European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 30 1961, Page 9

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 30, 1961, Darmstadt, Hesse1961 the stars and stripes Sas a in to one of 176th signal 1 f la j1 i i thin burning / carrying it told liter. Can you find mentioned a mechanical de any rate a radio i found that the the motor of jammed. It right a Bug. Co Are the they would probably laugh at being referred to As but their Job is to find the causes of sickness in equipment. And they do. Few soldiers Are better trained technically than the industrious Little teams that make up the 176th. A Good question is How can one company maintain the signal equipment for a Field army capt George a Falk co of the unit directs operations of More than 30 repair teams located throughout 7th army Terri tory. The men themselves Are not Only specialists but the teams Are specialized. The reason for the teams in obvious. First it James h. Schmuckley Supply offi cer Aid that what the company is trying to do is put the right kind of a team in the area where the customer a using customer as1 in most cases these shops Are to ate d Al the same Cavern where the customer is situated or a Short do Stone aviation electronic shops Are at certain air Fields. The 176th also operates repair shop for radar teletypewriter Telephone v mile and various. Types of test a and graphic equipment of a it is the only7th army unit of company size which does this work a a members of the company get. Their train i ing at stateside signal schools arid advanced training at the signal school in the time they Are. ,."along who pc to his Vii to v. --_-., tits Dri Al shop Al a be then thei Are a Maneu vers the of Nohaile teams a Rej Buffen used a diff Cion Sharep or me it Tea of \ German s life r recely to help be usar jell Vered a Elp i Plain Gen any i i huh army i evidently in t lira of help to him. Green s to january until it hmm Public Dron r a tort sinn Eradus Jan Heet to in Jurf 2,300 copies. Title is derived Aam of to Bureau j rare blood Type to Landau some 30 air Miles away my Claude r. Lenn. Co o the us army transfusion service unit sat Sun was informed that four pints of it negative blood were needed at the Landau civic hos Pital where the patient was gravely 111 with a bleeding stomach condition. The blood Type is considered rare present in about 1 per cent of the Earth s total population. M sgt Matthew a. Kuhnke no in charge of la Center checked on available supplies and drove the four pints to the nearby army Hospital Center heliport in his own car after informing the 63rd Heli copter ambulance co of the Emer gency ath in the blood was loaded aboard a helicopter piloted by capt Donald f. Lusk and capt Willie m. Dixson and delivered to Landau. The blood Bank normally serves Only american military personnel and their dependent but extends Aid to p t h e r s when a genuine emergency is established Lennex planned. The German patient at Landau was near death when the plea came in but As of wednesday was reported recovering because the rare blood Type wac received and administered in time a Adolf which in let s used 49 Issue averaging four and sacrificing ours to keep Ici als set Tifis visit bureaus svs. Military i army div the Partl i of cadets in r this Cummer. With Mili the cadets first hand be. Resport it Gnu of a practical sex Ideis who will a this sum with the 4th the division into two groups. 1 fart innate in train a the other in Hfel-.," for july Java a f 66lhtjnt 16lharty Frankfurt sp7 cited Frankfurt spec a sp7 Maurice u. Minard chaplain s assistant at the Frankfurt Central Chapel has been awarded a commendation medal for meritorious performance of duty from 195s-go, while stationed with the 2nd inf div in the United states. Sift Harold Berndt of the army research and development Laboratory at it. Monmouth conducts a course on radar maintenance for Mem Bers of Faa 176th signal co. Army photo Safe he memorial honors engineers Wiesbaden. Germany Spe Cial a discovery of a memorial plaque by an air Force colonel has led to a new search into the history of l i n d s e y air station Home of Safe he. Col Oran o. Price Safe Deputy chief of staff for civil engineering was visiting the directorate of personnel Here when he noticed a plaque paying tribute to men of his world War ii Organiza Tion the in engr come the discovery came As a sur prise for the colonel a the european Campaign and closely connected with the engineers organization for 21 years a never knew that such a memorial existed. to into the Wall the Black Marble plaque is dedicated to the memory 6f the men of the in Engineer command who gave their lives on the Field Bif Battle in world War. It 6 june 1944 to 8 to Gold letters Are listed the. Names and ranks of 31 men and the dates they were killed. In action. The inscription concludes May we rededicate four. Uve to Ful filling the and ideals for which these aviation eng Peers died 30 May 1946.1 Price had Jim to the ill come in England As assistant operations. Officer in january 1944r shortly before Allied forces launched the invasion of the euro Sean continent. In this capacity Price at the Timie a major airfields in i Franice before invader ing troops reached the targets. Improved 200 Between do a and the end of the War in Europe the Engineer forces built or improved Over. 200 a i of i Al d s in Fri the Germany Luxembourg and Italy Price said. Brig Gen dairies a Newman led the entire i opera tip Viviin Europe As. Cd of the in come. Alt Hugn. Under Dif f e rent. Circumstances the v response Bluy Heid l roughly parallels the position hic Arfee holds Oclay in Safe Price was. Recently nominated far the rank. By brigadier Gene 1 Price left the in Abmd in february 1945 before the Rhine River crossing 6c Allied forces and fur ther advances in to a a Ronny. Lie. Believes. The plan pfc so coated when aviation. Engineers. Were based at ool orm o. Prior plaque honouring members of he world. Aviation engineers Woof cow All the circumstances Turrou Dirig the

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