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Richard Rice, a U.S. Army veteran team with service dog Abby, speaks to members of the Kaiserslautern Military Community on how his service dog helps him with post-traumatic stress disorder during a service dog demonstration held in Kaiserslautern, Germany, Oct. 14, 2017. Rice said that since he connected with Abby, he has changed for the better. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Devin M. Rumbaugh) Service Dogs: A different kind of medication
PTSD service dogs have the ability to help veterans in situations where traditional medicines fails.
0 11/08
2017
Service dog Abby, removes a sock off a child’s foot during a service dog demonstration held in Kaiserslautern, Germany, Oct. 14, 2017.  Service dogs are specially trained to open drawers, close doors, and remove socks and hats. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Devin M. Rumbaugh) Service dogs: Not your average household pet
Service dogs have capabilities above the average house pet and are specially trained to help their partners.
0 10/27
2017
The antiterrorism force protection office integrates antiterrorism programs into operations and contingency plans, and recommend resource allocation priorities to eliminate terrorism-related vulnerabilities. Ramstein keeps vigilant in fight against terrorism
Military members are constantly reminded to exercise vigilance and be prepared for any situation, everywhere they go. Specific procedures for the military are in place to mitigate terrorism, which is defined as the unlawful use of violence or threat of violence to instill fear and coerce governments or societies. To enforce and build on those procedures, the 86th Security Forces Squadron is taking part in the U.S. Army Antiterrorism Awareness Month.
0 8/24
2017
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Nicholas Ramos, 1st Combat Communications Squadron radio frequency transmission systems technician, inspects an antenna during a cyber security audit March 16, 2017, on Ramstein Air Base, Germany. The U.S. Army Cyber Protection Brigade’s 201st Cyber Protection Team audited the 1st CBCS’ tactical communications kits, which allow 1st CBCS operators to set up and manage secure communications at deployed locations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Timothy Moore) Airmen, Soldiers secure cyber domain
In the numerous locations where the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing operates, it wouldn’t be hard to believe they could make a communications error. Fortunately they have the 1st Combat Communications Squadron with tactical communications kits to ensure that doesn’t happen.
0 4/10
2017
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