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90) Mark A.Smith 
East Millsboro, Pa.
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Saturday, February 7, 2004 02:53 PM Write a comment

I located Ronnie Gibson. He and Louise live in Canton, NC. and both are doing fine. They do not have a computer but I do have their phone number. Ronnie would like to hear old friends.
89) Bobby Tedder 
San Antonio, Texas
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Monday, February 2, 2004 03:29 PM Write a comment

Just wanted to check in. I'll try and get some pictures together.
88) David White 
Oakley, Ca.
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Saturday, January 31, 2004 04:14 PM Write a comment

Hi guys, I was in 567th at Hanau from early 75 to aug 76, boot camp at fort lost in the woods, then to virginia for ADM school. I remember some last names, "Pallota" ? Then there was "Shakey" he wore glasses. There was a guy from Oaklahoma that sent me a letter years back, he was from Enid Oaklahoma, we called him "Bohunk". There was a big guy we called "Hammer" from new york, I remember we were playing spades in a room one night and he (Hammer) and an asian guy from Montana I think (he was tall and thin)got into a wrestling match (the asian guy won and we continued playing cards and smoking hash :) There was another guy from chicago and all I remember about him was the tall heeled shoes he wore off duty and thought he was a real ladies man :) Then there was a guy we called red, :) I remember one night we were enjoying the effects of some purple micro dot in some ones small room, red stuck his head in the door and one of the guys threw a dart and it stuck in the bridge of reds nose! I also rmember a huge barracks fight we had but the only thing we used was "shaving cream" what a mess :)I used to go to a town in northern germany on weekends called "Wrist" to see a girl I said I was going to marry (I didn't). If anyone remembers any of this, drop me a line. I am currently a Sergeant with a Sheriffs department and have been married 25 years with two kids.

Mike Tuck Tuesday, February 10, 2004 01:13 PM
I think Hammer's first name was Bruce; and the guy from Montana sounds like Fred Isaacs. The ladies man sounds like Larry Brown (?). What platoon(s) were you in ?

Dave Monday, February 23, 2004 05:23 PM
Mike, I think your right, it was Bruce Hammer & Isaacs. Sorry but I don't remember what platoon I was in :) haaaa
I lived in the barracks that backed up to the street and was next to the post bar.

Bob Pallotta Tuesday, May 18, 2010 03:38 PM
Hi Dave, this is Pallotta. It"s my first time on this site. Hammer was from Minnesota, so was Berglund. Do you remember Davis, Elliot,+ Gerrish.
87) Bill Houle 
Saline, Michigan
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Saturday, January 31, 2004 12:27 AM Write a comment

Hey Mike Moeller, I am pretty sure I remember you. Didn't you drive a green Dodge conversion Van? Also didn't you marry a Very attractive blond Fraulien named Simone. I think you two took me and a couple of other guys to her parents for xmas one year. I belive I remember Doug also. Didn't he marry a girl named Anja, very pretty, long black hair? Weren't you also on the softball team? Pitcher I think.

Peter, here are a few more names. All were at HHD 557 in Herborn Seelbach

Dennis Demarais, was from Boston
Carl Picklesimer
William Hazard, from San Diego area
Donald Fry, last I knew he was in
Hinesville Georgia.

Edward Maes, was from Denver
Mike Camerom
Keith Donaldson, was from Phoenix area
Leslie Hell

The next few I knew From Ft. Hood

Martin Isaac
Theodore Suzor
Roy Auker
George Puscas
Michael Richardson
Timothy White

Mike, do you remember Rolston, Rose and Cardinal's first names. How about Blom. Not that we would want him to show up at a reunion.

Dan Sipes Wednesday, February 8, 2006 02:25 PM
I think it was Pat Rose and Tim Rolston..

SSG Tom Wallis, USAR Ret. Monday, March 13, 2006 06:20 PM
Bill, I'm absolutely crushed not to see my name on your list. I hope you're doing well. I remember all those names from the 557. Back in Germany again, this time out of uniform at the consulate in Frankfurt.
86) Mike Moeller 
Ft Leonard Wood MO
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Friday, January 30, 2004 04:27 PM Write a comment

Don't know if any one remembers me, I was kinda the black sheep back then. I was in 275th from 78-80 with the old 7/8th platoons, Hoflinger was my platoon sgt, Stoney Zerebski my team leader. In 80 we went to Herborn Seelbach to the 557th USAG, where I stayed until 1986. From there to 66th until I got reclassed to a 12B. Retired in 98, now a goverment contractor, working on Robotic Platforms for mine clearing, bomb clearing, neat stuff like that. If any one remembers me, drop me a line at

I remember Doug Frazer, Mark the hippy Hicks (We had a nice time in Koblenz with his Honda) I've got a big hog now too!
Lots of memories

Mike Wujastyk (Chuski) Sunday, January 22, 2006 11:08 PM
Hey Mike...You would not know me I left 275th in oct77, but Ol mark Hicks was one of my runnin buddies back in 76-77. He was on my fire team with Roland Lundmark (Roaddog) when he first got to the 275th. I wondewr if he remebers his brown vega GT station wagon and the Stutgarter fest????
Mike Wujastyk 6th platoon 76-77
85) Mike Moeller 
Ft Leonard Wood MO
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Friday, January 30, 2004 04:15 PM Write a comment

I was in the 275th Engr Bn in the old 7th and 8th Platoon and then moved to Herbornseelbach, 577th USAG until 1986, then 66th until we were reclasified in 87.
84) SFC Randy Wagley (ret) 
Memphis, Tenn.
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Wednesday, January 21, 2004 05:03 PM Write a comment

Hey everyone. don't know how many of you remember me or not. I was with Rass in Darmstadt then moved to Hanou in 75. I spent 2 terms at the 567th. I got out of the service in 1982 and went into the reserves in Houston, tx. In 1988 I went on AGR tour to Wisconsin and from there to recruiting in Dallas, Tx. I finished my 20 years in the Reserves in Indianapolis, In. Now i am married to my high schol sweeetheart and live in memphis, Tn. Would love to hear from some of my old friends from times gone by.

Eric Howard Monday, February 23, 2004 10:58 PM
I remember your name but I can't remember who you look like. I bet a drink would help me out. Say, Let's belly up to the bar. I heard the drinks are on Peter. Boy, I sure am thirsty, aren't you? Prosit!
83) Peter T. Endy 
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Friday, January 16, 2004 03:54 PM Write a comment

More bad news. Rusty Palmer died in 2002, and Billy Barnes died in 1995. I don't know any of the details.

Mike Tuesday, January 20, 2004 01:19 PM
Damn. I knew Rusty, kind of. I remember the red Jaguar XKE he bought so he could go drinkin' in style. I don't think Rusty did the driving though. Did he really own oil wells in Texas ?Billy Barnes was on the last team I was part of and I remember him showning the locals how to sing C & W ( "there's only two kinds of music Sar'ent Tuck..." )at a Gasthaus while on TDY in Oberamergau. After I ETS'd Billy wrote me a letter from the hospital where he was mending after burning his hands welding ( ? ), and also about Berry's death.

Big Gene Tuesday, January 20, 2004 04:32 PM
Rusty, Jaguar only lasted a week him and Sgt. Johns wrecked it, no one got hurt. I don't know about the oil wells, but he had some kind of contections in that area. I heard he never ETS he just got off of the plane and went home. Billy sure did like his C&W music I guess he and Johhny Cash are hanging out now.
82) Peter T. Endy 
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Monday, January 12, 2004 08:13 PM Write a comment

In my most recent search for former ADMer's using the names you submitted to me, I received the following from Ernie Wiggins' daughter:

Peter Tuesday, January 13, 2004 10:37 AM
On brighter note, I also have found David Bieger, who cannot make the reunion, and Jake Moore who does plan to join us for this reunion in Vegas. I will keep you posted as to anyone else who make contact with. Also, Charles Gird but I don't yet know his intentions regarding the reunion.
81) Ken Gipp 
Hartford, Wisconsin
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Monday, January 12, 2004 02:31 PM Write a comment

All - I was assigned to the 567th Engr Co, from Jun 75 to Oct 78. I remained in the ADM business until Jan 83, and went to Recruiting. I ETS'ed in May 84, and went back to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I joined the Reserves and work Civil Service for about 13 years. I went back on Active Duty as a Personnel Warrant Officer and I am now on a terminal assignment at the 84th Division (IT), Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I visited Frank Papa back in 89 or 90, can't remember, but haven't seen or heard from anyone for many years. Another name you may want to add to the list is David Hennig. I will see if I can contact him. Hope to see you all in July.

Eric Howard Monday, February 23, 2004 10:50 PM
Welcome back to the wild bunch!
80) John D. Holt (Boo Boo) 
Okeechobee, Florida
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Sunday, January 11, 2004 01:31 PM Write a comment

Hi guys..............Going try hard to make Vegas reunion. Having a hard time remembering folks. Thanks Gary Dyer for giving Peter my name. Boo Boo

Mike Wujastyk (Chuski) Sunday, January 22, 2006 10:49 PM
hey (Boo boo) I do not think you remember but me and roaddog gave you your nick name. You were in the 6th platoon and were on my fireteam and raoddog was our team chief....Mike Wujastyk (chuski)
Drop me a line you old fireplug!!
79) Joe Rentz 
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Thursday, January 8, 2004 05:04 PM Write a comment

When Gene and i got to the 547th Jim Cauthron was spec4 ad Paul Coleman was a spec5 ,Marv Deboer,And Ssgt Boyd,Charley Waters and a Sfc Crocket. Big Gene would play with his head and blame me, and gene would just set their with that smile he gets after about 20 beers and smile. But we did have the best softball team at the time and of course there was always Moodys' across the street.

Big Gene Friday, January 9, 2004 07:47 AM
That was back in the days when we had 3 systems TADM, MADM,& SADM. Do any of you old guys remember a guy we called Fast Eddie he was a E-6? How about the pole farm and LT Schelback (sp) remember that story Charlie Waters. Has anyboby heard from Paul Dowdle speaking of softball. Good to hear from you Joe, I bet you are frezzing your balls of up there in MI.

Big Gene Friday, January 9, 2004 07:53 AM
Joe, Glad to see you put your two cents worth in. Remember SSG Fast Eddie Weimmer? I wonder what he is doing. Has anybody heard from Paul Dowdle? Our softball picture from years gone by. I sure would like to go to Moodys right now. See ya in Vegas.

Don Pruitt Saturday, September 10, 2011 09:48 PM
Could this have been about 1967? There was a Lt. Schlipak that made Cpt about then and he was commander of the Prov. ADM Company.
78) Joe Rentz 
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Well i remember big Gene when he first got to Germany, he didn't know the voltage was different and the next thing i know is a high pitch whine coming from a razor then a puff of smoke and a few choice words then he bounced it off the wall.That was in Mannhiem before we went to the 547th Darmstat. Then we went there in 65 and i left in a hurry in 67.
77) edward brady 
washington state
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Saturday, January 3, 2004 03:19 AM Write a comment

hi my friends a happy new year.dean my buddy i will go to las vegis.i hope to see everybody there.i am a school bus do i send up for las veggis.see you there your friend
edward brady

Eric Howard Monday, February 23, 2004 11:59 PM
Hey Ed, I think I remember you in the awesome 7th. See you at the reunion.
76) Eric M Howard 
Twin Falls, Idaho
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Thursday, January 1, 2004 06:19 PM Write a comment

HAPPY NEW YEAR! I just love the smell of gamma rays in the morning! Hopefully, I will be at the reunion this year. I have a full set of black and white photos of 7th Plt. at Wildflecken Demo Range in summer of 1976. I believe Mike Tuck has the negatives. Someone told me that Range Control went in to orbit from phone calls about the nuclear explosions in progress at the time. I had a good snicker over that.

Deano Friday, January 2, 2004 10:57 AM
I drove the 2 1/2ton truck and picked up the explosives we ended up with 3 time as many explosives than we were suposed to.

Peter Friday, January 2, 2004 12:53 PM
I remember that trip well. We had a lot of fun "disposing of" the extra explosives.

Eric Friday, January 2, 2004 11:52 PM
Oh yeah,I forgot. Viva Las Vegas! You bunch of rummies,...hic!, oh excuse me!

Mike Monday, January 5, 2004 09:13 AM
Sad to say my negatives are long gone; too many moves in the last 27 years. I do have a bunch of B & W pictures though; both of the Demo range - where I think we used up the whole Company's issue for the year - and - and of Francious Kaserne.

Chuck Isaacson Monday, January 19, 2004 11:32 PM
I just sent a couple three photos to Endy from the memorable Wildflecken trip. There's one of the ammo dump, "Nick" Carter and SSG Draper lounging on that big wooden wall, and one of the nuke simulators. I still have a 50-cal. cartridge we managed to liberated from the range. I remember taking the tracers apart and firing them off on the fourth floor! See you in Vegas.
75) Eugene Arial 
Lexington, SC
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Tuesday, December 23, 2003 03:13 PM Write a comment

MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR to all of you old ADM'ers out there. Here it is 2004 already only 7 months until July. If anybody has a picture of L.T. Walker please send to Pete so he can post it, I have look through my stuff and I cant't place this man, but everyone tells me he was in my platoon. Old age really sucks!
Hey Steve are you still eating popcorn?
Proud and Roudy
Big Gene

Rass Wednesday, December 24, 2003 02:01 PM
Gene, not eating to much popcorn anymore. Had the ultimate diet surgery back in may of this year, and not alot of the good foods can I enjoy anymore, at least not in the quanities i enjoyed. Good to hear from you, and hope to see you this summer in Vegas
74) Larry Dinnell 
Chester Springs, PA
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Tuesday, December 23, 2003 07:00 AM Write a comment

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you and your families!

Looking forward to seeing everyone in seven months!

73) Steve Rasmussen 
Marshall, mn
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Sunday, December 21, 2003 06:11 PM Write a comment

Just found about the about the website from my old Platoon Leader Dave Stewart.Seen many names and pictures of special friends. I started with 567th in 1974 while in Darmstadt, of course the move to Hanau and to our new home Francois Kaserne. I was also with the company until the deactivation. I was the platoon sergeant of 2nd platoon until the very end.Would enjoy hearing from any members of the 567th both old and new. Proud and always Ready Steve

Robert Vincil Tuesday, December 23, 2003 04:58 PM
Hey Ras,

Its Sgt. Vincil, we were in 2nd plt. together. SSG wendel Calhon was my team chief. Didn't you take over for SFC Lynch? Just about the time we moved from Francios? I rotated out just about the same time. Have you ever heard anything from John Lynch. I know he was from Mn. also. Well to everyone a great Christmas and a Happy New Year......SGT. V.

Rick Murray Wednesday, August 13, 2008 03:19 PM
Hey Raz! Remember you from Ft. Hood. Didn't you live in quarters on the edge of post heading into Killeen?
72) Gene Harrell 
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Friday, December 19, 2003 04:43 PM Write a comment

I just wanted to take time and wish all you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Lets not forget the ones who are still serving. We all know what it was like to be away from home over the holidays. Take care !!! Harrell

Rass Wednesday, December 24, 2003 02:20 PM
Gene: Remember the multi colored LTD I purchased from you while in Hanau. That car lasted quite awhile and traveled many miles on the Autobahns. Take Care and have a Merry Christmas. Hope to see you this summer Rass
71) Eugene D. Arial 
Lexington, SC
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Thursday, December 18, 2003 02:31 PM Write a comment

Just happened to be here at work and a couple of names jumped into my head.
Billy Camp he became a Warrent Officer went to Belgium Grad Prix with us.
Billy O'Neal, Shelby Taylor, Daryl Champion, Jose Crews, Arangel Ramariez,
Freeman, Gibbs, I guess I need some help with the complete names, I,m supposed to be working anyway.
Big Gene

Mike Tuck Thursday, December 18, 2003 03:28 PM
How about Sp/4 Moon - he was the dispatch clerk in the motor pool. I remember Camp; we went thru basic and AIT together, along with Landi and Hemman.
How about L.T. Walker ? L.T. and I took a jeep to Iserlohn one day to pickup some books Lt. Backof left behind.

Eugene D. Arial Monday, December 22, 2003 07:35 AM
Why can't I remember L.T. Walker I tried all weekend long to come up with simething, but nothing jars my memory, please someone help me. If he was in my pltoon I must know him?
Big Gene
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