• Photo by Senior Airman Lane T. Plummer
Airman 1st Class Quinn Harris, 37th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, peers over the skies at another C-130J Super Hercules flying over a blanket of clouds Feb. 10. During the Korean War, the squadron flew airborne assaults at Sukchon, North Korea, and Munsan-ni, South Korea, and aerial transportation between Japan and Korea.

    Herc history honored: 37 AS celebrates 75 years

    Friday, Feb. 10, was a cold, dreary day on Ramstein. A blanket of dark clouds eclipsed the sun and sky, shutting out the light and dappling the landscape with delicate snow. Anybody would have wanted to stay inside and succumb to the stillness of a grave winter morning.

  • Airmen 1st Class Briann Eddy (left), Brennan Gregory (center) and Dakota Staten, 86th Vehicle Readiness Squadron special vehicle maintenance journeymen, inspect a Tunner 60K Loader Jan. 30 on Ramstein. All three have been together since technical training in California and are part of a 12-man shop responsible for keeping vehicles on the flightline operable at all times.

    Day to day with 86 VRS special vehicle maintainers

    Airmen 1st Class Briann Eddy (left), Brennan Gregory (center) and Dakota Staten, 86th Vehicle Readiness Squadron special vehicle maintenance journeymen, inspect a Tunner 60K Loader Jan. 30 on Ramstein. All three have been together since technical training in California and are part of a 12-man shop responsible for keeping vehicles on the flightline operable at all times.

  • Courtesy photos
Females dressed as old women and witches storm town hall in Ramstein-Miesenbach at 11:11 a.m. each year on “Altweiberfasching.” Women in disguise will take the reigns Thursday.

    Women storm town halls, rule men Thursday

    Women in disguise will storm Ramstein-Miesenbach town hall at 11:11 a.m. Thursday to start “Altweiberfasching” celebrations. It’s one of the craziest days during Fasching season and literally translated it means “old women’s carnival.”

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Photo by Senior Airman Lane T. Plummer
Airman 1st Class Quinn Harris, 37th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, peers over the skies at another C-130J Super Hercules flying over a blanket of clouds Feb. 10. During the Korean War, the squadron flew airborne assaults at Sukchon, North Korea, and Munsan-ni, South Korea, and aerial transportation between Japan and Korea.

Herc history honored: 37 AS celebrates 75 years

Friday, Feb. 10, was a cold, dreary day on Ramstein. A blanket of dark clouds eclipsed the sun and sky, shutting out the light and dappling the landscape with delicate snow. Anybody would have wanted to stay inside and succumb to the stillness of a grave winter morning.

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Airmen 1st Class Briann Eddy (left), Brennan Gregory (center) and Dakota Staten, 86th Vehicle Readiness Squadron special vehicle maintenance journeymen, inspect a Tunner 60K Loader Jan. 30 on Ramstein. All three have been together since technical training in California and are part of a 12-man shop responsible for keeping vehicles on the flightline operable at all times.

Day to day with 86 VRS special vehicle maintainers

Airmen 1st Class Briann Eddy (left), Brennan Gregory (center) and Dakota Staten, 86th Vehicle Readiness Squadron special vehicle maintenance journeymen, inspect a Tunner 60K Loader Jan. 30 on Ramstein. All three have been together since technical training in California and are part of a 12-man shop responsible for keeping vehicles on the flightline operable at all times.

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Courtesy photos
Females dressed as old women and witches storm town hall in Ramstein-Miesenbach at 11:11 a.m. each year on “Altweiberfasching.” Women in disguise will take the reigns Thursday.

Women storm town halls, rule men Thursday

Women in disguise will storm Ramstein-Miesenbach town hall at 11:11 a.m. Thursday to start “Altweiberfasching” celebrations. It’s one of the craziest days during Fasching season and literally translated it means “old women’s carnival.”

Sports

Sports Shorts – Feb. 17, 2017

Free lacrosse clinics Free lacrosse clinics will be open to children ages 8 to 18 years old from 10 a.m. to noon March 25 and May 13 in Landstuhl, and April 23 on Pulaski Barracks. Registration is currently open. Players, coaches and interested participants are needed. For more information or […] - READ MORE...

Sports Shorts – Feb. 10, 2017

Ramstein Royals basketball: Seniors outshine Hohenfels

Sports Shorts – Feb. 3, 2017

Schools

School Notes – Feb. 17, 2017

KMC Scholarship applications KMC Scholarship 2017 applications are now available for download at www.kmcscholarships.org. Spouse applications and university applications are due March 1 at the Ramstein Officers’ Club; drop-off times are 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 5 to 6:30 p.m. Graduating senior applications are due during lunch periods March […] - READ MORE...

Sembach spelling bee winners

School Notes – Feb. 10, 2017

KHS pushing hard for possible national titles