Comments: Hello,I was born at the Hahn Airbase hospital on February 18, 1968. I will be visiting with my family and would like visit the hospital if it is still standing. Can you help me out.Sincerely,CPT Eric L. BryantUnited States Army
Comments: Spent 16 years in Holland/Germany. Was at Soesterberg from 76 to 82, then 84 to 88 at Zweibrucken, and then a COT to Hahn and was there when the Berlin wall came down. 8 months later I was back in the U.S. and Hahn was closed for good. We lived in Liederbach. Best schnitzle I've ever tasted from the liederbacher.
Comments: my father (clarence allen, 50th SPS) was stationed at hahn from summer 1980-summer 1983. we first lived in hirschfeld for about a month before base housing had an opening. we lived at 1339 C-6 just in front of the high school!! can't believe i remember that. i have so many memories of living on base and the many field trips we took. my mom remembers Der Fiedel Bauer a lot....yummy schnitzel! i had my first kiss in the stairwell of my building!! if anyone remembers me, goofy blonde, drop me a line. wouldn't mind hearing from: melissa adams, lynn evans, mike tournquist, jennifer dikio, the stevens brothers (parents were both teachers) and anyone else who remembers me or lived there during those years. and thanks to marc for this amazing page!!
Comments: I was stationed at Hahn AB from June of 1974 to June of 1976. Had a great time there. Made lot of new friends at the time. Never forget the cloudy weather all the time. Guess that is why I live in West Texas. lolI worked in OMS in E-section and during my last four or five months I worked in Tool Crib in Hanger 901. Hahn has great memories.