Many things can discourage young Airmen arriving at a new base, let alone a new country. Fortunately for one Airman, she was able to overcome any concerns by using her core values to come up with solutions and make those worries fly away.
Like a jigsaw puzzle, an investigation can’t be completed without all the pieces in their precise position, so Air Force Office of Special Investigations Airmen work tirelessly searching through jumbled pieces of information, using their skills of detection to fit the puzzle together and help catch criminals.
At only 17 years old, Capt. Syrah Nicaisse, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center certified nurse midwife, understood what she was meant to do with her life. As a volunteer at a hospital where her mother worked in the labor and delivery unit, she was always intrigued by the birth process.
The 21st Theater Sustainment Command welcomed six new members into the Sergeant Morales Club during a ceremony Feb. 26 at the Kaiserslautern Community Activity Center on Daenner Kaserne.
A former Ultimate Fighting Championship featherweight spent time training with 18th Military Police Brigade Soldiers at the Sembach Fitness Center Feb. 21.
As a Department of the Army civilian, she serves her country as a member of the 21st Theater Sustainment Command’s transformation section. As an officer, she serves the Army as a lieutenant colonel in the 7th Civil Support Command. Through her passion, she serves the community as a member of a very unique guild.
On a sunny Tuesday at the Ramstein Golf Course, female Airmen of all ranks and ages gathered for a discussion. In a crowded room, women spoke and listened, relying on each other’s knowledge in an effort to learn how to tackle everyday challenges.