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  • 721st APS special handling flight: special care in the air

    The 721st Aerial Port Squadron's Special Handling Flight uses the power of logistics to get equipment and personnel to wherever it needs to go in order to keep the mission going.
  • Prevent delay, update TRICARE today

    Out of the nearly 3,000 service members who arrived at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, in 2020, more than 450 members and their families have not enrolled in the TRICARE Overseas Program. Checking off this simple administrative task can save time and money in the long run.
  • Airmen receive initial COVID-19 vaccine

    First responders and select medical personnel received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine Jan. 4 at Ramstein’s Southside Fitness Center Annex.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Operation Varsity tests base, Airmen readiness

    Airmen here wrapped up the latest iteration of Operation Varsity Oct. 23, 2020 after nearly two weeks of responding to a series of events, simulations and sirens.
  • US, NATO forces conduct airlift interfly over Germany during OV 20-04

    U.S. military personnel and aircraft assigned to Ramstein Air Base led an interfly formation over Germany, including aircraft from four NATO countries, Oct. 22, 2020.
  • 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 integrated into the Master Scenario Event List since 2018.
  • 86th AW leadership holds first all-calls

    The 86th Airlift Wing command team set aside two days last week to host their first all-calls since their arrival at Ramstein Air Base, Germany.
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