May 1966 Observation by the US Military Liaison Mission: "In May the FISHBED air defense regiment at Jueterbog twice deployed to the Reinsdorf grass strip; this was the first sighting of FISHBED F aircraft operating on a natural surface and added measurably to our knowledge of the aircraft's capabilities." Source: /USMLM 1966/
November 1966 Sighting of an expanded POL storage complex at Reinsdorf by the USMLM. The complex of 25 fuel storage tanks was consistent with that seen earlier at Hassleben and indicates the standardization of POL requirements at Soviet dispersal airfields. Source: /USMLM 1966/
MiG-21 FISHBED F from Altes Lager deployed to Reinsdorf grass strip in 1966 - Source: /USMLM 1966/ (Source: USMLM 1966)
In the 1970s
Reinsdorf Airfield on a map of the US Department of Defense from 1972 (Source: ONC E-2 (1972), Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection, University of Texas at Austin)
LOM 28: 1215 "ÄF"
LMM 28: 597 "Ä"
In the 1980s and early 1990s
10L/28R: 2400 m x 40 m Grass
10R/28L: 1200 m x 40 m Grass
The russian radio call sign of the airfield was BUTON (БУТОН).
The airfield gate in 1993.
/USMLM 1966/: United States Military Liaison Mission: "Unit History 1966"