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Maj. Sandra Wanke, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center surgeon (middle), Capt. Erika Dryzmalla, 435th Medical Squadron critical care nurse and Master Sgt. Timothy Carentz, 435th MDS, registered respiratory therapist transport a stabilized critically injured patient from Tel-Aviv, Israel, to Souda Bay, Greece, then on to Ramstein.and Landshuhl Regional Medical Center.(Courtesy photo) Air Force medical squadron is part of Landstuhl team
For the past 16 years, the 435th Medical Squadron has had the privilege of being an integral part of the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center team. Since 1992, approximately 300 Air Force medical technicians, nurses, doctors and support personnel have served side by side with Army Soldiers, host nation personnel and American civilians at the largest
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2008
(from left) Senior Airman Bryan Turner and Staff Sgt. Talmadge Beasley, 1st Combat Communications Squadron members,  work together to clean up the area around Ramstein Lake. 1st CBCS Bravo Flight participates in the Adopt An Area Program. (Courtesy Photo) Combat Comm "adopts" Ramstein lake
Volunteers are the core of many of the Kaiserslautern Military Community's most important programs. As the Air Force continues to undergo changes to its manpower, more organizations have turned to volunteers to assist them in fulfilling their primary missions. Without the time, dedication and service of the men and women of the KMC community, many
0 5/08
2008
Staff Sgt. Catherine Fitzpatrick, 86th Maintenance Squadron unit deployment manager, oversees a pallet build up at the Joint Mobility Processing Center with Master Sgt. Wolfgang Seng, 86th Maintenance Group deployment superintendent."(Courtesy Photo) 86th MXG shows again it is a mobility machine
The success of exercise Thracian Spring, the annual bilateral training exercise between the U.S. and Bulgaria March 26 to April 6, was the culmination of months of intense preparation by various wing agencies. Within the 86th Maintenance Group, the 86th Maintenance Operations Squadron, Programs and Resources Flight was among the pivotal agencies
0 5/06
2008
Members of the U.S. Air Forces in Europe Top 3 and their family members volunteer to clean the Kaiserslautern American Kindergraves. The Ramstein Area Chief’s Group and German-American and International Women’s Club provide oversight to the 451 children’s graves.

Community unites for Kindergraves Memorial
Each spring, the Saturday following Mother's Day, the Ramstein Area Chief's Group and the German-American and International Women's Club Kaiserslautern conduct the Kindergraves memorial ceremony. The Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps Color Guard leads the procession at 9:45 a.m. May 17 from the Daenner Chapel to the Kindergraves on
0 5/05
2008
Tech. Sgt. Robert Evans interfaces with senior leadership on a tasking at the Joint NATO Command Branch office. (U.S Air Force Photo by Tech. Sgt. Regina Brewer)

Local unit keeps Air Force personnel at NATO connected
The Joint NATO Command Branch is located in Stuttgart-Vaihingen as part of the 431st Air Base Group. The branch is comprised of one officer and six enlisted personnel. Its mission is to maintain superior MAJCOM personnel support to the Air Force members serving the NATO mission. The branch provides personnel support to approximately 1,400
0 5/01
2008
Passengers are loaded into a C-17 headed for Dover Air Force Base, Del.,  April 21. Space-A travellers are given seats aboard Department of Defense-owned or controlled aircraft after all mission requirements, including cargo and duty passengers, have been met. Photo by Airman 1st Class Nathan Lipscomb Know thy Space-A do's and dont's
Many military members turn to space-available flights while overseas to save money when traveling back home to see family and friends. But knowing how the process works can save military members and their families from unexpected heartache. "The key to successful Space-A travel is understanding how the system works," said Senior Master Sgt. Louis
0 4/22
2008
James Johnson and Michael Poli, U.S. Air Forces in Europe CSS Quality Assurance evaluators, conduct a contract surveillance at the Spangdahlem Technical Control Facility. The evaluators assess the contractor’s performance on the Northern Communications contract through scheduled and unscheduled surveillances at multiple sites throughout Europe. Contract quality assurance at work in KMC
They may not be on the battlefield, but they are on the frontlines. Every day, hundreds of government representatives in the KMC work with contractors to ensure quality delivery of services to the government. Contractors provide a wide variety of services in support of the military's varied missions. The recent trend has been to outsource more and
0 4/17
2008
German Air Force Master Sgt. Holger Fels joins fellow Kisling Noncommissioned Officer Academy students in a daily physical training session at Kapaun Air Station, Germany. Sergeant Fels, a German NCO Academy instructor in Appen, Germany, voluntarily enrolled in the six-week academy course designed for U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeants in preparation for a four-year special duty assignment as an exchange instructor at the Senior NCO Academy at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. Photo by Master Sgt. Scott Wagers German AF PME instructor enrolls in USAFE NCO academy
Master Sgt. Holger Fels, a 15-year veteran professional military education instructor in the German Air Force, is no stranger to teaching professional development to Airmen in Germany's 70K-member "Luftwaffe." What he's not so familiar with is how to impart the same type of knowledge to Airmen in America's Air Force. Recently hand-selected from 200
0 4/17
2008
Default Air Force Logo A last hurrah for winter?
The saying goes, 'April showers bring May flowers.' But what does April snow bring? The wild weather the Kaiserslautern Military Community has had recently can simply be attributed to some slightly colder than usual temperatures, said Senior Airman Anne Kitchen, a forecaster/observer with the 86th Operations Support Squadron weather flight. The KMC
0 4/07
2008
Airmen Taija Alcantara (left) and Tiamae Cruz pose together in an operating room where they are in training to become surgical technicians. Their military careers have continued to follow each other since they joined under the Air Force Buddy System in Guam. Photo by Chuck Roberts Buddy System proves friendly to Air Force surgical technicians from Guam
Whenever Tiamae Cruz needed a helping hand in Guam, a friendly face always seemed to arrive within minutes. So when the 18-year-old decided to join the Air Force and leave the confines of her Pacific island measuring 30 miles long by 12 miles wide, she looked around for the usual reassurance. Enter Taija Alcantara, grammar school chum, high school
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2008
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