KMC members have a new way to see what’s happening around them by using the My Military Communities app, or MyMC2.
MyMC2 is a free app developed by the 375th Communications Support Squadron at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. The app allows users to access events hosted by organizations in the KMC on any smart device by downloading the application through their respective app store.
The app pulls events from Face-book and displays them through MyMC2, consolidating them onto one list. Users have the ability to search by key words, simplifying the list so the user can see events that interest them.
The app also provides a directory, allowing users to find and contact an organization through Facebook or a phone number. Information about the organization will also display on screen after a user has selected an organization.
Other features include two interchangeable quick-call buttons, allowing users quick access to the operator, the cold line (480-2653), security forces and more. Also, users can access the base website and LiveWire, giving them more information to what’s going on in the area.
The 375th CSS developed the app for use at bases across the Air Force, allowing Airmen and their families to have access to information on events around them no matter where they are stationed.
The app is available at more than 40 bases, and is used by more than
20,000 users Air Force wide.
Using this app, Airmen can find things to do if they’re TDY or PCSing to a base. Any official organization in the KMC not already included on the list is encouraged to call the 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Office at 480-9196 or 06371-47-9196 to be included on the app.
If interested in downloading the app, go to your respective app store and search “My Military Communities,” or “MyMC2.” Once downloaded, scroll down to “Ramstein DEU” to see events occurring in the KMC.