The 786th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal flight conducted a Halloween-themed ruck and run event Oct. 28 on Ramstein.
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With new outbreaks occurring in the U.S., many Airmen may wonder what is being done to prevent the spread of the Zika virus overseas while they are stationed here. The virus is spread through birth, sexual activity or being bit by an infected Aedes mosquito.
The 786th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal conducted a field training exercise during the week of July 25 to 28.
On a pitch black October morning in 2002, the humming of engines from an Ilyushin Il-62 commercial airliner faded as it taxied away from Manas Air Base, Kyrgyzstan. It didn’t get far. The jet crashed and burst into flames after running off the tarmac into the grass and veering into the nearby woods.
Firefighters and base leadership demonstrate extinguishing an aircraft fire Oct. 8 on Ramstein. As part of Fire Prevention Week, families visited Fire Station 1 to learn about fire safety including home-fire safety issues, fire extinguisher training and holiday safety tips. The event concluded with a live fire demonstration where leadership from throughout Ramstein helped firefighters extinguish a simulated aircraft fire in the burn pit.
Airmen from the 86th Civil Engineer Squadron celebrated the official reopening of Fire Station 2 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 22 on Ramstein.
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center held a Tractor Trailer Training, or 3T, program for civil engineer pavements and equipment operators from Aug. 3 through Aug. 14 on Ramstein.
Recently, hangar five suspended operations for two consecutive days due to a biennial fire suppression system test and inspection.