No two military careers are identical. Everyone has different experiences that make their path unique. Though they’re all different, each one begins the same way.
Archive for June, 2014
I have spent more than a year telling the story of our nation’s wounded warriors as I followed their transport from the mountains of Afghanistan to their medical care at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany.
No matter what my deployed military mission, I conduct the same checklist the night prior. Every single time.
Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson assumed command of 3rd Air Force during a ceremony June 11 on Ramstein.
Approximately 4,700 service members from 10 countries, including the United States, came together for the kick-off ceremony for Saber Strike June 9 at the Adazi training area in Latvia.
With summer starting and more people changing duty stations, members who want to take space-available flights will need to bring all the information and documentation with them, so they can get on the first possible flight.
Local historian Herbert Grimm recently visited Baumholder’s weekly German-American Stammtisch to intrigue a new generation of listeners with tales from long ago.
Thursday is a religious holiday in Germany, called “Fronleichnam,” or Corpus Christi Day. Roman-Catholics in Germany and Europe celebrate the church fest, which is observed 10 days after Pentecost. In some, but not all, German states, Fronleichnam is an official holiday. Stores, banks and official institutions are closed in Rheinland-Pfalz, […]
The USDA Free/Reduced Price Lunch Program can save a family up to $466 per child attending Department of Defense Dependents Schools every year.