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European Tropospheric Scatter - Army (ET-A Microwave Communication System)
Basisseite "ET-A System" - Station Bremerhaven (Carl-Schurz Kaserne)
 
ET-A Station Bremerhaven (Carl-Schurz Kaserne)
Site Code : 52
Position    : 53°35'10.34"N/8°33'05.37"E
Höhe üNN : -2 m
Status :
Status heute: 
Ansicht     :  (1)
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Übersichtspläne - Bezeichnungen - Transmitterverbindungen

ET-A System - Linienplan, von 1966
ET-A System - Station Bremerhaven > siehe Linienplan
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ET-A System - Station Bremerhaven > ET-A System - Station Linderhofe
Entfernung zwischen den Stationen - Luftlinie - 175,00 Km
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Link Seiten, Wikipedia
Thema - Bremerhaven Army Airfield [1]
Autor   - Wikipedia
Quelle  - Wikipedia
URL     - Wikipedia

Thema - Liste der geschlossenen amerikanischen Militärstandorte in Deutschland [2]
Autor   - Wikipedia
Quelle  - Wikipedia
URL     - Wikipedia

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Beschreibungen
 
"ET-A Station Bremerhaven" - die Daten

 
"ET-A Station Bremerhaven" - die Geschichte

"Although northwest Germany was to become a British occupation zone, an exclave was granted to the US Army in the area between Bremen and Nordholz. The US needed a support point with a harbour, to allow the unhindered support of US forces in the American Occupation Zone in Southern Germany. The US Army moved into the airfield as early as May 1945, and used the port to return troops from Europe to the United States. Until 1947 the US airforce also used the Nordholz Airbase.
Initially several locations were used by the Americans, but over time they were reduced in number until by the 1960s they all merged into the joint location referred to as the "Staging Area" and became home to units of the US Army Terminal Command, Europe (USATCEUR), US Navy, US Coast Guard and US Air Force. In 1973 the barracks were renamed Carl Schurz Barracks.After the Cold War ended the US reduced their presence in Germany. In an effort to further reduce costs most of the goods were sent through the Dutch port of Rotterdam, ending the need for Bremerhaven. This ended the American presence and the military units were withdrawn in 1993, leaving only a small civilian contignent to coordinate the remaining transshipments.Today, the former airfield has been redeveloped into a large storage yard for the Bremerhaven shipping facilities."[1] 

 
"ET-A Station Bremerhaven" - heute (1)

Das Gelände der Liegenschaft, mit den vorhandenen Gebäuden, ist unter Google Earth erkennbar.

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Bild - Quellenangaben
(1) Google Earth/Google Street



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Text - Quellenangaben

[1] Wikipedia, Bremerhaven Army Airfield

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bremerhaven_Army_Airfield

[2] Wikipedia, Liste der geschlossenen amerikanischen Militärstandorte in Deutschland

[2] https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der_geschlossenen_amerikanischen_Militärstandorte_in_Deutschland



 
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