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Country: Germany    Region: Hessen

Locale: Münster Dieburg

Latitude: 49° 55' 57" N     Longitude: 8° 48' 40" E

Area use / Military Branches: Closed

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Linda Webb, time2read@cox.net | 04. August 2017 14:21

55B

I was stationed there 1981-82
I remember the Russians were looking for tunnels December of 1981 too

Linda Webb, time2read@cox.net | 04. August 2017 14:21

55B

I was stationed there 1981-82
I remember the Russians were looking for tunnels December of 1981 too

Ed Cebulski, Cebu123 @ Verizon.net | 24. July 2017 00:39

Sp4

Was stationed in Munster from 1958 to mar of 1960, was company Dispatcher , trying to locate a Ken Baker my room mate in the old fire house across from the motor pool. Does any remember the name of the street that Lottie's was on?

Roy Melton, rjm545ord@mchsi.com | 27. March 2017 19:39

545th Ord Co

I thought I was one of the longest persons station at the Munster Depot but you certainly beat me. I was station there from March 62 til Sept 64. I worked in the ammo section of operations scheduling maintenance and transfers of the special weapons. What was your assignment? I have many fond memories, and only a few pictures, of the place and the people I worked with

mark seyler, seyler_mark@yahoo.co.uk | 29. November 2016 16:29

Gunbunnny

Hi guys, the photos on here bring back memories of my time as a soldier with the Royal Artillery based on Sennnelager. We used to drive through the night to this location to practice site out loads of nuke artillery rounds....driving slowly around the perimeter road at snail's pace, stopping outside each bunker to load huge crate containing supposed nuke round (weighed an absolute ton!) strap/ratchet down to truck bed, complete another circuit of the site then off load. In between times and on command would hide under vehicles to avoid detection from supposed Russian satellites passing overhead! There'd be Divisional inspecting officers hanging about the place with clip boards monitoring the whole process and one time, after we'd driven back to Sennelager in the early hours, we were informed the following morning on parade that we'd failed and would have to repeat all again the following week! Ahhhh! Convoy discipline was always non existent on the way back, even officers and Snr NCOs didn't care - pedal to the metal all the way back through the German night with standard of driving leaving a lot to be desired!


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