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    Re: Is owning a pickup truck a sign of being a "man of the people"?

    Just keep it out of our parking spaces and park around back, redneck.

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    Re: Is owning a pickup truck a sign of being a "man of the people"?

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    Just keep it out of our parking spaces and park around back, redneck.
    You served in the Army? And you think driving a PU makes someone a redneck?
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    Re: Is owning a pickup truck a sign of being a "man of the people"?

    Quote Originally Posted by SgtRock View Post
    You served in the Army? And you think driving a PU makes someone a redneck?
    Joking, Sarge. Come on! I drove a Hummer when I wasn't driving a M-578 "Cherry Picker" myself. They take up a parking space too, especially those little German ones. But seriously, a crew cab pickup ought to park far away.

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    Re: Is owning a pickup truck a sign of being a "man of the people"?

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    Joking, Sarge. Come on! I drove a Hummer when I wasn't driving a M-578 "Cherry Picker" myself. They take up a parking space too, especially those little German ones. But seriously, a crew cab pickup ought to park far away.

    What unit where you with in Deutschland?
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    Re: Is owning a pickup truck a sign of being a "man of the people"?

    Quote Originally Posted by SgtRock View Post
    What unit where you with in Deutschland?
    78th Engineer Battalion, Rhineland Kaserne, Ettlingen

    edit - it's just outside of Karlsruhe, 30 min south of Heidelberg.
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    Re: Is owning a pickup truck a sign of being a "man of the people"?

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    78th Engineer Battalion, Rhineland Kaserne, Ettlingen

    edit - it's just outside of Karlsruhe, 30 min south of Heidelberg.
    It's got baumholder, germany beat where I was stationed. Ever heard of it?

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    Re: Is owning a pickup truck a sign of being a "man of the people"?

    Quote Originally Posted by LiberalAvenger View Post
    It's got baumholder, germany beat where I was stationed. Ever heard of it?
    Oh yeah. As I recall, wasn't baumholder NW of Mannheim? What was the other big exercise area? Memory's fading.

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    Re: Is owning a pickup truck a sign of being a "man of the people"?

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    Oh yeah. As I recall, wasn't baumholder NW of Mannheim? What was the other big exercise area? Memory's fading.
    AHh, Hohenfels.

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    Re: Is owning a pickup truck a sign of being a "man of the people"?

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    78th Engineer Battalion, Rhineland Kaserne, Ettlingen
    I was with the 69th Chemical Co. 1stAD in Furth just outside of Nurnberg. I found this pic of Rhineland Kaserne. Hope you like. You know the 1st AD turned over all of the US Army facilities in Furth, Erlangen, and Ansbach back to the Germans around the same time Rhineland Kaserne was turned over. Around 1995. I miss Germany and intend to go back there someday.

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    Re: Is owning a pickup truck a sign of being a "man of the people"?

    Here is a pic of Ettlingen

    Last edited by SgtRock; 02-08-10 at 10:38 PM.
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