At the beginning, there’s plenty of information on what to expect as a new mom. New parents anxious to keep their children healthy nurture their children and set up good routines. They gobble up baby books and their advice. After some time, moms become pros at handling the nitty gritty of the daily grind that raising children demands.
Deciding on which Easter markets to visit is tough since there are so many popping up in large and small towns throughout Germany.
Egg painting, festivals, bonfires, Easter games and feasts all partially sum up a traditional German Easter weekend. Many Easter traditions first began in Germany, and to this day, Easter is one of Germany’s most celebrated holidays. In fact, the first chocolate Easter bunny was made in Germany in the 1800s.
Ask any military community volunteer about their work and one of the first things you’ll hear are expressions of charity and gratitude. Volunteerism can often be thankless and quiet, behind-the-scenes work.
Sixty-four students graduated Airman Leadership School April 1. Each graduate will receive 10 CCAF credits. Senior Airman Andrew Adams Senior Airman Flint Almiron Senior Airman Matthew Amato — Distinguished Graduate and Leadership Award Senior Airman Takayuki Arai Senior Airman Joshua Armstrong Senior Airman Stephen Baran Senior Airman Jared Barnes Senior Airman […]
British, French and U.S. airmen wrapped up the inaugural Exercise Tonnerre Lightning 14-1 Friday on Ramstein and other operating locations.
Soldiers and civilians from the 7th Civil Support Command, 21st Theater Sustainment Command, along with hundreds of additional participants from the United States, Bulgaria and 10 other NATO countries, officially marked the beginning of a multinational exercise designed to test the capabilities of allied nations in response to real-world emergencies March 31.
Building upon a long history of cooperation between the United States and Hungary, members of the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa staff and 493rd Expeditionary Fighter Wing spent three days with partners from the Hungarian air force at Kecskemét Air Base.
Regular force management updates are now being published at www.af.mil, including program updates, reports on voluntary program applications received at AFPC and changes to program eligibility.