Innovative leaders in the Army will always find ways to reach their Soldiers, even in the face of a pandemic. Sgt. 1st Class Brandon Johnson, the noncommissioned officer in charge of the Sensor Management Cell, assigned to the 11th Missile Defense Battery, 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command, makes videos to continue to train Soldiers during COVID-19 at Ramstein Air Base.
Since the start of restrictions related to COVID-19, global carbon dioxide emissions have decreased due to heightened teleworking capabilities and a reduction in travel, which means lower emissions from fossil fuel ignition.
Many responsibilities fall on the shoulders of leaders, but it’s not always those who are older and wiser who fit such a role. At Ramstein Air Base, leaders come from all walks of life and may even show up as junior enlisted Airmen.
The call to service resonates with many military families. Although never having sworn an oath to defend the constitution, Cheyney Lindgren’s contributions are an answer to the call for service members across Europe.
The Ramstein Chapel is accepting bids for a Ramstein Catholic Religious Education Coordinator (Grades 6-7 and confirmation) from July 9-23.
With the temperatures rising, and the scenic views Germany has to offer, motorcycle riders are eager and happy to mount their iron steeds and cruise.
It was a year ago the state of Rheinland-Pfalz recorded its highest temperature when the thermometer spiked to 104.7 F (40.4 C) July 25, 2019, on the hottest day ever in Germany.
The Fall 2019 Housing Resident Survey results, released by the U.S. Army on June 22, show an almost 2% increase from spring in overall satisfaction from Baumholder Military Community residents.
To comply with COVID-19 physical distancing requirements, the 86th Force Support Squadron set up a virtual process where DOD members and families can request books and other media. From there, they can pick up their items at the curbside takeaway window.