Vogelweh Post- Kwanza Green is the “I Killed” raffle book winner!!

Here I am at stop #3 on my Germany tour: Vogelweh Post. I am excited to be here!   The 569th United States Forces Police Squadron, based in Vogelweh Military Complex, Germany, is an Air Force Security Forces squadron. The mission of the 569th USFPS is to provide airtight security for its Protection Level resources while delivering the highest degree of Air Provost duties and Force Protection integrity to the Kaiserslautern Military Community. They are supplemented in this mission by German Military Police (Feldjager), and by the 230th Military Police Company. Thank you for inviting me here!!  I will be at the Galaxy Theater on Tuesday at 1000.  Please come by and say hello!

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21 Responses to Vogelweh Post- Kwanza Green is the “I Killed” raffle book winner!!

  1. Michael Johnson

    I really enjoyed your show today at the galaxy theater.

  2. Justina Clark

    I really enjoyed your show. I love how you incorporated your life into funny scenarios.

    Thank you for coming to Germany.

  3. Steven Pelletier

    Thanks for supporting ASAP and ACS. Great Show!!

  4. Amber Nadeau

    I really appreciate you coming out and telling us your story it was very inspiring and very effective to me . I definitely had a great time and we thank you for your support as well . I’ll have to look more into your comedy hope to see another show at some point ! – PV2 Nadeau

  5. przemek kwiecinski

    “I was there”.
    Well I wasn’t just there I also really enjoyed being there and listening to your story. Very powerful message! Thank you

    • Roger Verschraegen

      Nice try Kwiecinski, but Bernie still wins with last names!
      First names however, hands down, it’s all you! 😉

      • przemek kwiecinski

        This is the short version of my first name 🙂
        But lets be serious here, have you seen your last name? 🙂

        • Roger Verschraegen

          Ha! Point taken! 🙂
          Mine is Flemish and Germans can’t pronounce it correctly. Neither can my fellow Americans for that matter.
          The short version huh!? What, you have two middle names (like me) too? 🙂

  6. Kwanza Green

    Having worked with people suffering from traumatic brain injuries, I ‘ASOLUTELY LOVED’ your Sean stories….you were awesome! Thanks for doing what you do….

    • Roger Verschraegen

      Congrats on winning the raffle Kwanza! Hey, I’m going to come talk you tomorrow though about how they made you the winner of the raffle on the 14th before the actual event on the 15th?! 🙂

      • Kwanza Green

        Thanks Roger, so I win and the contest is rigged:-) Now, how do I get my book?!?!?!Lol

  7. Thifany Nelson

    Your show/training was great!! This was actually my first ever comedy show and I didn’t think I was going to laugh so hard!!! I also almost cried with your story and experiences… Well, I guess I’m just and emotional person… Keep doing what you do and bring smiles and laughter to all these hard working people… Sometimes thats all we need!!! You are doing a great thing!!!
    Thank you!!! 🙂

  8. Sean White

    Awesome comedy set with a great message. It was such a breath of fresh air from the ordinary mandatory training sessions. Thank you for taking the time to present your message to those who serve.

  9. JR Orlando

    Thanks Bernie! Loved the show, my first comedy show live and I had a great time.

  10. Erinn Forester

    Thank you for the show today! I really enjoyed it, and coming from a family with a lot of alcohol abuse, I can relate to some of your stories. I thought you presented the material in a very powerful way, I don’t think a single person was bored for even a moment in there! Thank you!

  11. Brian Martin

    I want to personal thank you for taking your time to come to Sembach to put on a show for all the Soldiers and civilians that were able to be present. It was a great show which made the mandatory training more realistic for everyone. Please keep up the good work you do for everyone and good luck to you and your family and safe travels to all your events. Respectfully submitted!

  12. Carmella Avery

    Thank you very much for your presence today..it was much more than a show to me and i believe it was a really good reality check for a lot of he soldiers that were sitting there today. thank you very much.

  13. Maria Resende

    Thanks for the great show and for sharing your story with us!

  14. Roger Verschraegen

    Thank you for bringing your personal story and educational message about the detrimental effects of alcohol abuse to the members of the Armed Forces and civilians since 1995! Thank you for bringing us something infinitely better than death by PowerPoint! Thank you for making my last name seem like a walk in the park!

    P.S.: By the way, how did you get the Speedo joke past the SHARP folks?

  15. Anthony Steward

    I almost went to bed when I realized I forgot to thank you for the amazing job you did today at the Galaxy Theater. I really was a lot of and I’m glad I got to be apart of it. Thanks for the message hidden in the comedy, Bernie. Best of luck!

  16. Randy Myles Jr.

    Thank you for your words of wisdom. They were both comical and touching.

    Thanks for the laughs