Evreux Fauville Air Base, located just outside the city of Evreux, Eure, France was an American air base from 1954-1964. It is now a base for the French Air Force. Those who were stationed there have fond memories of Evreux.

Evreux Alumni
For those who served at Evreux-Fauville Air Base, France,
and others from Neubiberg, Toul-Rosieres and Dreux


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If you served at Evreux-Fauville Air Base, please join our mailing list group. Share your memories and renew old friendships with members of the group. We ask only that message topics be related to your assignment and avoid political, religious or commercial messages.

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C-119 Out of Evreux!
This C-119 photo was taken at the beginning of a night formation just west of Evreux.

Photo furnished by Jim Reed (782nd/40th TCS)

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The most popular song during the time the base was open was Edith Piaf's Milord. For those of you who enjoyed her as I did, the lyrics and a video of Milord (and others) are available here.

This page was updated May 15, 2017.
©2017 Ed Merck