Please make an entry in our Guest Book, below, to greet our special community.
Introduce yourself, ask questions, or inquire about old friends.
Your comments in the Guest Book are welcome regarding anything on this website, or vets issues, Berlin service, or other issues relevant to FS Berlin Vets.
However, please don't be disappointed if you don't get an answer fast, or ever. If you want a reply, write to hello at fsbvg.org now. Otherwise, be patient.
FSBVG will not accept name and e-mail address information from anyone who is not at least eighteen years old. Therefore, such youngsters may not post here.
Kindly keep your entries decent, friendly, and unclassified because Big Brother really is listening, you know.
Remember the ASA motto: "In God we trust; all others we monitor."
This is a fun site for Field Station Berlin Vets, where we can do our own thing, toot our own horn, and keep in touch with history, and poetry, our memories, and each other.
As RUDYARD KIPLING (1865-1936) told us,
"For it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that,
an' "Chuck 'im out, the brute!"
But it's "Savior of 'is country" when
the guns begin to shoot."
If you are interested in FSBVG, and if you really want to be informed and in contact, join our Group as a member. That can be done at our Join page. Placing my reputation for veracity only in slight jeopardy, we boast that becoming a member will prove a greater experience and open more doors in life than you could possibly imagine. In addition, it will make you, by default, one of the coolest people in the universe. We want you in our Group, so don't wait, click the button below now to join the FSBVG.
Whether you want to join FSBVG or not, congratulations on finding this page!
Now is your chance to finally sign the guestbook that can put you back in touch with your old buds, eventually, anyway. There are still FSB vets who you once knew who haven't figured out how to connect to the Internet. Someday all your old friends will learn how to log on to the Internet, that is, if they live long enough, or haven't passed on to the great Field Station in the sky already. So leave a message now.
Forget Facebook. It sucks, and your identity will be stolen if you join it, and you'll lose your clearance if you join it, if you still have one.
If you don't want to wait for your buds to join FSBVG or sign our guestbook, it's highly advisable for FSB veterans to join our Yahoo Group, at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Field_Station_Berlin so you can immediately get back in touch with the FSB veterans who still are above ground and have figured out the Internet already. The Yahoo Group is a fine, free alternative for communications with many choices and resources. Join it with a note about yourself with your name and a brief service description. Be sure to establish a Yahoo profile in order to access the website. Yahoo email is not a requirement, so you can use some other god-awful email like cox.net -- but your FSB Yahoo group membership will expire when you quit your cable provider.
This is the kind of table of contents which you will find on most of the pages of this website. Click on any of the page names below to see the inside pages of FSBVG
Checking-in or becoming a member of our FSB Vets Group are not pre-requisites to your use or enjoyment of this website. All these good things are voluntary! It is hoped that each page on this web site will offer something interesting for you. You may visit any one of them by clicking on one of the links in the list below. A Web Page List, or other navigation buttons, will be at the bottom of every page.
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