The main focus was on the handling of consumer goods and military equipment for troops stationed in Germany. The property – initially known as the Staging Area – was given the name Carl-Schurz-Kaserne in 1973. At the time there were stationed in addition to units of the US Army and United States Air Force and United States Navy.


7 thoughts on “CARL SCHURZ KASERNE

  1. I was stationed here from 83-86. I worked at the Vehicle Processing Center all 3 years ( when I wasn’t gone working in special operations supporting NATO Operations at one of the other Shipping Ports in the NATO Theater of Operations). I arrived as a Specialist 4, was Promoted to Specialist 5, then later the Specialist 5 Rank was permanently Retired and I lateraled to Sergeant. I left in 86 on the Staff Sergeant Promotion list and the Army had reassigned me to the Recruiting Command as a U.S. Army Recruiter. Of all of my Army Assignments in the U.S. and Overseas… Bremerhaven was my favorite, most loved and most productive. I also was a Member of the Bremerhaven Community Basketball Team ( The Port City Players) and we were Conference Champs 2 of the 3 years that I competed with the team. So many fond memories of Bremerhaven that I’d have to write a book to list them all. 😁❤️

  2. My name is Von Wiederrich. I was stationed at Carl Schurz Kaserne from June 1990 to June 1992. I had an amazing time while stationed there in Bremerhaven. My time in Germany has many great memories.

  3. My name is Tommy Bufkin, and my father was once stationed at this base where I had a lot of fond memories as a youngster and I am just trying to relive those memories

    1. My mom was stationed here as well, but at the hospital. This period of time defined my youth. The best of times. 1985-1988. I would love to go back.

  4. The Titel Photo is the German Carl-Schurz-Kaserne in Hardheim der German Army and not the US ARMY Kaserne in Bremerhaven.

  5. Das Foto ist nicht die Carl Schurz Kaserne in Bremerhaven…. this photo is not the Carl Schurz Kaserne in Bremerhaven…

  6. Mein Schwager war in Bremen stationiert und lernte meine Schwester kennen. Seine Geschichte wurde im WESER-KURIER veröffentlicht.

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