|David King 22-10-2019|
From: United Kingdom
My father was a sargeant in the USAF and stationed at RAF Sturgate, Lincolnshire In the late 1950's until the station closed in early 1960's. Reading this brought back fond memories of seeing him there. Thank you.
|sheila anderson 09-07-2019|
From: United Kingdom
my father was a young lad and used to visit the guys at attlebridge norfolk ..he often has told us of the kind us airmen who used to give him chocolate and rides in their jeeps
|Jeff Brown 13-01-2019|
My father was shot down and taken POW shortly after bombing this air field with the 451st bomb group on 8/23/44. I was not aware that it was being used for aircraft production. Thank you for the info.
|C.H"Sonny" Carwile 11-02-2018|
Bring back many memories. I was stationed at Toul with the USAF from September 1955 until August 1958. Remember well General Ascani and Gen. Check Yeager who were also stationed there during this time as Wing Cmder and Squadron Commander
|Craig Singleton 24-10-2017|
Hello Ronald. What an excellent web site, informative and educational while remaining interesting. I designed and ran the RAF Carnage site from 2010 until June this year and it will be back online as part of another website later this year. I thought I'd let you know that someone has purchased the old website (that you have links to) and is now running a clothing web site on that address. It might be worth taking the links off until I get the new URL up and running. Again, congratulations on a great site. Kind regards Craig Singleton (formerly rafcranage.org.uk)
Als koude oorlog tijger met veel interesse je site bezocht. Erg leuk! Wist niet dat Gutersloh al zo snel verlaten was. Moest daar met mijn Leopard 2 regelmatig wachten op Harriers die vanuit de bospaden opstegen
|Peter V 29-01-2017|
Very interesting website, but apparently the contact buttons don't work. Also, quite a few photos show a blank, so some maintenance seems to be needed.
I was stationed at Herzo Artilary base Germany and never thaught Id ever see it again, thank you. do you know a site to complament your site where we can find our lost service buddys from this base. thank you greatly
|Bob T de Nasi 10-10-2016|
Very interesting, good informationm, web site well done. Many thanks for your job from Italy,Bob
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From: Canada, previously UK
I was looking around and wondered if you had found Winkleigh Devon, A mosquito base. Photos and information on this page. http://jackiefreemanphotography.com/raf_winkleigh.htm
brilliant site. well done. it has been very useful helping me identify or confirming UK airfields. keep up the good work. bilbo
Great Job! We plan on touring locations my father's stations during WWII, starting with B4. This site is invaluable. Thank You.
Very instructiv and useful site! Congratulations
I have been flying high a low over France for 35 years and wondered for all that time what those disused airfields'stories were. Thanks a lot for all those answers you bring. Congratulations for all the hard work!!!
Nice pages! -> but one question, where is Finland and their airfields?
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I have been looking for a site like this for a long time, stumbled onto your site, quite by accident. Glad i did. Appreciate your hard work. Great site. Thanks
|stuart kerr 26-12-2014|
From: United States
Was stationed there from 82-85. a lot of great memories. Thanks for the weeb sight
From: United States
Great site. I had always wondered about the histories of some of the places I had been stationed at in Germany. Boblingen, Nellingen, Goppingen, and of course Tempelhoff, though that is already quite documented, lol. Many thanks