• Courtesy photoThe Landstuhl running association LLG holds its traditional Christmas run around the Christmas market Nov. 30. 
The event includes a children’s and main run.

    26th Christmas run to race past Christmas market

    The Landstuhl running association LLG will sponsor its 26th Christmas run Nov. 30.

  • Photo by City of KaiserslauternThe Christmas market set up in front of Stiftskirche in Kaiserslautern offers many food specialties, the traditional Glühwein and a merry-go-round for children.

    Ring in the holidays at German Christmas markets

    Walking through the center of town, shoppers can tell Christmas is only a few weeks away. Window displays show holiday decorations, and Christmas markets in stores offer anything having to do with the holidays, such as ornaments, Christmas cookies and chocolate Santa Clauses.

  • Members of the 21st Operational Weather Squadron take an opportunity to learn more about local weather patterns with 2nd Lts. Monika Kaczanowska and Daniel Kowalczyk, Polish armed forces meteorological and oceanographic officers, Nov. 14 on Kapaun Air Station. The 21st OWS showed the two Polish armed forces members around the U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command weather systems and operations.

    Weather Airmen bridge NATO forecasting worlds

    The 21st Operational Weather Squadron, part of the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing, hosted two Polish armed forces members Nov. 9 to 22 to learn and develop skills from each other to predict accurate, timely and relevant environmental weather intelligence.

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Skiing in the Black Forest

When the first snow falls, ski resorts begin to open, and in Germany, this is a sport many look forward to. In fact, skiing made its mark in Germany in 1891, “The birth year of German skiing,” directly on the slopes of Feldberg Ski resort by a Frenchman named Dr. Pilet with his wooden skis. The trend caught on and next year, Feldberg will celebrate 125 years of skiing. Today, Feldberg, located in the Black Forest, is one of  seven resorts that now covers 61 kilometers of easy to difficult ski slopes with 35 total ski lifts. This year, Feldberg will open […]

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Holiday shipping through APO

Holiday shipping through APO

As the Christmas season approaches, military families living abroad have a special opportunity to connect with family and friends in the United States through Christmas cards and presents from their host country. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Darian Lira, postmaster at the Ramstein Northside Post Office, offered some insight on getting […]

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Tübingen’s feast for chocoholics

Tübingen’s feast for chocoholics

Those who cannot resist the sweet and delicate taste of chocolate or are simply looking for a savory gift, may want to head to Tübingen for the International Chocolate Festival, or “chocolART,” the largest chocolate festival in Germany.

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Tübingen’s feast for chocoholics

Tübingen’s feast for chocoholics

Those who cannot resist the sweet and delicate taste of chocolate or are simply looking for a savory gift, may want to head to Tübingen for the International Chocolate Festival, or “chocolART,” the largest chocolate festival in Germany.

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Skiing in the Black Forest

When the first snow falls, ski resorts begin to open, and in Germany, this is a sport many look forward to. In fact, skiing made its mark in Germany in 1891, “The birth year of German skiing,” directly on the slopes of Feldberg Ski resort by a Frenchman named Dr. Pilet with his wooden skis. The trend caught on and next year, Feldberg will celebrate 125 years of skiing. - READ MORE...

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