History provides lessons: accounts of what was inform what is, and what could be. U.S. Air Force historians ensure these lessons are available by keeping records of events, submitted them to commanders for sign-off, and organizing the information for future reference.
Though coronavirus disease 2019 is hindering activities that once drew huge crowds, COVID-19 will not stop a nation from honoring and remembering law enforcement officers who have fallen in the line of duty.
Sirens blared and children clapped as Kaiserslautern Military Community first responders drove through Ramstein’s family housing area during the Heroes through Housing event May 7.
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas — “I found a leader I could trust,” said Maj. Chris Harmer, as he recounted how fellow wingmen helped him find the support to overcome his invisible wounds.
U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. William Rodriguez-Febres, 721st Aerial Port Squadron ramp services noncommissioned officer in charge, right, at Ramstein Air Base, assists Airman 1st Class Christian Minjares, 816th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron loadmaster, Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, pull an engine trailer during a C-17 Globemaster III cargo offload at Ramstein, April 24.
Due to the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, Retired Maj. Ralph L. Turner, Tuskegee Airman, was not able to have traditional military honors for his funeral service.
Want to help your children begin to learn better in school? You can do so by paying attention to their learning habits and implementing a few tips around the house and in everyday life.
Even during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office is finding ways to raise awareness.
Amid all the changes to routines, key spouses from the 435th Contingency Response Squadron, 435th Contingency Response Support Squadron and the 435th Security Forces Squadron found a way to touch the lives of their squadron’s most valuable commodity: its people.