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Default Air Force Logo Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
The United States has annually celebrated the history and cultural traditions of the nation's Hispanic people for more than 30 years. The weeks of Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 have been set aside to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month. This year's theme is "Getting Involved: Our Families, Our Community, Our Nation". KMC servicemembers and their
0 9/05
2008
Master Sgt. Troy Saunders shares his knowledge with fellow power lifter, Staff Sgt. Lorenzo Peterson, at the Ramstein Southside Fitness Center. Both Sergeants, Sauders and Peterson, compete for the Ramstein power lifting and bodybuilding team that trains here on base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Scott Salsdukas)(Released) Experienced master sergeant starts power lifting team
When a gentleman is able to bench press 400 pounds, squat more than 600 pounds, dead lift more than 660 pounds and has won a list of body building championships, it would be easy to assume he would be a great mentor for young athletes entering the sports of bodybuilding and power lifting. Creating a power lifting team here at Ramstein is what
0 9/02
2008
Default Air Force Logo Combat Comm helps boy scouts earn badges - 1st Combat Comm assists at local Cub Scout Day Camp
Recently, 15 airmen from the 1st Combat Communications Squadron's Bravo Flight volunteered in support of the Transatlantic Council's Annual Cub Scout Day Camp, held at Sembach June 24 to 28. The annual camp gave 150 young scouts an opportunity to earn advancement and merit badges for their troop. Activities included archery fundamentals, BB gun
0 8/19
2008
Retired Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Robert D. Gaylor speaks to hundreds of Airmen, Aug. 8, 2008, Ramstein Air Base, Germany.  Chief Gaylor is known for his motivational speeches.  He travelled to Avaino Air Base, Italy and Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany as well to speak to a hundred more Airmen.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Bressler)(Released) 5th CMSAF visits Ramstein
The fifth Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force shared his wealth of experience and stories with Airmen during his two-day visit to Ramstein Air Base, Germany Aug. 7 and 8. Retired Chief Master Sgt.Robert D. Gaylor visited Ramstein as part of a 10-day tour of U.S. Air Forces in Europe bases that included stops at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, and
0 8/18
2008
Dave Pelzer speaks to the Airmen of the 86th Airlift Wing during a commander's call Aug. 8, 2008, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. As a Former Air Force air crewmember, Mr. Pelzer played a major role in mid-air refueling of the once highly secretive SR-71 Blackbird and the F-117 Stealth Fighter, but is best known for his six inspirational books that have been on the best sellers list for over 13 years combined. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nathan Lipscomb)(Released) Dave Pelzer thanks Ramstein Airmen
At age 12, Dave Pelzer weighed only 68 pounds when he was rescued from the hands of his alcoholic, abusive mother in March 1973. Mr. Pelzer was only 10 years old when he suffered a stab wound a half inch from his heart. Mr. Pelzer always said, "From this moment on, I'll never quit." This is the same message he conveyed to the Airmen at the 86th
0 8/08
2008
Demetrice D. Tuttle, winner of the 2007-2008 National Your of the Year for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, paints a sign. (U.S. Air Forces photo by Airman 1st Class Kenny Holston)(Released) Youth of Year starts KMC programs
Some 4.8 million boys and girls serve in 4,300 club locations all over the United States with the Boys and Girls Club of America when every year the club holds numerous competitions at local, state, regional and national level to crown one person the National Youth of the Year. Demetrice D. Tuttle, who won the 2007-2008 National Youth of the Year
0 8/05
2008
Default Air Force Logo The Power of the Services Machine
Over the Services emblem is a mighty torch; a torch which burns 24/7 and under-scored is our mission; Combat Support and Community Service. The 435th Services Squadron is the largest services squadron in the Air Force. The squadron includes 1,600 military and civilian employees operating from 130 facilities throughout the Kaiserslautern Military
0 8/05
2008
Staff Sgt. Adam Keep, 723rd Air Mobility Squadron navigation technician, begins his daily workout routine in training for his next Strongman competition July 15, 2008, Ramstein Air Base Germany. Sergeant Keep has been competing in Strongman competitions for 4 years, winning his pro card after only a year, making him eligible to compete in the pro ranks.   (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Kenny Holston)(RELEASED) Airman competes for title of Strongman
The quiet of the 723rd Air Mobility Squadron gym is interrupted with the sounds of hardcore rock music. Staff Sgt. Adam Keep prepares for his workout, but this is not an average person's workout. The maximum weight that he lifts this day is 675 lbs without a belt; however, this is a normal day for Sergeant Keep, who has been competing in Strongman
0 7/31
2008
The 435th Civil Engineering Squadron Fire Department is made up of both U.S. Military and Local National personnel. Together they work hand in hand to meet the demands of their mission under the 435th and United States Air Forces in Europe. pictured in this photo is (from left) Staff Sgt. Brian Hyland, Mr. Stefan Domis, Senior Airman Antony Dalo, Mr. Diehl Wolfgang, and Airman David Thal (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Kenny Holston)(RELEASED) Local nationals make up almost half of KMC fire department
Fifty one point two percent seems like a shooting statistic or a percentage of a project that is complete. The 51.2 percent actually represents the amount of local nationals that work side-by-side with firefighters who are servicemembers from around the KMC. While having eight fire stations spread throughout the KMC, the firefighters don't have an
0 7/29
2008
Staff Sgt. Christopher Mitchell, 86th Maintenance Squadron Electrical and Environmental Section, performs an electrical capacitance check on a C-5 lead acid aircraft battery. (Courtesy Photo) Not your every day accessories flight
Aircraft maintainers are a proud, confident group of warriors that will tackle any maintenance problem that gets in their way whether it is raining, snowing or a 150-degree day on the tarmac or in an austere desert location. The 86th Maintenance Squadron Accessories Flight, led by Master Sgt. Richard Lipphardt, is made up of three sections that
0 7/22
2008
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