Lt. Gen. Richard M. Clark, 3rd Air Force commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Phillip Easton, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa command chief and former 3rd Air Force command chief, participated in an immersion tour of the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing Feb. 3.
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When I arrived at Ramstein, I asked myself and I have been asked a number of times by others since, “Why a pink flamingo?” What does a pink flamingo have to do with the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing and the 435th Air Expeditionary Wing?
When new commanders come into the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing, they must attend a briefing with a 435 AGOW inspection team member.
Only a few hours before sunset, a plane loaded with Airmen and cargo lands on a runway. Within hours they are staring at an open field, miles away from the initial runway. Their task is to make the field a base.
The 86th Airlift Wing Equal Opportunity office conducted an “out-and-about” with 435th Air Ground Operations Wing Airmen to ensure Airmen are being treated fairly, communicating effectively and satisfied with their workplaces.
Ramstein hosted the eighth chief master sergeant of the Air Force for a base visit Jan. 25 to 29.
Sam E. Parish, retired chief master sergeant of the Air Force, spoke with more than 700 of the Air Force’s newest chiefs and future NCOs throughout his visit.
Parachuting out of a Ramstein C-130J Super Hercules is just one of the many tasks independent duty medical technician Airmen are required to do at locations throughout Europe.