List of United States Army installations in Germany


List of United States Army installations in Germany

Existing installations

*Aartal Kaserne Herbonseelbach (closed in June 1992)
*Anderson Barracks, Dexheim (closed in 2008)
*Argonner Kaserne, Hanau (closing by 2009)
*Artillery Kaserne, Garmisch-Partenkirchen
*Bamberg Local Training Area, Bamberg
*Barton Barracks, Ansbach
*Benjamin Franklin Village, Mannheim
*Cambrai-Fritsch Kaserne, Darmstadt (closing in 2008)
*Campbell Barracks, Heidelberg
*Coleman Barracks, Mannheim
*Conn Barracks, Schweinfurt
*Faulenberg Kaserne, Würzburg (closing in 2008)
*Flak Kaserne, Augsburg
*Francois Kaserne, Hanau
*Funari Barracks, Mannheim
*Gießen Depot, Gießen (closing in 2008)
*Grafenwöhr Training Area, Grafenwöhr/Vilseck
*Griesheim Army Airfield/Stars and Stripes Kaserne, Griesheim (closing 2008) Stars & Stripes moving to Kaiserslautern
*Grossauheim Kaserne, Hanau (closing by 2009)
*Hammonds Barracks, Seckenheim
*Heidelberg Army Airfield, Heidelberg
* [http://www.hohenfels.army.mil Hohenfels Training Area] /Joint Multinational Readiness Center, Hohenfels (Upper Palatinate)
*Husterhoeh Kaserne, Pirmasens
*Hutier Kaserne, Hanau (closing in 2009)
*Kaiserslautern Military Community
*Katterbach Kaserne, Ansbach
*Kelley Barracks/Nathan Hale Depot, Darmstadt (closing 2008)
*Kelley Barracks, Stuttgart
*Kilbourne Kaserne, Heidelberg
*Lampertheim Training Area, Lampertheim
*Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Landstuhl
*Ledward Barracks, Schweinfurt
*Leighton Barracks, Würzburg (closing in 2008)
*Mark Twain Village, Heidelberg (expanding)
*McCully Barracks, Wackernheim
*Miesau Army Depot, Miesau
*Nachrichten Kaserne, Heidelberg
*Panzer Kaserne, Stuttgart
*Patch Barracks, Stuttgart
*Pulaski Barracks, Kaiserslautern
*Patrick Henry Village, Heidelberg
*Patton Barracks, Heidelberg
*Rhein Ordnance Barracks, Kaiserslautern
*Robinson Barracks, Stuttgart
*Rose Barracks, Vilseck
*Shipton Kaserne, Ansbach
*Smith Barracks, Baumholder
*Spinelli Barracks, Mannheim
*Storck Barracks, Illesheim
*Strassburg Barracks, Idar-Oberstein
*Sullivan Barracks, Mannheim
*Taylor Barracks, Mannheim
*Tompkins Barracks, Schwetzingen
*Warner Barracks, Bamberg
*Wiesbaden Army Airfield, Wiesbaden
*Wolfgang Kaserne, Hanau (closing by 2009)
*Würzburg Hospital, Würzburg (closing in 2008)

The rationale behind the large number of closures is that the strategic functions of the bases, originally designed to serve as forward posts in any war against the Soviet Union, are no longer relevant since the end of the Cold War.

Former installations

*Abrams Complex, Frankfurt am Main (Closed in 1995)
*Andrews Barracks, Berlin (closed in 1993)
*Armstrong Kaserne, Budingen (Closed in 2007)
*Artillery Kaserne, Neckarsulm (closed in 1991)
*Ayers Kaserne, Kirch Goens (closed in 1997)
*Aschaffenburg Local Training Area, Aschaffenburg (closed in 2007)
*Babenhausen Kaserne, Babenhausen (closed in 2007)
*Bad Aibling Station, Bad Aibling, Bavaria (closed in 2004}
*Badenerhof Kaserne, Heilbronn (closed in 1991)
*Beeskowdamm Compound, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Bismarck Kaserne, Schwäbisch Gmünd (closed in 1991)
*Black Horse Kaserne, Pherson Barracks, Fulda (closed in 1994)
*Camp Pieri, Wiesbaden (Dotzheim) (closed c. 1993)
*Carl Schurz Kaserne Bremerhaven (closed in 1993)
*Christensen Barracks (Bindlach)
*Coleman Kaserne, Gelnhausen (closed in 1992)
*Cooke Barracks, Göppingen (closed in 1991)
*DEH Compound, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Dolan Barracks, Schwaebisch Hall, closed in 1993
*Doughboy City MOUT, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Downs Barracks [(Fulda)] (closed 1993)
*Drake Kaserne, Frankfurter Berg (Frankfurt am Main) (closed in 1992)
*Dueppel Housing Area, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Edwards Kaserne, Frankfurter Berg (Frankfurt am Main) (closed in 1992)
*Feucht Army Airfield, Nuremberg (closed in 199?), "homepage:" [http://www.nbgmil.com/feucht_army_airfield/ Unofficial homepage]
*Finthen Army Airfield, Mainz (closed in 1992),
*Flak Kaserne, Augsburg (closed in 1990s)
*Flak-Kaserne Ludwigsburg (closed in 1991) [http://www.flak-kaserne-ludwigsburg.de/ Unofficial homepage - English/German]
*Fliegerhorst Airfield Kaserne, Hanau (closed in 2007)
*Ferris Barracks, Erlangen (closed in 1994) [http://www.ferrisbarracks.com/ Unofficial homepage - English/German]
*Fort Skelly, Regensburg (closed in 1965)
*Francois Kaserne, Hanau (closed in 1993)
*Gablingen Kaserne, Augsburg (closed in 1998)
*George C. Marshall Kaserne, Bad Kreuznach (closed in 2001)
*Gerszewski Barracks, Karlsruhe (closed in 1994)
*Giebelstadt Army Air Field, Giebelstadt (closed in 2006)
*Grenadier Kaserne, Stuttgart/Zuffenhausen Located just below Robinson Barracks
*Gruenewald Training Area, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Hardt Kaserne, Schwäbisch Gmünd (closed in 1991)
*Harvey Barracks, Kitzingen (closed in 2007)
*Henry Kaserne, [Munich]
*Herzo Base, Herzogenaurach (closed in 1992) [http://www.herzobase.org/ Unofficial homepage(1)] , [http://herzobase.nurnbergmilitaryarea.com/ Unofficial homepage(2)]
*Hessen Homberg Kaserne, Hanau (closed in 199?)
*Hospital Kaserne, Bad Kreuznach (closed in 2001)
*Jaeger Kaserne, Aschaffenburg (closed in 1992)
*JAROC Processing Compound, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Johnson Barracks, Fürth (closed in 1992) [http://www.nurnbergmilitaryarea.com/johnsonbarracks/ Unofficial homepage]
*Krabbenloch Kaserne, Ludwigsburg (closed in 1993)
*Kreuzberg Kaserne, Zweibrücken (closed in 1993)
*Kitzingen near Wurzburg (closed in 2007)
*Larson Barracks, Kitzingen (closed in 2007)
*Lee Barracks, Mainz (closed in 1992)
*Lucius D. Clay Compound,Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Lucius D. Clay Kaserne Garlstedt (closed 1992/1993)
*Ludendorf Kaserne, Ludwigsburg, closed in 1992/1993
*McGraw Kaserne, Munich (closed in 1992)
*McKee Barracks, Crailsheim, closed in 1993
*McNair Barracks, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*McNair Kaserne, Höchst, Frankfurt am Main (closed in 1994)
*McPheeters Barracks,Bad Hersfeld (closed)
*Merrell Barracks, Nuremberg (closed in 1992) [http://www.nurnbergmilitaryarea.com/merrellbarracks/ Unofficial homepage]
*Michael Barracks, Höchst, Frankfurt am Main (closed in 1994)
*Minick Kaserne, Bad Kreuznach (closed 1995?)
*Monteith Barracks, Fürth (closed in 1993) [http://www.nurnbergmilitaryarea.com/monteithbarracks/ Unofficial homepage]
*Muna Installation, Bamberg (Closed in 2008)
*Münster Kaserne/Münster-Dieburg Special Weapons Depot, Münster-Dieburg (closed 1995?)
*Nellingen Barracks, Nellingen (closed in 1992)
*Nelson Kaserne, Neu-Ulm (closed in 1991)
*Neureut Kaserne, Karlsruhe
*O'Brien Barracks, Schwabach (closed in 1993) [http://www.nurnbergmilitaryarea.com/obrienbarracks/ Unofficial homepage]
*Pinder Barracks, Zirndorf (closed in 199?) [http://www.nurnbergmilitaryarea.com/pinderbarracks/ Unofficial homepage]
*Pioneer Kaserne, Hanau (closed in 2008)
*Peden Barracks, Wertheim (closed in 1992)
*Phillips Barracks, Karlsruhe
*Pond Barracks, Amberg (closed 1995)
*Ray Barracks, Friedberg (closed 2007)
*Ready Kaserne, Aschaffenburg (closed in 1992)
*Reece Barracks, Augsburg (closed in 1994?)
*Rheinland, kaserne, Ettlingen closed 1992
*Rose Barracks, Bad Kreuznach (closed in 2001)
*Roosevelt Barracks, Berlin (closed in 1992)
*Schlangenbader Housing Area, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Schloss Kaserne, Butzbach (closed ?)
*Sheridan Kaserne, Augsburg (closed in 1998)
*Sickels Army Airfield, Fulda (closed in 1993)
*Smiley Barracks, Karlsruhe
*Strub Kaserne (Gebirgsjäger Kaserne), Berchtesgaden (closed in 1995)
*Sundgauer Housing Area, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*S&S Compound, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Taukkunen Barracks, Worms (closed in 1996)
*Teufelsberg Spy Station, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Thomas Jefferson Village, Worms (closed in 1999)
*Truman Plaza, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Turley Barracks, Mannheim (closed in 2007)
*Turner Barracks, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Underwood Kaserne, Hanau (closed in 2008)
*US Army Hospital Berlin, Berlin (closed in 1994)
*Virginia Kaserne, Munich 1966
*Warner Kaserne, Munich 1966
*Wharton Barracks, Heilbronn (closed in 1989)
*Wildflecken Kaserne, Wildflecken
*Wiley Barracks, Neu-Ulm (closed in 1991)
*Will Kaserne, Munich 1966
*W.O. Darby Kaserne, Fürth (closed in 1995) [http://www.nurnbergmilitaryarea.com/wodarbykaserne/ Unofficial homepage]
*Yorkhof Kaserne, Hanau (closed in 2008)


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