Archive for January, 2012
As with all sports, there comes a time when athletes go from budding
prospect to rising star. It also marks a time when those stars
transition from stardom and enter the next chapter in their life.
What does it take to be recognized above your peers in an international organization of 35,000 members?
People who like to dress up in fancy dresses or costumes and be somebody
else have three and a half weeks left to do so. They can do it as long
as Germany celebrates its
Each year approximately 1,000 technical sergeants attend professional
military education at the Kisling NCO Academy, located on Kapaun Air
Since receiving approximately 800 works of art from the U.S. Army in
1950, artists in the U.S. Air Force Art Program have wielded pens and
brushes to convey the actions of Airmen in a way words never can.
The parking lot of the Kaiserslautern Community Activity Center on
Daenner Kaserne was deserted and the building was dark on a recent
Influenza, commonly called the flu, is a contagious virus that infects
the respiratory tract and is spread from one infected person to another.
The Emergency Medical Assistance Team, based in Schwetzingen, Germany, cased its colors and deactivated at Tompkins Barracks
Jan. 11, ending its six-year Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear
and High-Yield Explosive reconnaissance mission in Europe.