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Senior Airman Eli Smith, American Forces Network Kaiserslautern broadcast journalist, DJs a radio morning show on Vogelweh Military Complex, Sept. 10, 2014. The American Forces Network, Kaiserslautern, has been providing service to military members since 1954 while bringing with them a taste of home. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Michael Stuart) Giving service members radio, television, morale: AFN
For more than 50 years, American Forces Network has been a bridge between America and Germany bringing entertainment and news to the service members and their families throughout the KMC.AFN Kaiserslautern has been providing service to military members since 1954 while bringing with them a taste of home."We're not just putting out valuable command
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2014
Default Air Force Logo ONE: first job, second chance
img { opacity: 0.4; filter: alpha(opacity=50); /* For IE8 and earlier */}img:hover { opacity: 1.0; filter: alpha(opacity=100); /* For IE8 and earlier */}|  ONE.1  |  ONE.2  | ONE.3 |   With outstretched arms, he stood motionless as the imposing gray hulk steadily
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2014
Tech. Sgt. Jessica Pigott, 717th Air Base Squadron logistics contract manager, bikes past the Hodja Inn during a sprint triathlon, Aug. 9, 2014, Incirlik Air Base Turkey. The triathlon consisted of a 5 kilometer run, 19 kilometer bike ride and 200 meter swim. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Veronica Pierce/Released) USAFE marathon team member claims Athlete of the Year Award
Taking first place at the Incirlik Sprint Triathlon for the female competition requiring a concurrent 200-meter swim, 19-kilometer bike ride, and 5-kilometer run, is another day at the office for the U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa's 2013 Athlete of the Year Award recipient, Tech. Sgt. Jessica Pigott, 717th Air Base Squadron
0 9/05
2014
Capt. Maribel Jarzabek, Air Force Legal Operations Agency-Community Legal Services Victims, briefs Victim Advocates on legal right for sexual assault victims Aug. 15, 2014, Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. Jarzabek is a special victims’ counsel who represents victims in the U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa region, as well as deployed locations in Southwest Asia. Special victims’ counselors are military lawyers for sexual assault victims. Their primary mission is to provide legal assistance to victims by removing barriers in the military justice process.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Veronica Pierce/Released) SVC educates Incirlik VAs on victim rights
Being a victim of sexual assault is a frightening experience that can leave a person feeling alone and helpless. All too often reports remain restricted because victims are unaware of the legal rights they have, and what services are offered. 39th ABW Victim Advocates received training from Capt. Maribel Jarzabek, Air Force Legal Operations
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2014
Anna Andlauer, an educator from Markt Indersdorf, Germany, foreground, looks at her notes as a video of Greta Fischer, a German social worker, plays on a screen as part of the Diversity Day celebration at Club Eifel at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, Aug. 25, 2014. Andlauer spoke during the event about Fischer’s work to help displaced children after the Holocaust. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joe W. McFadden/Released) 'Rage to Live' speaker documents child survivors
People who attend presentations about the horrors of war often leave with more questions than answers. Questions like "How could something like this happen?" or "How could people allow this to go on so long?" and perhaps most frequently "Why?"But for any children who may have survived the murder of their parents, the hardest question to answer may
0 9/04
2014
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Andres Gomez, a 52nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenviromental engineering technician, and Karin Jung, a German and English school teacher in Bitburg, Germany, pose for a photo Aug. 21, 2014, at Wissmannsdorf , Germany. Gomez and Jung are bringing back the Adopt an Airman program. Designed to build partnership capacities and strengthen local ties by allowing German families to adopt dorm Airmen. (Courtesy photo/Released) Wanted: Airmen up for adoption
For Airmen living in the dorms, being away from home can cause a sense of lonliness during the weekends and holidays. Some might even miss that good, old-fashioned, home cooked meal or the feeling of being around a family. To combat that, an old program is coming back."The Adopt an Airman program is a program where we get German families to adopt
0 9/03
2014
Mirabelle Heiser rifles through an assortment of crayons during arts and crafts time, Aug. 25, 2014, at the Aviano Co-op Care program at Aviano Air Base, Italy. Comparable to a convenience store’s “Take a penny, leave a penny” tray, the program asks parents to volunteer and accrue hours providing free childcare in a safe environment to earn credit toward childcare services for themselves. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Ryan Conroy) RUfit? The 'take a penny, leave a penny' of childcare
The 4-year-old boy runs up and tugs on the giant's pant leg. "Look at all my dinosaurs!" he pleads. The young adventurer is holding up pieces of foam cutouts that vaguely resemble a tyrannosaurus rex. Then, he's off again - wandering through the room that allows his imagination to run wild. While the boy explores and creates his next exciting
0 9/03
2014
Members of CrossFit Molesworth pose for a group photo after completing the Coe Hero workout of the day at RAF Molesworth, United Kingdom, Aug. 14, 2014. The Coe Hero WOD was held to honor U.S. Army Sgt. Keith Adam Coe, who was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Regiment, 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., when he died April 27th, 2010 in Khalis, Iraq of wounds sustained from an explosive device set off by enemy forces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Hawkins/Released) Heroes of Molesworth: CrossFitters honor fallen Soldier
Heavy breathing, pools of sweat and the feeling of pain searing through almost every muscle. Although you're exhausted, you clench your teeth and push through the pain - you keep going. You keep going with the thought that the physical pain is nothing compared to what he might have felt the day he died. Members of CrossFit Molesworth joined
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2014
Staff Sgt. Mario Jimenez, 86th Medical Operations Squadron Physical Therapy technician, applies an ice pack to the ankle of Senior Airman James Harrod, 693rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group operations training manager, at the end of a physical therapy session at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Aug. 19, 2014. Without formal treatment and physical therapy, service members run the risk of re-injuring themselves and causing greater damage to an area. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Timothy Moore) RUfit to fight reoccurring injuries?
Despite how cautious a service member may be, they run the risk of sustaining an injury through every day physical activity, whether it's through the job, working out or playing a sport. If they become injured, it can be a "journey" to get them fit-to-fight again.However, the journey doesn't have to be taken alone. Airmen with the 86th Medical
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2014
U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Alec Vautherot, 52nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron 480th Aircraft Maintenance Unit electrical environmental specialist and native of Waterford, Mich., reviews a technical order before beginning preventative maintenance on a U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft at Souda Bay, Greece, Aug. 20, 2014. The equipment Vautherot uses must be checked out each morning from a controlled supply line. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Daryl Knee/Released) Equipment accountability vital to partnership
The U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft is a unique airframe.Its wingspan is wider than 32 feet, it's nearly 50 feet long and its top is 16 feet high. It can travel at speeds of roughly 1,500 miles per hour, and the aircraft engines create thrust -- the force that moves the aircraft through the air -- of about 27,000 pounds.It
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