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|Another instance of helicopters flying to, from, or near Balad Air Base, one of the busiest airbases in the world: Two UH-60's on their final approach to Balad Air Base.||02/10/2007||965|
|A UH-60 Black Hawk flying over Balad Air Base in Balad, Iraq.||02/11/2007||1,081|
|US Advance Base at Southern Balad Airport||01/02/2006||930|
|Lots of bunkers and storage facilities for planes at this Jordanian air base.||10/28/2006||638|
|Organized by Q-Dance every year, a 16 hours Houseparty|
Bunkers, ammunition depots and a huge hangar on a derelict army base, just over the German border, Q-BASE festival.
Open doors at 4 in the afternoon til 8 the next morning.
|At the beach near Cap Breton in Aquitane, France, you can see the remains of Bunkers which should protect occupied France for the landing of the allied Forces. These Bunkers are now, 60 years later, washed out by the sea of the Dunes where they originally where placed. They were never used, because the D-Day invasion occured some 300 miles away in the north of France.|
|Former NATO amunition bunkers. Today it's used for several matters: Mushroom production, storage depots and so on. Even a hotel has been build and the rooms are inside the bunkers:|
Click on Ferienhäuser and Gew. Nutzung and you can see. The text is in german.
|These are a group of bunkers that used to hold amunition produced in the delapidated builings just south of the 2 lane highway. The locals report they are empty but there is a high fence and some mean dogs there. It looks like a farmer has taken advantage of a couple of the bunkers. firstname.lastname@example.org||07/11/2006||648|
|The 1./M.A.A. (Marine Artillerie Abteilung) 205 manned the bunkers built here, north of Hoek van Holland. |
The complex consisted of
* one M 152 (Marine-Artilleriekommandostand),
* one R 621 (Gruppenunterstand) and
* three M 151 (Mannschaftsunterstand für 1/3/24).
The bunkers were interconnected by covered trenches. These trenches and the bunk...
|The reinforced position of the city of Liege (Belgium) was a part of an extensive network of fortresses as a protection against an invasion by an enemy. It forms an arc that reaches from Comblain-au-Pont to Visé. |
The defence lines around Liege stretched over a length of 60 kilometres and comprised strong ‘modern’ blockhouses (Tancremont, Battice and Aubin-Neufchâteau) and smalle...
|Vierville Artillery Bunkers, Cannon, Ponton-Bridge||08/25/2009||416|
|hitlers bunker complex and other surrounding bunkers in berlin||07/27/2007||2,522|