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... The 7351st Air Base Squadron was activated in January 1953, and assumed control of Landsberg as the host unit on 1 July ... Having joined NATO in 1955, West Germany could begin to establish the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) ... of airfields and training grounds and possibilities for training German pilots were investigated ...
1949–1990), and Occupied Berlin (West Berlin) (1947–1990) Bitburg Air Base (Closed 1994) Erding Air Base Turned over to West German Air Force, 1960 Remained in occasional use by USAFE until 1989 Fürsten ...
... One year after the foundation of the Bundeswehr the British forces handed over the airfield to the German Army on 29 November 1957 ... After Niedermendig and parallel to Fritzlar Celle was one of the first garrisons of the German Army Aviation Corps, at the time the youngest branch of the German ... Peculiarly, from 1959 until 1967 two transport wings of the German Air Force were also stationed at Celle ...
... Fürstenfeldbruck Air Base (German "Fliegerhorst Fürstenfeldbruck" now "Flugplatz Fürstenfeldbruck") is a German Air Force airfield located near the town ... Fürstenfeldbruck became famous first as the main training base for the German Luftwaffe during World War II, then as the site of the Munich massacre of nine ... It is currently inactive for German Air Force flight operations, but remains the home of the German Air Force Officer Training School ...
... The German Air Force began selling its Noratlases in 1964, and is the source for most of the aircraft for the smaller national operators listed below ...
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