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Entry: 96284
Subject: 545TH ORD 1984-1986

Anthony Stevens wrote on August 28, 2018


City and State: MURFREESBORO TN

Unit: 545TH ORD CO. SIGNAL

Service or Relationship:

Comments: My first duty station back in 1984, played football and worked at the Commo. Remembering SFC Legrande, Sgt Christopher Brown. Such great memories

Keywords: Signal



Entry: 96179
Subject: 545TH ORDNANCE CO 76-79

Juan Medrano wrote on August 16, 2018


City and State: SAN ANTONIO TX

Unit: 545TH ORDNANCE CO

Service or Relationship: Retired 1992

Comments: Reading all these messages sure does bring back memories, mostly all good and fun. Lots of great people. Lots of beer and drunk times. Remember I arrived after dark after someone picked me up from the airport. Remembering the driver having to yell so loud on the rotary phone confirming they were on the way back. On the way to the kaserne I was introduced to liter bottles of beer. I woke up with a hangover on a Saturday morning. All was quiet that morning. Slowly people started to wake up. First person I met was Mendez from commo, great guy and friend. Remember lots more people reading these messages, Tony and Reva, Meyreles, Cindy and Little, Lanier and Gogan, Crazy Murphy, Poor old Maj Herd. All the alerts, ration cards and the bowling ally.
Yep lots of great memories 76-79 too many to write down. Hope all that read this is doing fine.

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Entry: 94859
Subject: 545TH ORD

Linda Webb wrote on August 4, 2017


City and State: OKLAHOMA CITY OK

Unit: 545TH

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed with the 545th, June 1981- Feb 1982. I was Linda Clements then and married a cook named Robert Wells, he's now an ex. 545I started out working in the back as a 55B, then starting working in the Rec center.
I remember all the high alerts between Oct 81 and Dec 81. I have had many health issues since I left there though. I would

Keywords: 545th, Steve Sunday, Ford, Robert Wells



Entry: 93469
Subject: INTERESTED IN FINDING PHOTOS OF THE HIGH RISE IN MUENSTER

Jacqueline Dorer wrote on July 16, 2016


City and State: JACKSON MI

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Family Member

Comments: I am trying to find out if the High Rise in Muenster b Dieburg is still there ? I lived there with my husband Terry Dorer ( who is now deceased ) and I would love any info about the High Rise if anyone has anything to share?
We lived on the 8th floor(a one bedroom apt) & the 5th floor (the studio ) Sgt Eddie Buntoon lived in the 8th floor studio next to us.

Thanks

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Entry: 93308
Subject: MUENESTER 72 74

Carl Perkins wrote on June 6, 2016


City and State: COVINGTON LA

Unit: 545 ORDANCE CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I served on Muenester from Jan 72 Jan 74. What a unique experience. Johnny Hill can you still shoot the corner jump shot. How's your foos ball game. Nutter how are you are you still in touch with anyone. Adkins or Don White. I still talk with Hilgembrimk and Garrera in my occasionally. I was surprised to see what had happened to the place. If anyone has any pictures. I would like to see them. I didn't keep a single one. I hope this finds all well. I too would like to hear from anyone who served while I was there. P

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Entry: 92584
Subject: ARMY VETERAN

Robert Siers wrote on January 21, 2016


City and State: GRANTSVILLE WV

Unit: 545TH ORD. CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking for anyone that served 80 to 83 I found a few of us still looking for more of the team

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Entry: 91802
Subject: HOW CAN I FORGET THE 545TH ORDNANCE CO?

Albert (Al) Ivy wrote on August 31, 2015


City and State: GA

Unit: 545TH ORDNANCE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: 545th is where I ended my military career as an enlisted serviceman (SSG) and started my new career as a warrant officer. I remember standing in front of the Orderly room after PT. The Orderly room clerk came out and said I had a call from DA. The call was to notify me that I was fooed into the warrant officer program. I was pinned by Maj Kirby. Within a few days Zi was off to Redstone Arsenal for WOCS. After completing WOCS I was reassigned hi 535th in Siegelbach.

Keywords: M&A Team 3 Nike/ 8inch, Bob Prine, Malissa Buckmasters, Rich Borden, Rick Laster, Tyrone Dixon, Charles Kennedy, Cindy Mersereau, Nancy Donovan



Entry: 91385
Subject: 545TH 70-72

Tony Castelli wrote on June 14, 2015


City and State: CYPRESS TX

Unit: 545TH ORD CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Just surfing the web these days being retired with time to do things an came across this site. Reading some of the post brought back fond memories and of course a few dreadful ones either on duty or off. Damn we had some times back then my roomie was Jim Jackson from SC and we had many spades games in our room and smoked a lot shit back then ( of course we never inhaled ) traveling around and going to Frankfurt to party at the Zoom and Crazy Sexy lol Ludwigs where a guy named Onley kicked the crap out of a local with his size 13s the local chicks that fed off of any guy that was dumb enough to spend his money on them. Pulling guard in the back area, riding with stu hackney to Frankfurt in the back of a dusey puffing away! I could go on forever and I bet you could too. I grew up in upstate NY but I now live outside of Houston Texas thanks to this site for bring back some great memories! I'm still married to the same woman I was dating back in 69 , 40 years wow has it been that long! I beat the system, cancer and retired with a state pension. It sure would be great to hear from you guys that I spent part of my life with so drop a line it's free!

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Entry: 89556
Subject: @ 545TH TECH SUPPORT

Larry Rankin wrote on August 23, 2014

Email Update Needed



City and State: OMAHA NE

Unit: 545TH ORDINANCE CORP

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Read my good friend Fank Grassi's message sad to find he passed away before I could contact him. We were both there for the last part of 66 to 68. We were in tech support and actually had cush jobs with that MOS. My best memory at the 545th was going to the NCO club outside the gate and having a few beers every night. We also traveled around Europe a lot. Love to hear from any tech support men of that era. Thanks Larry

Keywords: Rest in peace Frank



Entry: 87689
Subject: 545TH ORD CO AMMO 1972-73

Jim Nutter wrote on November 13, 2013


City and State: THE VILLAGES FL

Unit: 545TH ORD CO AMMO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Hello my name is Jim Nutter, and no shit, there I was. As I

looked around at the quadrangle with the painted trees, and the

WWII stucco structures with the wooden shutters and tile roofs,

I wondered where in the world am I. It was August 1972, and I

had spent the last three months at Gibbs Kaserne, Frankfurt.

You guys remember Frankfurt right? With the big PX, all the

clubs, culture, entertainment, and $20-dollars-for-twenty-

minutes Crazy Sexy! And now I am in Munster.



I infooed the First Shirt that I was a good typist and would

rather have a desk job. Company Commander Cpt. Charles Q.

Cutshaw asked me if I would take over the Nuclear Human

Reliability Program. Their Surety Clerk, SP4 Tommy Overstreet

was to ETS and they needed a replacement. Tommy met me in the

EM club and bought me a drink. It was the start of a good

OJT.



The position had responsibility, some long hours, and weekly

travel to Darmstadt and Babenhausen, for local security and

medical file checks. I took and carried your finger prints,

history and findings to the S2 at the 15th Ordnance Battalion.

They would review and forward it on to the NSA. Once I received

notification of your security clearance, you were added to the

Company Security Roster. It listed those granted access to the

back area and met a requirement for you to perfoo Custodial

Agent duties. A notice of your membership in the Human

Reliability Program was placed in your medical file. The

Program required your 201 file to be moved from the general file

office and be maintained in a more secured area. 1Lt Dockery

and SFC Nimmons of the 9th MP Det., kept a keen interest in my

perfooance.



My office was on the left as you entered the HQ building. Back

then, that building was near the PX, between the inflatable gym

and the Security Barrack. I lived in the Tech Barrack, the

first room on the left as you come up the front steps to second

floor. It had a lovely view of the bowling alley. My roommate

was SP4 Richard Adkins.



As you know, there wasnt a lot to do in Munster. But on the

other hand, there was no PT, nor any drill and ceremony. I

enjoyed taking walks through the county side. I also traveled

to site see and visit other countries. But mostly in Munster,

we drank. However, I would make it to chapel service on Sunday

mornings. Compared to other Kasernes, we had the best Mess

Hall. Our cooks were outstanding. The EM Club had the best

fries I ever had. And, if you ordered a pizza with everything,

it came with a fried egg on top.



I ETS, with an early Christmas Out in Dec 1973. At that time,

the 545th Commander was Major John P. Coppens and Fist Sergeant

was Eugene Stevens. The Company Clerk was Sgt. James Appel and

his clerk was PFC Hassan Hatic. I trained my friend SP4 Reese

Steel to replace me. I learned Reese left several months later

and Sgt. Appel became his replacement. Among the buddies that

I left at Munster were: Wayne Boyce, Dennis Kern, and Joe

Garrera. I found Army life to be pretty good in that deep dark

part of Germany.



Keywords: Munster Germany, NATO SITE 111



Entry: 86504
Subject: HELLO ALL VETS

Edward (Eddie) Gillham wrote on June 12, 2013


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was with the 545th Ord Co from July 1985-June 1987, with the

Transportation Platoon. Looking for old friends that I served

with during that time. I wore a Combat Patch from the 20th Engr

Bde (CBT)(ABN). Only a couple of us had those back then.

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Entry: 84803
Subject: 545TH ORD. CO. '74-'76

Craig Huckins wrote on November 25, 2012


City and State: EUGENE OR

Unit: 15TH BN 545TH ORD. CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed there in '74-'76. I was 64C20, a truck
driver, in S and P platoon. I spent all my money on
stereo equipment , bier and good times. I wasted the
rest....

Keywords: Huck, Dan Ball (Madison? Wisconsin), Dave Brewer
(Nebraska), Tim Causen, John (Red) Calvetti, Mike
Holden (Fargo/Bismark?, North Dakota), John Knighten
(Ojai/Ventura, Cal.), (?) Lloyd (Utah), Tim McGivern
(Huntington Beach, Cal.), (?) Pollard, Jim Searcy,
Sugar Bear, Dave Sullivan, Officers and NCOs: Major
Baumgarter, Captain Sensi, Lieutenant Carey, Sergeant
Babenaux Sergeant Doyle (?), Sergeant Hightower,
Sergeant Tiejens (retired as an officer).



Entry: 84786
Subject: MESS HALL

John Hill wrote on November 23, 2012


City and State: GALT CA

Unit: 545TH ORD CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Arrived Sept 1972 and Departed Dec 1976. Worked in the
Mess Hall with Barry Wolfe. Mess Sgt Ron Hamel. Meet my
wife at Lotti's. Had a great time.

Keywords: Mess Hall



Entry: 84396
Subject: LOOKING TO REUNITE

George Seifert wrote on October 10, 2012


City and State:

Unit: 545TH ORD. 84-86

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: I was there from 84-86 as a 76p, supply. I remember that like like it
was yesterday, well, what I can remember, I remember like it was
yesterday. If you were there during that time, hit me up, I hope I
remember you!

Keywords: Ludwigs, Starlight, muenster, Dieburg, asbach uralt, beer



Entry: 83681
Subject: 545TH ORD CO. TRUCKDRIVER

Matthew Heney wrote on July 18, 2012


City and State: WAREHAM MA

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: just a shout out to all who are still kicking. i was
there from 79- 81. truckdriving fool i was. met some
real awesome people who i swore i would always stay
in contact with, but sadly never did.so now ,after 31
years later here i am, please contact me, would love
to here from you

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Entry: 83015
Subject: LOOKING FOR KEVIN FOSTER

Steve Sunday wrote on May 14, 2012


City and State: SANTA ROSA BEACH FL

Unit: 545TH ORDNANCE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed at the 545th from 1980 - 1982. Met a
lot of friends and grew up a lot while there. I miss
the Chicken and pom frits.
I am trying to locate Kevin Foster. If anyone knows
how to contact him I would greatly appreciate it.
Does anyone know what happened to Chaplin Bell?

Keywords: Steve Sunday
Kevin Foster
545th



Entry: 81830
Subject: 545TH ORD S AND I PLATOON 78 TO 81

Larry Hood wrote on January 23, 2012


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: good times with a bunch of bonehead truck drivers

Keywords: big bob britt lutman blackman lubert brunson henning



Entry: 80701
Subject: 6TH MP CO

Chris Andrews wrote on October 14, 2011


City and State:

Unit: 6TH MP CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I remember working the back area. I spent 5 years in
Muenster! Got there as a PV2 out of AIT and left as
a SGT. Being an MP in Muenster is one of my best
Army memories. I know we didn't think it would be at
the time we were all there, but now in retrospect it
was really a good assignment. Mainly because of the
people and friends made while stationed there.
Everyone became like one big family after being there
so long. There is a 6th MP Co and 545th Ord Group on
Facebook for anyone interested! Lots of members and
a lot of great pictures have been posted by members.
I think it is up to 188 members or so. check it
out! You will be glad you did!

Keywords: 6th MP Co, 3rd Platoon,



Entry: 79644
Subject: LOOKING FOR OLD FRIENDS

Reva Irvin wrote on July 16, 2011


City and State: HOUSTON TX

Unit: 545TH ORD MAINT CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: looking for friends or anyone from 77-79. there was so much fun here, I was the ammunition clerk and played on the ladies softball team.

Keywords: cathy lance, micheal elliott, michael mendoza, ollie 



Entry: 79165
Subject: 545 ORD MUENSTER DIEBURG

Kenneth Duncan wrote on June 1, 2011


City and State: MACON GE

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: KENNETH DUNCAN...I WAS STATIONED IN MUENSTER DIE BURG IN
1968-1970 WAS FIREMAN UNDER SGT NEEDHAM, WAS THERE WHEN C
O HAD A HEART ATTACK AND DIED...APPRX JAN. 197O

Keywords: SP4 KENNETH DUNCAN 



Entry: 78917
Subject: 545TH ORDNANCE CO. 72'-74'

William Leigh-Manuell wrote on May 15, 2011


City and State: WEST SAYVILLE NY

Unit: 545TH ORDNANCE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Served at the Kaserne during 1972 - 1974 in the Fire House.

Keywords: Fire House 



Entry: 78785
Subject: TOWERRAT NOV,1963- FEB,1965

Jake Gibney wrote on April 30, 2011


City and State: BATH NH

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords:  



Entry: 77909
Subject: WAS THERE IN 76 TO 80

Arthur Langlais wrote on February 19, 2011


City and State: WEST KINGSTON RI

Unit: 545TH ORD CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: HELLO TO ALL THAT WAS STATION HERE IN 76 TO 80

Keywords:



Entry: 75929
Subject: 1973-1975

Edward Brown wrote on August 26, 2010


City and State: NATCHEZ MS

Unit: 545TH ORD CO MUNSTER GERMANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: looking for friends or any one from 73-76

Keywords: Dusty



Entry: 75845
Subject: 545 OR 6 MP

Robert McMillin wrote on August 18, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: looking for all those that server with me back from 86 thru 88 - 55B's and all those others that were there rocking at ludwigs or beirgarten or hanau or darmstadt - we are in face book - do a 545 look up and you can find us

Keywords: 545, munster, out back, wasson, bowers, mayo, green



Entry: 75576
Subject: 545TH IN THE 70'S

Gary Niskanen wrote on July 25, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Was stationed at the 545th in mid 70's. Hung with a couple of guys named Darayll who I beleive were in transport.

Keywords: Chaplains Asst



Entry: 75153
Subject: MUNSTER 83-85

Darrell Dortch wrote on June 20, 2010


City and State: HOUSTON TX

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was at the base from 1983-85. If you were there most should remember me. I was supervisor of the mail room and would always call out yor box number when you came to the window. Later after getting in with Major Szeliga who lost. Later I worked in the motor pool with Sgt Lucas and Chief Warrant Office. I do not rembember his name. Two guys I remember were Joshua Calip(Houston) and Zdunkinwich. It was an isolated base and does anyone remember the mission of this base(Special Weapons).

Keywords: Sgt Lucas; Major Szeliga Sgt Top Barbara Williams



Entry: 74970
Subject: I WAS A MEMBER OF THE 545TH ORD CO.

Dean Bengel wrote on June 5, 2010


City and State: TULSA OK

Unit: 545TH ORD CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments:

Keywords: i was a member of the 545th ordanace company from Nov.
1963 until 1965. i was a platoon clerk since i was the
only person who could type.



Entry: 74808
Subject: 545TH. ORD

Ed Cebulski wrote on May 25, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was statoned at Munster from Sept 1958 too Mar 1960, worked in the motor pool as the Co. Dispatcher. Lived above the fire house. Would like to hear from someone that was there during that time.

Keywords: Ken Baker,Woody.



Entry: 74802
Subject: I WAS STATIONED HERE JUNE 1981 - FEB 1982

Linda and Mike Webb wrote on May 25, 2010


City and State: OKLAHOMA CITY OK

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I worked as an ammo specialist and in the rec center when I served here from June 1981 to Feb 1982. I was a short redhead, My name was Linda Clements at the time, until I married one of the cooks. His name was Robert Wells.

Keywords: Robert, rec center



Entry: 74670
Subject: SHEPARD

Janine Henry wrote on May 12, 2010


City and State: WILMINGTON NC

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was at there 90 until 92 I really had a great time there if I never have any more fun in my life I had enough there.

Keywords: Roundtree messhall staff sgt Baker Pines inn alcohol



Entry: 74596
Subject: PICTURES OF MUNSTER

Donald McKenna wrote on May 5, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments: does anyone have pictures of munster?
I would like to publish the on:
www.on-post.com

my new Babenhausen Kaserne website

Keywords:



Entry: 74595
Subject: PICTURES OF MUNSTER

Donald McKenna wrote on May 5, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Other

Comments:

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Entry: 74559
Subject: MUENSTER

Charles Hebert wrote on May 2, 2010


City and State: LIVINGSTON TX

Unit: 545 ORD. CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed at Muenster in the fall of 1969 through
the spring of 1971. We were infantry assigned to guard
the back area. Many memories especially the alerts and
the terrible food. Three days, three nights and we
were promised three days off but rarely got them. I
remember pulling KP even though guards were not
supposed to and then it was changed so we didn't. I
remember Mike Cowley, Harold Funk, Gutierrez, Lt.
Toner, Sgt. Rickles, and all the rest of the cast of
characters. Would appreciate hearing from anyone who
was either with the 545 or 9th MP's. I look at the
then and now pictures and can't believe my eyes. Time
does change things.

Keywords:



Entry: 74400
Subject: 545TH ORDNANCE CO. MUNSTER GERMANY

Dave Lee wrote on April 18, 2010


City and State: DASSEL MN

Unit: 545TH ORD. CO. MUNSTER NOV. '60-JAN '62

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was a security guard at Munster from Nov.'60-Jan '62.
I was married and had one son that was born at Fort Meade Maryland before I got to Germany.
My oldest daughter was born in Frankfurt, Oct of 1961.
I was a squad leader, with my squad being housed in the barracks closest to the bowling alley.

My wife and I went back for a visit in October.
Can share more information about the visit if some-one is interested.

Keywords:



Entry: 74179
Subject: 545TH ORDNANCE CO (SPECIAL WEAPONS)

Scott Fuller wrote on April 1, 2010

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Hey folks

My name is Scott Fuller and I was stationed at the 545th from Feb 82 thru
Mar 85. I was a Platoon Leader for the 1st S and I Platoon, then Operations
Officer. Have so many stories I could share and so many great folks that I
served with during those three years. What a good company of soldiers.
Made many good friends...several I have close relationships with to this
day. I have several pictures from those days on my facebook account
including and aerial picture of the NATO site taken sometime pre 82. Go
check it out (Scott Fuller from Huntsville AL). Drop me a line . As Major Kirby always stated: we were "sincerely
superior"

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Entry: 73602
Subject: 9TH MP DETACHMENT

Glenn Nystel wrote on February 17, 2010


City and State: MANCHESTER IA

Unit: 9TH MP DETACHMENT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was with the 9th MPs at the Kaserne from Dec. 75- Jul. 77. Lt. Fair was the honcho, with SFC Bradley as the "Top" and SSG. Dansby, SFC Hightower, SGT. Bill Jones, SGT. Joe Liverar, SGT. Dave Lynch as the ramrods. We controlled access in the back area, with an infantry company pulling tower duty. Some of the members were my roomy Freddy Ruffner, Bill Borum, Les Bower, "Bigtime" Jim Bergstrom, Marsh Meyer, Ed Barnes,Derrick Aniconi, Dan Pertile, Bob Bustamante, Mike Sowich, Mike Slayton, Tom White, Pat Williams, Linda "Lima Lima" Wilson. What a time we had, from fights in the club, at the Dixie bar, Ludwigs to trashing the company area after the strippers wouldn't perform, of course when someone zinged one of them in the back of the head with a quarter, I could understand that! But we went from being "stact" troops to "shorttimers". Of lot of us remained friends over the years, and are re-connecting on Face Book. Would like to hear from those who I haven't found yet...you know who you are!

Keywords: Glenn A., 9th MP



Entry: 73304
Subject: 545 ORD CO, MUENSTER, GERMAN

Sim Dunn wrote on January 26, 2010


City and State:

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was stationed with the 545 Ord company in Germany from Sept-1960 until Jan-1963 as a security guard in the "exclusion area".

I'd like to hear from anyone else who was there during this time period.

Keywords:



Entry: 73099
Subject: DOG HANDLER

Bob Lundy wrote on January 12, 2010


City and State: HOUSTON TE

Unit: 545 ORDINANCE CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was with the 545 from may 67 to june 68 was with the first group of dog handlers we were trained in Lengress Germany in the alps I was the first of the dog handlers to rotate back to the States in june of 68

Keywords: Munster Dog handler



Entry: 72221
Subject: SGT BRANHAM

Barry Branham wrote on November 6, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State: RICHMOND KY

Unit: 545TH )OD CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I ws stationed at Munster Kaserne from Nov. 1985 thru Nov. 1988 with the Transportation Platoon. I would love to hear from some of the men and women that were there at the same time. More especially I would love to hear from Greg Smith (Smitty). We parted on a sour nte and I have a strong desire to make things right. It has been so many years and recalling memories of the time spent there are becoming more distant but it would be nice to chat with any old Buddies.

Keywords:



Entry: 71635
Subject: NOV 74 TO OCT 79

Tony Meyreles wrote on September 15, 2009


City and State:

Unit: 545TH ORD CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Great times in Munster, worked in the Commo Shop from 74 to 79, and lived in the High Rise in Munster which was a party place. You had to be there... PS. just came back to Germany (GS Civ,Jun 2009) and it was sad to see the Kaserne now. But the momories are always there so was my old room. Anyone remember the Toilet Paper Bandit?

Keywords: Dixie Bar, Commo Platoon,



Entry: 70607
Subject: NANCY DONOVAN WHATS YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS

Richard (Taco) Duarte wrote on June 19, 2009


City and State:

Unit: 545 ORD CO.

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Nancy Donovan, I remember you, but you didn't provide an email

Keywords:



Entry: 70302
Subject: MUN DEOT

Jake Gibney SR. wrote on May 25, 2009


City and State: BATH NH

Unit: 545 ORD CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I got to muna the same day President Kennedy was assassinated Nov 1963 Mar 1965. I was a tower guard in the (back area)and lived in the 2rd building on the left and most of the guards were ass holes. I had a buddy named Reed and he had a 1957 chev conv. and Denise Reed who was wounded in nam in 66. The last thing i did in muna was paint the pine trees on the common white. (article 14). There was a guy who lived over the fire station but can't remember his name. Did a lot of drinking and rasing hell guess i had a good time don't remember much about it.

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Entry: 69493
Subject: 9TH MP DETACHMENT

Ed Barnes wrote on March 14, 2009

Email Update Needed



City and State:

Unit: 9TH MP DETACHMENT

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Was an MP at Muenster from 1975 to 1976, came to the unit as an E-2 and left as an E-4. Enjoyed the beer, the people and the great food. I remember: both Vern "Bigtime", and Mike.

I saw J.J. Fiel down at ROTC advance camp (Ft.Riley), in 1980 but didn't go on with the ROTC program for myself.

I also rember; Lt. Fair, Lt. Arnold, Lt. Bright, Lt. Igman, Hoover, Joe Liverar, Fred Ruffner, Peanut, Sgt. Sully Dansby, SFC Fletcher, Sgt. Jones, Sgt. David Lynch, and numerous others.

Hope you all who have served at Muenster Kaserne are doing well.

Keywords: 9th MP Detachment



Entry: 69259
Subject: BACK IN THE 50S

Cal Gruver wrote on February 24, 2009


City and State: TWO HARBORS MN

Unit: 214TH QUARTERMASTER BAKERY CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I arrived at the "Muna" in Jan 1954 and left in May '55. Supply clerk for the above company. Everday except weekends, the guys would head out to Darmstadt, where they baked all the bread for the 7th army.There was another company also stationed there. It was a salvage company, whatever that meant. Bunch of bad apples there. I came as an occupation soldier and left as an ally.The occupation officially ended during my term. I revisited the Muna three times, in 1979, 95, and 97. Each time it was different. They had pretty much removed it by the last visit.

Would sure like some pictures.

Keywords:



Entry: 69139
Subject: GREETINGS FROM MUENSTER BEI DIEBURG

Mario Beck wrote on February 15, 2009


City and State: MUENSTER BEI DIEBURG

Unit:

Service or Relationship: Interested Person

Comments: Hi Guys,

A friend of mine just found this site when he googled for "Muna" and "Muenster bei Dieburg". We're from Muenster Germany and are very interested in the "Muna Depot". Unfortunately we were to young when the US forces were based there, so we only know the stories about the depot, and there are a lot.
If you are interested in information exchange about the Muna Depot and Muenster you can write me an email. I would be very happy !

Keywords:



Entry: 68676
Subject: I WAS WITH THE 545TH IN TECH SUPPORT

Frank Grassi wrote on January 14, 2009


City and State: GROSSE POINTE WOODS MI

Unit: 545TH ORDINANCE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I served with the 545th from May 67 to June 68. I was in Tech Support.

I remember taking the back road to Dieburg. I went there for snitzel, pomfritz and German friends.

In the old WW2 bukers we had hundreds of A weapons and tower rats to guard them. There was violations of the Atomic Agency rules and investigators came from Washington. Thank God the extremists never stole any of them.

Frank

Keywords: War Was Hell at the 545th.



Entry: 67297
Subject: HEADQUARTERS PLATOON 1966-69

Tom Gacioch wrote on September 23, 2008


City and State:

Unit: 545 ORDNANCE COMPANY

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: I was assigned to the headquarters platoon and worked in operations as the SW supply clerk from Dec 1966 to July 1969. I was there when the mess hall caught fire and we had to eat out of mess kits for 6 months. I remember living in the NCO barracks outside the gate in the old radar installation site. It was convenient because the EM club was right across the parking lot. I would enjoy hearing from anyone stationed there during my time.

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Entry: 65462
Subject: BEEN THERE DONE THAT, 1977-1979

Gordon Gogan wrote on May 1, 2008


City and State: COCOA FL

Unit: 545TH ORD CO

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Anyone out there that was in the 545th from 77-79, I was motor sgt/training NCO. Served with Maj Herd, Barbara Lanier, Gus Glover

Keywords: Barbara Lanier



Entry: 64700
Subject: MUENSTER KASERNE '78-'81

Robert Keiper wrote on March 11, 2008

Email Update Needed



City and State: ALBION MI

Unit: 545TH ORDINANCE

Service or Relationship: Army Veteran

Comments: Looking to hear from Bruce Webber(Hammy), Lloyd Britt, Dean Bronson, Steve Luttman, Jim Lubert, Ray Durham. Was stationed in Germany from 78-81. Worked in the S and I platoon as a truck driver. Reading the many comments already posted brings back lots of memories. Remember partying at the bar Second Life in Langen. Drove the bus to Rein Mein on Saturdays. If you recognize my name please email me I would love to hear from you.

Keywords: Second Life, Dixie Bar, Rein Mein, S and I Platoon






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