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3. ARMY / USAREUR / Germany / Sembach

Last modified: 18 May 2021, submitted by: Joker
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Country: United States    Region: Overseas

Locale: Germany - Sembach

Latitude: 49° 30' 23" N     Longitude: 7° 51' 51" E

Area use / Military Branches: ACTIVE

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Sembach annex is part of the US Army Rheinland Pfalz garrison http://www.rp.army.mil/

Historical:
Former Sembach airbase; originally used after WW1 by French occupation army. In 1939 taken over by nazi luftwaffe for a new fighterbase. After WW2 construction of Sembach Auxiliary Airfield. 1953 ops as Sembach airbase with 66th Tac Recce Wing (TRW) and its subordinate units. After that Sembach airbase was used by many other units until 1998.

After German reunification Sembach flightline returned to German control 1995 and the site became under command of Ramstein Airbase renamed Sembach Annex In 1998 German government started to dismantle the airfield and returned ownership to local government. The remaining Sembach Annex facilities were taken over by USAr with a some tenant units remaining.

Current status:
Sembach, Heuberg Barracks a.k.a. Sembach annex is hosting these units.
- Regional Health Command Europe http://rhce.amedd.army.mil/index.cfm
- Hq Installation Management Command (IMCOM) Europe http://home.army.mil/imcom-europe/
- 598 Transportation Brigade
- 30 Medical Brigade Hq
- 18 MP Brigade Hq
- US Army NATO Brigade Hq
- USAr Europe Band
- Military family housing area

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Patsy, patsm00re18@gmail.com | 21. March 2022 18:01

ARMY / USAREUR / Germany / Sembach

Sembach Kaserne dates back to 1919, when French occupation soldiers used the existing flightline as an airstrip following World War I, with 10 sheet-iron barracks and 26 canvas-covered wooden hangars.

Patsy, patsm00re18@gmail.com | 21. March 2022 18:00

ARMY / USAREUR / Germany / Sembach

The beginnings of Sembach Kaserne may be traced back to 1919, when French occupation soldiers utilized the eastern portion of the current flightline as an airstrip following World War I. The French facilities included ten sheet-iron barracks and 26 canvas-covered wooden hangars.

WiiliamW, nikker48510@gmail.com | 15. March 2022 12:25

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