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Spouses of the 721st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron attend a New Parent Support Group meeting. 721st AMXS: Taking care of Airmen, families takes care of the mission
For the “Mission Movers” at the 721st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, the work can be tiring. As the busiest of the 521st Air Mobility Wing’s en-route maintenance units, the Airmen often work hours upon hours to keep the mission moving.
0 8/03
2017
. Eyes on the sky keep airfield traffic safe

0 8/03
2017
A trophy for the 86th Airlift Wing Plans and Programs Office stands in the middle of a table during a meeting on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, July 26, 2017. 86th AW XP integrates information and creates solutions concerning missions and operations coming in and out of Ramstein. The office acts as a liaison between incoming missions and the agencies they need to meet. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Joshua Magbanua) 86 AW XP builds teams, solves problems
86th AW XP serves as the nucleus for operations on Ramstein
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2017
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Shaun Roberts, 86th Mission Support Group Communications Squadron North Side Post Office section lead, scans a package on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, July 27, 2017. The North Side Post Office, the largest post office in the Department of Defense, employs 53 Airmen to support the morale of roughly 30,000 personnel and families by giving them a convenient way to receive packages from home and abroad. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Elizabeth Baker) Behind the scenes at the North Side Post Office

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2017
A dental rapid response team works to quickly repair dental trauma at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany. The 86th Dental Squadron and LRMC team up their skills and resources to cut recovery time for dental trauma patients by 75 percent. (Courtesy photo) Better, faster, safer smarter with the 86th Dental Squadron rapid response teams
When the 86thAirlift Wing commander, Brig. Gen. Richard Moore, stated his vision of working "better,faster, safer and smarter," the 86th Dental Squadron took thatvision to heart. The squadron found a way to cut recovery time for traumatictooth injury down by 75 percent with a unique joint approach employing dentalrapid response teams.  Lt. Col.
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2017
Tooth Slothy, a team of 86th Dental Squadron Airmen, pose for a photo in the woods during the annual Mudless Mudder on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, July 21, 2017. The Mudder hosted more than 80 teams with members dressed up in costumes to show spirit. Tooth Slothy garnered their fourth trophy as the slowest team in the race. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Devin Boyer) The best at being last
Airmen strive to be the best they can be every day while emulating the Air Force core value, excellence in all we do. A group of Airmen from the 86th Dental Squadron did exactly that at the Mudless Mudder, July 21, as they crossed the finish line in dead last.The Mudless Mudder is a 5 kilometer race planned and hosted by volunteers from the 86
0 7/24
2017
Thomas Perry, retired from the 786th Force Support Squadron after 48 years of service, shares memories and expresses his thanks at his retirement ceremony at the Lindberg Hof Dining Facility, Kapaun Air Station, June 30, 2017. Perry says the comraderie, working with people, the importance of the Air Force mission, and most of all, working with the Airmen, were what motivated him to be the best cook he could be. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Savannah L. Waters) Thomas Perry retires after 48 years of service to KMC
It was the year 1966, and newly enlisted Airman Thomas Perry, 786th Force Support Squadron cook, had planned on spending Christmas relaxing, but instead received orders that deemed it crucial to arrive at his first base before Christmas.
0 7/20
2017
Default Air Force Logo AAFES: Going where you go and a little further
Living overseas can be difficult for many service members and their families, with them not being able to have many of the conveniences they are used to having in the United States, but that’s where the Army and Air Force Exchange Service comes into play.
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2017
Danny Hobel, 435th Construction and Training Squadron, administrative service clerk apprentice, types on his keyboard, on Ramstein Air Base, Germany Jul. 13, 2017. Prospective apprentices applying to work with the 435th CTS find themselves competing with their peers for job openings. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Joshua Magbanua) 435th CTS builds ties with local community
Local national students who finish school with a diploma have an opportunity to learn trade skills and earn money on Ramstein Air Base, Germany.
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2017
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Cody Hammond, 86th Operations Support Squadron intelligence analyst, finishes a 200-meter progressive sprint during a Running Improvement Program workout on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, June 26, 2017. The program uses progressive increases not only in workouts but in the overall program, as workouts gradually increase the distance runners have to complete. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Timothy Moore) Running Improvement Program passes into Ramstein
As their arms and legs feel heavier, chest and lungs start burning, and sweat runs into their eyes, thoughts of stopping spring to the front of many runners’ minds. However, for many people - including military members - they may have to keep going long after those thoughts appear.
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2017
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