October 12, 2012
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Volume 36, number 41
Ramstein to host Retiree Appreciation Day by Airman 1st Class Trevor Rhynes 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
he annual Retiree Appreciation Day kicks off today at the Ramstein Ofﬁcers’ Club with speeches from wing leadership. Retiree Appreciation Day is an informational fair for retirees in the KMC and informs them on what they are and are not entitled to. This year’s event starts at 8 a.m. today and will carry on until noon. “Agencies from all over the base will be available
throughout the day to talk about what they offer,” said Staff Sgt. Barbara Coddington, one of two planners for Retiree Appreciation Day. “Representatives from different agencies will present their information, then will be available to answer any follow-up questions later that morning.” Planning the event took coordination between the agencies speaking throughout the day, the Retiree Affairs Ofﬁce and the Ramstein Ofﬁcers’ Club, which is hosting the event. When coordinating between agencies, Coddington
and Staff Sgt. Laura Ashline, the other planner for the day’s events, look to see if that agency will have a booth or a speaker. Fundraisers helped with the funding for this year’s event, paying for the breakfast and rafﬂe tickets. Fundraising was a huge thing. “This year’s event wouldn’t have happened without our sponsors,” Coddington said. “Without them, planning for this event wouldn’t have run as smoothly as it has.”
170th IBCT cases colors for last time by Ignacio “Iggy” Rubalcava U.S. Army Garrison Baumholder Public Affairs
he 170th Infantry Brigade Combat Team conducted a casing of the colors ceremony Tuesday in the Hall of Champions on Smith Barracks. The ceremony marked the end of an era, which saw the presence of combat Soldiers in Baumholder for more than 50 years. Casing the 170th IBCT colors for the last time were Col. Mark D. Raschke, 170th IBCT commander, and Command Sgt. Major James A. Ackermann. After the ceremony, Lt. Gen. Mark P. Hertling, U.S. Army in Europe commander, told Soldiers, family members and German guests, “It’s never easy to say goodbye to those with whom you’ve shared joy, sorrow, laughter and pain, peacetime training and wartime hardship. But we have asked you here on Baumholder to do all that and we’ve asked you to do it on a very accelerated timeline. And like all the other missions the Bayonet Brigade has received, you’ve performed that mission exceedingly well.” Brigade Soldiers have been preparing for the de-activation since their return from Afghanistan earlier this year. Only about 800 Soldiers of the 170th IBCT remain on Baumholder. By mid December to early January, the remainder of the Soldiers will have departed for other assignments or will have been absorbed by incoming units to Baumholder. Raschke highlighted the accomplishments of the brigade and thanked the Baumholder community, German and military, for the great support they provided to the Soldiers and families
Photo by Senior Airman Caitliin O’Neil-Mckeown
Brig. Gen. C. K. Hyde, 86th Airlift Wing commander, starts the demolition of the old Base Exchange Oct. 5 on Ramstein. The old BX was built in the 1950s, being the first shopping center on Ramstein.
Out with the old: BX demolition begins by Airman 1st Class Hailey Haux 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs The demolition of the old base exchange on Ramstein started Oct. 5 near the
Northside Chapel with the 86th Airlift Wing commander in the driver’s seat. “About 95 percent of the ground and space we have for construction is already used,” said Brig. Gen. C.K.
Hyde, 86th Airlift Wing commander. “The only way we can get more construction space is by tearing down old facilities that are past their See DEMOLITION, Page 3
According to a German federal law passed in November 2010, motorists are required to have winter or all-season tires marked “M+S” when driving with snow or ice on the ground. See more on Page 2.
TIP OF THE WEEK
See DE-ACTIVATION, Page 3
New garrison center supports troops, Page 9
Kaiserslautern holds October carnival, Page 19
As of Oct. 10
October 12, 2012
Winter weather driving Standards? by 1st Lt. Aaron Cohn and Senior Airman William Barker 86th Vehicle Readiness Squadron
Germany is known for its extreme winters. Road conditions can change drastically throughout the night leading to hazardous driving conditions in the morning. Preparing ahead and being knowledgeable about the hazards winter brings is safe and smart. Every year there are numerous accidents due to inclement weather; the majority of these accidents happen during winter months and can be prevented. The 86th Vehicle Readiness Squadron maintains the snow removal and deicing fleet for Ramstein, Landstuhl, Vogelweh and Einsiedlerhof. The squadron is a critical partner ensuring the roads, runway and aircraft are free of ice and snow. The following items are some helpful tips the 86th VRS has gathered from experience and would like to pass on:
driving in snow, heavy rain or when roads are suspected of “black ice” due to freezing temperatures. Cruise control systems are designed for normal road conditions and can be hazardous on slick roads.
Skidding: Bridges or overpasses, shaded patches, and infrequently traveled roads are often the first to ice over. If you find yourself losing traction, don’t panic. Avoid sudden changes of speed or direction. If you do begin to slide, turn the wheel into the direction of the skid and gently depress the brake pedal until the vehicle regains traction.
by Chief Master Sgt. Phillip Robinson 8th Fighter Wing
Snow equipmenT: Avoid passing snow plows and salt trucks and allow more space between yourself and snow removal equipment. Be mindful of the fact that the drivers of these vehicles have limited visibility. Also, when in front of snow equipment, avoid sudden braking because big trucks need room to slow down.
Snow TireS: According to a German Federal law passed in November 2010, you are required to have Winter or all-season tires marked “M+S” when driving with snow or ice on the ground. Although the law does not specify dates when snow tires are required, the German rule of thumb is “von O bis O,” which means from October to Easter (Ostern in German). Driving without appropriate tires in inclement weather may result in an accident or a heavy fine.
anTiFreeze: Antifreeze is an essential part of your car’s winter protection. Check your vehicle’s engine coolant and over-flow reservoir levels. Make sure the level is full and the mixture is close to 50/50.
wiper BladeS: An often overlooked, yet very important component to safe driving are your wiper blades. They are cheap to replace and a set of good blades can greatly improve visibility crucial to safe driving.
BelTS and hoSeS: Check your belts and hoses for excessive wear or looseness and replace them as needed.
wiper Fluid: Be sure your washer fluid is full of commercially made wiper fluid designed to resist freezing. Straight water will freeze and possibly damage your car’s windshield washer system. Driving Distance: It is important to maintain a safe driving distance between vehicles so you have room to maneuver. A good guide is the three-second rule, staying three seconds behind the car in front of you. This can be determined when passing a stationary object. During inclement weather, double the distance to six seconds. If you find yourself braking a lot, add more space. SaFeTy CheCk: Take the time to perform a safety walk around of your vehicle, inspecting your lights and tires. Clean snow and dirt from your windshield and headlights. It’s important to both see and be seen. Also, remove any other loose snow as it may blind you or other drivers at highway speeds. CruiSe ConTrol: Do not use cruise control when
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Spare Tire: Ensure your spare tire is properly inflated to manufacturer specifications, and that you have the proper tire changing equipment (tire iron and jack) in your vehicle.
Car heaTing: Make sure your car’s heater, defroster and rear defroster are all functioning properly. emergenCy equipmenT: Good items to keep in your car include an ice scraper, snowbrush, jumper cables, flash light, extra batteries, flares, first aid kit, basic hand tools and blankets. Car BaTTery: Be sure your battery and alternator are working properly. If your car battery was struggling during the summer be sure to get it tested as it’s even more likely your car won’t start in cold weather. Prepare for colder months ahead. Germany has a beautiful winter landscape, so if you do plan on traveling somewhere in the upcoming months plan out your route of travel taking into the account the inclement weather and road conditions. Use the tips provided in this article to maintain a safe and fun driving experience in the winter months of Germany. Remember there is no such thing as a 100 percent safe vehicle. Lastly, we here at the 86th Vehicle Readiness Squadron wish you a happy and safe winter driving season. Drive safely.
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kunSan air BaSe, South korea — Recently, I was asked the difference between a good NCO and a great NCO. Well, I answered the question as best I could, but failed to mention “standards.” You see, a good NCO sets his sights on just meeting standards, while a great NCO is continually trying to exceed standards and motivates his Airmen to do the same. Webster’s Dictionary defines the word “standard” as something established by authority, custom or general consent as a model or example. It also defines it as a measure of quantity, weight, extent, value or quality. Do you prepare for your PT test not knowing what it will take to pass? Do you perform an operational check on a jet without knowing the technical order pass-fail limits? Do you get a tattoo not knowing what is acceptable per Air Force Instruction 36-2903, “Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel?” Recently, the Air Force published Air Force Instruction 1-1, “Air Force Standards.” It took guidance from different sources and put it into one instruction that we can all easily refer to. This instruction covers standards that have been around for decades and added new standards that deal with issues that face our Airmen today such as social media, the wingman concept, resiliency, etc. It also serves as a great tool during official feedback sessions. Now why is this important? As a custom or example, Airmen need to reflect a professional image that encompasses proper dress and behavSee STANDARDS, Page 7
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Social Norms kicks off at Ramstein by Capt. Crystal McLeod Ramstein ADAPT program coordinator This fall, more than 1,500 Ramstein Airmen have been identified to participate in the second “Social Norms” research survey taking place on Ramstein in October. Earlier in spring, 924 Ramstein Airmen took the initial survey to determine the baseline alcohol use amongst Airmen aged 18 to 24. The goal of this research study is to show Airmen
The goal of this research study is to show Airmen the difference between “perceived” alcohol misuse and “actual” alcohol misuse in the 86th Airlift Wing.
the difference between “perceived” alcohol misuse and “actual” alcohol misuse in the 86th Airlift Wing. The campaign focuses on decreasing excessive alcohol use among active-duty Airmen. It will enhance work and community resiliency and change the attitudes and perceptions related to alcohol misuse. In addition, at the end of the survey, each member will see how their drinking patterns compare with their peers. Social Norms research shows that when messages about actual norms are delivered repeatedly, heavyalcohol use declines. Starting in November, “norming messages”
will be posted throughout Ramstein Air Base with the data that was provided from the spring 2012 survey. These messages will center on the three pillars of ARI prevention and responsible alcohol consumption from the ARI Campaign — mission focus, taking care of each other and personal accountability — under the theme of “No ARIs…no excuses…drink responsibly.” In the summer of 2013, a final research survey will be used to see how much Social Norming has improved the culture at Ramstein. Social Norms surveys are being conducted weekly at the Ramstein In-processing Line in Bldg. 2402. For questions regarding this initiative or about responsible drinking, contact the Ramstein Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program at 479-2390 or 06371-46-2390.
Active-duty Airmen can pass education benefits to dependents by Debbie Gildea Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas — More than 86,000 active-duty Air Force members have transferred Post 9/11 GI Bill education benefits to dependent family members since the benefit transfer program was implemented in August 2009. However, many who did so were unfamiliar with the process and ended up in a difficult situation, while others want to transfer benefits but hesitate to do so because of commitments that come with the program. Understanding how the transfer of education benefits
Col. Mark D. Raschke (left), 170th Infantry Brigade Combat Team commander, and Command Sgt. Major James A. Ackermann case the unit’s colors in a ceremony Oct. 9 on Smith Barracks.
program works starts with understanding who is eligible for Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits, said Master Sgt. Joseph Cummings, AFPC education services adviser. Anyone on active duty for at least 90 days from Sept. 9, 2011, through today (with honorable service disposition) is eligible for Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits. Benefit amounts vary depending on how long a member served after 9/11, and what kind of education they seek (e.g., undergraduate degree, graduate degree or certification program). Members have 15 years after retirement to use their benefits. Being eligible for Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits, however, does not mean an Airman is eligible to transfer those benefits.
The Air Force program is tied to retention, so only those on active duty after Aug. 1, 2009, are eligible for transfer of education benefits. In addition, Airmen must have at least six years of service (active duty and/or selected Reserve) as of the date of election, and they must agree to an additional four-year active duty service commitment, said Cummings. “We frequently get applications from members who are about to retire, but that could be too late unless you are willing and able to commit to another four years,” said Cummings. “Eligibility is an issue because if you’re approaching your high year of tenure, you may not be able to commit to four more years.
Advance planning is critical.” Eligible members who want to transfer their benefits must also understand the application process and ensure they accomplish required tasks on time. “Some people thought they applied, but they didn’t sign the statement of understanding, so their application didn’t go through,” Cummings said. “Others didn’t follow through on Total Force Service Center instructions within the 14 day window and their application expired. Some applicants never received their instructions from the TFSC because their email address was wrong. “When you apply, it’s important that you double check all the information to See BENEFITS, Page 8
DEMOLITION, from Page 1
service life. This allows us to turn it into green space for future construction.” Even though the building has been vacant for some time, Hyde was the first to put a dent in the building, starting the demolition process. “The area is prime real estate,” said 1st Lt. Harrizon Sanchez, 86th Civil Engineer Squadron construction management chief. “It won’t be long until something takes the space.” The demolition of the building is scheduled to be complete in March 2013. The old BX was built in the 1950s and was the first shopping center on Ramstein.
DE-ACTIVATION, from Page 1
Photo by Ignacio “Iggy” Rubalcava
before, during and after deployment. “We would not be where we are now without the help of others and I would like to thank those that have contributed to the success of the Bayonet Brigade, both during our de-activation and throughout the deployment,” he said. Raschke pointed out that many of the mayors of the local towns made a special effort to assist the families of deployed Soldiers. “Our local community leaders have always provided tremendous support for both our Soldiers and their families,” he said.
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9:45 a.m.: Possession of narcotics was reported at Ramstein High School. 5:08 p.m.: A major-trafﬁc accident was reported at the recycling center on Kapaun Air Station. The accident was caused when one vehicle was driving in the wrong lane, causing another vehicle to swerve and hit a gate.
2:15 p.m.: A ﬂeeing the scene was reported at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. Damage reported was a bent pole.
12:09 p.m.: A simple assault was reported on Vogelweh Family Housing. 12:45 p.m.: Child neglect was reported in Weilerbach.
4:05 a.m.: Drunk and disorderly; conduct unbecoming an ofﬁcer and gentleman; provoking speeches or gestures; and resistance, ﬂight, breach of arrest and escape was reported on Vogelweh. 1:56 p.m.: A theft of a motor vehicle and lar-
ceny of private property was reported in Haarlem, Netherlands. 5:45 p.m.: Damage to government property was reported on Vogelweh. Damage included a bent and dented precaution light metal pole. 8:02 p.m.: Shoplifting was reported at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center.
1:08 a.m.: A ﬂeeing the scene was reported in Weilerbach. Investigation revealed the accident was caused due to improper backing. 3:43 a.m.: A drunken driver was reported in Kaiserslautern after Polizei pulled an individual over for a routine trafﬁc stop and detected the odor of alcohol. 12:08 p.m.: A major-trafﬁc accident was reported in Kaiserslautern. Investigation revealed the accident was caused due to failure to yield the right of way. 7:07 p.m.: Larceny of private property and shoplifting was reported in Kaiserslautern.
1:32 p.m.: A major-trafﬁc accident was reported in Laichingen. Investigation revealed the accident was caused during an attempted U-turn. 4:13 p.m.: A ﬂeeing the scene was reported in Landstuhl. Damage reported included a dented and scratched rear bumper. 8:59 p.m.: A ﬂeeing the scene was reported in Landstuhl. Damage reported included a dented and scratched left rear bumper.
4:10 a.m.: An assault was reported on Vogelweh.
Retiree Appreciation Day
The annual Retiree Appreciation Day will take place today at the Ramstein Ofﬁcers’ Club, Suite 2. The event will begin with posting of the colors at 9 a.m. A light breakfast will be served from 8 to 9 a.m. on a ﬁrst come, ﬁrst served basis. Brieﬁngs will be given by representatives of the Air Force Retiree Council, pharmacy, Tricare, 86th Medical Group, 86th Force Support Squadron, mortuary affairs and Red Cross. Exhibits will include immunizations to give ﬂu shots between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., pharmacy, dental, Red Cross, legal, Tricare, Defense Commissary Agency, health and wellness center, Defense Finance and Accounting Ofﬁce Cleveland, and more. There will be a rafﬂe for door prizes. The event is open to all KMC retirees from any branch of service. For details, email retired Chief Master Sgt. Jim Barrante at email@example.com or call 06371-47-5486.
OCT. 5 » Kaiserslautern Military Community Center: U.S. Polo sneakers valued at $24.99 and one National Enquirer magazine valued at $4. » Harleem, Netherlands: A 2010 gray fourdoor Volkswagen, one navigation system, €20, one pair of jumper cables, one warning triangle, one first aid kit, rubber mats, one pair of headphones, one Esso card, two VAT forms, one vehicle registration and one insurance card.
The upcoming joint community town hall and information fair will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Amstrong’s Club on Vogelweh. The event is sponsored jointly by U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern, the Air Force’s 86th Airlift Wing and the Army’s 21st Theater Sustainment Command. The town hall will be broadcast live on AFN Channel 19, streamed on the garrison home page and linked to the garrison Facebook page. Members of the KMC will have an opportunity to voice their concerns and ideas for local improvements. It’s also a chance for service members, civilians and family mem-
10:04 p.m.: Larceny of unsecured, private property was reported in Ramstein-Miesenbach.
bers to hear the latest updates from leaders in the KMC. Special topics include Halloween, the holiday assistance program and inclement weather. The event begins with presentations of important information. Representatives from the commissary, the Exchange, housing and others will be on hand to present updates and answer questions. Then, the ﬂoor will be opened for questions. To submit questions, visit www. kaiserslautern.army.mil/feedback/townhall.htm.
Neighborhood Watch training
The Neighborhood Watch training for Vogelweh and Landstuhl housing residents will take place at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 26 in Bldg. 2787 (adjacent to NCOA) on Kapaun. The Neighborhood Watch leader training will commence at 4:15 p.m. To be a part of Neighborhood Watch or for any questions, call Ramstein Security Forces at 480-1215/4782232 or 06371 47 2050/06371 405 2232, or Vogelweh Security Forces at 489-7501 or 0631536-7501. For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org (on Vogelweh) or email@example.com (on Landstuhl). You can also “like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/KMCNeighborhoodWatch.
Reward for information
Investigators are offering a $2,500 reward for information about two suspicious ﬁres started at 1 a.m. Tuesday at Kleber Kaserne. U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern ﬁreﬁghters responded to the ﬁrst ﬁre at Bldg. 3242. Trash was set ablaze in the basement as Soldiers were sleeping in barracks rooms above. A few minutes later, ﬁre-
ﬁghters responded to a second ﬁre at Bldg. 3246, where a couch was on ﬁre. Both ﬁres were easily extinguished. Both buildings had smoke and water damage as a result. Initial ﬁndings point to arson, ﬁre investigators said. The U.S. Army’s Criminal Investigation Command’s Kaiserslautern ofﬁce is now in charge of the investigation. To reach investigators, call the Kaiserslautern CID at 4836887 or 0162-297-5880.
COLA Living Pattern Survey
Eligible Airmen are asked to participate in the 2012 Cost of Living Allowance Overseas Living Patterns Survey, which will be held through Oct. 31. The survey can be found online at www. defensetravel.dod.mil/site/oscola-lps-germany. cfm. This survey is used to track the shopping patterns of uniformed service members stationed overseas. The data collected will assist in the determination of COLA paid to members in their country of assignment. The survey is only for service members stationed at 13 locations in Germany: Ansbach, Kalkar, Bremerhaven, KMC, Buechel, Spangdahlem, Garmisch, Stuttgart, Geilenkirchen, Vilseck-Grafenwöhr, Heidelberg, Wiesbaden and Hohenfels. The service member also must not be living in the barracks and have been on station for at least three months. Although participation in this survey is voluntary, maximum response is encouraged so the data will be an accurate representation of the service member’s country of assignment. To prepare for the survey, service members should determine where they purchased groceries, clothing, household furnishings, entertainment, communications and transportation.
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AF leaders encourage energy savings Purple Heart in latest ‘Letter to Airmen’ Sept. 28 WASHINGTON — Secretary of the Air Force Michael B. Donley, Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. Mark A. Welsh III and Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Roy issued a tri-signature “Letter to Airmen” Sept. 28. As part of Energy Action Month this October, the Air Force’s top three leaders reminded Airmen that individual efforts do have an effect on energy savings. “October is Energy Action Month for our nation. To emphasize each of our roles in energy savings, the Air Force has adopted ‘I am Air Force Energy’ as our theme. As energy consumers, we can impact the Air Force’s fuel and electricity use every day — by ﬂying our aircraft at energy efﬁcient altitudes, not letting vehicles or equipment idle, or simply turning off the lights. While individual efforts may seem small, they can have a big impact when multiplied across the Air Force,” the letter states. The letter can be read online at www.ramstein.af.mil. To assist in creating awareness of EAM, SAF/PAO has created a toolkit with talking points, a suggested activity list, a campaign plan and a commander’s call speech. Airmen can view the toolkit components on the Air Force Portal. For more information on the Air Force Energy Program, visit www.saﬁe.hq.af.mil/energy/index.asp and www. facebook.com/AirForceEnergy. (Courtesy of Air Force News Service)
presentation Photo by Capt. Amanda Kehrrington
Capt. Lance Royce, 709th Military Police Battalion chief of operations, is presented the Purple Heart by Maj. Gen. Aundre F. Piggee, commanding general of the 21st Theater Sustainment Command, during a ceremony Oct. 3 in Grafenwöhr, Germany. Royce was awarded the Purple Heart for injuries sustained from an improvised explosive device explosion in November 2004, when as a sergeant, he was deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Phantom Fury in Fallujah, Iraq.
Avoid theft by securing your vehicle Story and photo illustration by Staff Sgt. Travis Edwards 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Every 10 minutes, 14 cars are stolen in the U.S. In the KMC, the number is signiﬁcantly smaller, but the chance is still there. There are still people who are willing and waiting for an opportunity to smash a window or completely steal your means of transportation; are you next? About 43 members of the KMC will have their valuables taken from them this month. “A majority of the criminals are preying on the ‘easy targets,’ vehicles and houses left unsecured or unlocked,” said Master Sgt. Wichard Ho, 569th U.S. Forces Police Squadron NCO in charge of operations. “Securing your doors, windows and any entryways are the best methods to prevent from becoming a victim of circumstance.”
He added that vehicles with valuables left in plain sight are often targeted as well. “Remove items from plain view, it is too easy for someone to simply walk by and see a purse or a military-style backpack left in the passenger seat; now they have a target,” Wichard said. “Bottom line, don’t leave anything to steal, don’t make yourself a target of opportunity.” To help police these situations, the 569th USFPS has initiated a new program called Police Intelligence Operations. PIO is designed to track, analyze crime data, identify high crime areas, trends and predict where the next crime spree will most likely occur. “The goals are to decrease the vulnerability of those areas, possibly catch the criminals in the act and reduce the crime from these areas in the KMC,” said Tech. Sgt. Victor Morales, 569th USFPS NCO in charge of antiterrorism and
force-protection measures. For more information on the programs in your area, send an email to: Vogelweh: vogelwehneighborhoodwatch@ yahoo.com Landstuhl: firstname.lastname@example.org “Like” our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ KMCNeighborhoodWatch. “Everyone can help by getting involved in the neighborhood watch programs on Ramstein, Vogelweh and Landstuhl,” Morales said. “Look out for each other and your neighbor; our military members are our ﬁrst-line of defense against these criminals.” The 569th USFPS recommends members and families contact their insurance companies to ﬁnd out if and ensure that all their valuables are covered.
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AF firefighters save civilian’s life trapped in cars, to fighting fires to acting as EMTs, he said. “We have so many different responsibilities that our training time varies,” Warshaw said. “I can guarantee that for at least three hours a day we’re doing some type of training, whether it’s in the classroom, or outside doing an exercise simulating buildings on fire, an aircraft crash or pulling someone from a manhole.” For a call like this, adrenaline kicked in and affected how these firefighters reacted. “My mind went blank and time slowed down,” Warshaw said. “Four minutes normally isn’t that long, but in a situation like this, where we are doing CPR for that long, it seems like an eternity.” The firefighters relied on past training to ensure a positive outcome for the
Story and photo by Airman 1st Class Trevor Rhynes 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
When you hear a firefighter has saved a life, what do you picture? Do you imagine one in full gear running through a burning building to get to someone, or do you picture using the Jaws of Life to free a victim trapped in a vehicle? In the case of three firefighters from the 886th Civil Engineer Squadron, they saved a life by utilizing their emergency medical technician training. “We responded to a report of a female with a possible stroke,” said Staff Sgt. Robert Davis, 886th Civil Engineer Brig. Gen. C.K. Hyde, 86th Airlift Wing commander, thanks Staff Sgt. Solomon Rigsby, 886th Squadron firefighter. “Once we arrived Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, Oct. 5 on Ramstein for saving a woman’s life. Rigsby, on scene, we found her on the ground along with two other firefighters, performed CPR until she was transported to a hospital in Kaiserslautern. unresponsive and not breathing.” The crew assessed the situation and reacted by the patient to a hospital in Kaiserslautern, where she situation. performing CPR. was treated. “We train so much on a day to day basis that in “The signs and symptoms she was showing were The team was made up of three NCOs: Davis and a situation like this our training definitely kicks in indicative of administrating CPR with an automated Staff Sgts. Theodore Warshaw and Solomon Rigsby. and takes over,” Warshaw said. “It’s nice to see that external defibrillator, providing compressions as “Normally, a crew is made up of four or five the training we do pays off when we get a call like well as rescue breaths,” he said. “After four and a people. There’s one NCO, one senior Airman and this with an outcome like this. I was surprised by half minutes, she was breathing on her own but we two Airmen first class,” Warshaw said. “It just so how much my training took over, it was like muscle continued rescue breaths until the off-base ambu- happened that we were all in one truck together.” memory.” lance arrived.” Firefighters train multiple hours a day for many The woman was released from hospital care days German medics arrived on scene and transported different things, ranging from rescuing people later and has been in stable condition since.
Clinical director named best in Army by Mindy Campbell U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern Public Affairs Kathryn Arnett is passionate about taking care of those who take care of others. With a focus on both her clients and her co-workers, Arnett was recently recognized for her work with the U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern’s Army Substance Abuse Program. Arnett, who has worked in the ASAP office on Landstuhl for the past two years, was named the Army Center for Substance Abuse Programs 2012 Clinical Director of the Year. “Ms. Arnett’s ingenuity, work ethic and high performance set the standard for ASAP Europe,” wrote Lt. Col. Lars Zetterstrom in his nomination letter. “Her experience, skill and dedication to the ASAP and the garrison contributed directly to mission readiness.”
Arnett said she was thrilled to get the award and that the ASAPs in Europe were in the spotlight. “I am a person that jumps in and is motivated and am excited that Europe is setting the pace for all the ASAPs,” said Arnett, who is a licensed clinical social worker and certified alcohol and drug counselor. “That has been my goal to see Europe shine.” Another goal of hers was to build a team of people who were excited about coming to work. “I want people to want to come to work here,” Arnett said. “If you get out of bed and dread coming here, that is going to be reflected in your work…If I take anything away from the clinical director of the year award, it is that I feel that I have succeeded in creating that kind of environment where I have protected people and insulated them from things that would have caused burdens and stress to their day.”
Co-worker Lorraina Nyanza, a licensed social worker and substance abuse counselor, said Arnett’s passion for her work makes her stand out. “She is in this field to make a difference,” she said. “She is professional, inspirational, transparent, compassionate,
honest, has no hidden agendas and is a listener, which is very unique for a leader.” Nyanza also said Arnett has a great balance between professionalism and humor. “Her sense of humor is intoxicating,” she said. “She has a great balance between humor and seriousness that
makes her very approachable and professional in a context that is genuine.” Arnett will soon be leaving the ASAP office and begin a new position with the Europe Regional Medical Command in their Care Provider Support Program, which helps provide support for health care workers.
October 12, 2012 STANDARDS, from Page 2
ior. If you need a haircut or your uniform needs attention, take the necessary time to make sure you represent your unit and the Air Force in the right manner. Demonstrate proper customs and courtesies by standing up when a senior member visits your work center; respond to him or her by saying
Kaiserslautern American Sir, Ma’am, Chief or Sergeant. As a measure of quantity or quality, when you perform your daily duties, you need to know the requirements of that task and try to get it done in a timely, cost effective and quality manner to assure we exceed the minimums of what is being asked of us. Bottom line, have pride in oneself and in your workmanship. How will you know if you are
meeting and exceeding standards? Through timely and proper feedback and encouragement from your supervisors so you clearly understand what is expected of you. Also, demanding perfection from yourself so you can assure you will exceed the standard every time. I’ve heard from time to time what we allow in our presence becomes the standard. As supervisors we can-
not make excuses for our Airmen and allow them to ignore our Air Force core values. We would be doing them a disservice and putting their careers in jeopardy. So know, abide and exceed the standard for yourselves and your Airmen so the next time someone thanks you for your service, you will walk away sharing the same pride they have for you!
409th CSB provides European contracting support by Rachel Clark 409th Contracting Support Brigade The 21st Theater Sustainment Command’s contracting partner, the 409th Contracting Support Brigade, has a geographic footprint that spans across 104 countries and is the Expeditionary Contracting Command’s support link on the European and African continents. “One of the biggest challenges for contracting officers is providing support to some challenging logistical requirements,” said Col. William Bailey, commander of the 409th CSB and principal assistant responsible for contracting — Europe. “This is true while providing sustainment contracting services in our garrison environment or contingency contracting in a deployed environment,” said Bailey. “Whether we are contracting for mules to cross the mountains of Afghanistan, camels in the Middle East or trains, planes and cars in Europe, we have to do so in a fashion that will ensure we meet our customer’s requirements and enable them to accomplish their mission on time.” The 409th consists of one battalion and nine contingency contracting teams spread across Germany that provide support to 15 Army installations. In the Ukraine, Capt. Kelley Smith, 649th Contingency Contracting Team, Kaiserslautern, was part of the support team for the Joint Chiefs of Staff exercise, Rapid Trident 2012. The exercise included 1,394 people from 16 nations. A total of 156 U.S. participants worked alongside exercise partners training on international security assistance force-focused peacekeeping tasks in field training and command post exercises. According to Smith, synchronizing multiple exercise funding sources provided challenges to established contracting planning timelines. The mission was successfully executed and served as an example for complex expeditionary contracting operations. In Belgium, Roland Becker, a contracting specialist in the Regional Contracting Office Benelux, supported the 68th Normandy invasion commemoration by writing contracts for food, generators, light stands, latrines, and fencing for the event that supported more than 200 military members who were on temporary duty to Normandy, France, for the World War II D-Day commemoration. At the Theater Contracting Center in Kaiserslautern, contracting officer Anita McLain works on a component of a total maintenance contract for the Kaiserslautern area. This large-scale contract, which awarded more than $400 million in services, covers everything from grounds maintenance, equipment maintenance and repair, as well as construction projects for the various bases. McLain said it can be a challenge on both ends, as none of the three on-site military personnel are contin-
U.S. Army photo
Two Ukraine soldiers discuss the military contracting mission with Sgt. 1st Class Fred Warren, 170th Brigade Combat Team, and Capt. Kelley Smith, 649th Contingency Contracting Team contracting specialist. Smith and members of the 649th CCT were in the Ukraine in support of Rapid Trident 2012, a Joint Chiefs of Staff exercise conducted July 16 to 28.
gency contract specialists. “What they lack in knowledge they make up for in the willingness to cooperate and support,” McLain said of the Soldiers who work in conjunction with contracting specialists assigned as reachback for operations. “They have to deal with the language barriers while interfacing with the contractors on the existing contracts and they do all the leg work when gathering the information necessary to submit the packages for new requirements.” In Latvia supporting Saber Strike 2012, contracting officers Maj. Paul Tomcik and Staff Sgt. John Manurs from the 606th Senior CCT, Kaiserslautern, work multiple contracts for fuel, life support areas, rental vehicles, bus transportation, and material and handling equipment. “Support to exercises such as Saber Strike provides contingency contracting officers the opportunity to work in a dynamic environment where we can offer contracting solutions from cradle-to-grave in a short span of time,” Tomcik said. Meanwhile in Cameroon, another team from the 606th SCCT worked through challenges normally associated with developing contracts in Africa. “This exercise brought plenty of challenges but we were able to meet them head on and accomplish the mission on time and under budget,” said Maj. Mark Corn, 606th SCCT, Kaiserslautern, of African
Endeavor 2012 in Douala, Cameroon. “We had continuous support from the U.S. Embassy in Yaoundé, the host nation and reachback with the 903rd Contingency Contracting Battalion. Overall, more than 200 coalition and African partners were able to test the interoperability of their communications equipment and receive valuable training during the exercise,” said Corn. Sgt. 1st Class Cathleen Stadler-Frazier, 409th CSB operations and plans noncommissioned officer, who recently returned from a deployment in Djibouti, Africa, said the key to getting the job done is teaching the locals how the Army does business. “While deployed to countries like Djibouti, where resources are limited, we educated vendors of small businesses how to do business with the government,” Stadler-Frazier said. Whether it’s supporting exercises including Saber Strike 2012, African Endeavor 2012, Rapid Trident 12, or providing theater sustainment, Command Sgt. Maj. Bentura Fernandez, 409th CSB command sergeant major, said the 409th CSB plans and executes efficient, effective and agile contracting support for U.S. Army Europe, “Not a day goes by where a 409th Soldier isn’t deployed providing contracting service to the Army. The 409th CSB is going to be ready to provide contracting support anytime, anywhere,” Fernandez said.
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ATAAPS training held at Ramstein by 2nd Lt. Kay Nissen 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Training for an automated time attendance and production system, enabling civilian employees to input their own time cards, was conducted on Ramstein and Vogelweh starting Tuesday and ends today for all civilian employees and their supervisors. This new automated system will require each civilian to have a
CAC card to submit their electronic timesheet. The Department of Defense initiative provides an automated, single source input for reporting and collecting time and attendance and labor data. “ATAAPS makes it easier to consolidate time and attendance information to interfacing payroll and accounting systems,” said 2nd Lt. Adrianna Perez, 86th Comptroller Squadron financial services flight commander.
Additional advantages to ATAAPS include time saved with labor input and error corrections. Training will be required for all key players this week with the system scheduled to go live Oct. 21. It will not be until the week of Oct. 29 when parties will use this system for the first time. There will be training from 1 to 2 p.m. today at Hercules Theater. The time and attendance must be entered electronically by the
Culture of Trust comes to LRMC
he focus for hospital staff at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center this month is trust. Senior leaders, supervisors and employees will devote more than 13,000 training hours in support of a Culture of Trust program initiated by the Army surgeon general. The overarching goal of the initiative is to create an organization employees are proud to work for and to provide quality health care to patients, beneficiaries, stakeholders, co-workers and the community at large. Through this program, the Army Medical Department is able to standardize the patient experience, reduce inconsistencies and improve the workplace environment. To help realize this goal, LRMC staff will be attending a general overview session or a supervisory session to help understand the most basic and essential elements of both personal and professional success — trust. The focus is on valuing one another as individuals and not as components of a large bureaucratic machine. In speaking on the subject of trust, Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno said, “Trust is the bedrock of our honored profession — trust between each other, trust between Soldiers and leaders, trust between Soldiers and their families and the Army, and trust with the American people.” That trust also includes Army medicine. The combat Soldier is willing to risk everything because they know that on the field of battle, the Army medic will be there. Army medicine has a sacred duty to replicate this level of trust at every juncture and with every interaction, every moment, every day. Since launching in September 2010, the program has infused all outlets of Army medicine to ensure patients receive quality healthcare while clinicians remain passionate about their organization. To gauge the effectiveness of the program, the Culture of Trust task force measures key indicators such as patient outcomes, employee satisfaction and
customer service. Army medicine believes that trust happens when clinicians prove their commitment, capability and competence to a patient, thus gaining his or her respect and confidence. The Army’s trust behaviors are known as A.C.T.I.V.E., and they include: ACCOUNTABILITY is being honest, taking responsibility for performance and behavior, and being answerable to yourself and others. CONGRUENCY is when the actions of individuals and organizations are consistent with their philosophy and values. Congruent individuals and organizations are viewed as: practicing what they preach, walking the talk, actions matching words, following through, and being sincere or real. TRANSPARENCY is freely sharing information and removing barriers to open communication and understanding intent and desired outcomes. It is also actively working to rid the organization of gossip and the rumor mill. INTEGRITY is doing what is right legally, ethically and morally at all times, regardless of whether or not someone is watching and despite the risk or reward. VOICE is my obligation to use my voice to defend against injustices, to cause reconsideration of ideas, stimulate thinking and explore innovative ideas. ENGAGEMENT is being actively involved, eager and dedicated to accomplishing the mission. It is when employees are passionate about their work and have a personal and emotional investment in the success of the services or products delivered. For more information about Culture of Trust, visit www.armymedicine.army.mil/ cot. (Courtesy of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Public Affairs)
second Tuesday of each payroll week for certification. Certification, completed by the supervisor, is electronically entered beginning the second Tuesday of the pay period and completed by the close of business the following day. “This new system will streamline our current processes,” said Perez. “We’re looking forward to being able to more easily serve our civilian employees.”
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ensure it’s accurate and follow the instructions you receive from the TFSC,” Cummings said. “If you don’t get approval confirmation from the TFSC, you may have missed something in the instructions.” Another common problem occurs for applicants who transfer all of their benefits to a single dependent. Benefits are transferred in month increments, so an Airman with 36 months of education benefits can transfer all 36 months to a single dependent, equally among all dependents, or only a month to each, as they choose. Then, if something in their life changes, they can adjust the number of months each dependent receives. “If you transfer all your benefits to one child and that child chooses to not use them for whatever reason, you won’t be able to transfer them to anyone else,” Cummings said. “Your only option will be to retrieve your benefits and use them yourself, which you can always do later anyway. If you want to make sure one of your dependents can later use the benefit, you probably need to make sure when you apply for the program that you transfer at least one month to each dependent.” Many Airmen who intend to use the benefit themselves after they retire or separate don’t apply for transfer of education benefits. In some cases, that has sad consequences. “We get calls from Mortuary Affairs at Dover (Air Force Base, Del.) sometimes. It’s already a sad situation if Dover’s calling, but it’s really heartbreaking if a member who died didn’t transfer any benefits to a dependent,” he said. “You know, you can always retrieve the benefits for yourself later, but if you aren’t here later, it’s too late to for your dependents to be able to use your benefits.” Members who transfer benefits and voluntarily separate before completing the four year commitment may have to repay the government for any benefits already used by their dependents, and dependents would not be able to use the remainder of the benefits, so members who plan to separate or retire should carefully consider the implications before applying for transfer of educational benefits. However, transfer of educational benefits is a perfect opportunity for members who plan to re-enlist or make the Air Force a career. “If you’re planning to stay in for the next four years or more anyway, then the active duty service commitment isn’t really a factor,” Cummings said. “Plus, if something happens that prevents you from fulfilling that commitment, like a medical discharge, your dependents will likely still be able to use the transferred benefits and you won’t have to repay the government for benefits they already used.” Eligible Airmen can apply for transfer of educational benefits through the MilConnect website at www.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnect. “If you decide to apply, remember that all actions including submitting the signed statement of understanding must be accomplished within 14 days of applying. If you don’t complete all actions, your application will be rejected and you will have to start over later,” Cummings said. “And, ADSC dates are not retroactive to the first application attempt, so if you decide to reapply a year later, that’s when your service commitment will begin.” For more information, visit https://mypers.af.mil and enter “Post 9/11 GI Bill” or “9083” in the search window. Potential applicants can also send questions to Cummings and the AFPC education services team at email@example.com.
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2012 USEUCOM HOLIDAY MAILING DEADLINE DATES Below are the 2012 recommended USEUCOM holiday mail deadline dates for postal customers assigned to the European theater of operations. These dates are for mail originating in Europe and destined to locations in the United States. Stateside mailers sending letters and packages to European APO/FPO/DPO addresses use similar deadline dates. SPACE AVAILABLE MAIL (SAM) » Nov. 26 PARCEL AIRLIFT MAIL (PAL) » Dec. 3 PRIORITY MAIL » Dec. 10 FIRST CLASS LETTERS AND CARDS » Dec. 10 EXPRESS MAIL MILITARY SERVICE » Dec. 18 “USAFE postal patrons should plan ahead and mail early to ensure their letters, cards, and packages arrive to their intended U.S. destinations in time for the holidays,” said Lionel Rivera, U.S. Air Forces in Europe/Air Force Africa Postal branch public affairs officer. “Customers can avoid the historical long lines at the post office when they mail early and can take advantage of using the cheaper, although slower, space available mail service military post offices offer in Europe.” Space available mail service takes longer to arrive to end destination and moves on a space
available basis once it arrives in the states. If you want faster service, consider using priority mail or express mail military service. It costs more but these classes of mail get preferred and or expedited service. Note, some USAFE APOs do not offer EMMS. Almost all mail accepted at military post offices in Europe is flown to the United States on commercial aircraft. Once mail arrives stateside, depending on the service you selected, it’s transported based on the service you paid for. “Keep in mind, packages transiting through the mail stream are handled numerous times, therefore proper packaging is very important,” said Rivera. The below mailing tips are provided to help ensure packages arrive safely and undamaged. USPS MAILINg TIPS • Print addresses clearly (Print or type clearly with a pen or permanent marker). Avoid commas, period, or other punctuation — it helps your mailpiece speed through USPS automated processing equipment. • Include all address elements (apartment numbers, suite numbers, directional information for streets, etc.). • Put the delivery and return addresses on only one side of the package. • Select a box that is strong enough to protect the contents. Leave space for cushioning inside the carton. • Package contents with shredded or rolled
newspaper, bubble wrap, or Styrofoam peanuts. Plain air-popped popcorn is also good for cushioning; it’s inexpensive and environmentally friendly. Pack tightly to avoid shifting. • Always use tape that is designed for shipping, such as pressure-sensitive tape, nylon-reinforced tape, paper tape, or glass-reinforced pressuresensitive tape. • Stuff glass and fragile hollow items, like vases, with newspaper or packing material to avoid damage due to shock. When mailing framed photographs, take the glass out of the frame and wrap it separately. • Remove alkaline batteries from toys and other electronic items. • Do not use gift wrapping paper, string, masking tape, or cellophane tape. • Place an index card inside the package that contains the sender’s address and the recipient’s address along with a list of the contents. This will help postal employees to re-pack boxes that were improperly wrapped and came apart during transport ensuring that the package is either sent to its destination or back to the sender. • Use Express Mail and Priority Mail boxes, envelopes, and tubes your post office provides. Contact your local postmaster for additional information on how mail is dispatched and received at your location, and for advice on the best service to use based on your mailing needs. (Courtesy of USAFE/Air Force Africa Postal Branch)
New garrison center supports troops, families The center, dedicated Oct. 3 at Pulaski Barracks, is open to anyone in the KMC for pastoral counseling and education. It’s also a resource for Unit Ministry Teams within the KMC. Following a brief ribbon cutting cer-
emony community members were treated to a barbecue of grilled steaks, baked beans and potato salad. Military members and their famThe center will offer effective ilies have a brand new Chaplain counseling, training for chaplains Family Life Center at U.S. Army and chaplain assistants and serve Garrison Kaiserslautern. as a community resource to help Soldiers, civilian workers and families become more resilient, said Chaplain (Maj.) Everett Franklin, the garrison’s family life chaplain. There are three new counseling rooms equipped for video instruction, plus a conference room with comfy couches and large screen televisions. There will also be a food pantry, to support emergency needs of community members. When Franklin arrived at the garrison in August 2010, he saw a growing demand for community services. This summer, his vision for a new center became a Soldiers and families dig into a lunchtime barbecue Oct. 3 at Pulaski Barracks. The barbecue was held to reality, with $45,000 worth dedicate the new Chaplain Family Life Center at U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern. of equipment, materials Story and photo by Rick Scavetta U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern
and literature. Then, staff from the garrison’s religious support office reorganized their building to create space. “Many people worked very hard to get this together. The RSO staff and volunteers worked tirelessly to make this happen,” Franklin said. The center will benefit all Unit Ministry Teams in the KMC, who are an integral part of the support and services offered to the community, said Jeffrey Crisp, deputy to the garrison commander. “We can’t do our job as a garrison without all of you,” Crisp told the crowd gathered during the lunchtime event. “We need the UMTs to make this one garrison family.” Other organizations, such as family readiness groups, can also use the space for their activities. “We still have a few finishing touches. But we are up and running and excited to serve the Soldiers, civilian workers and families of the KMC,” Franklin said. For more information about the center, call 493-4152 or 0631-34064152.
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New paths Photo by Senior Airman Aaron-Forrest Wainwright
A contractor replaces bricks on a sidewalk in front of the Ramstein Aquatic Center Wednesday on Ramstein. Construction around base is aimed to improve the quality of life for Airmen and military dependents.
Photo by Tech. Sgt. Chad Thompson
Waists wasting away Volunteer instructor Loriann Tierney explains the proper form of an exercise during a PT Boot Camp class Wednesday at the Ramstein Northside Fitness Center. The free classes take place from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. It offers a combination of strength training and cardio exercises to provide a total-body workout.
Photo by Senior Airman Caitlin Oâ€™Neil-McKeown Photo by Senior Airman Caitlin Oâ€™Neil-McKeown
Helping the injured come home Members of the 10th Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Flight transport an injured service member from an aircraft on Ramstein Sept. 24. The 10th EAEF transports an estimated 1,000 patients in need of medical care from deployed locations to the U.S. each month.
Take a look in a book Senior Airman Aaron-Forrest Wainwright shows interest in the 2012 Chief of Staff of the Air Force Reading List Oct. 10. The reading list is available for checkout at the library on Ramstein. The CSAF Reading List and additional resources allow Airmen to investigate and discuss topics and key ideas through a range of interconnected medium.
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10th AAMDC recognizes NCO importance at ‘Backbone’ Dinner by Sgt. Kyle Johnson 10th AAMDC Public Affairs
COs have long been referred to as the “backbone” of the U.S. Army, forming the support structure that holds all the separate pieces together. To honor that legacy and to maintain it for the future, the 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command recently honored its own distinguished group of enlisted leaders at a special banquet. A Sept. 27 gathering at The Rough restaurant in nearby Mackenbach served as the venue for the event, hosted by Command Sgt. Maj. Darrin L. Jefferies, the top enlisted Soldier for the 10th AAMDC. The Soldiers were joined by spouses and many others who had come together to build not only unit cohesion, but to better appreciate the integral role NCOs play in unit success and the development of their Soldiers. The main speaker for the evening was Sgt. Maj. Chad A. McNeish, the operations sergeant major for the 5th Battalion, 7th Artillery Regiment. His speech touched on the importance of the corps of NCOs and also some of the history and symbolism behind the “Creed of the Noncommissioned Officer.” McNeish said he was pleased with the good crowd at the event, noticing that many of the movers and shakers within the 10th AAMDC were in attendance to acknowledge the NCO impact.
“This is a group of the most powerful noncommissioned officers within this organization, and together we could accomplish anything,” McNeish said afterward. The banquet was coordinated by Sgt. 1st Class Derek Salley, a fire control NCO for the 10th AAMDC. “Planning and coordination took about a month to complete. Finding a proper location, gathering RSVPs and coordinating for technical support were our greatest challenges,” Salley said. A video was shown highlighting photos of accomplishments the 10th AAMDC has logged in recent months, with special emphasis on the role played by the unit’s many NCOs in achieving those successes. Within the video were interviews of selected senior NCOs being asked, among other things, about the pride a Soldier feels in being an NCO and how that pride is shown. For Master Sgt. Kelly Stransky, the NCO in charge of personnel and manpower, her answer on the paramount NCO mission was simple and to the point. “To lead from the front, show that we are a brotherhood and sisterhood, and to set the example,” she said. Leaders in the unit said the dinner is just an extension of several important Army-wide initiatives that highlight the importance of strong leadership, how standards are still important, and the role each Soldier must play in helping to maintain a competent and professional Army. Sgt. Maj. Julio Matta, the ser-
Photo by Kyle Johnson
Col. Stephen Richmond, commander of the 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command, and Command Sgt. Maj. Darrin Jefferies, the top enlisted Soldier for the 10th AAMDC, thank the proprietor of The Rough restaurant Sept. 27. The restaurant served as the venue for a special “Backbone” Dinner, which thanked the unit’s NCOs for their role in developing junior Soldiers and contributing to overall unit success.
geant major of logistics for the 10th AAMDC, said the decision to hold the dinner had been brewing over the last couple of months. Regardless of when the go-ahead for the event was given, Matta said the logic behind it is what really matters. “We often sit and talk about the things we see that are not exactly the way we want them to be. This was something to put some positive energy into making them the way they ought to be,” Matta said.
Jefferies and other senior leaders expressed hope that the event can become an annual tradition that will continue to build lasting bonds among NCOs and also serve to strengthen the unit. Matta agreed. “The NCO Backbone Dinner is about the things that matter the most. It’s about growing stronger as a team and leveraging our experience as leaders from all different backgrounds,” he said.
Creative Arts Center holds grand opening
Photo by Ignacio “Iggy” Rubalcava
Nora Vodopija assists Karen Raschke with her purchase at the Creative Arts Center after the center’s grand opening Oct. 2 in Baumholder. The center is now located in Bldg. 8104 near the Hall of Champions and offers a fully stocked resale store and numerous classes to its customers. Some of the classes include introduction to framing, crochet, decoupage, knitting, bisque techniques and more. There’s also custom framing and plaque making services, a ceramic painting room, a pottery studio, a children’s craft room, and balloon delivery service. The center is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and from noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays. For more information on what the Creative Arts Center has to offer, call them at 485-6687 or 06783-66687.
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Internal ESOHCAMP for the KMC The next Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Compliance Assessment and Management Program for Air Force units in the KMC are scheduled for Oct. 22 through 26. All Air Force units located on Ramstein, Vogelweh, Einsiedlerhof, Kapaun and Bann are eligible to be assessed. ESOHCAMP assessments are conducted annually. These assessments help commanders at all levels assess their unit’s compliance with all federal, state and local environmental, safety and occupational health laws and regulations — both U.S. and host nation. Additionally, ESOHCAMP assessors will execute the compliance assessment portion of the Environmental Management System. The assessment identifies findings wherever base operations are not in compliance with the regulatory requirements. The findings pinpoint deficiencies and help identify solutions. From this, we can evaluate our strengths and weaknesses in order to build stronger, more effective programs that not only save money and resources, but that also ensure maximum protection of human health and the environment.
During the assessment period, squadron commanders and superintendents should have personnel on-site that are knowledgeable with the environmental, safety and occupational health issues and programs under their control, to provide escort assistance for the ESOHCAMP team as required, and provide access to lockers, files, cabinets and locked/secured areas. An ESOHCAMP team badge will identify the assessors. ESOHCAMP team members will schedule appointments during the week of the assessment, but in some cases they may show up at your unit with little or no notice. The team of approximately 20 people will start with the assessment after an in-brief. The team will compile the checklist results into a report that will be provided to senior leadership of the three wings here. For questions regarding the ESOHCAMP assessment, call the 86th Civil Engineer Squadron’s Environmental section at 4805086/7712. Please help us make this a successful assessment and start preparing now. (by 86th Civil Engineer Squadron)
KMC Onstage presents ‘Hairspray’ KMC Onstage’s production of “Hairspray” will bring the big laughs, big music and big hair. It’s 1962 and spunky Baltimore teenager Tracy Turnblad has a dream. More than anything, she wants to dance on the televised “The Corny Collins Show.” Despite her “pleasantly plump” appearance, Tracy is selected for the show by Corny Collins himself. Tracy becomes an overnight celebrity, launches a campaign to integrate the show, falls in love with local heartthrob Link Larkin, defends her over the top hairstyle, becomes spokesperson for a local dress shop, organizes a protest rally, and gets hauled off to jail. More than a big, brassy, fun musical, “Hairspray” is a family show that highlights the racial injustices of 1960s America and promotes tolerance in all its forms. You’ll tap your toes to the beat as Tracy and her friends battle high school bullies, racism, and enemies everywhere of big girls with big hair. “Hairspray” is based on the 1988 John Waters film of the same name with 1960s style dance and motown music by Marc Shaiman and lyrics by Scott Wittman and Shaiman. Samantha Lightle plays an exuberant Tracy Turnblad, and David Dittmer shines as Edna Turnblad. Bratty, no-talent Amber Von Tussle (Nicole Hatch) and her mother, Velma Von Tussle (Karin Asselstine), are Tracy’s delightfully despicable adversar-
ies. Penny Pingleton, Tracy’s innocent and naive best friend, is played by Audrey Daly. Staff Sgt. Nicholas Perez is Tracy’s heartthrob love interest, Link Larkin. Motormouth Maybelle (Rochelle Jones) is the owner of a downtown record shop, and Michael Fargas plays her son Seaweed J. Stubbs. Wilbur Turnblad (Tim Fiscus) is Tracy’s father and owner of the Har-DeHar Hut joke shop. In all, more than 30 cast and crew from the KMC are rehearsing long hours in preparation for this popular musical. This team of active-duty Soldiers and Airmen, Department of Defense civilians, local nationals, and students are going all out to deliver a performance the audience will not soon forget. “Hairspray delivers a strong message,” said director Jim Sohre. “It’s about equality and tolerance and accepting others for who they are.” Show dates and times are: Oct. 19 to 21 and Oct. 25 to 28. Show times start at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 19, 20, 25, 26 and 27, and at 3 p.m. on Oct. 21, 27 and 28. Tickets are $14 for adults and $12 for students. The show is expected to be a sell-out, so get your tickets early. Tickets can be purchased online at https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil/webtrac/ kaiserslauternrectrac.html or through the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation One Stop at 06371-861780. (Story by Cheryl Navo)
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Pay it forward, be a sponsor by Kathy Latzke Ramstein Airman & Family Readiness Center director
orth Dakota, Italy, Utah or Germany. Wherever we are PCSing, knowing some of the details before we get there can be helpful and stress-reducing. At the end of the day, not all surprises are good. Everyone has a sponsor story. The good, the bad and the ugly. We all have one and have all heard them. There are horror stories out there that are as diverse as the Air Force itself. The bottom line unfortunately is, not all Airmen are treated equally when it comes to sponsorship. My family and I have a sponsor story that can hardly be beat. Germany was our seventh assignment, but our first overseas with children (and two high school girls, at that). We received it Sept. 1, 2010, with a report date of April 20, 2011. There was lots of time to plan, sell our home and worry. Not 24 hours after receiving our orders, my mind was swimming with questions, especially about our initial arrival and how quickly I could get our daughters enrolled in school.
Enter Master Sgt. Amy Winger, our sponsor. Transatlantic phone calls, Facebook and email — we employed all means of communication. By the end of the first month, she knew as much about my family as a close friend. Yes, she asked that many questions. The date of departure approached. We visited family before heading to Baltimore. Of course, like many, when you are traveling you lose touch with current events. I heard chatter about an Icelandic volcano and caught brief comments. Never did I think that there was a correlation between something so remote and my future. And as I stood in the MAC terminal in Baltimore, I realized my situation was far from isolated. We stayed in contact with Winger. She gave us updates from Ramstein, providing us with the news on the street and when they may lift the flight restrictions. Apart from that, I gave little thought about what our delay meant to her. I guess, as I reflect, I thought that it simply adjusted the day she would meet us at the terminal. However, when we landed at Ramstein, it became perfectly evident what Winger had been tasked with. As we shuffled our way through the line
at lodging, we witnessed family after family being told that their reservation had been given away because they had not arrived as scheduled and no one had kept them abreast of changes in their itinerary. But not us. As we approached the desk, we anticipated the worse. When we were told that our sponsor had called everyday to adjust our arrival date, we could have wept. Pleasantly, we were handed our keys to TLF. Our first impression of Ramstein, Germany, and the men and women of the KMC was great. I wish I heard positive sponsor stories more. And they aren’t all bad. But it is the unfortunate situations that permeate conversations and leave a lasting mark. It simply does not need to be this way. As an Airman and a wingman, we should accept zero tolerance for a regrettable arrival to Ramstein. No one should find themselves alone after landing at Frankfurt International Airport. If we equate the first impression saying with sponsorship, we want more than anything to make incoming Airmen’s first impression right. This responsibility rests with the sponsor. Maybe you want to pay it forward by being a great sponsor or make PCSing a better experience than what
you had. Either way, the Air Force wants your desire and your talent. The Ramstein Airman & Family Readiness Center wants to help you with your sponsorship duties. We are now offering the class Sponsorship in the KMC as a way to highlight the special considerations and needs that should be addressed when folks PCS here. To give sponsors a general look at sponsorship duties and tools, www. militaryhomefront.com offers online training. A certificate is generated when completed and can be accessed by your unit intro monitor and by the A&FRC. From there, sponsors should schedule themselves for Sponsorship in the KMC so we can pass on KMCspecific issues, policies and points of contact. A friendship bloomed from our sponsorship experience. By having the forethought that she did, Winger went above and beyond in helping my family settle in. Yes, we planned ahead. We did our part. But we had to relinquish some of the details to Winger and trust she would do well by us. She was a sponsoree’s dream. Let’s pay that forward. Let’s truly welcome others to Ramstein.
Bioenvironmental engineering keeps workplace safe by Airman 1st Class Hailey Haux 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs The 86th Aerospace Medicine Squadron’s bioenvironmental engineering flight ensures all Air Force members and employees working in the KMC have a healthy work environment. “The daily operations of the bioenvironmental engineering flight are important to mission accomplishment,” said Maj. Robbie Wheeler, 86th AMDS bioenvironmental engineering flight commander. “The short-term goal is to help ensure that every KMC warrior and their family members are healthy enough to complete the mission.” The bioenvironmental engineering flight performs a number of duties to guarantee their work environment is a healthy place. “We perform surveys that help determine risks such as irritating chemicals and waterborne illness, and use our equipment to analyze any health hazards,” said Airman 1st Class Brian Bigney, 86th AMDS bioenvironmental engineering technician. Not only does a bioenvironmental engineering technician perform gas mask fit tests; they also respond to emergencies such as chemical spills and take water samples on a weekly basis. “Water sampling is one of the biggest things we do,” Bigney said. “We are constantly taking samples to make sure the KMC has clean, uncontaminated water.”
Another part of their job involves making sure any confined spaces have the correct oxygen levels. “We don’t want anyone entering an area that is a hazard to their health,” Bigney said. If an area is found to be hazardous, the bioenvironmental engineering technicians recommend a solution, ranging from changing the process, to implementing workplace controls like industrial ventilation; to telling workers what protective equipment should be used to keep their work environment safe. Working with other agencies on emergency responses puts a different spin on the everyday jobs, said Bigney. “Since we are dealing with hazardous materials, teamwork and communication is crucial,” said Senior Master Sgt. Alvaro Magana, 86th AMDS bioenvironmental engineering flight chief. “We have to be able to respond and talk with each other about what is going on because everyone’s health is at stake.” Ramstein’s bioenvironmental engineering flight has the same procedures as any base in the states; however, one thing that is different is that they have to comply with the host nation requirements, to make sure their codes and standards are met as well. To learn the tricks of the trade, bioenvironmental engineering technicians
go to technical school for three and a half months to train for anything that might come up. “It’s a difficult course,” said Magana. “There are a variety of chemicals they need to learn about. They have to know what’s toxic versus radioactive. In technical school they learn how to protect themselves and others against this broad field of chemicals.” Keeping the KMC safe is a major priority, however; Airmen from the bioenvironmental engineering flight have another long-term goal in mind when they come to work every day. “Our efforts help us keep our military members and their families healthy well beyond their term of service,” said Wheeler. “We prevent avoidable illnesses that might develop long after they’ve left the military.”
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Tap a rhythm
First-graders show Dr. Nancy Bresell, director of the Department of Defense Education Activity-Europe, and Dr. Dell McMullen, Kaiserslautern District superintendent, how to tap to the rhythm with music teacher Angie Shoff during their visit to Kaiserslautern Elementary School Oct. 1
Hispanic Heritage Month Kaiserslautern Middle School sixth-graders, under the tutelage of Naydia Martinez, celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with some Latin music and Zumba Oct. 5 in the school gymnasium.
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Ambassador to Luxembourg visits RHS
Ramstein High School senior Shann Foster interviews in front of Mac McGeehan, Laura Renne, Ahmaed Cephus and Master Sgt. Jeremiah Siembida, a panel of four volunteers from the Ramstein community, during the biannual mock interviews held at the school.
American ambassador to Luxembourg Robert Mandell meets with Ramstein High School students. During his visit, he encouraged students to be involved in service projects and spoke of his experiences working in Luxembourg.
School Notes RIS PTA meeting
Join Ramstein Intermediate School’s PTA at its monthly membership meeting at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday in Jaguar Hall (multipurpose hall). All members are welcome. We will be discussing events planned for this school year. “Like” us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/ RamsteinIntermediatePTA. Volunteers are needed to help at various school functions and events. To volunteer, email volunteer coordinator Lindsey Abbott at volunteer.ramsteinIS@gmail. com. For details, email ramstein.pta@ gmail.com.
Ramstein Middle School’s PTSA is hosting the fourth annual Dodgeball Night from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 19. The event will have a
Halloween theme, so come dressed in your costume or customized shirts. The PTSA needs volunteers to help with various stations, including refreshments, check-in, baked goods sales, game referees and clean-up. There will also be a rafﬂe held on Dodgeball Night, where one person will win an iPod Touch. Rafﬂe tickets are $2 each or $5 for three. You must be present to win. Tickets will be sold during lunch and at the event. For details or to volunteer, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The semiannual Community College of the Air Force graduation diploma ceremony will take place at 1 p.m. Oct. 26 in the Ramstein Ofﬁcers’ Club. Graduation rehearsal will be held at
9 a.m. the same day and location. Rehearsal is mandatory for all graduates participating in the ceremony. If you are PCSing, separating, deploying or retiring prior to this date, provide the necessary information to the education center. Members at a geographically separated unit that are located more than one hour away from Ramstein will have their diplomas forwarded to their ﬁrst sergeant. Participation in this ceremony is optional; however, CCAF requires diplomas to be awarded in an appropriate ceremony. If you elect not to participate, ﬁrst sergeants and commanders will be notiﬁed to pick up your diplomas to be awarded at a commander’s call or alternate ceremony after the ofﬁcial ceremony in October. For details, email education@ramstein. af.mil or call 480-2032.
CCAF records update
Community College of the Air Force students may request to have their military personnel data system record updated to reﬂect a CCAFawarded certiﬁcation. CCAF awards three certifications: Professional Manager Certification, CCAF Instructor Certiﬁcation, and the CCAF Instructional Systems Development Certiﬁcation. These certiﬁcations do not automatically ﬂow to a member’s MilPDS record; however, the base education ofﬁce can manually update a member’s record upon request. CCAF students must physically bring in a copy of their certiﬁcate to the education ofﬁce in Bldg. 2120, Room 421, to have their MilPDS record updated. For more information, call 480-2032.
Mark Your Calendar
ing technique and learn songs to perform in concert, which » In conjunction with Retiree Appreciation Day also include choreography moves and Orff instrument playtoday, the 86th Medical Group has set aside 35 appoint- ing. The program this fall consists of Christmas songs in ments set up for full eye exams. The patient will be given both English and German as well as traditional rounds in a 40-minute slot and the optometry clinic will try to ac- Latin and French. The choir will perform in Christmas fescomplish all additional testing that might be needed the tivals in Otterberg and in church concerts in Kaiserslautern, same day. They will also do walk-in pressure checks for along with our sponsor choir, the Rheinland-Pfalz Internathose individuals who might not need or want full exams tional Choir. For details or to register, contact director Suann between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. The appointments are only Strickland at 06301-389-8107 or suannstrickland@gmail. available for the actual retired members. They start at com. 7:20 a.m. and will run through » Rheinland Pfalz Quilt Guild 3:20 p.m. The optometry clinic is meetings are held the third Thurslocated on the first floor in Bldg. day of each month. Night meetings 2121 on Ramstein. Appointments are held the fourth Thursday of can be booked by calling the clinic each month. Visit www.rpqg.eu for directly at 479-2350 or 06371the meeting location. 46-2350. As part of Breast Cancer Awareness » The Rhineland Breast Can» KMC Onstage is putting Month, the following events are cer Coalition Coalition, a group of breast on a big musical production scheduled to take place in the KMC: cancer survivors in the KMC, are of “Hairspray” on the following celebrating life and supporting and dates and times: Oct. 19 to 21 Saturday, the LRMC 5K Breast encouraging other breast cancer and Oct. 25 to 28. Show times Cancer Awareness Run. Registration patients and survivors in the area. start at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 19, 20, begins at 7:30 a.m. at the track near This group meets at 6:30 p.m. the 25, 26 and 27, and at 3 p.m. on Gate 4 and the Army and Air Force second Tuesday of each month at Oct. 21, 27 and 28. Tickets cost Exchange Station gas station. The Bambus Garden, outside Pulaski $14 for adults and $12 for sturace begins at 9 a.m. Prizes will be Gate by Vogelweh. For details, email dents. Children under 5 will not be awarded. Mammogram appointments RBCCgroup@yahoo.com. admitted. KMC Onstage is located can be booked at the event. For more » The Rheinland-Pfalz Inin Bldg. 3232 on Kleber Kaserne. information, call Becky Muenchow at ternational Choir needs new For details, call 483-6626 or 486-6791 or 06371-86-6791. members. If you love music and 0631-411-6626. love to sing, consider visiting to » KMC Onstage is holding Saturday, Rheinland-Pfalz breast see if RPIC is a good fit for you. cancer survivor representatives will open auditions for the play “A The choir meets Tuesday evenings be at the Kaiserslautern Military Christmas Story” Tuesday and in Kaiserslautern-Erzhütten. New Community Center with information Wednesday. This play calls for a members are welcome through on breast cancer. cast of 11 to 15 people consistSeptember. For details, visit www. ing of two to five men, two to three sing-rpic.de (available in both OCT. 21, a tea will be held from woman, five boys and two girls. German and English). There, you 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Ramstein will find directions, performance Auditions for children, ages 8 to Community Club Annex, Bldg. 411. samples, photos and contact in13, begin at 6:30 p.m. Adult auMaj. (Dr.) Penelope Harris, an oncoloformation. ditions begin at 7:30 p.m. Adults gist from LRMC, and Lt. Col. (Dr.) need to have one 30 to 60 sec» The Kaiserslautern chapBradford Scanlon, a LRMC plastic ter of the Sergeant Morales ond comedic monologue prepared. surgeon, will be two of the guest Club meets from 11:30 a.m. to Contact KMC Onstage for a perusspeakers. Speakers will also include a 12:30 p.m. the first Monday of al copy. KMC Onstage is located in breast cancer survivor. Tea, coffee and every month at the Rhine OrdBldg. 3233 on Kleber Kaserne. For pastries will be served and music will nance Barracks DFAC (on the right details, call 483-6626 or 0631be provided by the Air Force Winds side). This meeting is open to all 411-6626. Aloft. This is a free event and the Sergeant Morales members, Ser» Check out Germany’s ﬁrst 50 guests will receive a Bavarian geant Audie Murphy members and largest country party, “Country tea cup, saucer and dessert plate. For to any NCO who would like to join. Nights,” from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. evmore information, call Marina Latiff ery Saturday at the Kazabra Club, at 486-6447 or 06371-86-6447. Support Groups Bldg. 2057 on Vogelweh. Don’t for» The toddler playgroup of get to ride “Tornado” the mechanithe German-American and Intercal bull! For more information, call 489-7261 or 0631-536-7261, or visit www.mwrgermany. national Women’s Club Kaiserslautern will meet bimonthly. Join mothers from other cultures and enjoy a coffee tocom. gether while children play and hear other languages. The Meetings group meets from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Monday and Oct. 29, » The German-American Children’s Friendship Nov. 5 and 19, and Dec. 3 and 17 at Spesbacher Str. 51a, Choir welcomes all interested children, ages 6 to 10, to Ramstein. The fee for each play date is €2 to cover facility join our choir for this upcoming Christmas concert season. costs. For more information, contact Katie Pelletier at ktThe choir will meet from 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays in Otter- email@example.com or 06383-9266018, or visit the GAIWC berg in the third floor Aula (auditorium) of the Grundschule website at www.gaiwc.com. (elementary school). The choir will study good choral sing» Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a weight loss support
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Fire Prevention Month Events The KMC fire department offers the following events to highlight Fire Prevention Month: » Today and Saturday: from 9 to 11 a.m. at Ramstein’s 24-hour Shoppette — engine crew with Sparky » Monday and Tuesday: from 9 to 11 a.m. at Ramstein’s Enlisted Club - engine crew with Sparky » Wednesday: from 9 a.m. to noon at CNK Children House, Landstuhl City — Fire prevention inspector, Tech. Sgt. Jason Lewis plus two with bunkers and Sparky » Thursday and Oct. 19: from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Vogelweh Elementary School — Fire Station 6 crew » Oct. 20: from 9 to 11 a.m. at KMCC — Fire Station 1 or 2 crew walk through KMCC with Sparky » Oct. 22 to 24: from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Ramstein Elementary School — Fire Station 2 crew with Sparky and any other takers » Oct. 25 and 26: from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Landstuhl Elementary/Middle School — Fire Station 4/5 crew with Sparky » Oct. 27: from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Fire Station 1 (flightline) — open house » Oct. 29 to 31: from 9 to 11 a.m. at Ramstein Intermediate School — Fire Station 2 crew with Sparky For more information, call Tech. Sgt. Jason Lewis at 4806912.
group that meets from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays on Pulaski Barracks in Bldg. 2919 in the first floor conference room. For details, call 0170-8007205, 06303-807708 or 483-5336, 0631-411-5336. » The Help Us Grow Securely playgroup meets from 10 to 11:30 a.m. the first and third Friday of the month at the Vogelweh Community Center. This playgroup is for parents and children up to 4 years old. For details, call Army Community Service at 493-4203 or 0631-3406-4203.
» Want to be a vampire? Audition for “The Underworld Haunted House.” The theme this year is Warewolves and Vampire’s and performers are needed in Baumholder. Auditions take place on Wednesday with the director of the Hilltop Theater. Call 485-7244 for details. The Hilltop theater is located in Bldg. 8218, next to the Burger King on Smith. » The Halloween party at Strikers starts at 6 p.m. Oct. 31. Strikers offers a haunting 8-pin, no-tap tournament starting at 6 p.m. We also encourage the children to trick or treat during authorized times. We will have a costume contest at 8 p.m. and those in costume will receive $1 off each game. » Nominations for 2013 Army Entertainment Programs (Soldier Show, Operation Rising Star, etc.) are due to Army Entertainment by Nov. 1. Selected Soldiers get the opportunity to work with the entertainment industry’s latest equipment and technologies, learn valuable skills, train and learn from the industry’s best, all while delivering a world-class experience. Those interested in applying may obtain performer and technician requirements and application by visiting ArmyEntertainment.net. Army Entertainment Recruitment Video (for use): http://youtu.be/BcGHJYlbyLE. For details, contact Kelly Jones at (210)466-1852 or kelly.m.jones34.naf.mail.mil, or Sgt. Rena Cunningham at 210-466-2078 or rena.c.cunningham. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Classes And Training
» Take part in the Basic Training for New Parents class, which takes place from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday in Bldg. 2917 on Pulaski Barracks. In this class, receive information on safety issues and increase your awareness on several common syndromes. For details or to register in advance, call 0631-3406-4203. » Separations can be very difficult, especially for any children involved. In Co-Parenting Class, learn to be the best parent you can during the process of divorce or separation in the interest of helping the children maintain a sense of love and normalcy. This special class, provided by ACS Family Advocacy, takes place at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in Bldg. 2917 on Pulaski Barracks. To register, call 06313406-4062/4228. » Are you new to the KMC? Join Army Community Service for Culture College, a free, two part class starting at 9 a.m. Thursday and Oct. 19 in Bldg. 2891 on Pulaski Barracks. The first day covers on overview of Kaiserslautern, Rheinland-Pfalz, German culture and customs. On the second day, you take the local bus for a special insider’s tour of “K-Town.” A walking tour of downtown takes you to the historical sites, museums, city offices and a historic restaurant for lunch. Register in advance by calling 493-4203 or 0631-3406-4203. » The Ramstein Airman & Family Readiness Center invites all Air Force spouses to attend HeartLink from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Oct. 19. HeartLink is a seminar specially created for new Air Force spouses. Attendees will receive a personal briefing from the 86th Airlift Wing commander about Ramstein’s mission, tour a C-130 aircraft, visit the southside gym and health and wellness center, have lunch, learn about Air Force customs and
courtesies, and find out about available resources on and off base. HeartLink provides an opportunity to meet new friends and learn about Air Force culture and Ramstein Air Base. To pre-register or for details, call the A&FRC at 4805100 or 06371-47-5100. » The Armed Forces Action Plan is the grassroots process to identify and deliver changes to the community. Submit your issues now for the Oct. 23 to 26 conference where volunteers will gather, work to resolve issues and brief command on needed changes. For details, call 4934203 or 0631-3406-4203, or visit www.mwrgermany. com. » During October, the New Parent Support Program is hosting a series of workshops for parents and their babies ages 10 weeks to 12 months old. In this workshop, learn the calming and powerful techniques of massage and how this will aid in the development and nurturing your baby. Classes take place from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. every Tuesday in October in the Landstuhl Library. To register in advance, call 0631-34064006/4203.
» Want to learn more about finding a government job? Visit Army Community Service, Bldg. 2917 on Pulaski Barracks, at 10 a.m. today and Oct. 26 to learn more about finding and applying for jobs. To make an appointment with Employment Readiness or for details, call 493-4029 or 0631-3406-4029. » Need a job? Love children? Want to work from home? If you are new to Baumholder and looking for work, you can start your own home-based business by becoming a family child care provider. If you are interested
A&FRC programs The Ramstein Airman & Family Readiness Center offers the following programs: Ramstein Spouse Orientation: Oct. 15, 8:45 a.m. to 2 p.m., A&FRC USO KL-downtown tour: Oct. 16, 8:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m., Starbucks lobby Reintegration: Oct. 16, 9 a.m. to noon, Bldg. 3450 Resume Writing 101: Oct. 16, 10 to 11 a.m., A&FRC Intro to German: Oct. 16, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., A&FRC Pre-Deployment: Oct. 16, 1 to 3 p.m., Bldg. 3450 EFMP Bowling Madness: Oct. 16, 6 to 8 p.m., bowling center Base Intro: Oct. 17, 7:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., Hercules Theater Intro to A&FRC Financial Services to 1st Duty Station Lts: Oct. 17, 10 to 11 a.m., A&FRC Pre-Separation Counseling: Oct. 18, 9 to 11 a.m., A&FRC Managing Your Money: Oct. 18, 1 0 to noon, A&FRC HeartLink: Oct. 19, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., A&FRC Contact the A&FRC at 480-5100 to register for the classes. The Reintegration and Pre-deployment briefings are open to spouses. in this great self-employment opportunity or want more information, call the FCC office at 485-6588 or 0678366588.
» A Unitarian Universalist worship service and fellowship hour will be held from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. the second and fourth Sundays from September through May at the Kapaun Chapel.
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Celebrating Hispanic heritage by the 86th Airlift Wing Equal Opportunity Office
ational Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates and recognizes the contributions Hispanic citizens have made to American society and culture. The month-long celebration began Sept. 15 and continues through Monday. Sept. 15th is significant because it’s the anniversary of independence for five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico declared its independence on Sept. 16 and Chile on Sept. 18. This year’s National Hispanic Heritage Month theme is “Diversity United, Building America’s Future Today.” Throughout history, Hispanic citizens have contributed tirelessly to the fabric and sustained success of our great nation. In his presidential proclamation, President Barack Obama highlighted Hispanic citizens. “(They) have led movements that pushed our country closer to realizing the democratic ideals of America’s founding documents, and they have served courageously as members of our armed forces to defend those ideals at home and abroad,” he said.
We honor Hispanics like Bernardo de Gálvez, colonial governor of Spanish Louisiana, who secretly sided with American colonists during the Revolutionary War and used his power to help us defeat the British, and Army veteran medical doctor Hector Perez Garcia, who served as an infantry officer, a combat engineer officer and a medical corps officer during World War II. After his service, Garcia opened a medical practice and tended to many Hispanic veterans who were denied treatment by military hospitals. Responding to this injustice, Garcia formed the American GI Forum to guarantee Mexican-Americans the health and education benefits to which they were entitled. Although these are only a couple examples, Hispanic citizens continue on with the tradition of selfless service. According to 2011 Census figures, Hispanics account for 11 percent of our military force. Personnel statistics for the Ramstein community indicate 13 percent of our brothers and sisters in arms identify as Hispanic. We are united in our diversity and we should take a moment to reflect on the contributions Hispanics and all citizens are making toward building a better America.
Kaiserslautern holds October carnival Oct. 19 to 29 by Petra Lessoing 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Kaiserslautern’s traditional “Oktoberkerwe,” or October carnival, will take place Oct. 19 to 29. More than 140 ride owners and vendors will offer their attractions and merchandise at Messeplatz fairgrounds. City representatives will officially open the event by tapping the first keg of beer at 7 p.m. Oct. 19 in the big fest tent. When it’s dark, around 9 p.m., fireworks will be lit to signal the start of the 11-day event. The history of carnivals in Kaiserslautern dates back to March 1571, when Emperor Maximilian II granted the town of Kaiserslautern the right to hold two cattle markets each year. For this event, traveling people came to town, and the traditional
Oktoberkerwe in Kaiserslautern features vendors selling food and candy specialties as well as other merchandise.
“Kerwe,” or carnival, which nowadays is held in May and October, started to develop. Since World War II, the “Lautrer Kerwe” with about 200,000 visitors today, has the reputation of being the biggest folks fest in the Westpfalz. Oktoberkerwe will offer a variety of rides for adults and children. A novelty will be a ride called “The King.” It offers 360 degree turns in three directions in a height of 27 meters. The mobile rollercoaster “Black Hole” is unique in Europe since visitors experience a 420-meter long ride in total darkness. Also available will be the biggest transportable Haunted Mansion. “Down Under” will take people on a trip in the crazy outback on two levels. Visitors of “Crazy Town” will have to find their way in this crazy labyrinth. The 50-meter long Bavarian ride will offer Fun for children and adults. “Breakdance” and “Musik Express” will provide speed and sound. The giant Ferris wheel, the token of each folks fest, will offer a nice view from a height of 40 meters. Children can have fun with skills games and taking rides on ponies, in miniscooters and merrygo-rounds. The skills booths will offer archery, fishing or throwing cans. Beer gardens, bistros and various tents will lure hungry and thirsty visitors. Palatinate and international culinary specialties will be sold at the food booths. The “shopping street” will take visitors on a shopping trip. Until late at night they can buy a variety of merchandise, including jewelry, clothes, curtains, household items, leather goods, spices, arts and crafts items. Family day with reduced prices and special offers until 7 p.m. is scheduled for Oct. 24. The ride owners and vendors want to say Thank You to their customers with a colorful fireworks display around 9 p.m. Oct. 29 to close out the event. The rides will be open 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. each day,
Carnival-goers can have fun on the many rides at the annual October carnival Oct. 19 to 29 at Kaiserslautern’s Messeplatz fairgrounds.
and until midnight Oct. 19 and Saturdays. Some food booths and vendors will start selling their specialties and merchandise at 11 a.m. each day. Traditionally, Sunday shopping will be offered in the city of Kaiserslautern during Oktoberkerwe. The stores in Kaiserslautern will be open 1 to 6 p.m. Oct. 21.
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Was ist Los? KMC Cultural Highlights by Petra Lessoing 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs The following is a list of performances and events happening in the KMC and nearby. Dates are subject to change.
Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern: • “Buddenbrooks,” a play in German based on the book by Thomas Mann, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 27 and 30. • Ka’elles Quintett presents a chamber concert with music by Mozart, Nielsen, Hindemith and Ligeti, 11 a.m. Sunday. • “Chronicle of the Immortals — Blood Night,” a rock opera by Wolfgang Holbein with the band Vanden Plas, 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday and Oct. 21. • “Engelslieder,” balletts by Stefano Giannetti, 8 p.m. Thursday and Oct. 28. • “Wilhelm Tell,” an opera by Gioacchino Rossini, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19 and 26. • Philharmonic Night to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Pfalztheater Orchestra, 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Oct. 20 at different locations. For details, call 0631-3675-209 or visit www.pfalztheater.de. Kammgarn Kaiserslautern: • The Kabeedies from GreatBritain present Indie, pop, rock and Afro beat, 8 p.m. today. Tickets cost €14. • The band Livingston with musicians from four countries present Indie, pop, rock, 8 p.m. Tuesday. Tickets cost €20. • Stefan Gwildis, Germany’s answer to U.S. soul, 8 p.m. Thursday. Tickets cost €34. • Mono Inc. presents hard metal and goth rock, 8 p.m. Oct. 19. Tickets cost €20. • The German band Blackmail presents Indie rock, pop alternative, in English, 8 p.m. Oct. 20. Tickets cost €17. • Kammgarn International Blues Festival features various bands, performers, Oct. 25, 26 and 27. For more information, visit
www.kammgarn.de or call 0631-365-2607. Fruchthalle, Kaiserslautern: • The German Radio Philharmonics Saarbrücken Kaiserslau-tern presents a “Bouquet of Melodies,” with operetta music, 5 p.m. Sunday. Tickets cost €12 to €25. • The German Radio Philharmonics Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern presents “Die Rheinische” with works by Carl Maria von Weber, and Robert Schumann, 8 p.m. Oct. 19. Tickets cost €17 to €25. For details, stop at the Kaiserslautern Tourist Ofﬁce, Fruchthallstrasse14, visit www.fruchthalle.de or call the ofﬁce of arts at 0631-365-1410. SWR studio, Fliegerstrasse, Kaiserslautern: • The German Radio Philharmonics Saaarbrücken Kaiserslautern presents a concert à la carte, with works by Carl Maria von Weber and Robert Schumann, 1 p.m. Thursday. Lunch is served at noon. Tickets cost €21 with lunch, and €12 without lunch. For tickets, call the Kaiserslautern tourist ofﬁce at 0631-365-1410. Haus des Bürgers, RamsteinMiesenbach: • Chris Thompson, who used the be the voice of legendary Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, presents his great hits such as “Blinded by the Light,” “Davy’s on the Road again,” 8 p.m. Oct. 23. Tickets cost €24 to €34. • “My Fair Lady,” a musical by Frederick Loewe, in German, 8 p.m. Nov. 2. Tickets cost €27 to €33. For more information, visit www.hausdesbuergers.de. Eulenbis Bürgerhaus: • SWR1 Night Fever party with dancing, 9 p.m. Saturday. Doors open 8 p.m. DJ will present 1970s and 1980s music. English Theatre, Frankfurt: • “Breaking the Code,” a play by Hugh Whitemore, 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays, and 6 p.m. Sundays, through Oct. 27. For more information, visit
Wine harvest fest features parade Neustadt on the German Wine Street is still celebrating its annual German Wine Harvest Fest through Monday. The big festival parade through town will start at 2 p.m. Sunday. More than 100 floats, bands and walking groups will participate. The wine harvest fest also features a carnival and wine village set up across from the train station. The fest will close out with a fireworks display at 9:30 p.m. Monday.
• Kaiserslautern, Gartenschau, open through Oct. 31. Hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets cost €7 for adults and €3 for children. Exhibitions: Farmers’ life in the early 20th century; Art Forum with 15 renowned artists presenting their works; ﬂower show “Chrysanthemum — Color Chart of Fall,” in ﬂower hall. Pumpkin festival with thousands of pumpkins, decoration items in store, food specialties. For details, visit www.gartenschau-kl.de or call 0631-71007-0. • Kaiserslautern, Japanese Garden, Am Abendsberg 1, open through Oct. 31. For details, visit www.japanischergarten.de. • Steinwenden, village carnival, Saturday to Monday. • Enkenbach, village carnival and cuckoo run, Sunday. Stores open 1 to 6 p.m. • Kirchheimbolanden, October carnival, today to Monday. • Kirn (on B41, north of IdarOberstein), farmers and arts and
crafts market, Sunday. • Neustadt/German Wine Street, wine harvest fest, through Monday. Parade, 2 p.m. Sunday. • Edenkoben (south of Neustadt), wine and chestnut market in the forest, Saturday and Sunday.
• Kaiserslautern, Pfalzcenter (across from Daenner Kaserne), Saturdays. • Kaiserslautern, Opel parking lot, Portal 4, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. • Ramstein, Flurstrasse 4, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and Saturday. • Bad Dürkheim, Saline (saltworks), 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. • Bad Dürkheim, Salierhalle, Mercure-Hotel, Saturday. • Deidesheim (south of Bad Dürkheim), Stadthalle, weapons and military objects swap meet, Saturday and Sunday. • Mettlach (north of Saarlouis), Mehrzweckhalle, antique and ceramics market, Sunday. For details, visit www.troedlerundsammeln.de.
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Early intervention key to treating depression by Sabriya Dennis U.S. Army Public Health Command October is National Depression Education and Awareness Month. When feelings of sadness, anxiety or depression linger for long periods of time, it’s possible that a person could be clinically depressed. Depression is a very common condition affecting more than 20 million adults in the U.S. each year. The Army’s suicide rate has increased significantly over the past five years. A diagnosis of depression is a risk factor that can contribute to suicidal thoughts, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Therefore, it is important to be attentive to signs of depression in others as well as oneself. Depression is defined in the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders” as having five or more specified symptoms occur during the same two-week period of time and representing a change from the previous level of functioning. As part of the criteria, at least one of the symptoms has to be depressed mood or loss of interest or pleasure. The remaining symptoms are: • Difficulty concentrating, remembering details and making decisions • Energy levels are decreased or feelings of fatigue • Persistent aches, pains, headaches, cramps, or digestive problems • Running into feelings of hopelessness and/or pessimism • Experiencing feelings of guilt, worthlessness and/or helplessness
Baumholder-breast cancer run
The Breast Cancer Awareness Run will be held today at the Hall of Champions PFC in Baumholder. Registration takes place at 7:30 a.m. and start time is at 9. This event is free. Memorable T-shirts will be available for $5 each at the Mountaineer Fitness Center.
Red Ribbon Run
U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern hosts a 5K Red Ribbon Run to support freedom from drug and alcohol abuse at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Special Events Center on Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Bldg. 237. Walkers, runners, families and pets are welcome. Register early at an Army dining facility (see www.mwrgermany.com for dates and times), or on the day of the event from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. For more information, email Sandra.email@example.com or call 486-6354/1710 or 06371-86-6254/1710.
Breast cancer walk at LRMC
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center hosts its annual Breast Cancer Awareness 5K Run/Walk at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Landstuhl track. There is no registration fee. Register the day of the run between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. The first 300 runners will receive a free T-shirt. All chil-
• Suicidal thoughts or suicide attempts • Sleeping excessively, early morning wakefulness or insomnia • Irritability, restlessness • Overeating or loss of appetite • No interest in activities or hobbies once pleasurable, including sex Issues such as loneliness, financial strain, lack of social support, relationship problems, unemployment, trauma, death of a loved one, alcohol or drug abuse, childhood abuse, family history of depression, health problems or a recent stressful life experience can place a person at risk for depression. Though everyone may experience one or more of these issues, not everyone will respond to them in
dren under 12 will receive a medal instead of a T-shirt. Dogs are welcome. Awards will be handed out for various running categories, including the Best Dressed “Pink Man” Award. For more information, email LRMCbreastcancer@yahoo.com.
Lacrosse players wanted
The Kaiserslautern lacrosse youth boys and girls teams (K through 12) and adult men’s and women’s teams are looking for new and old players to join their ranks. No experience is necessary; we will teach you how to play and will have equipment for you to use. Youth practices take place from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Mondays. Adult (men and women) practices take place from 7:15 to 9:30 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays. Practices are held at TSG 1861 Kaiserslautern e. V., Hermann-Löns-Str. 25, 67663 Kaiserslautern. Our youngest player is 5 and our oldest player is 53. What’s your excuse? Check us out on Facebook at “Kaiserslautern Lacrosse” and “Kaiserslautern Women’s Lacrosse.” For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today — Breast Cancer Awareness Run Oct. 31 — Monster Mash Run Nov. 16 — Turkey Trot
the same way. The same is true for depression; not everyone experiences or exhibits depressive symptoms in the same manner. The following are common symptoms of depression for various groups: MEN • Fatigue, irritability, sleep problems, violence, reckless behavior and substance abuse WOMEN Feelings of guilt, excessive sleeping, overeating and weight gain Youth Irritability, hostility, quick temperedness, unexplained aches and pain. If left untreated, these symptoms can lead to problems at home and school, or drug abuse. Depression is treatable. Treatment for depression should be sought as early as possible so the individual can return to a healthy lifestyle and minimize the risk of greater illness. Treatment for depression includes the use of antidepressant medications, psychotherapy or a combination of both. If you or someone you know is in a crisis, seek help immediately. Here are some places that could help: • Call 911 • Visit the emergency room or speak to a health care provider • Call 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255); TTY 1-800-799-4TTY (4889) to speak with a trained counselor. This is a 24-hour toll-free hotline provided by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. If you are not sure if you or your loved one is experiencing depression, private screening tools are available online that provide immediate feedback.
Dec. 7 — Jingle Bell Jog Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. and races begin at 9 (dates subject to change). For details, call 485-7176 or 06783-67176.
Pilates classes take place from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Fridays in Bldg. 3720 on Landstuhl. For more information and prices, call 486-7172 or 06371-86-7172.
Indoor fall soccer clinics
Sign your child or youth up for SKIESUnlimited indoor fall soccer clinics, taught by professional soccer coaches. Clinics are held from September to December at the Special Events Center, Bldg. 237 on Rhine Ordnance Barracks. To enroll or for more information, call 493-4516/4122 or 0631-34064516/4122.
Baumholder-Fitness Instructors Needed The Baumholder Sports and Fitness Office is looking for certified instructors to offer classes such as but not limited to: aerobics, Zumba, body building, TBX, personal training, martial arts, dance, racquetball, etc. Call the Mountaineer Physical Fitness Center for details on how to submit a contract to conduct classes. Phone: 485-7418 / 06783-6-7418.
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Frankenweenie (PG) 11 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., 8 p.m. Taken 2 (PG13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 10 p.m. Ice Age 4 (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 7:45 p.m. The Bourne Legacy (PG13) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. SATURDAY - Frankenweenie (PG) 11 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., 8 p.m. Taken 2 (PG13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 10 p.m. Ice Age 4 (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 7:45 p.m. The Bourne Legacy (PG13) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. SUNDAY Frankenweenie (PG) 11 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., 8 p.m. Taken 2 (PG13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., Ice Age 4 (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 7:45 p.m. The Bourne Legacy (PG13) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. MONDAY - Frankenweenie (PG) 11 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., 8 p.m. Taken 2 (PG13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., Ice Age 4 (PG)11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 7:45 p.m. The Bourne Legacy (PG13) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. TUESDAY - Frankenweenie (PG) 11 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., 8 p.m. Taken 2 (PG13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., Ice Age 4 (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 7:45 p.m. The Bourne Legacy (PG13) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY - Frankenweenie (PG) 11 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., 8 p.m. Taken 2 (PG13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., Ice Age 4 (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 7:45 p.m. The Bourne Legacy (PG13) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. THURSDAY - Frankenweenie (PG) 11 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., 8 p.m. Taken 2 (PG13)11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., The Bourne Legacy (PG13) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. TODAY -
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Galaxy Theater (Vogelweh) TODAY Looper (R) 7 p.m. SATURDAY - Diary of a Wimpy Kid (PG) 4 p.m. Total Recall (PG-13) 7 p.m. SUNDAY Won’t Back Down (PG) 4 p.m.
Editor’s note: Schedules and synopses are provided by the Army and Air Force Exchange Service. Movie times and dates are subject to change by the individual theaters. Please check with the theater to ensure accuracy.
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Frankenweenie (PG) — From creative genius Tim Burton (“Alice in Wonderland” and “The Nightmare Before Christmas”) comes “Frankenweenie,” a heartwarming tale about a boy and his dog. After unexpectedly losing his beloved dog Sparky, young Victor harnesses the power of science to bring his best friend back to life — with just a few minor adjustments. He tries to hide his home-sewn creation, but when Sparky gets out, the entire town all learns that getting a new “leash on life” can be monstrous.
The Bourne Legacy (PG-13) — The narrative architect behind the “Bourne” ﬁlm series, Tony Gilroy, takes the helm in the next chapter of the hugely popular espionage franchise that has earned almost $1 billion at the global box ofﬁce: “The Bourne Legacy.” The writer/director expands the “Bourne” universe created by Robert Ludlum with an original story that introduces us to a new hero (Jeremy Renner) whose life-or-death stakes have been triggered by the events of the ﬁrst three ﬁlms.
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Ram Area Apt 3BR 150sqm (great Autobahn accessibility), nice view on lake, BIK, 1.5bath, cpks +carport balc no pets â‚Ź900 +util Call Walter Klinck 0176-62758373 Ramstein village. 5 min to RAB. Fully furnished apartment, 1 bedr, BIK, bathr for 630 â‚Ź. Call realtor Kurt 0170-9966359 or email rodi@ online.de Ramstein: 3bm aprtment, 1,5 baths, patio, yard, no pets! ImmoT. 016096096498 Rehweiler, 4rms, kitchen, 2bath, backyard, SatTV, Internet, all new â‚Ź720 06383-6394 /eleono firstname.lastname@example.org Rodenbach Hohlstr. 3 comfy attic Apt 100sqm liv-space, new BIK w/everything, big bathrm 2BR 1livrm, lrg hallway, cpks, Avail 1 Nov, 06374-992533 or 01798585307 Rodenbach, 2 bedrooms, open kitchen-dining-living-area, 1.5 bathrooms, balcony, about 100sqm, 01 December 2012 â‚Ź620 0179 6743057 / ElkeVentulett@web.de Rutsweiler (near Kusel): Very nice and modern Apt, 105sqm, 2BR/ 2BA, floor-heat, yard, garage â‚Ź 740,- + util 06371-943312-16, www.GermaWild-Immobilien.de Siegelbach Apt 75sqm 3rms, BIK, bath, storage, carport + off street pkg. â‚Ź450 + util 017096720310 or 06301-9263 Siegelbach, nice 2bm aptmt, 1,5 baths, balcony, E800 all incl., ImmoT. 016096096498 Waldmohr, new & exclusive 3rms, bik, bath, 114sqm, terrace, 2park spot, sep entrance, fireplace. E800 + util, no real estate fee! alexander.ganiman@free net.de Weselberg: nice 3BM 1st floor apartmt, carport, E1100 all included ImmoT. 016096096498
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!!! Miesenbach!!! Super large one family home. 300qm living space 5BR/3BA sauna fireplace, double garage, very nice garden.Price â‚Ź 2500 RE/MAX Dreamhomes 4 U ask for Sonja Gray 06371/ 6129262 or 0160/ 3807277 Sonjagray@ymail.com
K/S Immo Agency DUPLEX FOR RENT Katzweiler, Duplex
Industriestr. 18 â€˘ 66862 Kindsbach
230 sqm, 6 BR, 2,5 baths, BIK, yard â‚Ź1.985,00 + utilities + 1 rent finderâ€™s fee MORE HOUSES AND APARTMENTS AVAILABLE, CALL US FOR MORE INFO Mannheimer-Str. 25, 67655 Kaiserslautern Tel: 0631/3619963, Cell 0174/4166662 www.immo-agency.biz, email@example.com
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!!!360sqm Lux. small Castle, Obernheim (Landstuhl school) 7BR 4bath 2liv/din sauna 938sqm lot 2300€ +utl + dbl gar, 0157/ 74285394 housing appr 15min Ramstein, FSH, 150 sqm, 4 BDR, 2 baths, garage rent € 1005 ZIAI Immobilien 06371 57888 1Fam House Albersbach 15km RAM 162sqm 4BR BIK 1.5bath dbl cport garage balc yard Avail 1Nov. €1250 +utl 06385-1585 or 0152-08875672 250sqm Freest 1Fam. Home Reichenbach-Steegen, 5BR, 2BIK 3baths €1600+util 0151-17982373 3 min Landstuhl, FSH 250 sqm, 6 BDR, 3 baths, garage, rent 1740, ZIAI Immobilien 06371 57888 30 Min. to RAB Duplex in Rieschweiler-M. higher standard, terrace, 2Balc, studio, bik, Sauna, basem finished into Partyroom w/ kitchen, electr. blinds, 2fireplace, wooden floors & tiles, Garden, Double garage. €1400 + util Tel.: 0177-7832625 AirBase: 5 min: Ramstein-M, very nice 200 sqm dpx, 4 br, 3 bath, studio, storage, gar, yard 1500,- ; Hoeheinoed: freest, 4 br house, gar, carp, fenced yard E1280,-; Herschberg: freest, beautiful new house, 2 br + open kitchen, floorh, storage, gar, yard E1250,JR Realty - reduced fee - ph: 01703159692 or jrrealtykmc@ya hoo.com Available with GP Residences: Large freestanding house south of Landstuhl, 8 BR, 3 baths, bik, liv/ din rm, fireplace, storage, yard, garage, pet friendly, €1,750. Modern Vogelbach House, 4 BR, 2 baths, bik, liv/din rm, yard, storage, garage, €1,000. New modern Reichenbach-Steegen House, 5 BR, 2.5 baths, nice bik, liv/din rm, storage, yard, €2,050. Largely reduced fees, call 0162-4131-878 or 06372-3211. Beautiful, brand new 253 sqm in Waldmohr, 5 br, studio, 3 exclusive bathr. roof patio, walk i. closets, gar E 2040,-; JR Realty - reduced fee - ph: 01703159692 or firstname.lastname@example.org Comfortable renovated old farmhouse, Dorfstr. 16, 66424 Homburg/Altbreitenfelderhof near Waldmohr 5min, 7rms BIK liv rm din rm 2bath 2balc terrace basement yard parking. €1100 + utl 0163-3505337 or MGBernd@ schlau.com Duplex 144m² with 3 bedrms, 2 bath, built-in kit, garage very close to RAB 900€ plus util. Doris Drewlow Immobilien, Tel: 063715940059 Duplex 20min to RAB, 155sqm bik din/liv rm 4BR office bath WC 3cellar rms gas&wood centr heat balcony w/BBQ garage carpk €1000 + utl 0177-8412048 Duplex Münchweiler, Gonbacherstr. 2, 180sqm, 4BR BIK, full bath, shower bath guest wc, granite flrs, floor heat, terr sm garden garage, €1250 +util +2mo dep avail 1 Oct Call 06302-609169 or 0174-3135287
Kaiserslautern American Duplex in Kollweiler (Ramstein Scholl, max. 10 min to Air Base) in a great design ~ 225 qm with garage and off-road parking, for rent with terrace and balcony as well as alot of storage space and a nice back yard. 5 bedrooms, bath (1/2;3/4;1), great big spacious kitchen (Bk) dining and living room area. The rooms are nice and spacious and all floors are tiled, with floorheat and open fire place. The house is inspected from housing office. Ready to move in. The monthly rent is 1.600,00 Euro, + utilities, deposit as well as a finder's fee. For more information or to make an appointment, don't wait call real estate Fettig Immobilien on 0172 6182 688 and have a look at your new home. We are looking forward to work with you and find you a nice and cozy home. Duplex in Ramstein with off-road parking, for rent with terrace and a fenced in back yard with a shed. Nice great neighborhood. 4bedrooms, bath (3/4;1), spacious kitchen (Bik) dining and living room area. Laundry room with storage space. The monthly rent is 1.125,00 Euro, + utilities, deposit as well as a finder's fee. For more information or to make an appointment, don't wait call real estate Fettig Immobilien on 0172 6182 688 and have a look at your new home. We are looking forward to work with you and find you a nice and cozy home. Enjoy the great view from this Bavarian style FSH, 220 m² in Niederkirchen, 20 km to Sembach, 22 km to KL, 3-4 BR, 2 Baths, BIK, Huge Liv./Din. room area w. fire place, party room w. Bar, 1 garage, pets negotiable, rent:1650.00 EUR + 30.00 EUR garage + util., avail.: now.For more info please call GI Bill Pay Service & Real Estate, Tel.:01601065196 or 06371-465407, Email:email@example.com Enjoy this breathtaking view every day in this wonderful free standing home with 6 bedrms, an eat-in kitchen, liv/diningrm, 3 bath, a fully finished basement with guest or nanny qtrs, cov balcony, patio and garden. Located about 10 min to LRMC, about 25 min to RAB and about 20 min to Vogelweh. Rent is 1850€ plus utilities. Doris Drewlow Immobilien, Tel: 06371-5940059 Erfenbach, 5 min to Vogelweh, nice renovated house, 130 sqm, 4 BDR, 2baths, 2 garages, rent 900 €, ZIAI Immobilien 06371 57888 Erfenbach: Freest. House, 270sqm, 5BR/3BA, fireplace, terrace, yard, 3 garages € 2.350,- + util 06371-943312-16, www.Ger maWild-Immobilien.de Erzenhausen freest house 210sqm 8min RAB 4BR (1BR furn) 2liv open fire pl 2BIK w/dinin area 2bath garage (2nd car poss), Amer schoolbus infront house very quiet area €1400 +util 06374-3118 or 0176-80060975 Fockenberg-Limbach (Ramsteinschool): freest. House, 285sqm, 5BR/3BA, balcony, terrace, yard, carport € 2100.- + util 06371943315-16, www.GermaWild-Im mobilien.de Horbach, 3 bm new renovated free-stand house, patio, E 900, ImmoT. 016096096498
Freest 1 FHS Rieschweiler-Mühlbach, Ulmenstraße 10, new built 260sqm 5BR 2.5baths BIK garage terr 1st occupancy floor heat €1900 +util 06336-6317 / 01717773278
Page 25 Freest FH in Hütschenhausen, Freest. house, Schmalenberg, re4rms, 1.5bath, approx 130sqm, nov, kindergarden in area, carport. €1000 + util. Tel: 0171- 200sqm, 15min Kl / Vogelw 5br, 871-7684 lrg liv-dinrm, new bik, 2bath furn, 3cellar rms, lrg balc, carport, SATKaiserslautern, 2 min to ROB, TV, €1300 +util 0172-6836244 FSH, 4 BDR, rent € 1900, ZIAI Immobilien 06371-57888 militaryingermany.com
RheinLAND-Pfalz Warrant Officer Association
Golf Tournament AnnuaL Remember September 11 DATE: 18 October, 2012 Registration: 10:00 – 10:45, Shotgun Start: 11:00 LOCATION: Woodlawn Golf Course, RAB, Germany PRIZES: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place Prizes. Closest to the Hole, Longest Drive and Multiple Drawings. ENTRANCE FEE: Woodlawn Members $50.00 / Non-Members $60.00 (per player). Four man team. Individual players welcome. Price includes green fees, cart and meal. All military ranks/services and civilians welcome to play. CHECK IN: 10:00
PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT WILL SUPPORT A SELECTED ORGANIZATION WITHIN THE KMC For additional information or to pre-register your team by e-mail contact one of the below individuals: CW4 Amos, Allan: firstname.lastname@example.org DSN: 484-8469 / Com: 0631-413-8469 CW4 Quesada, Benjamin: email@example.com DSN: 484-7974 / Com: 0631-413-7974
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FSH 130 mÂ˛ in Huetschenhausen, 3 BR, 1.5 Bath, BIK, Liv/DinRoom, Yard, Pets allowed, 1 carport, Rent: 1000 Euro + util., Avail: October 1, 2012. For more info please contact GI Bill Pay Service & Real Estate Tel.: 06371-465407 or 0160-1065196, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org FSH 160 mÂ˛, 8 km to Landstuhl, 12 km to RAB, 4 BR, 2 Bath, BIK, Liv/Din, Basement, Garage, Patio, Pets allowed, Rent: 830 Euro + util., Avail: Now. For more info please contact GI Bill Pay Service & Real Estate Tel.: 06371-465407 or 0160-1065196, Email: email@example.com House 100sqm 4rms BruchmĂźhlbach Friedhof Str. 7, (ring Friedhofstr. 5 - LLs House) BIK bath garage â‚Ź485 +util 06372-4563 House Stelzenberg 15min to Vogelweh 4,5rms BIK bath 2sep WC wintergarden av 1Nov â‚Ź780+utl 0631-44400 or 0151-50500730
FSH 230 mÂ˛ in Bolanden, 22 km to Sembach, 4 BR, 2 Bath, 2 BIK, Liv/Din-Room, In-Law-Suite, 1 Garage, Fenced yard, Pets allowed, Rent: 1600 Euro + util., Avail: October 1, 2012. For more info please contact GI Bill Pay Service & Real Estate Tel.: 06371-465407 or 0160-1065196, Email: ramstein@gi billpay.com FSH 250 mÂ˛ built in 2005 in Bexbach, 25 km to RAB, 6 BR, 2.5 Bath, BIK, Liv/Din-Room, Storage, Sauna + Relaxing-Area, GasFloor-Heating, Garage, Yard, Pets negotiable, Rent: 1890 Euro + util., Avail: Now. For more info please contact: GI Bill Pay Service & Real Estate, Tel.: 06371465407 or 0160-1065196, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org FSH 250 mÂ˛ in Kusel-Region, 10 km to BHR, 25 km to RAB, 6 BR, 3 Bath, 2 BIK, Liv/Din-Room w. fireplace, Yard, Pets allowed, Rent: 1800 Euro + util., Avail: November 1, 2012. For more info please contact: GI Bill Pay Service & Real Estate, Tel.: 06371-465407 or 0160-1065196, E-mail: ramstein@ gibillpay.com
Heritage Baptist Church Gary Craft, Pastor
4VOEBZTBUBN BNBOEQNt8FEOFTEBZTBUQN 6km north of the A6 on the B40 in Mehlingen 1IPOFtwww.heritagebaptistramstein.org
Air Force and Army Chapel Schedule Protestant Services t%BFOOFS$IBQFM Saturday Seventh-Day Adventist Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Worship service 11 a.m. Sunday Protestant Worship and Kidsâ€™ Church10:00 a.m. POC USAG-K Chaplains Office 493-4098, Civ. 0631-3406-4098, BLDG 3150 t-BOETUVIM$IBQFM Sunday Protestant Worship and Kidsâ€™ Church 11:00 a.m. POC USAG-K Chaplains Office 493-4098, Civ 0631-3406-4098 t3BNTUFJO/PSUI$IBQFM (480-6148) Contemporary Service, 11:00 a.m. Sunday t3BNTUFJO4PVUI$IBQFM (480-5753) Liturgical Services, 9 a.m. Sunday Liturgical Sunday School, 11:00 a.m. Sunday Traditional Service, 11:00 a.m. Sunday t7PHFMXFI$IBQFM (489-6859) Gospel Service, 11:00 a.m. Sunday Protestant Education Classes are available for all ages at Vogelweh, Ramstein, Landstuhl and Daenner, For more information, call 480-2499 or 489-6743.
t-BOETUVIM$IBQFM Sunday Mass 9 a.m. Daily Mass noon Mon â€“ Fri POC USAG-K Chaplains Office 493-4098, Civ 0631-3406-4098
t3BNTUFJO/PSUI$IBQFM(480-6148) Sunday Mass, 9:00 a.m. and 5 p.m. Confessions, 4 to 4:45 p.m. Sunday Daily Mass, 11:30 a.m. Mon through Fri t7PHFMXFI$IBQFM (489-6859) Confessions, 4 to 4:45 p.m. Saturday Mass, 5 p.m. Saturday t%BFOOFS$IBQFM Sunday Confessions 11:45 a.m. Sunday Mass 12:30 p.m. Daily Mass 11:45 a.m. Tue â€“ Fri POC USAG-K Chaplains Office 493-4098, Civ 0631-3406-4098
Kindsbach: Weiherstrasse 15, 180sqm 2baths 3BR BIK liv/dinrm laundryrm garage basem terrace yard no pets avail now Call 0637162710 or 0173-7972382
Miesau: 4 bedr., 2 bath, big yard, â‚Ź 1.275,-- + util., Weilerbach: 4 bedr., 2 bath, garage, fenced yard, â‚Ź 1.330,-- + util., Landstuhl: 4 bedr., 2 bath, + guest apartment â‚Ź 1.460,-- + util., I.B.u.ImmoKrickenbach: nice 3 bm duplex, bilienservice Thomas SouriĂ&#x;eaux 2 baths, garage, basement, patio, 06374 995 694 Thomas.sx@t-onli yard, E 1200, ImmoT. ne.de 016096096498 Landstuhl/Melkerei 150qm, 3 Miesenbach: freestanding 4-5 bdrm apart. w/2 room loft avail. 1 bed., 3 Â˝ bath, living-diningrm, Nov. 1 1/2 bath, 2 park places. 1 built-in-kit., patio, yard, 2 car garamo. deposit. 8 km to Ramstein, 4 ge, sauna , 2.500,-- + util km to LRMC. Quiet area surroun- www.AGRA-Immobilien.de 06371/ ded by forest. No pets, no smo- 57656 kers. â‚Ź1160 mail.com
plumto66@google Miesenbach: freestanding, 5 bedr., 3 bath, living-diningrm., Landstuhl: City house w. 190 built-in-kit., patio, yard, garage, sqm livingspace w. floorheating, 1435,-- + util www.AGRA-Immobili big living-diningroom, b.i.k, 4 be- en.de 06371/57656
drooms, 1,5 bathrooms, garage, carport a. balcony KD Baubetreuung â‚Ź1280 06371-619033 / email@example.com Landstuhl: freestanding 3 bedr., 1 Â˝ bath, living-diningrm, built-inkit., patio, yard, garage, 950,-- + util, www.agra-immobilien.de 06371/57656 Linden, 140sqm free-stand new renovated house 10 min to Vogelweh, 3 bm new bik, garage, patio, big yard, E 920, ImmoT. 016096096498
Otterberg: nice Duplex, 190qm living space, BIK, big dining and Living room with open fireplace, 5BR/2,5BA, nice Garden. Pets allowed. Rent 1400â‚Ź + util. call Kryspina at RE/Max Real Estate Center 0631/41408880 or 0176/ 61265403
Orthodox Christian Confession by appointment Divine Liturgy - Kapaun Chapel Sun, 9:00 a.m. For more information call: 489-2496
Episcopal (St. Albans) ,BQBVO$IBQFM Sun, 10:30 a.m. Korean Service 4PVUI$IBQFM Sun, 1 p.m. Unitarian Universalist Service ,BQBVO$IBQFM 2nd & 4th Sun, 1.30 p.m. (Sep through May) Wiccan /PSUI$IBQFM $POGFSFODF3PPN1st & 3rd Sat, 7 p.m. Confessional Lutheran (WELS) 4PVUI$IBQFM 2nd & 4th Sun, 4 p.m.
Nice FSH 130 mÂ˛, 20 min to RAB, Access to A62 1 km, 3 BR, 1 Bath, BIK, Liv/Din-Room, DoubleCarport, Yard, Pets negotiable, Rent: 950 Euro + carport + util., Avail: Now. For more info please contact GI Bill Pay Service & Real Estate Tel.: 06371-465407 or 0160-1065196, Email: ramstein@gi billpay.com
Nice House with 3 Bedrm., Livrm., Big Kitchen BIK, Bath, GToil., 2Balcony, 2Garagen, Big Yard, sm.Pets ok, DSL, AFN, No finders fee â‚Ź750 063847067 or Luxury big FSH, 20km to K-Town 01638150865 / michaelx-xbraun@ 180sqm, 4BR, 2bath, flr heating, web.de BIK, terrace, balc, garden, quiet area, â‚Ź1300 + util, Call Henry Nice new FSH, near Kusel, pets allowed 20 min to RAB, 10min to 0172-6634425 Baumholder, 120sqm, terrace, Middle row house in Obermohr BIK, fast DSL internet, avail now, 5km to RAB, 4BR, liv, bik, â‚Ź690 + util, Call: 0151-55833163 2.5bath, 170sqm liv space + laun- from 20:30 dry rm & basement, garage, 2balc, terrace, kids & pets very No fee! New freestanding house welcome! Av now! LL speaks Eng- 200mÂ˛ 66909 Steinbach am Glan lish. E1200 + util + 1month depo- Im Trisch 27 016096284596 or sit. Call 0171-5701320 or 06301- 06386/9979075 â‚Ź1500 37346 Oberstaufenbach Duplex, 270sqm, 7rms, 2.5bath, garage, garden, terrace. â‚Ź1870 + util Tel: 0176-70398088
t3BNTUFJO4PVUI$IBQFM.PTRVF (480-5753), Jumuâ€™ah Prayer, 1:30 p.m. For Religious Education and Daily Prayers check Prayer Schedule
Middle School Youth Group, "Plugged-In" for Landstuhl, Kaiserslautern and Sembach meets on Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Pulaski Religious Youth Center. High School Youth Group, "The Rock" meets on Sundays from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Pulaski Religious Youth Center. Dinner for Students and their Families, "CafĂŠ" meets on Sundays from from 430 to 530 Jewish Religious Services p.m. at the Pulaski Religious Youth Center. t3BNTUFJO4PVUI$IBQFM4ZOBHPHVF(480-5753), For details and other events, call Anthony Amor Shabbat Evening Service, at 0151-2411-2619 or visit Friday, 7 p.m. www.kmcyouth.com.
House in Hauptstuhl 225sqm, new renovated, with garage and off-road parking, for rent with a lot of space as well as storage space. 5 bdr, bath (1/2;3/4;1), spacious kitchen (Bik) dining and living room area. The rooms are spacious and all floors are tiled or laminate flooring. The monthly rent is 1.750,00 Euro, + utilities, deposit as well as a finder's fee. For more information or to make an appointment, don't wait call real estate Fettig Immobilien on 0172 6182 688 and have a look at your new home. We are looking forward to work with you and find you a nice an cozy home. House, near Altenglan, 5rms, 2bathrm, lrg BIK, balc, small garden, â‚Ź900, Avail 1 Sept, 01713349183 In Kaiserslautern University area but away from the traffic is this gorgeous house. It has 4-5 bedrms, walk-in closets, a beautiful built-in kit, 2.5 bath, liv/diningrm, finished basemt, 2 balconies, patio and garden. The owner prefers either a single or a couple. The rent is 1750â‚Ź plus util with gas heat. Doris Drewlow Immobilien, Tel: 06371-5940059 Kaiserslautern - Erlenbach row house, 4BR, liv/dinrm, kitchen, 2bathrms, garden, laundry, storage, terrace, garage, avail now, â‚Ź1040 incl garage 0178-8950274 Kaiserslautern 5 min to downtown, FSH, 3 BDR, 2 baths, garage, rent â‚Ź 1200, ZIAI Immobilien 06371-57888 Kaiserslautern, 5min to downtown, nice house, 270 sqm, 7 BDR, 3 baths, floorheat., fireplace, garage, yard, rent 1850 â‚Ź ZIAI Immobilien 06371-57888 Near Ramstein new house 4BR 2.5bath, bik, balc, yard 950â‚Ź 0163-5109879
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TRINITY REFORMED CHURCH (P.C.A.)
St. Alban's Military Community
HUMBLING THE SINNER, EXALTING THE SAVIOR AND PROMOTING HOLINESS
Episcopal Services HOLY EUCHARIST
Sunday School 9:30 AM â€“ Nursery Available Sundays: Corporate Worship 10:45 AM Weekdays: Menâ€™s, Womenâ€™s and Small Group Bible Studies / Prayer Meetings www.trinityreformedpca.com
Kirchenstrasse 2a, 66849 Landstuhl, Tel: 0 63 71 - 61 81 38 (across the street from European Country Living)
For more information please
call 480-6148 or 06372-3163
God prefers fruits of the Spirit to religious nuts!
Landstuhl Christian Church
Kaiserstr. 66 â€˘ 06371-62988 Sunday Worship 11 AM 5$067(,1
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Petersberg 25km to LRMC, 5rms, bik, 2.5bath, laundry rm, yard w/ park spot. E650 + util Call: 06334-1289 Ramstein 15 min, brand new FSH, 180sqm, 5 BDR, 2 baths, floorheating, rent 1500 €, ZIAI Immobilien 06371 57888 Ramstein: exclusive freestanding house, 5 bedr., 2 bath, livingdiningrm., build-in-kit., open fireplace, gallery, patio, yard, double garage, 2.500,-+ util www.AGRA-Immobilien.de 06371/ 57656 Reichenbach 310sqm, 6BR, upgraded Int E2100; Altenglan 5BR E1350;Mackenbach 4BR E1300. Call Realtor Erica, 016096697945, firstname.lastname@example.org Reuschbach (Ramstein-school): Freest house with a nice view, 6BR/1,5BA, yard, terrace, open-fire-place, 2 ccar garag, like 200sqm €1.450,- + util 06371943310, www.GermaWild-Immobi lien.de Schrollbach: duplex, 6 bedr., 2 ½ bath, living-diningrm., built-in-kit., patio, yard, garage, 1400,-- + util www.AGRA-Immobilien.de 06371/ 57656 Schwedelbach: nice duplex, 164sqm, 3 bedr., livr, diningr, bik, studio, yard, pets are allowed, €1150.- + util. Roth Immobilien 06374-994776 or 0171-1950606 Small house 2Bedr, 1.5bath, BIK, Liv-dinrm, Balcony, sml yard, garage, washer/dryer connections, close to Sembach, Daener, Kleber. Call: 06303-3966 Sunny modern house in Sembach, 3 br, 2 bath, ibk, basement, garden, carport, av.now, real estate V. Würtz €920 email@example.com / 01713435936
Kaiserslautern American Weilerbach: Big rowendhouse, 245sqm, 5BR/2,5BA, terrace, yard, carport, €1790.- + util 06371-943315-16, www.Germa Wild-Immobilien.de
Near Kusel: Dreamy House with a big yard and a wonderufull view, 170sqm, 5BR/2BA, open-fireplace, 2 garages, carport 1.350€ + util or to buy 239.000€ 06371943311-16, www.GermaWild-Im Weselberg Farmh 200sqm 10min mobilien.de LRMC 4BR 3bath LR/DR eat-in Nice home in Mehlingen. 5 minBIK, + sep 60sqm Apt, laundry ga- Sembach, 10 min-Ktown, 15 minrage quiet str 1130€ +utl 06333- RAB. 238sqm living, 1007sqm 980401 or 0170-8769601 fenced yard. 4BR, 2.5 baths.
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!!!Open House!!! 14.10.12 from 14:00-15:00, Erzenhausen, In der Klamm 20, One family home. 4BR/ 2BA, open fire place, floor heating, garage. Nice garden. Price € 305 000 Come and see your self!! RE/MAX Dreamhomes 4 U ask for Sonja Gray 06371/6129262 or 0160/ 3807277 Sonjagray@ ymail.com
!!!! 1 2 3 4 5 Beds luxury temp apts for incoming/outgoing families & TDY. Ramstein Air Base 2 mins, short walk to restaurants & shops. Beautifully furnished, 100% equipped TV, AFN, English satalite, DSL, free telephone, USA & Europe, good library & movie selection. Pets welcome. Off street parking at all locations. Call 01712679282 or email: luxuryapts09@ Wood flrs, 2 living/dining rms. yahoo, com MBR suite 1st flr, sauna in cellar. !!!! 1-2BR TLA, fully equipped, Kitchen, baths, balcony upgraded free phone, AFN, internet, large in 2006. 2 single car garages. back yard, quiet neigborhood, FSBO-no agents. €315000 pets welcome, 10 min. to RAB and Vogelweh. Call firstname.lastname@example.org 0274 Winnweiler, extraordinary house, 165m² living space, garden, gara- ***2, 3 + 4 TLA/TDY Luxury Apts ge(2 cars), spacious-open living in Landstuhl, Ramstein & K-Town. and dining area with fireplace, All Remodeled, Furnished, 100% floorheating, 3bedrooms, equipped, Cable TV, Kitchen, 1dressing room, 1,5 bathrooms, Washer, Dryer, Parking etc. Call open gallery, for sale by owner 0170-4137555 or 0172-7471366 €349000 email@example.com 100% equipped 1-2BR Apts,
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Baumholder International Worship Center Centro de Adoración Internacional Baumholder Überm Weiher 2 (GPS-Am Rauhen Biehl 2) 55774 Baumholder Tel. 06783-185-0980 Sunday Intl Worship: 11:00 hr Wednesday Prayer/Bible Study: 19:00 hr Pastors Harry & Cristina Rodriguez, Jr. Tel: (Handy/Cell) 01577-9105550 E-mail: email@example.com Sunday Worship Gatherings at 9 & 11 a.m. Keeping it real, relational and relevant
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Free internet, AFN, Phone to USA, off Road parking. 10min to RAM, Land, LRMC, Contractors also welcome. Info: 0177 1955959 or www.tlaramstein.com 3bed house, 1-3bed apts avail now.w/d, furn Internet, TV, phone, pet ok 3miRAB nbm4rent.com 01742430124/nbm4rent@hot mail.com
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Madza 626, sport edition, alloy wheels, dark windows, CD/radio, 5 speed, good condition, year 2000, new german inspection, 82,000km, + extra winter tires, 2750€, Call: 06371-8383958 MB 220 D, 1998, Station Wagon, great gas mileage - Diesel, white, automatic, cruise control, A/C, electric windows infront, tinted windows, rain sensor, removable trailer hitch, 245.000 km, German inspection good until 4/2013, accident free, 3.300 Euro OBO, Tel. 0175-7503767
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Opel Omega Caravan, 1995, 5speed, silver metallic, trailer attachment, A/C, keyless entry, allow wheels, €1520, Call 063025110 Toda K20A Valve Spring Set. Original price $400. Toda racing parts. Never used Asking $275 Ph.017622987498 / isabell_1_98@ yahoo.com Top opportunity: selling, Ford Maverick, 4 wheel drive, 150 PS, 31500km, silver metallic, XLT fully equipped, electric sunroof, A/C, never been off road, off road style packet, bought for €36,000, asking 13.750, Tel. 0152-24757642 US specs. 55K US miles. 4cyl. Exc Cond. Very nice car that runs great and gets good gas mileage with plenty of power for autobahn driving. Passed Insp $12,900,00 0152 389 741 86
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160! years old! Antique Cabinets from the "Biedermeier Time" 160 years old! 1big one (â‚Ź1500) & 1small one (â‚Ź1200) with a mirror. Call 0176-80286750 (please leave message if I don't answer)
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Gothic style, solid wood, marsh oak, length 360cm, height 180cm, depth 55cm. Location in Zweibrücken in unused livingroom without any blemish. New price 23.500DM selling for 4.800€, Call: 06337-1315 Large Antique Dark solid wood. 3 pull out draws, 3 cabinets above and below to store goods in. 7 feet tall. Price: $2900 017622987498. class-world.eu pics Le Courbusier black leather & chrome recliner chair, original, museum quality $1500 jimsohre@ya hoo.com Oak Shelf with 2 boards. Great condition! Call: 0152-05639147
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Office chair, 1 gray/green, $10 & 1 swivel, black/blue, $10; Lawn chair, wood adj. w/cushion, $5; Patio set, metal/glass, 6 chairs, umbrella, $100 jimsohre@ya hoo.com
Red leather love seat for sale. Busy professional seeks organi$70 email@example.com zed, english speaking housekeeper for bi-weekly cleaning and Small white table w/extensions, household organizing 2.5 hours, chrome legs, $10; Blue wooden twice a week for $50.00 per week. total per month. chair, $5; Black leather sofa, 2-se- $200.00 at, $100; Sofa, 3-seat, worn, grey/ firstname.lastname@example.org black fabric, $20 jimsohre@ya Driver wanted to deliver packahoo.com ges from GLS & DPD. You're required to operate a vehicle up to Solid wood (Canadian Pine) en- 3.5tons & own an I.D. Card to be tertainment unit, very good condi- able to deliver packages to the tion. Opening 29in wide X 24in KMCC area and USAG Kaiserslauhigh. OVRL: 56in l, 50in h, 20in de- tern. Working hours: Mo-Fr apep. For TV or other. $150 prox 6 hours a day; Salary E1000 email@example.com after taxes. S.E.K Transporte, Tel.: 0176-10012350 Very old cabinet for sale. Henry Registered nurses - pediatric neeII. €750 firstname.lastname@example.org ded at Ramstein AFB, Germany. ANCC certification req. - Relocation assistance available. Contact JOBS Nichol at 513-984-1800 ext.152, fax 513-984-4909, or email All ads & pics can be viewed @ email@example.com www.class-world.eu Afterschool care/homework help for 12 year old boy. Positive, upbeat and motivated a must. Top dollar for the right person. Good opportunity for high school senior or college student with flexible hours. 01717572147
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October 12, 2012
Are You Living With Sciatica Or Back Pain
...WHEN THERE IS A NON-INVASIVE, DRUGLESS SOLUTION? H
aving back and sciatic pain is a miserable – even crippling – condition.
You might not be able to play golf, work, or even sit in the car for a 30-minute drive. It’s almost impossible for anyone around you to understand how you feel. You can’t remember the last time you even had a restful night’s sleep. You may have a condition called “Sciatica” if you’re suffering from any of these annoying conditions. Sciatica is a compression of the sciatic nerve, usually by an L4 or L5 disc herniations. Nothing’s worse than feeling great mentally, but physically feeling held back from life because your back or sciatica hurts and the pain just won’t go away!
Do You Have Any of the Following! • Sharp pains in the back of the leg • Lower Back Pain • Heriated/bulging dises • Numbness or soreness in your legs • Shooting hip or thigh pain • Musele spasm, sprains & strains
Fortunately, if you are suffering from any of these problems, they may be relieved or eliminated with chiropractic adjustments.
“What’s The Chance This Will Work For Me?”
Chiropractic has been around for over a hundred years, and has been used to help everyone from tiny babies to the elderly. Even top sports star and entertainers… like Tiger Woods, Emmitt Smith, Tony Robbins, Joe Montana, Lance Armstrong, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mel Gibson.
These professional athletes have the money to hire any kind of doctors they want, yet they choose to have a chiropractor on their team. Here’s what some of the top medical researchers had to say about chiropractic…
What does this offer include? Everything I normally do in my new patient evaluation.
“Manipulation [chiropractic adjustments], with or without exercise, improved symptoms more than medical care did after both 3 and 12 months.”– British Medical Journal
• A complete neuromuscular examination.
“Chiropractor’s manipulation of the spine was more helpful than any of the following: traction, massage, biofeedback, acupuncture, injection of steroids into the spine and back corsets, and ultrasound.” -- Stanley Bigos, MD, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery This means in just a matter of weeks you could be back on the golf course, enjoying your love life, or traveling again.
Feel the Improvement – and Say “Yes” to Life Again
With my “Back Pain And Sciatica Evaluation” we’ll be able find the problem and then correct it. Think of how you’ll feel in just a few short weeks. See and feel your life change for the better. Start your body on the way to pain-free, normal living. Feel tight joints rest, relax, free up. Feel muscles tied in knots become more supple. Feel strength in your muscles increase. As you begin to see motion returning to your joints, you’re preventing and reducing chances of disability and a crippling future.
The Single Most Important Solution To Your Sciatica and Back Pain
It’s time for you to find out if chiropractic will be your sciatic and back pain solution. For 14 days only, 50€ will get you all the services I normally charge new patients 100€ for!
P.S. You've got too many dreams left undone. Too many special moments waiting to be experienced. Life is too short to let pain slow you down. Don't live another day like this. Call and schedule for your evaluation.
• An in-depth consultation about your health and well-being where I will listen…really listen…to the details of your case.
• A thorough analysis of your exam (and x-ray findings when you bring them in) so we can start mapping out your plan to being pain free. • I’ll provide answers to your questions, like… … the best nutritional information proven to help with joint problems. … which position, mattress, and pillow you should use for a good night’s rest. … the foods that can help you and which ones can make you worse. … how to exercise the right way so you aren’t making your pain worse.
Don’t Let Your Sciatica Get Worse
Tim Mick, DC, an associate professor and chair of the Department of Radiology at Northwestern Health Sciences University says… “Untreated, sciatica can lead to a loss of muscle strength and muscle size that may be irreversible. Eventually, there can be problems with gait.” Sciatica can be successfully treated. You can recover. Healthy, pain-free living should be yours. Call today and we can get started with your consultation and exam as soon as there’s an opening in the schedule. Our office is called Praxis White Chiropractic and you can find us at Bahnstrasse 104, in Landstuhl. (Between Penny Markt and German-American Healthcare Center MVZ Westpfalz). Tell the receptionist you’d like to come in for the Back Pain And Sciatica Evaluation before October 26, 2012. I look forward to helping you get rid of your pain so you can start living a healthier, more joyful life.
SINCERELY, DR. RENEE WHITE, D.C. AND ASSOCIATES
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Sunshine Pumpkin Farm Pick your own pumpkins at the Guhl family farm! Saturday & Sunday, 1-4 pm
Tractor Ride with Farm Tour 2 pm and 3.30 pm: â‚Ź 2 each Kindergarten and school tours of the farm during the week: For a minimum of 15 people (incl. 1 pumpkin/child): â‚Ź 2.50 each
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There have been reports of pets being sold from breeding facilities that are not managed at the highest professional standards. Please choose your pet carefully. Make sure you check the credentials of the people selling the pet, and get proper paperwork showing shots and/ or other proof of healthy condition. For further advice, consult your Veterinarian. 2 Love birds in a huge cage are looking for a new home. Bought it 6 months ago for over 250 Euros in. Asking for 100 Euros or please make an offer. â‚Źobo Make an offer 0176-96539677
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! ! ! ! ! Bridge cleaners - cross the bridge into a cleaner world! PCS, yardwork, trash removal and a lot more! We except VAT Forms! www.bridge-cleaners.vpweb.de 0173-3683830 !!!!!!!!!!! FM Cleaner PCSing, cleaning reg. trash hauling, painting, yard work, junk removal, delivery transport, pick up service. Guarantee to pass Landlord & Housing authorities insp 0174-5971347 !!PCS cleaning, weekly, exp. team over years INSP grtd 016091948-691 or cthompson@t-onli ne.de !!PCS Stress, we will take your PCS Cleaning stress off your hands Nicky 0176-87076932 Certified translations. Reasonable rates. Call 06374-4113 or 0179-531-0274. Clock repair & antique clock sales. Hermann Lieser, Ludwigstr. 32, Landstuhl 06371-2637
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Home & Maintenance Service. PCS, regular & carpet cleaning w/ ref., painting, repair, trash removal, bulk & yard waste 06383927372 or 0172-6693714 Michi & Maxi Service! PCS cleaning, trash hauling, painting, regular yardwork, moving, etc. 017670610963 / 0152-13740407
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Buying dictionaries all languages and foreign language guides. Call 0152-25194313 or 0160-69439449 New Challenge for Baseball / Softball Coaches!! The River Bandits Baseball and Softball Team, located in Saarbrücken (A6, 30min from KL) is looking for coaches for both teams and also players. Please contact: ste firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0171-8634083 Rock band looking for male singer. Call: 0631-991-91
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Brittany Spaniel Still Missing! Bee has been away since Aug. 24. Family and partner dog miss her. If you have seen her, please contact us. 06385-993208; email@example.com
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Warrior Center Information Specialist Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
Description/Job Summary To provide a comforting “Home Away from Home” to injured service members residing at the Medical Transient Detachment at LRMC. Position is part-time, 25 hrs/ week. Qualified candidates must have a passion for serving our soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines. Responsibilities/Duties • Support the Manager in carrying out the day-to-day operations of the USO center • Supervise and train several volunteers • Plan, coordinate and execute patient morale programs • Recruit, train, and develop volunteers • Generate documents and reports utilizing MS Word and Excel Required Qualifications • Previous related experience to include customer service, patient care, and supervising volunteers • Experience in military environment, knowledge of military community, and protocol preferred; ability to work with military leadership • Strong communication skills required • Ability to work on weekends, late evenings, and holidays Details • This position is located at the Warrior Center USO on LRMC • Preference will be given to local candidates within commuting distance to the location • Relocation assistance is not provided for this position. Please apply online at: http://www.uso.org/careers/ and click on “Search USO Careers”
Center Manager, USO Warrior Center Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Description/Job Summary: The Center Manager will manage all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the center to ensure first-class support of wounded / injured / ill service members at LRMC. Responsibilities/Duties • Provide active leadership in procurement and growth of financial and other in-kind resources necessary for center operations. • Recruit, supervise, train, develop, and recognize staff and volunteers. • Oversee the successful planning, coordination, and execution of daily morale-enhancing programs within an established budget. • Seek, develop, maintain, and improve relationships with the US military and with persons, organizations, and groups that support the center’s many programs. • Ensure that the center always remains clean, safe, welcoming, and well-maintained and that all assets are functional and up-to-date. • Prepare, review, and deliver financial, operational, and statistical reports within established deadlines. • Interact with patients and familiarize them with the center and its many offerings. Required Qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree in business or related field. • 3-5 years experience in a supervisory role. Ability to effectively manage, lead, motivate, mentor, and develop employees and volunteers. • Exceptional interpersonal and customer service skills. • Demonstrated initiative/self-motivation, attention to detail, and organizational and time management skills. • Demonstrated proficiency in written and oral communications as well as knowledge of various software programs including but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. • Willingness and ability to regularly work non-standard hours (late evenings, holidays and weekends). • Must be a strong advocate of the USO’s mission to support active duty military and their families. • Public speaking experience is preferred. • Must be able to lift and carry items weighing up to 50 pounds. • Must have USAREUR driver’s license. Details: • This position is located on Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. • Preference will be given to local candidates within commuting distance. • Relocation assistance is not provided for this position. • Resume and cover letter are required for full consideration.
Please apply online at: http://www.uso.org/careers/ and click on “Search USO Careers”
October 12, 2012
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BMW 328i Sedan - Demo BMW 328i Sedan - Demo BMW 328i Sedan - Demo BMW 328i Sedan - Demo BMW 328i Sedan - Demo BMW 328i Sedan - Demo BMW 328i xDrive Coupe - Stock BMW 328i xDrive Coupe - Demo BMW 328i xDrive Coupe - Demo BMW 328i xDrive Coupe - Demo BMW 335i Coupe - Demo BMW 335i Coupe - Stock BMW 335i Sedan - Demo BMW 335i Sedan - Demo BMW 335i Sedan - Demo BMW 335i Sedan - Demo BMW 335i Sedan - Demo
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Vermilion Red Titan Silver Space Grey Crimson Red
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38.500 39.000 38.000 35.890
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7.675 7.175 8.175 6.135
Alpine White Mineral White Deep Sea Blue Titan Silver Alpine White Imperial Blue Mineral Grey Imperial Blue
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
36.885 46.290 39.165 39.995 39.995 43.000 42.845 44.115
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7.565 9.610 7.960 7.580 7.830 7.800 7.780 8.385
Glacier Silver Sapphire Black Mojave Mineral Grey Sparkling Bronze Mojave Glacier Silver Liquid Blue Sapphire Black Liquid Blue Mineral White Titan Silver Crimson Red Sapphire Black Melbourne Red Melbourne Red Glacier Silver Melbourne Red
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42.390 42.400 42.030 42.995 43.440 42.000 44.895 38.190 44.000 39.995 41.995 46.995 38.995 47.620 46.000 48.980 46.500 46.995
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8.235 7.275 7.245 7.530 7.585 7.275 7.430 7.785 10.525 10.605 8.605 9.905 9.530 9.045 9.025 9.145 7.775 8.480
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BMW 335i Sedan - Demo BMW 528i Sedan - Demo BMW 528i Sedan - Stock BMW 528i Sedan - Demo BMW 528i Sedan - Demo
36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43
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BMW 528i Sedan - Demo BMW 528i Sedan - Demo BMW 528i Sedan - Demo BMW 535i xDrive Sedan - Demo BMW 640i Gran Coupe - Demo BMW 740Li Sedan - Demo BMW X3 35i xDrive - Demo BMW X3 xDrive 28i - Demo
44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012
BMW X3 xDrive 35i - Demo BMW X5 50i xDrive - Demo MINI Clubman - Demo MINI Clubman - Stock MINI Clubman - Demo MINI Clubman S - Demo MINI Cooper - Demo MINI Cooper - Demo MINI Cooper S - Demo MINI Cooper S - Demo MINI Countryman - Stock MINI Countryman All4 - Demo MINI Countryman S - Demo MINI Coupe - Demo MINI Coupe JCW - Demo MINI Coupe S - Demo MINI Roadster S - Demo
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Alpine White Imperial Blue Alpine White Titan Silver
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47.045 47.000 48.000 45.500
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7.430 9.900 8.925 10.375
Deep Sea Blue Space Grey Titan Silver Alpine White Dark Graphite Carbon Black Sapphire Black Deep Sea Blue
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
53.170 46.000 47.000 49.000 55.995 74.275 74.000 50.365
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10.830 10.075 9.900 9.125 10.130 10.300 14.725 5.760
Vermilion Red Deep Sea Blue Sapphire Black High Class Gray Velvet Silver White Silver White Silver Laser Blue Lightning Blue High Class Gray Laser Blue Pure Red Pure Red Crystal Silver Lightning Blue Midnight Black Lightning Blue Br. Racing Green
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47.500 48.855 64.850 29.000 26.020 28.000 27.970 26.270 22.995 28.000 26.500 26.810 32.000 29.995 26.970 37.500 29.995 32.995
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6.225 7.320 9.375 4.175 3.055 4.125 4.155 2.705 2.680 4.175 3.075 3.065 3.775 3.730 4.055 5.025 4.580 4.280
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