One million gallons of jet fuel. One month. One Airman.
Sometimes the only way to find a target is to first become the target.
Stepping out of the belly of a C-130 Hercules aircraft onto a sparse and windy tarmac, 130 Airmen met the green-spotted hills of Kigali, Rwanda, for an operation that had an unknown end-date.
In what could be billed as the grumpiest day in America, smokers were encouraged to put down the cigarettes for an entire day in support of Thursday
The transformation of the Kaiserslautern-Landstuhl Spouses Association
Having been written about and even featured on the big screen, the use of Native American languages during World War II is fast becoming a celebrated aspect of American history. While many people may be aware of the Navajo code talkers during the Second World War, Navajo was not the […]
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
A convoy of Humvees slowly makes its way down an old dirt road in a tranquil section of a German forest. Shots suddenly ring out. The convoy commander has been hit.
Everything was going according to plan until somebody found a suspicious package at General Support Center-Europe almost two hours into the 415th Base Support Battalion