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  • Ramstein FLEXes it forward

    When many people hear about the Facility and Leadership Excellence team at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, they may assume it is just a normal base clean-up group.

  • Ramstein: Sold on Chasity

    Safety and security were at the forefront of considerations for Operation Allies Welcome.Throughout OAW, Senior Airman Chasity Sellers, 86th Security Forces Squadron operations support assistant, was assigned as a security forces team leader. Sellers was called upon to be the primary Unit Control

  • AOTW scales to success

    U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Ruben Madrid, 86th Airlift Wing Command Post senior emergency actions controller, comes from an Air Force family, with his father having served for 16 years.

  • Beyond the Bier: Oktoberfest

    When many service members are notified they have been selected for an assignment overseas they may be excited about a variety of things, like the prospect of traveling and experiencing a new culture.Unfortunately, COVID-19 has put a damper on some of this excitement and limited opportunities to

  • First sergeants enable OAW donation support

    What started as a clothing and shoe drive turned into a large donation process to sustain the evacuee population from Afghanistan temporarily housed on Ramstein Air Base, Germany during Operation Allies Welcome.

  • Military family helps evacuees transition to new life

    A mother walks into an empty house mid-morning, after working all night. She notices the pile of dirty dishes is a little bigger than it was yesterday. She realizes she’s missing her kids’ first day of school.

  • A new best friend for OAR volunteers unleashed

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Barbara Cordero, 86th Medical Group surgical technician, adopted her dog, a boxer mix named Goliath, three years ago as a Senior Airman. Cordero quickly noticed that Goliath instinctively comforted a few of her friends who suffered from anxiety and other stress disorders.

  • EOD to POD

    From performing one of the most dangerous jobs in the U.S. Air Force to setting up, running and perfecting a housing community of over 4,000 Afghan evacuees, Capt. Todd Locke, 786th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal flight commander, has had a very interesting and unique experience

  • PERSCO: Total Accountability

    From packaging and distributing meals to performing security detail, U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Kenton Waring, 435th Air Expeditionary Wing personnel support for contingency operations non commissioned officer in charge, is a jack of all trades. He is currently deployed to the 435th AEW at Ramstein