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> A.B. BALACI (TELEORMAN), There is a soviet air base, I think.
Jeroen
Posted: April 14, 2009 02:53 pm
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QUOTE (lancer_two_one @ September 29, 2008 11:49 am)
Within the marked area there are:
- the road that connects the base with Baraganu railway station,
- a small residential area on the same road known once as "technical NCO colony" (colonia maistrilor).
- the railroad that connects the base with the main line Bucharest- Fetesti.

There was/is no "old runway.

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Indeed Lucian

South of your pic there is more to see.
The road leading northnorthwest almost is symmetrical with the road leading southsouthwest towards amo store and Borcea/Dunarea river.
More Romanian A.B. feature such decentralized dislocation of subunits off the landing strip.Compare the MeKa former amo store or Ianca, amo and fuel stores.
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Posted: October 06, 2009 10:31 am
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Nothing new?
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Posted: January 27, 2013 10:38 am
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today I found this, on Open GIS. program esducational - harti rusesti

This post has been edited by lucian on January 27, 2013 10:39 am
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Posted: July 01, 2015 06:27 pm
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Cautand am gasit unele date din 1940-44, dar fara referire la aerodrom din pacate, unele informatii arata ca ......


Sturmartillerie-Abteilung 190
Wehrkreis responsible for formation: Wehrkreis III.
Date of Formation: 1 Oct.1940:
----- At the Jüterbog Truppenübungsplatz, Wehrkreis III.
First Commanding Officer: Oberstleutnant Haas-Joachim Haupt
Replacement Units or Replacement & Training Units:
----- Sturmartillerie-Lehr-Abteilung – Jüterbog.

UNIT HISTORY:
15 Nov.1940..... Unit declared ready for action.
26 Nov.1940..... Sturmartillerie-Abteilung 190 was originally intended to be assigned to 1. Armee, Heeresgruppe D, serving in France at this time.
5 Jan.1941..... Transfer to France was cancelled and Sturmartillerie-Abt.190 was rerouted to Rumania.
15 Jan.1941..... Unit arrived in Balaci, Rumania.
*7 Feb.1941..... Reorganized and redesignated Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung 190.

Si o poza https://scontent-fra3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphoto...b31&oe=5610CE39


Din pacate sursele indica alta pista de aterizare la Mirosi.

Miroşi
(ROM) (44 25 00 N – 24 54 00 E)
General
: emergency landing ground in south-central Romania 95 km W of Bucharest city
center and roughly 2.5 km W of the village of Miroşi.
History
: no information. No record
found of Luftwaffe use.
Surface and Dimensions
: grass or farmland surface measuring
approx. 550 x 550 meters (600 x 600 yards).
Infrastructure
: none.
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Sources
: AFHRA A5263 p.1495 (31 Dec 43); chronologies; BA-MA; NARA; PRO/NA; web
site ww2.dk]

sursa: http://www.ww2.dk/Airfields%20-%20Romania.pdf

Tot la aceasi sursa apare si informatii despre Rosiori de Vede

Roşiorii de Vede
(ROM) (c. 44 04 40 N – 24 57 00 E)
General
: airfield in S Romania 95 km WSW of Bucharest and 4 km SW of Roşiorii de Vede.
Rated for bombers.
History
: existed pre-war and used by the Luftwaffe in spring 1941 during the Apr-May
campaign in the Balkans. Inactive for several years and then used operationally by
Luftwaffe night fighters and bombers in spring and summer 1944.
Dimensions
: 1941 measured 1000 x 1000 meters. Extended and apparently reconfigured
during the war with mid-summer 1944 dimensions of approx. 1830 x 455 meters (2000 x
500 yards) giving it an irregular shape.
Surface and Runways
: grass surface. No paved runway.
Fuel and Ammunition
: fuel available. Ammunition stored in 5 sites off the W boundary and
3 more off the E boundary.
Infrastructure
: 1941 had 1 massive hangar, 2 smaller wooden hangars and a barracks area
for 1,900 men. An additional workshop building or hut off the N corner and several small
barrack huts were erected during the war. The nearest rail connection was in Roşiorii de
Vede.
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42
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Luftwaffe Airfields 1935-45
Dispersal
: there were no organized aircraft dispersals.
Defenses
: no information found.
Remarks
:
c. 15 Aug 44: total Luftwaffe station strength this date: 6 officers, 17 Beamten (officials),
345 NCOs and men, 14 German civilian workers, 92 Schuma, 95 Hiwi.
Operational Units
:
Romanian
: I Fighter Gp. (Nov 43 – Jul 44); VII Fighter Gp. (Nov 43 – Apr 44).
Luftwaffe
: 2./NJG 100 (elements) (Aug 44).
Station Commands
: Fl.H.Kdtr. E 6/VI (Jan 41); Fl.H.Kdtr. E 34/XIII (? - Mar 44); Fl.H.Kdtr.
E(v) 224/XVII (Apr-Aug 44).
Station Units
(on various dates – not complete): Nachschub-Kp. d.Lw. 5/XVII (Mar 41);
Wetternebenstelle 1192 (Aug 44); Werft-Abt. 102/VIII (Jul-Aug 44); Flak-Abt. 412 (one
Zug) (Aug 44); Störtrupp 3./Ln.-Abt. 81 (Aug 44); 3.Kp. Lw.-Bau-Btl. 101/XII (K) (Aug 44);
Feldbauleitung 6/Kuckuck (Aug 44); Flug-Betr.St.Kol. 505/I (elements) (Aug 44); Trsp.Kol.
104/XII (elements) (Aug 44); Schuma-Kp. (Aug 44).
[
Sources
: AFHRA A5263 p.1361 (31 May 44 updated to 25 Jan 45); chronologies; BA-MA;
NARA; PRO/NA; web site ww2.dk]

Spor la sapat si dupa alte date.
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