• Army Pvt. Amir Farzaneh, 27, of San Antonio, plays a villager in the opening scene of “Fiddler on the Roof.” Farzaneh, a computer specialist from the 212th Combat Support Hospital at Miesau Army Depot, joined U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz’s community theater shortly after arriving in Germany.

    Soldier finds home at garrison theater

    Not long ago, when Pvt. Amir Farzaneh first arrived at U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz, he wandered into the Java Cafe in the KMC Onstage foyer on Kleber Kaserne to catch a Wi-Fi signal.

  • Members of the Theater Logistic Support Center-Europe’s Maintenance Activity Vilseck remove the tube from an M-109A6 Howitzer Jan. 16 
on Rose Barracks. The MAV, along with the Army Field Support Battalion-Germany, the 16th Sustainment Brigade’s 317th Maintenance 
Company, and the U.S. Army Tank Automotive and Armament Command, have been tasked with the replacement of the tubes on eight European Activity Set Howitzers ensuring they are mission ready for upcoming rotations of American forces to Europe as part of the U.S. Army’s 
European Rotational Force.

    Agencies come together to replace EAS Howitzer tubes

    With the U.S. Army’s European Rotational Force in full swing and units continually rotating throughout Europe to train and work with allied partners, it is the responsibility of the Army Field Support Battalion-Germany, 405th Army Field Support Brigade, 21st Theater Sustainment Command to make sure the equipment Soldiers will work with are ready and operational.

  • Ramstein Airmen listen to the chief of staff of the Air Force, Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, as he responds to questions during a video conference Jan. 16. The video conference allowed Airmen to chat with Welsh about Air Force topics in an informal setting.

    CSAF invites Airmen to hang out

    Airmen and spouses on Ramstein were afforded the unique opportunity to join their wingmen from five other bases around the globe to ask the chief of staff of the Air Force, Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, and his wife, Betty, questions during a video conference Jan. 16.

Digital edition

 

Driver’s license issue a personal responsibility reminder

Living in Germany and traveling throughout Europe is a great opportunity for Airmen and their families to experience new cultures and historic landscapes. As welcomed guests in Germany, it is our responsibility to understand and follow German policies and laws. There has been a great deal of information circulating recently about German authorities enforcing a new standard for military members, U.S. civilian employees and their families to possess a valid stateside driver’s license in order to operate their vehicles here, with the overarching issue being […]

News

Virtual ESD now at Ramstein

In the past few weeks, a new application may have appeared on computer desktops. On Dec. 8, the 67th Cyber Wing deployed Virtual Enterprise Service Desk on computers throughout U.S. Air Forces in Europe.

Features

Airman 1st Class Austin Conway, 86th Vehicle Readiness Squadron general purpose light vehicle mechanic, checks a tire’s pressure Jan. 14 on Ramstein. The 86th VRS is responsible for servicing more than 1,000 vehicles on and off base.

86th VRS keeps Ramstein on the road

The 86th Vehicle Readiness Squadron general purpose light vehicle repair flight keeps units on Ramstein ready for any mission that requires them to be behind the wheel.

Lifestyle & Health

Army Pvt. Amir Farzaneh, 27, of San Antonio, plays a villager in the opening scene of “Fiddler on the Roof.” Farzaneh, a computer specialist from the 212th Combat Support Hospital at Miesau Army Depot, joined U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz’s community theater shortly after arriving in Germany.

Soldier finds home at garrison theater

Not long ago, when Pvt. Amir Farzaneh first arrived at U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz, he wandered into the Java Cafe in the KMC Onstage foyer on Kleber Kaserne to catch a Wi-Fi signal.

Sports

New Year’s resolution leads Airman to pro card

New Year’s resolutions can temporarily change the lives of many, but for Senior Airman Jeremy Pellot, his 2013 aspirations changed him for far beyond that year. - READ MORE...

Sports shorts – events and notices

US, Senegal play soccer together

Skiing in the Black Forest