Bye bye hanau milcom

1/32FA LANCE Fliegerhorst Kaserne Hanau, Germany
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Bye bye hanau milcom

Post by pioneermars » 20 Sep 2008 18:11

The Hanau Military Community will cease to exist effective 30 Sept 08. Fliegerhorst was closed in 2007. I just found out. I kind of feel like my best friends died or something. :cry:

Mike Hudson
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Re: Bye bye hanau milcom

Post by manuel » 27 Sep 2008 23:56

Thanks for passing that along. I wonder what happens to the facilty? I guess the Rendevouz went out of business too.

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Post by pioneermars » 28 Sep 2008 10:40

Ah, Pepi's Pizza. I miss their Jagershnitzel und pomme fritz dinners. Everybody makes theirs different. I liked theirs the best. Haven't come across the same flavor or texture since. Manuel, I seem to vaguely remember you. I hadn't had the opportunity to visit the lance trailer very often. I remember Chiasson. Can you help me remember Who was the the guy that came in after? He use to be a sgt. I know he was in A-btry and I think he was in A&T. I keep thinking it was a french sounding name. "Le" something or other.
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Post by manuel » 29 Sep 2008 23:35

Don't rember the name. I think he was a heavy-set white guy with a mustache. I remember Chief Chiasson bought a saab before he PCS'ed. Chiasson knew Lance inside and out.

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Post by pioneermars » 16 Oct 2008 21:26

Was it LeClare?

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Post by pusherman » 22 Jan 2009 17:51

Very sorry to hear this. I mistakenly thought Fliegerhorst was closed long ago. I was there from 1989-1991 and they were preparing even then to close the post.

Separately, My second-to-last day was the ceremony moving 1/32 from 41st FA Bde to 3rd Armor. I was notified after I got home that 1/32 was moved to Fort Sill even after we had just absorbed A-burg's 3/12 FA.

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Post by Mike Bianchi » 02 Feb 2009 13:40

I believe it was LaClair. Hudson, you remember Sgt Decker or Sgt Lyons? I've been trying to locate them.

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Post by pioneermars » 02 Mar 2009 20:59

Yes, I remember them both. I remember you too! I don't have any contact info for either of them. Sorry. Can you help my memory? Who was the guy that ran the FDC track over the german car on the off ramp? I seem to remember he was a little latino guy with glasses. But I forget his name. Other people names I forget: The short blonde tamms clerk(I think her name was terri?), The female bn mail clerk( I think she was from trinadad/tobego, The male mail clerk( the one that use to shout "ciaro" all the time. I've found a few people on military.com in the 1/32fa communities. I know ssgt stallings was there. Good luck! Nice to hear from a familiar name.
Mike Hudson

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Re: Bye bye hanau milcom

Post by djtaylormade » 17 Mar 2009 17:38

I was in Charlie Battery 1Bn 32 FA between 06-79 to 03-82.

Those were the good old days when soldiers were true. Now i miss everyone I severd with, Can't remember all the names but thet were great soldiers.

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Post by Terry C » 26 Mar 2009 14:55

what's up Mike Hudson and Mike Bianci! you guys remember me? Terry Clark, I was in FDC with you Mike. we were actuall roomates.

Blond chick was "teri", she married Manny Trujuillo. I heard from him a couple of years ago.

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