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Roll-call!! Lets see who is still out there
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Author:  gerald skibinsky [ Mon Aug 18, 2008 11:46 am ]
Post subject:  Gerald Skibinsky

RCR Baden 1980 1984
Firefighter Baden 1991 1992
Firefighter Lahr 1992 1993

Now Manager Protective Services Wheatland County (20 min East of Calgary) Maintain 9 Fire departments and the peace officers for the County, Auditor for health and safety for the provice of Alberta.My wife Alix (German) who I married in 1983 have been back several times Its always nice to sit and have a cold one and reflect on those wonderful years of 80 -84 what an experiance.

Author:  kknelson [ Sun Sep 07, 2008 4:21 am ]
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Parents :::::

Dave ( Air Traffic / Baden Men's Club ) And Rea ( Canex Staff) Knelson Posted June 1983 .. Parents left Germany Aug 1987 posted back to Comox.. Mom passed away June 2005 of Alzhimers. Dad passed away Feb 2006...
Karen ( Jr Ranks Bartender) ... I left Germany in early 87 moved to Edmonton.. Have been here Ever since.. Work for Security company as Remote Video Monitor. Love it. Miss The People whom I hung out with at the CC Club.. ( PPCLI ) Russ B Andrew L. . Just to name a few..

Author:  Doreen (McLure) Gowler [ Fri Sep 12, 2008 11:26 am ]
Post subject:  Doreen (McLure) Gowler

I was a brat at 4 Wing during 64-65; married an airman; had 2 children; divorced the airman; now happily married and living in Winnipeg.

My parents Gordon and Beryl McLure were at 4 Wing. Dad was an Aero Engine Mechanic. Both Dad and Mom are gone now. and I still miss them.

Doreen

Author:  Robert(Bob) Clarke [ Sat Sep 20, 2008 4:06 pm ]
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In Baden 1953 To 1954 Original member of 444 Sabre Squadron and worked in Base Supply after arrival in Baden. I find the history part of Baden remembered a bit inaccurate especially the base supply part. For the record Squadron leader Tait was the first Supply Officer and was in charge of Supply when the squadrons arrived. I was part of the advance party of 444 Squadron and he had been there some time when we arrived. Long time retired living in Ottawa Bob clarke

Author:  John Loxterkamp [ Sat Sep 27, 2008 6:29 pm ]
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In Baden with 3 Mech from 74 - 78. Now retired and living in Langley, BC. Would love to hear from you!

Author:  Dan [ Mon Sep 29, 2008 1:12 pm ]
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Dan High
In Baden from 87-93, I was an IETech and I worked in 421 Sqn as well as Kiwi Flight.

Author:  Theri [ Fri Oct 03, 2008 2:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Baden 1989-1993 closing

Hi, I'm Theri Perreault. My husband, Marcel Perreault managed the computer department for 1AMS. We arrived with 2 young children; Ilene 2, and Eric 3 weeks; and have since grown by 2 more (twins). Both Marcel and I had volunteer announcer jobs at CFNS; I on the english side, he on the french. We are presently living just outside on Ottawa, in Quebec. Marcel continues to marvel his employers at Innovapost with his computer savvy, and I look after things at home.
WE ALL MISS BADEN.

Author:  Gary Turner [ Sun Oct 19, 2008 3:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Roll-call!! Lets see who is still out there

Gary Turner base brat 1970-72. My late father was Sgt. Reg Turner, 2PPCLI, went over to Hemer in 1969, he 'rebadged' to 3 Mech Cdo in the born in a storm and down to Baden beginning of August 1970. Finished high school in June of '71 and went to work slinging reusables at AMU with Andy Jack and Art Walsh to Aug of '72. Learned a lot of bad behaviour at AMU and it was a completel blast! Desperately want to join what was then known as the 'air element' but those were strange days for the CAF and there were no openings available. Except infantry and or armour and followed the old man's advice not to get into that, maybe he was right, maybe not. Anyway, loved my time over there, especially Baden and plan to go over next Sept for the first time since 1972. Want to take my BMW bike over with me and tour around the continent and see the old stomping grounds of course. If you remember me, drop me a line! :D

Author:  rdeleau [ Fri Oct 24, 2008 5:29 am ]
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Bob Deleau
With 421 Sqn from 78 - 82, then Wing Ops 82 - 84;
Ottawa 84- 93;
Kingston 93 - 97;
Colorado Springs 97 - 01;
Trenton 01 -04, Ottawa 04 - present; and
Start 35th year in military 14 Nov 08.

Author:  rdeleau [ Fri Oct 24, 2008 5:30 am ]
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Bob Deleau
With 421 Sqn from 78 - 82, then Wing Ops 82 - 84;
Ottawa 84- 93;
Kingston 93 - 97;
Colorado Springs 97 - 01;
Trenton 01 -04, Ottawa 04 - present; and
Start 35th year in military 14 Nov 08.

Author:  Darrell Boudreau [ Fri Oct 24, 2008 11:11 am ]
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Darrell Boudreau
Base Brat Hemer 63-67, Father RCHA
Armourer 86-89, Baden, 439 Sqn
Presently living in Winnipeg, working 17 Wing, Central Flying School.

Author:  Andrew [ Tue Dec 09, 2008 8:44 pm ]
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Andy and Rita Baird

Dental Clinic 79 to 83, Rita was at the BOR. Volunteered at the TV and radio stations. Did colour commentary with the Colonel for the hockey games with John Merlin and Ron Briggs.

Currently living in Dartmouth and working as a civie at the dental clinic in Shearwater.

Best postig of my 36 year career, what a party.

Author:  Tom Wilson [ Sat Dec 20, 2008 11:31 am ]
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Tom Wilson
80-84
1 CAG/1AMS Engine Bay
Currently Canadian C-17 AEO, Wright Patterson AFB
Dayton, Ohio, USA

Author:  woodster49 [ Tue Mar 31, 2009 10:11 pm ]
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Woody and Diane Wood.

I was with 3 Mech Cdo from 1976-1977 and then 3RCR from 1977 to 1980. Had one boy (Dave) over there and a second one (Chris) after we returned home.

The best 4 year party we ever had! Lots of hockey, ball, soccer and great beer tents! Wouldn't have missed it for the world.

I remustered after leaving Germany to Traffic Tech and spent the next 28 years with another great trade.

Such wonderful friends and the greatest memories!!

Pro Patria!

Woody

Author:  Terry Martin [ Wed Apr 01, 2009 6:33 pm ]
Post subject:  Years in Baden

Was Baden 72-76, with 1 CAG, worked in Three Hangar (avionics snag recovery). Miss the beer, snitzels and the guys in the Junior Ranks Canadian Club (was a part time bartender there)

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