• A C-130J Super Hercules assigned to the 37th Airlift Squadron makes a low-level approach during a sortie in support of exercise Juniper Falcon May 14 at Nevatim Air Base, Israel.

    US, Israeli Airmen fortify airlift capabilities

    NEVATIM AIR BASE, Israel — Two C-130J Super Hercules aircraft along with approximately 80 Total Force Airmen attached to the 37th Airlift Squadron, deployed to Israel in support of exercise Juniper Falcon from May 7 to 18.

  • U.S. Army Sgt. Brenda Contreras, 5th Quartermaster, 21st Special Troops Battalion, 21st Theater Sustainment Command, pins a ribbon on Aviella, a special Olympian, May 19 on Ramstein. Aviella and the other students competing in the 2017 Spring Kaiserslautern Military Community Special Olympics received a volunteer to accompany them as a “buddy” throughout the day.

    Airmen, Soldiers spring into action to support Special Olympics

    Airmen, Soldiers, and civilians alike came together on Ramstein to support and cheer on their Olympians during the 2017 Spring Kaiserslautern Military Community Special Olympics, May 19. More than 70 students from various schools throughout the KMC competed in several events including a relay race, volleyball, basketball skills, hula hoop, […]

  • Maj. Gen. Timothy M. Zadalis, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa vice commander, pays his respects at the gravestone for Gary Currie, an infant who lost his life in 1952, during the Ramstein Area Chiefs’ Group and German-American and International Women’s Club’s Kindergraves Memorial Service May 20 in Kaiserslautern. Zadalis presided over a dedication ceremony for Gary at the Kindergraves in October of 2016.

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News

Vigilance encouraged after Manchester attack

The attack in Manchester, England, this week is a reminder of the importance of staying vigilant in the face of terrorism, according to base officials.

Features

Vigilance encouraged after Manchester attack

The attack in Manchester, England, this week is a reminder of the importance of staying vigilant in the face of terrorism, according to base officials.

Lifestyle & Health

U.S. Army Sgt. Brenda Contreras, 5th Quartermaster, 21st Special Troops Battalion, 21st Theater Sustainment Command, pins a ribbon on Aviella, a special Olympian, May 19 on Ramstein. Aviella and the other students competing in the 2017 Spring Kaiserslautern Military Community Special Olympics received a volunteer to accompany them as a “buddy” throughout the day.

Airmen, Soldiers spring into action to support Special Olympics

Airmen, Soldiers, and civilians alike came together on Ramstein to support and cheer on their Olympians during the 2017 Spring Kaiserslautern Military Community Special Olympics, May 19. More than 70 students from various schools throughout the KMC competed in several events including a relay race, volleyball, basketball skills, hula hoop, […]

Sports

Sports Shorts — May 26, 2017

Soccer Clinic & Practicum Tournament Calling all soccer players!  Play in a free tournament on June 2. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Landstuhl Post’s Cage Field. Those interested in becoming IMCOM-E Officials must participate in the clinic preceding the tournament. Clinic dates are May 31 to June 1 […] - READ MORE...

Sports Shorts — May 19, 2017

Students at bat: adaptive sports build camaraderie

Tackling barriers; building relationships

Schools

Airmen, Soldiers spring into action to support Special Olympics

Airmen, Soldiers, and civilians alike came together on Ramstein to support and cheer on their Olympians during the 2017 Spring Kaiserslautern Military Community Special Olympics, May 19. More than 70 students from various schools throughout the KMC competed in several events including a relay race, volleyball, basketball skills, hula hoop, […] - READ MORE...

Sembach Middle School Science Fair

Education Notes — May 26, 2017

Education Notes — May 19, 2017