Parents are their children’s biggest advocate, and when families are transitioning between schools, it’s important for parents and guardians to speak up and know what their children need.
One of our closest and strongest ties to home is the mail. Whether it’s birthday cards from Grandma, holiday presents, bills, special online orders, or cookies from Mom, the mail touches each of us every day. Fortunately, mail service is relatively quick and efficient despite being overseas. However, family members and mailers back home need to know a few important pointers about mailing to an overseas APO or FPO.
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas — The Air Force promotion system promotes the most fully-qualified noncommissioned and senior noncommissioned officers based on the quality of their records and other weighted factors, while recognizing an individual Airman’s potential for advancement to the next rank. Enlisted evaluation board panels consider more than […]
Are you thinking about buying a used car downtown, or are you about to sell your car to a fellow service member? Then you might be interested to know that in both cases, the sale and purchase is subject to German law. Therefore, it is good to know what host […]
Airman 1st Class Amaya Wollaston, 86th Communications Squadron cyber vulnerability management technician, sat on the couch with her friend at Club 7 and talked as they looked through a binder full of movies. After picking a flick they kicked back, snacked and enjoyed a day much like the ones Wollaston […]
Members of the 702nd and 720th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Com-panies competed for the U.S. Army Europe Team of the Year at the training area in Baumholder, June 4-9.
Something old is new again at the 361st Civil Affairs Brigade.
Col. Bradley A. Heston, a former 361 CAB operations officer, took command of the unit from Col. John T. Novak during a Sunday morning ceremony on Daenner Kaserne. He was in his previous position seven years ago when the brigade activated at its current location.
WIESBADEN — Sun Tzu, the ancient Chinese general who authored “The Art of War,” once wrote, “know the land, know the weather, your victory will then be total.”
This is why the Air Force invests plenty of time and money into training certain Airmen to watch for anything happening in the atmosphere.
Children of Ramstein personnel who are members of the Boy Scouts of America bow their heads in respect during the invocation at a Flag Day flag disposal ceremony June 14 on Ramstein.
The following is a list of performances and events happening in the KMC and nearby locations. Dates are subject to change.