|Location.||East Germany (AKA- The GDR).|
|Opened in.||~1932 as a private glider club .|
|Operated by.||A private glider club in ~1932, the Nazi Luftwaffe from 1933 to 1945, the Red Armyand the Air Forces of the National People's Army until 1990 and then Jüterbog local authorities in 1992 as a forest and housing units.|
|Owned by.||A private glider club in ~1932, the Nazi Luftwaffe from 1933 to 1945, the Red Army until 1990, and then Jüterbog local authorities in 1992 for reuse.|
|Outside link.||http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%BCterbog_Airfield, https://www.routeyou.com/en-de/location/view/48856180/battle-of-juterbog#0Ju5MsUJDJvum3c1.99, http://www.mil-airfields.de/de/altes-lager.htm http://wikimapia.org/1805226/Altes-Lager-J%C3%BCterbog-Airfield-Closed, http://www.mil-airfields.de/de/altes-lager.htm and http://wikimapia.org/1805226/Altes-Lager-J%C3%BCterbog-Airfield-Closed.|
The historic Battle of Jüterbog was fought in the city of Jüterbog on the 23rd of November 1644 between the forces of the Kingdom of Sweden and the Holy Roman Empire, resulting in a Swedish victory.
Military experts have suggested that Altes Lager/Jüterbog Airfield had been copied by the United States Air Force, as part of its Tolicha Peak Electronic Combat Range (TPECR), which is situated in the western part of the Nevada Test and Training Range for use it the USAF Red Flag exercises.
- See also: Noteworthy Air bases