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  • How to PCS pets

    The following displays are a series of graphics on how to PCS your pet. Please refer to the United States Department of Agriculture Animal Health and Plant Health Inspection Service's website for the most up to date information on pet laws and regulations.
  • Ramstein-Miesenbach celebrates Fasching

    Ramstein-Miesenbach citizens came together to celebrate Fasching Feb. 25, 2020. Fasching is a day for citizens to express themselves, celebrate and break the rules. In Germany, particularly in the Rheinland area, the tradition can be traced back to medieval times when people lived under harsh rules.
  • Airlifter of the Week: 86th MDOS Airman’s passion for success through health

    U.S. Air Force Senior Airman David Hawkins, 86th Medical Operations Squadron pediatric medical technician, received the honor of being named Ramstein’s Airlifter of the Week, Feb. 13, 2019.Hawkins has a passion for leading others to a balanced life of mental, spiritual and physical health, he said. That passion started with his upbringing in
  • Rheinland-Pfalz and Ramstein Air Base leadership welcome American families

    Rheinland-Pfalz and Ramstein Air Base leadership handed out welcome bags as part of the “Welcome to Rheinland-Pfalz” program, a program seeking to help U.S. military families assimilate in their German communities.
  • 86 MXS helps the wing fly

    The 86th MXS works around the clock to make sure the base’s C-130’s are maintained and ready to fly at all times.
  • 86 FSS commander: True leaders serve

    For Reed, connectedness and service are what drive her and have made her an effective leader.
  • 86 AW leadership tours Lajes operations

    U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Mark R. August, 86th Airlift Wing commander and Chief Master Sgt. Ernesto J. Rendon, 86th AW command chief, visited the 65th Air Base Group in Lajes Field, Portugal to tour their operations.
  • How to 'trash' in Kaiserslautern County

    Trash must be separated into glass, plastics, paper and residual waste. These different categories will be picked up on different days. Off-base residents will be provided yellow bags and color-coded containers. Yellow bags are for plastics, rinsed cans and styrofoam. Blue containers are for paper products such as magazines, cardboard and books. Brown containers are for biological waste. Lastly, black containers are for residual waste. Residual waste does not contain pollutants nor can it be recycled. Some stores and supermarkets collect hazardous waste, including batteries. Electronics can be disposed of at specific locations in each village.
  • Technical Sgt. saves a life with CPR

    RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany -- The day started like any other for U.S. Air Force Technical Sgt. Heather R. Sanchez, 86th Security Forces Squadron Installation Access non-commissioned officer in charge.
  • Air Force remembers Tuskegee Airmen contributions in honor of Black History Month

    Every February, the U.S. recognizes Black History Month in order to showcase the challenges, victories and contributions of these individuals throughout the nation’s history.Contributions of the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II helped pave the way for future Airmen.At a time when individuals were segregated based on the color of their skin and
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