I was stationed at Camp Pieri from August 1983 to May 1985. I was in Service Btry, 1/333 FA. I was a wheel mechanic, and supported the 3 firing batteries. I don't recoginize any of the names from people who were there around that time. Some of the names I remember are LTC Wolf, CPT Rein, SSG Ellis (motor sergeant), fellow mechanics Brian Powers and Warren Spohn. Some of the 15D names I remember are EJ Mihalik, Tom Flynn, Dennis Lanphear, Wood (out of Cali). Hard to remember the first names. I was fortunate to go to Crete in 84 to support the evaluation, stationed there the whole month, at the NAMFI barracks. Great times, in Crete and in Wiesbaden. Stuff I remember, Western club, Big Ben's, Pam Pam's, Frankfurt, Sachsenhausen, Monsters of Rock concert, Carl Becker's vineyard across from Camp Pieri (he sold unlabled wine out of the cellar), Gluhwein during Fasching, Weinfest in Wiesbaden, the walkplatz, wo ist de bahnhoff?, nichts verstein. lol. I still drink Asbach Uralt cognac from Rudesheim on special occasions. When I was short I witnessed a German citizen being stabbed by a Turk. I wasn't back to the world 7 months and I got a letter from the German authorities asking me to come back to testify in court after they caught the perp. They paid for the whole thing, including lost wages from my job to be there. That was fun/weird/sentimental. I haven't been back since (the wall was still up). I wonder if Wiesbaden is as beautiful as it was back then. I read here somewhere that Camp Pieri is now student housing. Oh well. I'd like to make it back to Crete someday too (I think).