Airmen from the 86th Security Forces Squadron and 569th U.S. Forces Police Squadron participate in a combatives class March 2 at the 435th Security Forces Squadron on Ramstein. The 435 SFS conducts the Fly Away Security Training program to prepare security forces Airmen for scenarios they may face on a mission. The FAST program caters to Airmen providing security for aircraft.
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The 435th Security Forces Squadron hosted a Krav Maga training course Aug. 1 through 8 on Ramstein. This is the third year they’ve organized the event.
Airmen throughout Europe attended a security forces combative course Jan. 11 through 17 on Ramstein.
Defenders from the 86th Security Forces Squadron, 435th Security Forces Squadron, and the 569th U.S. Forces Police Squadron joined forces Oct. 1 on Ramstein to teach lifesaving skills through an Expeditionary Active Shooter Training class to Airmen deploying from the KMC.
BAUMHOLDER, Germany — First responders from Ramstein came together to train on urban evacuation procedures at the biannual Tactical Combat Casualty Care course Aug. 3 through 6 on Baumholder.
U.S. Air Force 1st Lt. Liz Wszalek, 932nd Force Support Squadron manpower and personnel flight commander (right), and German Capt. Andreas Feld, Bundesakademie für Sicherheitspolitik, Federal Academy for Security Policy, personnel officer, guard an entry control point during the International Junior Officer Leadership Development Course July 22 on Ramstein. The curriculum included international leadership, team building, cultural diversity, military officership, international relations and cross-cultural mobilization issues. Instructional activities included classroom lectures, small group discussions, a field exercise and structured social activities.
Paratroopers from nine countries check their equipment and prepare to exit a 86th Airlift Wing C-130J Super Hercules July 9 on Ramstein. U.S. Air Force and Army service members worked alongside nine allied countries’ militaries to increase interoperability and strengthen partnerships.
National American Legion Executive Committee member, John Miller, speaks with an Airman during a mission brief June 3 on Ramstein. Miller and fellow Legionnaires visited various units to gain a better understanding of Ramstein’s mission and regional security issues within the European region.
Staff Sgt. Chad Coe, 86th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog handler, tries to pry off Charone, 86th SFS MWD, from a “perpetrator” during a MWD demonstration May 9 on Ramstein. The demonstration was part of a display held at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center in honor of National Police Week.