Comments: I was stationed at Hahn in 1971-72,as an aircraft mechanic on the T-29. I had a great time there and treasure the experience. If you were on the flight line at that time and can remember me or my supervisor, please e-mail. Thanks!
Added: August 25, 2006
Submitted by Name: Jesse Aguilar From: Los Angeles, California E-mail: email@example.com
Comments: i was born at hahn airbase in 1979. it's really cool that you have this site, i never knew much about the area and now i can look at all kinds of stuff. my mom is reallt excited about it too.
Comments: I was at hahn airforce base with my dad from 1977-1981...Plus my brother was born there... it's cool that there is a web site out there that shows him what it looked like... Plus all kinds of things come back from when i was there.... excited am i..
Comments: I was stationed at Hahn from 1979-1981 as a law enforcement SP. I worked closely with two German CSU's- Karl Kazda and Mannfred Fritz, and I would love to know if Karl is still around. I believe he lived in beucenbueren.....
Added: August 25, 2006
Submitted by Name: Linda (Talsma) Gray From: Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, NV E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: Was a dependent stationed with my Dad, Charles Talsma, First Sergeant. Was there from 66-69 and went to Hahn K-9. Lots of great memories
Comments: Great connecting with some of the guys from the 50th Air Police Squadron from the guest book on this site. I was at hahn from 1966-69. What's really strange is the fact I couldn't wait to get out of that place. I look back now, and I only remember the good times; Breakfast at the "First G" after a midnight shift, some great times down in Boppard at Die Falle, Wine Fests at Bernkastel, Zell and other places. Had some great times with some great guys. And I'd like to connect with more of them:Glenn SmithStew KellumGary LongMarty JonesMark RansdaleOK. That's just a few...where are you. I know as us 'baby boomers' reach retirement age, we'll have more time on our hands and maybe do more computer surfing...or not!Don Markofski, 50th APRON, 1966-69
Comments: I made my first bed at Hahn High School. I wrecked car on K-2 and was in a coma for 45 days. About 4 years later I made my second bed. I will be showing it at the YBOR CITY ARTS FESTIVAL, near Tampa Florida, on September 16 and 17. I hope to meet a few Hawks at the Arts Festival. Dave
Comments: I was stationed at Hahn from 1972 - 1974 and have wonderful memories of living in Germany and going on adventures through the Hunsruck and Mosel with my buddies and a fresh loaf of Bread, Cheese and a bottle of wine. Thanks for creating this website in Memory of Hahn AFB and to the millions of personal human adventures that began within those gates.