From July 28 through Aug. 5, 35 service members and civilians attended the Protocol Fundamental Course here to learn specific details about the role they play in many different events.
Every speech I’ve heard regarding “teamwork” usually includes the phrase “there’s no ‘I’ in team” or something to that effect. Its true there is no “I” in team; however, teamwork starts with you. The mission can’t get accomplished if you don’t complete your training. Your team can’t succeed unless you are dedicated to the goal. It takes YOU to make a team succeed. To be a successful team player, you need to focus on and adopt the unit’s mission. You have to understand each teammate’s role in the mission. The Air Force is not a single team effort; therefore, you must learn how to cooperate and work with other teams.
A C-130J Super Hercules was converted into a flying critical care unit in mid-air after leaving Ramstein on a real-world mission July 26, 2014.
Precision is a part of everyday life, whether an Airman realizes it or not, and the members of the 86th Maintenance Squadron Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory ensure the accuracy of equipment used by several commands that operate in Europe, Africa and Asia.
U.S. Army Europe welcomed its new Deputy Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Walter E. Piatt today after he departed his previous assignment as the commander, Joint Multinational Training Command in Grafenwoehr. Piatt replaces Maj. Gen. Richard Longo who retired in a ceremony July 22, after 34 years of service. Piatt has […]
Kirchheimbolanden will celebrate its 64th annual summer fest called “Residenzfest” (residence fest), Saturday through Monday. The fest, which is also known as “Three summer days in the little residence,” features live music, culinary specialties, wines and a fireworks display.
On May 24, three members of the Kaiserslautern Robotics Club had chance to participate in an all German robotics competition, called the World Robot Olympiad. This was the first year the team from Kaiserslautern High School participated in this event, and it was an incredible challenge being the only English speaking team at the event.
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