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LRMC receives superior unit award

LRMC receives superior unit award

Spc. Todd Goodman
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
Public Affairs

During the last year, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center saw an average of 1,000 patients per month. From tending to the wounds of downrange personnel to the retired and government employees, LRMC never missed a beat.

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Commander’s thanks

Commander’s thanks

Commander

***image1***“I would like to thank everyone at Ramstein who supported the recent Combat Air Forces/Mobil-ity Air Forces Conference. (Above) Master Sgt. Timothy Rizzardo, 735th Communications Squa-dron, and his team of specialists ensured all visitors’ communication needs were met. From Communications to Services, Civil Engineers to Security Forces, your performance was […]

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Cooking fire damages barracks kitchen

Cooking fire damages barracks kitchen

Sheri Byrd
Contract writer

The quick response of Vogelweh Station 5 firefighters helped extinguish an unattended cooking fire in a Rhine Ordnance Barracks barracks

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Commentary

AEF is heart of AF organizational transformation

AEF is heart of AF organizational transformation

Lt. Col. Timothy Fay
Lajes Field, Azores

AEF. These three letters represent the heart of the organizational transformation of our Air Force, yet somehow this ever-growing and evolving Air Expeditionary Force construct is often misunderstood by many of our own Air Force

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Commentary

Modify your mindset to accept change

Modify your mindset to accept change

Chief Master Sgt. Michael O

Since August, the KMC has been buzzing rather loudly. The buzz I am referring to hovers around the many changes new leadership has brought, but even more so by the chatter of those resisting change.

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USAFE members hone skills during exercise

USAFE members hone skills during exercise

Capt. Kristi Beckman
435th Air Base Wing
Public Affairs

A CH-47 Chinook helicopter is shot down and four survivors are stranded in a hostile location awaiting rescue. The scenario was part of a joint Combat Search and Rescue Exercise held at Hohenfels Army Air Field, Germany, March 20 to April 2.

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37th AS participates in Italy exercise

37th AS participates in Italy exercise

1st Lt. Tracy Giles
435th Air Base Wing Public Affairs

Twenty-six members of the 37th Airlift Squadron put their skills to the test March 29 through April 3, participating in Exercise Leaning Tower in Pisa, Italy.

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MASF movement

MASF movement

***image1***Capt. James Campion (left), flight nurse instructor from the 86th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, Ramstein, assisted by (l to r) technicians Staff Sgt. Jamie Faison, Staff Sgt. Susan Case and Staff Sgt. Janel Minerich practice exercise scenarios, communication, patient movement, treatment and processing after the set up of a Mobile Air […]

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Flying food

Flying food

***image1******image2***Airman 1st Class Stephanie Hamm (left), 735th Civil Engineer Squadron customer service technician, sends frozen food flying into her shopping cart during a three-minute shopping spree at the Ramstein commissary March 29. Airman Hamm was awarded the spree as 86th Airlift Wing Airman of the Year. She collected $1,766.26 in […]

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Wait your turn

Wait your turn

***image1***Many people falsely assume they have a protected left turn into the Joint Mobility Processing Center area inside the Ramstein West Gate. Drivers must ensure traffic is clear before making a left turn. To learn more about German signs, people can visit the U.S. Army Europe’s Registry of Motor Vehicle […]

April 2, 2004 ×