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      • Rhein-Main Air Base (located at 50°1′48.7″N 8°35′16.97″E / 50.030194°N 8.5880472°E / 50.030194; 8.5880472) was a United States Air Force air base near the city of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It was a Military Airlift Command (MAC) and United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) installation, occupying the south side of Frankfurt Airport.,installation%2C%20occupying%20the%20south%20side%20of%20Frankfurt%20Airport.
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    Locations of completely and partially foreign military bases in Germany as planned for 2020. The United States Army has 41 military installations in Germany , two of which are scheduled to close. Over 200 others were closed, mostly following the end of the Cold War in the early 1990s.

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  4. Rhein-Main Air Base - Wikipedia

    Rhein-Main Air Base (located at ) was a United States Air Force air base near the city of Frankfurt am Main, Germany It was a Military Airlift Command (MAC) and United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) installation, occupying the south side of Frankfurt Airport .

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  5. List of United States Army installations in Germany ...

    The rationale behind the large number of closures is that the strategic functions of the bases, originally designed to serve as forward posts in any war against the Soviet Union, are no longer relevant since the end of the Cold War. The Army has recently accelerated plans for closure of the Mannheim and Heidelberg Kasernes. Existing installations Anderson Barracks, Dexheim (will reopen ...

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    A decision to move US troops out of Germany would mark a major change in the defense relationship between the two countries and reshape the basis of American military presence in Europe since WWII.

  7. Housing near U.S. military bases in Frankfurt - Toytown Germany

    There are no Military bases in Frankfurt. As posted above Weisbaden Army Air Field, is about a 30min drive from Frankfurt (Without Traffic). The army base Cambrai-Fritsch Kaserne in Darmstadt (South of Frankfurt - 20min) will be closing by the end of 2008 and moving all operations. to Hanau, Wiesbaden, Kaiserlautern and Stuttgart.

  8. Baader-Meinhof Gang attacked U.S. troops, bases in 1970s ...

    Aug 05, 2005 · An Army officer was killed and 13 persons injured when bombs went off at V Corps headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany on May 11, 1972. A military policeman stands between the shattered glass doors ...

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    In 1909 Count von Zeppelin used Rhein-Main as a landing site for his dirigible Z-II. The facility was planned by Germany to be one of the most important European air terminals,The base opened as a German commercial airport in 1936, with the northern part of base used as a field for airplanes and the extreme southern part near Zeppelinheim serving as a base for rigid airships. That section of Rhein-Main later became the port for the Graf Zeppelin, its sister ship LZ-130, and, until 6 May 1937,...

    After the U.S. 7th Army moved through the Frankfurt area, the 826th Engineer Aviation Battalion (EAB), a unit of the IX Engineer Command, arrived at Frankfurt/Rhein-Main Airfield 26 April 1945 It was classified as Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) Y-73. On 11 May 1945, the engineers began the task of clearing rubble and reconstructing major buildings. The Army engineers also built new runways and extended and widened the existing runway, constructed aprons and hardstands as well as taxiways leadi...

    On 23 December 1999, the U.S. and German governments agreed to close the facility. The last military passenger and cargo flights took place in late September 2005 and the base's formal closure ceremony took place on 10 October 2005, although the final handover to the German government did not occur until 30 December 2005.Ramstein and Spangdahlem Air Bases took over all of Rhein-Main's airlift functions. The Frankfurt Airport Authority has proceeded with plans to level nearly the entire base t...

    1. ↑ American Overseas Schools Historical Society 2. ↑ This article incorporates public domain material from the Air Force Historical Research Agency website 1. Endicott, Judy G., USAF Active Flying, Space, and Missile Squadrons as of 1 October 1995. Office of Air Force History 1. Fletcher, Harry R., Air Force Bases Volume II, Active Air Force Bases outside the United States of America on 17 September 1982, Office of A...

    1. IX Engineer Command Airfield Information 2. Rhein Main Aerial Port Squadron information and Reunion Group 3. Rhein Main Military Dependents Reunion Group 4. 435th OMS Enroute MX

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    Is military base in Germany Kaiserslautern is located in the German State of Rhineland-Palatinado, which is in the part southwest of the country. The Rheinland-Pfalz borders on France, Luxembourg, Belgium and Sarre’s German conditions, Rhineland of the North-Westfalia, Hesse and Baden-Wurtemberg.

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