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Maj. (Dr.) Mac Dunn, 435th Aerospace Medical Squadron chief of aerospace medicine, performs and eye exam on a patient. (Courtesy Photo) Flight Medicine Clinic serves more than aircrew
When the majority of people think of Flight Medicine, they picture a clinic for aircrew members. The 435th Aerospace Medical Squadron Flight Medicine Clinic makes up the majority of the Flight Medicine Flight; however the medical special operations clinic, emergency response services and aerospace physiology are also crucial components of the
0 7/03
2008
Default Air Force Logo FitFactor: Fighting obesity one step at a time
The 435th Services Squadron plays a big role in helping future leaders become fit and maintaining healthy lifestyles by sponsoring the "FitFactor" program offered to ID card holders at Air Force installations. "The FitFactor program has been around since fall 2005, with the main purpose for youth to get up, get out and get active," said Jennifer
0 6/25
2008
Staff Sgt. Jake Green, 786th Security Forces Squadron, won the U.S. Forces Armed Championships heavy weight division at Weisbaden Air Field, Army post on April 27. Courtesy photo KMC Airman boxer wins heavy weight title at Wiesbaden
Some people decide to take on challenging tasks such as hiking, climbing or biking to control their energy and maintain their focus, but Staff Sgt. Jake Green prefers to take it to the next level by winning the U.S. Forces Armed Championships heavy weight boxing division at Weisbaden Air Field, Army post April 27. Sergeant Green is a Phoenix Raven
0 6/11
2008
As an arman first class, Master Sgt. Jim Hill, 86th Maintenance Squadron production supervisor, was the dedicated crew chief of C-130 63-7865 while assigned to the 374th Tactical Airlift Wing, Yokota Air Base, Japan, from 1989 to 1992. Sergeant Hill will now accompany this C-130 as it makes its final flight to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz., to be stored in the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group. Courtesy photo In Memoriam…
This summer, starting May 30, the 86th Airlift Wing will retire five more of its C-130E aircraft. The aircraft, among the oldest in the Air Force inventory, entered service in 1964 and 1965. They served throughout the globe, from long-forgotten bases such as Stewart Air Force Base, Tenn. and Clark Air Base, Philippines to modern hubs of our Air
0 5/29
2008
Senior Airman Jordan Gourley blocks a kick while playing for the Kaiserslautern Pikes, a German semi-pro American football team. Courtesy photo SrA plays semi-pro American football for Kaiserlautern Pikes
Defending his goal line and his country is what Senior Airman Jordan Gourley does by balancing his Air Force days and his nights practicing with the semi-pro Kaiserlautern Pikes American football team. The Pittsburg native works in the munitions storage area on the far side of the runway at Ramstein. Airman Gourley spent his time playing American
0 5/28
2008
In the lab. 435th MDOS continues to soar
Commitment to "Excellence" rings true in every member of the 435th Medical Operations Squadron. The 435th MDOS proudly serves the Air Force's largest ambulatory clinic, taking care of the military families assigned to Ramstein and 23 garrison support units in three countries. In 2007, four of the 435th MDOS teams: Physical Therapy, Mental Health,
0 5/19
2008
Default Air Force Logo Think you're fit? Try the May Total Fit and Readiness Challenge
As spring rolls into town so do the many opportunities to get fit in the Kaiserslautern Military Community, but you say you're already fit...Well have we got a challenge for you. The May Total Fit and Readiness Challenge, May 21 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the running track in rear of the Southside Fitness Center on Ramstein, is a team fitness challenge
0 5/13
2008
Staff Sgt. Jason Cale, U.S. Air Forces in Europe jazz band (Check Six), plays his guitar solo during the song 'Boogie Woogie' , Svobody Square located in Kharkiv, Ukraine, April 19. The USAFE Band has been entertaining military and civilian audiences throughout Europe, Southwest Asia and Africa for the past 60 years.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Amber Bressler)(Released) USAFE band unites nations with music
Recently, hundreds of fans filled a Ukrainian concert hall for the classical music of the U.S. Air Force's in Europe jazz ensemble, Check Six, which performed during an eight-day tour. Some may wonder how the music of an Air Force band could attract hundreds of Ukrainians and transcend through language and cultural barriers, but as the USAFE band
0 5/13
2008
Lucy Katana, USAFE Consolidated Switchboard operator, answers calls May 6 on Ramstein. Ms. Katana is originally from Uganda and she speaks five languages. She likes her job because she is able to provide customer care and talk to different people around the world. (Photo by Capt. Erin Dorrance)  

Base operators keep USAFE connected to the world
It is perhaps the busiest office on Ramstein receiving 11,000 telephone calls daily. The office bustles with German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and other languages. The Telephone Operations Facility, or as most people refer to as the "Base Operator," is located on Ramstein and services the entire U.S. Air Forces in Europe Command
0 5/09
2008
Tech. Sgt. Robert Pletcher (standing) and Tech. Sgt. Derron Cockayne, both assigned to the 1st Air and Space Communications Operations Squdron, demonstrate TBMCS-UL classroom preparation procedures to newly assigned Senior Airman Thomas Callan.(Courtesy Photo)  1st ACOS grows in size, mission
If anyone remembers watching "Saved by the Bell," they would recognize the now considered huge "Zach Morris" phone; the old Motorola phone that you can only look cool using if you are wearing tight acid washed jeans and a pair of L.A. Gear shoes. This phone was the epitome of mobile technology at that time and while it was the best then, technology
0 5/08
2008
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