The Kaiserslautern May carnival
Archive for May, 2010
The judge ordered the courtroom into session as the trial of Luke Simmons began.
As a reporter, I just know some interviews are going to make a great story.
Members of Team Ramstein recently completed the May Phase I and II
operational readiness exercises here to test the 86th Airlift Wing and
435th Air Ground Operations Wing
The trash pick up in some villages of the KMC will move due to the Corpus Christi holiday, which Germans observe Thursday. • From Tuesday to Monday in Pörrbach, Schwedelbach, Erzenhausen, Mackenbach, Weilerbach, Rodenbach, Bruchmühlbach, Vogelbach, Lambsborn, Elschbach and Buchholz; • From Wednesday to Tuesday in Landstuhl-City, Queidersbach, Schopp, Krickenbach and Linden; […]
The City of Kaiserslautern starts its traditional park concert season Sunday in the Volkspark.
Classes and training Marti Readel from DANTES Europe will visit Ramstein and give a free Troops-to-Teachers briefing at 10 a.m. June 4 in Bldg. 2104, Classroom 100. The purpose of Troops-To-Teachers is to help eligible military personnel transition to a new career as public school teachers in targeted schools. The general […]
The U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern Equal Employment Opportunity Office is soliciting nominees for the Department of the Army Award for the Outstanding Army Employee with a Disability. The purpose of the award is to identify, recognize and publicize the achievements of outstanding employees with disabilities who have made significant contributions […]