Students, teachers and parents of the Defense Department’s schools can be confident that despite the department’s upcoming civilian furloughs, the school year will start on time, the Department of Defense Education Activity’s director said today.
Archive for May, 2013
In the course of a long military career, CW2 Bill Michitsch, 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command G-4 food service technical adviser, has visited 28 countries and 43 states.
The school year is finally coming to a close for the Ramstein High School class of 2013 June 7. We asked: How do you feel now that graduation is around the corner?
County road L379 between Obermoschel and Waldgrehweiler will close to motorized traffic from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The union community of Alsenz-Obermoschel will sponsor its second car-free event in the Moscheltal valley. Along the 10 kilometers stretch, L379 will turn into an adventure area for bicyclists, hikers and skaters.
Minimalist footwear, or barefoot-style shoes (for basic protection from sharp and hazardous materials), have become increasingly popular among runners.
It was seven weeks in the making, but Baumholder’s new Warrior Zone is now a reality. The Warrior Zone officially opened at its new location next to the Hall of Champions May 23, only moments after the official opening of the Baumholder EXPO.
The Utility Tax Avoidance Program benefits military and civilian Department of Defense personnel who live in off-base housing.
Soldiers from the 21st TSC traveled to the cemetery to honor American Soldiers who gave their lives in service to their nation.
Visitors come and go, however, musician Damon Marks and The Traveling Guitar Foundation left a lasting impact on the music programs in the KMC.