Annenwalde: Airfield

Templin 2, Bredereiche

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CoordinatesN530813 E0131901 (WGS84) Google Maps
Former East GermanyDistrict of Neubrandenburg
Federal stateBrandenburg
Map with location of Annenwalde Airstrip, Germany
Germany during the Cold War Map

General

Annenwalde is a village about 11 km west of Templin, in the north of today's federal state Brandenburg. During the Cold War, the area belonged to East Germany and about 4 km west of Annenwalde was a reserve airfield on the training ground of the Soviet armed forces. Over time, NATO has given the airstrip several names: Annenwalde, Templin 2 and Bredereiche. The field had a approx. 3 km long runway with grass surface in approximate northwest-southeast orientation. There were no other facilities. A concrete aeronautical use is unknown to me. Today, the airfield is closed.

Location of airfield

The airfield was located ca. 13 km west of Templin and ca. 13 km south-southeast of Fürstenberg.

During the Cold War

Usage

Reserve airfield with soft runway on a Soviet training ground.

Situation

Annenwalde Airfield on a map from 1969
Annenwalde Airfield on a US map from 1969 - (Source: Earth Sciences and Map Library, University of California, Berkeley) (Source: Earth Sciences and Map Library, University of California, Berkeley)

Runways

  • 16/34: 3000 m Gras

Today

Usage

Closed.

Bibliography

  • Freundt, Lutz: "Sowjetische Fliegerkräfte in Deutschland 1945-1994, Band 3" Edition Freundt Eigenverlag, Diepholz 1999 - Short description.
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