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  • Southside Post Office delivers morale to base personnel

    At the Ramstein Air Base Southside Post Office, mail trucks arrive daily where packages are sorted into designated areas and prepped for pickup.
  • Going postal: Ramstein receives automatic mail sorter

    The 786th Force Support Squadron unveiled its new automatic mail sorter at the Northside Post Office at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Dec. 16.
  • Volunteers deliver help to Ramstein postal operations

    Airmen and families assigned to Ramstein have experienced the post offices on base. Whether it’s picking up a package at the parcel pickup window, setting up a mailbox with customer service for an inbound Airman, or receiving help at the finance window, the post offices are familiar destinations. Postal operations are undeniably a large part of life at Ramstein.
  • Innovations help drive Ramstein postal operations

    Every unit in the Air Force faces its own set of unique challenges. Those challenges inevitably lead to solutions through innovation. For the Northside Post Office on Ramstein, innovations are always driven by one idea: how to better serve the customer.
  • Ramstein postal operations makes mail move

    It’s no secret that the holidays at Ramstein Air Base bring increased traffic to postal operations. Family members in the U.S. are sending packages to loved ones, active duty members are ordering presents and taking advantage of Black Friday deals, and many are sending holiday greetings. Every year, the 786th Force Support Squadron postal clerks meet this surge head-on and do their best to ensure everyone gets their mail in time.
  • Click-N-Ship Kiosks available on Ramstein and Kapaun

    The Northside Post Office and Kapaun Air Base Post Office will offer Click-N-Ship kiosks in lieu of handwritten customs declaration forms to customers on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Aug. 13, 2020.
  • Even during COVID-19, you’ve got mail

    Despite the threat of COVID-19, the 786th Force Support Squadron has worked tirelessly delivering mail to every patron possible.
  • Post Office handles holiday influx with volunteers

    Airmen from the 786th Force Support Squadron put in extra hours and effort, and receive help from volunteers to support the holiday influx of mail at Ramstein Air Base post offices. Some of the ways Post Office personnel are helping during the holidays is by increasing weekday shifts from 9-to-10 hours, keeping customer service open an extra hour Monday through Friday, and opening the Northside Post Office for additional hours on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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