It is not always easy to step out of your comfort zone, but for military members it is sometimes required. One Airman from the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing’s Contingency Response Group had the opportunity to step out and excel.
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Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson, 3rd Air Force and 17th Expeditionary Air Force commander, toured units of the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing Sept. 30 on Ramstein.
The 435th Air Ground Operations Wing’s Air Adviser Branch recently succeeded in accomplishing five missions at once — the most ever done in one week.
The 435th Air Ground Operations Wing’s Air Adviser Branch executed five missions at once, the most it has ever done in one week, Sept. 15 to 19 in three NATO countries.
There hangs a simple white board, covered in what seems are the trivial scribbles of a to-do list. Though insignificant at first glance, a closer look reveals extraordinary events like meeting President Obama and the Air Force chief of staff, to planning the details of a change of command and promotion ceremonies.
The 435th Air Ground Operations Wing and 435th Air Expeditionary Wing welcomed their new command chief, Chief Master Sgt. Samuel T. Simmons.
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III returned to Ramstein Air Base Tuesday and Wednesday to speak with Airmen, listen to their stories of service, update them on pressing issues facing the Air Force, and thank them for their service.
Each year, the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing’s Contingency Response Group hosts International Jump Week to bring partner nations’ airborne units together to conduct training and foster working relationships.
Building upon a long history of cooperation between the United States and Hungary, members of the 435th Air Ground Operations Wing, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa staff and 493rd Expeditionary Fighter Wing spent three days with partners from the Hungarian air force at Kecskemét Air Base.
The place to see a lion is in a zoo. Well-fed and exercised, the king of the beasts is there to be seen in all its glory. There’s even a nice barrier to ensure the lion stays on its side and the people stay on theirs. In other words, there are no unauthorized snacks for the lion.