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army vet on October 27, 2008

I was stationed at Lee Barracks 1971 & 1972 Charlie company 2/509

Mushie on July 2, 2009

I was here in C 505 1961 - 1963

My nickname was Table

spearhead3 on July 4, 2009

Brings back fond memories. Stationed here from Oct. 10, 1958 - Sep. 7, 1960, with the 16th Trans. Co. Worked in personnel. My name is Dick Shaffer Will be glad to hear from anyone stationed with me during those great days.

spearhead3 on July 4, 2009

spearhead3's e-mail address is spearhead3@aol.com

indexed on July 26, 2009

I was at Lee Barracks with the 1/509th Airborne Infantry/Mechanized Bat. of the 1st Brigade, 8th Division from Feb. 1964 until Aug. 1966. My name is William Oren Holmes. Had many good friends during that tour. Please reply.

Mushie on August 19, 2009

Mushie,s e-mail address is ronbie2@gmail.com

I ran across a Paul Vallely (LT)on a veterans site. He was here also in the same time period.

lonniedavis on August 28, 2009

I was stationed at Lee Barracks with the 1/59th Artillery from Dec. 1969 to July of 1970. I was there with Craig Zecharias, Bruce Bain, Ken Anderson, Phelps, John Baker, Jim Gale, William Gross, and Keneer. Captain Robert Winger was our CO, and Captain Finlayson our medical officer.


tbinfa on September 1, 2009

I was station at Lee Barracks from 1977-1980. HHc company 2BN 28Inf 8 Division.Great memories,made a lot of good friends.

"Black Lions"


aeroflame on February 20, 2010

I was station here 1983-1985 4th 69th Armor. "Speed and Power". aeroflame@myway.com

tcrans@kyrene.org on April 21, 2010

What memories. A small part of my life I will never forget. Co C 2/509th Sep 72-Feb 75, company legal clerk, mail clerk, etc. Tom Cranson. Hey you guys, drop a line to tomerikac@aol.com. Love to hear from you

mmacg on May 18, 2011

Stationed here when it was still known as "Mangin Kaserne" 1951-53, with 42nd AIB, Combat Command B, 2nd Armored Div. We were here before Elvis! Would like to hear from any survivors. mmacg@cox.net. (Mesa, AZ).

greg789 on May 18, 2015

I was in A Co 2/509 from July 67 to Dec 67 and then on to Vietnam with the 173rd. I arrived at the 509th from Ft Campbell 1/501st. Interesting tour in Germany. The guy who picked us up in Frankfort said "Welcome to KP land" and he was right. It was one day KP, followed by guard duty, CQ, alert track driver and back again. We had 7 enlisted in my platoon and 13 NCOs. All due to the build up in Vietnam and the need for 11B1P. I regret I was not able to see Germany outside of a barracks. On the other hand I did get a wildness tour of Vietnam with beautiful mountains, waterfalls and picturesque villages. ha

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