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Over 300 U.S. Air Force Airmen and dependents wear buttons in honor of Tech. Sgt. Jessica Sweet during a 5K LOVESWEET memorial run, March 18, 2009, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. Sergeant Jessica Sweet, 435th Communication Squadron supply, lost a hard fought battle to acute myelogeneous leukemia Feb. 12. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kenny Holston) Running for LOVESWEET
More than 300 Airmen and dependants flooded the tennis courts of the South Side Fitness Center March, 20. To participate in the 5K LOVESWEET memorial run to honor the loss of a fellow Airman. The run was in honor of Tech. Sgt. Jessica Sweet, 435th Communication Squadron supply troop, who lost a hard fought battle to Acute Myelogeneous Leukemia Feb.
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Senior Airman Holly Roberts, a broadcaster with the 732nd Expeditionary Support Squadron's American Forces Network-Iraq, runs the switchboard during her radio broadcast March 4 in Baghdad. Airman Roberts is deployed from Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Craig Lifton) Airmen from Germany part of last JET team to be "on the air" in Iraq
Broadcasting to servicemembers supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom, a group of joint expeditionary tasking, or JET, Airmen assigned to 732nd Expeditionary Support Squadron's American Forces Network-Iraq may be the last Airmen to execute this mission. Working in a joint environment with Navy and Army counterparts, these JET Airmen broadcast live on
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Nearly 200 children waited anxiously as Staff Sgt. Josh Paden and the members of the Zabul Provincial Reconstruction Team distributed the boxes filled with donations. Sergeant Paden, with the help of his mother, Diane Paden and the Pendleton County community in West Virginia, were able to give shoes, clothes and toys to the children of Qalat City, Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Amber Balken) Ramstein Airman and Mother Team Up to Help Kids
Nearly 200 children waited anxiously as Staff Sgt. Josh Paden and the members of the Zabul Provincial Reconstruction Team distributed the boxes filled with donations. Sergeant Paden, with the help of his mother, Diane Paden and the Pendleton County community in West Virginia, were able to give shoes, clothes and toys to the children of Qalat City,
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Capt. Walter Gray, 86th Air Mobility Squadron operations flight manager, visits an infant in an orphanage in Sliven, Bulgaria. Capt. Gray was part of a group of U.S. Air Force members that visited the orphanage during Operation Thracian Spring, Bezmer Air Base, Bulgaria, March 12, 2009. This exercise is conducted annually since 2007, Operation Thracian Spring is a two week exercise allowing U.S. forces an opportunity to train and interact with their Bulgarian counterparts. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tony R. Ritter) Service Before Self: Ramstein Airmen Support a Bulgarian Orphanage
It was an ordinary sight as a small group of U.S Air Force members gathered in a hanger and pried open a 1,500 pound cargo container; however, what was inside the container was far from ordinary. Rather than military equipment and supplies, this massive container was filled to the top with diapers, infant formula, wipes, baby cosmetics, and the
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U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Hollie Heath (right), 721st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron production superintendent, discuses Women's History Month with her troops, Senior Airman Lissa Nelson and Senior Airman Charlene Harding, at the end of a night mission aboard a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III, March 5, 2009, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. Sergeant Heath explained how she's experienced changes in the military world for women as time progressed. Women's History Month was made official in 2000 when President Bill Clinton signed a proclamation designating the month of March for reflection upon the great strides women have made over time. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kenny Holston) Women's History Month Highlights Air Force Female's Career
With Women's History Month in full swing, it only makes sense for Master Sgt. Hollie Heath to celebrate the milestone of her seventeenth year in the Air Force this March. Born a military brat in Yuma, Ariz., Sergeant Heath could remember her father going on exciting adventures and bringing back the proof of the journeys with exotic gifts.
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Ilamiel Nunez and other children learn defense techniques from the 569th U.S. Forces Police Squadron during the Kids 4 Kids monthly event Feb. 27, 2009, at Ramstein Air Base. K4K is a monthly program for children with a deployed parent with events designed to help children understand better what their parent's do while deployed. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Bressler) Youth deployment line teaches kids about parents’ jobs
The sound of military cadence could be heard in the background of the 86th Construction and Training Squadron tent city, but this was not a flashback to basic training, it was the sound of students learning what it is like to deploy--just like their parents. Kids4Kids is a partner program between Ramstein Intermediate and Middle Schools for
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Default Air Force Logo Youth deployment line teaches kids about parents’ jobs
The sound of military cadence could be heard in the background of the 86th Construction and Training Squadron tent city, but this was not a flashback to basic training, it was the sound of students learning what it is like to deploy--just like their parents. Kids4Kids is a partner program between Ramstein Intermediate and Middle Schools for
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Default Air Force Logo Annual training saves lives
"It is better to be prepared for an occurrence and it never occurs than to have an occurrence and not be prepared," said Whitney M. Young Jr, American Liberties Activist and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient. Recently, several Ramstein Airmen's preparedness was put to the test as skills they learned in such military training as CPR and
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Default Air Force Logo Reintegration retreat brings couples together
With vows "for better or worse," when most people get married, they think only about wedded bliss, not the numerous deployments and remote tours that add stress to relationships. One program on base helps reacquaint spouses to help resolve some of these exact issues through reintegration retreats. The Ramstein Airman and Family Readiness Center
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Airman 1st Class Andrew Pena (front), 435th Comptroller Squadron customer service technician, helps Staff Sgt. Harold Davis, 86th Maintenance Squadron, with his financial issues at Ramstein Air Base Jan. 29, 2009.  The 435th Comptroller Squadron earned the 2008 Secretary of the Air Force Financial Management and Comptroller Organization of the Year Award. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Caleb Pierce) 435th CPTS not only supports USAFE, but proves to be best in the Air Force
Supporting multiple wings and two numbered Air Forces might seem like a difficult task but the 435th Comptroller Squadron is money when it comes down to it. The squadron is made up of the more than 60 civilian and servicemembers that ensure military and civilian personnel get paid correctly and on time with little or no problems. While the 435th
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