A U.S. Army Maj. in 1912 said “The real secret which makes the Indian such an outstanding soldier is his enthusiasm for the fight.”
“Where are you from?” Military members often travel to all ends of the earth and meet people from all walks of life. We often get asked that question. People want to know our story, where our roots began.
One constant of working for the military is frequent moves. Whether you are just arriving in Europe or finishing your tour, you will have to deal with receiving or shipping household goods.
U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Kendal “Wade” Roberson, 86th Maintenance Squadron hydraulic section chief, was recognized as Airlifter of the Week, Nov. 5.
Capt. Genesis Guerrero, a chaplain for the 39th Air Base Wing, was 17 years old when his family almost fell apart.
It started with an ugly discovery, then escalated into fits of rage as he witnessed his parents arguing hysterically: his father, Gene, had been caught being unfaithful.
A strong partnership between U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz leaders and school principals led to improvements for students and teachers in the Baumholder Military Community this past year.
Staff Sgt. Christian Martin, 86th Operations Support Squadron Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape Training non-commissioned officer in charge, might be able to evade capture in the wilderness, but he couldn’t escape the surprise when leadership recognized him as Airlifter of the Week, Oct. 31 on Ramstein Air Base. Martin leads […]
The U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation was named a finalist for the 2019 National Recreation and Park Association National Gold Medal Award in September.
After nine years of research, Dr. Stephen Johnson picks up a small, worn artifact among his possessions and polishes the rough surface with his thumb. The piece originated from a downed World War II A-36A Apache aircraft nicknamed “Stelloola,” after its pilot’s little sister.