Welcome to the CookeBarracks.com Guestbook. 79% of 242 poll respondents said their time at Cooke was either "great" or "the best"; 14% reported "good". Only 7% reported "not so good", or "not good". Clearly, Cooke Barracks was a magical place and, perhaps, that's why so many people visit CookeBarracks.com. CookeBarracks.com was born October 2002 and is responsible for uniting many, many people separated years ago.
This is where those who served at Cooke find each other. You're invited to add your entry so others can find you. For the past ten years, lots and lots of reunions have been made via this Guestbook
Please note your post MUST INCLUDE your FIRST NAME, LAST NAME, and EMAIL ADDRESS or it will not post. Email addresses are hidden by the guestbook software and replaced with email links to prevent spamming and email harvesting. Said differently, your email address remains private unless you respond to a Guestbook entry. Only then will the person you wrote see your email address (but nobody else).
This guestbook includes a couple thousand entries over ten years. So, there's little point in searching page by page to locate someone. This is where Google is put to work. Here's how to search for a long lost friend:
Go to www.google.com and search for your friend exactly like you see in the line below (this includes the quotation marks and "plus sign" immediately next to 'cookebarracks.com'):
"First-name Last-name" +cookebarracks.com
Trust me, if your friend has posted an entry in the last decade, Google will return a direct link to the appropriate Guestbook page so you can email your friend.
What city are you located? Germantown
What state are you located? Ohio
Was in A Co. 4th/16th Infantry, from Jan 1986 to Dec 1987/
What city are you located? Walker
What state are you located? LA
I was stationed in Cooke Barracks in the 80's.
What city are you located? Murphysboro
What state are you located? Illinois
C Co. 1/26 78-81
What city are you located? mechanicsburg
What state are you located? pa
I served in the 504 MI Detachment as a counterintelligence agent from Nov 69 to Nov 71. My wife, Jerie, and I lived off base in the tiny village of St. Gotthardt with Hans and Thea Stumpf in their basement apt. People I worked with were Pete Dean, Don Tess, Jimmy Berardinelli, FNU Billeter, Jim McHugh, Ron Fanning, Peter Koch, Scott Cooper and Jay LNU. Several others I can't remember the names. Two of our best friends were June and Pat Mcnew. Cooke Barracks was a wonderful place and I still have so many great memories. We traveled thruout Europe and even got to Tunisia for X-mas.
What city are you located? Mason City
What state are you located? iowa
looking for friends from 1986-19888
What city are you located? Baton Rouge
What state are you located? Louisiana
I was stationed at the 48th Trans Co in 66 thru 68 . Worked in the rotory wing section pretty much the whole time I was there. Had a great time, enjoyed the BEER. I posted some pictures awhile back on the CookeBarricks.Com site. Take a peek at them might recognize someone. Its really great that these guys put these sites out there for everyone to enjoy. My hat goes off to them. GOOD HEALTH
What city are you located? camden
What state are you located? new york
I was there from 1987 to 1989. I had a really good time there. But it was nice to come back to the states.
What city are you located? Michigan City,I
What state are you located? Indiana
I was in camp cook in 1951 52 the Barack were beautiful and the people were great I was in the 28th div.
What city are you located? Ponca City
What state are you located? Oklahoma
I was at Cooke Barracks from the beginning of 1975 until sometime towards the end of 1977. Being in Germany was a good time, traveling and meeting people. I also met and married my wife there and we are still together after 38 years. I was an MP there and then served for another 29 years in civilian law enforcement. But I got my start at Cooke Barracks.
What city are you located? Merlin
What state are you located? OR
Thanks for providing a location to discuss one of the Army's best kept secrets.
I was at Cooke Barracks from 87-90, and was the Commander of the 193rd from 87-89. As great as Cooke Barracks was it was the people that made it even better. I experienced the best days of my life there and also the worst. We lost three of our own coming home from training in 1988. RIP Don Byrant, Jim Bollinger and Mike Dawson.
I was stationed in Europe in 2002 and visited Cooke Barracks when I was in Stuggart and it was hard to recognize anymore. I will always remember Planet Gurp and the great folks that lived there. Anyway thanks for setting this site up.
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The CookeBarracks.com Guestbook is a "roster" for others to "Google" others. It's geared to be a single-entry, one-time post that includes your name and an email link so others can find you.
On the other hand, the CookeBarracks.com Forum is geared for public, on-going, discussion amongst anyone who cares to participate. It can be reached at: CookeBarracks.com Forum.
There's also a CookeBarracks.com Photo Album that can be reached at: CookeBarracks.com Photo Album.