A US Army soldier stationed in Germany in the mid-1950s – a member of the 160th Signal Group is pictured on a bunk bed at the Panzer Kaserne (PK) headquarters, in Böblingen. In uniform, his hair has a quiff, a style popular in that era. From 1955 the 160th Signal Group provided communications throughout Germany under the US 7th (Seventh) Army during the Post-war era from an HQ at Panzer Kaserne (PK), in Böblingen (Boeblingen) near Stuttgart. The US 7th Army's HQ was at nearby Patch Barracks.

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A US Army soldier stationed in Germany in the mid-1950s – a member of the 160th Signal Group is pictured on a bunk bed at the Panzer Kaserne (PK) headquarters, in Böblingen. In uniform, his hair has a quiff, a style popular in that era. From 1955 the 160th Signal Group provided communications throughout Germany under the US 7th (Seventh) Army during the Post-war era from an HQ at Panzer Kaserne (PK), in Böblingen (Boeblingen) near Stuttgart. The US 7th Army's HQ was at nearby Patch Barracks.

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Location: Böblingen (Boeblingen) nr Stuttgart, Germany