Comments: How could I ever forget Hahn Air Base? "The Rock" as we affectionately called it. It was the adventure of my life. I was stationed in the Army there from 1975 to 1978. I traveled to most of Western Europe from there, as it was the cold war years. During the wine-fest season of 76 I met my first love there in the WAF barracks. A beautiful WAF on her second day In-Country. Unfortunately, I was too young and ignorant to do anything about it. I would like to make ammends to her, however, and if she reads this she'll know me and the story.Great Web SiteCheers to all fellow vets from "The Rock",Bill Rains
Comments: I was in the 2nd AACS Sq., Mobile better known as "The Dirty Deuce" from 1954-1957. TDY trips included Etain AB, France and Aviano, Italy. Would like to hear from all the great guys and friends: Bob Moore, Boulder, CO, Jack Jordon, Mississippi, Frank Reeb, Kansas, Paul Okuye, CA, Neal Gray, ?, John Meyer, ? Willie Wilbanks,War Daddy Helms, Concord NC.Richard Bryan, El Paso, Tx (one fist of iron, the other steele), he played for the "Hahn Hawks" football team. Saw many games with at least a foot of snow on ground. Sure would like to hear from some of those guys. He wasn't in the Deuce, but wonder what ever happened to that Captain that was an F-86 driver at Hahn during that time. I think his name was Chuck Yeager.
Comments: From 85-88 I worked at the Vehicle Operations flight in the 50th Trans Sq. Greg Jokines, Mike Sabo, Randy Adkins, and many others to include the German supervisor, Mr Charlie Braun were just a few of the good people I knew there.
Comments: Served at Hahn from 1959 - 1961 in the 50APRON after moving up from France. Played Football the time I was there. If any of the ball players are around contact me to talk over old times. One of the best times of my life were spent at Hahn.