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The former Royal Air Force Station Rheindahlen, more commonly known as RAF Rheindahlen, was a non-flying Royal Air Force military base, part of the Rheindahlen Military Complex in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany - part of British Forces Germany (BFG).

Established after World War II it served mainly as the administrative support centre for the 2nd Tactical Air Force (2TAF). It was disbanded in 1993 and amalgamated with the other military support units at Rheindahlen.[1]

Is now occupied by the British Army, as HQ United Kingdom Support Command (Germany) - HQ UKSC(G).

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Coordinates: 51°10′45″N 6°19′30″E / 51.1791°N 6.3251°E / 51.1791; 6.3251

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