Wildchicken Guestbook
2006 - 2008


140) Clarence Bell schrieb am 15.August 2008 um 01:20 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1974-1977


The best of times and the worst of times LOL ! I learned just how much I could endure. I really had the best times of my life there. We stuck together ! We had a mascot named Bravo, he was always getting busted for screwing with the MP's dogs ! I wonder if the Zwie Tannen is still open ?

139) eric fleming schrieb am 9.August 2008 um 02:36 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: jan 87 jul 91


charlie co 54th cobras.right across from the pizza palor

138) Earl L, Adams schrieb am 8.August 2008 um 21:48 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1971-1977


Looking for Sue and James King
HQ 54th Eng

137) David Norgard aus Oct 1990 schrieb am 23.Juli 2008 um 05:42 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: May 1993


Many great memories of the place that I once thought of as hell. Now that I look back at my time there I should of enjoyed it more. Many nights at the Zwei tanen and going to Suhl and Bad Neustadt to the Glashaus. Would like to hear from anyone who might of been stationed with the 58th CEC.

136) Ingwar schrieb am 17.Juli 2008 um 15:46 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 91-93


much beautiful time
4230 th CSG Civilian Support Group
Ammunition Depot/Guard Wildflecken

135) Dannette M. Pagel schrieb am 14.Juli 2008 um 10:04 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Dec.80- June 83


Hi, this is for any one that was in the 1/68th
I am Staff Sargent Gary Pagel's youngest Daughter.he worked
in the Mail room, Mom Sue Worked
at Red Cross, and HQ mail room.
I am hoping to connect with any of my Big Brothers
that might come here, and there
were a lot of you, Bear, Little Griff,
Big Griff, Venizuela, I still
think about all of you guys from time to
time. Mom passed away four years ago.
please if you see this and
remeber who I'm talking about, contact me

134) Preston Cifreo aus December 1970 schrieb am 11.Juli 2008 um 20:02 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: February 1972


My wife and I were in Wildflecken between 12/1970 and 02/1972. I was an Army Lieutenant in the 144th Ordnance Company, 15th Ordnance Battalion. We originally lived in Oberweisenbrun and later lived at Werberger Weg #1 in Wildflecken. Diethert and Elsa Romeis were our landlords. Looking for others who were there during the same time frame.

133) Jere Hodges aus Tennessee schrieb am 7.Juli 2008 um 07:43 Uhr:


http://mywitnesstohistory.In Wildflecken from - until: Aug 1984-Dec 1986


108th MI Bn (8th ID) - Point on the Tip of the Spear (or as we referred to it off-duty: First to get the Shaft!)

132) Grant Miller aus 1984 to 1986 schrieb am 5.Juli 2008 um 15:39 Uhr:




D Co 54th Engineers

Seems like yesterday !

131) Harry schrieb am 29.Juni 2008 um 17:59 Uhr:



For all of you that were stationed in Wildflecken, WTA, I posted some Panorama Pictures on my Website. This might help you to remember. http//

130) Rodney Farrer schrieb am 26.Juni 2008 um 19:58 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1987-1989


It is amazing how Wildflecken leaves
such an impression on you.
You can never

129) Susanne aus Oberbach schrieb am 24.Juni 2008 um 08:56 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1966 till 1992


Want to reunite with people I worked with and met in the NCO Club. Would love to hear from anybod that I met during 1988-1992.

128) Carl Davis schrieb am 13.Juni 2008 um 02:44 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 8/69-to3/71


Commo Chief "C" Co, 54th Engr. Loved the place. Travaled to Amsterdam,Stutgart and Augsburg. Seen Led Zepplin Live in Frankfurt. Hope everyone I partied with is still alive and well. does anyone know Terry Balzly,John Cowdry,David Johnson a Mc Curly from Carolina??? How about a Chareles Richy from Or?

127) Wayne Carlson aus USA schrieb am 9.Juni 2008 um 20:02 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 83-84


HHC 108th MI

126) Larry Zanotti schrieb am 5.Juni 2008 um 03:35 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1968-1970


Was assigned to Company C 54th Combat Engr. Came in as an E2 and left as an E4. While there I took advantage of being in Europe and did alot of traveling.
I do remember the winters and field trips in the winter. Of course the big event was building the float bridge I think across the Rhine. Remember being on alert when
Russia went into Prague. Tasted Schnapps for the first time and still have a taste today. I guess I was lucky being assigned there. Better than Nam.

125) Howard Peterson schrieb am 21.Mai 2008 um 05:29 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1967-1969


I was in HHC 54th Engr. Bat.
I have good thoughts of Wildflecken, and the people there.
I wish that I would have could remember more of my time there, I had just came from Nam and my head was really screwed backwards.
Please let me say I am sorry to anyone I may have hurt. I do have a son in Wildflecken, he is 40 years old now.
Screwed that up to.

124) natascha schrieb am 20.Mai 2008 um 10:47 Uhr:




hallo angie mc dade hoffe dir gehts gut ich war früher viel bei dir als kind mit meiner mutter mein name ist natascha vielleicht kennst mich noch lg natascha

123) Ronald D Butcher schrieb am 14.Mai 2008 um 06:23 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1975 to 1978


Some good old times

122) David Phillips aus Jan 1984 schrieb am 13.Mai 2008 um 03:26 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Jul 1985


Wish I would of appreciated
it when I was there.Had the
easiest job,almost did nothing.
Remember alot of names.Grisby
and Gamble who kept me there.Whitney
McIver Robinson Karns of course
Avery reed scvhivao so many more

121) Daniel Hollingsworth aus Hartsburg, Missouri schrieb am 7.Mai 2008 um 06:49 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 334th Ord. Co. Mar. 85 - Aug. 86


I enjoyed my duty at Wildflecken most of the time. Getting there as an E-2 and Having most of your unit out on deployment and getting stuck on guard duty at first seemed dismal. But after my fellow soldiers arrived back at the barracks and I got to know them. I made some of the best friends I had ever made in the Army. At first I was a "barracks rat" and didn't leave the post for several months, then had the realization, DUH. There is alot to see plus my brother was stationed in Heidelburg. Made 2 trips there to see him and his wife. The downtown area was awesome, as was the local food. Of course who can forget the numerous trips to the Kreutzburg Monastary...WOW. Even though I was in the commo section of our company, I was friends with everyone from the Motor Pool to the Hawk Tac Site. Once my brother,and a high school friend of ours from Mo.,(all of us in the Army), and a few more friends piled into a small german car of one of my barracks buddies and drove to the monastary. Let me tell you the drive back was pretty hectic, barely had room to shift the car and in the middle of a typical Wildflecken winter...Too Damn Funny!!!
I am busy trying to track down old friends from my duty time here. I wish the Army had kept better track of where the units were moved to and of the unit pictures. It would make it so much more simplier. As someone once said about Wildflecken...Either you loved it or you hated it. I would choose the former. And now I have to schedule a tour to come on post since it was handed back to the German Military back in 1994. But alas, nothing lasts forever. If any of my old bud's ever want to contact me please do.
I am doing my best to find you.

120) Joe aus North Carolina schrieb am 22.April 2008 um 20:06 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1964-1967


I'm glad to see this great site still up and running. I signed the guestbook way back in 1998, but have stopped by to visit here many times since.
I was in B-6-562nd from late 1964 til mid 1967. I started working in the Motor Pool with Sgt. Burt, Sp. VanHoorwedge(sp?) and Moose Karas and Ronald Lewis. Moose introduced me Nana Mouskori music, still one of my favorites.
Later I worked the Supply Room with Sgt. Bolongue(sp?) and Murray, Dillon and Lewandowski. I remember Johnsey in the Orderly Room, and before him, "Beach", 1st Sgts Schmidt and MacCauly, Capt Billie R. Garrett, and Capt Burgin, Lt. Chenoux(sp?) and Lt. Quinlin, A.J. Tripodi in Commo, Lots of other names and faces keep coming back to me as I write this. Although trouble had a way of finding while I was there, all of my memories are good ones. It is hard to believe that was all over 40 years ago.
May all who stop by here be well, happy and peaceful.

119) Taugenichts schrieb am 20.April 2008 um 06:15 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 11.4.-18.4.08. / 1.8.-31.9.08


Scheissekalt und zugig da oben. aber wunderbar schöner ort.
Trotzdem gilt: Lieber nen ***** voller Zecken als ne Woche Wildflecken^^

118) dieter aus fulda schrieb am 18.April 2008 um 13:23 Uhr:




schade das die us army aus wildflecken weg ist.
die amerikaner sind und bleiben die besten

117) Vicki Byrd schrieb am 15.April 2008 um 10:42 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: mid 80's


Served with 108th MI Bn
We used to shovel out the motor pool instead of doing PT!
Partied at Jerry's Keller bar and at the Kruezburg. looking for Daniel Farris, Crowfoot, or anyone that was with 108th HQ

116) Donald Custer aus Sept 1981-Sept 1984 schrieb am 14.April 2008 um 02:37 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: B,btry 1st Bn 1st Ada


Had a great 3yrs while at Wildflecken
I still think of the times while station there.

115) Gene Crocker aus 1971 -1972 schrieb am 1.April 2008 um 22:55 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: B Btry 1/1 ADA


Best time of my life!

114) gary d mathena schrieb am 26.März 2008 um 00:19 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: b company/hhc 2/6 Inf Berlin Brigade


Guten Tag,
Hello from America, i have been to Wildflecken more than 5 times in 1980-1901. I have a lot of great memories from my time there, and some that will stay with me for a long time. I miss Germany very much, i enjoyed the people and the scenery, loved the food, and the companionship(female). bye for now.

113) Uwe aus Neustadt a. Rbge. schrieb am 23.März 2008 um 15:16 Uhr:


Hallo an alle aktiven und ehemalige,

ich habe mich bei y-treff, der Kameraden-Suchmaschine, eingetragen. Mir gefällt die Idee, und ich will Euch auch dafür begeistern, mitzumachen.

Tragt Euch doch auch einfach unter dem weiter unten aufgeführten Link ein, und finde heraus, wer darauf wartet, Dich wieder zutreffen. Und dann: Empfehle y-treff ganz vielen Deiner Bekannten ebenfalls weiter!

Viele Grüsse

112) David J. Bartoo aus Beavercreek, OH schrieb am 19.März 2008 um 15:39 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 87-89


I was the LT in charge of the finance detachment from about 87 to 89.
Departed Germany from Wildflecken at the end of my tour and returned to the states for the Officer Advanced Course.
After several more tours I left active duty in 95 and joined the reserves.
Still in the Army Reserve and have returned to Germany several times but was not able to return to the Chicken.

111) Darren Nickerson aus New Mexico schrieb am 19.März 2008 um 15:00 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1987-1989


23rd Med Det

110) Utah Rogers schrieb am 1.März 2008 um 04:26 Uhr:




Stationed in A-Burg 1958-1959 Spent time in Graf. Go back to Aburg every year for a visit

109) Marvin Boston schrieb am 19.Februar 2008 um 00:26 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Early 79 To Dec 81


Was in DSP 1st/1st HHQ.

108) HG d.R. David Petrick schrieb am 18.Februar 2008 um 12:08 Uhr:


http://djfettbemme.deIn Wildflecken from - until: 2005 - 2007


Ich möchte mal ganz Herzlich die UHG/OHG und natürlich das S1 grüßen vorallen Hauptmann Hempler.Es war eine sehr schöne Zeit bei euch.Wildflecken ist einer der schönsten Kasernen

107) Matthias Schmid aus 30.06.98 schrieb am 7.Februar 2008 um 19:31 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 01.09.97


Habe meinen Wehrdienst in der 4./355 abgeleistet.
Es war eine tolle Zeit in der Rhön.
Viele Grüße an alle ehemaligen Kamerdaen von der 4.Batterie und an meinen damaligen Zugführer OFR/Lt. Marufke,SU Lohse,FW Schmitt, OG Füller , OG Zimmer , HG Haas , HFw Voll, HFw Schug sowie Hptm. Leubecher und Hptm Forster.

106) Metts aus 1989 schrieb am 1.Februar 2008 um 03:34 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1986


Hard Rock Night at the NCO club was the shit

105) Steve Nichols aus Austin, Texas Area schrieb am 28.Januar 2008 um 00:41 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1983 - 1986


I was assigned to the U.S. Army Trial Defense Service Office, Fulda Branch Office as a SP5 (later SGT) Legal Specialist/NCO.

The USATDS Fulda Branch Office provided military defense representation and services to the soldiers of the 11th ACR to include those stated in Wildflicken.

I made many trips to Wildflicken Training Area. It was one of the best kept secrets of the Army as far as a duty station went.

My daughter was born in Fulda, Germany. My wife and I have fond memories of our time in Fulda and Germany.

May God bless all former members of the Border Legion!
Allons troopers!

--- Steve Nichols, Round Rock, Texas, Jan. 27, 2008

104) ferrill schrieb am 26.Januar 2008 um 05:39 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1970-1972


23rd engr bn hanau fta

103) Gary Hall aus Virginia schrieb am 25.Januar 2008 um 15:55 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1978 - 1980


I made the "In-Theater PCS" with 1/68 Armor from baumholder to Wildflecken in 1978. I was in CSC 1.68, in the GSR Section. I'll never forget the awesome bier at the Monastery.

102) sam blaney aus 1990 schrieb am 20.Januar 2008 um 05:54 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1986



101) Sam Blaney schrieb am 20.Januar 2008 um 05:53 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1986



100) Susan Smithers schrieb am 15.Januar 2008 um 23:01 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Aug 1987 to July 1989


I was with my now ex-husband Craig Smithers. Had alot of fun and would love to hear from some of you. I worked at the video shop down in wildflecken and also at Fortune insurance as well. I remember the beer there, could never get anything like it here in the states. I would love to hear from anyone that remembers the good ol days in Wildflecken. Please email me, would love to hear from you and talk about the good times. Take care and hope to hear from you soon.

99) David Waters aus 1964 schrieb am 14.Januar 2008 um 18:24 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1961


I arrived in Wildflecken during opperation "Round out".a member of the "54" engineers company "A". I have many good memories of the time I spent there and would like to talk to others who spent time there. email:

98) Dennis Odlum schrieb am 5.Januar 2008 um 04:13 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: B 2/15 1972-1975


B 2/15 and then Post Headquarters for the three years. Will answer anyone wishing to swap stories, beer or jaegermeister

97) Corinna Haggerty aus Ohio schrieb am 28.Dezember 2007 um 23:15 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Born there until 1995


Wishing everyone that still rembers us a Happy New Year. Anybody from the 356st Mp Company between 1992 - 1995 give us a haller.

96) John Hutchcraft aus Mt Vernon, IL schrieb am 19.Dezember 2007 um 01:31 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1970-73


Was a military dependent there in 1970-73. My dad was in B co. 54th Engineer BN. Anybody there between 1970-73 would love to here from you.

95) Ben Shouse schrieb am 12.Dezember 2007 um 02:14 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1993


Was there for training with the 6/502nd Inf from the Berlin Brigade. I loved the place and miss it.

94) b schrieb am 2.Dezember 2007 um 20:39 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: for ever


Iam looking for Gary Covell and Steven Schoultz I would like to get in touch with Them Thank you

93) Gene Crocker aus 1971 -1972 schrieb am 25.November 2007 um 22:50 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: B Btry. 1/1 ADA


Best time of my life although I didn't realize it then.

92) Arthur C.Bonevich aus 1958 schrieb am 7.November 2007 um 20:02 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1960


Hqs 3rd ARB,50th Inf
Scout Platoon
'Seven Steps To Hell'
Thank you for the memories.

91) Monty & Heidi Balongue aus Florida USA schrieb am 7.November 2007 um 14:01 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1962-67 69-70


Some of the best times I've had in my life. I made great German friends and will get back of see them one of these days.


90) Donald Sara Allen aus Sept 1967 schrieb am 4.November 2007 um 18:03 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: June 1969


sorry about theslipup on last siging.

89) Donald , And Sara Allen aus June69 schrieb am 4.November 2007 um 18:01 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Sept 1967-


beautiful pictures. We don,t have very good menories of Wildflecken

88) Ronald (Ronny) Schmid schrieb am 1.November 2007 um 12:24 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1981 -1994 1995 bis jetzt


Hallo, ich melde mich mal wieder. Den letzten Eintag im
Guestbook hatte ich im Jahre 2002. Einige ehemalige haben
sich derzeit Eingetragen. Auch ich bin seit Anfang 2005 nicht
mehr im Straßenbau bei der Bundeswehr tätig, sondern als Hausmeister
beim BwDLZ Wildflecken. Mache jetzt das wieder was ich bei den
Amerikanern gemacht habe. Alle Ehemaligen US Angestellten: Meldet
Euch mal.
Bis demnächst!!!!!

87) Beate schrieb am 28.Oktober 2007 um 17:40 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 79-94


I still live here,I would like to hear from old friends.pleas kontakt me

86) Neil Sweeney aus USA schrieb am 19.Oktober 2007 um 15:53 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1990-1991


I was an army brat, my dad was a combat engineer. I lived just inside the front gate on State Strasse. Used to defiantly walk up the Helmut Patzke trail as a 13 year old boy, an area which was prohibited(reputedly due to many active landmines still in the area.) There were ruins of old buildings there, plus underground tunnels that were called by the locals "the Polish Bakeries"
You could follow the Helmut Patzke trail up to Helmut Patzke Strasse. Walking up the hill, to one's left was a deep ravine seperating the trail from the main cobblestone road. I remember in 1990(if memory serves) there were snow flurries in July! I remember much about this post, many fond memories. I went to highschool for one year in Fulda - 45 minutes bus ride away. What a pleasure to revisit these old memories as I turn 30 this year and since have completed a tour as a US service member myself!

85) gerald russell schrieb am 10.Oktober 2007 um 19:53 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: june 70 to july 71


hq det wta 7 atc usareur

84) Jose A Ortiz schrieb am 8.Oktober 2007 um 20:25 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1974 to 1976


D co, 54 engineers..
arrive there late 1974 to June 1976

83) frank kitta schrieb am 7.Oktober 2007 um 08:02 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: a co. 54th eng bn


served there from 1984 to 1986, will never forget it and the times i had there, often think back of it. would like to visit back sometime in the future.

82) mc dade angela schrieb am 25.September 2007 um 12:32 Uhr:




its me again
and i remember the lastname from my daddy
so his name is
joseph barksdale
from north carolina
so please can me help somebody to find him?

81) mc dade angela schrieb am 25.September 2007 um 11:38 Uhr:




i am looking for my daddy.
best dressed soldier in town from 1977 until 1979.
my mama is gisela mc dade.
she was working in the messhall.
can anybody help me please? his name was joseph E6 and he comes
from north carolina born i guess in the year 1949
thank´s allot angie

80) Chris Furney aus yahoo schrieb am 22.September 2007 um 05:49 Uhr: Wildflecken from - until: 1976-1979


Thought I'd see if Chickenflicken still exists... Somehow I'm still not completely certain that it ever did exist, hahahaha... I still like dark beer but haven't found any as good as Kreuzberg, ever. The First of the Worst "rules"

79) Adam aus Washington, DC schrieb am 14.September 2007 um 21:46 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1987-90


Wildflecken and the 564th MP Co, 3rd platoon. Just a platoon of 25 guys on a huge post. Patroling on/off post clubs and bars, "Green Goose", "Zwei Tannen" and the dance club "Cintal" in Bad Bruckeneau. Responding to Little Manhattan housing area for domestics, responding to the autobahn for accidents, Going to the Kruezberg to bring soldiers there and pick them up to make sure they get back safe!!! Working with the Polizie, New Years Eve 1989 riot in OberWeissenbrunn with Barnes, Driving around range road without getting killed. "That was the biggest rabbit I'd ever seen!" Driving around the border with Lograsso and Wilson inside the 1K zone!! Spending all of my $$ at the sight and sound for the biggest speakers money can buy, is that elementary school really haunted? Cutting our Christmas tree down with Lograsso on range road. And of course the bad; SFC Monroe suicide, Strickland shooting in Gershfeld, fatal accidents range road. Germany was great and being assigned to Wildflecken just made my tour there great. Dropping mortars with the Brits & Canadians. I will never forget the beer at the Kreuzberg!! I can go on and on!!!!

78) John Bannister schrieb am 14.September 2007 um 04:29 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: A Btry 1/1 ADA


I was there from Oct 1983 to Sep 1985,
I remember the snow and the Fog bu the hill coming up from themain gate wa one hell of a walk at 11pm at night.
I have great memories of the fleckin.


77) SEON TROTMAN aus july 1991 schrieb am 8.September 2007 um 00:27 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: july 1993


I will always remember my time there

76) Joe Delaney schrieb am 7.September 2007 um 19:52 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Jan. '88 - Jan. '92


I was assigned to the PMO for my four years at Wildflecken. I remember my stay there to be some of the best years of my life. Would love to hear from you if you were there during the same time.

75) Edmonds schrieb am 3.September 2007 um 17:31 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1989-1994


A great place that is missed, I still hold this as a treasured place.

74) Ron Lipscomb aus A Co., 108th M.I. Bn. schrieb am 1.September 2007 um 08:02 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1991


I've seen some names in the old guestbooks..... would love to touch base with anyone who knew me in wildflecken or dexheim.....or fort meade.

73) Kai schrieb am 23.August 2007 um 14:55 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 2007....


Ist da eigentlich auch was außer tote Hose? Ich meine was macht man hier den ganzen tag wenn man da stationiert ist. Ich muss da demnä
chst hin. Und wenn ich mir das so ansehe sieht das nach Langeweile pur aus. Ich wäre also für jden Tip dankbar.

72) Jeff aus 88 schrieb am 20.August 2007 um 17:29 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 88-91


I loved Wildflecken. Served in 1-68 Armor, Company B. 1st Platoon. How I miss the Cold War. Wildflecken was the last of my 3 tours in Germany. One thing that sticks in my mind. There was a tank, I think a Sherman, that used to sit on the hill next to our Mess Hall. One day myself and a friend were coming out of the messhall when the tank started rolling, slowly and rolled right down the hill, jumped off the ledge and went through the wall of one of the barrakc. 10 minutes earlier there was a formation right where the tank landed. I lived in Oberbach. Surrounded by mountains. Loved the snow through most of the winter (ANd part of the Spring and Fall for that matter). No TV until we finally had the ability to get Eurosat. Loved running up and down the cobblestone street from top of the hill to the front gate and back for PT (NOT!). Anyone remember what the name of the ruins was on Wildflecken?

71) Todd A. Sylla aus October 1978 schrieb am 14.August 2007 um 07:40 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Sept. 1981


Just found this website, and wow, did the memories come back.

70) christopher mccall aus 1986 schrieb am 13.August 2007 um 07:33 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1988


Loved the Green Goose

69) (SNOOP) Lloyd T. Allen III aus Detroit, MI schrieb am 10.August 2007 um 03:10 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1986 - 1989


3/52 ADA home of the players hello and much love to you all

68) paul dickerson schrieb am 19.Juli 2007 um 07:28 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1983/1985


any one from hhc 54th engr. bn, heavy junk contact paul

67) Roger Hammers aus 1973 schrieb am 10.Juli 2007 um 03:30 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1972


Had some interesting experiences during my two FTX visits there.
Was stationed with the 881st LEM/Maintenance Co. in Hanau/Grossauheim.
Thanks for providing this site.

66) Terry schrieb am 10.Juli 2007 um 02:58 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Mid 80'2


Used to come to the area visiting our 8th ID GDP go to war sites.
I remember the cold showers at the visiting troop showers.
But the local troops took pity and let us use their heated showers!!!

65) Holger Kahl schrieb am 9.Juli 2007 um 11:26 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1992-1993


Hallo, suche ehemalige Kameraden die
wie ich von 10/92 bis 10/93 in Oberwildflecken
Grundwehrdienst abgeleistet haben, insbesondere die
Kollegen von 1./355 Panzerartillerie / Transportzug.

Gruß, Holger

64) paul dickerson aus florida schrieb am 5.Juli 2007 um 11:26 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: nov/1983-1985


i loved the place.

63) Donald W.Allen aus June 1967-6-69 schrieb am 21.Juni 2007 um 01:33 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 54th eng


A very long two years over there.
Was not a enjoyable experiance

62) Carl Fields aus 1989 schrieb am 17.Juni 2007 um 06:11 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1991


I was stationed at this "rock" for a little over 2 years. I really enjoyed my time there and I plan on visiting it again soon. I was with the 108th MI BN.

61) Kenneth Miller schrieb am 15.Juni 2007 um 17:05 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1987-1989


C co. 54th

60) Ricky Pataska schrieb am 12.Juni 2007 um 21:40 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1989-1992


It is really cool to see this sight.

59) Michael Frailey schrieb am 10.Juni 2007 um 21:04 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Feb 1977-May 1978


The 54th was at Reforger in 1977 when I arrived, I was assigned to PAC as a 71L, and 71M SMOS. I served as a Chaplain Assistant until I ETS and attended Centeral Bible School. Today, I serve in Heidelberg 30 Years later as the USAG Heidelberg Chaplain Resource Manager. It was those of the 54th who gave me the desire to serve God and the Soldiers and Families of those who serve Him.

58) Bob Rhine aus D Co, 54th Engineers schrieb am 5.Juni 2007 um 23:45 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1987-1988


Wildflecken was the most beautiful place I have ever lived. My Wife and I enjoyed every minute there both on the Kaserne and with our German friends in the Rhoen. You have a wonderful website.

57) Sp/4 Thomas, W. schrieb am 4.Juni 2007 um 09:23 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 144 Ord. Co. 1982-84


Please contact me if you or a faimly member were stationed here!

56) OG Grimm schrieb am 3.Juni 2007 um 00:49 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 2005


Ich hasse dieses *****lochdorf...HFw Anschütz und HFw Sonstwas never forget aber Wildflecken war das hässlichste Dorf das ich jemals erleben durfte...und ich habe fuckin genug OGs die mir zustimmen.

55) Hummler Peter schrieb am 15.Mai 2007 um 12:49 Uhr:




war von 1978 bis 1981 beim 3.PzBtl 304 in Münsingen, nach der Auflösung ging ich zur Luftwaffensicherungstruppe als Ausbilder und war bis 1990 als ZgFhr im Dienst. Heute noch erinnere ich mich gerne an meine Heereszeit bei der Panzertruppe und freue mich das ich insgesamt 12 Jahre bei der "alten Bundeswehr" dienen durfte Wildflecken habe selber nicht erlebt, war aber in MUnster , Bergen Hohne , Sennelager , Hohenfels, Grafenwöhr, Shilo Canada, Lager Heuberg in Stetten a.K.M. und natürlich auf dem ehemaligen Truppenübungsplatz Münsingen


P. Hummler

54) Dr.Gore aus Deutschland - Hessen schrieb am 10.Mai 2007 um 18:20 Uhr:




Geile Seite,interessiert mich sehr das thema. Bitte alle die bilder von alten manövern haben oder videos,bitte bei mir melden,besonders us armee manöver der 80 und 90er jahre aber auch alles andere. Könenn dann tauschen Liebe Grüße an alle / best greetings to all

53) Peter Hoß schrieb am 10.Mai 2007 um 17:26 Uhr:




Hallo Ihr Kameraden!
Glückwunsch zu Eurer gut gemachten Webseite!
Für Kameraden und interessierte der frühen Bw habe ich eine aktuelle Information. Der Militärbuchverlag Drost MBV bringt ein Spezialmagazin für Freunde der frühen Bundeswehr auf den Markt, es heisst -gelboliv- . Das Heft 1 wird Pfingsten im Panzermuseum in Munster vorgestellt werden. Hier ist der Link zum Verlag:
Mit kameradschaftlichen Grüßen, Peter Hoß, OTL a.D. Kassel

52) OGaD Schmidt schrieb am 23.April 2007 um 15:06 Uhr:




never ever again^^

oct05-jan06 3./405 PzArtBtl RiP

51) Michael Price aus Feb 1990 schrieb am 16.April 2007 um 13:57 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: July 1993


Wife and I live on Fuseleite Stasse

50) Roger Oslizly aus 73-77 schrieb am 5.April 2007 um 16:36 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 2/15 INF


My wife Barbara was the post libraian from 71-77 and 78-94
my daughter Karen attended school until we left in 94

49) Roy M. Metzger schrieb am 29.März 2007 um 16:33 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Never Made it From Strassburg


I was on a mission with Sgt. Johns at Wildchicken when we returned we were informed that the unit would be moving to wieldflicken (wildchicken).
I hope all of my old pals have aged well. Hello to all 108MI folks Strassburg (Idar Oberstein)
Good Luck, Pride is deep and will never leave.

48) Clements aus D co. 54th engr. schrieb am 28.März 2007 um 01:42 Uhr: Wildflecken from - until: 87-89


Well it's been over twenty years now. Hope that all are doing well.


47) peter gundelach aus birth schrieb am 4.März 2007 um 18:46 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: until 1981


anybody remembers the laundry man, give me a mail and i will love to get in touch with all of you.
i just knew so many G I's that i dont remember all the names.

46) John Johnson aus March 1991 schrieb am 28.Februar 2007 um 03:27 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: October 1991


I was part of the 108th MI BN, 8th Infantry Div. It seems strange to miss a place that didn't seem too nice. Once I learned the history, years later, I would love to go back and see it all again.

45) Randy Mizell schrieb am 16.Februar 2007 um 02:08 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Nov 82 - June 86


The best place in the WORLD.
will always love the place.
Was in Range Control, Programed
Range9 in the beginning

44) GONZALO FUENTES aus GONZERFONTS@YAHOO.COM schrieb am 11.Februar 2007 um 13:50 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 6/19/88 - 5/5/91


I remember the place very well.Would like to contact any one from D co 54 engr bn.Looking for my friends Wilburn, Flumster and his wife Suzanne.Can't forget the beer, although now I don't drink.There was alot of good times and alot of time in the field.So many good friends, too many to name.

43) Adam Stein schrieb am 8.Februar 2007 um 17:15 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Dec 87 - Mar 90


Assigned 564th MP Co and I lived in Langenleiten. Looking for guys assigned to the 564th for a reunion in 2008. Contact me.
I been back a few times since 1990, sure miss the place and the great guys I was stationed with.

42) Mark Hutchinson schrieb am 17.Januar 2007 um 22:08 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1986-1988


I would love to hear from anyone who remembers me. 144th Ord.

41) Marilyn Rossignol aus California schrieb am 6.Januar 2007 um 01:01 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 84 to 88


Remember the Gen Jock ROZ.


40) scott hill aus 1971-1973 schrieb am 5.Januar 2007 um 01:22 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until:


Scott hill

40b) Anzeige / Angebote schrieb am 30.August 2008:




39) Mike Wine aus 1973 schrieb am 24.Dezember 2006 um 02:06 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1974


was in HQ DET.7thATC Never had to go out in the field but to qualify once a year. Sure felt bad for all the troops that did as the weather wasn't the best there.I ran the post PDO yard out past the PX and Supply warehouse. Made a lot of friends and saw a lot of country. I also ran the projectors at the post theater.Would love to get back to Germany to visit but probly will never get to. Thank god for the internet...!

38) Corinna Haggerty schrieb am 18.Dezember 2006 um 23:22 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Birth - 1995


Just wanted to say hi and Merry X-mas and a happy new year to everybody , that still remembers me.
My Brother used to own "Jerry's Keller Bar"

Corinna ( Kirchner)

37) WTA WEBMASTER schrieb am 16.Dezember 2006 um 10:23 Uhr:





36) Dutch McAllister schrieb am 5.Dezember 2006 um 20:31 Uhr:


http://wolfhoundcountry.comIn Wildflecken from - until: Jan 1962-April 1962


Wonderful winter training area, and who could ever forget the beer in the monastery?
Gluck Auf!

35) HE Heissler aus Würzburg schrieb am 1.Dezember 2006 um 20:49 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1977-78


I've been in Wildflecken for compulsory military service (3 PzAufklBat 12), saying a big waste of time. Despite this resumé, I had a good time together with some American soldiers from 5-7 CAV. Hopefully, they will read this and recall.

34) Pat aus August 1988-October 1990 schrieb am 26.November 2006 um 01:56 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: HHC 1/68th Armor


Was with BN Maint 1/68th Recovery section realy enjoyed my time there. The beer at the monistary was 2nd to none. I can't believe that there is no U.S military there anymore

33) Ken Coveney aus August 1967 schrieb am 25.November 2006 um 22:26 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: April 1969


Was with the 54th Engr Bn. Great people; great time. Beautiful little town and vicinity, but unfriendly weather usually. Took my wife to Germany In Sept 2006 but could not get on base. Went to the Kreuzberg for lunch and beer instead!

32) John Wesley Wilson schrieb am 23.November 2006 um 07:53 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1988-1991


I was assigned to D Co (LRSU), 108th
MI Bn, 8th ID. My nickname was
Stretch. I was in a Como base station
but went out on a team occassionally.

31) Ronald Bishop schrieb am 8.November 2006 um 03:52 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1961 thru 1962


I was in the 3779th Long Range Recon Patrol- Abn.

At least twice a week we would do our morning run down and out the front gate
then around to the back gate back up the hill.We sweat a lot of that Great German beer
out of our system, smellin bad! Loved every minute, made a lot German friends, and I suppose a few enemies?
Geat site you have here, I'll pass it on.

30) Marcel aus Germany schrieb am 1.November 2006 um 22:32 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 10.09. - 25.09.06


Jo hallo leute bin bei den Pionieren ! War in WIldflecken geile gegend da !

29) Karl Rezbach aus Buch schrieb am 29.Oktober 2006 um 23:22 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1981-1987


gruss aus dem busch!!!

28) Scheidt aus Füssen schrieb am 13.Oktober 2006 um 22:51 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 27.9.06-28.2.07


Wildflecken ist geil!!!!

27) Adam schrieb am 28.September 2006 um 09:11 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1988-90


564th MPCo, Had a great time with great people in a wonderful country. Thank you Germany! I have been back to WFL twice got on post both times the post commander helped me out. I lived in Langenleiten in an apartment. Had a lot of great friends and stationed with great some guys, Lograsso, Hakama, Wright, Barnes, Olsen, Wilson, Perez, Rice, Clayton, Lawson & Arington. Hope you are all well. God Speed.

26) Len Grzesiak schrieb am 19.September 2006 um 07:56 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 78-79


I was in the 1st. squad, 536 MP Company. Anyone out their that can still recall our youthfull days serving our country? Contact me if you can. I would like to exchange photos of our GREAT MP company!
Len Grzesiak

25) hans joachim frank schrieb am 17.September 2006 um 10:12 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 01.10.1964 - 30.05.1967


während der angegebenen zeit war ich angehöriger der ausbkp 9/12. zuerst im alten(trlager),dann umzug in die damals nagelneue kaserne in oberwildflecken.vielleicht finde ich auf diesem wege jemanden aus diesen schönen tagen.wenn ja, bitte melden !

24) Heinz schrieb am 15.September 2006 um 08:25 Uhr:




Test entry by the webmaster

23) Heinz Leitsch aus WFL Germany schrieb am 6.September 2006 um 13:05 Uhr:


http://www.bordertours.comIn Wildflecken from - until: 1987-today


Since so many people asked for it, here it is: bordertours takes you back to Wildflecken. They take care of lodging, transportation, get you past the guards on post Wildflecken, provide an English speaking guide and much much more.... - It's time to come back, give 'em a try.

22) Holger Kahl schrieb am 10.Juli 2006 um 08:19 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1992 - 1993


I was in Wildflecken from 1992/1993 and
serving for the german military. i made a lot of friends
with the US comrades during exercises, ...

Thanks to all for giving us the great time in Wildflecken and the whole region.

21) Harry schrieb am 28.Juni 2006 um 11:49 Uhr:


Hallo! For all of who where stationed in Wildflecken my website is giving you memories back. Panorama pictures of Post Wildflecken and the surrounding villages.
Please sign my guestbook if you visit my homepage.
Greetings from Wildflecken Harry

20) Robert "Len" Jennings aus Oct '86 - Nov '89 schrieb am 17.Mai 2006 um 07:04 Uhr: Wildflecken from - until: HHB 3/52nd ADA


Hey everyone! This song is for you!
Just copy and paste this link
into your browser!!!|pe1|S8LTM0LdsaSlYVO-Y2o



19) Bruce Feeney schrieb am 9.Mai 2006 um 04:53 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1972-1974


A.Co. 54th Engr. Bn.
Oct. '72 to Nov. '74
Dennis Holcomb
Greg Zawatski
Scott Jurgenson
Shaun Formel
Ken Melvin
Rick Rohrer
Danny Jerome
Dave Malott
Harold Whitson
Ron Perry
SSG Don Crowe

18) Mike Meyers aus Omaha schrieb am 2.Mai 2006 um 19:30 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1984-1986


What's up?

17) Rick Bergquist aus Late 1983 schrieb am 30.April 2006 um 22:32 Uhr:


http://toursource.netIn Wildflecken from - until: Early 1982


Was in Europe on vacation Dec/Jan and stopped by Wildflecken hoping to get on post and check things out...alas no luck. But having not been there since 1984 it was a shame to see how dead it was. Not the Stadt Wildflecken is in decline by any means, but to not see a ton of GI's running around was a shock. And also to see that the economy no longer had a need for a million bars was kind of funny as well. Wanted to hit the monastery, but wsa in a rental car and decided it would not have been very smart. Man I loved Wildflecken!

16) Steve Travers schrieb am 10.April 2006 um 18:22 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1980-1982


I was a cook in the 2/15. Would love to hear from anybody that served with me or anyone that was there at the time. I thought the German people were quite nice to us drunken GI's,and also loved the beuty of Wildflecken. Hope to hear from someone soon.

15) Dan Phelps schrieb am 31.März 2006 um 04:24 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Mar. 71 - Oct. 73


Charlie Co. 54 Eng Bn

14) Ann Gregory schrieb am 29.März 2006 um 02:57 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1990-1992


I really enjoyed looking the site that I was able to view. I loved living at "Wildchicken" as it was called. We were stationed there during the first Gulf war crisis and we lived out in Singenrien, the only American Family there. I heop you will adjust the site so that peoplevisiting her can veiw all the things at the left. I barely found this.

13) MATTHEW J MILLER schrieb am 27.März 2006 um 06:38 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: training on -off 91-93


Only place I ever saw all four seasons of the year in such a small amount of time literally hours.

12) Terry O'Shea schrieb am 27.März 2006 um 02:07 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 81-83


I worked at the Dispensary and I'm looking for a few people I met there. If you know Sam Kelly, Connie Gerlach , Vance Cast or Jeff Logue, let them know I'm trying to contact them. If you were there and remember me, write me. I'd love to hear from you.

11) Jessica McMahon aus 02/78 schrieb am 14.März 2006 um 01:06 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 01/76


Many cold nights and great people. I was assigned to the 536 MPC

10) George Takeuchi schrieb am 11.März 2006 um 13:11 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Sept. 1952 til Oct 1953


I was there with the 373 Arnored Infantry Battalion, spent my first winter ever. Hawaii does not have snow. Enjoyed hiking through the mountains behind Wildflecken Kasern. Thank you for letting me sign on. Mahalo and Aloha (Thank you and Goodbye in Hawaiian) George Takeuchi

9) Bruce Feeney schrieb am 9.März 2006 um 06:06 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: Oct.72-Nov.74


A.Co. 54th Engr. Bn.

Top 'O' the Rock!

8) Tim Stoy aus May 1982 schrieb am 7.März 2006 um 15:03 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: May 1983


Many, many fond memories! Wish we would move back in there!

7) jessica mcmahon schrieb am 6.März 2006 um 04:15 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 536 MILITARY POLICE 1976-1977



6) Harry Weissberger aus 1992 schrieb am 5.März 2006 um 01:02 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1994


assigned to 21st Ord Det (EOD) had a great time

5) Paul Duclos schrieb am 23.Februar 2006 um 01:51 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: June '52 - Oct '54


Pleased to see this effort, to
keep the memory of Wildflecken
in good order for the future.
It is unique in many ways, but
after spending time there you
remember the area!!
81mm Mortars H/S Co 373rd AIB

4) Ron Burgess aus 1957 schrieb am 22.Februar 2006 um 05:24 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 1959


Spent 20 months at Wildflecken and had a great time. Was with the 709th MP Bn. Met a lot of nice people. Hope to return some day. Take care.

3) Don Mansfield aus 12/08/1957 schrieb am 22.Februar 2006 um 04:35 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 06/06/1960


Good duty. Started in the D Co.,373 AIB which became D Co., 3rd ARB, 50th Infantry. Married a Wildflecken girl, Anna Pausch, 08-14-59. Still together. 02-21-2006.

2) Martry Clark schrieb am 12.Februar 2006 um 23:31 Uhr:


In Wildflecken from - until: 11-82-05-84


I served with the 144th in the 1st mag.Had some crazy times and met some good people. anyone who remembers me or served with the 144th when I did. please drop me a line.

1) Webmaster aus Modlos, Germany schrieb am 5.Februar 2006 um 13:43 Uhr:


http://www.comrades.deIn Wildflecken from - until: from time to time...


Have fun with our new guestbook.