WASHINGTON — With the temperature rising and the school year drawing to a close, parents across the nation are starting to think about summertime plans. With three young children and a stretch of lazy summer days ahead, it’s definitely a hot topic in my household. Military families can get a […]
Archive for March, 2012
With 16 buildings, 1,421 rooms and nearly 1,300 Airmen, the dorm
managers have the duty of managing dormitories and making things run
smoothly for incoming and outgoing Airmen.
World Autism Awareness Month is a time to support the families and
individuals who have a diagnosis of autism. The first step is becoming
more informed about autism and then acting to help these families feel
accepted and a part of the community.
To some people, 70 years may seem like a long time, but is it really?
This year is significant because it marks the U.S. Air Forces in
What is Diabetes Alert Day? American Diabetes Association Alert Day is held every fourth Tuesday in March. It is a one-day campaign to challenge the community to take the Diabetes Risk Test to find out if they have a potential for developing Type 2 diabetes. How common is diabetes? […]
The Ramstein Integrated Delivery System team is planning the 2012
Caring for People Forum and we need you to make it a
Soldiers and spouses from the 10th Army Air and Missile Air Defense
Command and the 19th Battlefield Coordination Detachment were invited
March 15 to enjoy the St. Barbara
The squat bar before Master Sgt. Timothy Andrews was loaded with 473 pounds — one of many heavy lifts he would complete during National Military Powerlifting Championship at Miesau Army Depot. A 22-year Air Force veteran from Spangdahlem Air Base’s weapons safety office, Andrews remained focused as he stepped under […]