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112) samuel richey 
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Friday, June 4, 2004 11:29 PM Write a comment

Iwas in the 502nd (AFB) FROM MAY 1986-JAN1989, it was quite an experience!

barry paulin Thursday, June 24, 2004 09:25 PM
I was in the 502nd rhineland fbc 1st pltoon & HQ. supply in 1967 to 1969

barry paulin Friday, August 6, 2004 09:06 PM
at the Alumni Roster
130th Engineer Brigade for 502nd Engineer Company there 14
Name on the list you can go to my web site to get there or search by typeing in 130th Engineer Brigade my web is
or ... Unit pages
there 6 name for the 567th adm co. and Related 502nd engr co (afb) HomePages: 27 people there
93rd Engr Co (STRIKE DEEP)!! 19 name and the 38th Engr Co (MGB)
18 name
And before 1969
555th Engineer Combat Group
Seventh Army
ORGANIZATION - 30 June 1958
78th Engr Cbt Bn (Army) Karlsruhe [1]
55th Engr Co (Panel Bridge) Kaiserslautern [1]
502nd Engr Co (Pon Bridge) Karlsruhe [1]
809th Engr Co (Panel Bridge) Karlsruhe [1]
11th Labor Svc Dist HQ Karlsruhe [1]
8594th Civ Labor Gp
8595th Civ Labor Gp

Jess (RAY) Keopke Thursday, May 22, 2008 10:56 PM
I was in the 502nd at Rheinland, and the 55th Engineer PB at Smiley Barracks. was in Karlsruhe area from about 1965 to 1968.
111) Eugene D. Arial 
Lexington, SC
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Wednesday, May 12, 2004 12:44 PM Write a comment

Hey guys it has been 1 month since they put me in the hospital, sure wish I could say I'm all better now, but that isn't quite true yet. they got the blood clots dissolved, now they are working on thinning my blood, so it doesn't clot again. I told them it was thick because I don't drink that light crap. I really appreciate all of the get well notes and cards you guys have sent. I'm still thinking postive thoughts for July, it will just be a dry party for me, but that is okay it will be fun just seeing all of you guys and telling lies and singing the Nickie Laude song, take care all of you.
Big Gene

Kari Rasmussen stevekari Saturday, May 15, 2004 11:21 PM
Hi there Gene. I'm sure I'm just a thought from yesterday. But you come up in Steve (Rass) thoughts and mine lots of times. You hang in there cause you are a reason my Steve is the man he is today. That goings to lots of you guys. You are and were the best of the best... Owr thoughts and prays to you Gene. Kari

Eric Howard Saturday, June 12, 2004 05:31 PM
Big Gene, If you hand me a remote microphone with really really Really dead batteries in it, then I'll screech along with you as best as I can. Hope to see you at the reunion. Eric Howard

Howard Schnorrbusch Friday, July 23, 2004 06:21 PM
hey guy, it's me Howard Schnorrbusch from Private to 1st
Sergeant in the 66th to D Co 82nd. I'm glad your feeling better I just found this website 12 years later. So I'm a little slow. Just wanted to say Hi to you. Seen our old ops Sergeant and later 1st Sergeant at the University of Killen about 11 years ago when I went back to school.
110) Peter T. Endy 
Harrisburg, PA
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Saturday, May 1, 2004 03:19 PM Write a comment

I got the following letter from Gene Arial the other day. I decided to post it here:

I'm not quite sure how to write this letter, so I will just let you
know what happened, and we can go from there. On 4/12/04
I went to see my doctor because I wasn't feeling so well. It turned
out I was having a Pulmonary Embolism (blood clots
in my lungs) and wound in the hospital for 10 days, they thought I
was going to bite the dust for awhile. Anyway I 'm
working part time now and have to go to and get my blood checked
every other day for quite a long time. The doctor says
no traveling via airplanes until my blood is stable. So it looks
like I will miss the party, but then again I could get better in
time. I will know more in a month or so. I can't push this though or
I won't be around to even think about it. So if I can't
make it you all have a drink for me and grab a good looking girl on
the ass for me too.

Tell the gang.

Big Gene."

Larry Dinnell Tuesday, May 4, 2004 11:28 AM

Hope you are well very soon so that you can make the reunion. Can't sing the Nicki Lauda song without you there!

109) Walter Coin 
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Wednesday, April 14, 2004 08:33 PM Write a comment

I was not in your Company but i got a list for the 130th Engineer Brigade
Looking for the Engineer who where part of that Brigade

The Alumni Roster for the 130th Engineer Brigade
(List Of) 130th Engineer Brigade 16th Engineer Battalion
38thEngineer Company 54th Engineer Battalion
78th Engineer Battalion 93rd Engineer Company
94th Engineer Battalion 237th Engineer Battalion
317th Engineer Battalion 320th Engineer Company
516th Engineer Company 502nd Engineer Company
535th Engineer Company 541th Engineer Company
547th Engineer Battalion 549th Engineer Battalion
559th Engineer Battalion 565th Engineer Battalion
567th Engineer Company
568th Engineer Company
814th Engineer Company 1303th Engineer General
Services Regiment
My web site is ........

James E. Kirton MSG (Ret) Wednesday, July 14, 2004 09:57 PM
Hi Walter, I was looking for some of the guys I was stationed with at the B Co.78th Engr. from 1964 thru 1967. I'd be glad to here from any of them. Jim Kirton

To James E. Kirton Friday, August 6, 2004 08:31 PM
James E. Kirton MSG (Ret): about 78th Engineer Battalion
at The Alumni Roster for the 130th Engineer Brigade there is
4 name there for 78th Engr. Battalion and at
there 136 nane there for 78th Engineer Battion and one more at didnot have time to look.

William Emory Thursday, November 14, 2013 10:36 PM
I am looking for fathers Unit 568th Engr Co 1962-1966
108) SGT. Glenn A Grago 
Ventura. Ca. USA
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Saturday, April 10, 2004 10:56 PM Write a comment

107) Pete Thomas 
united kingdom
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Saturday, April 3, 2004 05:47 AM Write a comment

Hi guys, I was in the Brit Army, and a friend of Chuck Badger and Bob Draper.
Visited both Hanau and Darmstadt, Good Times, Good Friends and Happy Daze.
Good to see our armies still defending freedom.
106) Timothy Earl Duncan 
Burke, VA
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Sunday, March 28, 2004 03:47 PM Write a comment

I was drafted in Jun 1972 and was placed in the Combat Engr. While in training at Ft. Lenardwood I was selected for the 12E MOS. From Ft. Belvoir I was sent to Camp Page, Korea. After a short break in service I came back in and was stationed with the ADM Platoon at Ft. Lewis, WA in the 15th Engr Bn. In 1977 I was sent to the 275th Engr Co. at Coffey Barracks, Ludwicsburg. Was with the outer sector 7th Platoon for a while and then was transfered to the 4th Platoon. In Nov 1979 was sent to A Co. 2nd Bde USAES as an Instructor at the ADM school. In 1980 I volunteered and was selected to attend the year long course for Facilities Engineering Support Agency formally the Nuclear Support Group. Worked in that MOS until 1988 when I left the Active Army and joined the Army Reserve. Have enjoyed the 32 years I have served in the Army and have many memories of the many people I have served with. Hope I can make the reunion and meet both new and old comrades in arms.

Eugene D. Arial Wednesday, March 31, 2004 12:45 PM
Good to hear from you, did you know SSG Robert L. Brown & SFC Roy Smith at Fort Lewis? Or at the 275th. How about Bradford P. Mantha? I have lost touch with these guys and was wondering if you might know where they are.
Eugene Arial Monday, November 15, 2004 12:04 PM
105) Billy G. O'Neal (CSM Ret) 
East Tennessee
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Monday, March 22, 2004 10:40 AM Write a comment

A big "Howdy" to the old ADM gang! I was with the 12th Engr ADM Plt Nov 72-Apr 75, 567th from Apr 75-Aug 76, 4th Engr ADM Plt, Aug 76-Sep 77 (During Deactivation), 62d Engr Oct 77-Oct 79, 66th Engr Oct 79-Feb 81, and 62d Engr Oct 81-Jun 84; I retired from 7th Army NCOA in 1991; Good to hear from some folks I'd lost track of over the years; Hope to see many of you in La$ Vega$! Bill smile

Billy G. O'Neal Wednesday, March 24, 2004 01:44 PM
Pete, Webmaster: Would you please pass on my contact info to Jake Mooore? Thanks, Bill smile

terry Tuesday, November 30, 2004 12:13 PM
just wondering if you where ever at lenerdwood as a drill sgt. if so let me know?
104) Falk, Jeff 
Eureka Springs Arkansas
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Sunday, March 21, 2004 09:41 AM Write a comment

I don't recall any of the names except, Dugan. But not sure if its the same Guy. I was in the 275 at Coffee in Ludwigsburg From early 76 -78. I can still kick my ass for not staying in and getting my #@*%! wirred tight. To much partying. 45 has sneaked up on me. Would have been retired & living fat.
I think I was pretty lucky to be in a cold-war unit. I saw some cruts down at hooters getting juiced before they head off to Afgan. Say a prayer for them. SF guy waxed himself after returning home. So ya know it aint pretty. Anywas life good. I build fuel injectors out of carbon fiber for top fuel and funny cars now. thats about it. Anyone know Alex Gonzalez, "tall Blond headed cuban" , Jeff Zimmer, Joe Pierce. Sfgt Don Miller or any other 275 Guys? Anywas I,ll kick this reunion thing around. " why cuold'nt you have sceduled it to coincide(sp?) with the drags next weekend then I could have gathered up free tickets. See ya

Jerry Chance Thursday, July 29, 2004 01:32 PM
Jeff, Iwas in the 275th ADM unit from 1978-1981 at Coffey barracks. I was known as the extra duty kid! I also liked the Beer alot!!!!!!!!!!! I have been incontact with only one 12e and his name was Edward Meara 1st plt. Familiar names? Orville Whitt, William Vickery, Roger Houston,SSGT Adamson? I here a lot of names but can not place faces to them so it has been a long time. Nuke'em til they glow!

Mike Wujastyk Sunday, January 22, 2006 10:17 PM
Jeff, My name is Mike Wujastyk I was in the 6th platoon from Jan 76-Oct77. I ran with Roland Lundmark (RoadDog), Mark Hicks, SSg Doering, Sp4 Crawford (Crawdaddy). Do you remember USAEUR Inspections??? what a bitch, eventhough 275th was the best unit I was in, hands down. I do well I am an Electronics Tech with the post office..drop me a line
103) Rich LaSalle (CSM ret) 
Atlanta, GA
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Thursday, March 18, 2004 06:07 PM Write a comment

I serverd three tours with the 62nd Engineer company (ADM) in Vicenza, Italy. Retired in June 1995.

Eddie Denney Saturday, November 9, 2013 03:37 PM
Hi Rich how is it going ? Glad to see you made CSM Have you heard anything from Greg? Drop me an e=mail if you get the chance @
102) Rick Cunha 
Kaneohe, HI
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Friday, March 12, 2004 09:59 PM Write a comment

I arrived in country Oct 74. Assigned to the 567th ADM as clerk in orderly room at Darmstadt, FRG. CO was Robert Keenan. I worked with SFC Edgar M. Brubaker, SP5 Johns. Names I remember from that time are Jim Davis, Alex Sparks, Tom Cotton, Jeff Hart, Dan Cook. Moved in 75 to Francois Kaserne, Hanau, FRG. CO was Carl O. Magnell, 1SGT Hill. Later Nowell became 1SGT. I worked in the orderly room, S2, and then as an operations clerk. The gang in the operations section were SFC Brubaker, SSGT Pollard, SP4 Emmanuel Watts, SP4 Gaines, and Lt Randy Hledik. Names I remember from that time are Bill Rettke, Steve Pennington, Pete Endy, the five musketeers (4th floor gang, remember all but one name), Shillcut, Hojanowski, Gerrish and many other faces. Back to the world in May 77. If you remember me and want to refresh my memories, e-mail. Will try to make it to the reunion. Aloha to all! Didn't the sign over the orderly room building say "Its hard to be humble when your the best"

Pete Endy, Webmaster Saturday, March 13, 2004 11:04 AM
Great to hear from you, "Chuck"!!!
I think the 5th name you are thinking of is Allen Bates.
I need to talk to you about Bill Rettke, but not here. E-mail me, and I will fill you in.
101) Peter T. Endy 
Harrisburg, PA
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Monday, March 1, 2004 03:43 PM Write a comment

big grin I received a pleasent suprise in the mail the other day. Paul Kampnich & his wife will be attending the reunion!
They had told me a few times that they would not attend, but I guess my persistance paid off.

DAVE HAYES-FRED Saturday, July 3, 2004 12:19 PM
100) Harry C. Gensmer (1SGT RET) 
Fredericksburg,VA. 22405
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Saturday, February 28, 2004 09:41 AM Write a comment

Where did you find Jake Moore, last time I remenber seeing him was when he left Germany for a statside emergency.

Peter, Webmaster Saturday, February 28, 2004 11:27 AM
He is living in Tacoma, Washington. I do not share contact info without permission, so if you would like, I will pass your info to him. Just let me know in an e-mail.

Rick Saturday, February 28, 2004 10:08 PM
Jake Moore was the 1SGT when I was in the 567th,But he left before we deactivated.After the deactivation,I was sent to Ft. Lewis Wa. and found him there working in the I Corps engineer headquarters.I gave him an OFFICIAL 567th (ADM) coffee cup we had made before we all went our seperate ways.

Rick Sunday, February 29, 2004 06:35 PM
You can share my information with him. Thanks

Mark Smith Monday, March 1, 2004 12:14 AM
While looking through some old papers the other day, I came across a title for a "73" Dodge that I bought from Frank Kovac but it had your name on it. Was it yours before Frank.

Big Gene Monday, March 1, 2004 07:50 AM
Hey Harry how is your family doing, I bet your girls are all married and have families of there own now, remember the Volksmarch I took them on. Say hi to your lovely wife for me. Big Gene See ya in July.

Big Gene Monday, March 1, 2004 07:54 AM
Hey Harry, Glad to hear from you it has been over 20 years since Ft. Hood I guess your girls have familes of there own now. Maybe they could take me on a Volksmarch now. Say Hi to your lovely wife for me. See ya in July. Big Gene

Harry Monday, March 1, 2004 02:01 PM
Big Gene, it has been 20 years,your so right the girls are are gone, Barbara (oldest) married here high school sweet from Hanau,has three kids,lives in Cocoa Beach, Julie (middle) is married and lives in south Carolina has one child, and Dawn the youngest is married and lives here in Virginia and has one child, they all gave me grandson's. Look forward to seeing you in July.
Do you or any of you ADM'ers remember John Hall (275th)he is here in Fredericksburg, VA. Works at Fort AP Hill. Write soon.

Mark: Monday, March 1, 2004 02:05 PM
Mark, I remember the 73 dodge, Frank brought it from me, guess he never had a new title made for it. Mark,do you hear from JR, I sent him and e-mail. Stay in touch.See you July.

Big Gene Monday, March 1, 2004 05:11 PM
Harry, Where in South Carolina does Julie live? I live in South Carolina in Lexington which is right next to Columbia. email me @
99) Harry C. Gensmer Jr. 
Fredericksburg,VA. 22405
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Friday, February 27, 2004 06:51 PM Write a comment

Hey this is great, see you all in July.
Big Gene, last time I saw you was at
Ft. Hood, I was there TDY. Bill Colley told me about the site and the reunion. I retired in 1991 just after The Storm.I'm trying to get the location of
Frank Koavk, anyone heard from Dave Thomas, Etue, Bob Smith. Will right more later. Proud & Ready

Rick Saturday, February 28, 2004 10:14 PM
I remember your name.I think Frank Kovak is in Va. somewhere.If you remember Gary Bogart,he's in Ohio.I call him every now and then.I got one e-mail from Donald Runyun about a year ago and haven't heard from him since.I'm still looking for more people!
98) Eric Howard 
Twin Falls, Idaho
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Tuesday, February 24, 2004 03:48 AM Write a comment

Howdy Everyone! Belly up to the bar. I heard a rumor that Peter is buying. Seriously, despite my unrefined attempt at humor, if all we drink is bottled water and chew gum all day, it would still be just right to see all the people at the reunion, hear some good tales and look at picture albums. I finally scraped some money together to send Peter for the web site and postage stamps for letters. I ain't bragging, I'm just glad to get it done finally. I invested it with the hope of getting something out of it. A couple more faces at the reunion would do it for me. Proud and Ready
97) Mike Tuck 
Altadena, California
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Friday, February 20, 2004 09:35 AM Write a comment

This website is the creation of Peter Endy; his time and his dime. Peter has been tracking down former members of the 567th for a couple years now and it's great to see all of the names in the guestbook. I hope a bunch of us can get together in July. Mike (was aka "Rock")

DAVID HAYES Saturday, February 28, 2004 03:11 PM
96) David C. Hawk 
Jacksonville, Florida
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Thursday, February 19, 2004 09:20 PM Write a comment

WOW!! I finally found a link to the past after 15 years of looking. This is awesome, somebody had a really good idea.

I was assigned to the 567th Engr Co in 1981 to 1983 or 84 (I don't really remember when I left) I went to 66th Engr Co at Ft Hood, Tx after that. I was in 6th Platoon. The only people I remember in the platoon during that time was Dwayne Givens (he's in NE Oklahoma last I heard) - I remember a nerdy looking 2nd LT we had that was caught wasting time in his office drawing "combat mercedes" pictures. Oh boy those were the days. I guess I'm going to have to get the old photo albums out and see if I can scan a few images to share.

My wife and I decided to do an international adoption and adopt a little girl and so about two years ago we went to Moscow, Russia to get her. Her pictures are up on my website. While I was in Russia, I kept thinking about all that time I spent in Germany doing what I did - and while I was there in Russia, it came back to me in a very clear way. Jeez, these guys over there had a friggin' Pershing Missle in their War Museum in Moscow - they also had stuff that was very similar to what I remember about our MADM's. Anyway, anyone who thinks they have it bad should go over there for a couple weeks.

Well, if anyone wants to chat, call me at 904-662-6110 cell or go to my site and write me.

Proud and Ready Nukem till they glow.

Tom Craske Friday, December 16, 2005 08:00 AM
Dave, that LT was Vinnie "the blade" Sava. He was also the rocket scientist that 1. filled his VW Van with Diesel fuel in England, 2. Sprayed himself in the face with tear gas while trying to defeat a pissed off german that he cut off in traffic. If I remember right, Gary Goudreau was the one that gave him the title "Vinnie the Blade" or it might have been Barry Dissinger.
95) John R Osberg 
Chicago IL
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Tuesday, February 17, 2004 06:02 PM Write a comment

Hey guys, I was Little John, OZ or maybe just drinking too much most of the time.... In the 317 and made the move to Fransau... Time in country 74-77.. Dose any one remember what the yp cable did? Best regards to all.... Johnny O

Peter Tuesday, February 17, 2004 07:09 PM
Hmmm, yp cable. Was that the big fat one that connected the MADM warhead to the timer device?

Mike Tuck Wednesday, February 18, 2004 09:28 AM
Still playing the Ovation ?

Dean Wednesday, February 18, 2004 09:47 AM
I,m really glad to see people I knew, on here.

Eric Howard Monday, February 23, 2004 10:43 PM
Good to see your name on the front page OZ.
94) Ted Blodgett 
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Tuesday, February 17, 2004 02:31 PM Write a comment

I can't beleive this site!!!!! Somebody had a good idea. I just heard about it at I was in the 567th's Awesome 7th platoon from '80 - '82. I don't know anything about any Dutch getting gassed!!!!! I haven't seen any names I recognize here and I only saw one at clasmates. Wait, I did see Badgers' name didn't I, would that be the Badger who was top in '81? He can still drink??? I guess I'll check into this reunion thing and think about attending. It's B-Y-O-N I assume!! Ted Blodgett
93) Peter Endy 
Harrisburg, PA
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Sunday, February 15, 2004 05:17 PM Write a comment

I received the following from Bill Colley's wife, Betty today. I thought it would be appropriate to post it here:
Hello you guys,I am Betty Colley, Bill is working, we do hope to see all of you in July, can not promise, can let you know later. We were in the 567th twice, so maybe you will remember us. I am sorry to say that Sgt Chaney died about 2 years ago. Kovacs live here in Va. as does Jackie Rhea ,and Harry Gensmer, Robert Smith lives in Sherdian Wy.Badger in Ma. and you are right to tell him the bar is open. Hope to see ya' Betty my e-mail write!

Peter Endy Thursday, February 26, 2004 01:45 PM
I got a deposit from the Colley's today, so we can count them in! Since I just updated the RSVP list yesterday, look for them to appear on the next update.
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