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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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Default Air Force Logo Program promotes drug-free future leaders
One KMC program specializes in providing youths the tools needed to avoid bad life choices while also having a good time and creating long lasting friendships - the Drug Education for Youth program. "The DEFY program affords kids the opportunity to learn necessary life skills to be successful in all they do," said Col. Don Bacon, 435th Air Base
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Master Sgt. Kristen Orcutt, 435th Air Base Wing paralegal reviews the Manual for Courts-Martial for court-martial case preparation.  Sergeant Orcutt, an 18 year Air Force veteran, retrained to be an Air Force paralegal eight years ago. (Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Michael Voss) Paralegal career field offers challenges but vast rewards
Providing legal advice and a full range of legal service support to all Air Force commanders, service members, retirees and their families located in the Kaiserslautern Military Community is the mission of the Ramstein legal team. The Ramstein Law Center is the largest Air Force law center in Europe servicing the 435th Air Base Wing, 86th Airlift
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Flight nurses and medical technicians load 1,500 pounds of medical equipment and training mannequins into a C-130 at Ramstein Air Base shortly before takeoff on a weekly recurring training sortie for personnel assigned to the 86th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron. The flight-qualified healthcare providers fly with the 37th Airlift Squadron to remain proficient in their skills.  (Department of Defense photo by Master Sgt. Scott Wagers) Caring for patients on the fly: Medical professionals hone patient care skills at altitude
It seemed odd - a group of flight suit-clad healthcare personnel bustling about the tail of a parked C-130 like they owned the place. If it weren't for the medical badges embroidered on their jackets, one could've easily mistaken them for a gaggle of crew chiefs. It didn't take long, however, before the medical team removed any question about who
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RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany -- An aeromedical evacuation crew and military members at Ramstein Air Base load a patient on to a C-17 Globemaster III on its way back to the United States to take patients to their next level of care (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Jonathan Stock) AMC aeromedical evac missions bring Total Force partners together
In the Air Force today, the phrase "Total Force," the multi-component of active-duty, Reserves, and Guard forces in the military, is a way of life for many Airmen. In the Air Mobility Command aeromedical evacuation community, every day entails a combination of Total Force AMC assets and communication challenges in order to save lives. Since October
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