Below, the former Canadian Forces Base Lahr Headquarters building on the airfield.
Both the Air Force and the Army had a large medical corps, with the Field Ambulance coming down from the north with the Army. Canadians over the next years had their own hospital with family physicians and specialists, a pharmacy, military postal unit, bank, supermarket, base exchange (Canex), library, schools, a teen centre, swimming pool and gymnasium and various other units and clubs.
Below, the Euro Inn, a hotel with reasonable rates on the same side of the street as the former hospital. It had been newly built by the Canadian military as a barracks for single service men and women.
Below left, renovated barracks; below right, the building just past the AMU, where Legion #4 has their meeting place.