SCHLOSS KASERNE

BUTZBACH, GERMANY

The ‘Schloss’ itself was build in the mid 1600’s. Since the 1800’s it was used as a Kaserne. After WW2 the american forces took over the premisses. Many units were stationed here, including infantry, military police and the NCO academy of the 3rd arm. division. Because of its historic background, it was called ‘the oldest US installation in germany’. In 1991 the US army left Schloss Kaserne in Butzbach.

MORE SCHLOSS KASERNE PHOTOS BELOW

11 thoughts on “SCHLOSS KASERNE

  1. I was the Chief Nurse of the 31st Combat Support Hospital at Schloss-Kaserne from
    1974 until they closed our unit in 1975. Butzbach was a wonderful town with quaint shops and wonderful restaurants like Verbs.

  2. I was station Butzbach for 8 months prior to leaving for Vietnam in 67-68 with the 69 Sig Batt was S-4 driver for 3 months until I made E-5

      1. I was a dependent In Butzback in 1984-86 we where lived in the ameeican housing there. My dad though worked out at Giessen up autobahn. I also went to new built DOD high school, Giessen Griffins in 86.

  3. When my family lived in housing for American dependents up the hill I went to the movie theater for the Saturday afternoon matinees at Schloss Kaserne. My Dad was assigned to 3/33 Armor Bn. at Ayers Kasrrne, 1969 a 1972.

  4. I was stationed at WARNER KASERNE
    in Munich 1960-62
    A Co. 21st Inf.
    I would like to see more pictures of
    it from those days

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