While the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center offers many American conveniences, it also provides a great deal of information about the unique off-base activities and programs available within the greater community, thanks to the “Window to Rheinland-Pfalz” information center.
Base and local leadership officially opened the information center during a ceremony July 9.
“The Window to Rheinland-Pfalz is not only a great resource for KMC residents and transient visitors, but also serves as a symbol of the strong bond we share with our host nation partners,” said Brig. Gen. Bill Bender, KMC commander. “This is another great example of how they continue to welcome us into their communities and open their doors to our servicemembers and families, and we’re glad it’s such a prominent part of the KMCC.”
Located on the main floor near RTT and the Shoppette, the center will be staffed by employees from the local cooperative, consisting of the state government, the City and County of Kaiserslautern and the City of Ramstein-Miesenbach.
“We have worked closely with the representatives of the State and Municipal Cooperative who are responsible for the concept to present an idea of what’s around to help both visitors and KMC residents make the most of their time in Germany,” said Barb Felden, chief of the 86th Airlift Wing Host Nation office.
For more information on the latest KMCC openings and events, check out www.ramstein.af.mil/kmcc.asp.
(Courtesy of Ramstein Public Affairs)