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steve_graham
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Age : 56
Localisation : Duesseldorf & München
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Registration date : 2007-03-09

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PostSubject: This was a RAF Hospital   This was a RAF Hospital Icon_minitime4/8/2008, 22:30

According to my Birth Certificate this was a RAF Hospital not a BMH one. Is BMH still correct???
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Teabag
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Localisation : Merseyside
Cap Badge : Royal Signals
Places Served : Wildenrath Detmold
Registration date : 2008-10-30

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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   This was a RAF Hospital Icon_minitime30/10/2008, 20:14

It was an RAF hospital but served all forces in the area. Our first was born there and I was army. I also spent a short time in there with a cyst under a tooth.
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Phlegmwahn
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Number of posts : 39
Age : 70
Localisation : Scarfskerry, Caithness
Cap Badge : Royal Engineers
Places Served : Paderborn, London, Rheindahlen, Dhekelia, Laarbruch, Brunssum, Hannover, Minden, Bulford, London
Registration date : 2008-11-22

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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   This was a RAF Hospital Icon_minitime22/11/2008, 19:15

The correct designation of this hospital was RAF(H) Wegberg
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Nasha
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Places Served : Cardington Weeton Stoke Heath Bicester Eindhoven Abingdon
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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   This was a RAF Hospital Icon_minitime1/2/2009, 17:24

During my time at RAF Eindhoven '53-'56 I transported (as a MT driver) quite a few wives to this hospital to have their offsping. I took in one and came out with two and a few times three, counting the mother!!
Although I never visited as a patient I found it to be a very clean and capable hospital but then the RAF did have the best doctors....!!
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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   This was a RAF Hospital Icon_minitime22/2/2009, 17:03

Two of my Children were born in Wegberg Military Hospital (RAF if you must,lol) 1973 and 1976, bloody hell they are nearly as old as me now bless their little hearts!!!
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Teabag
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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   This was a RAF Hospital Icon_minitime29/6/2009, 22:35

chris877 wrote:
Two of my Children were born in Wegberg Military Hospital (RAF if you must,lol) 1973 and 1976, bloody hell they are nearly as old as me now bless their little hearts!!!

My first was also born in 1973 at Wegberg. Sadly we lost her in 1977. I have a very tatty old postcard of Wegberg in aerial view. The Wegberg ring was a famous car race track at one point I understand?
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wozcav
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Number of posts : 9
Localisation : North Yorkshire
Cap Badge : RAF
Places Served : RAF: Binbrook/Marham/LUQA/Bawtry/Waddington/JEVER 2TAF/WILDENRATH RAFG/Patrington/Staxton Wold/Bempton
Registration date : 2011-03-17

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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   This was a RAF Hospital Icon_minitime17/3/2011, 17:22

Just joined BFG today and so belatedly note ref. to Teabag as posting a photo of RAF WEGBERG on the Site, can any one point me to it please? My Son born there 1963 pre our End-of-Tour and any photos would be great. Yes it was RAF but my friends in all the Arms
were treated there in my days! Thanks!
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whitehorse660
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Number of posts : 63
Localisation : wiltshire
Cap Badge : RMP
Places Served : Herford, Werl (twice), Berlin, Dusseldorf, Dortmund, Sennelager.
Registration date : 2009-11-23

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wozcav wrote:
Just joined BFG today and so belatedly note ref. to Teabag as posting a photo of RAF WEGBERG on the Site, can any one point me to it please? My Son born there 1963 pre our End-of-Tour and any photos would be great. Yes it was RAF but my friends in all the Arms
were treated there in my days! Thanks!
First of all, Welcome. The only time I ever went to a BMH was in Wegberg. He said it wouldn't hurt, I have reason to believe he told me a "Fibby", it hurt like hell. However, the Staff were great, the food outstanding and considering my Father was RAF, he told me it was my fault for letting the Family down for being a "Pongo".
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wozcav wrote:
Just joined BFG today and so belatedly note ref. to Teabag as posting a photo of RAF WEGBERG on the Site, can any one point me to it please? My Son born there 1963 pre our End-of-Tour and any photos would be great. Yes it was RAF but my friends in all the Arms
were treated there in my days! Thanks!

Hi, just follow this link. http://baor-locations.co.uk/RAFWegberg.aspx
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wozcav
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Number of posts : 9
Localisation : North Yorkshire
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Places Served : RAF: Binbrook/Marham/LUQA/Bawtry/Waddington/JEVER 2TAF/WILDENRATH RAFG/Patrington/Staxton Wold/Bempton
Registration date : 2011-03-17

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Thanks Teabag, link greatly appreciated and pleased with result. Memories of the 'Wegberg-Ring' and 'Bendy-Corridors' abide, we surely miss those days........'ALERTS' apart that is! Very Happy
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jim
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Number of posts : 1291
Localisation : Sutton Coldfield
Cap Badge : RAOC
Places Served : Dad, Hamburg, Bad Oeynhausen, Iserlohn, Bury, Osnabruck, Worcester. Me Detmold, Bielefeld, NI, HK
Registration date : 2008-01-03

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Hi woz and welcome mate,

Bendy corridors?
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wozcav
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Thanks welcome again Jim!
Very Happy
Yes dubbed 'Bendy' re. their anglings in layout.
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Phlegmwahn
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Number of posts : 39
Age : 70
Localisation : Scarfskerry, Caithness
Cap Badge : Royal Engineers
Places Served : Paderborn, London, Rheindahlen, Dhekelia, Laarbruch, Brunssum, Hannover, Minden, Bulford, London
Registration date : 2008-11-22

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Our family has particularly fond memories of RAF (H) Wegberg. Our second son was born there in Dec 1970 when we were living in Rheindahlen. Our third son was born there in Feb 1977 when we were living in Weeze (RAF Laarbruch). The German midwife immediately recognised my wife not only because of our name but because of the speed and ease with which she was able to give birth. A great hospital and lovely staff.
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Crunchie
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Number of posts : 15
Age : 56
Localisation : Leigh lancs
Cap Badge : RCT
Places Served : Aldershot, Munsterlager, Minden, Duisburg, Belfast, Falkland Islands, Catterick.
Registration date : 2009-11-25

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chris877 wrote:
Two of my Children were born in Wegberg Military Hospital (RAF if you must,lol) 1973 and 1976, bloody hell they are nearly as old as me now bless their little hearts!!!



I remember your two "little angels" running around Munsterlager Chris, how time passes mate. Hope you are all well. Laughing

Crunchie.
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Northagnick
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Number of posts : 31
Age : 70
Localisation : Cornwall
Cap Badge : Royal Signals
Places Served : Krefeld, Verden, Blandford Catterick Loughboro Culty Braggan.
Registration date : 2011-07-18

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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   This was a RAF Hospital Icon_minitime18/7/2011, 20:27

I have mixed feelings and memories of RAF Wegberg. 1972 was in the orthopaedic ward for 4 weeks with a very bad injury to my arm, was well looked after and had a great time hiding the cans of stout under my bed, aided and abetted by a young nurse called Williams.

The parting memory is one of great sadness. Our son Jamie was born in 25th April 1974, healthy boy, no problems, tragically died of a cot death in the maternity ward, only 5 days old and is now laid to rest in the Military Cemetery Rheindahlen, there are so many babies buried there.
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steve
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Localisation : near Cuxhaven
Cap Badge : Royal Signals + Royal Engineers
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Registration date : 2010-02-14

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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   This was a RAF Hospital Icon_minitime19/7/2011, 17:21

Welcome to the Forum Nick
A very sad story...my daughter was born in RAF Wegberg Oct 1976...I was present at the birth good job as three births were happened at the same time...and remember she did not breathe for a couple of minutes due to excessive fluid on her lungs...anyway she was OK and was so happy to hear her cry...when were you at Verden?
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Steve
1 Div Verden Aller Jan 67 to Nov 69
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Northagnick
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Number of posts : 31
Age : 70
Localisation : Cornwall
Cap Badge : Royal Signals
Places Served : Krefeld, Verden, Blandford Catterick Loughboro Culty Braggan.
Registration date : 2011-07-18

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Hi Steve,
I was at 1div hq and penal battalion as it was more affectionly known from early 77 to Dec 78 then I found the escape tunnel and legged it.........
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hi just realised that I am a buckshee again..............
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Bloody ell that was quick promotion................
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Northagnick
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We had terrible time with our son, the Army in its wisdom decided to post us out within 4 weeks of his death, so we had no time to grieve and no way of getting back to visit the grave. In fact they posted me to 30 sigs, in on the Monday.... Cyprus unaccompanied by Friday, ideal support for my wife.............not.

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PostSubject: Re: This was a RAF Hospital   This was a RAF Hospital Icon_minitime19/7/2011, 20:31

Northagnick wrote:
We had terrible time with our son, the Army in its wisdom decided to post us out within 4 weeks of his death, so we had no time to grieve and no way of getting back to visit the grave. In fact they posted me to 30 sigs, in on the Monday.... Cyprus unaccompanied by Friday, ideal support for my wife.............not.


Sorry to hear that. My experience was just the opposite and I was told to take as much leave as I needed. I was posted to UKLF which wasn't ideal at the time so asked for a discharge. In hindsight I should have asked for a compassionate (TA?) posting but my head wasn't straight. Our little girl was four so I don't know if that made any difference?
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It seems like a common thread of moving you out asap, or move the 'problem' onto someone else. You dont say what year this happend?

For us I think as much local leave would have beena god send and then to remain in Germany at least to be able to visit my sons grave would have given us a better chance of coming to terms with the tragedy (if you ever do)
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Sorry should have explained better. I was on leave before new posting and was already on my way to UKLF. My daughter died in the UK.
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room inspection at zero 8 hundred today, stand by your beds. Very Happy
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