Air Force Reserve Airmen assigned to the 452nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and 446th Maintenance Squadron spray propylene glycol onto a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft Jan. 19 on Ramstein. The purpose of the spray is to de-ice the tail and wings of aircraft that are about to depart. Airmen from multiple reserve aircraft maintenance squadrons are on a temporary duty assignment at Ramstein to train with the 721st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, which is part of the 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing.
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The Department of State and Secretary of Defense approved the ordered departure of dependents from bases across Turkey.
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.
Self-aid and buddy care are intended to provide basic first-aid training to preserve life, limb and eyesight. The training is separated into two portions: computer-based and hands-on.
The 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing welcomed its new commander, Col. Nancy Bozzer, June 18.
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.