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Default Air Force Logo Idar-Oberstein: a treasure of gems, stones
Between the vast basin of the Isle de France and the middle of the Rhine, the Saar-Nahe basin forms a geological link. At the same time, it forms the border of the southern edge of the Rhineland Schiefergebirge and the sandstone uplands of the northern Palatinate which slope down toward the Nahe River. Right on the border lies the town of
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Default Air Force Logo AFSO 21-It's nothing new
Maj. Gen. Marc Rogers, USAFE vice commander, visited RAF Lakenheath recently to discuss the importance and benefits of Air Force Smart Operations 21. In a briefing to the wing's Airmen, General Rogers stressed that AFSO 21 is something the Air Force and Airmen have been doing for a long time, the process is just a more organized way of doing
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Retired Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Robert D. Gaylor speaks to hundreds of Airmen, Aug. 8, 2008, Ramstein Air Base, Germany.  Chief Gaylor is known for his motivational speeches.  He travelled to Avaino Air Base, Italy and Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany as well to speak to a hundred more Airmen.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amber Bressler)(Released) 5th CMSAF visits Ramstein
The fifth Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force shared his wealth of experience and stories with Airmen during his two-day visit to Ramstein Air Base, Germany Aug. 7 and 8. Retired Chief Master Sgt.Robert D. Gaylor visited Ramstein as part of a 10-day tour of U.S. Air Forces in Europe bases that included stops at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, and
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Tops in Blue performers dazzle the audience with high energy Aug. 2 at RAF Mildenhall, England. Tops in Blue is the Air Force's premier entertainment group and tours the world building morale and entertaining Airmen and their families. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Thomas Wood) Tops in Blue: not your average song and dance
The lights dim as the excitement pulsing through the crowd turns to a hushed anticipation. Expectant whispers turn to cheers as the Air Force's premier entertainment group, Tops in Blue, takes the stage. It's a dazzle of lights, sequins and smiles as they perform music from well-known movies and genres ranging from country to rock-n-roll.
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Staff Sgt. Adam Keep, 723rd Air Mobility Squadron navigation technician, begins his daily workout routine in training for his next Strongman competition July 15, 2008, Ramstein Air Base Germany. Sergeant Keep has been competing in Strongman competitions for 4 years, winning his pro card after only a year, making him eligible to compete in the pro ranks.   (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Kenny Holston)(RELEASED) Airman competes for title of 'Strongman'
The quiet of the 723rd Air Mobility Squadron gym is interrupted with the sounds of hardcore rock music. Staff Sgt. Adam Keep prepares for his workout, but this is not an average person's workout. The maximum weight that he lifts this day is 675 lbs without a belt; however, this is a normal day for Sergeant Keep, who has been competing in Strongman
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The 435th Civil Engineering Squadron Fire Department is made up of both U.S. Military and Local National personnel. Together they work hand in hand to meet the demands of their mission under the 435th and United States Air Forces in Europe. pictured in this photo is (from left) Staff Sgt. Brian Hyland, Mr. Stefan Domis, Senior Airman Antony Dalo, Mr. Diehl Wolfgang, and Airman David Thal (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Kenny Holston)(RELEASED) Local nationals make up almost half of KMC fire department
Fifty one point two percent seems like a shooting statistic or a percentage of a project that is complete. The 51.2 percent actually represents the amount of local nationals that work side-by-side with firefighters who are servicemembers from around the KMC. While having eight fire stations spread throughout the KMC, the firefighters don't have an
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BAMAKO, Mali -- Senior Airman Alicia Mangan takes the temperature of a little boy July 24, 2008 in a village outside of Bamako. The MEDFLAG team traveled to four villages during a series of humanitarian outreach visits.  Airman Mangan is deployed from the 48th Medical Group, Royal Air Forces, Lakenheath, England. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Justin Weaver) Joint medical team cares for thousands of Malians
The ominous, dark clouds gathering above the village of Droit, Mali, didn't stop Fatoumata, her seven-month-old son Daouda and hundreds of other Malians from waiting hours in line to be seen by the MEDFLAG 08 medical team, July 22, 2008. The village of Droit was one of four villages the MEDFLAG team visited during a series of humanitarian outreach
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Children from the Mildenhall Child Development Center on RAF Mildenhall play with the CDC's recently refurbished tricycles. The 48th Equipment Maintenance Squadron Aeorspace Ground Equipment flight volunteered to refurbish the tricycles, saving the CDC more than $3,500. (U.S. Air Force photo) Maintenance stands, generators and... tricycles?
The 48th Equipment Maintenance Squadron Aerospace Ground Equipment flight is widely known for fixing equipment from aircraft maintenance stands to generators, but recently they took on a new task - fixing tricycles. After a recent inspection at the Mildenhall Child Development Center, 13 tricycles and seven scooters were found in disrepair and
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Members of the Aviano Enlisted Project Team kneel in front of a Medal of Honor recipients display. Located in the La Dolce Vita, six heroic Airmen are recognized for choices only Airmen truly committed to the Air Force Core Values would make, with some making the ultimate sacrifice. Airmen define who we are, where we are going
Imagine flying your first combat mission as a B-17 gunner assigned to attack the heavily defended submarine pens at St Nazaire, France. During your mission, you come under heavy enemy anti-aircraft fire and the airplane you're flying in is struck several times. Two crewmembers are seriously wounded, the oxygen system has been shot out and fires
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Actor Gary Sinise (right) plays bass guitar as Jeff Vezain, lead vocalist, sings to Airmen and their families at the Lt. Dan Band concert June 29 in Hangar 539 at RAF Mildenhall. The band was here as part of a United Services Organization tour, playing to servicemembers around the world to show their support for them. Approximately 650 people watched the concert as the Lt. Dan Band interacted with the crowd and kept everyone entertained for the two-hour show. (U.S. Air Force photo by Karen Abeyasekere) Gary Sinise, Lt. Dan Band entertain Airmen at RAF Mildenhall
"Ain't no mountain high enough; Ain't no valley low enough; Ain't no river wide enough - to keep us from getting to you!" said actor Gary Sinise to Airmen and their families gathered at Hangar 539 June 29, quoting a verse from Marvin Gaye's Motown classic sung near the end of the concert. As the crowd applauded their approval, he continued, "It's
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