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22 entries were found in May_Jun_2001.



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Date: 2001-06-29 00:00:00
Name: Robert Whitaker
EmailAddress: rjw50@msn.com
Remarks: Stationed with 96th Ord Company in Herborn 1971-1972.
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Date: 2001-06-21 00:00:00
Name: Lott Lewis Shell III
EmailAddress: Defaultlls@aol.com
Remarks: I operated the target tracking radar in Denton, Texas in 1963 to 1968.
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Date: 2001-06-21 00:00:00
Name: Joseph F. Mroz
EmailAddress: ZORM__13@webtv.net
Remarks: GREAT site You have here. Thank You for creating it. Brought back MANY memories. Webmaster's Note:Joseph served in Dexheim, Germany with 5th Msl Bn 1st Arty as a Lchr. crewman, Sr. Lchr crewman with a rank of E-5 from 1965 to 2/1967.
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Date: 2001-06-19 00:00:00
Name: Richard Heniford
EmailAddress: solsurvivr@aol.com
Remarks: Outstanding pictures. Very interesting site.
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Date: 2001-06-14 00:00:00
Name: Dennis W.Welch
EmailAddress: dww0515@aol.com
Remarks: I served in the ADA from Oct 1973 to Jan 1979. Assigned to 43d US Army Artillery Detachment, (SASCOM-59th Ord Gp) from June 1974-June 1977. NATO (Belgian) NIKE HERCULES site, Duren, Germany Webmaster's Note:Dennis served at the above unit as a member of Alpha Team-Security with an MOS of 1180A, Nike Hercules Missile Unit Commander and rank of 1LT.
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Date: 2001-06-11 00:00:00
Name: BILL PRESTON
EmailAddress: BILL.PRESTON@ICPUSA.COM
Remarks: GREAT SITE. WAS STATIONED AT 69TH ORDINANCE COMPANY (PLUTO) LOCATED AT LONGARE, ITALY FROM AUGUST OF 1967 TO JULY OF 1969. MY MOS WAS 35F2N, NUCLEAR WEAPONS SPECIALIST.
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Date: 2001-06-10 00:00:00
Name: Charles E. Bayless
EmailAddress: ceb1618@aol.com
Remarks: Webmaster's Note:Charles served in Brooklyn, NY at Ft. Tilden with an MOS of 226.1 and rank of E-3 to E-5 from 3/62 to 6/63 and in Thule, Greenland with "A" Battery and MOS of 226.6 and rank of E-5 to E-6 from 6/63 to 6/64.
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Date: 2001-05-28 00:00:00
Name: chris clark
EmailAddress: cclark61@cox-internet.com
Remarks: Hello anyone remember me.I was at the wyandote riverview nike site from 56-late57. Then at Selfridge air base 28th headquaters group.My ajax site was b-battery 504th ITS been a long time ago.I would like to hear from any one serving around this area.
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Date: 2001-05-28 00:00:00
Name: James R. Wright
EmailAddress: Mechanic@uic.edu
Remarks: Hey, Where are you- Captain Wilson, Sp/6 Kanally, Nichols, Wiegle, Sp/5 Charlie Moore, Robin Comstock, Jim Romanowski (ham letters HL9TE), Beyer, and Gene Salmon, Doon Yee, Daley, LaPointe, DesRoche, Severn, Shinninger, Dirks, Herter, Ianatello, Visgillio.. Never thought I'd miss you bums At Cap Holliday in Korea. That's why I've forgotton most of your names. Remember that gorgeous Yellow Sea and wide beach? Water got unbelievably hot in the summer. Comstock, we drove deep into the country and arm-wrestled with the town bully. I Went to a play put on at Missionary Point, and was mesmerized at the sight of a young girl with long, blond hair.
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Date: 2001-05-25 00:00:00
Name: Danny R. Price
EmailAddress: buck_rogers@rocketmail.com
Remarks: Great site well organized.
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Date: 2001-05-23 00:00:00
Name: Steve Ferguson
EmailAddress: saf207@aol.com
Remarks: I was a medic at D-2-562 Arty Alaska from July 67 to Oct 69. Antbody know the whereabouts of Dave Slater the civilian microwave dude??? It was real and it was nice but it weren't real nice and I wouldn't change it for the world. Sam? Vic? Nick? Smitty? SP/4 Larry Jones? are you out there?? Webmaster's Note:Steve served at Wainright Eielson with D-2-562 Arty as a Medic with rank of E-5 from 09/67 to 10/69.
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Date: 2001-05-23 00:00:00
Name: Jason Raidbard
EmailAddress: JasonR@vhills.org
Remarks: My name is Jason Raidbard, I am the intern for the Village of Vernon Hills, Illinois and am working on an assignment to create a memorial piece on are closed down NIKE Site, the Libertyville Training Area. The site is currently being reconverted into recreational fields, but one of the magazine will be left along with a marker to serve as a reminder of those who serves in our Nation's wars. I am trying to find more historical info on our NIKE base so I can write a piece on this site. Any help is appreciated. Jason Raidbard Intern Village of Vernon Hill, Illinois JasonR@vhills.org
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Date: 2001-05-16 00:00:00
Name: Bill Stark
EmailAddress: bstark46@lycos.com
Remarks: I would like to hear from anyone I served with or anyone who wants to swap lies and war stories. Looking for pals Bill Maris (Bratenahl, OH D-3-65 ADA) and Davy Milk (Edgewood Arsenal, MD C-4-1 ADA). Never thanked you support guys, so thanks. If I could skip basic training I'd do it all over again. This was the best duty any G.I. could ask for. When I reflect back where I could have spent my obligation; those of us who ended up on these sites can count our blessings. Good people and many great times. Webmaster's Note:Bill attended the ADA School at Ft. Bliss, Texas and was trained as a 24Q20 Nike-Herc Fire Control Mechanic with rank of E-3 from Nov 69 to Sept 70. He then served at site CL-02 in Battery D, 3rd Battalion, 65th ADA, Bratenahl, Ohio in the IFC Area - MTR, TTR, TRR Maint. (MOS 24Q20 Nike-Herc Fire Control Mechanic) with rank of SP/4 from Sept 70 to Apr 71 and then at site BA-18 in Battery C, 4th Battalion, 1st ADA, Edgewood Arsensal, MD. with same MOS and rank of SP/5 from May 71 to Mar 72.
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Date: 2001-05-15 00:00:00
Name: Ronald Visconti
EmailAddress: viscontir001@hawaii.rr.com
Remarks: Stationed B-6-43, (Nike-Herc) Louisville, Nebraska, from April 1965 to June 1966 (site deactivated). Stationed F-4-44 (Nike-Herc) Korea, from July 1966 to August 1967. Our base was just outside Inchon, in the village of Moon-Hak-Dong. This was the best duty any G.I. could ask for. When I reflect back where I could have spent my obligation; those of us who ended up on these sites can count our blessings. Good people and many great times. Webmaster's Note:Ronald served at B Battery, 6th Battalion, 43 Artillery with and MOS of 62C20 and rank of SP4. While at F Battery, 4th Battalion, 44 Artillery his MOS was also 62C20 and his rank was SP5.
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Date: 2001-05-12 00:00:00
Name: David M. Karr
EmailAddress: karrdm@open.org
Remarks: It's great that some one has collected this information. Good job!
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Date: 2001-05-10 00:00:00
Name: James Pullis
EmailAddress: NikeHerc252@aol.com
Remarks: Served from 1979 to 1983 DSB 2/52 ADA Ft Bliss, TX. ETSed as a SP4 24Q Nike-Herc Fire Control Mechanic. Was there when the Army declassified the Hercules missile system in 1983. Spent last few months with Range Command, McGregor Firing/Training Range, NM.
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Date: 2001-05-08 00:00:00
Name: Randy L. Brown
EmailAddress: Browran@aol.com
Remarks: Looking for all my multi colored friends! Little Red, ya you Register! And you Drac, And even you Willie Smith! And where in the hell is Joe Duke,Emmett Gunnels,Eric Soli,Scraps, Arnie Wray,and the rest of ya? I know where Randy Brown, Billy Rollins, J.R Mears, Jesse James, and even everybody's friend Eugene "from Hardheim" are! So where are you? Webmaster's Note:Randy and his multi colored friends served in Hardheim, Germany with Charlie 3\71st ADA.
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Date: 2001-05-07 00:00:00
Name: THEODORE M. THOMPSON
EmailAddress: TEDDYT60@AOL.COM
Remarks: WAS STATIONED THERE AS A CUSTODIAL AGENT FROM 85-TIL DEACTIVATION OF THE SITE IN 88. Webmaster's Note:The place Theodore was stationed was at Bovolone, Italy in the 2/47TH USAAD with an MOS of 95B20 and rank of SGT/E5.
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Date: 2001-05-06 00:00:00
Name: Jerry Calhoun
EmailAddress: sahomes@wmonline.com
Remarks: I served with "D" team 66th in Westkirchen, Germany with an MOS of 16B20 Sp/4 E-4 from 3/64 to 9/66.
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Date: 2001-05-04 00:00:00
Name: Mark Morgan
EmailAddress: lobo76mk@aol.com
Remarks: Anyone know who did the ordnance support for the Nike battalions at Ellsworth AFB, Fairchild AFB and Hanford? I'm heading to Ellsworth next week and expect to hit the other locations later this year. Thanks. Mark Morgan, North Bend, WA co-author, Rings of Supersonic Steel former S-2 SGT, 1/213th ADA, PAArNG
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Date: 2001-05-04 00:00:00
Name: George A. Helfrich
EmailAddress: Contact Webmaster to communicate with George.
Remarks: Was member of original 198th Ord. Det. which set up operations in Van Nuys to support Artillery units around Los Angeles. We set up shop in what had previously been the operating rooms of a former veterans parplegic hospital. We reported to Fort MacArthur Ca. Webmaster's Note:George served with the 198th from 10/54 to 05/55.
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Date: 2001-05-01 00:00:00
Name: Ralph W. Liebing
EmailAddress: emerson_01@msn.com
Remarks: Was assigned to NFBU defense, 1960-1962, with 2d Arty Bn. Served as Battery Control Officer, but sent to Missile Master school prior to Battery assignment. Served as Tactical Monitor at Lockport, NY Air Force Station. Would really like to hear from others who shared that experience. Webmaster's Note:Ralph served in the Niagra Falls/Buffalo defense with the Arty Bn, Missile Master, Lockport, NY Air Force Station with MOS' of 1176 and 1180 and a rank of 1st Lt. from 1/60 to 4/62.
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