I read with great interest the various comments and observations of the Wiesbaden military community. I too was first stationed at Lindsey Air Station in 1961. Worked at the 497th Compound in Schierstein which no longer exist. It is now a complex of German apartments. Lindsey AS was turned of to the city of Wiesbaden in the 1980s. USAFE Headquarters moved to its current location at Ramstein AB near Kaiserslautern. My German wife and I visit Wiesbaden every summer for three monthe for the past six years. Mainz-Kastel AS is still there. Wiesbaden AB is now Wiesbaden AAF. Major renovations are on-going in the Wiesbaden military community. Heidelberg and Mannheim military units will relocate to Wiesbaden starting this year (2011). A new miitary hotel has been constructed in the Hainerberg housing area along with a new Entertainment Center next door.. Housing areas Aukamn, Crestview, and Hainerberg are also under major renovations. The American Arms hotel is still in place. Mainz-Kastel housing is no longer used. Hainerberg Shopping Center is still around but major plans for a new face will occur soon to include a new PX and Commissary. Wiesbaden city has changed a lot since the 1960s. Nicer and more shopping and restaurants. Due to the Dollar exchange rate, hardly any Amercans go downtown. Camp Perry no longer exist. I am a USAF/Civil Service retiree. If anyone wants more info about Wiesbaden, I will try to help. My email is email@example.com Prosit.