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  • Nice guy finishes first, recognized as Airlifter of the Week

    Anyone who has binged streaming services knows that three hours can fly by in the blink of an eye. It is not a lot of time, however, for Senior Airman Larry Nice, 86th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron aeromedical evacuation technician, three hours was all he had to prepare a C-17 to pick up two wounded U.S. Soldiers.
  • "Iconic image" of NCO found in 86 MXG; honored as Airlifter of the Week

    The 86th Maintenance Group noncommissioned officer in charge of training management was honored as Ramstein’s Airflifter of the Week, Mar. 7, 2019.
  • 86 CES Fire Protection Battalion Chief rises to the challenge; earns Airlifter of the Week

    An 86th Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Protection Battalion Chief received the honor of being Ramstein’s Airlifter of the Week, Feb. 21, 2019.
  • Base Defense: Remember to SALUTE

    “We need your help – our security forces defenders keep us safe, but they can’t be everywhere,” said Col. Joseph Wenckus, 86th Airlift Wing vice commander. “We all have a part in defending our installations. Force protection is job number one, and it is a shared responsibility.”
  • Day of departure: PCS edition

    Outprocessing from an overseas assignment is known for being a complicated process, but service members can finally take a breather once they wake-up on that final day-of-departure morning. Though the day of departure may be a day to relax, for some, the day can quickly turn into one of the busiest.
  • Practicing safe supplement use

    When people hear the word “supplement,” some tend to think about gym weights clashing and sweat, but supplements are used for far more than just getting “swole” or losing weight. There are a myriad of reasons people choose to take a supplement, but service members should be cognizant of what is in a supplement and the potential risks involved before making that choice.
  • Talk about it: resources and support for pregnancy and infant loss within KMC

    “Often times, people don’t know resources are out there,” said Maj. Mark Rendon, U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz family and life Chaplain. “Or, they’re unaware of how to get these resources. And sometimes, it’s just not a subject that is easily talked about with others, because, the loss of a child is very difficult.”
  • West Gate to undergo construction Nov. 27

    Construction is scheduled to begin on the West Gate starting Nov. 27 and will continue until Dec. 29 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., which may impede traffic through the gate between those times.
  • BRS at a glance

    Retirement is something every service member will think about, whether it be tomorrow or 20 years from now. But, do Airmen within the Kaiserslautern Military Community know what their retirement options are?
  • KMCC parking lot to reopen in September

    The 86th Civil Engineer Squadron is preparing the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center’s southwest parking lot for its final acceptance on Sept. 11, 2017.
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