Members of Team Ramstein competed in multiple events for the warrior day challenge June 22 on Ramstein.
Archive for June, 2012
After two weeks of intense training, about 2,000 troops from eight
nations began to pack up and head home from five locations spread across
Estonia and Latvia as exercise Saber Strike 2012 came to an official
close following ceremonies in Tapa, Estonia and Adazi, Latvia. The
troops left having made new friends, learned new techniques and
developed the confidence needed to better operate together in upcoming
deployments to Afghanistan.
The Southside, Northside and Vogelweh fitness centers are offering an
Incentive Program to emphasize total fitness and promote healthy
The Otterberg forestry office and the communities of Hochspeyer,
Frankenstein and Waldleiningen will sponsor, in cooperation with local
associations, the annual
Many children have dreamed of being a pilot. They spend hours imagining
By now, most everyone knows that the warriors in Afghanistan consist of
both the human and K-9 kind. Military working dogs have been with
service members since day one of the current contingency operations and
will likely be there until the last.
People who do not require vision correction rarely experience the
inconvenience of diminished sight except, perhaps, when having their
eyes dilated during an examination. The immediate and disorienting
effect of diminished vision makes us recognize the importance of our
Over the years, retirees desiring to stay in Germany had to obtain a
residency permit and, once approved, the local German authorities
(Ausländeramt) would stamp their American passport.
If you wish to retire in Germany and are no longer associated with the
U.S. military, you will lose your SOFA status and consequently will
become a tourist. A regular U.S. citizen can stay in Germany for 90 days
without requiring a residence permit. You will fall under this category
as soon as you retire.