38th TMW at Hahn's Guestbook

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70  Date: 2007-07-18 02:45:21
Richard Golby ( rhgolby@comcast.net / no homepage) wrote:

I was with AACS @ Hahn from Dec 56 to Dec 59. Iknew several guys in the 586th who used to frequent a Gasthaus in Hasslebach. I was aware of the Matador sites while stationed there though not a frequent visitor. And also Metro Tango. The Launch pads at Wuscheim are still in place as of May 2007.The Hundheim GLCM site is obviously still there, but it is a Rock Concert Faciltiy now. Metro Tango is a huge Re-cycling Plant now.

69  Date: 2007-07-09 04:31:44
Barnum Bailey Lambert MSG ret. ( barney@frogdiver.com / http://frogdiver.com) wrote:

I was at site 4 when it was activated. NCOIC of one of the first launch teams. we placed a model of the mace on top of the flag pole. can anyone tell me what happened to the model?

68  Date: 2007-06-24 05:37:18
heike strassberger ( heike_strassberger@yahoo.de / no homepage) wrote:

hi my name is heike, i have one brother jürgen and 2 sisters claudia and silke, our parents had the hotel rightout hab first "hunsrückerhof" than "hotel strassberger" if anyone knows my brother sisters or me, please contact, thanks, i am mainly searching for pat &charles lawless
pat&allen jones
craig king
john haar
paula &casey footh (?)
if you know, how to get in contact with one of the persons, please drop me a mail
thanks and take care heike &family

67  Date: 2007-06-06 23:20:10
Jeff Carr ( JCSCAZ@gmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Great site! I found this while fact checking my father's memoirs. My father was assigned to the Mace missile and we lived in Mastershausen in 1961 before moving to Birkenfeld Air Station in 1962. Thanks for the memories from my youth and the newfound perspective I have on my father's time in the Mace missile program!

66  Date: 2007-05-28 01:18:49
Harry Dietz ( h.dietz@sbcglobal.net / no homepage) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn from 1955 to 1956. I was in the AACS Sq. and worked in the control tower and was a GCA (ground control approach) operator. Had a great time at Hahn. I returned in 2005 for a reunion at Hahn, it was great and hope to make another one before I die.

65  Date: 2007-05-15 02:37:08
Rich Horne ( f4fixr@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was at Hahn Feb.75-Feb.77 I was a crew chief on F4-D's in Blue section (Victor Alert) then I spent the last year working Job Control. I was at Ramstein 80-83 , then Spangdahlem 85-89 but Hahn was the best tour !!! I would like to go back sometime. Anyone that remembers me, drop me a line>

64  Date: 2007-05-12 18:23:09
Roger Lepper ( vrlepper@sbcglobal.net / no homepage) wrote:

Correction to #17. I was at site V from '61 to '63. would enjoy hearing from old acqaintances.

63  Date: 2007-04-27 04:58:38
Raymond Sneed ( rsneed1731@earthlink.net / no homepage) wrote:

I was stationed at Buchel, a german air base and Hahn was our support base. My youngest son was born at Hahn in 1968.The 2 things I remember most about Hahn are how bad the weather was up there and how much I liked going to the Rod&Gun Club when I had to go to Hahn.

62  Date: 2007-03-30 11:17:46
cindy crenshaw ( cindycrenshaw@hotmail.com / http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HahnAirBase/) wrote:

enjoyed the site. I was at Hahn in Microwave Maintenance in 78-80.

61  Date: 2007-03-30 00:40:41
daren e robinson ( boogerheadfred@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

i arrived at hahn afb in nov83 and i left in nov86
i have a thousand great memories there. i loved the german people too.

60  Date: 2007-03-30 00:35:43
daren e robinson ( boogerheadfred@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

i arrived at hahn afb in nov83 and left in nov 86
i have nothing but great memories of the country and people....they were kinder than most people in usa

59  Date: 2007-03-29 21:28:55
Chris Whitehead ( chris.l.w@comcast.net / no homepage) wrote:

I had the privilage of visiting the old Army ADA site in 1982 before the new missiles came to Hahn. I drove the bus with my commander and superintendent (Manpower Office) and respresentatives of civil engineering.

58  Date: 2007-03-20 04:44:41
James Mustaine ( windymustaine@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Great site brings back alot of GREAT memories. I was stationed at Hahn from June of 54 to July of 1958. I was part of the 69th Maintenance group until late 1955 when I became NCOIC of A Flight for Metro-Tango. Would love to hear from anyone stationed there at that time.

Jim Mustaine
CMSgt - Ret

57  Date: 2007-02-06 22:26:13
Jack Ford ( jgford@longlines.com / no homepage) wrote:

Was stationed at Hahn from Aug 54 to Dec 55 with the 69th Tactical Missile Sgd.
Would like to hear from anyone from the 69th at Hahn or Patrick AFB, Fl.

56  Date: 2006-12-28 02:17:16
Gary Stevens ( GLSTEVE5701@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Stationed at Hahn 1961-63, 50th APRON, Security. Lived in Sohren while we were there. Worked with F100s, F102s, Morbach & weapons storage areas (on & off base) Also a few downed aircraft on the surrounding mountain sides...lots of memories.

55  Date: 2006-12-21 16:11:18
Truman Cox ( coxb@maplenet.net / no homepage) wrote:

Stationed at Hahn 61-62 and Sembach 62-64 as a launch crew tech 1 some great memories and some cloudy ones

54  Date: 2006-12-17 02:49:31
Corin Edward Canady ( csusue@juno.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was in Hahn Air Base 1954 and 1956
69th Tac Misl Sq, Worked in the orderly Room

53  Date: 2006-11-16 21:10:50
gordon w. gates ( gordonwgates@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

at Sembach 57-58, Hahn 58-03/60

52  Date: 2006-10-19 18:20:50
Scott Oestringer ( no email / http://www.flickr.com/photos/hahnairbasephototour) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn from 84-86 as a crew chief on F-16s. For anyone interested, I recently live in Wiesbaden and went back to visit Hahn after a 20 year absence on 24 September 2006. If you'd like to see what Hahn looks like today, I have posted 175 pictures of Hahn taken during my visit. Feel free to take a look at my web site at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hahnairbasephototour

51  Date: 2006-10-05 05:38:32
John E. Fisher ( johnemfish@cox.net / no homepage) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn AB, Site 5, from Jan. '64 til the deactivation in late '66. Those were the good days, even though I fell off of a missle and broke a collar bone, it was still good times. I'm really glad to have found this site. Keep up the good work.

50  Date: 2006-08-16 00:14:20
Al Schroeder ( alschrdr@msn.com / no homepage) wrote:

Station in Hahn 1953-1956. With the 69 Pilot less Bomber Squadron

49  Date: 2006-06-12 18:55:19
Joe Thorpe ( griggerbr@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was at Hahn '64-'65 air police, missle site security,I remember 9 months of winter and 3 months of cold weather,still had a good time,snap-caps at the first house no body makes beer like the Germans.

48  Date: 2006-05-09 09:16:08
William DeCloedt ( decloedtwa@earthlink.net / no homepage) wrote:

I guess I'm getting old - Two changes to #47. My correct e-mail is decloedtwa@earthlink.net and I worked at site #5.

47  Date: 2006-05-09 07:05:42
William De Cloedt ( decloedtwa@earthlink.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn from Mar 62-Oct 65 as a E/4 security Air Police man for the 586th. Maj Birkenstock was the commander. I walked the steel planks at site IV and later worked at Pass and ID. Anyone remember me? Bill De Cloedt

46  Date: 2006-01-25 02:03:26
Bobby Cooper ( cwinemaker@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

stationed at Hahn AB 84-87 loved the place and area so much as well as meeting the love of my life for past 20 years and counting! played a part in the setting up of the 38tmw GLCM base, in my opinion it was the biggest waste of our time and tax dollars reactivating that base just to turn around a few years later,shut it down and give it back,but what the heck do I know,hello everybody in the 38thTMW 313th 496th 10th 50th God Bless!

45  Date: 2005-07-28 20:46:12
Bill Adair ( wgadair@comcast.net / no homepage) wrote:

Left Sembach AB in late 58, and was reassigned to the 405th TMS from Dec 58, until Jun 59. Guidance tech under Sgt Sam Nightingale, in maintenance.

Some of the names I remember from the barracks are James Dignam, Burt Pellitier, and Billy Barr. Would like to locate anyone I knew from that period.

44  Date: 2005-07-19 20:42:25
Janet Kent Jennings ( jjennings@lamadeleine.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was a child of 10 when my dad was stationed at Hahn from 60-62. I still visit the area to see friends that live in Schauren. It was a wonderful childhood. We moved on to Sembach for 2 more years.

43  Date: 2005-07-15 15:29:58
william bennett ( dnbennett@earthlink.net / no homepage) wrote:

was fireman hahn airbase 1961-1964 some duty site 4 and metro tango

42  Date: 2005-07-10 15:50:57
Brian Friedmann ( bff66mrk@charter.net / http://www.georgespond.com) wrote:

Stationed with my father, Capt. Robert Friedmann, at Hahn from Dec 54 thru July 57. Dad recently passed on and was doing some research on his life. Very fond memories of Hahn and all my friends (now scattered and pretty much lost - Duke Watson, where are you???? And Margie Hardy???). Never forget that first noon time that we were in our 6th floor apartment on base and that air raid siren went off with no warning! Yikes, the Russians were coming!!!

Thanks for the site!

41  Date: 2005-07-08 22:58:05
Harry Gene Dietz ( ldietz@axs4u.net / no homepage) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn AFB from July 1955 to July 1956. I was a GCA operator (ground control approach). I was in the 1284 AACS Sq.
I am planning on going back to Hahn Oct. 5 to Oct. 10, 2005 for a reunion for all service personnel ever stationed there.
I have a lot of good memories of Hahn.

40  Date: 2005-06-06 22:00:04
ERIC(ric)HAASE ( polecatt2@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

great memories(good&bad)..started out at bitburg 1960, matador, c-pad.re-assigned to hahn, 1962, site IV. mace-atran.it's all kind of a "blur" now after all these years!!!! it has been a grand tour to be able to review "your" "posts"from the old days ,thanks...ric haase

39  Date: 2005-05-24 03:01:24
Dean K Hamilton ( deanhami2001@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

On a launch crew at Site VI from 1964 to deactivation in 1966 (405TMS "Heroine 1"). Some of the most challenging and best years of my life.

38  Date: 2005-05-18 21:38:45
Mark Kastilahn ( markkas@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I lived at Hahn from 1960-64. My father was an F100 pilot.

37  Date: 2005-04-23 17:50:29
Roger Lamothe ( rlamothe5@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn from 1962-1966 at Missile site IV. Some of the greatest memories of my life involve my years there. Any of you involved with Mace missiles should go to the "missileer" website Try Googling to find it.

36  Date: 2005-04-21 17:13:35
Richard H. Golby ( rgol1937@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Belay that sqdn designator I listed. It was the 1284th AACS Sqdn to which I was assigned not the 2084. In case you old missile folks are interested, GLCM Wuscheim facility is still intact as of Aug 2004. Building, and Bunkers still in place. Static display of TM-61C also still in place. Building interiors are trashed. Sqdn designators on inside of outer wall, and inside building still visible and readable. Bundeswehr owns it, but doesn't seem to care to much who comes and goes. Some Metro Tango buildings in use by large German Re-cycling operation. Hahn Air Base now Flughafen Hahn for Charter flights to vacation spots. Huge operation. Old Base Operations and Fire Dept building still intact and in use.

35  Date: 2005-04-21 04:16:26
Richard H. Golby ( rgol1937@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

Assigned to the 2084th AACS as GCA Radar Tech Dec 1956 to Dec-1959. Worked closely with 2nd Mob AACS guys. Also traveled to the Metro Tango site and Wuscheim a number of times for reasons that escape me at present.The Matador then Mace was out there somewhere then. Hung out on occassion with some guys from one of the the 586th organizations(maybe 405th)in and around Kastellaun, Hasselbach, and other small towns. F-86-D's with the 496th and F-100's with the I believe the 50th were the active A/C operating there. Still recall the heavy fog and harsh winters. Miserable flying conditions. .
Just thought I'd let other old timers know that there's at least one more veteran of Hahn out here.

34  Date: 2005-04-17 18:49:25
Myron L. Blackwell ( mamblackwell@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I beleve it was 1953 I was in the 821 st Engineering Aviation Battalion, Company A . We were a SCARWAF unit from France on TDY to Hahn .
It was an interesting experience to be Army working with the Air Corp. My rotation came up & I came home . We ran a lot of convoys for a long time bringing in sand to extend the runway & make hardstands for , as I recall it , the F-86 planes.Theykept three of these fighter planes right beside our motor pool with heaters on them & the pilots in the ready house. Each time they changed the planes they would test the nose guns in the pit, sure made a lot of noise, & scary too.

33  Date: 2005-03-07 18:52:49
Robert Jones ( Robert.Jones.USA@worldnet.att.net / http://www.woldnert.att.net) wrote:

Memorable pictures, great work. Thanks!
50th Air Police Squadron

32  Date: 2005-02-28 23:36:13
Noel (Spatz) Lynch ( noelsheryl@comcast.net / no homepage) wrote:

Great to see the pictures of Hahn. Was there April 62 to April 65 Guidance Systems Analyst TM76A Mace Missle Launch Crew

31  Date: 2005-02-06 02:55:45
Jon Everson ( Eversondet@centurytel.net / http://www.Eversondetectiveagency.com) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn in 1974-76, with the 50Th. Security Police Sq. Looking back now. It was the best years of my life.

30  Date: 2004-11-15 02:03:02
Kent Sosebee ( kd4wpu@alltel.net / no homepage) wrote:

Stationed at Hahn from 1963-65 with the 586th MMS. Worked at Site 6 as Crew Chief. Would like to hear from Joe, Balko, Dahl, Harrod, Keeler, and others that were with the 586th, 50TFW, or 496th FIS.

29  Date: 2004-11-15 01:32:25
William Kent Sosebee ( kd4wpu@alltel.net / http://alltel.net) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn AB with the 586th MMS from 1963-1965. This website certainly brings back a lot of memories. Thanks!

28  Date: 2004-10-31 18:57:14
dan ( jack_russel0@lycos.com / no homepage) wrote:

very nice site, If you are interessted in Pictures of Wueschhiem Air station, and how it looks today Email me. Greetings from Kastellaun...

27  Date: 2004-10-14 13:59:57
Philip Wolkis ( LOUISE@MEDSCRIBEONLINE.COM / no homepage) wrote:

I was station at Hahn 1954-1956

26  Date: 2004-09-14 20:41:55
jean thompson ( royalmema1@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

bob thompson and jean , lived in housing area , bob was in 50th aps , our daughter born in bitburg , we went to toul rosieres, bob passed away 2001, i would like to hear from friends , koether,samela egglestone pete and maria, where are youall years 1954-57 enjoyed our time there , loved the wine god bless you all keep safe , jean

25  Date: 2004-08-02 03:22:54
Gary Pruitt ( pruittgm@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was asigned to the 586th Support Sq 03/61-10/62 and 50th CES 10/62 - 03/64. Was a fire fighter. Worked at Metro Tango, Sites 4,5,6 on a rotating schedule. Spent last year working on Hahn at the Crash Station. Great tour, country, and experiences. Only detractor was the weather. spent 28+ years before retiring. Now live in Las Vegas, NV.

24  Date: 2004-07-31 22:59:50
james david young ( eagleonejdy@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

just up dating to my new e-mail address. haven't heard for anyone, then it dawned on me, new e-mail ya big dummy. was at hahn from 61 to 64. still looking for anyone I served with, and my friend tom cooney. thanks folks. dave

23  Date: 2004-07-27 00:20:35
Ron Doescher ( rdoesche@rcn.com / no homepage) wrote:

At Hahn (405th TMS & 89th TMS) from '59-'63, covering both Matador & Mace launch operations.

22  Date: 2004-07-15 08:28:14
Darius H Hoffman ( JHoff53147@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

station at Hahn from Aug. 1966 to Aug 1969 crew chief on F4D aircraft. 81st TFS. Best years of my life.

21  Date: 2004-05-28 07:27:43
Steve Barry ( smb48@juno.com / no homepage) wrote:

Served 1967 - 1970 with 350th Munitions Maint. Squadron (anyon have a patch?) first in the bomb dump (many stops to the Rod & Gun club), home barracks was next door to the airman's club - ahh, the day of mini skirts and go go dancers on that stage! Was a missile guy - Sparrows, Sidewinders, Shrikes, Bullpups. Moved us out to area 9 - out the back gate up rt 327 a ways - used to be a Mace site. Was age 18 to 21; great years, winefests, etc. Went TDY to Wheelus for a month soon after Kadafi took over to tune up the missiles for the pilots to practice shooting up tow targets over the desert. Not a nice place. Couldn't wait to get back to the Hunsruck.

20  Date: 2004-05-12 19:39:35
Robert "Bucky" Buchanan ( robert_christopher_1967@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Great site. Vet of Hahn 86-89. 313thTFS. LUCKY PUPPIES RULE

19  Date: 2004-05-12 06:20:46
John DeRossett ( derossettphoto@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Hahn was my home for nearly 3 years from 1976-1978. Can't help but bring up unearthed memories of by-gone days. They were good ones though, hard working, but good ones. Feel free to send me a line if you were there between 75 and 78. I was with the 6911 Electronic Security SQ. just before they moved to the Metro Tango area. Also, been looking for a Bob Lococo. If your out there send me a message. Best to all you Hahnnites.

18  Date: 2004-04-27 22:57:44
james sporck ( JSPORCK@AOL.COM / no homepage) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn from 62 to 66 and was in the 50 FMS as an A/C Electrician. Very nice to meet up with folks from the same base. Left Hahn to Hunter AFB(now Army),then Dover AFB, then, 37th ARRS RVN Jolly Greens.Best of luck.

17  Date: 2004-04-19 15:06:10
Roger Lepper ( vrlepper@sbcglobal.net / no homepage) wrote:

Served at site V from late 1961 to July 1959 on a launch crew.

16  Date: 2004-04-14 12:28:04
Cliff Bates ( cliffandmary@earthlink.net / no homepage) wrote:

I was at Hahn AFB in the 405th Squadron on the TM76A at Site IV from 1961 to 64 as a launch crew member. I stumbled on this web page just surfing to see if anything existed of the 405th ever being at Hahn had been recorded for history. This web page was a "very pleasant surprize", besides a nice piece of work!
Besides the Hahn experience refining my taste for good beer, castle storming, and fun, the Berlin Wall and Cuban Missile bit caused me to change in how I viewed life. It could change in an instant.
When the Berlin Wall went up I woke up one morning and looked out the barracks window to find the Thunder Birds F-100's sitting out on the tarmac. I thought, "The Thunder Birds are here! Things are a lot worse than they are letting on!"
During the Cuban Missile bit, I was on shift when we got the first code word to start the launch sequence. The Launch Commander said, "My God this is it. This is it!" All four of us looked at each other in numbed shock. We started the engines, and waited for the "fire" code word. After 20 minutes of waiting with the engines idiling we got a call from Capgun to stand down.
Not until about 3 years ago did I see the rest of the world finally beginning to learn how close we had come. But "WE" knew.
All in all I learned a lot in those 3 years. And not until I retired a year ago and thought back to the beginning of my working life did I suddenly realize what an influence and shaping of the rest of my life the experience at Hahn and the USAF had played. I would never have guessed.
Your life may change in an instant, but it takes a lot of history with it. Hope it has been as good to you as it has to me.

15  Date: 2004-03-31 02:16:56
James W. Jones ( nukejones@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

i was stationed at Norvenich AB 7502 MUNSS and our home base was hahn. looking at some of your pictures looks familiar. We used the Koblenz gate too go too and from the base. Norvenich was a german air base(104s) north past Bonn and colonge.was there 1976 to 1979. Then went to plattsburgh for FB11 munitions support with SRAMs.

14  Date: 2004-03-19 18:47:32
Julian ( ZITO ) Esposito ( zito55@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

with 586th MMS at Hahn Site VI 1964-1966
Looking for everyone who worked with the Mace or Matador missile at any location, time or capacity.
If you haven't done so yet, you can find your old A.F. Buddies at: http://tacmissileers.homestead.com/MISSILEER.html

13  Date: 2004-03-17 21:02:48
Dave Jessup ( domna2@jessup.myrf.net / no homepage) wrote:

brings back memories, all good.

12  Date: 2004-03-10 12:03:47
Jim Uruburu ( uruburus@rochester.rr.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was at Hahn from 62-65 in the 50th Ap sqdn. K-9 section when 586 ss sqdn merged with the 50th. I walked around those missle sites many times. Very interesting thank you.

11  Date: 2004-02-18 00:25:56
james david young ( eagleonejdy@comcast.net / no homepage) wrote:


10  Date: 2004-02-12 19:14:55
james david young ( eagleonejdy@comcast.net / no homepage) wrote:

i was with the 2184th comm squadron from jan. 1961 to jan.1964. the three best years of my life, but i was too young and too stupid to realize it. served with a great bunch of guys. lots of good memories.talk about wanting to go back in time and doing something over, for me it would be my three years at hahn.real life does not work that way, so thanks to all the folks i served with. you helped to make that time and that place very special. god bless. hope your all doing well. dave

9  Date: 2004-02-06 19:20:50
Don Tartasky ( tartasky@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn (aka Viet-Hahn) fro 87-90. At that time the missile wing was GLCM...Nuke capable ground launched cruise missiles. The 50th consisted of 3 F-16 squadrons. Everyone was geared up for the Russian/Warsaw pact invasion. Funny how things turned out! Now the base is closed. Lots of memories.

8  Date: 2004-01-29 20:01:14
g.w. (wes) gates ( gordonwgates@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

The best years of my young life were spent and miss-
spent with "A" flight. The best munitions crew in the whole AF

7  Date: 2003-12-13 21:36:30
Jim Steadman ( jsteadman@tennessee.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was a missile guidance specialist who served as crew chief at Site V from 10/64 - 10/66 under SSgt Pyke. I remember those days fondly and wish I could hear from some of the guys who might have been there during those days.

6  Date: 2003-12-13 03:58:23
CHARLES P ANDERSON ( bennyj652@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

58250 base fabric shop 1962 - 1965
50th field maintance sq.

5  Date: 2003-12-10 05:05:57
Bill Malpass ( bmalpass@aol.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was stationed at Hahn from 1956-1959, was in the Fire Dept. Saw several F-100's go down and some of the 86-Dogs also, have pictures of same.

4  Date: 2003-11-30 18:26:55
Charles Vermillion ( cvermillion@dawneng.com / http://www2ari.net/dawncorp/) wrote:

I was in the 585th, 6th and 7th and deployed to Rhine Main and Giebelstadt (Wurzburg) as a missile controller/radar from 1957 to 1960

3  Date: 2003-11-18 21:42:48
Ken Finuf ( kfinuf@proximitysystems.com / no homepage) wrote:

I was stationed at site six from late 1961 through
late 1966. I might still be there if we hadn't shut it down. Great memories.

2  Date: 2003-11-13 23:11:42
Charlie Stone ( canam@mpinet.net / http://libarchy.blogspot.com/) wrote:

Just logging in to the new book. 586th MMS. Was maintenance crew chief at site-6. (Still want to see some pictures) Transferred from Sembach 10/63. Shipped home 12/64. Mostly lived at the Dolly Bar. Still can't get the taste of Kirner Bier out of my mouth.

1  Date: 2003-10-22 15:32:29
Gene Henderson ( res1pcnn@verizon.net / no homepage) wrote:

Was assignen to the 586th MMS at Hahn Air Base . Worked in the AGE sectio on base and at sites 4 and 5 from Dec 1962 til Dec 1966 when we were deactivated.