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Staff Sgt. Nigel Carl, 86th Security Forces Squadron raven patrolman, walks out to his squad car to begin his shift on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Mar. 6, 2017. As the largest career field in the Air Force, it’s the job of security forces to protect, defend, and fight global enemy forces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lane T. Plummer) A night out with 86th SFS Airmen
Staff Sgt. Nigel Carl, 86th Security Forces Squadron raven patrolman, walks out to his squad car to begin his shift on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Mar. 6, 2017. As the largest career field in the Air Force, it’s the job of security forces to protect, defend, and fight global enemy forces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lane T. Plummer)
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Juli Robertson, 86th Force Support Squadron community readiness specialist, prepares a booth for the Air Force Aid Society’s 75th anniversary on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Mar. 10, 2017. The society helps Airmen and their families with emergency assistance, education support, and a plethora of community programs for them to become involved with.(U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lane T. Plummer) Celebrating 75 years of Airmen helping others with AFAS
The Air Force Aid Society celebrated its 75-year anniversary here, March 10.
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Airmen from the 86th Maintenance Squadron take part in team building before the 2016 Maintenance and Logistics Airmen Annual Award Ceremony on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Feb. 17, 2017. The awards brought together Airmen within the maintenance and logistics career fields and rewarded the hardest-working ones with annual awards. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lane T. Plummer) Celebrating 2016’s best with maintenance, logistics Airmen
Airmen from the 86th Maintenance Squadron take part in team building before the 2016 Maintenance and Logistics Airmen Annual Award Ceremony on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Feb. 17, 2017. The awards brought together Airmen within the maintenance and logistics career fields and rewarded the hardest-working ones with annual awards. (U.S. Air Force
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Tanks filter fuel coming in through European pipe lines at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Dec. 12, 2016. Long before being used, incoming fuel is filtered and stored in facilities across base in large tanks that can hold approximately one million gallons. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Lane T. Plummer) Fuels Airmen: the foundation of 86th AW’s mission
Technology is advancing every year. It keeps us warm during the winter, cooks our food, and ensures transportation gets us from point A to point B. But no matter how far we technologically advance, we will always need fuel.
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Ramstein leadership meet with the Rheinland Inn Dining Facility staff before Airmen eat during a Thanksgiving meal at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Nov. 24, 2016. Every year at Ramstein, leadership across the Kaiserslautern Military Community visits the base’s dining facility to cook food and meet Airmen during Thanksgiving. In the U.S., the modern Thanksgiving holiday tradition can trace its origins back to 1621 in the heart of a newly-founded city called Plymouth in present-day Massachusetts. However, the first nationwide Thanksgiving proclamation was made by the first president of the U.S., George Washington, in 1789. Since then, the holiday has been celebrated by an entire nation to recount the blessings of the year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Lane T. Plummer) Ramstein leadership joins Airmen, celebrates Thanksgiving
Ramstein leadership meet with the Rheinland Inn Dining Facility staff before Airmen eat during a Thanksgiving meal at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Nov. 24, 2016. Every year at Ramstein, leadership across the Kaiserslautern Military Community visits the base’s dining facility to cook food and meet Airmen during Thanksgiving. In the U.S., the modern
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Default Air Force Logo 569th USFPS new data advises security measures through holiday season
While living in Germany, individuals have direct access to travel to many different countries and enjoy the vast cultures of the world. Imagine going on vacation and coming home to the realization that your house was raided, personal possessions are gone, and your sense of security is lost.
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An Air Force Office of Special Investigations 4th Field Investigations Squadron agent utilizes an alternate light source during a mock crime scene at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Oct. 6, 2016. Agents utilize light sources to search for biological fluids undetectable to the naked eye. The 4th FIS facilitate surprise mock crime scenes for six units within U.S Air Forces in Europe in order to assess agents’ techniques and readiness. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nesha Humes) USAFE facilitators surprise AFOSI agents with mock crime scene
An Air Force Office of Special Investigations 4th Field Investigations Squadron agent utilizes an alternate light source during a mock crime scene at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Oct. 6, 2016. Agents utilize light sources to search for biological fluids undetectable to the naked eye. The 4th FIS facilitate surprise mock crime scenes for six units
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Airman 1st Class Caleb Witham, 86th Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment apprentice, repacks a BA-22 parachute, July 25, 2016 at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. The AFE flight rotates Airmen in support of the 76th Airlift Squadron and the 37th AS mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Nesha Humes) Ramstein Airmen: detail oriented, disaster prepared
Day-to-day life is full of revelations, some good and others bad. When bad situations arise, an Airman’s attention to detail on the ground is imperative to save a life in the air. The 86th Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment Airmen ensure the safety of aircrew by properly equipping them for everyday and emergency missions.
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Family members test out a flying simulation during an open house Aug. 25, 2016, at Einsiedlerhof Air Station, Germany. The simulators allow Warrior Preparation Center Airmen to train in-house without risk of life or limb. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Larissa Greatwood) WPC open house keeps families, Airmen resilient
Through the Warrior Preparation Center’s state-of-the-art technology and software, the Air Force is able to lead the fight in a more cost-efficient manner. By utilizing their equipment, they’re able to train effectively without the need to travel.
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A patient looks through a phoropter during an optometry exam June 23, 2016, at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. The 86th Aerospace Medicine Squadron optometry clinic supports roughly 54,000 Americans, making it the largest American population outside of the continental U.S. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Larissa Greatwood) 86th AMDS optometry Airmen keep Ramstein sights clear
A patient looks through a phoropter during an optometry exam June 23, 2016, at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. The 86th Aerospace Medicine Squadron optometry clinic supports roughly 54,000 Americans, making it the largest American population outside of the continental U.S. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Larissa Greatwood)
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