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102nd Signal Battalion
Schweitenkirchen Radio Site

Looking for more information from military/civilian personnel assigned to or associated with the U.S. Army in Germany from 1945 to 1989. If you have any stories or thoughts on the subject, please contact me.

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19..-.. (Jim Creek)

USAREUR Patch, 1955-

102nd Signal Battalion


(Source: Email from Jim Creek and the 102nd Sig Bn MSN Group website)
There where two transmitter on line with one spare, standing by on right side. Same with the receivers.The system was Lorenz VHF RB7 radio equipment. I have Lorenz correspondence course we took.
Yes, we where about 1 mile east of  the town. Lot of open space around use back then.

102d Sig Bn


1. Entrance to site (KB)

2. View from the access road (KB)

3. Rear view of site (KB)

4. Front view of site (KB)

5. Ops building (KB)

6. 4th Sig Gp CO arrives for inspection (KB)

7. Ops room (KB)

8. Ops room (KB)

9. Jim Creek at work (KB)