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  • 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.
  • Airlifter of the Week: Voice of Ramstein

    One of the most important parts of a community is communication, and in today’s age social media is one of the quickest and easiest ways to connect.
  • RAM flights secure fight against COVID-19

    U.S. Air Force Capt. Taylor Stephens, 76th Airlift Squadron readiness flight commander, and 1st Lt. Jacob Goodwin, 76th AS training officer, flew to Italy to pick up coronavirus disease 2019 test kits using NATO’s Rapid Air Mobility initiative, May 8, 2020. RAM provides allied military flights a unique NATO call sign and expedites flight clearances.
  • 86 AW conducts COVID-19 patient movement training

    Airmen assigned to the 86th Operations Group, 86th Medical Group and 86th Maintenance Group participated in a simulated open-air movement of COVID-19 positive patients on a C-130J Super Hercules aircraft.
  • 86 AW historian captures present for future

    Under normal circumstances base historians write an annual history report, but the impact of coronavirus disease 2019 has become such an important lesson that Dr. John Treiber, 86th Airlift Wing historian, has been continuously documenting the events surrounding the pandemic.
  • COVID-19 ops: AEOT provides lifesaving support, transfer to positive patients

    Airmen assigned to Air Force Reserve Command from various locations within the United States arrived at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, to assist with coronavirus disease 2019 operations from May 2-3.
  • 86 MXG: Expanding aeromedical evacuation capabilities

    The 86th Maintenance Group leads the charge for the C-130 community in procuring ion distribution units to ensure the safety of aircrews, passengers and the Airmen working in and around the aircraft.
  • Fact Check: Dangers of COVID-19 misinformation

    Coronavirus disease 2019 is not simply a pandemic. It’s quickly become known as an “infodemic.” With the ease of posting and sharing, it’s become more difficult than ever to parse what’s real and what’s false.
  • COVID-19 ops: KMC’s questions answered as facilities reopen

    Team Ramstein hosted a virtual town hall April 27 in a continued effort to provide updates on coronavirus disease 2019 and the base’s phased approach to return elements of normalcy to the Kaiserslautern Military Community.
  • COVID-19 ops: SAPR office continues to raise awareness

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and even during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office is finding ways to raise awareness.
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