One hundred forty-two U.S. Air Forces in Europe technical sergeants graduated Kisling NCO Academy Feb. 12 at Ramstein Officers
I have concerns about traffic on base. First, the length of the traffic lights on Michigan at Kisling avenues.
A new system to help fighter aircraft land safely during take off or landing during a brake failure or any other emergency situation was recently installed at Balad Air Base, Iraq, by two airmen and a team deployed from Germany.
Have you ever focused so hard on all the minute details that the important things somehow slipped by? This was the case for me one day, and it provided a lesson that I have never forgotten.
U.S. Army Europe is completing the deployment of a second rotation of units to Iraq. This seems like a good time to thank a group of people who allowed these Soldiers to spend a few more days and weeks at home before deploying to Iraq for a year
The 415th Base Support Battalion finishes up their first Redeployment and Reintegration Plan for Soldiers returning to the KMC from Operation Iraqi Freedom 2 p.m. today at the Kaiserslautern Community Activities Center, Kleber Kaserne.
February is famous for cupid, candy and overpriced roses. The fact that it also is National Vision Awareness Month sometimes gets shuffled to the back burner. Take good vision for granted now and be prepared to wear glasses later.
What was once a disturbing trend for children has become a health issue of widespread proportions.
The 230th Military Police Company, 95th MP Battalion, 37th Transportation Command, are heading to Iraq in the near future to join tens of thousands of other Soldiers participating in Operation Iraqi Freedom.