Ramstein enacts first dorm of the quarter inspection June 3, 2016
 

The first tri-wing dorm of the quarter inspection took place at the end of April.

The dorm of the quarter awards are a new incentive that recognize Airmen for their hard work in keeping their living areas clean and aims to encourage them to continue to maintain a high standard of living during their tours here. The judges inspected a total of 15 dorm buildings.

The first place dorm building received a $1,000 budget and the second place winners earned $500 to spend on what residents agree upon to maintain or better their living quarters.

“This is the first time we’ve done the dorm of the quarter award,” said Master Sgt. Calandra Folds, 86th Civil Engineer Squadron superintendent of unaccompanied housing. “We had a team of First Sergeants go out and judge the dorms on Kapaun, and two teams

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Ramstein enacts first dorm of the quarter inspection

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  • By Senior Airman Larissa Greatwood
  • 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
 

The first tri-wing dorm of the quarter inspection took place at the end of April.

The dorm of the quarter awards are a new incentive that recognize Airmen for their hard work in keeping their living areas clean and aims to encourage them to continue to maintain a high standard of living during their tours here. The judges inspected a total of 15 dorm buildings.

The first place dorm building received a $1,000 budget and the second place winners earned $500 to spend on what residents agree upon to maintain or better their living quarters.

“This is the first time we’ve done the dorm of the quarter award,” said Master Sgt. Calandra Folds, 86th Civil Engineer Squadron superintendent of unaccompanied housing. “We had a team of First Sergeants go out and judge the dorms on Kapaun, and two teams

[airmen dormitory leader][base][judges]