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  • Ramstein supports Rapid Falcon

    A High Mobility Artillery Rocket System waits to be loaded onto a C-130J Super Hercules aircraft at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Nov. 19, 2020. The 37th Airlift Squadron supported exercise Rapid Falcon, a training and readiness exercise involving U.S. and Romanian army field artillery units at Mihail

  • Ramstein Airmen LEAP into learning new languages

    Learning new languages can broaden one’s horizons, but for some languages even mastering the alphabet is a challenge.The Language Enabled Airman Program is here to help Active Duty Air Force Officers and Enlisted personnel through that.

  • Emergency Management Chief prepares next generation

    For the past two years, a central focal point for U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa is increasing readiness. Exercises with Mission-Oriented Protective Posture gear, and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives material defense training have become a regular scenario

  • USAFE CMSgt leads CBRN defense course

    Two chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense course students perform buddy checks, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Sept. 24, 2020. Buddy checks are completed to ensure CBRN gear is donned properly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Taylor D. Slater)

  • Airlifter of the Week: Leading the pack

    Many responsibilities fall on the shoulders of leaders, but it’s not always those who are older and wiser to fit such a role. At Ramstein Air Base, leaders come from all walks of life and may even show up as junior enlisted Airmen.

  • 86 MXS extracts C-130H fuel tank for training

    The 86th Maintenance Squadron removed fuel tanks from each wing of a C-130H Hercules ground trainer aircraft to use for confined space training. The additional hands-on training from the extracted fuel tanks is estimated to save the Air Force up to $700,000.

  • Remembering D-Day; ACE exercises help USAFE operations

    ACE is a developing concept of operations intended to ensure U.S. Air Forces in Europe are ready for potential contingencies by allowing forces to operate from locations with varying levels of capacity and support, ensuring Airmen are postured to provide lethal combat power across the spectrum of