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Old 11-29-2006, 05:45 PM
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Welcome Hauke, I look forward to seeing some of your work. I spent my last tour in what was then West Germany at Ferris Barracks in Erlangen in 1-35 Armor. We were neighbors to your partnership unit of 2-81 Armor. REFORGER 88 was my last big excercise before coming home to the states. I believe that was the last one where they deployed troops out on the countryside. Since then it's been greatly reduced. WHAT!? Tankers ears? You don't say. Me too! Just ask my wife!
Charlie, I was also in 1-35AR. from '83-'88. I PCS'ed when the BN was getting ready for REFORGER. Dan
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Old 01-11-2007, 11:29 AM
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Hello

Hank:

Happy to meet you. Iím Tom and was also a school teacher (Mathematics) before I returned to my engineering profession. I have visited Koln on a couple of occasions as my wife has family in St. Augustine (her uncle was a Luftwaffe officer); a very beautiful city. We were fortunate enough to visit one year during Christmas.

Iím sure your expertise will be greatly appreciated. I, as an ex-Navy guy, can offer nothing.

Tom Sexton
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Old 01-20-2007, 08:46 AM
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Hi nTom,

thanks for your comments. Please don't be disturbed! Even Navy guys have their golden or choclate part, as we call it in Germany.

By the way - I posted two of my Sherman models at the work bench.

Cheers

Hauke
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