Running is both an integral part of Air Force physical fitness assessments and, if done incorrectly, a potential source of injury. The 86th Medical Group physical therapy flight introduced a new running class called Pose Method to help patients correct their stride, reduce or eliminate pain, and avoid future injury so they can improve their scores on the cardiovascular component of the Air Force fitness tests.
Domestic assault can happen anywhere, to anyone, and unfortunately, these crimes happen here in the Kaiserslautern Military Community as well. “Domestic assault sometimes happens more frequently in the summer months because of the alcohol consumed at village fests, cookouts and outdoor activities,” said Staff Sgt. Tim Passe, U.S. Army Garrison […]
Many Airmen and Soldiers are used to working alongside one another in a variety of career fields. Pilots, security forces, maintainers, and others often have the opportunity to build a partnership with sister services through exercises and deployments.
The summer is finally here and with it Men’s Health Month is observed across the U.S. with various health fairs, screenings, and other health education and outreach activities. While people are aware that being healthy and staying fit to fight is essential to the mission, June is the month used […]
Due to a current staffing shortage, the Appointment Line wait times may be longer than normal for patients of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and the Army Health Clinics at Kleber, Baumholder and Wiesbaden installations. To help save patients time, the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center team is encouraging TRICARE beneficiaries to […]
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, […]
FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Mental health disorders are relatively common within civilian and military communities, but with early treatment, most mental health disorders can be effectively treated, and patients can return to mental wellness.
Dog Center Europe, located on Pulaski Barracks in Kaiserslautern, will undergo a name change and become Veterinary Medical Center Europe today. The new name, according to Maj. Lane Hansen, DCE director and veterinarian, better reflects the array of services that are currently provided to the military community. “We have been […]
KMC Events » The Kaiserslautern Landstuhl Spouses’ Association will hold a Bunco Luncheon 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 22 at the Armstrong’s Club on Vogelweh. Anyone interested in attending should make reservations at email@example.com by May 18. The cost of the luncheon will be $15 for members and $20 for […]