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Old 04-11-2019, 04:57 AM
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I did not read the complete thread. But for those who like to view Youtube there are some very nice videos of military stationed there who show the area they are in. I used to travel to Germany often as a tourist years ago. And vids came up as suggestions to view.
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Old 04-19-2019, 12:43 PM
 
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Hi. I lived in Wildflecken around 74 to 76. I remember living at top of hill in housing and at bottom was a German town. The buildings were 3 story if correct. They were like apartments. I remember taking green military bus to school on base. Our school was an old horse stable. For PE we would walk over to base gym and I remember seeing military guys all time. I have been trying to find pic. Of old school or housing but can't find any.
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Old Today, 05:53 AM
 
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We left Wildflecken 1976. My dad, Sgt. 1st class Gerald Whitehead (Jerry) to his friends brought us there. My sisters Sherry, Kaethe and brothers Jerry Rick and Raymond. My name is Trisha. Tom and Pat Ealey (both in the military) were good friends of my parents (Edie and Jerry). John and Vickie Christianson also (if I'm remembering the last name correctly). I remember the old village...three stories high..three section buildings. We had 6 bedrooms on the third floor. Cheri Altizer my best friend, lived right below us. Another friend, Denise Kramer, lived on the first floor of the first section of our building.
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We left Wildflecken 1976. My dad, Sgt. 1st class Gerald Whitehead (Jerry) to his friends brought us there. My sisters Sherry, Kaethe and brothers Jerry Rick and Raymond. My name is Trisha. Tom and Pat Ealey (both in the military) were good friends of my parents (Edie and Jerry). John and Vickie Christianson also (if I'm remembering the last name correctly). I remember the old village...three stories high..three section buildings. We had 6 bedrooms on the third floor. Cheri Altizer my best friend, lived right below us. Another friend, Denise Kramer, lived on the first floor
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