Comments: Wow. This site is incredible and is bringing back so many memories for me! My husband, Gene "Ob" and I were stationed at Hahn from August 1989 until January 1992. We were there with my stepkids, Tim and Shawna who attended the grade and middle schools there, and our two kids, Erin and Gene-Gene. First we lived off base, then when I was pregnant with my son, Jon (born in Traben-Trarbach in 1991) we moved on base. Ob and I worked in the 2184th Comm: He was computers and worked for Captain Kamien and a German named Lothar. I worked at the radio station with Derrick A.D. Simmons and a few others whose names I can't remember. Sorry! We did tons of volksmarches, drank wine, and hung out with Frank and Debbie Lange, as well as Jim Morris, and another young couple named Al and Linda. I know Frank and Debbie went to Arizona, then I lost track of them, and the last I heard from Jim, he was at Scott AFB. We absolutely loved it at Hahn and didn't want to leave. Please, if anyone knows how to get in touch with any of the people I mentioned, except for Captain Kamien, I'd love to get in contact with them again. Actually, it would be cool to hear from anyone who might remember us, actually. Now, back to reliving old memories, like the Exercise: ALARM RED sounds, diving under the desk in the chem gear that was too big for me, and the many, many 12 hour shifts we worked due to the Local Salty Nation exercises.Cindy
Comments: I was stationed at Hahn from May 84 to June 86. I crewed F-16 # 81-0697 496AMU. just wanted to say Hi. My time at Hahn was two of the best years of my life. If you remember me drop me a line.
Added: November 23, 2006
Submitted by Name: Dan "Danno" Courtney From: St. Louis, MO E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: 50th EMS (Missiles), 1977-1980. Our son was born there in '79. Lots of great memories: Hahn Baptist Church, living outside of Sohren (at "Zum Gretenhof"), driving the Mosel valley, playing ping-pong and pinochle between the night-shift post-flight inspections during the many (do you remember how many!?!) alerts. I remember working hard for long shifts, falling exchange rates, freezing rain, no sunshine for 30+ days at a shot, and "Exercise Alarm Black". And thinking back, I wouldn't change a thing. Y'all take care!
Comments: Was a Air Force Dependent there at Hahn AFB from 1984-1990 My dad was stationed with 50th EMS. Got to meet some of the guys from the Army post who were at Charlie Battery ones like Salinas, Cushing, Kevin McClain and so forth. Anyone that went to school there during that time at the high shool that remembers a Dawn Reckinger drop me a line. Also knew a Drew Campbell from 50th EMS squadron if your out there let me know how things are going with ya. Hope some people out there I ring a bell to don't hesitate to get in touch. Would love to hear from you!
Comments: I was stationed at Hahn from '62-'66. Crew Chief on F-100 (10TFS). Played football (defensive back) for the Hahn Hawks. So many wonderful memories: great times in Lautzenhausen, NCO club gatherings for nickel beer,TDY to Wheelus AFB,rain any time you looked up... and the list goes on. Truly a memorable time in my life.
Comments: I was at Hahn Air Base from 1990-1992. I worked in Information Management and would love to hear from any of my friends. Doug Grooms, Larry Hannah, Catrina... and my hot Italian dance partner who called me his "fly girl" LOLSo many good memories!