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Coming Home

Coming Home

Christine June, Story and photos
415th Base Support Battalion

The 1st Armored Division Soldiers are back home after 15 months in Iraq, but some of their equipment had to make a pit stop or

August 27, 2004 ×

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Fun at Pulaski Park

Pvt. John Hudspeth
21st Theater Support Command

The KMC

August 27, 2004 ×

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Americans, Germans share training

Americans, Germans share training

Sgt. Joe M. Battle
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center

Members of the German Regional Medical Command II had the opportunity to train with members of the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center staff during the German-American Partnership Training Event Aug. 12 at LRMC.

August 27, 2004 ×

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From diesel to vegetable oil: Car conversion leads way for economically minded

From diesel to vegetable oil: Car conversion leads way for economically minded

Gerri Young
Defense Commissary Agency Europe Public Affairs

Heino Traudt

August 20, 2004 ×

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Soldiers participate in Bulwark 2004

Soldiers participate in Bulwark 2004

Denise Calabria
21st Theater Support Command

Like a car without gasoline or a flashlight without batteries, an Army weapon without ammunition is useless. Members of a 23rd Ordnance Company unit understand this concept and the importance of an uninterrupted and precise flow of ammo to Soldiers participating in the Army

August 20, 2004 ×

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USAFE Band broadens horizons in Africa

USAFE Band broadens horizons in Africa

Capt. Elizabeth Aptekar
U.S. Air Forces in Europe

SIZANANI VILLAGE, South Africa

August 20, 2004 ×

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Landstuhl Regional Medical Center: Improving ways to access patient care

Spc. Todd Goodman
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center

Incoming patients and summer rotations can make access to care at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center a bit of a trick for military dependents and retirees to get. Care is still available

August 20, 2004 ×

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Pet owners must obey German laws: Officials worry about wrong treatment

Pet owners must obey German laws: Officials worry about wrong treatment

Petra Lessoing
Kaiserslautern American

Recently the German-American Community Office and the Animal Protection Association Kaiserslautern received complaints about American citizens not treating their pets according to German law.

August 20, 2004 ×

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Cars are the Stars

Cars are the Stars

Story and photos by Christine June
415th Base Support Battalion

A record number of makes and models strutted their stuff to more than 4,000 spectators at the 20th Annual Cars are the Stars Street Machine National Auto Show held Saturday and Sunday at Pulaski Park.

August 13, 2004 ×

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Food preparation big morale boost for Soldiers

Food preparation big morale boost for Soldiers

by Denise Calabria
21st Theater Support Command PAO

For Soldiers in the field on a two-month exercise, food becomes more than something merely to fill their bellies. What they eat, and how the food tastes, become factors in morale issues, as well.
At Bulwark

August 13, 2004 ×