Bramstedtlund (Danish Bramstedlund ) is a municipality in the German - Danish border in the district of North Friesland Schleswig -Holstein.


Bramstedtlund is located about 24 km west of Flensburg.


The town was first mentioned in 1492. In the swampy environment peat, which was to peat coal, which corresponds to the charcoal, processed.

1873, the former municipality Bramstedt was incorporated Ladelund. In 1954, the districts Bramstedt and Bramstedt field as Bramstedtlund became independent again.

1989 begins, the then Daimler -Benz Aerospace (now EADS) under the code name " castanet " to build a shortwave Großpeil and detection system. On 15 March 1995, the capture operation is in the plant, which was about 3 km north- east built by Ladelund was added and in 1996 it is officially handed over to the Navy telecommunications sector 71 of the Bundeswehr. The most striking feature of the system is the Wullenwever antenna ( circular ring array ) with an outer diameter of 410 meters. Since a restructuring in March 2002, the education system has been operated by the Communications Intelligence Section 911. After the latter was made March 31, 2013 out of service as part of the reorientation of the Bundeswehr and the consequent dissolution of the telecommunications portion 91, the operation of the plant is now in the jurisdiction of the newly-formed battalion Electronic Warfare 911 ( EloKaBtl 911), the northernmost department of the Bundeswehr. The profile of users is one of, inter alia, the Federal Bureau of Telecommunications Statistics ( BFST, code name for the real estate department Technical clarification of the Federal Intelligence Service ).

As Bundeswehr location beyond the community still has a medical material bearing on the Bramstedt Lunder road, which is part of the material depot Wilhelmshaven. According to the adopted in 2011 stationing decisions, the number of posts at the site of so far 80 is then reduced to only 8. The medical material storage should be completely closed in the first quarter of 2017. Then, due to fewer than 15 remaining posts, not to talk of a Bundeswehr location.


Municipal council

Since 2008, the voter community WG had all nine seats in the municipal council. In the local elections on May 26, 2013 occurred at two voter communities. With a turnout of 73.4 percent, the AFB reached 31.1 percent and three seats. The A.W.B. received 68.9 percent and six seats.

Coat of arms

Blazon: "Divided. At the top of a golden blue isosceles triangle, topped with two obliquely crossed schwarzverkohlten branches and at the top covered with thick silvery clouds ( smoking charcoal kiln ). Bottom of silver and blue eleven left diagonally divided and three golden ploughshare in position 2: 1 "


The municipal area is predominantly agricultural. The waste heat from an agricultural biogas plant supplies the medical material bearing the Bundeswehr with heat energy.