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Charlie, a peregrine falcon, stands by for a call near the Ramstein Air Base flightline Feb. 4, 2009. Charlie scares all other birds off the flightline so they don't interfere with inbound or outbound flights. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Grovert Fuentes-Contreras) 86th Airlift Wing Flight Safety strikes back
Droves of birds scattered in all directions as the sound of loud gunshots from a scare-away launcher rang through the air while a Lockheed Martin C-5 Galaxy thundered down the Ramstein Air Base runway in preparation for takeoff. The 86th Airlift Wing flight safety and 86th Operations Support Squadron Air Field Management Offices maintain the base's
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School children listen to a briefing about the history and mission of the U.S. Air Forces in Europe during Job Shadow Day Feb. 5, 2009, at Ramstein Air Base. Job Shadow Day is a nationwide effort to introduce young people to the working community through active participation.(U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Levi Riendeau) KMC Job Shadow Day shows students endless opportunities in military
Students around the Kaiserslautern Military Community flooded servicemember's offices and workplaces Feb. 5 for Job Shadow Day to learn about different career fields throughout the military. From firefighters to health technicians, Job Shadow Day gave students a taste of what it's like to work in a specific career field through events held at
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Army Lt. Col. Robert Kimbrough, NASA Astronaut, talks with Ramstein Middle School students during a Feb. 4 visit to Ramstein Air Base Germany. Colonel Kimbrough was one of six astronauts that participated in an Armed Forces Entertainment tour to visit troops down range and students in the Kaiserslaurtern Military Community.(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Scott Saldukas) Endeavour Astronauts provide out-of-this-world experience for Ramstein students
While the recollection of one's childhood dreams might seem absurd now, this is not the case for a few individuals who fulfilled their adolescent fantasies by becoming astronauts. Six astronauts from the Space Shuttle Endeavour STS-126 mission made the last stop of their tour to speak with Ramstein Air Base students Feb. 5. "I am deployed out of
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Multinational forces enjoy the Super Bowl at the Heavy Airlift Wing at Pápa Air Base. Multinational Super Bowl Night in the Heavy Airlift Wing
Sports are a favorite pastime for Airmen of the Heavy Airlift Wing at Pápa Air Base, Hungary, and the Super Bowl was a good opportunity to gather all the sports nuts from the different nations of the HAW in the same place to get a taste of the biggest event in the American sports calendar. "It is very important for Americans," Commander of the HAW,
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Col. Phil McDaniel, 39th Air Base Wing commander, listens to Mr. Rick Schott's questions about  the youth center skate park during a teen town hall meeting at Incirlik's youth center Jan.28. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff. Sgt. Christopher Galindo) Incirlik's youth speaks out
Col. Phil McDaniel, 39th Air Base Wing commander, listened to the concerns of Incirlik's youth during a teen town hall meeting at Incirlik's youth center Jan.28.
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Default Air Force Logo Heart Link Linking hearts and minds of military spouses
The words "Heart Link" may envoke a mental image of animated cartoon hearts holding hands or perhaps the infamous paper heart chain that has become a staple around school houses during Valentine's Day. Sometimes spouses may feel like that flimsy chain of paper hearts, vulnerable and alone. Heart Link is a program meant to help new military spouses
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The 2008, 39th Air Base Wing Annual Award winners pose with Chief Master Sgt. Pamela Derrow, United States Air Forces in Europe command chief master sgt., at Incirlik’s Combined Club, Jan. 30. The annual awards banquet is held to honor the members of the wing that stood-out above their peers during the 2008 calendar year. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Benjamin Wilson) Incirlik celebrates sterling professionals at 2008 annual awards ceremony
The 2008, 39th Air Base Wing Annual Award winners were recognized at Incirlik's Combined Club, Jan. 30. The annual awards banquet is held to honor the members of the wing that stood-out above their peers during the 2008 calendar year. Airman of the Year - Senior Airman Samantha Navarrete, 39th Security Forces Squadron; Noncommissioned Officer of
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(U.S. Air Force graphic/Senior Airman Benjamin Wilson) Trade in uniform blouse for 'shirt'
"The [first sergeant] is the glue that binds a unit together," said Rodney McKinley, Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force, in "The Enlisted Perspective," published May 5, 2008. In that same document, the world's greatest air, space, and cyberspace force's chief touched on this career field's dwindling numbers. "Currently, the Air Force is in dire
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Eric LeVon Frazier II, one of premature twins born Sept. 6, died Dec. 10. Eric and his sister, Alexis Rain Frazier, were born at just 23 weeks and three days gestation period. They were due Jan. 1. This photo of Eric, his parents' favorite, was taken around Thanksgiving. His dad, Tech. Sgt. Barry Frazier, 100th Air Refueling Wing Legal Office, and his wife Mandy, say their youngest son taught them to fight and never give up. "The doctors told us he fought with all his heart," said Sergeant Frazier. "But it turned out that was the only thing he couldn't control." (Courtesy photo) Premature twin's courageous fight for life leaves lasting legacy
Eric LeVon Frazier II, one of two premature twins born Sept. 6 to Tech. Sgt. Barry Frazier and his wife Mandy, died Dec. 10 at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital - but his courageous fight for life left a lasting legacy that will stay with the family forever. With a due date of Jan. 1, Eric and his twin sister Alexis were born at just 23 weeks
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Members of Ramstein Air Field Management use a snow removal truck to clear snow off ramp one Jan. 6, 2008, before the day's mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Kenny Holston) Icy runways set winter ops into motion
As frigid winter weather ices down everything in its path, flightline operations here must continue. The 86th Operations Support Squadron and the 435th Civil Engineer Squadron work hand in hand to ensure mission success during these frigid winter months. Upon the first signs of winter weather, airfield management alerts the supporting units and
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