It is a crucial moment in a Soldier’s career — a step that transitions them from troops to leaders. It is the moment they become noncommissioned officers. One battalion recognized Soldiers from throughout the KMC for their entrance into the NCO corps with a ceremony.
More than 40 British Air Training Corps cadets visited the Kisling NCO Academy to garner knowledge about the Air Force lifestyle and education system.
Soldiers from the 7th Civil Support Command’s 773rd Civil Support Team trained four soldiers from the Kosovo Security Force’s HAZMAT Company, Civil Protection Regiment, during a Defense Threat Reduction Agency-sponsored preparedness partnership exercise Aug. 12 to 22 on Panzer Kaserne in Kaiserslautern.
The Air Force’s top enlisted leader focused on the future force, the new enlisted evaluation system and professional development during the Air Force Sergeants Association Professional Airmen’s Conference here Aug. 19.
The Ramstein Airman & Family Readiness Center is bringing in a new course Tuesday that will better prepare Airmen and their families with transitioning into the civilian lifestyle.
AUG. 21 10:15 p.m.: Failure to control pet was reported in Schopp. AUG. 22 12:15 a.m.: Self-harm and drunk and disorderly conduct were reported in Kaiserslautern. 8:37 p.m.: A sexual assault was reported on Sembach Kaserne. AUG. 23 4 a.m.: A major traffic accident with injuries was reported in Mehlingen. 3:23 p.m.: An attempted self-harm […]
With the winter months coming up fast and the hours of daylight gradually shortening, a three-man team from the 786th Civil Engineer Squadron spent July 7 to 25 repairing and replacing streetlights to enhance safety and visibility during the darker hours on Ramstein.
As many of our Airmen at Ramstein were told Wednesday at several town halls, after careful deliberation, I decided to rescind the general order banning alcohol in the dormitories effective immediately.
The KMC Housing Office on Vogelweh recently took steps to reduce a four-week backlog for customers.
The backlog, a combined Housing and Furnishings Management Office issue, began with 21 unfilled employee vacancies, an increase of approximately 3,000 customers over the past year, and computer problems.