Kaiserslautern American - November 19, 2021

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NEWS

786 FSS goes full send, Page 6

NEWS

86 MXG: Empowering innovation, Page 7

HEALTH

Health: Pediatric COVID-19 vaccine, Page 8

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LIFESTYLE

Germany gets into holiday spirit, Page 19

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Ramstein leadership attends National Day of Mourning Story and photos by Senior Airman John Wright 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Ramstein leadership attended German National Day of Mourning ceremonies at memorial sites in RamsteinMiesenbach and Kaiserslautern, Nov. 14. Brig. Gen. Josh Olson, 86th Airlift Wing commander, Col. Elizabeth Hanson, 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing vice commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Bryant Roy, 86th AW acting command chief, represented Team Ramstein among other leading representatives from U.S. Army, German military, German first responders and local German government. In Germany, the National Day of Mourning is always celebrated on the 33rd Sunday of the year. The Sunday is observed in commemoration of members of the armed forces of all nations and civilians who died in armed conflicts. See DAY OF MOURNING, Page 2

U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Josh Olson, 86th Airlift Wing commander, right, Staff Sgt. Joshua Irving, center, and Airman 1st Class Matthew Vaca, Ramstein Air Base Honor Guards, present a wreath on behalf of Ramstein Air Base, during the German National Day of Mourning ceremony in Ramstein-Miesenbach, Nov. 14. The National Day of Mourning is celebrated on the 33rd Sunday of each year, commemorating members of the armed forces of all nations and civilians who have died in armed conflict.

Finding Secrets in Soca Valley of Slovenia Story and photos by Kat Nickola Contributing writer for MilitaryinGermany.com “Mom, how far do you think it goes?” my daughter asked. “Well, we passed another tunnel entrance up the road around the corner. Maybe there,” I replied. “Look, an air shaft!” A stream of light poured into See SOCA VALLEY, Page 25

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DAY OF MOURNING from Page 1 Speeches paying tribute to service member and civilian victims were given during the ceremonies, and leading representatives were invited to lay wreaths in their honor. In recent years, the National Day of Mourning, first observed in 1952, also began recognizing any victims of violent oppression and acts of terrorism. (Right) U.S. and German military members, German first responders and local German government officials listen to remarks delivered by Herr Ralf Hechler, Ramstein-Miesenbach City and Union Community mayor, during the German National Day of morning ceremony in Ramstein-Miesenbach, Nov. 14. Speeches paying tribute to service member and civilian victims of armed conflict were given during the ceremony, and leading representatives laid wreaths in their honor.

U.S. Air Force Col. Elizabeth Hanson, 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing vice commander, left, U.S. Army Lt. Col. Jeremy McHugh, acting U.S. Army Garrison RheinlandPfalz commander, center, and Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. Stephen LaRocque, right, pose for a photo during the German National Day of Mourning ceremony in Kaiserslautern, Nov. 14. Kaiserslautern Military Community leadership attended ceremonies, along with leading representatives from German military and local German government, to commemorate service member and civilian victims of armed conflict at memorial sites in both Ramstein-Miesenbach and Kaiserslautern. Courtesy photo

(Above) U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Josh Olson, 86th Airlift Wing commander, left, arranges the ribbon after presenting a wreath with Chief Master Sgt. Bryant Roy, 86th AW acting command chief, right, to commemorate fallen service members and civilians during the German National Day of Mourning ceremony in Ramstein-Miesenbach, Nov. 14. Olson and Roy represented Ramstein Air Base among other leading representatives from U.S. Army, German military, German first responders and local German government.

U.S. Air Force Col. Elizabeth Hanson, 521st Air Mobility Operations Wing vice commander, left, and U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz Command Sgt. Maj. Stephen LaRocque, right, honor fallen service members and civilians during the German National Day of Mourning ceremony in Kaiserslautern, Nov. 14. Hanson and LaRocque represented the Kaiserslautern Military Community among other leading representatives from German military and local German government. Courtesy photo

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Unknown heroes, public thanks

Visitors participate in the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Centennial Commemoration Public Flower Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va., Nov. 9. Photo by Elizabeth Fraser, Army

Crow chief Plenty Coups with other dignitaries attends the interment of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery, Va., Nov. 11, 1921. Photo by Library of Congress

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Volunteers provided flowers to people who did not bring their own. Cemetery officials said the flowers would be disposed of in an environmentally friendly way, with some being saved for historical purposes. Walking next to the tomb is a privilege otherwise given only to the sentinels of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, known as “The Old Guard,” who have maintained

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Nov. 9 with remarks, performances and offerings from representatives of the Crow Nation — an echo of 100 years earlier, when Crow Chief Plenty Coups participated in the Nov. 11, 1921, interment service for the first Unknown Soldier. The flower ceremony was to end with the same benediction given by the first Army chief of chaplains in 1921.

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For the first time in nearly 100 years, members of the public walked on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza and laid flowers to personally honor the unknowns. The event is one of many at Arlington National Cemetery marking the centennial of the tomb, the

grave of three Unknown Soldiers and a symbolic tribute to the memory of all U.S. service members through history. Families with small children and other civilians, veterans and service members all stood in line for the opportunity to approach the sacred space, many offering prayers or salutes in addition to flowers. The two-day ceremony opened

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KMC BLOTTER

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NOVEMBER 8 8:37 a.m.: Major traffic collision in Kaiserslautern NOVEMBER 9 2:40 p.m.: Larceny on Vogelweh Air Station 7:28 p.m.: House break-in in Bruchmuehlbach-Miesau NOVEMBER 10 Nothing significant to report NOVEMBER 11 Nothing significant to report NOVEMBER 12 1:22 p.m.: Minor traffic collision/fleeing the scene of traffic collision in Landstuhl

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NOVEMBER 13 12:57 a.m.: Assault in Kaiserslautern 1:40 a.m.: Driving under the influence in Landstuhl 1:48 a.m.: Driving under the influence in Kaiserslautern 2:08 a.m.: Driving under the influence in Kaiserslautern 3 a.m.: Driving while impaired in Kaiserslautern 5:02 a.m. Driving under the influence in Kaiserslautern NOVEMBER 14 2:50 a.m.: Driving under the influence/ driving without a license/allowing nonUSAREUR person to operate a USAREURplated vehicle/minor traffic collision/fleeing the scene of a traffic collision in Kaiserslautern 5:35 a.m.: Assault in Landstuhl

Editor’s note: The purpose of the weekly blotter is to deliver a chronological listing of criminal activity in the KMC. The information contained in the blotter is not indicative of crime trends or the targeting of service members or their dependents. The location and nature of the entries is dependent upon where the crime was reported and not necessarily where the crime took place.

THE HOUSING HYPE

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TAKE NOTE Fitness Centers Southside Fitness Center officially reopened with 24/7 access. Sunday, Resiliency Days, Family Days and Holidays will be 24/7 access only, Northside Fitness Center and Vogelweh Fitness Center will remain 24/7 access. Post Office closures The Post Offices will be closed Nov. 25 and 26 for holiday/family day. COVID-19 updates for KMC Looking for updated information regarding coronavirus and changes to base facilities? Visit www.ramstein.af.mil/COVID-19/ 86 AW Retiree Activities Office Your RAO is now officially open again on Tue, Wed and Thu, from10a.m.-3p.m.; closed for lunch from noon to 1p.m. Routine questions can be sent via email — You can expect a response within 7-business days. Appointments for specific subjects such as surviving spouse issues and or Retiring in Germany are preferred. For appointments either call when someone is on duty and/or send us an e-mail to: 86aw.rao@us.af.mil. Telephone is: 06371-475486. You can also visit us on Facebook at https:// www.facebook.com/RamsteinRAO Any problems making contact, please e-mail the Director, retired SMSgt Mike Goff at: 86aw.rao@gmail.com

KMC’s Family Housing Holiday safety tips in your home

Visitor passes service update Base passes are being issued for both essential and non-essential visitors. For more information, contact the Visitor Control Center by calling DSN: 480-5775 or commercial: 06371-47-5775.

The upcoming holiday season can present safety hazards in many different ways in your home, whether you are residing on or off-base. If planning to stay at home during the holidays, it is essential to know about potential home hazards. The KMC Housing Office has collected a few important “Holiday Safety Tips” for you and your family.

USAREUR Office The Ramstein USAREUR office is open for business Monday-Friday, 0800-1100 and 13001500. Closed on U.S. holidays/family days, DSN 4805534/0115

The DOs and DON’Ts »» DON’T wait before the deep chill of winter sets in. Winterize your home now! »» DON’T put exterior decorations that can impede walking paths. Keep your stairs clear, and don’t cover railings with decorations in such a way that people can’t grab on if they need to steady themselves. »» DON’T forget to check all lights and extension cords for frayed wires, damaged sockets, and gaps in the insulation. If they are damaged, toss them! »» DON’T link more than three strands of lights together. »» DON’T plug different light sets together, including one of your old incandescent light strings, into a new LED set. »» DON’T mount lights in any way that could damage the electrical cord’s insulation using nails, tacks, or staples. Instead, string them through hooks, use plastic clips, or secure them with insulated tape. »» DON’T overload electrical circuits. »» DON’T run extension cords under rugs. Instead, run them next to the wall, so there is no tripping/fire hazard. Never connect extension cords together. »» DO watch while cooking in the kitchen. Statistically, unattended cooking is the most common cause of home fires. »» DO keep the proper type of fire extinguisher in or near your kitchen. »» DO hang outdoor lights safely (test your lights before it’s time to hang them). If you’re using a ladder to hang your lights—have a second person hold the bottom of the ladder for added safety. »» DO turn off all of your decorative lights when you leave the house and before you go to bed. Or be sure to keep lights on a timer (follow the KMC housing guidance for the applicable times). »» DO place candles safely from anything that could catch fire, and never leave them unattended when lit. Make sure that your candles are in sturdy holders with no risk of falling over! »» DO unplug unused appliances when you’re away from your home or on extended leave. »» DO look for safety-certified decorations to prevent possible electrical issues.

Air Force official photos The 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Office has a new process for scheduling official photos. Visit Ramsteinstudio.setmore.com/ services to

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schedule your official photo. Head and shoulders appointments are available Wednesdays, with appointments for full-length photos on Fridays. Clinic services update & Referral Waiver guidance As previously announced, due to the current operations on Ramstein Air Base, the 86th Medical Group has limited appointments and services available until further notice. As previously announced, the Defense Health Agency has issued a temporary MTF Referral Waiver for primary and specialty care, which means that our beneficiaries can receive TRICARE covered medical care off-base if the 86th Medical Group is unable to offer an appointment or provide the services needed. For additional information and guidance, please see information below and attached. When seeking care off-base, please ensure the following to avoid out-of-pocket expenses: »» Provider off-base is a TRICARE authorized provider: Visit https://www.tricare-overseas. com/beneficiaries or contact the TOP Regional Center +(44) 20-8762-8384 »» Care received must be a TRICARE covered benefit: Visit https://tricare.mil/CoveredServices or contact your local TRICARE Service Center at 06371-46-2273 (option 4 and 3) Registry of Motor Vehicles operating hours update The USAREUR-AF Registry of Motor Vehicles customer service desk located in building 216 on Sembach Kaserne will again be open Fridays beginning on Nov. 5. Operating hours on Fridays are 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. RMV customer service desk is closed Nov. 25-28 for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Last duty day of the month, customer service desk is open 8-11:30 a.m. Please plan accordingly. ATTN: Those packing up and leaving the KMC Many members wait too long to begin the household goods moving process, thereby causing additional stress and delays. The 86th Logistics Readiness Squadron Personal Property Office advises movers to call them three weeks before moving to begin the booking process.

»» DO check your outdoor water faucets to prevent frozen pipes (drain remaining water) and if necessary, wrap the fixtures during the cold. »» DO use these tips to keep the upcoming Holidays with “safety” as your top priority! »» DO contact the KMC Housing Office for any questions/concerns that you might have when decorating your home. If you live off-base, your Landlord is your primary point of contact for answering any of your inquiries. When it comes to safety around the Holidays you can never be too careful…SO, what else would you add to the list? For any other housing questions/concerns, please email us at KMCHousing@us.af.mil or call: Assistance Section: DSN: 314-489-6672 - Commercial: 0631-536-6672 Facilities Section On-Base: DSN: 314-489-7108 - Commercial: 0631-536-7108 Housing Referral Office (HRO) Off-Base: DSN: 314-489-6643/6659 - Commercial: 0631-5366643/6659 Upcoming Office Closures: The KMC Housing Office and the Furnishings Management Section will be closed today, Nov. 25 and 26. You can also follow us on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/KMCHousingOffice/


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786 FSS goes full send Story and photos by Airman Edgar Grimaldo 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs The 786th Force Support Squadron works around the clock to provide premier total force support and quality of life at Ramstein Air Base. Additionally, the 786 FSS runs one of the largest postal offices in the Department of Defense. Sending out packages, official mail and regular mail for all Ramstein residents is just one of many things the squadron does. “Throughout the holidays there is an influx in mail,” said U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Brieland Lanear, 786 FSS postmaster. “Loved ones back from the states are sending packages and people are also ordering much more while sending more packages back to the states.” This year, 786 FSS upgraded several systems to improve email notifications individuals receive when packages are ready for pickup. Lanear asks patrons to be patient while Airmen and volunteers work to make sure notifications are sent out properly to ensure members pick up their mail on time. During this holiday season, 786 FSS is taking volunteers to help sort the expected upsurge of packages.

“We rely heavily on our volunteer force throughout the holiday season to help us get through this surge of packages that comes with being the third largest post office in the Department of Defense,” said Lanear. “We are coming up on our holiday season so we just implore anyone that wants to come out and volunteer to do so.” Volunteers can sign up to assist the post office on Ramstein’s webbased Appointment Plus tool. “Every hour of help we get is essential to the mission, especially during the holiday season,” said Tech. Sgt. Darren Webster, 786 FSS postmaster. Lastly, when ordering packages, patrons should keep in mind that nicotine products, supplements, pills, meat products, counterfeit goods, firearms, coffee, alcohol and home-based businesses are strictly forbidden and will be returned to the sender at their expense. To become a volunteer, visit https://booknow.appointmentplus.com/9rm3mcns/ and select “Postal Services” under agency and “Volunteer (Holidays) (60min)” under base services. For more information on sending out packages please contact the 786 FSS at DSN: 480-7857.

U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 786th Force Support Squadron have a morning briefing at the Northside Post Office on Ramstein Air Base, Nov. 9. The 786th Force Support Squadron works around the clock to ensure packages get delivered quickly and securely.

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Michael Troutman, 786th Force Support Squadron postal clerk, assists a customer at the Northside Post Office on Ramstein Air Base, Oct. 26. Members interested in volunteering can sign up on Appointment Plus. Every hour the 786 FSS receives during the holiday season is essential and will help expedite package delivery.

U.S. Air Force Airman Regan Flatt, 786th Force Support Squadron postal clerk, scans packages at the Northside Post Office on Ramstein Air Base, Oct. 26. According to U.S. customs and border patrol, nicotine products, supplements, pills, meat products, counterfeit goods, firearms, coffee, alcohol and homebased business items are strictly forbidden and will be returned to the sender at their expense.


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86 MXG: Empowering innovation Story and photo by Senior Airman Thomas Karol 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Many believe maintenance is what keeps the world going — from vehicles, buildings, your home and everything else in between. If no one keeps up with repairs, failure is imminent. Everything needs tender loving care to stay operational and the U.S. Air Force and its aircraft are no different. If maintenance professionals do not keep everything tight, there will not be flight. The 86th Maintenance Group operates out of Ramstein Air Base, and it’s one of the busiest maintenance units in the Air Force. They play a pivotal part in Ramstein’s role as a Global Gateway to Europe and beyond. With the 86th Airlift Wing’s fleet of C-130J Super Hercules, C-21s, and C-37s, the wing provides U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa’s only airlift, airdrop, and aeromedical evacuation capabilities. The 86 AW’s C-130Js have the highest utilization rate in the Air Force, and the 86 MXG is solely responsible for keeping the aircraft ready for anything. “At a moment’s notice we provide

air power for whatever the needs of the Air Force are at that time,” said Master Sgt. Reid Beimling, 86th Maintenance Squadron Maintenance Operation Center section chief. “We keep all of our aircraft flight-worthy because we never know when or where they might be needed. Readiness is key to our mission.” The 86 MXG is critical to the success of the 86th AW’s mission. If they could not bring their skill set to the table, much of the Global Gateway mission would come to a standstill. “We are absolutely vital to the 86th Airlift Wing mission,” Beimling said. “We are here to ensure the success of any airlift operations anywhere, at any time. If we do not do our jobs the mission would come to a halt. As the world has seen multiple times in recent years, we are very good at our jobs.” Recent large-scale operations, such as Operation Allies Welcome, put strain on many of the units across the 86 AW. The 86 MXG had a critical role in the operation while continuing their day-to-day mission. “We were involved in much of the recent operation,” said Senior Master Sgt. Anthony Molina, 86 MXG lead maintenance superintendent. “We installed cots, sleeping bags and used our war reserve materials to ensure

A C-130J Super Hercules aircraft undergoes maintenance at Ramstein Air Base, Nov. 15. There are 14 C-130J Super Hercules aircraft assigned to the 86th Airlift Wing. The 86th Maintenance Group is responsible for ensuring they can be in the air at a moment’s notice.

the evacuees were cared for. Not only that, we oversaw the initial bed down and installed heaters throughout the pods.” Like many operations of the past, innovation was the key to success. The 86 MXG leadership strives to empower Airmen to come up with innovative and unique solutions to make their fleet run smoother. “It is always amazing to see what our Airmen can think of and how they can use it to better our force,” said 1st Lt. Alexander Norton, the

86th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Aircraft Maintenance Unit officer in charge. “I think it is extremely important for us to ensure our Airmen are heard and their ideas are considered. You never know who is going to walk through our doors with a great idea that can change how we do business.” The 86 MXG relies heavily on innovation and new technologies to keep them at the top of their game. Norton and others not only believe empowering innovation is important, but facilitating it as well.

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LRMC to begin offering pediatric COVID-19 vaccine

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by Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Landstuhl Regional Medical Center will begin offering PfizerBioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11 on Nov. 18 by appointment only. If members’ children have not been previously seen at LRMC, Ramstein Air Base, or Army Health Clinics, members must report to the LRMC Admissions and Dispositions Office, Patient Administration Division in Building 3766 to register before making an appointment. Members must bring the patient’s official picture identification (govern-

ment ID / Passport) to register. Pediatric patients (ages 5-11) must have a picture identification which lists the patient’s birthdate, such as government ID or passport, to the vaccination event in order to verify eligibility. A parent or legal guardian must remain with the child to consent for the vaccine. Below are the scheduled dates for Dose 1 of the Pediatric COVID19 vaccine at LRMC: • Nov. 18, 4-6 p.m. LRMC Heaton Auditorium (Check in at DFAC) • Nov. 19, 4-6 p.m. LRMC Heaton Auditorium (Check in at DFAC)

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Airlifter Melvin: Delivering hope, raising spirits

Members of the Division of Women’s Health and Newborn Care Labor and Delivery team are responsible for caring for antepartum, intrapartum and postpartum patients at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Lamaar Melvin, third from right, 86th Medical Squadron Labor and Delivery supervisor, is responsible for running the Labor and Delivery floor, where he aids in the health and wellness of newborns.

Story and photos by Airman Jared Lovett 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs An Airman from the 86th Medical Squadron was selected as Airlifter of the Week at Ramstein Air Base, after catching the national spotlight for his outstanding accomplishments during Afghan evacuation operations, Nov. 5. Staff Sgt. Melvin Lamaar, 86

MDS Labor and Delivery supervisor, is among the few Airmen responsible for the safe and successful birth of an Afghan child on the ramp of a C-17 Globemaster lll aircraft. “My favorite part of the Operation Allies Welcome mission is definitely the delivery on the C-17,” Melvin said. “That was such an amazing event.” Melvin and his team arrived at the scene on the flightline on

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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Lamaar Melvin, 86th Medical Squadron Labor and Delivery supervisor, prepares a neonatal warmer at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Nov. 9. When a child is born at LRMC with health issues such as trouble breathing or is in overall poor condition, the child can be brought to the neonatal warmer where a practitioner can perform resuscitative measures, heat therapy, or assist the child’s breathing.

required a long transportation time for pregnant evacuees. Melvin realized the importance of being able to provide treatment as soon as patients arrived due to some being close to delivering. Melvin and his team gathered supplies and equipment, such as an infant warmer and a neonatal transporter, needed to assist a woman with delivering a child. They stationed themselves on the flightline near the Installation Deployment Readiness Center to provide critical care in a timely manner. Chapman believes that Melvin’s decision played an important part

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Women Airforce Service Pilots, their fight for veteran status by Stephen Arionus, PhD Air Force Personnel Center On the evening of August 23, 1943, a pilot named Mabel Rawlinson died in a fiery crash in the North Carolina swamplands near Fort Davis. Unbeknownst to her, she was doing night exercises in an aircraft that another pilot previously flagged for engine troubles. In a separate incident, when a woman pilot trainee died in a crash, her classmates had to send around a collection to return her body to her family because the government would not foot the bill for the expense. And on October 2, 1944, in Victorville, California, another plane crashed killing all on board. In that incident, all but one crew member received a funeral with full military honors. That last crew member and her family received nothing. Each of the pilots who gave their lives in service to their nation were Women Airforce Service Pilots; however, due to a bureaucratic technicality, the federal government classified all WASPs as civilian employees rather than military during World War II. This was never meant to be a permanent status. At the time, many believed WASPs would eventually be militarized like other all-women auxiliary units. “Civil service was a convenient expedient to get the program started,” stated retired Air Force Col. Bruce Arnold, the son of Gen. Henry "Hap" Arnold. The United States just needed pilots. Gen. Hap Arnold worked on the principle

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of “get it done now and worry about the details later,” according to his son. It would take more than 30 years and an act of Congress before WASPs would receive the recognition of their efforts in WWII, and the status as military veterans. When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and brought the United States into the war, the nation was woefully underprepared. It would take months for the United States to become the “arsenal of democracy” that President Roosevelt envisioned; it took time to convert plants outfitted to mass produce cars into ones that could output a B-24 Liberator every 63 minutes. Jacqueline Cochran, the famed pilot, air racer and one of the brains behind

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towed aerial targets for aerial combat training for their male peers, and some even served as check pilots. Chief of the Army Air Corps, Gen. Hap Arnold described WASP’s service as a complete success. Moreover, he said it was “on record that women can fly as well as men” and that they could fly any plane — from AT-6s to B-29s, WASPs flew each platform “like veterans.” Such praise from Gen. Arnold was notable, especially because he was skeptical of women’s ability to fly before he met WASPs. By the end of their service, they had made Gen. Arnold a believer. One of the most respected military pilots of his age praised WASP’s competency and skill during a time when much of society still believed that women should remain in the domestic sphere, certainly not flying a military aircraft. In 1944, with the end of the war in sight, the War Department disbanded the WASP program five days before Christmas with little warning, a plan for demobilization (some women had to pay for their own way home), and without the militarization of their unit, something most assumed would eventually happen. According to the official AAC history, “it was the general consensus (within the AAC) that within a short time the WASP would be nonexistent as a separate organization.” Arnold was a proponent of militarization. Some believed it would fold into the Army’s Women’s Auxiliary Corps whose members handled things such as switchboard operators, mechanics and typists; however, Jacqueline Cochran thought that women pilots should be commissioned directly into the Army using existing authorities. WAC placed certain limitations on women that did not suit experienced, skilled female aviators. Congress gave authority to the AAC to make temporary officer appointments, but the AAC chose not to do so adhering to

a narrow interpretation of the law stating it applied to men only. Years later Senator Goldwater pointedly remarked, “Women could be commissioned as typists, file clerks or nurses, but when they wanted to fly aircraft, women were not even considered to be ‘persons’ in the eyes of the law.” After the war, WASP veterans continued to press for the recognition to which they believed they were entitled. Surviving members enlisted the aid of prominent voices including Senator Barry Goldwater, Congresswomen Margaret Heckler and Lindy Boggs, along with retired Col. Bruce Arnold. Their efforts led to Congressional hearings in 1977. This was not the first time a bill for the militarization of WASPs came before Congress. Those earlier efforts failed in large part because of opposition from the same type of groups who opposed the 1977 bill: the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, and Disabled American Veterans among others. Their argument against recognition in 1977 was that granting veteran status to WASPs would open the floodgates to other people, thereby diminishing the status of, and entitlements to, veterans everywhere. These fears proved unfounded. Congress passed the GI Bill Improvement Act of 1977, which retroactively granted WASPs “active duty status” for the “purposes of laws administered by the Veterans’ Administration.” In 2016, Congress passed a separate law affording WASPs burial rights in Arlington National Cemetery after the Secretary of the Army denied WASP Elaine Harmon burial at the cemetery. As we celebrate Veterans Day, let’s take a moment to remember the remarkable history of the Women’s Airforce Service Pilots. Their story reminds us that the term “veteran” and the rights associated with it are not etched in stone, unaltered for time eternal. Rather that designation is granted by the state and is therefore susceptible to the vicissitudes of Capitol Hill politics. Nevertheless, from the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers (precursor to the Veterans Administration) in the aftermath of the Civil War to equitably extending GI Bill benefits to all who served in WWII, veterans’ tenacity ensured the state kept the promises it made — both implicit and explicit — in exchange for their faithful service to the nation. As the United States moves away from a perennial war footing to one of peacetime, with thousands of citizen-soldiers becoming citizen-veterans each year, it becomes imperative for us to remember the debts we owe to previous generations who safeguarded our democracy because, as the history of the WASPs has shown, it is far too easy for us to forget.


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Department of the Air Force releases addendum to Disparity Review by Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs In addition to the two Inspector General Disparity Reviews released over the last year, the Department of the Air Force released an addendum, which focused on the intersection of race, ethnicity and gender. The DAF IG Disparity Review Addendum follows the DAF’s 2020 Racial Disparity Review, which addressed disparities impacting Black Airmen and Guardians, and the Sept. 2021 Disparity Review, which addressed disparities based on gender and among other racial and ethnic groups not covered by the RDR. Data from both reports was used to create the addendum. “It is clear we still have work to do in fostering inclusive environments where every service member feels respected and valued, and has the opportunity to reach their full potential,” said Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall. “Where barriers exist, we need to break them down. I am convinced diversity in our force makes us a stronger team and more capable to answer our nation’s call.”

The data in the disparity reports released this year indicate females were generally equally or overrepresented in promotions, enlisted leadership, and professional military education designations. Females have also made gains in both overall accessions and racial-ethnic diversity in accessions when compared to their male peers. However, with few exceptions in the data, this addendum found the overrepresentation of White females in these categories may have masked the disparate promotion and opportunity representation of females from under-represented groups. This addendum report provides additional clarity into disparities previously identified in the RDR and DR. Data examined at the intersection of race, ethnicity and gender indicated disparities in DAF opportunities and discipline primarily fall along racial-ethnic lines and gender lines with the following findings offering additional clarity: • Racial-ethnic minority females were notably underrepresented in career fields that historically lead to wing commander, and in top senior leadership positions such as chief master ser-

geant, wing commander, and Senior Executive Service (SES). For example, racial and ethnic minority female pilots make up less than 1% of the total RegAF pilot force. Within RegAF operations career fields, for all races and ethnicities, female representation decreased as rank increased, falling to zero for Black, Asian American, Pacific Islander, Native American, and Multi-Racial female general officers. • The disparity among Asian American service members serving in leadership roles is most prominent among Asian American males, who were underrepresented in officer and enlisted leadership positions when compared to White males, and all other racialethnic minority males. • Previous reports found Black officers overall were underrepresented in wing commander positions and officer development opportunities. This addendum found Black male officers were equally or overrepresented in wing command as compared to their respective eligible populations, while

Black female officers were underrepresented. Additionally, Black female officers were underrepresented in Senior Developmental Education (SDE) designations and were promoted below the in-thepromotion-zone rate to O-6. In fact, between CY16 and CY20, Black females with squadron command experience promoted to O6 at a lower rate than the overall rate for officers with or without squadron command experience combined. • Female officers and civilian employees were selected/ designated for developmental opportunities at higher rates than their male counterparts, but males proportionally represent the majority of those who attend professional military education, with the following exceptions, Black female officer SDE designations and Multi-Racial female officers in both IDE and SDE designations. • This addendum found Hispanic/Latino and Asian American military males had consistent disparities in promotion opportunities. They

were promoted below the average rate for all RegAF enlisted and officer promotions. With regards to inclusion, the DAF conducted a more focused analysis of select survey responses. Of all the race, ethnicity, gender, and rank groups surveyed, the report found that minority female officers generally held more negative views on the topics surveyed. Overall, females had less trust than their male counterparts that their chain of command would address racism, bias, and derogatory comments and behavior. “Understanding where disparities exist helps us recognize where changes need to be made to eliminate them,” said Under Secretary of the Air Force Gina Ortiz Jones. “Our words, actions, and policies directly convey the value we place on every Airmen, Guardian and civil servant’s service.” The Air Force is incorporating this new data into its ongoing root cause analysis and will consider action plans to address where appropriate. The Inspector General will evaluate these additional categories as part of its yearly review.


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Dutch interoperability tool poised to turbo-charge multinational cooperation Story and photo by Eleanor Prohaska 21st Theater Sustainment Command Interoperability with Allied forces is a top Department of Defense priority. According to the Netherlands Army officers who visited 21st Theater Sustainment Command in November, the Dutch have created a web-based tool that will make multi-national sustainment planning faster and more accurate. “We created an interactive host nation support system which allows all the participating countries to have a smooth operation,” said Second Lt. Daan Verwaaij, a Dutch Army officer. “Instead of papers, spreadsheets, and emails, it’s all electronic within the system.” Over two days, Verwaaij and his colleagues Maj. Geert Vanhaastrecht and Maj. Peter Gijsbers, both Dutch Army officers, walked 21st TSC Host Nation Support staff through the web-based system, dubbed iHNS, in development since 2018. The objective of their visit was to help the U.S. get started on the system and set the stage for other countries to follow. “The expansion to other countries is one of the major milestones we want to achieve,” said Gijsbers Lt. Col. Scott Gum, Chief of the 21st TSC Theater Movements Center, said the program could be useful throughout the 21st TSC. “This tool that the Netherlands has built helps us communicate

21st Theater Sustainment Command’s Host Nation Support walks through the iHNS tool developed by the Netherlands to coordinate and streamline logistics at the strategic-political level.

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Garrison CYS slam dunks service, named one of five best in US Story and photo by Shaylee Borcsani U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz In a full court press against the coronavirus pandemic, Baumholder Child and Youth Services slam dunked its reimagined youth sports program during the COVID lockdown and scored a national award. Baumholder’s Youth Sports and Fitness Programs won the “Excellence in Youth Sports” award from the National Alliance of Youth Sports in a ceremony in San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 27. This award is given to five United States youth sports programs worldwide. NAYS is a non-profit youth sports organization whose mission is to empower and educate youth sports leaders so children have a safe and positive athletic experience. “We competed against very large organizations like the YMCA and AYSO (American Youth Soccer),” said Marcel Fisher, Baumholder youth sports and fitness director. “This award is a big deal as it highlights our youth sports program at Baumholder as one of the best in the country.” Fisher said Baumholder’s CYS received this award because of its ability to continue to provide, and even grow, the youth sports program during the peak of the pandemic. “Admittedly, the goal we set was a towering one,” said Fisher. “Some of the hurdles we had to overcome were low staff, low resources, and mental fatigue, but we had to face these challenges head on so we could continue to serve the children in the community.” Fisher said he and his team designed creative ways for the community’s youth to stay active. “We had to get to get out of our comfort zone during the pandemic with the goal to provide a safe way for kids to continue be active,” said Fisher. “We had to get creative, and that is what we did.” New programs included: • A Virtual Start Smart program that introduced popular sports to children ages 3-4; • Healthy habits videos highlighting healthy snacks and how to make them; • A virtual basketball skills camp offering a “pick-up and play initiative” for families to check out equipment. This allowed children to play remotely from their living rooms, backyards, or garages; • Skill Development camps that taught golf, archery, soccer and cross country; and • “Fun Fridays” meet-ups between the community’s youth to participate in disc golf, bowling and wall climbing.

Members of the U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz command team and Baumholder Youth Sports and Fitness Program pose for a photo with the “Excellence in Youth Sports” award at the Baumholder memorial Nov. 10. Pictured from the left is, Jae J. Kim, Baumholder deputy garrison manager; Andhia Campos, Randy Ault, Marcel Fisher, Whitney Clemmons, and Henry Wilkerson, CYS staff members; and Lt. Col. Jeremy A. McHugh, acting garrison commander. The Child Youth Services program earned this accolade from the National Alliance of Youth Sports recognizing them as a top-five youth sports program in the United States.

The program's virtual content netted 3,600 views and 615 enrollments for the skill development clinics and Start Smart. Fisher said the new clinics were well received netting 224 fall enrollments, which is the highest single-season enrollment the staff can recall. “The most challenging aspect of this was creating ways the youth could still be active in our sports programs,” said Fisher. “We did not possess a lot of virtual content creating experience, so we had to create video products.” Fisher said innovation and hard work by his team led to the success, including contributions from: • Whitney Clemmons, assistant director, who created and started virtual basketball skills camp along with camera operations and video editing; • Andhia Campos, fitness specialist, who led the exercise and start smart instruction during the virtual basketball camp, created warm-up and cool-down exercises, and edited videos; • Randy Ault, equipment and facility assistant, who prepared and organized sport equipment bags and revived and improved a CYS facility in Baumholder; and • Henry Wilkerson, Landstuhl’s fitness specialist, who was the basketball coach during the virtual basketball skills camp. He created individual drills and more. For Campos, the most challenging aspect was learning a new skill. “Having to learn how to edit a video, cut out content, and move it around, adding sounds and music at precise moments of the videos, and having to figure out how to increase

or lower the sounds was something that we had to learn to do in limited time,” said Campos. “This challenge was overcome by trial and error, and by conducting research online.” Fisher said the award is just the start. “We are a small, but a very mighty program,” said Fisher. “We care about the community’s kids and this award shouldn’t be an exception. It should be the expectation. We are going to strive to make sure that Baumholder is one of the top youth sports programs in the world.” Jennifer Hodges, Baumholder’s Child and Youth Services coordinator, lauded the work done by the Baumholder FMWR professionals. “This is a true team effort,” said Hodges. “This program showed potential when I first came on board but it needed blood, sweat, and tears. The team has put forth that effort, and this award exemplifies that. It is so exciting.”


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Garrison winds down from historic OAW mission Story and photo by Shaylee Rawls Borcsani U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz Ushered out of Afghanistan and finding themselves in the middle of the Kaiserslautern Military Community, the last of the Afghan travelers left U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz Oct. 9. More than 34,900 Afghan evacuees traveled through Ramstein Air Base and Rhine Ordnance Barracks since Aug. 20. ROB accommodated approximately 12,000 travelers and hosted over 2,000 support personnel with operations managed by the 21st Theater Sustainment Command. “Supporting this mission required coordination of garrison support at various levels,” said Henry Kaaihue, garrison directorate of plans, training, and mobilization. “There is a lot of coordination within the garrison to make old, shuttered and uninhabited buildings operational and inspecting and ensuring they have utilities and are livable.” Overall, 29 large fest type tents were erected on the garrison’s footprint to house the travelers in eight zones called ‘Life Support Areas’ while more than 800 Soldiers augmenting the operation lived in 14 barracks throughout Baumholder, Miesau, and Sembach. “We did not have the living space on ROB to just house all the travelers and supporting Soldiers overnight,” said Greg Williams, directorate of public works chief. “We had to use all of the capabilities we had, like opening barracks that were shuttered, finding ways to heat and power the tents, and ensure barracks were operationally ready for occupants.” According to Williams, maintaining all the facilities, infrastructure and support operations was not an easy task, but the garrison was able to adapt to mission support requirements quickly. “This was a very large mission for our team and we were able to accomplish it without degradation of services to the community,” said Williams. “What the team accomplished throughout the mission is outstanding, and they made it seem

gyms on Miesau and Sembach, and increased ROB’s Java Café hours. Their mission didn’t just stop with the Soldiers. The DFMWR team threw in 160 soccer balls for the travelers, four rolls of artificial turf and soccer goals creating a minisoccer field within the compound of the DPC. DFMWR also provided numerous activities kits, consisting of board games, sports equipment and gear. As a result various board game tournaments, other games and competitive sporting activities were created within the various LSAs boosting morale and easing the stress of their transition. A mural was painted by the travelers in living support area 4 on Rhine Ordnance Barracks during Operation Allies Refuge. According to a translator, the writing in Pashtu has people’s names, Afghanistan, several thank-yous and good-byes. The white stripes on the flag are made up of handprints.

easy, which is even more incredible.” Hygiene and fuel The temporary living quarters meant the garrison needed hygiene points for the travelers, done via contracts. A total of 272 showers and latrines and 213 handwashing stations were placed throughout the LSAs. As the mission’s timeline extended, the temperatures began to drop. The low temps created a need for heated tents and the Army needed fuel to generate the heat. “Approximately 100,000 liters of fuel flowed through ROB during the entirety of the mission,” said George Brown, garrison DPW administration and operations branch chief. “The garrison is extremely helpful for missions like OAW because they have the ability to quickly create and expand upon existing contracts relatively easy,” said Capt. Alexander Lovely, 21st TSC. “This allows for us to get the needed resources quickly.” Contracting a partnership to fuel effectiveness The quick contracting ability that Lovely is referring to comes via the garrison’s logistics partnership with the 405th Army Field Support Brigade. The garrison worked collectively with the brigade to provide full-spectrum support. Contracts that were created or

expanded include: • Cleaning the DPC area after mission completion • Custodial cleaning • Emergency quarters for service members • Heating equipment and lighting for LSAs four • Pest control • Play sand for the children in the DPC • Privacy fence screening Coordinating with multiple units can create confusion, but the garrison had rotating designated operations liaison officers like Billy Whisler. His role was to be the communicator, coordinator, and tracker for tasks like escort operations and work orders. “My job was to make sure we were on the same page as other organizations,” said Whisler, “We wanted to ensure integration of the appropriate and necessary garrison services and operations to meet mission needs. When you are dealing with multiple units operating in different capacities, information, coordination and synchronization is key. Being present with other key personnel lessens the risk for miscommunication.”

FMWR team weaves in ‘community’ Providing soldiers access to gyms and morale items like coffee fell to the garrison’s directorate of family and morale, welfare and recreation. DFMWR extended 548 additional hours at the

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The garrison’s directorate of emergency services increased the force protection of the camp site and assisted with bus escorts from ROB to Ramstein Air Base along with medical transports to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. “We conducted approximately 195 bus escorts to and from Ramstein Air Base for approximately 12,000 travelers,” said Terry Dunlap, deputy director of garrison directorate of emergency services. “We did one to five round trips daily with anywhere from one to five buses at a time.”

A whole team approach Further contributions from the directorates of human resources, resource management, religious support office, and other garrison directorates and staff offices provided a stable, efficient foundation for its client, the 21st TSC and Ramstein Air Base, to operate. The garrison’s entire effort from the time the first aircraft touched down until the final flight left the runway at Ramstein was nothing short of amazing, according to Michael Amarosa, deputy to the garrison commander. “From top to bottom, this team showed why IMCOM professionals are simply the best, putting people first and showing what the gold standard for a ‘Ready Garrison’ looks like. The garrison team was able to come together in a short amount of time and do remarkable things in support of the mission,” he said. “Thank you to all of the garrison team members and partners who came together to make this mission a success.”

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Air Force releases alternate component fitness score charts by Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs The Air Force will officially add new alternative components to physical fitness assessments beginning Jan. 1, 2022. The updated scoring charts can be found here. After announcing the components in July, over 9,000 data points were collected to determine the point values for each component by assessing approximately 2,000 Airmen from 23 installations. Airmen will have the choice to perform these options to meet the strength and cardiovascular requirements: Cardio • Traditional 1.5-mile Run • High Aerobic Multi-shuttle Run (20M HAMR) Strength • Traditional Push-ups • Hand Release Push-ups Sit-ups • Traditional Sit-ups • Cross-Leg Reverse Crunch • Plank “While testing these components at various installations, we

received a large amount of positive feedback,” said Lt. Gen. Brian Kelly, Air Force deputy chief of staff for manpower, personnel, and services. “The changes to the physical fitness assessments reflect what we learned and our desire to provide Airmen with additional flexibility in maintaining fitness standards.” Airmen can schedule their assessment and sign up for their desired cardio option via myFitness, which will be available for scheduling starting on Dec. 10. While members can select their desired cardio option when scheduling their assessment, they will select their desired strength components at time of their assessment. While the waist measurement is no longer a component of the fitness assessment, DoD Instruction 1308.3 still requires Airmen to be measured for and maintain a healthy body composition to ensure physical readiness. The Air Force Surgeon General, who has responsibility for overall Airmen health, has reviewed alternatives and determined waist-to-height ratio as the best available method for assessing body composition. AF/ SG will be providing guidance on this program in the coming months.

In addition to the approved new options, the Air Force continues to test future alternatives. Key tenets for new options include ensuring the test is an equivalent measure of fitness, regardless of testing method, and ensuring approved alternatives can be available at every location so all Airmen have the same set of options. This currently limits options like swimming or biking where sufficient equipment is not available at all locations. Likewise, based on equipment requirements and the need for continued testing, the one-mile walk is not being incorporated as an option at this time. The two-kilometer walk will remain a fitness component for those who are not medically cleared to perform the two approved aerobic options. The Air Force Services Center is working with installation Fitness Assessment Cells to schedule and conduct training for Unit Fitness Program Managers and Physical Training Leaders to ensure proper administration of the new components. The alternative events will not apply to Guardian annual fitness tests as the U.S. Space Force develops and implements their service-specific Holistic Health Assessment over the next year.

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Rockenhausen, Nov. 26-28 Rodalben, Nov. 27+28 Rodenbach, Dec. 4+5 Steinbach/Glan, Nov. 28 Trippstadt/Johanniskreuz Romantic Forest Christmas, Dec. 11-12 Weilerbach, Nov. 27-Dec. 5 Winnweiler, Nov. 27-28 Christmas Markets in France Colmar, Nov. 26-Dec. 30 Metz, Nov. 26-Dec. 30 Strasbourg, Nov. 26-Dec. 26 Wissembourg, Nov. 27-28, Dec. 4-5, 10-11, 18-19 Other Christmas Markets in Germany Aachen, Nov. 19-Dec. 23 Ansbach, Nov. 25-Dec. 23 Aschaffenburg, Nov. 25-Dec 22

Augsburg, Nov. 22-Dec. 24 Baden-Baden, Nov. 25-Jan. 6, 2022 Bad Bergzabern, Dec. 3-12 Bad Duerkheim, Nov. 26-Dec. 19 Bad Muenster/Castle, Dec. 11-12 Bad Kreuznach, Nov. 19-Dec. 19 Bamberg, Nov. 23-Dec. 23 Berlin, Nov. 22-Jan. 2, 2022 Bernkastel-Kues/Mosel, Nov. 19-Dec. 19 (2G*) Bingen, Dec. 10-12 Bitburg, Dec. 1-31 Cochem/Mosel, Nov. 26-Dec. 19 Darmstadt, Nov. 22-Dec.23 Dresden, Nov. 22-Dec. 24 Ettlingen, Nov. 25-Dec 28 Freiburg, Nov. 18-Dec. 23 Freinsheim, Nov. 26-28, Dec. 3-5,10-12 Garmisch, Nov. 28-Dec. 23 Grünstadt, Dec. 4 Hauenstein, Dec. 3-5

Heidelberg, Nov. 22-Dec. 22 Idar-Oberstein/Castle, Nov. 27-28 Karlsruhe, Nov. 22-Dec. 23 Koblenz, Nov. 19-Jan. 9, 2022 Köln, Nov. 22-Dec. 23 Landau, Nov. 25-Dec. 19 Ludwigshafen, Nov 10-Dec. 23 Mainz, Nov. 25-Dec. 23 (2G*) Mannheim, Nov. 22-Dec. 23 Michelstadt, Nov. 26-Dec. 19 Neustadt/Weinstrasse, Nov. 22-Dec. 22 Nürnberg, Nov. 26-Dec. 24 Pirmasens, Nov. 26-Dec.23 Potsdam, Nov. 22-Dec.29 Regensburg, Nov. 22-Dec. 23 Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Nov.26-Dec. 23 Saarbrücken, Nov. 22-Dec. 23 Saarburg, Victorian Market, Dec. 11+12 (2G) Saarlouis, Nov. 22-Dec. 23, 27-Jan. 2, 2022

Speyer, Nov. 22-Dec. 31 St. Martin, Nov. 27-28, Dec. 4-5, 11-12 St. Wendel, Dec. 4-12 Stuttgart, Nov. 24-Dec. 30 Trier, Nov.19-Dec. 22 (2G*) Wiesbaden, Nov. 23-Dec.23 Worms, Nov. 26-Dec.23 Würzburg, Nov. 27-Dec. 19 Zweibrücken, Dec. 3-5, 10-12 Please adhere to COVID-19 related precautions, information above is current as of Nov. 18. Some markets will operate under the *2G (recovered/vaccinated) or **2G+ (recovered /vaccinated/ limited number of tested) model. Keep in mind that rules can quickly change and always be prepared to present required documentation.


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Advent: Germany gets into holiday spirit by Gina Hutchins-Inman 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

Advent, advent – A cheerful holiday season Advent is a special time full of century-old traditions as well as modern customs in Germany. The noun “advent” refers to ‘a coming into place, view or being; arrival’. More commonly the term is used to describe the season and the four weeks leading up to Christmas.

Advent wreaths

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One of the older customs is that of the “Adventskranz,” a wreath bound out of fir branches and decorated with four candles. The first candle is lit on the fourth Sunday prior to Christmas, taking place on Nov. 28 this year. The second candle is lit on the following Sunday and so forth up to Christmas.

Advent calendars

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Another fun-filled tradition, especially loved by younger (and maybe even older) children is the Advent calendar. The calendar can be store bought filled with chocolate, sweets or other small surprises or just as well be homemade using small jute sacks, colorful boxes, cloth pockets sewn onto textile backgrounds or in any other creative style. The individual days are marked with numbers from one to 24 and starting on Dec. 1, the recipient can open one “door” and find a surprise to sweeten the waiting time and countdown to Christmas.

St. Nicholas Dec. 6 marks the arrival of St. Nicholas who visits children and fills their freshly shined shoes with small presents such as chocolate, fruits, nuts or small toys. The tradition dates back to the fourth century when Bishop Nicholas of Myra (now in Turkey) brought fruits, nuts and tangerines to poor families.

Cheerfully decorated cities Shops, streets and private houses

are brightly decorated with lights, decorated indoor and outdoor trees and colorful ornaments as in many other countries around the world. Glamorously decorated stores are packed with presents to be bought, gifts to be wrapped and special seasonal dishes are on offer.

Christmas Markets The Weihnachtsmarkt or Christkindlsmarkt are not to be forgotten, which take place in towns and cities around the country. One of the most famous markets is the Weihnachtsmarkt in Trier, Rheinland-Pfalz, but other venues, such as medieval markets taking place in castles have become popular in recent years. The Christmas market in Kaiserslautern will be held from Nov. 22 to Dec. 23 and then again as a “New Year’s Market” from Dec. 27 to Dec. 30. The annual Cultural Market, located within the Fruchthalle is taking place from Nov. 26 to Dec. 19. Cheerfully decorated wooden booths offer handcrafted gifts, decorations, toys, candles and ornaments. Delicious Lebkuchen (gingerbread), Rostbratwurst, crepes and sweets will let your mouth water and drinks such as spicy Gluehwein (mulled wine), punch and hot chocolate will keep visitors warm on cold winter evenings, while the aroma of cinnamon, cloves and oranges, and scented candles will lift you into the holiday spirit.

Heiligabend / Christmas Eve Finally, on Christmas Eve on Dec. 24, families traditionally meet for a light dinner and wait for the gentle tingling of a bell. This marks the arrival of the Christkind (Christ child) or the Weihnachtsmann (similar to Santa Claus) who brings children gifts. Some families sing Christmas carols together, others might visit a church service, while it has become popular for the younger folks to head out to Christmas parties after exchanging gifts.

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Page 23 2020 Dodge Challenger SXT Blacktop, Coupe, $33,999. Patriot Military Automobiles GmbH - Ramstein II, 47 Kindsbacher Str., Ramstein-Miesenbach, 66877 Germany, +49 (0) 6371 5981520, contact@patri ot-autos.net. Find all of our cars on FindItGuide.com!

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Holiday wish list for children With Christmas only a few short weeks away and Black Friday just around the corner, we often wonder what to get our kids. Sure, there are a ton of toys that are electronic, loud, and flashy. But what about items that can really help our children to learn and grow? Now all children are different and have different needs, but this is a good place to start. So, without further ado, here is our top 10 Holiday Wishlist for children this year: 1. Wooden toys. There are often so many toys that run on batteries and have bright flashing lights. These are fun, but often times can be overstimulating for younger ones. They don’t need all the bells and whistles to have fun. Simple wooden toys that work on hand-eye coordination, thought

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Lutheran (WELS)

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Facebook.com/ KaiserslauternUnitarianUniversalistFellowship Service: Kapaun Chapel, 1:30 p.m., 2nd & 4th Sun

Catholic Holy Family Catholic Community

Facebook.com/RamsteinCatholicCommunity Daily Mass: North Chapel, 11:30 a.m., Tue-Fri Confessions: North Chapel, by appointment only Sunday Masses: North Chapel, 9 a.m. & 1 p.m., Sun

Knights of Columbus (K of C)

Meeting: North Chapel, 6 p.m., 2nd Tue

Catholic Women of the Chapel (CWOC) (except Jul & Aug) Bible Study: North Chapel, 9 a.m., Tue Book Club: North Chapel, 6 p.m., 2nd & 4th Thu

Catholic Religious Education (RE)

(except Jun, Jul & Aug) Kindergarten – 8th and Confirmation class Ramstein Intermediate School: 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Sun Life Teen: North Chapel, 5:30 p.m., Sun

processing, and cause and effect are wonderful. Think things like a hammer toy, pegs, rolling a wooden ball down a ramp, etc. This is especially great for little ones under 3 years old. 2. Scooter board. Scooter boards are fantastic. You can sit on them and get a leg workout in or lay on your stomach and work those arms. You can make obstacle courses, scooter board races, and so much more! Just make sure you don’t stand on them, and always be cautious about fingers and toes! 3. Balls. There are literally so many kinds of balls for children to play with. Very small ones can start with ball-pit size balls and move up from there. Tennis balls, soccer balls, kickballs, etc. Often kids just need to be outside running around and having a ball is a great place to start. 4. Play-dough. This is great one for

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter –day Saints Early Morning Seminary/Scripture Study for High School aged students Ramstein School: North Chapel, 6:30 a.m., Mon-Wed, Fri Vogelweh School: Vogelweh Chapel, 6:30 a.m., Mon-Wed, Fri

Episcopal

Service: Kapaun Chapel, 10:30 a.m., Sun

Islam

Jumu’ah Khutbah: South Chapel, 1 p.m., Fri Potluck: South Chapel, 7 p.m., 1st & 3rd, Fri Daenner Chapel, 1 p.m., Fri LRMC Chapel, 1:15 p.m., Fri

Jewish

Facebook.com/KMCMILJEWISHCOMMUNITY Shabbat: South Chapel, 6 p.m., Fri Sabbath Kiddush & Lunch: 1 p.m.; RSVP and request location by COB Wed* Saturday Torah Study: 7 p.m. - request location & Zoom link* Sunday Hebrew School & B’nei Mitzvah Study – request location and Zoom link*

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any kid (over the age of 2). It is a great sensory activity and can work on hand strengthening too. Just buy a kit and have fun! 5. Exercise ball. This one may be for the slightly older kids. But sitting on them can help to take away some of the energy a kid has built up. Plus, they are great for sorts of activities and exercise without feeling like exercise at all! 6. Weighted blanket. Have a kid that likes to throw themselves into things. Do they really like those big, snuggly hugs? A child may be seeking that sensory input from anywhere they can get it. Weighted blankets are great for just that. By giving a child that input, it may help to calm and prevent those random dangerous couch dives we all know about. 7. Puzzles. These are great for all levels and children. Start off with

simple shape sorters, then easy puzzles placing one item into a board with simple shapes, and move up from there! Anyone can work on puzzles, but sometimes may need a little guidance if the puzzle is tricky. Simple puzzles like shapes and animals can help with word associations as well for those learning new words and sounds. 8. Art supplies! This can be as simple as markers, crayons, and colored paper, to maybe a kid’s easel with chalkboard/dry erase to those art supply kits you see for kids. Art is great way for kids to be able to express themselves. It can also stimulate thinking, creativity, and fine-motor skills. Maybe get a smock for a child to wear to decrease the mess or try and do messy activities outside to help with the clean-up.

9. Anything that pedals! Tricycles, bicycles, etc. There is even a great one without pedals called a Plasma car that uses the arms only. Anything with pedals or like this helps with coordination, balance, strengthening, and so much more! They are always great. Germany is a great time for the whole family to get some pedals and go explore the trails! 10. Games. There are so many games out there for children of all ages to play. Simple card games like Go Fish! and Memory are great for the smaller kids. Move on to games that teach kids to win and lose gracefully. There can also be co-op games where each person builds on the next and not competing. Think outside the box. It doesn’t have to be a board game. There are tons of games for everyone in the family to play. There you have it! The top 10 toy ideas for a holiday wishlist for your children to support developmental skills. This list encompass many age groups and a variety of ideas. No matter the toy, you want to make sure it makes the child happy, is safe, and can form memories for everyone.

Messianic

Service: South Chapel, 10 a.m., Sat

Protestant

Contemporary North Chapel, 11 a.m., Sun Facebook.com/ramsteincontemporaryservice (Deaf & Hard of Hearing Ministry ASL interpreter available) Children’s Church: North Chapel Annex, Ages 5 and up (Children are dismissed during service to attend) Men’s Bible Study: South Chapel, 11:45 a.m., Wed Gospel: Vogelweh Chapel, 11 a.m., Sun Facebook.com/VogelwehGospelService/ Children’s Church registration begins at 10:45 a.m. Children’s Church: Vogelweh Chapel, Pre-K to 12th, Sun Traditional: South Chapel, 9:30 a.m., Sun Facebook.com/ramsteinprotestanttraditionalservice

Kasandra Vanegas, PT, DPT is a guest contributing writer and a pediatric physical therapist who is offering her services at Growing Up Therapy, www. growinguptherapy.com.

Seventh - day Adventist

Worship service: North Chapel, 11 a.m., Sat Bible Study: North Chapel, 10 a.m., Sat

KAISERSLAUTERN

PMOC

Bible Study: South Chapel, 11:45 a.m., Wed

CHURCH OF CHRIST

PWOC

Bible Study: Vogelweh Chapel, 6 p.m., Mon Bible Study: South Chapel, 9 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 6 p.m., Tue Bible Study: Vogelweh Chapel, 9:30 a.m., Thu

Ramstein AWANA (RE)

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

Facebook.com/groups/RamsteinAwana Protestant Youth of the Chapel (Middle & High School) Grds 6-8: North Chapel, 3:30-5 p.m., Tue Grds 9-12: North Chapel, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Tue Grds 6-12: Vogelweh Chapel, TBA

(except Jul & Aug) Meeting: South Chapel, 6 p.m., Thu

North Chapel Annex, 5:30-9:30 p.m., Thu

Officer Christian Fellowship

Services:

Sunday Starting at 11:00 am & 6 pm Wednesday 6:30 pm

www.ktowncoc.org

by Kasandra Vanegas contributing writer

Sun: 10 am, 11 am and 6 pm Wed: 7 pm Mühlstrasse 34 67659 Kaiserslautern Tel. 06 31 - 36 18 59 92 Tel. 06 371 - 46 75 16


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SOCA VALLEY from Page 1 the dark space from a square hole above us. We continued along the stone tunnel. It was about 12ft wide with an arched ceiling — partially hacked out of the rock, partially built with cement — wide enough for an armored vehicle to drive through. World War 1: The Isonzo Front The tunnel was built by Russian POWs for Austria-Hungary during World War 1. In 1915, Italy had declared war on Austria-Hungary, claiming land across the border at the Isonzo river – now called the Soca river – with a goal of gaining the port city of Trieste. What is now an idyllic alpine valley became a bloody front line battlefield. Locals were warned and fled as both the Austrian and Italian armies took up positions on the high mountain peaks opposing each other across the Soca (Isonzo) river. More than two years of fighting raged with fortification built and trenches being dug throughout the valley. Driving Over Vršič Pass The Austrians used Russian POWs to build a road up over the Vršic pass – creating a solid supply route. To commemorate the 10,000 prisoners, and the hundreds that died, the road is now called the Russian road. They built the tunnel we explored. It’s a beautiful drive over the Vršic pass. We counted the 50 hairpin turns along the way, and noted they were still cobblestone while the rest of the road is paved and barely wide enough for two cars to pass. At the pass there is an incredible view down into the Soca valley that rivals any scenery in the Alps. Rocky, jagged snow-covered

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peaks line the edges while steep green hills fall down into the Soca river. Triglav National Park Along the way are numerous places to stop and see relics of the great war. We spotted tunnels, small outposts, crumbling towers, and the base structures for a system of cable cars the Austrians used to transport supplies. The waterways here are some of the prettiest I’ve ever seen; clear aquamarine that contrasts with the white limestone around it. This is the heart of Slovenia’s Triglav National Park, set aside to preserve 340 square miles of Julian Alps. In the Trenches The valley widens into farmland near the town of Bovec. This area saw some of the bloodiest battles during WW1. It was the heart of the Isonzo front and there are still many ruins to see today. The most memorable site for my family was the Outdoor Museum Revelnik. It is a preserved trench system built by the Austro-Hungarian army. We wandered the trenches, popped into the old medical bunk, explored the natural and expanded cave system beneath, and imagined what life would’ve been like for a soldier in the middle of winter. This spot would not have been deep in the woods as it is now but exposed in the middle of the Soca Valley, it’s only protection the hill it was dug into. It was both fascinating and somber. Hiking along The Walk of Peace We visited the area in October, so many of the typical Soca Valley adventure activities were closed for the season. It is known for rafting, canyoning, and caving. But, we were content with having the place to

ourselves. There were no crowds and the sun was shining. The mountains here are limestone, which gives it dramatic scenery; steep-sided gorges, high peaks, and waterfalls gushing out of caves. We did a lot of hiking, some of it along The Walk of Peace which is a 230km trail system established to commemorate the WWI Isonzo front. It begins in Long Pod Mangartom, a small mining village high in the Slovenian Alps and descends over 11 stages into Trieste on the Adriatic coast of Italy. The trail is pending UNESCO listing and features WWI history coupled with beautiful natural scenery. In the Soca Valley, there are numerous other WWI sites like an old battery at the Celo outdoor museum, a memorial to Italian soldiers killed in a huge gas attack, and Forts Hermann and Kluze. Fort Kluze was originally built to defend the area against the Turks in the 1400s, and again against Napoleon’s forces who destroyed it. The Austrian empire rebuilt the fort along with Fort Herman which sits on the hill above it. Currently, Fort Kluze is used as a history museum while Fort Hermann and the tunnels which connect the two have been left as a ruin for exploration. The road up to the forts was inaccessible when we visited, however, we were able to hike to the base of Fort Kluze. The hike took

us along the aquamarine Koritnica river, over some hanging bridges, and along a deep gorge. Somewhere we found another tunnel “Keep going! Keep going!” the kids chanted as we made our way along the tunnel. We did keep going for a while, until the entrance was a small dot of light behind us and our phone lights couldn’t see further into the darkness in front of us. Eventually, the cave floor was full of water. “Time to turn around,” I said. “But where does it go?” my daughter asked. “I don’t know. All these old tunnels were secret when they were built. It could go on for miles, or have a ladder to a fort just up there in the dark. It’s a mystery I’d love to solve, but we need to go back.” Since returning, I’ve researched that tunnel and can’t find any information about it. I guess that secret will remain deep in the mountains of the Soca valley. For more information: Soca Valley Tourism Website: www.soca-valley.com Triglav National Park: www.tnp.si/en The Walk of Peace (work in progress): www.thewalkofpeace.com

Due to regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19, bookings and trips may be cancelled or postponed, and travel to neighboring countries may not be allowed. Please verify the status before making plans to attend. For U.S. government employees, including service members, remember to always follow command regulations, which may be different than host nation policies.


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COMMUNITY EVENTS Photo by Andrey_Popov/Shutterstock.com

Due to host nation regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19, some community events may be cancelled or postponed. Please verify the status before making plans to attend a community event. December Trip Schedules Available The Kaiserslautern and Baumholder Outdoor Recreation travel schedules for December are available! There are many trips to Christmas Markets. Just to name a few: Rothenburg; Trier; Colmar, France; Mainz; Rudesheim am Rhein; Bruges; Switzerland; Cologne and Düsseldorf; Copenhagen; and, Dresden. For more information on what Outdoor Recreation has to offer, visit Baumholder.armymwr.com or kaiserslautern.armymwr.com. Holiday Bazaar is back with vendors from across Europe! The Holiday Bazaar is a shopper’s paradise for all your shopping needs. Join Family & MWR for the Holiday Bazaar at the Hall of Champions. Bldg. 8105 on Smith Barracks. Hours of shopping are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3 and 4; and, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5. There will be a multitude of vendors offering everything from pottery, antiques, wine, cheese, jewelry, and so much more. For details, check out baumholder.armymwr.com. Medea: A Greek Tragedy Auditions KMC Onstage Theater is holding auditions for Medea: A Greek Tragedy 6 to 8 p.m., Nov. 22 and 23 at the KMC Onstage, Bldg. 3232 on Kleber Kaserne. This will be a coldread audition, and acting experience is not necessary. Valid COVID 19 vaccination card or negative test is required upon entry to the facility. For more information, call 483-6626 or 0631-411-6626 or Kaiserslautern. armymwr.com. Thanksgiving Day Buffet at the Baumholder Rheinlander The Rheinlander Convention Center is hosting a Thanksgiving “all-youcan-eat” buffet or to-go options 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Nov. 25. Buffet cost is free for ages 4 and under, $10 for ages 5 to 12, and $20 for ages 13 and older. To-go cost is $88 for a meal for four people and $125 for six people. Reservations are available until Nov. 24 and by calling 0611-143-5312888 or 531-2888 or visiting www. baumholder.armymwr.com.

Sembach CAC hosts Thanksgiving meal The Sembach Community Activity Center is hosting a Thanksgiving meal from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25. Reservations must be made by Monday, Nov. 22 and can be done by calling 541-9112 or 0611-143-541-9112, or emailing stephanie.a.hermann.naf@mail. mil. There are dine-in or take-away options. Price is $18.50, all-inclusive, except for drinks other than coffee and tea. It is all carte pricing for kids under 12. Armstrong’s Club Hosts Thanksgiving Day Dinner Come celebrate Thanksgiving Day with family and friends at the Armstrong’s Club from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 25. Reserve by Nov. 22. Visit kaiserslautern.armymwr. com to see the menus for dine-in and to-go options and to reserve for both options via WEBTRAC. Reservation deadline is Tuesday, Nov. 23. For more information, call the Armstrong’s Club at 0611-143-5419115 or 541-9115/541-9114. 5K Leftover Run

Army Family and MWR Fitness Centers are hosting a FREE, non-virtual, 5K Leftover Run 9 a.m. to noon, Nov. 26 on Rhine Ordnance Barracks. Participants must fill out preregistration forms. Walk-in runners will not be able to participate in this event. Registration deadline is Nov. 23. To find out how to preregister and for more information, call the ROB Fitness Center at 4932241 or 0631-3406-2241, or visit kaiserslautern.armymwr.com.

or older. To find out about the cash prizes, call the Landstuhl Community Club at 06371- 86-7244 or visit Kaiserslautern.armymwr.com. It’s DINOVEMBER at Baumholder Library Are you a fan of Dinosaurs? Do you want to start your own archeology expedition? Then, join the Baumholder Library Nov. 20 from noon to 4 p.m. to enjoy dino-themed activities, crafts and more. For more information, call the Baumholder Library, Bldg. 8332 on Smith Barracks, at 531-2841 or 0611-143-531-2841, or visit baumholder.armymwr.com. Latin Night at Armstrong’s Club It’s time to Rumba, Salsa and ChaCha-Cha 9 p.m., Nov. 20 during Latin Night at the Armstrong’s Club, Bldg. 1036 on Vogelweh Housing. Dancers must be ages 18 and older. For more information, visit kaiserslautern. armymwr.com Hip Hop Night at Armstrong’s Club Hip Hop Night will be Nov. 27 at the Armstrong’s Club, Bldg. 1036 on Vogelweh Housing. Dancers must be 18 and older. A mask must be worn while dancing when the 3G rule applies. For more information, visit Kaiserslautern.armymwr.com. Country Night at the Kazabra Club. The long-awaited Country Night is 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 20 at the Kazabra Club on Pulaski Barracks. It will feature DJ Cutty, line dancing and the mechanical bull all night. The Game room and billiards will have extended hours. There is a $5 cover charge. Patrons must show proof of vaccination at the door. For more information, call the Kazabra Club at 489-7261, 0631-536-7261 or 15222524450, or visit Kaiserslautern. armymwr.com.

Friday Night Karaoke at Armstrong’s Club Sing your favorite songs during Karaoke Night at 9 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Armstrong’s Club, Bldg. 1036 on Vogelweh Housing. Singers must be ages 18 and older. For more information, visit kaiserslautern. armymwr.com

Karaoke Saturdays at Tavern on the Rock Sing your heart every Saturday night at Tavern on the Rock! Come out starting at 9 p.m., Nov. 20 and show off your skills. Open to ID cardholders and their guests, ages 18 and older. For more information, contact the Rheinlander Convention Center, Smith Barracks BLDG 8085, 531-2890, 0611143-531-2887.

Friday Pool Tournament The Landstuhl Community Club hosts a pool tournament Friday, Nov. 19 at the club, Bldg. 3780 on Landstuhl Post. Sign-up is at 6 p.m., with the tournament beginning at 6:30 p.m. Contestants must be 18 years

Thursday Night-Burger and Pizza Night at Tavern on the Rock Thursday just got better! Enjoy a burger, fries and coleslaw for $15, or a pepperoni and cheese pizza for $11 from 5-8:30 p.m., Nov. 25. While there, join in on the fun and play a

round of trivia at Trivia Night, from 6-9 p.m. Tavern on the Rock (Inside Rheinlander convention Center) Smith Barracks, Bldg. 8085. For more information visit baumholder. armymwr.com. Thursday Night Trivia at Tavern on the Rock Do you have an uncanny ability to remember dates, names, places, and other random knowledge? Assemble your team and head to the Tavern on the Rock from 6-9 p.m., Nov. 25 to win bragging rights and a prize. Open to ID cardholders and their guests, ages 18 and older. For more information, contact the Rheinlander Convention Center, Smith Barracks BLDG 8085, 531-2890, 0611-143-531-2887. Winter Youth Sports Registration

Registration for winter youth sports is open through Nov. 29 or when teams are full. Sports offered: basketball, ages 5-15; wrestling, ages 8-14; cheerleading, ages 8-15, and bowling, ages 10 to 15. Cost is $65. For more information or to register, contact Parent Central Services, Bldg. 162 on Rhine Ordnance Barracks, by calling 541-9065/9066/9067 or 0611143-541-9065/9066/9067 or visiting https://kaiserslautern.armymwr. com/happenings/winter-youthsports-registration Photos with Santa’s Sleigh Community members have an opportunity to bring their camera to get holiday photos with Santa’s sweet ride from Dec. 2 to 23 at Baumholder Outdoor Recreation, Bldg. 8167 on Smith Barracks. Each session is 20 minutes and is by appointment only. Times are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call 531-3401 or 0611-143-531-3401, or visit baumholder.armymwr.com KMC Onstage presents Frozen Jr. KMC Onstage Youth Program presents Frozen Jr. 7 p.m. Dec. 3 and Dec. 10, and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 4, 5, 11 and 12 at KMC Onstage, Bldg. 3232 on Kleber Kaserne. Cost is $10 to $12 for adults, and $8 to $10 for students and seniors. Due to COVID 19, seating is limited. Patrons need to call ahead to make prepaid reservations in order for the volunteers to properly seat patrons based on safety guidance. Valid COVID

19 vaccination card or negative test is required upon entry to the facility. For more information, call 483-6626 or 0631-411-6626 or Kaiserslautern. armymwr.com MAKERMANIA! at the Baumholder Library The Baumholder Library is hosting MAKERMANIA! 1 p.m., Dec. 11 at the Library, Bldg. 8332 on Smith Barracks. Each month will focus on a Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art or Math theme. For more information, call 531-2841 or 0611-143-531-2841 or visit Baumholder.armymwr.com. Start Smart Winter Registration Registration for winter Start Smart basketball, ages 3 to 4) for the Baumholder community is open now until Dec. 12. Start Smart is a Child/ Parent interactive program led by a CYS Sports & Fitness Specialist. Cost is $25. Register in person at Parent Central Services, Bldg. 8876 on Wetzel Kaserne, by phone at 531-3440 or 0611-143-531-3440, or visiting www. webtrac.mwr.army.mil. 2021 Winter Sports Season Registration Registration for winter youth sports for the Baumholder community is open now until Dec. 12. Find out what sports are offered, cost and to register, contact Parent Central Services, Bldg. 8876 on Wetzel Kaserne, by phone at 531-3440 or 0611-143-531-3440, in-person visits or through www. webtrac.mwr.army.mil. KIES Private Piano Lessons SKIES Unlimited, School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration and Skills is offering monthly Private Piano lessons for ages 4 to 18 years in Bldg. 2895 on Pulaski Barracks and in Bldg. 3819 on Landstuhl Post. Registrations are on-going. For registration details, call Parent Central Services 541-9065/66/67 or 0611143-541-9065/66/67. Corner Café at Armstrong’s Club The Kaiserslautern Community now has a neighborhood hub of social and culinary life, to rival Parisian cafés, with the opening of the Corner Café inside the Armstrong’s Club, Bldg. 1036 on Vogelweh Housing. Beverages will include popular types of coffee and the menu will boast culinary delights that will satisfy one’s savory and sweet cravings. There will be Panini and a daily menu. For more information, call the Armstrong’s Club at 541-9115/9114 or 0611-1435419115 / 9114, or visit Kaiserslautern.armymwr.com.


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NOW SHOWING AT RAMSTEIN AIR BASE

AT THE MOVIES Photo by repbone / Shutterstock.com

FANTASY, COMEDY

Screenshots and poster by Sony Pictures Releasing

Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2021) When a single mother and her two children move to a new town, they soon discover they have a connection to the original Ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind. Cast: Carrie Coon, Paul Rudd, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace Director: Jason Reitman

MUSICAL, COMEDY

COMEDY, FAMILY

Encanto (2021)

Clifford: The Big Red Dog (2021)

The Madrigals are an extraordinary family who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia in a charmed place called the Encanto. The magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift — every child except Mirabel. However, she soon may be the Madrigals last hope when she discovers that the magic surrounding the Encanto is now in danger.

When Emily Elizabeth meets a magical animal rescuer who gives her a little red puppy, she never anticipated waking up to find a giant, 10-foot hound in her small New York City apartment. With her single mother away on business, Emily and her fun but impulsive uncle set out on an adventure that takes a bite out of the Big Apple.

Cast: Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz, John Leguizamo Director: Byron Howard, Jared Bush Poster by Disney

Cast: Jack Whitehall, Darby Camp, Sienna Guillory Director: Walt Becker Poster by Paramount Pictures

HORROR, THRILLER

DRAMA, SPORT

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (2021)

King Richard (2021) Armed with a clear vision and a brazen, 78-page plan, Richard Williams is determined to write his two daughters, Venus and Serena, into history. Training on tennis courts in Compton, Calif., Richard shapes the girls’ unyielding commitment and keen intuition. Together, the Williams family defies seemingly insurmountable odds and the prevailing expectations laid before them.

Welcome to Raccoon City, once the booming home of pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corp. The company’s exodus left the city a wasteland, a dying town with great evil brewing below the surface. When that evil is unleashed, a group of survivors must work together to uncover the truth behind Umbrella and make it through the night. Cast: Kaya Scodelario, Hannah John-Kamen, Robbie Amell Director: Johannes Roberts Poster by Sony Pictures Releasing

Poster by Warner Bros. Pictures

Cast: Will Smith, Aunjanue Ellis, Saniyya Sidney Director: Reinaldo Marcus Green

TODAY Ghostbusters: Afterlife (PG-13) 1330, 1615, 1815, 1915 King Richard (PG-13) 1900 Eternals (PG-13) 1230, 1545, 1815 Clifford: The Big Red Dog (PG) 1300, 1330, 1545, 1600 SATURDAY Ghostbusters: Afterlife (PG-13) 1330, 1615, 1815, 1915 King Richard (PG-13) 1900 Eternals (PG-13) 1230, 1545, 1815 Clifford: The Big Red Dog (PG) 1300, 1330, 1545, 1600 SUNDAY Ghostbusters: Afterlife (PG-13) 1330, 1615, 1815, 1915 King Richard (PG-13) 1900 Eternals (PG-13) 1230, 1545, 1815 Clifford: The Big Red Dog (PG) 1300, 1330, 1545, 1600 MONDAY Ghostbusters: Afterlife (PG-13) 1645, 1915 King Richard (PG-13) 1900 Belfast (PG-13) 1630 Eternals (PG-13) 1845 Clifford: The Big Red Dog (PG) 1700, 1930 Ron’s Gone Wrong (PG) 1630 TUESDAY Ghostbusters: Afterlife (PG-13) 1645, 1915 Belfast (PG-13) 1630, 1945 Eternals (PG-13) 1630 Clifford: The Big Red Dog (PG) 1700, 1930 Dune (PG-13) 1845 WEDNESDAY Ghostbusters: Afterlife (PG-13) 1645, 1915 King Richard (PG-13) 1900 Belfast (PG-13) 1630 Eternals (PG-13) 1845 Clifford: The Big Red Dog (PG) 1700, 1930 Ron’s Gone Wrong (PG) 1630 THURSDAY Ghostbusters: Afterlife (PG-13) 1130, 1415, 1430, 1715 Encanto (PG) 1130, 1415, 1700 House of Gucci (R) 1115, 1700 Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (R) 1715 Clifford: The Big Red Dog (PG) 1200, 1430 Editor’s note: The movies listing was the most current at the time of publication. Dates are subject to change. Please check with your local theater for the most up-to-date schedule.

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