Comments: I WAS DJ AT THE BASTEI DISCO CLUB in BERNKASTEL-KUES around 83 to 88.And i am looking for some old friend from Hahn Ab .Specialy for Kenneth Hillyard from New Mexico who was Stationed at Hahn building 327 i think to remember.We where to busy getting the german Girls and raping our`e rhymes, that we forgot at the end to change Adresses.Also we use to burn the roof at the TRABEN-TRABACH Lï¿?WENGRUBE.And later i opend my own Club at Longkamp called TOM`S DANCING CLUB .Remember the Schnitzelplace at the gate? Wow the made me feel alive after one of those big partynights,driving them drunk back to base. Also i am looking for Jeff he was atthe BASTEI club almost every spear minute.He had a german girlfriend we used to call Spike and she came from Lieser(Mosel).And many other partypeople from the base.Remember me???Then id like to hear from you. Shit cant buy (taxfree) liqur and carstereos at the p ex anymore.I leave good memorys and a song to you.ICECREAM CASTEL AND WHAT TIME IS IT ?
Comments: I was born at Hahn in July 1964. My father, Wayne Iafelice was stationed there from 1961 - 1965. I hope to visit the area some day. If anyone was born the same year, I'd like to hear from you.
Comments: 50 EMS Phase Dock Inspections the big hanger 411 where they kicked us out 2 the tab-vees when there was a flea market or such.TDY's 2 Zarragoza & Incerlick. Lived in Schliershied then Buchenburen. Jan 84 till June 87. Great site Marc.
Comments: Hosp/Dental Clinic Aug76-Jan80. I played flag football and baseball (base team).Had fun travelling/skiing and indulging in the beverages. Great 3 1/2yrs. Best Assignment in my 24 yr career.(didn't think so at the time!) If you remember me or anyone else at the Hosp sq. drop me a line.
Comments: If anyone knows what happened to the couples of the 50th Trans 90-92 and others from that time, we'de love an e-maillauren and ray gonzalas, gary, rick davis, jeff mcbride, tom stack, lori& lance, michele & tim, missy & mike, esp. Stephanie Gibbs!!! becky & kevin styles, jake, donna & kieth, jody and lance, kelly, pat barranger, ect... it's been so many years. Our children that we had around the same time are already teens. My kayla is 13. Kevin (stock) had so many wonderful memories at Hahn. We both would truely love to hear from anyone who was there with us.
Comments: My father was stationed at Hahn from 1961 to December, 1963. I attended the first and half of the second grade at the school on the base. The memories of that school and my time there still have a warm place in my heart.I remember being sent to the principal's office for sliding down the icy stairs that led out to the bus stop. We were allowed to slide in a sitting position, but standing up while sliding was strictly forbidden. It was a rule almost everyone broke.I remember walking to that bus stop one day after school and seeing someone shooting basketball. I asked him what he was doing and he asked me if I wanted to shoot some hoops. Wisely, I refused. Unfortunately, he didn't take no for an answer. I threw the ball straight up at the basket and it came down right on my nose. He tried to tell me what I was doing wrong. After which he talked me into giving it another try. Naturally, with the same result. I never played basketball after that.On another day, I was running down the hall on the second floor on my way to lunch when a teacher opened the door and I ran into it at almost full speed. It scared the teacher more than it hurt me. She told me that's what happens when people run in the hallway. I learned my lesson. I told her I know and kept on running. Only after that, I always ran down the side of the hallways where the windows were. away from the doors.Naturally, my fondest memories of that old school are the girls. While all the other boys were discovering baseball and football, I discovered girls in the first grade. I was ostracized by the other boys for chasing girls instead of fly balls or something else a little more manly. I didn't realize it at the time but I was quite a trend setter in my own way. I had 7 "girlfriends" that I know of. I can't remember all their names, but one was named April and the other January. I thought those were great names, especially January. I don't expect to ever find them or hear from them again, but I'd like to.Mostly, I want to write to express my appreciation for this web site and the chance it gives me to connect with people who I never met, but share the same experiences I had 45 years ago. Hahn was a great place at a very scary time in history. I didn't realize until much later how close we were to the brink of war at the time. I've learned to appreciate my father and the men who served with him and since for putting not only themselves, but also their families on the line for their country.