Der Alfsee (offizielle Bezeichnung: Hochwasserrückhaltebecken Alfhausen-Rieste) ist ein 2,2 km² großer Stausee im Norden des Landkreises Osnabrück in Niedersachsen (Deutschland).
Unmittelbar nordöstlich ist dem Alfsee im Rahmen eines kleinen Naturschutzgebiets ein Reservebecken vorgelagert, das in Nord-Süd-Richtung maximal 700 m lang und in West-Ost-Richtung bis zu 425 m breit ist.
The Alfsee is a reservoir in the north of the district of Osnabrück in the state of Lower Saxony in north Germany.
It has an area of 2.2 km².Just to the northeast, as part of as small nature reserve there is a reserve basin (Reservebecken), which is up to 700 m long from north to south and a maximum of 425 m from east to west.
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Bundes Kommando Ost members, early 90s. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union and reunification of Germany, the East German Army was quickly issued standard Bundeswehr gear, but retained their MPiK-74 rifles.