Kleekamp: Highway Strip (planned)

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CoordinatesN534850 E0113234 (WGS84) Google Maps
Former East Germany (GDR)District of Schwerin
Federal stateMecklenburg-Vorpommern (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)
Map with location of Kleekamp Highway Strip
Germany during the Cold War
The history of the Cold War airfields: Kleekamp


Documents of the former "National People's Army" (NVA) of the "GDR" from the 1980s refer to a "Kleekamp Highway Strip", i.e. a section of the autobahn that is prepared for the use by aircraft. Directly at Kleekamp there is no autobahn today, but plans at that time envisaged the course of the Wismar-Schwein autobahn here. Directly northwest of Kleekamp there should have been a straight section of road about 4 km long, so that it can be assumed that the highway strip was planned in this area.
After reunification, the highway now known as the A 14, was built approx. 3 km to the east.


Kleekamp is located approx. 12 km southeast of Wismar and 6 km northeast of Bad Kleinen.

During the Cold War


East German highway A14 Schwerin-Wismar
Kleekamp Highway Strip - The dashed orange line shows the originally planned course of the East German autobahn A 18 from Schwerin to Wismar with the presumed location of the highway strip. Later, the autobahn now known as A 14, was built approx. 3 km to the east. In the southwest there was also an agricultural airfield near Hohe Viecheln.
Source: OpenStreetMap


The telecommunication connection should have taken place via the Funktechnisches Bataillon 43 (FuTB-43) Parchim-Dargelütz.
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