on regarding my first notice?

Thank you very much for your effort!

Thomas Schulz


Added: March 29, 2016
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Well done!

Added: March 25, 2016
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If anyone has any information about or the location of First Sgt Wesley Clark or RP Jones (SP5 Club Manager) I would like to hear from you.

Added: March 22, 2016
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Old C-1-67 Hardheim Germany, 9/65-9/69
Recently contacted by Don Yarbough, (I'm the Matti every one is looking for)
Looking to reconnect with Richard Sproules,Ove Jule,Billy Pope,
Chuck Huddleson,Ray Brindle,Dick Carlson,Roscue Baker,Richard Ross,Bill Curry,Joe Arducka to name a few,or anyone that I may of partied with!
Can't guarantee I'll remember you (now 70) but please try

Hoping to hear from anyone. " Matti "


Added: March 22, 2016
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Hi,
daughter surching for her father!

Please can someone help me to find "Willi or William Kitchen(s). He was in the US Army in the early 1970 in Hardheim. His daughter is surching him now for 29 years.
Does anyone know anything about him?
Her 16 year old son want to know something about his grandfather.
They only want to have contact. nothing else.

Please let me know everything what can help.
Sorry for my english.

Hoping for your help, thanks
Werner Hauk


Added: February 20, 2016
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Stationed at C/3/71st hardheim. 95b. MP SP4 worked security launch area 1971-1974. Also worked the bar during my off time .went to a lot of tdy while there just to get a break from the site ,including 8wks at Bad Tolz NCO Academy,and a Army sponsored trip to Berlin, and a few alarm schools in Frankfurt. Would do all over again if i could a great experience for any young man . I say bring back the draft

Added: February 19, 2016
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I was station at Charlie battery, 3rd Battalion, 71st ADA, Hardhiem Germany from Sep 1969 to March 1971. I worked in the Como section than worked as a front gate guard at the missile site my last few months there. Had good times

Added: February 16, 2016
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I was assigned to Charlie Battery, 1/67 in late 1966 as the XO under Captain Blackwell. Great unit (best in 32nd AADCOM in 1967). So many memories, so little time. Lt. Tom Gaffey and I lived in an apartment above the Volksbank in Hardheim for a year (got evicted), and then move dto the Landgasthof zum Ross in Schweinberg where we were "adopted" by the Kuenzig family (poppa loved Jack Daniels Black from the PX in Wertheim). I have fond memories of Charlie, but also fond memories of the "Tanzcafe Romantica" in Walduern, and their "famous" band - The Jetwalkers!. How we escaped non-judicial punishment, I'll never know!
I would love to hear from the men who were there at the time! I already fond Joe Ardito on this site.


Added: February 15, 2016
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I was stationed at Hardheim Kasserne from August 1963 to early April 1965. I was a 179.10 mos radar opeerator working the IFC. I had fond memories of my time there. I was transferred in after out missile site was taken over by the National Guard. I worked all the positions in the trailer. I remember we had a lot of fun downstairs in the beer hall below the barracks.
Or we spent time in town at the gasthauses. At the time it was 4 Marks to the dollar so we could get by cheaply.Just seeing if there was anyone else out there that served then and please send me an email if you want to jog our memories.


Added: February 10, 2016
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Was at 3/71 DSP, Gerzuski Kaserne, Karlsruhe, from 1969-1972. Great times, great travels taking care of the sites. Retired from the US Coast Guard with 22 years total.

Added: January 29, 2016
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