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Hello, my Name is Ralf Jadasch .I was Born on January 1962 in Brackenheim. I was looking for my Father he was Based 1961 in Kleingartach. His Name is "Smith" his first Name i dont now. He had red Hair and Phillip Kirkland was a Frind from him.I have one Photo of him but i can not Post it here. Have anybody an Answer for me? My Englisch is not so good. Thanks at all.

Ralf Jadasch


Added: January 7, 2016
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I was at C-3-71 from Jan 64 to Jan 67. I worked in the launcher area and in the EM club. I met my wife Helga in Brackenheim and we were married Sept 66. We have two sons and 6 grandchildren.I retired from the army after 22 years in Sept 1979.I Retired at Ft Bliss I was the First Sgt at A-4-1 basic training, the first battery to have OSUT. After retiring I went to the local community college and got a degree in HVAC. I retired from Honeywell after 20 years in 2003 then went back to work for Honeywell one day later as a contractor and worked for another 9 years. My last assignment in Germany was C-2-1. I had the honor of being the launcher platoon sgt. We had a unit with some of the best NCO's and officers I ever served with. In 1977 the unit fired out at Crete with a 99% the highest ever fired at Crete at that time in the 94th group, we kicked * * *.

We now live in Colorado Springs , Co. We spend time between our mountain home and our home in the springs. We built a log home in 1987 near Cripple Creek, Co to enjoy the mountains and the view it is beautiful country. Helga and I keep busy with different activities, her working with animal rescue and I keep some what busy playing softball with in the local senior league.
I wish I had made the reunion here in the Springs it would have been fun.

Jim Clark


Added: December 17, 2015
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Tower Rat 1976-1977. Witness to the accidental arming of a warhead and it's extration by helicopter. A night time security breach where keys and an M-16 were stolen by one of the soldiers and the all hell breaks loose aftermath.

Added: October 9, 2015
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I enjoyed my time of service from 1968 until April of 1969.I was with the Fire Control System Maintenance with Charlie Battery. This site brings back a lot of memories.

Added: June 2, 2015
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served at charlie btry from 79 to 81 served as a 24p in the ifc area had a great time met a lot of good people enjoyed the local guesthouses teiglers in hoppfengen,zur rose, great experience,will nrver gorget

Added: May 31, 2015
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Was at A Btry. 3/71rst at Dallau from 3-1-1971 to 3-11-72 as a radio operator/ switchboard.

Added: April 22, 2015
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I was in A-3-71 in Giensheim in 1968. Acq operator.

Added: March 31, 2015
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Stationed at c/3/71 from 1979 - 1981 lived in kulsheim west germany

Added: March 18, 2015
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I served in C Battery 3/71 from 1982 as a 16B Launcher Platoon until we closed the unit and then was assigned to D Battery 6/52 ADA Hawk in Werthein. :o

Added: February 17, 2015
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Was a 16C up on the IFC from 1982-1983. Miss all of my old friends from those days.

Any of you recognize me, hit me up.

Cheers, and god Bless all of the vets.


Added: January 19, 2015
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