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A Moment in Air Force History

A Moment in Air Force History

What was the first space station in orbit?

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Road warriors

Road warriors

***image1***The small red sign specifies a no passing zone and prohibits passing motor vehicles other than two-wheeled vehicles (bicycles and motorcycles). To learn more about German signs, people can visit the U.S. Army Europe’s Registry of Motor Vehicle Web site at http://rmv.hq usareur.army.mil and click on the driver’s handbook section […]

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Customs helps guests drive temporarily in Germany

Customs helps guests drive temporarily in Germany

Visitors can legally drive USAREUR-plated vehicles in Germany with customs authorization certificate Visitors to Germany can get authority from U.S. Army Europe to drive USAREUR-plated vehicles while vacationing in Germany. Friends and family members who do not live in Germany may be able to use this exception with a simple […]

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21st TSC loses Soldier during Operation Iraqi Freedom

21st TSC loses Soldier during Operation Iraqi Freedom

Angelika Lantz
21st Theater Support Command

The 21st Theater Support Command members honored the life of the first command Soldier to be killed in action during Operation Iraqi Freedom during a Memorial Service April 16 at Vogelweh.
Spc. Jonathan Roy Kephart, 21, a Kaiserslautern-based Military Policeman from the 230th Military Police Company, 95th MP Battalion, 37th Transportation Command, was killed during a squadron ambush April 8.

April 23, 2004 ×

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RAMEX preparation

RAMEX preparation

***image1***Airman 1st Class Michael Madril, 435th Security Forces Squadron, practices putting on glove inserts in preparation of the Ramstein exercise Monday to April 30. Additionally, a Major Accident Response Exercise will take place Saturday. Some Ramstein facilities may have limited manning or services due to the exercises.

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Aeromedical evac squadron proves motto ‘always ready’

Airman 1st Class Nicole Spence
435th Air Base Wing Public Affairs

“Always Ready” laid bare the 86th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron’s depth of reliability Monday as a C-130 channel mission to Pristina, Kosovo, turned into a life saving assignment. Only an hour before take-off did Maj. Chuck Wheeler, 86th AES training flight commander, learn there would be a delay due to high […]

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Want to donate toys?

Want to donate toys?

***image1***People can donate new or used toys in good condition at the following locations: Ramstein Base Exchange Northside shoppette Northside post office Northside chapel 435th Communications Squadron (Bldg. 500, Room 148) 835th Communications Squadron (Bldg. 2103, Room 111) Family Support Center Burger King 24-hour gas station Vogelweh Power Zone Burger […]

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Making a difference: KMC donates toys to Iraqi children

Staff Sgt. M. Davis
Kaiserslautern American editor

Iraqi children may have more to smile about thanks to KMC people who donate toys to

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Commanders praise KMC for Combat Proud efforts

Commanders praise KMC for Combat Proud efforts

Col. Michael P. Aeillo
135th Air Base Wing
vice commander and
Col. Bradley R. Pray
86th Airlift Wing
vice commander

With Spring in full bloom, the days getting longer and the increase in outdoor activities, many of us find ourselves enjoying the sunshine and fresh air more and more.

April 23, 2004 ×

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A Moment in Air Force History

A Moment in Air Force History

What was the first space station in orbit?

April 23, 2004 ×