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Lakeland. Fl.
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Friday, April 4, 2003 07:23 AM Write a comment

I was a member of the 275th En. Co. (ADM), in Ludwigsburg and was hoping to reestablish contact wtih other ADM'ers.

Timothy Duncan Sunday, March 28, 2004 03:09 PM

Seems to me I remember the name but cannot come up with a face. When where you there? I was with the 275th from Nov 77-Nov 79. Surprised that there are not more from the 275th. Drop me a line at
4) William A. Houle 
Saline, MI (near Ann Arbor)
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Thursday, April 3, 2003 11:32 PM Write a comment

I was not in the 567th, but was in HHD 557. We were in Herborn-Seelbach. Shortly after I arrived there in April 1984 I roomed with Bobby Tedder. We used to keep our fridge full of soda by beating everyone else at Darts. I then went to the 66th @ Ft. Hood in 1984. I spent most of my time there playing softball. I rommed with Marty Isaac and would like to get in touch with him as well as a bunch of other great guys. I hope some of them hear about this and register. Looking forward to some kind of reunion.

Jim Britt Monday, May 12, 2003 01:46 PM
Hi. I knew Bobby Tedder when I was with the 567th in '78-'79. Back then, he met and started dating Marian (the fraulein). We always expected he'd marry her and settle over there. Not sure what ended up happening. Anyway, I sent in a picture of Bobby to be posted on the Photo Album. Bobby: If you're out there, I hope it all ended up great for you.

Charlie McGurk Wednesday, October 29, 2003 04:59 PM
You probably remember Roger Roberts, maybe?
3) Eugene D. Arial 
Lexington, SC
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Thursday, April 3, 2003 12:39 PM Write a comment

Awesome 7th Proud and Rowdy, Third Herd
Home of the Big Bird. The hill in Freidburg the fresh aroma of spring air.
Grand Prix races for Forumla Ones. The best softball team in Germany. The friends you make that you hope will last a life time. Looking forward to seeing some of you again. I didn't say you wanted to see me again.
2) Michael Tuck 
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Thursday, April 3, 2003 08:15 AM Write a comment

Arrived at the 567th in April '75. Assigned to SSG "Cookie Monster" Husbands A Team, 7th Plt. Later spent time in the 4th and 3rd Plts. Even a few weeks in HHC as a documents clerk in the basement. Back to the "world" in April '78. I've spent most of the last 25 years in construction.

Charlie McGurk Wednesday, October 29, 2003 04:57 PM
Mike, you remember Scraggs? What happened to him? The Germans haven't left, so he probably hasn't either.
1) Peter T. Endy 
Stafford, CT
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Tuesday, March 25, 2003 11:46 AM Write a comment

eek! First guestbook entry.
I got to the 567th in May of 1976, and was assigned to the 7th platoon. Ray Flowers was my team chief at that time. Later that 7th platoon was busted up, and I was assigned to the 4th platoon with Ron Schutz as my team chief.
I have a lot of fond memories from the days in Hanau. Like J. Giles sings, good times last forever, and bad times fade away.

Bill Rettke Wednesday, April 2, 2003 06:59 PM
Yes Peter, I remember when you showed up. I had been there a year by then and we became friends right away. I remember some great memories of going to the river behind Pioneer and hanging out at the Bates apartment.

Bubba Harrell Sunday, November 23, 2003 02:25 PM
Hey Pete,
Just wanted to tell you thanks for all you have done to get this together.I remeber Ray Flowers and Schutz,but ican not remember you. Which picture are you in.If you can I would like to get in touch with Tommy Maines.If you can send me your phone number so I can talk to you about a few other things about the reunion. Thanks Gene (BUBBA) Harrell

SSG Tom Wallis, USAR Ret. Monday, March 13, 2006 06:37 PM
I remember Ray Flowers being a team chief at the 557th in Herborn around 1982-83.
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