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  • 86 AW adapts, continues honoring Airmen

    Airlifter of the Week is a program that recognizes Airmen who go above and beyond in making the 86th Airlift Wing the World’s Best Wing.
  • The United States Air Force Reserve's 72nd Birthday

    The United States Air Force Reserve was formed on April 14,1948, as an available force to serve during wartime. Currently, the Air Force Reserve has approximately 69,200 members serving in 35 wings across the Air Force.
  • Keeping traditions alive during the ‘new normal’

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Sarah Schechter, 86th Airlift Wing staff chaplain, tests communication capabilities in her home in Kaiserslautern, Germany, April 8, 2020. Schechter and her family hosted a virtual Passover Seder from their home to maintain physical distancing protocols while performing the 3,000 year-old ritual ceremony with members of the
  • Stuck in a goal: Starting & continuing ambitions

    As I tediously sit in my home after having second breakfast, watching three back-to-back movie marathons and admiring my stubbly telework beard, I realize these are things I used to get excited about before the coronavirus disease 2019 restrictions were implemented.
  • Ramstein virtual town hall focuses on resiliency

    With a focus on resiliency, Chief Master Sgt. Ernesto J. Rendon, Jr., 86th Airlift Wing command chief, hosted a virtual town hall, with a panel of resiliency experts, April 6.
  • Protectors of the base

    In a world currently in the midst of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, preventing the spread of the disease is a top priority. The 86th Aerospace Medicine Squadron’s bioenvironmental engineering flight aids in that process by performing N95 respirator mask fit tests for medical personnel.
  • Protectors of the base

    In a world currently in the midst of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, preventing the spread of the disease is a top priority. The 86th Aerospace Medicine Squadron’s bioenvironmental engineering flight aids in that process by performing N95 respirator mask fit tests for medical personnel.
  • Braving the fire: Airman overcomes difficult childhood, finds joy

    Throughout her life, Airman 1st Class Kayla Jerido, 86th Civil Engineer Squadron fire apprentice, has been described as the positive type, exhibiting a great energy for life. However, those who have heard the energetic 27-year-old’s journey are often taken by surprise.
  • COVID-19 in our community

    While the Air Force will continue reporting total coronavirus disease 2019 cases, installations including Ramstein Air Base, will no longer publish local case numbers on their COVID-19 website pages.
  • OPT ensures base is poised, ready for COVID-19 challenges

    Up until recently, a global pandemic was something most people only heard of in books and movies. Zombie apocalypses, doomsdays and viruses that infect the world in a matter of days seemed like pure science fiction.
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