E Btry 320th FA WEBSITE

E Battery soldiers prepare to rail load armored vehicles at the Lichterfelde S-Bahnhof for deployment to Grafenwoehr and Hohenfels. After the demise of the Wall, E Battery soldiers found out of the city deployments much more frequent

THE UNOFFICAL WEBSITE FOR ALL BERLIN REDLEGS

   Been busy for a while, occupied with business in the 82nd Airborne Division. I have made a few changes to the site trying to improve the content and the look.
   Anyone wishing to start their own website related to E Battery or the Berlin Brigade, feel free to contact me. I'll be more than happy to provide material and links to get you started.

   This is an unofficial, not for profit, website and does not have the endorsement of the United States Government, the US Army, or any other official organization.
   All information published here from official sources has been checked for accuracy.  Please email any comments or questions to the webmaster.
berlin_redlegs@yahoo.com

Last Updated: 02 April 01

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About the Webmaster

   The Webmaster, SFC Brian Lucke, was stationed in Berlin with E Battery 320th FA from July 91 to July 94. Originally assigned to the 2nd Platoon FDC section as a Fire Direction Specialist when the unit was an 8 gun M109 Battery, he went on to serve as the unit's training and operations NCO.  He served also on the Battery Salute Team during the final draw down of the Berlin Brigade.
   SFC Lucke continues to serve in the United States Army in the 319th Airborne Field Artillery Regiment with the 82nd Airborne Division, as a Fire Control NCO.

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