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Unit History: RAF Fasberg

RAF Fasberg
The former Royal Air Force Station Fassberg, more commonly known as RAF Fassberg, was a Royal Air Force airbase in Germany situated in the northern suburbs of Fassberg, Lower Saxony.The Station was involved in loading aircraft for the berlin airlift.
The RAF disestablished the station and was closed down in January 1957, formally handed over from the 23 LAA RAF Regiment to the German Air Force.
Fassberg was returned to the Bundeswehr, and is now the "Fassberg Army Air Base", and home to the German Army Aviators Corps "Army Aviators Light Transport Helicopter Regiment 10".

Active From: 1940 - 1957

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