• Seasonal Affective Dis­order commonly develops in late fall and may last through the winter. There is no specific cause for it, but a lack of sunlight is thought to have an impact on certain brain chemicals and circadian rhythm, which can lead to depression.

    Are you sad or are you SAD?

    It’s that time of year again, when the warm summer fades into autumn chills and frosty winters. The skies become grayer and the sun barely shines. For some, autumn and winter are welcome breaks from the summer heat; but for others, the change in seasons may cause dread.

  • U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Kaylea Berry, 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs broadcast journalist, is pictured in her military uniform, left, and her traditional Mvskoko (Creek) Nation attire at Ramstein Air Base, Nov. 8. Berry keeps a connection with her tribe by learning its language and history, and by reading about how current events affect her, her family, and her tribe.

    Honoring National American Indian Heritage Month

    A U.S. Army Maj. in 1912 said “The real secret which makes the Indian such an outstanding soldier is his enthusiasm for the fight.”

  • Tips for a safe, successful household goods shipping experience

    Tips for a safe, successful household goods shipping experience

    One constant of working for the military is frequent moves. Whether you are just arriving in Europe or finishing your tour, you will have to deal with receiving or shipping household goods.

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U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Mark R. August, 86th Airlift Wing commander, and U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Ernesto J. Rendon, 86th AW command chief, look on as members of the Ramstein Air Base Honor Guard prepare to lay a wreath during the Ramstein-Miesenbach National Day of Mourning Ceremony, Nov. 17. The National Day of Mourning is a German holiday where citizens mourn victims of war. The ceremony included NATO armed forces members, local officials and members of the Kaiserslautern community. Photo by Airman 1st Class Taylor D. Slater

Ramstein leadership attends National Day of Mourning

U.S. Air Force Col. Matt Husemann, 86th Airlift Wing Vice Commander, stands in respect before ceremonial wreaths during the City of Kaiserslautern’s National Day of Mourning Ceremony in Kaiserslautern, Nov. 17. Kaiserslautern’s Lord Mayor Dr. Klaus Weichel and the German War Graves Commission invited Ramstein Air Base leadership to attend the ceremony. Known in Germany as Volkstrauertag, the National Day of Mourning is a time to remember the tragedy of war and mourn the victims, and to speak out for peace.

Features

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Kaylea Berry, 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs broadcast journalist, is pictured in her military uniform, left, and her traditional Mvskoko (Creek) Nation attire at Ramstein Air Base, Nov. 8. Berry keeps a connection with her tribe by learning its language and history, and by reading about how current events affect her, her family, and her tribe.

Honoring National American Indian Heritage Month

A U.S. Army Maj. in 1912 said “The real secret which makes the Indian such an outstanding soldier is his enthusiasm for the fight.”

Lifestyle & Health

Air Force Medical Home focuses Airmen readiness through improvements on patient access, delivery of quality care, and continued support of mission requirements. 

PCMs to change for many Airmen, families

The 86th Aerospace Medicine Squadron will gradually roll out a Primary Care Manager and patient system restructuring from now until January 2020.

Sports

Harlem Globetrotters entertain KMC community

Members of the Harlem Globetrotters throw confetti in the crowd during the Harlem Globetrotters Germany Tour on Vogelweh Military Complex, Nov. 15. These iconic athletes entertain audiences across the globe. - READ MORE...

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Education Notes

Korean language lessons Gift your child the gift of a second, or maybe even third language. SKIESUnlimited is now offering Korean language lessons. Open to all youth ages 5-18 with a military I.D. that are registered with CYS Services. For more information or to register, please contact Parent Central Services, […] - READ MORE...

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