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Volume 36, number 40
86th CPTS closes out fiscal year by 2nd Lt. Kay Nissen 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
he 86th Comptroller Squadron closed out ﬁscal year 2012 at midnight Sept. 30 on Ramstein. The budget ofﬁce found this year’s closeout was troublefree while funding the largest wing budget in U.S. Air Forces in Europe. “The closeout was pretty quiet for us,” said 1st Lt. Lyka
Olsen, 86th CPTS Financial Analysis ﬂight commander. “This is a good thing because we didn’t have any surprises — our team leads were aware of all the projects and were able to execute. Teaming with 700th CONS, resource advisers, commanders, cost center managers and government purchase cardholders, it made the end-of-year closeout a great success.” See BUDGET, Page 8
Airmen from the 100th Security Forces Squadron, Royal Air Force Mildenhall, perform post roadside bomb attack security during Creek Defender training Sept. 25 in Baumholder. An average of 800 to 900 security forces Airmen from U.S. Air Forces in Europe and bases in the U.S. participate in this pre-deployment training.
Security forces host Creek Defender course Story and photo by Airman 1st Class Trevor Rhynes 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Photo by Markus Rauchenberger
Staff Sgt. Devin Allred from the 21st Theater Sustainment Command’s 18th Engineer Brigade, 15th Engineer Battalion treats a simulated casualty during the combat lane at U.S. Army Europe’s Expert Field Medical Badge Competition.
21st TSC Soldiers earn EFMB badge
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All seven 21st Theater Sustainment Command Soldiers who attended the Expert Field Medical Badge qualiﬁcation course Sept. 10 to 21 earned the honor of wear-
ing the Army special skill award at the testing, hosted by the 2nd Cavalry Regiment in Grafenwöhr, Germany. “The Expert Field Medical Badge is one of the toughest badges a Soldier can earn,” said Capt. Paolo Briones, force
by Staff Sgt. Michael J. Taylor 21st TSC Public Affairs
BAUMHOLDER, Germany — Defenders with the 435th Security Forces Squadron hosted a 17-day pre-deployment training course, which began at Sembach Kaserne and ended at U.S. Army Garrison Baumholder. The 435th Regional Training Center hosted security forces Airmen from around U.S. Air Forces in Europe, seven or eight classes a year and a maximum of 104 students at one time. Training consists of dismounted and mounted patrols, land navigation, range estimation, ﬁring weapons, and tactical ﬁring under stress. “Most of the students who come through are young, haven’t deployed yet and got most of their training in tech school, but once they leave here you can tell they’re more conﬁdent,” said Staff Sgt. Craig Stott, 435th Security Forces Creek Defender course instructor. “It’s difﬁcult not to have a
successful course with the best cadre in the Air Force doing the training.” Throughout training, members are critiqued by technical orders to ensure each person is following the regulations and does the job that security forces does, he said. “We practice mounted patrols to ensure everyone knows what they’re looking for when it comes to identifying improvised explosive devices, (and) suspicious individuals. We also do mounted patrols for counter-intelligence operations,” Stott said. “For dismounted patrols, members go outside the wire on foot, going on a presence patrol, where security forces members show villagers that they’re there to help. Normally, these aren’t violent, but we prepare just in case things don’t go well.” The training provides younger Airmen a chance to hone their skills before deployment, making sure they’re ready for what’s to come. “I feel ready to deploy. The cadre taught
NATO Brigade uncases colors in Sembach, Page 8
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Lessons in leadership from psychology Commentary
by Lt. Col. Robert Rottschafer 86th Medical Operations Squadron commander
Psychologist Gordon Allport has deﬁned social psychology as a discipline that uses scientiﬁc methods to “understand and explain how the thought, feeling and behavior of individuals are inﬂuenced by the actual, imagined or implied presence of other human beings.” Social psychologists then apply these ideas to a wide variety of areas, including leadership. While there are countless principles, theories and ideas that social psychologists have identiﬁed, there are a few that seem especially relevant to leadership and three that I would like to highlight. The Fundamental Attribution Error The Fundamental Attribution Error is a principle developed by a psychologist named Lee Ross. The principle basically says, when attempting to understand or explain the actions of others, people tend to give too much weight to personality factors and not enough weight to situational or contextual factors. In other words, when we don’t have information about a per-
son’s situation, we tend to explain their behavior in terms of their personality (e.g. “they’re an idiot”). For example, let’s say you’re driving down a busy street and suddenly the car next to you speeds up, cuts you off and makes a right turn into a parking lot causing you to slam on your brakes. Your reaction is most likely something like, “What a jerk,” and you may even make a certain gesture to show your displeasure. You have attributed their behavior to personality characteristics. Now, let’s say you’re driving down the street, you have two small children in the back seat who are crying, you’re rushing to get home because you have a lot to do, and you suddenly remember you need milk. If you don’t make a move now, you’ll miss the turn into the store and have to circle back around, costing precious time in rush hour trafﬁc. Even though you may realize it’s a “jerky move,” you attribute your actions to your situation, not personality characteristics (I’m not a jerk). As leaders, when we don’t know what a person’s situation is, our tendency is going to be similar; we will be quick to explain someone’s misbehavior as willful non-compliance or due
to other negative personality characteristics and will likely come down hard on him/her. However, when we know our people and take the time to see the world through their eyes, we are better able to suspend judgment and take a closer look at why they did what they did. It takes self-discipline to give someone the beneﬁt of the doubt long enough to understand the situation from their perspective. Don’t get me wrong. I am not saying that we should excuse misbehavior, rather that we need to be aware of this tendency and to make sure we have the whole picture before we determine how to respond to the situation.
Learned Helplessness In the late 1960s, Martin Seligman coined the term “learned helplessness” based on his observations during an experiment. In this study, he took a group of dogs and put them in harnesses for a period of time, then released them. For Groups 2 and 3, he also put them in harnesses, but gave them an electrical shock. The dogs in Group 2 could stop the shock by pressing a See LEADERSHIP, Page 7
Stick to the plan, Air Force Form 357 Editor’s Note. The following commander’s Action Line question was edited for accuracy, brevity and clarity.
an exercise, why would we not have them to accomplish our important mission here in the KMC?
QUESTION: I have a question regarding why the extended hours for day care, (child development centers and before and after care) were canceled. I am aware they were set in place to accommodate the exercise that was canceled for real-world events. However, the same individuals who required extended day care hours for the exercise are working extended hours to accomplish the real-world mission. I am aware of the programs in place to accommodate through Family Child Care providers, but to me, because a large population is affected the same as if it were an exercise (probably more so), it would warrant extended hours. To me, the whole reason we have an exercise is to practice for the real thing. Well, here is the real thing. If we have extended hours for
ANSWER: Thank you for sharing your concerns. We understand how expanded work demands in support of our military mission, whether an exercise or real-world, can create additional need for child care. In order to support our military families who are called to duty, there are several measures in place to ensure our Ramstein family is taken care of. In a real-world situation, families are expected to activate their Air Force Form 357, Family Care Certiﬁcation. The AF Form 357 is required for all dual- and single-military personnel, outlining family care responsibilities pertaining to the performance of military duty. The AF Form 357 is the plan for families to arrange for the care of the family so military members may be available during duty hours, exercises, unaccompanied tours, alerts,
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temporary duty, extended duty hours, permanent change of station or permanent change of assignment and similar military obligations. Arrangements for care do not include CDC or school age programs. During an exercise, the entire base population is working together to successfully demonstrate its ability to respond to real-world situations. During real-world events, the entire base population may not be actively participating to the same degree as during an exercise. Some units, squadrons or other base organizations may have greater demands placed upon them during a real-world event. In addition, an exercise takes place for a limited period of time. If a CDC or SAP were to open its doors for extended hours to a handful of families on an on-going basis, the ﬁnancial impact to the installation would be remarkable. To support those families needing care before and
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EIAMDC officially opens on Einsiedlerhof of the center is to serve as the premier education, training, war game, experimentation and exercise capability in Europe. It will support the joint and The Warrior Preparation Center allied integrated air and missile defense opened the European Integrated Air war fighter with an overarching goal of and Missile Defense Center with a enhancing U.S., NATO and coalition ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 26 on IAMD capability and interoperability. Einsiedlerhof Air Station. To effectively execute the IAMD misThe EIAMDC addresses increased sion, European senior leaders, staff offieducation and training requirements cers and IAMD systems operators will driven by a new approach to missile participate in various academics, operadefense and the emerging NATO territional training sessions, war games, distorial ballistic missile defense mission. tributed exercises, and experimentations NATO partners participated in the supported by live, virtual and construcribbon cutting, including U.S. Navy tive models and simulations. Adm. James G. Stavridis, Supreme “The initial operational capability Photo by Tech. Sgt. Tyrona Lawson Headquarters Allied Powers Europe Adm. James Stavridis (left), Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe commander, looks declaration is meant to serve as the U.S. commander, and U.S. Air Force on as Gen. Philip M. Breedlove, Allied Air Command Ramstein commander, addresses NATO contribution to support development of Gen. Philip M. Breedlove, Allied Air and senior leaders prior to the European Integrated Air and Missile Defense Center ribbon- interoperable U.S., NATO and allied air cutting ceremony Sept. 26. Command Ramstein commander. and missile defense capabilities,” said Stavridis and Breedlove shared the honor of cut“What we see today represents the U.S. contribution Alan Burke, U.S. Air Forces in Europe integrated ting the ribbon to the state-of-the-art center. to this critical mission, and we fully expect to grow it air and missile defense division chief. “The desired Stavridis said he intends for the facility to support into a true coalition center with U.S. and European end state is the establishment of a true coalition air a robust missile defense system that provides cover- nation partners working side by side,” Breedlove said. and missile defense center made up of personnel age for the entire alliance. According to the EIAMDC charter, the vision from both USAFE and European nations.” by Capt. William Russell U.S. Air Forces in Europe Public Affairs
after CDC/SAP hours, the Air Force has the Extended Duty Care program. The FCC and EDC offer free child care, open to active duty, Air National Guard, Reserves and Department of Defense civilians. They assist families in obtaining high-quality child care when weekly parental workloads, due to extended duty hours, exceed hours provided at the
CDC or SAP. It is care that is available days, nights and weekends. EDC can be used on a temporary basis for onbase, mission-related duty, extended duty days, temporary shift changes (not to exceed three days), rapid mobilization, dual/single military deployment until children are picked up by AF Form 357 designee (not to exceed three days), nonotice/short-notice TDY, if
no other family member is available, and if EDC need has been verified with supervisor. Please make note that requests to exceed the threeday time limit are sent to U.S. Air Forces in Europe in advance for approval. EDC cannot be used on a regular, recurring basis. It cannot be used to meet parents’ regular child care requirements, to provide shift-work care where shiftwork is a typical assignment,
during physical training, to provide hourly care for non-duty-related reasons, for off-duty education and employment on a recurring basis, for holidays, family days, CDC/SAP/FCC home closure, or to attend air shows or base functions. If interested in finding out more about EDC or if you’d like to enroll in the program, contact our FCC office at 478-7420/21 or 06371-406-7420/21.
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2 p.m.: A ﬂeeing the scene was reported in Landstuhl after a motorist lost control of a vehicle, hit a guard rail and departed the scene without notifying authorities. 5:55 p.m.: A major trafﬁc accident with injuries was reported in Bruchmühlbach-Miesau after the motorist lost control and was ejected from the vehicle.
11 a.m.: A major trafﬁc accident with injuries was reported in Kaiserslautern. The accident was caused due to following too closely.
5:35 a.m.: A major trafﬁc accident was reported in Reichenbach-Steegen after a vehicle lost control and slid into a ditch.
3 a.m.: A drunken driving and minor trafﬁc accident was reported in Neunkirchen after a motorist struck a guard rail. 9 a.m.: Child endangerment was reported at Sembach Elementary School after an individual left two children unsupervised in a vehicle with the engine on and doors unlocked.
3:42 a.m.: An assault was reported on Ramstein. 1:15 p.m.: An aggravated assault was reported at an unknown bar in Mannheim. 1:30 p.m.: Animal neglect was reported in
Breitnau after a dog was found locked in a basement for approximately one week without access to food or water.
9:13 a.m.: Theft from an unsecured motor vehicle was reported in Erzenhausen. 3:09 p.m.: An accident and ﬂeeing the scene was reported in Ramstein-Miesenbach. The accident was caused due to improper backing. The motorist then departed the accident scene without exchanging proper information or notifying authorities. 11:19 p.m.: A drunken driving and minor trafﬁc accident was reported in Kaiserslautern. The accident was caused due to misjudging proper clearance and level of intoxication.
9:10 a.m.: Theft from an unsecured motor vehicle was reported on Vogelweh. 1:13 p.m.: A major trafﬁc accident with injuries was reported in Wallhalben. The accident was caused due to improper passing. 1:39 p.m.: A major trafﬁc accident with injuries was reported in Bruchmühlbach-Miesau. The accident was caused due to failure to yield. 3:12 p.m.: Larceny of secured private property was reported in Idar-Oberstein.
Sept. 28 — 7 volunteers, 8 calls, 14 lives potentially saved. Sept. 29 — 17 volunteers, 6 calls, 16 lives potentially saved.
RIP Line update
The Ramstein In-Processing Line will be closed Monday in observance of Columbus Day. In preparation for this event, the RIP Line will adjust its normal two-day in-processing sessions to Tuesday and Wednesday, and Thursday and Friday. If newcomers arrive in Ramstein between Saturday and Monday, they must attend the RIP Line starting at 7 a.m. Tuesday. The RIP Line hours of operation will return to normal the follow week.
ACP set to close
On Monday, the main access control point onto Daenner Kaserne will be closed from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., and the alternate ACP will be opened. The alternate ACP is located off the Mannheimerstraße in Kaiserslautern. The main ACP will open Tuesday, before closing again Wednesday for the duration of a renovation project, which is expected to last several months.
The KMC Housing ofﬁces will be closed Monday for an American holiday.
Retiree Appreciation Day
The annual Retiree Appreciation Day will take
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Reported Larcenies SEPT. 26 » Weilerbach: Mobility gear containing chemical gear jacket, pants and over boots, white and black gloves, one Kevlar helmet, one gas mask and gas mask inserts. SEPT. 27 » Kaiserslautern: A duffle bag containing one modular sleeping bag system, one sleeping mattress, one barracks bag, one physical training uniform, one pair of physical training shoes and one set of civilian clothes. SEPT. 28 » Mackenbach: A 2003 silver/black Harley Davidson Motorcycle. » Bruchmühlbach-Miesau: One pair of silver Gucci sunglasses, one pair of red Oakley sunglasses, two Apple Macbook pros, one pair of Apple headphones, one pair of Ann Taylor sunglasses, one iPhone 4, one pair of purple skull candy headphones and one pair of ear muff headphones. » Spesbach: €780, one silver Apple iPad, one white iPod and one black HP laptop. SEPT. 30 » Erzenhausen: One Garmin Navi 270 GPS, one vehicle registration with gas card and one valet key. OCT. 1 » Vogelweh Family Housing: One black leather wallet, one Common Access Card, one U.S. Army Europe driver’s license, one Colorado driver’s license, one Service Credit Union debit card, one USAA debit card, multiple USAA credit cards, one Capitol One credit card, one Chase Star card, one Best Buy card, one COMSEC Courier card, one SIPR token, one Paypal card and $40. » Idar-Oberstein: One class ring.
place Oct. 12 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 86aw. email@example.com or call 06371-47-5486.
Nature’s Loop clean up
Volunteers are needed to help with the last clean up of Nature’s Loop, a nature trail being developed on Sembach Kaserne. All ID cardholders and their dependents are welcome to participate. All registered Scouts will be entitled to receive a specially designed Nature’s Trail patch. The next clean up day will take place from 2 to 5 p.m. Oct. 13 at the lower ball ﬁelds
between the commissary and the bowling alley. Volunteers should wear long pants and gloves. For details, call 06303-925536.
The upcoming joint community town hall and information fair will be held at 1 p.m. Oct. 17 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 members 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.
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21st TSC inducts 77th Honorary Colonel Story and photo by Mike Bowers 21st TSC Public Affairs Partnership activities with a 21st Theater Sustainment Command unit have earned a German lord mayor and German army reserve lieutenant colonel induction to the command’s Honorary Colonels’ Association during a ceremony Sept. 20 in Fritz Walter Stadium in Kaiserslautern. Norbert Bücherl, lord mayor of his hometown Freihung, Germany, was presented a plaque officially designating him as an Honorary Colonel from Maj. Gen. Aundre F. Piggee, commanding general of the 21st TSC. The Honorary Colonels’ Award is given to local community leaders who, through their personal efforts, work diligently to support the U.S. Army and 21st TSC and foster German-American relationships. Bücherl is the 77th Honorary Colonel but said he is the first inductee from the German region of Unterfranken. “It’s a great honor and distinction for me as a (lord) mayor and reserve officer of a community in the Upper Palatinate to receive this award,” said Bücherl at the ceremony organized and hosted by the 21st TSC’s Theater Logistics Support Center Europe. “And, as I learned today, I am the first inductee here in the Palatinate from the Upper Palatinate. “We are partners not only as far as the military is concerned but also as friends,” Bücherl added. “We stand shoulder-to-shoulder during deployments. Spouses and the children remain behind, alone in a foreign country. Therefore we should, and we want
to, support the families as well. And who better to do so than us Germans who are right there. That is one of the goals of our partnership to come to their aid, assist them a bit.” Bücherl, also the Germany Military Reserve Association chairman, was responsible for establishing and promoting partnership opportunities between Bundeswehr reserve soldiers and the 21st TSC’s 16th Sustainment Brigade. Activities included participation in U.S. Army Europe exercises, changes of command, as well as casing and uncasing ceremonies. He planned and coordinated a series of certification events for U.S. Soldiers to earn the German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency, arranged for a training session on a German Leopard Main Battle Tank, and conducted qualifications events for 50 U.S. Soldiers to earn the German Marksmanship Badge (Schützenschnur). In addition, Bücherl led a joint effort with the 18th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion to raise money for the German War Graves Commission and arranged a trip to Berlin where the battalion’s Soldiers met with the German War Graves Commission. “The induction to Honorary Colonel bears testimony to the high respect and appreciation shown for Mr. Bücherl’s personal efforts in improving German-American relations between the Military Reserve Association-Freihung District and the U.S. Army Europe and between the community of Freihung and the U.S. Army Garrison-Grafenwöhr,” Piggee said. “Friendship and mutual support always count and count even more in these days of transforma-
Norbert Bücherl speaks at his Honorary Colonel Association’s induction ceremony Sept. 20 at Fritz Walter Stadium in Kaiserslautern. Bücherl is the 77th inductee into the association, which is spearheaded by the 21st TSC’s Theater Logistics Support Center Europe.
tion in our command,” Piggee added. “Your support, assistance, cooperation and vital contributions are critical to our success. Your friendship makes us feel home in our local communities throughout Germany. The partnership with our host nation communities makes us stronger and richer, and we will support it now and in the future, because good friends will always remain friends.” In addition to a contingent of 21st commandlevel Soldiers, German dignitaries from politics, public administration, business, science and sports attended the event held in the home stadium of Kaiserslautern’s professional soccer team, 1. FC Kaiserslautern, or the “Red Devils.” “This is a very special day, and I am especially excited to be honored here in Kaiserslautern at this special location, the Fritz Walter Stadium — I am a soccer fan,” Bücherl said.
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DOD implements new flight cancellation policy for travelers by Army Sgt. 1st Class Tyrone C. Marshall Jr. American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — The Defense Department is working with airlines to implement a new flight cancellation policy that will affect air travel for temporary duty travelers, a Pentagon official said today. Andrea Carlock, chief of the program management branch, which serves as part of the Defense Travel Management Office, discussed the genesis of these changes and the potential impact on DOD travelers. “Effective October 1, 2012, any authorization that has airline reservations associated with it will be canceled if not approved and ticketed at
least 72 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure,” she said. “Airlines expressed to GSA, as the program manager, that many of our government travelers were making reservations and were not canceling those reservations,” Carlock said. “Because of the lack of cancellations (for) those reservations, the airlines were losing money.” Carlock said the new policy governs the time requirements for travelers and authorization officials to make and approve arrangements for flights before travel occurs. “The government employee needs to keep in mind that when you make a reservation, be it through (the Defense Travel System) or the Commercial Travel Office, you’re doing just that
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lever, which most learned to do quickly. Each dog in Group 3, however, was paired with a dog in Group 2. Every Group 3 dog also had a lever but it did not do anything, and their shock stopped only when the paired dog in Group 2 pressed its lever. To the dogs in Group 3, the shock seemed to come and go randomly. As a result of their experiences, the dogs in Group 3 learned that there was nothing that they could do to control or escape what was happening to them. Since they learned they were helpless, most stopped fighting when the shocks came and just took them. In a follow-on experiment, Seligman took the same dogs and put them in a metal box with a low partition over which they could jump to escape a shock. The dogs in Groups 1 and 2 quickly learned to jump the partition when a shock came, but most of the dogs in Group 3 stayed put and again simply took the shock even though it would have been easy to escape it. Seligman observed that the lessons these dogs had learned in the first experiment stayed and affected how they responded to the negative situation in the second experiment. As leaders, it is vitally important that we understand how past experiences will continue to affect how people feel about themselves and their careers. Sometimes, these lessons are positive and serve to motivate people to push themselves and grow. In other cases, these lessons hold people back as they have learned that nothing they do matters and fighting just makes you tired. Often, these people will also show signs of depression and have difficulty getting motivated with even simple tasks. When we see someone who does not appear to be living up to his/her potential, we must seek to understand why so that we can properly mentor, get them help when needed, and assist them in regaining their sense of control over their life and career. The Self-Fulfilling Prophesy A third concept, the self-fulfilling prophesy, suggests that people unconsciously act in ways that make what they believe or expect to happen come true. A classic experiment that illustrates this
— making (a) reservation,” she said. “If your approving official does not approve that authorization, that ticket cannot be issued. So it could impact your mission and it could increase the cost of travel.” Carlock said these changes could impact your mission. “You could get to the airport and there are no more flights available for that particular time frame,” she said. Or, it could increase costs if the original flight was booked in a lower class of service and now only a higher class is available. This could generate increased costs to the department if authorizations aren’t approved and ticketed in a timely manner. Carlock explained requirements for short notice travel that service mem-
bers and their authorization officials should be aware of. “If you’re going TDY on shortnotice travel, and you’re traveling within 72 hours of your flight departure time, you need to ensure that your (authorizing official) improves that authorization and (it is) ticketed,” she said. “If they do not approve it within 24 hours of creation, the reservation will be canceled.” For travel departing within 24 hours, she said, individuals need to ensure that they get their authorizations approved and ticketed six hours prior to scheduled flight departure time to prevent cancellation. To read the full story, go online and visit www.ramstein.af.mil or www. kaiserslauternamerican.com.
was performed by Robert Rosenthal and Lenore ute very little other than what is required. However, Jacobson in the late 1960s. At the beginning of the if you believe and treat each person as one who school year, these researchers randomly selected a has tremendous potential, you will unconsciously few children in an elementary school class and told respond to them in ways that will push them to fulthe teacher that these children would be the class’s fill that potential. Even if this is not possible because top performers because they were much smarter of past experience with the person, being aware of than the others. In reality, the children were all about the tendency to give people we like or expect great equal in their abilities. By the end of the school year, things from extra positive attention will help leaders the selected students actually were consistently per- treat all their folks more fairly and in a manner most forming at a level higher than the other students. likely to draw out the best. The researchers concluded and followon research showed that the higher performance was the result of unconscious actions and attitudes that the teacher showed toward the students she believed We de esign you ur dreaam piiece e with yo ou at greaat rates!! were smarter. The self-fulfilling prophesy is so strong that even the top researchers must take steps to control it when they are designing studies. One of the best, most objective research models is called the randomized, double-blind model. This model puts degrees of separation between the researcher and the people who are collecting the data so that the researcher’s expected or desired outcome does not unintentionally influence the outcomes of the study. As leaders, we often quickly develop impressions of and attitudes toward those we lead. Many times, these impres Uniquue hand dmad de je ewe elrry sions are based on information that may Inndiviiduaal designns and colo ors have little or no relevance to the person’s First classs quaality diam mond ds in any shaape e abilities in the work center (e.g. athletic ability or looks), or come from others trying to unfairly influence the leader’s perception of the member. In fact, in the book “Sway,” brothers Ori and Rom Brafman discuss the many Qualiity + Se ervicce + Co onfidennce random and extremely subtle things that unconsciously influence our opinions and actions. The lesson is that people Stephanie Berberich will live up to a leader’s expectation of W a tc c h es & hannd-m made Je ewelry them. Schneiderstraße 13, 67655 Kaiserslautern If you believe that a particular person Ph.: 0631-414 06 54, Fax: 0631-414 06 53 will be a poor performer in your organiVat Forms accepted zation, it is likely that they will contrib-
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US Army NATO Brigade uncases colors in Sembach by Sgt. 1st Class John S. Wollaston U.S. Army NATO Brigade Public Affairs The U.S. Army NATO Brigade completed its transition from Tompkins Barracks in Schwetzingen to its new home at Sembach with a colors uncasing ceremony outside of the new brigade headquarters. Maj. Gen. James C. Boozer, commanding general of U.S. Army NATO, 21st Theater Sustainment Command’s Maj. Gen. Aundre F. Piggee and a host of commanders and senior NCOs from the growing list of units moving to Sembach watched as the colors for the NATO Brigade were uncased for the first time since July, when the unit officially began its move to the KMC. “Almost two months ago we cased the brigade colors and said farewell to the city of Schwetzingen and Tompkins Barracks,” said U.S. Army NATO Brigade Commander Col. Robert S. Larsen. “Although that casing ceremony closed one chapter in this brigade’s history, today we
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us well here, refreshing the basics and teaching us more detailed techniques for when we go downrange,” said Airman 1st Class Cole Truex, deploying from Royal Air Force Mildenhall. “You never know what’s going to happen when you go outside the wire, but now I feel prepared for if things go badly.” After the training, Airmen take certain things back with them. For one Airman, it was the technology that security forces Airmen have available to them now. “The thing that will stick with me when I head downrange is the technology that we have — things that reduce casualties and make our jobs easier,” said Senior Airman Pedro Sanchez, also deploying from RAF Mildenhall. “It’s amazing the technology the Air Force is providing the security forces Airmen.”
Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Randall Jackson
Staff Sgt. Latarpha Miles (left) and Staff Sgt. Tracey Yon uncase the U.S. Army NATO Brigade colors during a ceremony outside brigade headquarters on Sembach Kaserne. The ceremony marks the completion of the brigade’s move to the KMC.
open a new chapter and begin what I know will be a long and fulfilling relationship with the Sembach community.” Larsen thanked the Soldiers and civilians of the brigade for their hard work in completing the move while maintaining unit operations for a brigade that stretches across two continents and 37 locations in 14 countries. “Today’s ceremony marks the culmination of countless hours of
hard work and effort by our Soldiers and civilians,” Larsen said. “This would be no small task for any unit and I’m extremely proud of what they have accomplished.” Larsen also thanked the family members for their patience while the transition was going on. “Any time you move from one home to another it’s a family event. Thank you for your help in making this move to Sembach go as smoothly as it did.”
National Disability Employment Month kicks off at Pentagon by Staff Sgt. Amanda Dick Air Force Public Affairs Agency WASHINGTON — The Headquarters Air Force Disability Resource Group kicked off National Disability Employment Month with an information fair here Monday to educate Air Force members and managers about Disability Employment and Accommodations. “The purpose of today’s event is really to raise the profile here in the Pentagon of employees with disabilities, demonstrate all the different positions we’re holding and demonstrate a lot of the skills we have,” said Dr. Robert Rudney, first co-chair for the DRG. “So, we’re here to advertise the capabilities of people with disabilities and their readiness to work. A lot of this information doesn’t come out very easily, so we decided it would be great to have an information dissemination effort. Spread the word.” The event featured representatives from the DRG, Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program, Air Force and Department of Defense Equal Opportunity Offices, and the Pentagon Computer/ Electronic Accommodations Program Technology Evaluation Center. A main focus of the information fair centered on accommodations for disabled people in the work place. Centrally funded through the Department of Defense, CAPTEC provides technologies for disabled employees to federal agencies and wounded
service members. “We can provide the technology free of charge to the agency. It would be the property of the agency for the individual’s use,” said Erin Sanderson, Pentagon CAPTEC coordinator. “So, depending on if they have vision, dexterity, hearing, cognitive or communication disabilities, we can provide the technology they would need to access the computer environment.” The event also highlighted information for Air Force families who have children with disabilities. “I’m here today to be able to inform families who have special needs about the resources and information they can get from the EFMP family support program,” said Diana Caicedo, EFMP family support specialist. “There are various programs, especially for those families who have transitioning students looking to go into the workplace. There’s vocational rehabilitation and agencies that help with the transition for those with special needs to get out in the work force and be successful employees.” Originally the “National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week,” Congress established October as National Disability Employment Month in 1988. For more information, visit www.dol.gov/odep/ topics/ndeam. Families can visit their local EFMP office for more information on services provided.
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The 86th CPTS provides budget and accounting support to three wings and 75 geographically separated units and funds more than 200 projects. All projects met the fiscal year goals to protect readiness, reduce overhead costs and apply improvement to force structure and modernization. “We’ve funded the dormitory project for $4.3 million that will improve the quality of life for our Airmen,” said Sarah Bertolucci, civil engineering analysis team lead. As the Air Force looks to fiscal year 2013, the president has signed the FY13 Continuing Resolution (CR), which funds the government for a six month period. The president’s budget requests balances across all mission areas while retaining Air Force core capabilities. Specifically, Air Force finance seeks to rebalance force structure, preserve readiness, modernize the next generation, maximize constrained resources, and protect core support programs. “Ultimately, with fiscal constraints that we are about to face, 86th CPTS will ensure that the mission of the 86th AW, 435th AGOW and 40 tenant units are properly financed while upholding our responsibility to America’s taxpayers,” Olsen said. For more information on financial management in the Air Force, visit www.saffm.hq.af.mil.
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Time remains for absentee voting by Karen Parrish American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — Absentee Voting Week is a reminder that it’s still possible for eligible U.S. voters overseas to register and to vote, the acting director of the department’s Federal Voting Assistance Program said today. “It’s not too late to vote,” said Pamela S. Mitchell to reporters during a telephone news conference. Mitchell said that during Absentee Voting Week, which ended Thursday, FVAP’s staff encourages all service members, spouses, voting-age family members and overseas civilians who haven’t already done so to visit the program’s website at www.fvap. gov to register to vote and request an absentee ballot. “It’s important to note that military voters and their families can certainly participate in this election,” Mitchell said. “It’s not too late to vote.” Registration and ballot deadlines vary by state, she said. “We encourage everyone to double-check those state-specific deadlines,” Mitchell said. “However, in no case is there a deadline any longer than 30 days prior to the (Nov. 6) election to register. So, again, there is still time to register and to request a ballot.” As a backup, she said, voters may submit a federal write-in absentee ballot any time after they submit a federal postcard application to register. More than 600,000 of the postcard applications have been downloaded from the FVAP site, she said. “You can use this write-in ballot as long as you
follow the state deadlines,” Mitchell said. Those who need help can visit one of more than 220 voting assistance offices at installations around the globe, she said, or can speak to one of thousands of unit assistance officers in place to help military voters. Absentee voters, including those deployed or at sea, also can contact their state board of elections directly, visit the FVAP site or call 800-438VOTE(8683), Mitchell said.
Registering to vote is “very expeditious and very easy” through the FVAP website, Mitchell said. The program staff will continue to provide assistance to overseas voters through the end of the election season. As a 25-year Army veteran, Mitchell said she’s “very aware how important it is to be able to exercise your right to vote when you’re away from home. I’m confident that voting assistance is the best it has ever been.”
OSI introduces new smartphone anonymous tip line QUANTICO, Va. — The Air Force Office of Special Investigations has opened its first anonymous tip line that allows submissions from the Internet, via SMS (texting) or using a smartphone application. The application was created in order to capitalize on cyberspace and engage the Air Force community more effectively, officials said.
“This tool will allow anyone to provide OSI with completely anonymous tips on everything from illegal drugs, theft and terrorist activities to potential insider threats,” said Special Agent Daron Hartvigsen, OSI Cyber Investigations and Operations. “Even better, the online and app versions allow individuals to send in photos.” The application also allows for
agents to request more information from the concerned tipster without jeopardizing the tipster’s anonymity. All three avenues allow the tipster to check on the results of their tips. The direct link to the anonymous Internet tip line is www.tipsubmit. com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=1111. Individuals can find the app in both the Android and Apple store
as TipSubmit Mobile. They can also send in tips by texting “AFOSI” and their tip to 274637 (CRIMES). To download a trifold with detailed instructions on the program, visit www.osi.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-121001-036.pdf. (Courtesy of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations Public Affairs Office)
773rd CST builds partnerships during NATO disaster response exercise Story and photo by Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Chlosta 7th CSC Public Affairs TBILISI, Georgia — The 7th Civil Support Command’s 773rd Civil Support Team participated in the annual NATO Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre partnership foreign consequence management exercise Sept. 22 to 28, held at the Georgian Army’s National
Training Site, here. “Georgia 2012 is an exercise to respond to a simulated earthquake situation here,” said Guenter Bretschneider, director of the EADRCC. The exercise tested the nations’ FCM capabilities to see how they would respond to a real-world disaster in Europe and the Caucasus region. “We’re the only OCONUSbased civil support team in
the Army inventory,” said Capt. Jason Zdunich, 773rd CST operations officer. “The 773rd CST has a two-theater region of responsibility, AFRICOM (Africa Command) and EUCOM (European Command).” “We never know when a call for help may come or where it will come from,” Zdunich said. “If there is a large-scale incident in any country in Europe or AFRICOM, we have to be able to move from
point A to point B, and this exercise is the first time that we’ve actually done it by air. So it’s a great learning experience for us.” Lt. Col. Leslie Dillard, 773rd CST commander, said, “(This) is a great opportunity for us. This is the first time a (U.S.) unit has been able to do this exercise.” Georgia 2012 was also an opportunity for the EADRCC to teach international FCM and CBRN standards to the
participating teams. The variety of scenarios the international teams responded to included: derailment of a railway car, collapsed buildings, chemical spills, radiological substance release as well as a damaged oil pipeline. “There’s one very important aspect, which is the training and the use of internationally agreed stanSee EXERCISE, Page 16
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Photo by Senior Airman Caitlin O’Neil-McKeown
Ready to fly Aircraft park on the Ramstein flightline Sept. 24. Ramstein Air Base has one of the busiest runways in U.S. Air Forces in Europe with an estimated 1,000 takeoffs in 2011.
Photo by Spc. Iesha Howard
Photo by Senior Airman Caitlin O’Neil-McKeown
Capt. Eunice Sorrell, commander of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 21st Theater Sustainment Command, welcomes Melissa Rivera, the new Family Readiness Group leader for HHC’s FRG, Sept. 27 on Panzer Kaserne.
Airman 1st Class Adrian Nunez, 86th Logistics Readiness Squadron individual equipment technicianwq , stacks and secures baggage to a pallet Sept. 20 on Ramstein. The 86th Installation Deployment Readiness Center processes an average of 50 Airmen per week.
Rain or shine — CFC 5K kickoff Airmen and warriors from Team Ramstein rehydrate and refresh after the Combined Federal Campaign 5K kickoff Thursday on Ramstein. The CFC is an annual fundraising drive that allows federal civilian, military and postal employees to donate money to more than 2,500 charitable organizations.
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health protection ofﬁcer for the 21st TSC. “With its highly coveted status, truly the ‘cream of the crop’ are the ones who earn the right to wear the EFMB.” More than 250 U.S. Army Europe medics, including 18 multinational participants from Slovenia, U.K., Germany, Estonia and Italy, competed in the 11-day challenge. The EFMB is a U.S. Army decoration ﬁrst created on June 18, 1965. This badge is the noncombat equivalent of the Combat Medical Badge and is awarded to foreign and U.S. military medics who successfully complete a set of qualiﬁcation tests, including both written and simulated combat environment performance. “The hardest part for me, and I think everyone who participated as well, was the medical lanes,” said Spc. Natallia Prudnikava, a medic with the 615th Military Police company, 18th Military Police Brigade. “I think
Kaiserslautern American it’s because all the medical tasks have lots of details that we had to perform step-by-step in sequence in order to get a go on that task, and there were 14 tasks all in one lane. “I think it was a really good experience and I feel I accomplished a lot and also learned a lot while trying to obtain this badge,” Prudnikava continued. To qualify for EFMB testing, multinational participants must meet U.S. Army weapons qualiﬁcation standards and pass an Army physical ﬁtness test. During EFMB testing, all participants demonstrate their proﬁciency at tactical combat casualty care and standard and non-standard evacuation operations. They also perform U.S. Army warrior, communications and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high-yield explosives tasks, perform day and night land navigation, and complete a 12-mile road march. Lt. Gen. Mark P. Hertling, USAREUR commanding general,
observed some of the lane testing and described the difﬁculty of changes that have been made to the competition and the diversity among the Soldiers participating. “Over the last couple years, we have steadily improved the requirements for EFMB, and the medical community has changed some of the testing — it’s a whole lot harder than it’s ever been before,” Hertling said. “You’re not only seeing Germans, Slovenians, Poles and Estonians, but you’re also seeing some corpsmen from the Navy, as well as a couple of Air Force guys.” The very badge these medics strive so hard for contains a depiction of a stretcher placed horizontally behind a caduceus (staff used as an emblem of the medical profession and as the insignia of the U.S. Army Medical Corps) with a cross of the Geneva Convention at the junction of the wings. “This year, seven more of our ﬁnest 21st TSC Soldiers proudly wear this on their chest,” Briones said.
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Photo by Markus Rauchenberger
Spc. Natallia Prudnikava, a member of the 21st Theater Sustainment Command’s 18th Engineer Brigade, 615th Military Police Company, emerges from the smoke after clearing an obstacle in a testing lane during the Expert Field Medical Badge standardization phase Sept. 13 in Grafenwöhr, Germany.
21st TSC hosts Amnesty Day
Photo by Ignacio “Iggy” Rubalcava
Baumholder observes Hispanic American Heritage Month A Hispanic fashion show, presented by children and adults from the Baumholder community, was one of the highlights of Baumholder’s Hispanic American Heritage Month celebration Sept. 28 at the Heart of the Rock Dining Facility on Smith Barracks. The day’s program also included an inspirational presentation by Col. Francisco Ruiz, Baumholder Dental Clinic commander, about what it means to be Hispanic and of the great importance Hispanics place on family values. There were also rhythmic Hispanic dance performances by Inessa Leskoval and Mark Word. The afternoon was rounded off with free Mexican food courtesy of the Mexican Cantina in Einsiedlerhof.
he 21st Theater Sustainment Command has scheduled an Amnesty Day to allow individuals to turn in abandoned or unauthorized ammunition and explosives from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Theater Logistics Support Center-Europe Ammunition Supply Point 9 at the Miesau Army Depot. Abandoned or unauthorized ammunition and explosives come from a variety of sources, including training ranges, souvenirs from peacekeeping missions and military artifacts. The possessor could face disciplinary action, if found in possession of these items. The amnesty program provides a means of turning in such items with no repercussions or disciplinary action, while remaining anonymous. The program, however, is not intended to circumvent normal ammunition turn-in procedures. Those turning in unauthorized ammunition and explosives during Amnesty Day need to notify the guard at the turn-in point of the presence of amnesty items. The guard will provide escort to and from the turn-in point. For more information on the amnesty program and the 21st TSC Amnesty Day, call 481-3516/3664 or 06372-842-3516/3664. (Courtesy of 21st Theater Sustainment Command Public Affairs)
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786th CES prepares base for winter make sure the right amount of water is flowing through the pipes, which then gets heated up and provides comfort to those inside the Members of the 786th Civil Engineer buildings.” Squadron heat shop are ensuring memDuring a check, there could be any bers of Team Ramstein have heat this kind of discrepancy from a broken pipe or winter by performing checks on the heatpump, to an error in a control panel that ing systems of various buildings. has to be fixed. The 786th CES heat shop is respon“In this mechanical room there was a sible for making sure the more than 300 blown fuse, so the pump wasn’t workheating systems on base are functioning ing,” Brooks said. “We traced the probproperly. lem back to the control panel and worked “We start our checks months in advance on the wiring there to fix the blown fuse. with buildings labeled ‘critical’ by our We also check the pumps to make sure commander,” said Klaus Sinoteh, 786th that we get the proper water flow to the CES heating, ventilation and air conbuilding.” ditioning technician. “So we start with Senior Airman Casey Claveau, 786th Civil Engineer Squadron heating, ventilation and air These are routine checks done every schools, housing and dormitories, then we conditioning technician, performs a routine inspection on a panel that controls the water year to maintain the quality of life here, flow for heaters Monday on Ramstein. move onto the rest of the base.” Brooks said. Members of the heat shop perform checks on the proper voltage to control the water flow and by “I wouldn’t have any other job in the Air Force,” multiple different things in heating rooms. making sure there’s enough heat flowing into the he said. “We contribute to the mission by ensuring “We provide heat for everyone on base by doing building,” Said Senior Airman Richard Brooks, other Airmen are comfortable, thus letting them things like ensuring the water pumps are getting 786th CES HVAC technician. “We also check to focus on what they’re doing.” Story and photo by Airman 1st Class Trevor Rhynes 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
How does heat work in the KMC? Temperatures are falling and winter is on its way. So, when will the heat be turned on, and how does it work? Most of the buildings here in the KMC, including housing, are connected to central hot water heating plants. These plants produce hot water and distribute it to our buildings to provide heat through radiators. During the summer months, so little heat is needed that most of the system is deactivated. Once the temperatures drop to 55 F for five consecutive days and forecasts indicate that the average temperature for the next five days will stabilize below 55 F, the heat is reactivated. This is based on review of the weather data for the past seven years. In the KMC, the heating season is typically from October to May. What do I do if the centralized heat is not currently activated? First, conserve the heat you have already. Close the windows and window coverings at night to reduce heat loss. Close the doors to rooms you seldom use to help keep heat in the rooms you do use. Second, take advantage of natural heating. Open drapes and rollladens during the day so the sun can
Set the right temperature!
warm the inside of the room, just like the sun warms the inside of your car. If it is warmer outside than inside, open the windows to allow the warm outside air into the room. Close the windows in the evening when the outside temperatures begin to drop. Also, dress appropriately for the season. Layering is the best way to ensure your comfort throughout the day.
Once the heat is activated, how do I set the temperature? Your radiator control will look similar to the one pictured below. These controls are very different from the thermostats we see in the U.S. This radiator control is both the thermostat and the valve that controls the amount of hot water flowing through the radiator (thermostatic control valve). For the control to work properly, it must be surrounded by free circulating air. Do not cover it with clothes, curtains or furniture. Below is a chart that explains what the numbers and symbols mean. Cut it out and tape it up some place for future reference. Note: radiators do not provide instant heat. Hot water must pass through the radiator before the heat from the radiator is transferred to the room. Set the thermostat and allow time for the tem-
perature of the room to come up before making any more adjustments. Radiators are usually located below windows, which is normally the coldest part of the room. A setting of “3” should provide comfortable heat for the entire room. All too often, radiators are being constantly adjusted and then windows opened when it gets too hot. This is a huge waste of energy and money. Last year, the KMC’s heating bill alone was nearly $22 million. By following these simple steps, you will ensure the comfort of your home and workplace, while saving energy and helping to lower that bill. Let’s all work together to be good stewards of our resources. The thermostat/radiator combination is a simple and reliable system with few moving parts to malfunction. However, if the control valve malfunctions there will be either no heat or too much heat. Occasionally, air gets trapped inside the radiator and needs to be removed. Indications that air is trapped inside are knocking or gurgling noises or a radiator that only feels hot to the touch on one half. For assistance with any of these difficulties, call CE Customer Service at 489-6623 or 489-7703. (Courtesy of 86th Civil Engineer Squadron)
“Off ” setting. Use this setting in the summer when leaving for an extended period of time or in unoccupied rooms. The thermostat has a built-in safety device to avoid freezing.
Low setting. Use this setting when you leave work in the evening.
Medium – Low setting. Recommended for sleeping.
Medium setting. Start here and adjust to a comfortable level depending on the outside temperature.
Medium – High setting. Not recommended for office spaces.
High setting. Too hot – don’t waste energy!
Winter safety tips Winter weather can be tiring! As the seasons change and fall begins, our days become shorter and most of us will be traveling to and from work during hours of darkness. Reduced visibility and slippery roads caused by rain or fog will soon become normal day-to-day trafﬁc hazards to be mindful of. As a vehicle operator, you have a responsibility to identify and avoid hazardous situations, many of which can be avoided by taking simple precautions. Preparing your vehicle for the upcoming inclement weather in Germany is essential, especially when temperatures are near freezing. Having proper winter or all-weather tires, serviceable wiper blades, and ice scrapers can alleviate an unfortunate situation. In November 2010, Germany tightened the law on winter tires. Speciﬁcally, M+S-Reifen, mud-and-snow tires that have an ofﬁcial M+S (Matsch und Schnee) marking on them, are required from October through Easter. All-year or all-weather M+S tires are also acceptable. Additionally, U.S. Army Europe Ofﬁce of the Provost Marshal ofﬁcials now state that motor vehicles, including motorcycles and four-wheeldrive vehicles, must have clearly marked winter or all-season tires when there is black ice, snow, slush, ice or frost on German roads. The German automobile club, ADAC, recommends going a step further and getting tires with the “three-peak-mountain” seal, which is an indication of snow tires that meet the highest standards. Also, though German trafﬁc regulations require a minimum snow tire tread depth of 1.6 mm, ADAC recommends 4.0 mm. The bottom line is that, if the police catch you driving in winter conditions without M+S tires, you’ll have to pay a €40 ﬁne plus a point against you in the central register of all trafﬁc violations in Germany. If you are involved in an accident or you
block trafﬁc in icy conditions without M+S tires, the ﬁne increases to €80 and a point against you in the Flensburg central trafﬁc offense register. It’s better to be seen than hurt Pedestrians also have trafﬁc safety responsibilities. Many units conduct scheduled PT immediately prior to and following normal duty hours. These activities may include jogging or walking along roadways and intersections. According to the trafﬁc safety instruction, while jogging or running on roadways at night or in inclement weather (e.g., fog, rain, sleet, snow), personnel will wear clothing containing retro-reﬂective properties or retro-reﬂective accessories visible from the front and back. This means that, if you are wearing personal ﬁtness gear, you should be wearing a reﬂective belt or vest. Air Force PT gear qualiﬁes, but be aware that if you are wearing PT gear that’s years old, the reﬂective properties have likely diminished and they should be replaced. Finally, headphone use on all roadways and sidewalks on base is prohibited. It is permitted in designated areas that include the northwest portion of the Hercules Trail, the Rails to Trails track east of Lawn Avenue, and the ﬁtness area adjacent to the South Side Fitness Center. Also, headphone use off-base is prohibited when running, jogging, walking, skating or bicycling on roadways or trails that are subject to any type of vehicle trafﬁc. Wearing reﬂective clothing and restricting your headphone use when exposed to trafﬁc environments in the streets or parking lots, and especially during hours of darkness and reduced visibility, will ensure you are practicing sound safety principles. (Courtesy of the 86th Airlift Wing Safety Ofﬁce)
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Baumholder AAFES adjusts operating hours Baumholder Clothing Sales supervisor Dieter Lippe is ready to help customers at the store’s new location next to Burger King. Clothing Sales is one of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service facilities on Baumholder that will adjust its hours of operation beginning Oct. 15. Ongoing transformation activities have created a reduced customer base on Baumholder, particularly on weekends, therefore AAFES will adjust is customer service hours to better serve the community. The following changes will take effect starting Oct. 15: Military Clothing Sales will be closed Saturdays and open from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. The Car Care Center will be closed Saturdays and open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Taco Bell will be closed Sundays. Burger King will change its Sunday hours and will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Alteration Shop will change its hours and will be open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. The car rental facility will be closed Saturdays. The Barber Shops’ new Saturday hours will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Additionally, the main Post Exchange is now closed Sundays.
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Commissary Rewards Card now available at Ramstein Commissary FORT LEE, Va. — The Commissary Rewards Card is now available in the Ramstein Commissary. This card allows customers to access digital coupons online and redeem them in any commissary by scanning the card at checkout. “We’re very excited about this new initiative,” said Defense Commissary Agency Director and CEO Joseph H. Jeu. “These cards allow our customers to reduce the number of paper coupons they have to clip and carry. That saves our customers time, effort and money.” The cards, available only from a commissary, are easy to use. As an introductory offer, customers who pick up their card by Oct. 24 receive preloaded digital coupons that can be used immediately in the commissary, even before the card is registered. To register their card and add more digital coupons, customers visit the commissary website at www.commissaries.com/ rewards/index.cfm. Once a card is registered, customers can print a list of their digital coupons to carry with them to the commissary to help keep track of their savings. New digital coupon offers are typically posted online every two to three weeks. Customers who register their card by Oct. 24 can enter the 2012 Commissary Rewards Card Home for the Holidays Sweepstakes, sponsored by Dr Pepper Snapple Group for a chance to win round-trip airline tickets for four to anywhere in the states, lodging in a hotel room that accommodates four for six days and ﬁve nights, and $1,000 spending money. The sweepstakes entry form appears at the end of the registration process online. Just like their paper counterparts, digital coupons have expiration dates and other terms and conditions that must be followed for redemption. However, Commissary Rewards Card digital coupons will not be accepted in commissaries overseas for up to six months after expiration, as paper coupons are. This is because the coupons are distributed digitally and instantly available to all customers worldwide. Once a coupon expires, it will disappear from the customer’s account. DeCA’s coupon policy limits coupons to one per purchase, so these digital coupons cannot be combined with manufacturer coupons, including paper coupons and military or commissary coupons. Future enhancements to the card are expected to enable DeCA’s industry partners to target savings based on the customer’s speciﬁc usage, alert patrons to available sales promotions at their local stores and reward consistent shoppers with speciﬁc incentives. “Digital couponing is the ﬁrst of many innovative programs that are part of our Commissary 2020 vision to deliver a 21st century beneﬁt,” Jeu said. “We are always working with our industry partners to negotiate the lowest possible prices and identify new ways for our customers to save even more.” For more information on this card, visit www. commissaries.com/faq and click on “Commissary Rewards Card.” Help is also available through the customer service hotline at 855-829-6219 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Courtesy of Defense Commissary Agency)
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month by Capt. Shamana Stevens 86th Medical Group
very three minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer in the U.S. and every 13 minutes, a life is lost to this disease. In fact, one out of every eight American women will be affected by breast cancer in their lifetime. More than 240,000 patients a year are diagnosed with breast cancer, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention esti-
mates that there will be 40,600 breast cancer deaths next year, 400 of which will be men. African-American women experience higher death rates from breast cancer than any other racial or ethnic group. The statistics are startling, which is why we take the time to acknowledging this important annual health observance. What is breast cancer and how does it happen? Breast cancer is an uncontrolled growth of breast cells. It is caused by a genetic
abnormality or a “mistake” in the genetic material. Ninety percent of these abnormalities happen as a result of the aging process. Only 5 to 10 percent are due to an inherited gene from a mother or father. No one really knows for certain why some women develop breast cancer and others do not, but research has identified factors that increase the probability of developing the disease. Risk factors • Being a woman 40 years of age and older
• Family history — If a mother, sister or daughter has developed breast cancer before menopause, you are three times more likely to develop the disease. If two or more close relatives (cousins, aunts, grandmothers) have had breast cancer, you are at increased risk. However, of diagnosed cases, 70 percent of women do not have a family history. • Personal History — If you have already had breast cancer or benign breast disease, you are at increased risk of breast cancer. Menstruation before age 12, consumption of birth control pills, having children at age 30 or older, menopause at age 55 or older and hormone replacement therapy also will elevate risk level. Higher estrogen levels are strongly linked with susceptibility to breast cancer. • Lifestyle — There is a higher proportion of breast cancer among obese women. According to the American College of Physicians, women who eat a diet high in transfat are more likely to have breast cancer. Consuming two alcoholic beverages per day can have up to a 40 percent increase in your chances of developing breast cancer. How to reduce your risk. A healthy lifestyle goes a long way in helping reduce your cancer risk. Research shows there is more breast cancer cases in overweight and obese women than in women who are not. So, losing weight or maintaining a healthy weight is one of the first steps to take at lowering your risk. This can be achieved by eating a vari-
ety of nutritious, unprocessed food and exercising most days of the week. Limit the amount of alcoholic beverages. One 5-ounce glass of wine can have up to 140 calories. Women who breast-feed typically have lower rates of breast cancer. So if you are able, breast-feed newborns. Early Detection • Ask your provider which screening tests are right for you if you are at higher risk • Have a a mammogram every year starting at age 40 if you are at average risk • Have a clinical breast exam at least every three years starting at age 20 and every year starting at age 40 • Know what is normal for your breast tissue. Notify your provider if you notice any of the following changes: lumps; hard knots or thickening inside the breast or underarm area; swelling, warmth, redness or darkening of the breast; changes in the size or shape of the breast; dimpling or puckering of the skin; itchy, scaly sores or rashes on the nipple; pulling in of your nipple or other parts of the breast; nipple discharge that starts suddenly; new pain in one spot that doesn’t go away. For breast cancer, early detection is the best protection. If you are a woman over the age of 40 and you don’t have any of the breast changes listed above, breast surgeries, a personal or family history of breast cancer, and are not pregnant or breast-feeding, you can call the Landstuhl Radiology Department at 06371-86-7367 or 06371-868155 to schedule a mammogram.
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18th MPs strengthen partnership with NATO allies by Staff Sgt. Tramel S. Garrett 18th MP Brigade Public Affairs WALCZ, Poland — Soldiers from the 709th Military Police Battalion, 18th MP Brigade, 21st Theater Sustainment Command, teamed with the Polish military and other NATO nations to continue strengthening their partnership during the Anaconda 12 training exercise Sept. 17 to 28. Anaconda 12 was conducted to assist the Multinational Corps Northeast in exercising their battle-staff training and to foster partnership among participating nations. The 18th MP Bde. is no stranger to NATO forces, as they conducted planning sessions and training in the past with Polish Military Police. Some of the training included marksmanship and military working dogs tactics. During this exercise, the 630th MP Co. conducted joint missions with Polish Armed Forces, including escorts, checkpoints, traffic control points and route reconnaissance. “The training has been pretty interesting. I have learned some of their tactics and I believe it would work for us,” said Sgt. Donald Manhalter, 527th MP Company. “You never know what could happen, and to have great allies like the Polish is always beneficial.” For this reason, the 18th MP Bde. continues to take advantage of opportunities to exchange battlefield techniques and enhance NATO partnerships with participating nations. “Due to the proposed high intensity warfare scenario, we are also learning how a military police brigade can adapt from recent past missions that involved counter-insurgency operations and still conduct our MP functions to help win on the battleEXERCISE, from Page 9
dards,” Bretschneider said. NATO has developed guidelines and minimum standards for the response to chemical, biological or radiological incidents and we are training that as well.” Building partnerships in lieu of a future disaster was another Georgia 2012 exercise objective. “(The goal) for me as the commander … it’s (about) building partnership capacity, it’s building the relationships that we’ll need because (in the) real world this may happen,” Dillard said. “So, I want to be able to work with those countries that I may have to respond to. They’ll know who we are. They’ll already know our capabilities, and what we’re able to do.” During the exercise, the U.S. team worked alongside the Armenians, Georgian, Polish and Kazakhstan teams as well as the Azerbaijan CBRN team. “I think it’s great that we’re working with multiple different countries,” said Sgt. 1st Class Timothy Butler,
Photo by Master Sgt. James Brown
A Soldier from the 18th Military Police Brigade and a Polish soldier have a discussion during the Anaconda 12 training exercise in Drawsko Promoskie Training Area, Poland. The purpose of Anaconda 12 was to assist the Multinational Corps Northeast in exercising their battle-staff training and fostering partnership among militaries of different nations.
field,” said 1st Lt. Kathleen Rubbo, adjutant, 709th MP Bn. In addition, the Multinational MP Bn. also demonstrated all of their skills during “VIP Day,” to which the 18th MP Bde. commander was invited as an honored guest. This event showcased specialized unit Soldiers demonstrating their skills.
survey/decontamination team, a member of the 773rd CST, after being “decontaminated” by the Azerbaijan CBRN unit. “They (the U.S.) have the professional team,” said Lt. Matin Guliyer, Civil Defense Crisis Management Center senior officer. If there is a future disaster we will help each other (in the region), Guliyer said. “We learned the characteristics of the region and the capabilities of the other teams,” he added. “It was great,” said Irakli Kadagidze, director of Georgia’s Emergency Management Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. “Our teams learned a lot, learned from the U.S. experience, (including) CBRN.” More than 1,000 participants, representing more than 30 nations took part, including 450 international participants and almost 600 from the Republic of Georgia. “I’m just grateful for the opportunity,” Dillard said. “It just speaks to the seriousness of foreign consequence
Additionally, VIPs were shown a military equipment display and a roll call for fallen Soldiers. “We hope to achieve good relations with the partnering nations for future training exercise opportunities and to exchange useful battle staff techniques and methods to take back to our battalion staff for our future staff exercises,” Rubbo said.
Staff Sgt. Matthew Grande (center), a survey team chief for the 773rd Civil Support Team, 7th Civil Support Command, is “decontaminated” by Azerbaijan emergency responders after an initial site survey of a simulated chemical spill during the Georgia 2012 NATO EADRCC Partnership for Peace foreign consequence management exercise Sept. 25 at the Georgia National Training Site in Tbilisi, Georgia.
management and our role.” “This really is the flagship event each year — in NATO civil emergency planning,” Bretschneider said.
“What we are simulating here is as close to reality as possible. The overall (objective) is to foster cooperation between nations.”
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Airmen prepare to disassemble and reassemble M-4 Carbines during the ability to survive and operate training Sept. 24 on Ramstein.
ATSO training Photos by Senior Airman Aaron-Forrest Wainwright, 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
Senior Airman Jared Flores, 86th Airlift Wing paralegal, has bandages wrapped around his head for self-aid buddy care during the ability to survive and operate training Sept. 24 on Ramstein. ATSO training is designed to ensure mission readiness.
Airmen spin on their heads with rubber rifles for a competition during the ability to survive and operate training Airmen assist each other with donning mission-oriented protective posture Sept. 24 on Ramstein. gear during the ability to survive and operate training.
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KMC fire department to host Fire Prevention Month campaign by Tech. Sgt. Jason Lewis Fire prevention inspector
fire can spread in a house rapidly, leaving little time to escape. Knowing what to do and planning escape routes can determine whether or not one gets out safely. According to the National Fire Protection Association, only one-in-five households develop or practice a fire escape route to ensure a quick and safe exit from the building. Are you part of the 80 percent ignoring this important safety practice? This year’s theme for National Fire Prevention Month, which takes place from Monday to Oct. 31, is, “Have 2 Ways Out,” and implementing and practicing an evacuation plan is a great way to keep you and your family safe. The KMC Fire Department is urging families to use the occasion as an opportunity to make sure each household has a proper evacuation plan set in place. Fire Prevention Month also suggests using the month as motivation to practice other fire safety inspections, such as checking the batteries in smoke detectors and inspecting fire extinguishers. Making and practicing a home evacuation plan means thinking about your home on fire and your loved ones in danger, which is frightening. But not taking these actions puts you and your family at great risk. Checking your smoke alarm batteries takes only minutes and is one of the most important things you can do monthly to keep your family safe. The KMC Fire Department recommends families use National Fire Prevention Month as an opportunity to follow these seven steps to safety. Evacuation Plan Create a home evacuation plan. Physically draw this plan, noting two escape routes from every room. Keep these routes clean and free of clutter. You should also designate a meeting place some distance away from the house where everyone knows to gather. Review the evacuation plan. Set up several dif-
Fire Prevention Month schedule • Monday to Thursday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at KMCC — Sparky and smoke demo trailer • Oct. 13 and 13: 9 to 11 a.m. at Ramstein’s 24-hour Shoppette — engine crew with Sparky • Oct. 15 and 16: 9 to 11 a.m. at Ramstein’s Enlisted Club – engine crew with Sparky • Oct. 17: 9 a.m. to noon at CNK Children House, Landstuhl City — Fire prevention inspector, Tech. Sgt. Jason Lewis, plus two with bunkers and Sparky • Oct. 18 and 19: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Vogelweh Elementary School — Fire Station 6 crew • Oct. 20: 9 to 11 a.m. at KMCC — Fire Station 1 or 2 crew walk through KMCC with Sparky • Oct. 22 to 24: 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: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Landstuhl Elementary and Middle School — Fire Station 4/5 crew with Sparky • Oct. 27: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Fire Station 1 (flightline), open house • Oct. 29 to 31: 9 to 11 a.m. at Ramstein Intermediate School — Fire Station 2 crew with Sparky ferent scenarios so family members can try different escape routes. For example, to make sure everyone knows what to do should a fire occur while they are sleeping, have them lie down in bed and then press the test button to set off the smoke alarm. (Note: Family members who would be using fire ladders to evacuate bedrooms on upper floors should practice setting the ladders up in their actual windows, but should practice escaping from first floor windows.) Get out and stay out. Many people try to fight home fires themselves or, having escaped the home, return to save their possessions. These actions are dangerous since fires spread very quickly. The most important safety action you can take during a home fire is to commit to getting out, staying out and calling for help.
Smoke Alarms Install alarms. At minimum, you should have one smoke alarm on every floor and outside of every sleeping area. (Family members who sleep with their doors closed should have smoke alarms installed inside their bedrooms, too). If a member of the household has challenges — such as hearing loss — that would prevent the alarms from being effective, contact your fire department to learn about safety alternatives. Check and replace batteries. You should test all your smoke alarm batteries at least once a month. Generally, the batteries will need to be replaced every six months, though some alarms use 10-year lithium ion batteries. Determine which batteries your alarm uses and schedule reminders to replace them when necessary, making a notation in your calendar as appropriate. The smoke alarms themselves should be replaced every 10 years. Explore alternatives. Most people are familiar with battery-powered smoke alarms, but they are not the only ones available. Hard-wired alarms have an even better record of alerting residents to home fires, and, when placed on all floors, interconnected smoke alarms can increase safety as well. Fire sprinklers are another cost-effective safety alternative and can also reduce the cost of homeowners’ insurance. A noise you can live with. Who hasn’t wanted to disable a smoke alarm when it goes off because you’ve burned something in the kitchen? Try to avoid the temptation to do this, but if you must, replace and reconnect them immediately. The campaign this year includes distributing fire prevention information and educating people. For Fire Prevention Month you will see Sparky and his fire prevention friends at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center on Ramstein and at commissaries and schools. Sparky will be out in public not only showing his presence, but making sure residents are well educated on practicing safe prevention techniques. For more information or assistance, call 4806912/5940 or email email@example.com.
2012 Caring for People Forum addresses issues affecting Airmen, families by Senior Airman Lindsey A. Porter 11th Wing Public Affairs JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. — The 2012 Caring for People Forum concluded here Sept. 27 with a presentation of initiatives to members of the Air Force’s Community Action Information Board and Integrated Delivery System. Since its establishment in 2009, the Caring for People Forum has evolved into a two-day seminar during which forum attendees divide into working groups at the beginning and develop initiatives to fix Air Force issues that affect Airmen and their families. More than 140 active-duty, Guard, Reserve and civilian Air Force members participated in the forum, each contributing their unique total force perspective on the issues discussed during the working group meetings. “These issues all relate to how the Air Force takes
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Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James Roy speaks at the Caring for People forum Sept. 26 at Joint Base Andrews, Md.
care of its Airmen and their families,” said Carl Buchanan, the Caring for People Forum manager. “Without the participants’ input, we can’t achieve the forum’s ultimate goal — making the Air Force better.” During their presentations, group leaders spoke
on why initiatives were chosen and how CAIB and IDS members could potentially resolve each concern. Twelve issues were briefed, with top initiatives revolving around similar subject matters. Some of the discussed initiatives include the Air Force’s Exceptional Family Member Program, housing options for single Airmen, and immigration and naturalization assistance programs. Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley, who spoke at the conclusion of the forum, told the participants there’s nothing more important to the Air Force than its Airmen and their families. “By attending this forum, you have provided leadership with a glimpse into how we can enhance the lives of our most important asset,” Donley said. “By attending, you not only help them but have taken steps to actively improve the whole force.” Air Force CAIB and IDS members will meet in October to discuss the initiatives and decide upon courses of action to address the concerns.
October 5, 2012
Ramstein Rabbits push Airmen to succeed by Airman 1st Class Hailey Haux 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
hat goes through your head when you receive that email saying it’s time for you to take your physical training test? Do you shrug it off with confidence knowing you are going to pass? Or do you start working out every day and stress over it? If it’s the running component that is your stressor, the Ramstein Rabbits can help with that. This team was formed in early June by a group of co-workers who wanted to push their fellow Airmen with that part their PT test. “We had Airmen in our shop who struggled with the run,” said Senior Master Sgt. Don Gurganus, American Forces Network, Ramstein superintendent and member of Ramstein Rabbits. “They would start off too fast and not be able to finish strong or too slow and have to make up for lost time.” Since the organization was started, the Ramstein Rabbits have helped eight people with their PT test, all of whom said they ran faster than they had anticipated. “When we go out there to pace someone we like to have three people,” Gurganus said. “One will run at the pace the tester wants to achieve, one will run about 30 seconds faster than that time and the third will run right next to the tester and motivate them throughout the run.” With 25 members, at any given PT test there can be five to 10 people surrounding the track cheering the tester on and motivating them.
Photo by Airman 1st Class Kendra Alba
Members of the Ramstein Rabbits help prepare an Airman for her upcoming physical training test Tuesday at the Ramstein Southside Fitness Center. The Ramstein Rabbits were formed by a group of service members who wanted to push their fellow Airmen to succeed with the run component of the PT test.
“We don’t guarantee the tester will pass,” Gurganus said. “But we can promise them a constant pace. However, it is up to the tester to pass the run. We can’t run for them, but we do our best to motivate them and keep them going.” When someone asks for help to pace a run, the Ramstein Rabbits try to get together with the tester ahead of time to discuss their PT history, what they struggle with and what their warm-up routine is. The day of the test all mental limitations are removed. Their watch is
taken away and the timers are asked not to call the time out when the tester runs by, Gurganus said. “A lot of the time the tester will impose mental limits, thinking that they can’t do it,” said Master Sgt. Tracy Duplantis, AFN Ramstein first sergeant and member of Ramstein Rabbits. “We are there to support them and give them positive thoughts and we get really good results from that.” If a person needs help, they don’t have to be embarrassed to ask, the Ramstein Rabbits are there to help anyone — Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors
and Marines. “Having the Ramstein Rabbits helps a lot,” said Senior Master Sgt. Jennifer Segerson, 86th Communications Squadron operations flight branch chief. “They help turn what could be a bad day into a good one.” There are both male and female pacers to help out, Gurganus said. The Ramstein Rabbits have a Facebook page where anyone can leave a message if they need a pacer for their next PT test. They can also be reached through any Ramstein first sergeant.
AF leaders encourage energy savings in latest ‘Letter to Airmen’ WASHINGTON — Secretary of the Air Force Michael B. Donley, Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. Mark A. Welsh III and Chief Master Sergeant 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. To view the entire letter, visit www.af.mil/ news/story.asp?id=123320412 and click on the link in the middle of the story. To assist in creating awareness of Energy Action Month, SAF/PAO has created a toolkit with talking points, a suggested activity list, a campaign plan, and a commander’s call speech. 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)
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Tricare users have options for host nation referrals HEIDELBERG, Germany — Tricare users now have two options for receiving authorizations and medical documentation if they need to be seen by a host nation health care provider. International SOS, the Tricare service provider for Europe, sends referral authorizations to the health facility and the designated host nation provider within three business days of request and before the patient’s appointment. Those who prefer to pick up their authorizations from their local Tricare service center should wait at least three business days after the referral is made, said Michelle Jones, European Regional Medical Command’s Tricare contract liaison ofﬁcer. “Although beneﬁciaries are not required to handcarry referral authorizations to their host nation provider, they are encouraged to do so,” Jones said. “They will still need to hand-carry their medical documentation.” Tricare service centers should offer beneﬁciaries two options for receiving authorizations and medical documentation: • Beneﬁciaries may receive their authorization and medical documentation via email from the center, or • Beneﬁciaries may stop by the center to pick up their authorization and medical documentation. Beneﬁciaries still have three choices for making appointments: • Beneﬁciaries may book their own appointment. • Beneﬁciaries may call the Tricare Overseas Program regional call center to request assistance in booking their appointment.
• Army health facility Tricare service centers may book appointments for beneﬁciaries. Beneﬁciaries who have questions about the referral and/or emailing process should contact their local health facility Tricare service center. Tricare access to care standards require that appointments for Tricare Prime beneﬁciaries be made according to these guidelines: Acute care: 24 hours Routine care: 7 days Wellness: 28 days Specialty: 28 days
There are special procedures that beneﬁciaries need to be aware of when traveling back to the U.S. “The Tricare Overseas Program web site explains the process of TOP enrolled beneﬁciaries seeking care stateside,” Jones said. “As a reminder, emergent care never requires an authorization, but all urgent care requires an authorization. If you are stateside and require urgent care, please contact International SOS or your local service center for assistance.” Stateside routine care authorizations are rare and only authorized with prior justiﬁcation from the patient’s primary care manager and with health care coordination, Jones added. The Tricare Overseas Program web site also offers information for all Tricare beneﬁciaries, such as contact numbers for claims and customer service. The Tricare Overseas Beneﬁciary Handbook and other literature may also be
downloaded from the site, Jones said.
ENROLLMENT CARDS REQUIRED
At host nation provider appointments, Tricare Overseas Prime beneﬁciaries should present their Tricare Prime Overseas Program enrollment card. Enrollment card examples can be viewed at www.tricare-overseas.com/Provider01_b02. htm. In addition to referral authorizations that will be sent directly to the host nation provider by International SOS, the enrollment card validates that the bearer is the Tricare Prime beneﬁciary for whom the referral authorization was written. Each family member enrolled in Tricare Overseas Prime should have a card. Beneﬁciaries who did not receive a card or need a replacement card should contact the Tricare Overseas Program regional call center and press Option 4. In Germany, call the toll-free number 0800-5891599. “Army health facility Tricare service centers will continue to provide host nation patient liaison services, health care ﬁnders, beneﬁciary counseling and assistance, and debt collection assistance,” Jones said. All beneﬁciaries should visit www.tricare.mil for plan and beneﬁt information. Beneﬁciaries can access country-speciﬁc toll-free contact numbers and a useful “Find-A-Provider” search tool at the Tricare Overseas Program website at www.tricareoverseas.com. Forms and links to other Tricare overseas programs are also available at that site. (Courtesy of Tricare)
School Notes Tween Game Day
Calling all “tweens” in ﬁfth to eighth grade! Join the Kaiserslautern Main Library for Tween Game Day from 3 to 5 p.m. today. Enjoy the company of friends while having fun with various games. Contact the library or visit www.mwrgermany.com for details. The Kaiserslautern Main Library is located in Bldg. 3810 on Landstuhl.
School House Rock Live
Razz-Ma-Tazz Family Theater presents School House Rock Live at 6:30 p.m. today, Saturday and Sunday. This entertaining production will be held at the Ramstein Community Center, Bldg. 412. All service members gain free admittance. For more information, contact the Ramstein Community Center at 4806600 or visit www.facebook.com/ RamsteinCommunityCenter.
Ramstein Middle School’s PTSA will be 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. you are PCSing, separating, deploying This will be the ﬁrst PTSA general or retiring prior to this date, provide the membership meeting for the 2012- necessary information to the education 2013 school year. The PTSA is seeking center. Members at a geographically volunteers to help out with various sta- separated unit that are located more tions, including refreshments, check- than one hour away from Ramstein in, baked goods sales, game referees will have their diplomas forwarded to and clean-up. There will also be a their ﬁrst sergeant. Participation in this rafﬂe held on Dodgeball Night, where ceremony is optional; however, CCAF one person will win an iPod Touch. requires diplomas to be awarded in Rafﬂe tickets are $2 an appropriate cereach or $5 for three. emony. If you elect To see school You must be present not to participate, photos from this week, to win. Tickets will ﬁrst sergeants and go online to www. be sold during lunch commanders will be kaiserslauternamerican. notiﬁed to pick up and at the event. For details or to volunyour diplomas to be com and click on teer, email ramsawarded at a com“Schools.” dodgeball@gmail. mander’s call or com. alternate ceremony after the ofﬁcial ceremony in October. CCAF graduation For more information, email educaThe semiannual Community College firstname.lastname@example.org or call 480-2032. of the Air Force graduation diploma ceremony will take place at 1 p.m. Music lessons Oct. 26 in the Ramstein Ofﬁcers’ Club. SKIESUnlimited music lessons are Graduation rehearsal will be held at designed to teach all levels and abili9 a.m. the same day and location. ties. Voice, piano, music and violin Rehearsal is mandatory for all gradu- lessons are being offered for chilates participating in the ceremony. If dren and youth ages 18 months to 18
years. Children and youth will participate in recitals. For more information, contact Parent Central Services, Bldg. 2898 on Pulaski Barracks, at 493-4516/4122 or 0631-34064516/4122, or the Landstuhl One Stop Shop, Bldg. 3810, at 486-8943 or 06371-86-8943.
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.
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during matinee. Tickets cost $14 for adults and $12 for stu» Razz-Ma-Tazz Family Theater presents School dents. Children under 5 will not be admitted. KMC Onstage House Rock Live starting at 6:30 p.m. today, Saturday is located in Bldg. 3232 on Kleber Kaserne. For details, call and Sunday. This entertaining production will be held at the 483-6626 or 0631-411-6626. Ramstein Community Center, Bldg. 412. All service mem» KMC Onstage is holding open auditions for the bers gain free admittance! For more information, call the play “A Christmas Story” Oct. 16 and 17. This play calls Ramstein Community Center at 480-6600 or visit www. for a cast of 11 to 15 people consisting of two to five men, facebook.com/RamsteinCommunityCenter. two to three woman, five boys and two girls. Auditions for » The Sunny Coyote Volksmarching Club is host- children, ages 8 to 13, begin at 6:30 p.m. Adult auditions ing a bus trip to the FULDA Civilian/Military March on begin at 7:30 p.m. Adults need to have one 30 to 60 secSaturday. Cost is €25 each. Limond comedic monologue prepared. ited seats available. For details or Contact KMC Onstage for a perusto sign up and reserve your seat, al copy. KMC Onstage is located in email firstname.lastname@example.org or Bldg. 3233 on Kleber Kaserne. For call 06337-8732. details, call 483-6626 or 0631» The Ramstein Officers’ 411-6626. Club will host a mother-son As part of Breast Cancer Awareness » Show off your talent every Pirate Ball from 6 to 8 p.m. SatMonth, the following events are Thursday at Open Mic Night at urday. Ages 4 and up are welcome. scheduled to take place in the KMC: Armstrong’s Club, Bldg. 1036 on For tickets and more information, Vogelweh. Sing, play an instrucall the Vogelweh Community OCT. 13, the LRMC 5K Breast ment, recite poetry or show off Center at 489-7626 or 0631Cancer Awareness Run. Registration your comedy skills. Sign up starts 536-7626. begins at 7:30 a.m. at the track near at 6:30 p.m. and performances » In conjunction with RetirGate 4 and the Army and Air Force begin at 7. For more information, ee Appreciation Day Oct. 12, the Exchange Station gas station. The call 0631-536-6000. 86th Medical Group has set aside race begins at 9 a.m. Prizes will be » Check out Germany’s 35 appointments set up for full eye awarded. Mammogram appointments largest country party, “Country exams. The patient will be given a can be booked at the event. For more Nights,” from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. ev40-minute slot and the optometry information, call Becky Muenchow at ery Saturday at the Kazabra Club, clinic will try to accomplish all ad486-6791 or 06371-86-6791. Bldg. 2057 on Vogelweh. Don’t fo ditional testing that might be needget to ride “Tornado” the mechanied the same day. They will also do OCT. 13, Rheinland-Pfalz breast cal bull! For more information, call cancer survivor representatives will walk-in pressure checks for those 489-7261 or 0631-536-7261, or be at the Kaiserslautern Military individuals who might not need or visit http://www.mwrgermany.com. Community Center with information want full exams between 7 a.m. on breast cancer. and 4 p.m. The appointments are Meetings only available for the actual retired » The German-American OCT. 21, a tea will be held from members. They start at 7:20 a.m. Children’s Friendship Choir 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Ramstein welcomes all interested children, and will run through 3:20 p.m. Community Club Annex, Bldg. 411. ages 6 to 10, to join our choir for The optometry clinic is located Maj. (Dr.) Penelope Harris, an oncolothis upcoming Christmas concert on the first floor in Bldg. 2121 gist from LRMC, and Lt. Col. (Dr.) season. The choir will meet from on Ramstein. Appointments can Bradford Scanlon, a LRMC plastic 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays in Otterbe booked by calling the clinic disurgeon, will be two of the guest berg in the third floor Aula (auditorectly at 479-2350 or 06371-46speakers. Speakers will also include a rium) of the Grundschule (elemen2350. breast cancer survivor. Tea, coffee and tary school). The choir will study » Come out and celebrate pastries will be served and music will good choral singing technique and National Hispanic Heritage be provided by the Air Force Winds learn songs to perform in concert, Month with the following Aloft. This is a free event and the which also include choreography events: Children’s book readﬁrst 50 guests will receive a Bavarian moves and Orff instrument playing and crafting from 10 to tea cup, saucer and dessert plate. For ing. The program this fall consists 11 a.m. Thursday at the Ramstein more information, call Marina Latiff of Christmas songs in both English Library; displays, entertainment, at 486-6447 or 06371-86-6447. and German as well as traditional education, food samplings and rounds in Latin and French. The a keynote speaker from 4 to choir will perform in Christmas fes5:15 p.m. Thursday at the Galaxy Theater on Vogelweh; Zumba from 6 tivals in Otterberg and in church concerts in Kaiserslautern, to 7 p.m. and salsa lessons from 7 to 10 p.m. along with our sponsor choir, the Rheinland-Pfalz Internaat the Kazabra Club; food tasting with a live DJ, dancers, tional Choir. For details or to register, contact director Suann and free giveaways, from noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Strickland at 06301-389-8107 or suannstrickland@gmail. KMCC. For details, call the Equal Opportunity Office at com. » The Rhineland Breast Cancer Coalition, a group of 489-8565. » KMC Onstage is putting on a big musical pro- breast cancer survivors in the KMC, are celebrating life and duction of “Hairspray” on the following dates and times: supporting and encouraging other breast cancer patients and Oct. 12 to 14, 19 to 21 and 26 to 28. Show times start survivors in the area. This group meets at 6:30 p.m. the secat 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 3 p.m. Sundays and ond Tuesday of each month at Bambus Garden, outside Pulaski
Breast Cancer Awareness Month Events
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Gate by Vogelweh. For details, email RBCCgroup@yahoo.com. » The Rheinland-Pfalz International Choir needs new members. If you love music and love to sing, consider visiting to see if RPIC is a good fit for you. The choir meets Tuesday evenings in Kaiserslautern-Erzhütten. New members are welcome through September. For details, visit www. sing-rpic.de (available in both German and English). There, you will find directions, performance samples, photos and contact information. » The Kaiserslautern chapter of the Sergeant Morales Club meets from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. the first Monday of every month at the Rhine Ordnance Barracks DFAC (on the right side). This meeting is open to all Sergeant Morales members, Sergeant Audie Murphy members and to any NCO who would like to join.
» The toddler playgroup of the German-American and International Women’s Club Kaiserslautern will meet bimonthly. Join mothers from other cultures and enjoy a coffee together while children play and hear other languages. The group meets from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Oct. 15 and 29, Nov. 5 and 19, and Dec. 3 and 17 at Spesbacher Str. 51a, Ramstein. The fee for each play date is €2 to cover facility costs. For more information, contact Katie Pelletier at email@example.com or 06383-9266018, or visit the GAIWC website at www.gaiwc.com. » Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a weight loss support 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 Oct. 17 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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Contracting officer set to work with Google by Rachel Clark 409th Contracting Support Brigade An Army acquisition ofﬁcer in Kaiserslautern is the ﬁrst in his branch selected to work with Google as part of the Army’s Training with Industry Program. Maj. Matthew Bisswurm, plans and operations ofﬁcer with the 903rd Contingency Contracting Battalion, 409th Contracting Support Brigade, began his one-year internship with the Fortune 100 company in August and will bring back to the Army any lessons learned. “I’m looking to bring some of the innovative processes and successful techniques that Google has used, and help integrate them into the Army,” Bisswurm said. The Army, as well as the acquisition career ﬁeld, has prepared Bisswurm for this opportunity. “I love the expeditionary side of contingency contracting,” Bisswurm said. “I love doing missions, and I love being on a team.” One of the objectives of the TWI is to provide Soldiers’ hands-on experience in top defense, information technology and pioneering commercial companies. The program helps improve communication between commercial industry and the Army.
Classes And Training
» Join ACS Financial Readiness for some extreme couponing with a military twist. Learn how to save hundreds of dollars in your spending plan through the use of organized couponing at Coupons & Coffee at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Java Cafe on Rhine Ordnance Barracks. To register or for details, call 493-4015/4151 or 0631-34064015/4151. » Learn how to snowball out of debt and build a savings plan at the Midweek Money Series from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.Wednesday in Bldg. 3109, the Kaiserslautern Community Activity Center on Deanner Kaserne. This instructional block covers three classes: credit and debt management, successful money management, and thrift savings plan. Enroll now by calling 0631-3406- 4015/4151. » Discipline for Pre-Teens, a new class geared toward parents and caregivers of children from 10 to 12 years old, takes place at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Bldg. 2917 on Pulaski Barracks. Enroll by calling 0631-3406- 4062/4203. » Join Army Community Service for the next Family Resiliency Training at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in Bldg. 2891 on Pulaski Barracks. This free seminar will help you build a stronger family unit by teaching you the skills to increase your resiliency and core competencies. For details, call 0631-3406-4203. » Take part in the Basic Training for New Parents class, which takes place from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Oct. 15 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. » 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
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Maj. Matthew Bisswurm, plans and operations officer with the 903rd Contingency Contracting Battalion, was selected for a position at Google Inc. as part of the Army’s Training with Industry Program.
Working with major corporations helps the Army speak the same language as its industry partners. 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 0631-3406- 4006/4203.
» A resume writing class will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Bldg. 2917 on Pulaski Barracks. Learn important information about what an employer would look for on a resume and practice an interview. For details, call 493-4029 or 0631-3406-4029. » Prepare for an interview by learning different interview styles, standard questions and negative speech characteristics, as well as what impresses interviewers, at this class, held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Bldg. 2917 on Pulaski Barracks. To register or for details, call 493-4029 or 06313406-4029. » Want to learn more about finding a government job? Visit Army Community Service, Bldg. 2917 on Pulaski Barracks, at 10 a.m. Oct. 12 and 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.
Bisswurm joined the Army in 2000 and made the transition into contracting in 2008 following a second combat deployment in Iraq. “I wanted to broaden my skills,” he said. “Being in a combat deployment, I saw the direct impact contracting had on the war ﬁghter.” Bisswurm added that he wants to use the skills he learns at Google and take them back with him to his next assignment. “I want to have a different perspective on decision making, theory, manufacturing, and problem solving,” he said. “I think the Army gains tenfold on this program. The experience and insight are immeasurable.” Selected ofﬁcers, warrant ofﬁcers and noncommissioned ofﬁcers are placed in jobs with industry partners and exposed to innovative industrial management tactics, techniques and procedures that can beneﬁt the Army. After completing the training, participants are immediately placed in a mandatory follow-on Army assignment to improve the Army’s ability to interact and conduct business with industry. “We want our guys to benchmark lessons learned and affect positive change in the Army Acquisition Corps,” said Scott Green, acquisition education and training branch chief, U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center.
A&FRC programs The Ramstein Airman & Family Readiness Center offers the following programs: Reintegration: Oct. 9, 9 a.m. to noon, Bldg. 3450 Pre-Deployment: Oct. 9, 1 to 3 p.m., Bldg. 3450 Base Intro: Oct. 10, 7:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., Hercules Theater Active Money Personalities: Oct. 10, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., A&FRC Pre-Separation Counseling: Oct. 11, 9 to 11 a.m., A&FRC What is What: Oct. 11, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Starbucks lobby Call the A&FRC at 480-5100 to register for the classes. Reintegration and pre-deployment briefings are open to spouses.
» The Ramstein Chapel is accepting bids for the following contract position: Catholic life teen music director — This person will lead the choir and community singing for the northside 5 p.m. Catholic Sunday Mass, during special holidays and feasts, and during other special services as needed. All music and singing will complement the style and atmosphere of the service being supported. The music director will lead the Life Teen Band to provide instruction, guidance and support of the Sr. Youth Program. The chapel will be accepting bids until 4 p.m. today. The Statement of Work and bid documents can be picked up from the Ramstein North Chapel, Monday through Friday. Bidders are invited to attend the bid opening at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Ramstein North Chapel, Bldg. 1201. For more information, call Petra Rausch at 480-6148 or 06371-476148. » 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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Was ist Los? KMC Cultural Highlights Fruchthalle, Kaiserslautern: • The German The following is a list of performances and Radio Philharmonics Courtesy photo events happening in the KMC and nearby. Saarbrücken KaisersFalconry show in English Dates are subject to change. lau-tern presents a “Bouquet of Melodies,” The Wildpark Potzberg in Föckelberg near Kusel will offer a falconry show in English at 5 p.m. Saturday. Visitors can also admire wild game, goats, horses, groundhogs, raccoons, Performing arts with operetta music, mouflons (wild sheep), moose and little animals in a petting zoo. The park will stay open until Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern: 5 p.m. Oct. 14. Tickets 8 p.m. Saturday. Regular opening hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. In winter, the park closes • “Wilhelm Tell,” an opera by Gioacchino cost €12 to €25. at 5 p.m. Admission fee is €7 for adults and €5 for children older than 4. For details and direcRossini, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19 and 26. For more infortions, visit www.wildpark.potzberg.de. • “Engelslieder,” balletts by Stefano Giannetti, mation, stop at the 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18 and 28. Kaiserslautern Tourist • “Buddenbrooks,” a play in German based on Siegelbach, Zoo, zoo day with children’s program, Ofﬁce, Fruchthallstrasse14, visit www.fruchthalle. the book by Thomas Mann, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13, 17, puppet theater, possibility to watch veterinarians de or call the ofﬁce of arts at 0631-365-1410. 24, 27 and 30. and feed animals, Sunday. Bildhaus Music Club, Hahnbacherhof (near • “Chronicle of the Immortals — Blood • Spesbach, village carnival, Saturday to 67701 Schallodenbach): Night,” a rock opera by Wolfgang Holbein Tuesday. • FUNHOUSEplaysPINK, 8:30 p.m. Saturday. with the band Vanden Plas, 6 to 9 p.m. Oct. 14 • Olsbrücken, village carnival, Sunday. For more information, visit www.christiankrueger. and 21. • Trippstadt, Johanniskreuz 1a, Haus der privat.t-online.de. • Ka’elles Quintett presents a chamber concert Nachhaltigkeit, marmalade market, Weilerbach, Bürgerhaus: with music by Mozart, Nielsen, Hindemith and Sunday. For more information, visit • Fairing presents Irish music, 8 p.m. Saturday. Ligeti, 11 a.m. Oct. 14. English Theatre, Frankfurt: www.hdn-pfalz.de. • Philharmonic Night to celebrate the 125th • “Breaking the Code,” a play by Hugh • Landstuhl, Alter Markt, opening of reconanniversary of the Pfalztheater Orchestra, 7 p.m. to Whitemore, 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays, and structed market place, Sunday with ecumenical 1 a.m. Oct. 20 at different locations. 6 p.m. Sundays, through Oct. 27. For more inforworship service at 11 a.m. to be followed by music For more information, call 0631-3675-209 or mation, visit www.english-theatre.org. performances with fanfare players, ULIssess Jazz visit www.pfalztheater.de. Quartett, Gerd’s Oldie Formation and Carpe Diem Kammgarn Kaiserslautern: Miscellaneous Unerhört; Teresa Kastel and Band perform 7 p.m.; • Kammgarn meets Popakademie — students • Kaiserslautern, Gartenschau, open through stores open 1 to 6 p.m. Local shops and associafrom the Mannheim Pop Academy perform: Oct. 31. Hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets cost tions serve food specialties. Bakushan, Zweiplus, Oakﬁeld and Fedora, €7 for adults and €3 for children. Exhibitions: • Quirnbach-Liebsthal, potato fest and market, 7:30 p.m. today. Tickets cost €16. Farmers’ life in the early 20th century; Art Forum Sunday. • The band Vierkanttretlager presents Indie, pop, with 15 renowned artists presenting their works; • Winnweiler, October market with carnival, rock, 8 p.m. Saturday. Tickets cost €15. ﬂower show “Chrysanthemum — Color Chart of today to Monday. • Henrik Freischlader & Band present blues, Fall,” in ﬂower hall. Pumpkin festival with thou• Neustadt/German Wine Street, German Wine 8 p.m. Tuesday. Tickets cost €19. sands of pumpkins, decoration items in store, food Harvest Fest, today through Oct. 15. • The Kabeedies from Great-Britain present specialties. Sunday: Hubertus Mass by Protestant • Neustadt-Gimmeldingen, wine fest, Saturday Indie, pop, rock and Afro beat, 8 p.m. Oct. 13. State church with music by horn blowers, 10 a.m. and Sunday. Tickets cost €14. in event hall; Thanksgiving fest with • Offenbach-Hundheim, vintners fest, Saturday • The band Livingston with musicians from four jazz hike, 11 a.m. For more information, visit and Sunday. countries present Indie, pop, rock, 8 p.m. Oct. 16. www.gartenschau-kl.de or call 0631-71007-0. Tickets cost €20. • Kaiserslautern, Japanese Garden, Am Flea markets For more information, visit www.kammgarn.de Abendsberg 1, open through Oct. 31. For more • Kaiserslautern, Pfalzcenter (across from or call 0631-365-2607. information, visit www.japanischergarten.de. Daenner Kaserne), Saturdays. • Museum • Kaiserslautern, Opel parking lot, Portal 4, Pfalzgalerie, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Pumpkins, jazz hike Kaiserslautern, exhibi• Ramstein, Autokino, 5 to 10 p.m. today. tion of 50 oil paintings • Ramstein, Flurstrasse 4, 3 to 9 p.m. Saturday. Thousands of pumpkins will be used to form figures of the ocean, by Chinese artist Qiu • Bad Dürkheim, Saline (salt-works), 9 a.m. to including mermaids, dolphins, Shihua, to Jan. 6. 4 p.m. Saturday. octopus and sea horses, at the Hours are 11 a.m. to • Heidelberg, Messplatz, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Kaiserslautern Gartenschau 8 p.m. Tuesdays; 10 a.m. Saturday. through October. Also, a jazz hike to 5 p.m. Wednesdays • Ludwigshafen, Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, passing six stations with different jazz performing groups and to Sundays; Mondays Interantik, Saturday. culinary specialties will be offered closed. For more infor• Mannheim-Feudenheim, Kulturhalle, model from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. mation, visit train and toy swap meet, Saturday. For more information, visit Photo by Petra Lessoing www.mpk.de. For more information, visit www.gartenschau-kl.de. • Kaiserslauternwww.troedlerundsammeln.de. by Petra Lessoing 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
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Annweiler highlights chestnuts by Petra Lessoing 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
Annweiler/Trifels celebrates its 12th annual chestnut festival Saturday and Sunday.
Annweiler/Trifels will celebrate its 12th annual chestnut fest Saturday and Sunday. More than 30 market stands will be established on Rathausplatz, where vendors will offer their merchandise from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Stores will offer a special shopping time from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday. The event will highlight the chestnut. Usually, edible chestnuts only grow south of the Alps, but the Romans once brought the tree to the wine-growing areas of the Pfalz. Thanks to the mild climate in the Palatinate Forest and in the area around Annweiler, called Trifelsland, conditions for chestnut trees to grow are excellent. During the chestnut harvest time, several events will take place, such as this chestnut fest, the wine and chestnut market Oct. 13 and 14 in Edenkoben, and the chestnut week Oct.
15 to 21 in Hauenstein. Local restaurants will serve special menus and the Annweiler Tourist Office will offer guided culinary chestnut hikes. During Annweilerâ€™s chestnut fest, visitors can enjoy a variety of food and beverage specialities made of chestnuts, including soup, bratwurst, dumplings, cake, crepes, marmalade, honey, ice cream, liquor and beer. Vendors will offer fall decoration items, such as soap, jewelry, sheep products and fruit. Palatinate delicacies will include onion cake with new wine and tarte flambee. The crowning of the ninth chestnut princess will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday in front of the city hall. Musical entertainment will be provided in the afternoon on both days on the festival grounds. Children can also enjoy rides on a merry-go-round. For more information on chestnut events and hikes, visit www.trifelsland.de.
An appeal to all dog owners Courtesy of the Office of Public Order Weilerbach Union Community Administration
ity officials said they continue to observe dog owners walking their dogs on public paths, meadows, parks, cemeteries and playgrounds to let them defecate. It should be common sense that these areas, especially childrenâ€™s playgrounds and public parks, are inappropriate as dog toilets. Dog excrement transfers numerous bacteria and pathogens that pose a high risk to the health of the children playing in the area and to all those taking care of the parks. Therefore, all dog owners are asked to watch their dogs and prevent them from defecating in these areas. Also, every dog owner must ensure his or her dog does not relieve himself on foreign or public property. If a dog should still defecate on such property, owners are asked to clean it up. Furthermore, farmers keep pointing out that mead-
ows and agricultural cropland bordering paths should not serve as dog toilets because of the chance of food contamination, which can cause serious diseases. Dog owners are also asked to watch their dogs and prevent them from barking or howling, which can disturb the neighborhood. According to the effective law, dog owners must make sure the dogs do not bark, whimper or howl between 1 and 3 p.m. (siesta time) and 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. (night quiet hours). Outside of this time frame, a dogâ€™s barking must not be audible longer than 10 minutes at a stretch or a total of 30 minutes per day. The dog should be kept in a way that the barking or howling does not disturb others more than can be prevented. If necessary, the dogs have to be kept in a locked room or house to ensure preservation of public peace and adherence to the regulations set out by the animal protection law. Owners are asked to walk their dogs on a leash so as to not endanger or scare anyone. All dog owners are asked to follow the existing regulations and to keep their dogs in a way that does not bother the general public.
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F EVENTS Halloween at Europa Park Present – Sun, Nov 4 Rust bei Freiburg Dracula and his scary friends creep around in this amusement park between thousands of pumpkins, apples, corn stalks and skeletons! A show, parade, restaurants, hotels and other attractions fit in with the fall season and Halloween scenery. The amusement park offers a website in English: www.europark.com. Farmers market Sun, Oct 7 Bad Dürkheim An entertaining event will take place in Bad Dürkheim this fall with Sunday shopping. Walk through a decorated city center with about 80 booths. Also, see farm animals and agricultural machines. The booths and stores will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The smell of typical seasonal dishes will fill the air, and local wines and champagne will be available to taste. There is free parking in the “Wurstmarkt” parking area. Location: Kurbrunnenstrasse, Brühlwiesen, 67098 Bad Dürkheim Zoo Day Sun, Oct 7 Kaiserslautern The team at the Kaiserslautern Zoo offer a day with a fun program for children. Learn what veterinarians do and help feed animals during the animal presentation. The zoo provides its website also in English for more information: www.zoo-kl.de. Middle Ages market Sat, Oct 13 – Sun, Oct 14 Zweibrücken This is the first fall Middle Ages market at the “Rennwiese” in Zweibrücken. Many artists, craftsmen and retailers will make sure you are entertained and stunned by a time that is still mysterious and magical. A fire show will be shown on Saturday. Entrance fee is €3. Location: Rennbahn Zweibrücken – Dr. Ehrensberger Str. – 66482 Zweibrücken. Find some Middle Age clothing at www. armstreet.de. The webpage is only in German. You might need some help translating if you want to purchase anything.
Kaiserslautern carnival Fri, Oct 19 – Mon, Oct 29 Kaiserslautern It is time again for the most famous fair in K-Town! This fair is also the largest fair in the whole Westpfalz! Fun rides, great food and delectable sweets can be found at every corner (don’t miss out on a bag of candied almonds or a fresh cooked bratwurst!) Make sure to also visit the “shopping street” where local vendors will sell their products, including jewellery, clothing, items for the kitchen, different spices and art. The fair will open its gates for the 19th time at 5 p.m. The official opening celebration will take place at 7 p.m. A fireworks show will lighten up the sky at 9 p.m. Location: Messeplatz Kaiserslautern.
Racing: DTM Fri, Oct 19 – Sun, Oct 21 Hockenheim For the most popular international touring car series, the 2012 season will be the 13th since its revival back in 2000. And motor-racing enthusiasts may look forward to an even more thrilling DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters) season and quite a number of innovations: BMW, the third German premium-car manufacturer, is going to make its DTM comeback to battle it out with Audi and Mercedes-Benz. For more information and tickets visit: www.hockenheimring.net
Manufacturers market Sat, Oct 13 – Sun, Oct 14 Hütschenhausen Manufacturers from Hütschenhausen and districts of Kaiserslautern, Kusel, Pirmasens, Homburg Neunkirchen and others will show their hobby and arts and crafts at this manufacturers market. Coffee and cake will be served on both days and there will be no entrance fee. The market will be open from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. Location is the Community Center (Gemeindehaus), Hauptstrasse 74; 66882 Hütschenhausen
Wine fest days Fri, Oct 5 – Mon, Oct 15 Neustadt and der Weinstrasse Every year the Germans celebrate the wine vintage. And this is one of the most well known and biggest wine festivals in the world! Celebrate the vintage of new wine with lots of great food specialities, live music, fun rides and the election of the new wine queen! For more information call 06321-9268-0 or visit www.neustadt.eu
SPORTS LRMC breast cancer walk Sat, Oct 13 @ 0900 Landstuhl Track Join us for Landstuhl Regional Medical Center’s annual Breast Cancer Awareness 5K Run/Walk. The run will start and end at the LRMC track. There is no registration fee. Register the day of the run between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. The race begins at 9 a.m. The first 300 runners to arrive will receive a free T-shirt. All children under the age of 12 will receive a medal instead of a T-shirt. Dogs are welcome. There will be awards for various running categories, including best dressed “Pink Man” Award. Join us as we support the fight against breast cancer! For more information, please contact: LRMCbreastcancer@yahoo.com.
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Federweisserfest Fri, Oct 5 – Sun, Oct 7 Zell/Mosel Enjoy a nice, traditional German wine festival at 2 p.m. Friday, and 10:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday in the “old town” in Zell by the Mosel River. Location: Balduinstrasse, 56856 Zell This address will lead you to the city hall, which is across from the wine fest. You will have to find parking from this point. Wine fair Sat, Oct 20 Kaiserslautern The first WASGAU Weinmesse (wine fair) will offer 70 exhibitors and about 300 different wines from the Palatina region. High-quality delicacies, such as cheese, coffee, chocolate, spices and much more, will satisfy any pallet. Enjoy a live cooking show with Eric Kunz at noon. A free shuttle service will be available. The fair takes place from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Location: Gartenschau Kaiserslautern, Lauterstrasse 51; 67659 Kaiserlautern
CONCERTS “Guitar Excellence” Wed, Oct 10 Winnweiler Martin Haberer will play everything from classic music like Bach, to Beatles and Flamenco on his guitar! Haberer is a true artist who will enchant you with his experience and charm. Ticket – Hotline: 0180 - 50 40 300 Tickets starting at €14.20. Location: Restaurant MAX, Schlossstrasse 35, 67722 Winnweiler Philharmonic Orchestra Sun, Oct 14 Kaiserslautern The German Radio Philharmonic Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern, enriched by the soloists Juliane Banse (soprano) and Bo Skovhus (baritone) and conducted by Christoph Poppen, will present operetta melodies by Johann Strauss, Franz Lehár and Emmerich Kálmán. For more information and ticket prices, visit www.kaiserlautern.de or tickets at 0631-36219-814 or www.eventim.de UPCOMING EVENTS Sunday shopping Sun, Oct 21 Kaiserslautern Enjoy open stores all day Sunday! Stores will be open from 1 to 6 p.m. Fifth Oktoberfest Fri, Oct 26 – Sun Oct 28 Ramstein Hurry up to reserve a ticket for a tent at Ramstein’s Oktoberfest. Ticket hotline and more information: 06371-592220 Ticket price: €7 Halloween at Holiday Park Sat, Oct 20 & 27, Wed, Oct 31 & Sat, Nov 3 Hassloch Holiday Park is showing its Halloween spirit. Until 9 p.m. each day, the park offers a family friendly program. Ticket prices depend on the height of the child. They start at €6 and adults pay €26. Very small children are free. Location: Holiday-Park-Strasse 1-5, 67454 Hassloch
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Gaining confidence, tranquility through Aikido Story and photo by Airman 1st Class Holly Cook 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Peace, confidence and self-awareness. Mastering these qualities is just part of what the youth of the KMC learn in the youth Aikido class. According to www.senshiaikikai. com, Aikido, also known as the “Art of Peace,” is a traditional Japanese martial art that was developed in the 1920s. The art teaches students to redirect the energy of the attack rather than challenging it. When using this technique, the aggressor loses their balance and is thrown off or immobilized. Since April, the class has taught more than 150 children, ages 5 to 12, averaging 15 students per class. “With Aikido you don’t have to be young or skinny; it’s built for everyone,” said Silvia Eschenlauer, Ramstein Aikido class instructor. “I can show the children how to use skills that don’t need a lot of muscular abilities to perform.” Having the larger age range for the class allows the students practice the art with others who may be larger, smaller, older or younger. Due to the Aikido principle of “non-resistance,” the children perform techniques against opponents of any size or age. “Practicing in class with someone who is bigger than them lets them
Members of the youth Aikido class practice different defensive techniques Sept. 11 at the Youth Center on Ramstein. The children participate in the Aikido class to learn self-defense techniques from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m. and 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. Tuesdays.
know that they can defend themselves against any size opponent,” Eschenlauer said. “It helps build their sense of freedom and confidence.” When the students practice techniques on each other in class, Eschenlauer coaches them on what they are doing right and wrong. “Seeing the children receive reassurance from me and their partner, lets me know that they are learning,” Eschenlauer said. “When they prac-
Baumholder-breast cancer run
The Breast Cancer Awareness Run will be held Oct. 12 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. Oct. 13 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. Oct. 13 at the Landstuhl track. There
tice the technique multiple times, and get it right, I can see it in their eyes that they are more self-assured.” Students see the difference in themselves as well. “It builds my confidence and strength when I get to work with the other kids,” said Austin Horton, son of Senior Master Sgt. Stephen Horton, superintendent of U.S. Air Forces in Europe Public Affairs, after being asked about his favorite part of the class.
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 children 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
Learning self-confidence, tranquility, timing and balance are key ingredients in the youth Aikido classes, which take place from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m. and 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. on Tuesdays. Deriving from the Samurai way of life, Eschenlauer uses Aikido qualities of martial spirit, humility, effective technique and intense training to show children that it’s not about their size, it’s about their will.
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Oct. 12 — Breast Cancer Awareness Run Oct. 31 — Monster Mash Run Nov. 16 — Turkey Trot 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.
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Won’t Back Down (PG) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 10 p.m. Looper (R) 11:15 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 10:15 p.m. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG) 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 3:45 p.m., 6:15 p.m. Total Recall (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 10 p.m. SATURDAY - Won’t Back Down (PG) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 10 p.m. Looper (R) 11:15 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 10:15 p.m. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG) 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 3:45 p.m., 6:15 p.m. Total Recall (PG-13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 10 p.m. SUNDAY Won’t Back Down (PG) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m. Looper (R) 11:15 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. Total Recall (PG-13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. MONDAY - Won’t Back Down (PG) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m. Looper (R) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. Total Recall (PG-13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY - Won’t Back Down (PG) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m. Looper (R) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. Total Recall (PG-13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY - Won’t Back Down (PG) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m. Looper (R) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. Total Recall (PG-13) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY - Won’t Back Down (PG) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m. Looper (R) 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m. Total Recall (PG-13) 5 p.m., 7:45 p.m. TODAY -
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FRI OCT 05 - WED OCT 10 In Digital 3D: Finding Nemo 3D (G)Fri 15:30, Sat & Sun 13:30 Mon 15:30, Tue & Wed 16:00 In Digital 3D: Resident Evil Retribution (R)- Fri - Sun 20:15, Mon - Wed 20:30 Brave (PG)- Fri 15:30, Sun 13:30, Mon 15:30, Wed 16:00 The Bourne Legacy (PG13)- Fri - Sun 17:45, Mon 15:30, 18:00, Tue & Wed 18:00 Looper (R)- Fri 15:30, 18:00, 20:15, 22:30, Sat 15:30, 17:45, 20:15, 22:30, Sun 15:30, 17:45, 20:15, Mon 15:30, 18:00, 20:30, Tue & Wed 18:00, 20:30 Taken 2 (R)- Fri 15:30, 18:00, 20:15, 22:30, Sat 13:30, 15:45, 18:00, 20:15, 22:30, Sun 13:30, 15:45, 18:00, 20:15, Mon 15:30, 18:00, 20:30, Tue & Wed 16:00, 18:00, 20:30 Still showing: The Expendables 2 (R), Ted (R), The Dark Knight Rises (PG13), Ice Age 4 (PG) For Showtimes of Thur OCT 11 call 06371937 037 or see www.broadwaykino.com/kmc
Galaxy Theater (Vogelweh) Trouble with the Curve (PG-13) 4 p.m. Dredd (R) 7 p.m. SATURDAY - The Dark Knight Rises (PG-13) 4 p.m. The Watch (R) 7 p.m. SUNDAY End of Watch (R) 7 p.m. TODAY -
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Visit www.kaiserslauternamerican.com/movies.php for details keep him away from the season’s dog days, including embarrassing mishaps at a public pool and a camping trip that goes wrong. Starring Zachary Gordon and Steve Zahn.
Looper (R) — In the year 2042, a man working for a group of killers called Loopers (they work for the mob and kill people who are sent blindfolded back in time from the year 2072 by their bosses) recognizes a victim as himself. He hesitates, resulting in the escape of his older self. Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG) — During his summer vacation, Greg Hefﬂey hatches a plan to pretend he has a job at a ritzy country club, which fails to
Won’t Back Down (PG) — Two determined mothers look to transform their children’s failing inner city school. Facing a powerful and entrenched bureaucracy, they risk everything to make a difference in the education and future of their children. Starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis.
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Landstuhl Melkerei. Totally renov apartm, 155 sqm rent. 5 min to hosp, 10 min to RAB. 3 bedr, BIK, bathr, guest toilet w shower, open kitchen and livroom, garden+patio Hütschenhausen 10 min to RAB for 1100€+utils. Realtor Kurt 0170or US-hosp. Nice modern apart9966359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org ment. 115 sqm. 3 bedr, BIK, laundry room, balcony, 2 floors. Inter- Landtuhl/Atzel: nice 3 bedrm. net and US TV progs avail. Call re- apartment, livingrm., diningrm., altor Kurt 0170-9966359 or email built-in-kit., 1 bath, garage, balcony, basement, 620,-- € +util email@example.com www.agra-immobilien.de 06371/ 57656 Fully furnished 1BR Apt in Bruchmuehlbach, includes all utilities. No pets, no smoking €748 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lrg bright apt in Schwedelbach 95sqm 5min RAB big livrm 3BR 1.5bath BIK big balc covered €650 incl heat + water + 2carpk LL doesn't speak engl 06374-6649 Luxury apt approx, 160sqm in Landstuhl Melkerei for rent, high quality equip, first level, 3BR, 2.5bath, liv rm w/ open fire-place, bik, laundry rm, terrace, own little yard, garage. In quiet area. No pets, €1090+util. Call: 01707924187 or 0178-878-0410 after 2pm. No realtor!
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Mackenbach - RAB 3min, 1st floor 100sqm Apt, 2 BR, 1,5 bathrms, liv/dinr, (40sqm) big terrace, off street parking, A must see! Please call 06374-3302 or 0152-05639147 Mackenbach, 5 min RAB, nice Apt., 3BR, 2,5 Bath, Livr, BIK, Balcony, storage, Garage, 125 Sqm, 920 € Call 0176/78268048 or 0171/3729833 Martinshöhe, 10 min to hospital, 160sqm, 4BM apartmt, balcony, patio, 2 garages, E830, ImmoT. 016096096498 New 130sqm aptmt in Queidersbach, 2 bm, new open bik, floorheat, patio, E820, ImmoT. 016096096498 Nice furn quiet Apt, 100%, 60sqm, AFN, garden, carport, near forest, €540 + elec. 06308-1346 Queidersbach, apt, 4 bedr. liv/ dinrm, computerr. Bik, strg rm, 1.5 baths, balcony, bsmnt, garage, floor heating, 150 sqm, 970,00€ + util. Call 06371/912591 No Finders Fee !!
Ramstein - Kottweiler: New built, light modern 2Rm. Apt, 40sqm, hallway, Bath, BIK, € 595,- incl. util. 2months deposit, call Tel. 0170-3814237
Steinwenden, modern 3 bedroom apt, nice view, 105 sqm, 1.5 bath, kitchen, living-dinigrm., balcony, garage call: 01608560667
Ramstein Miesenbach, Brückenstrasse 3, livrm, Bik, 2BR, 1.5bath, stor, car park, €762 incl heat, €750, 06371-50831
Apt in a Triplex in Hermersberg!!!!!!!! Store, Bakery, meat house kindergarten and school (all within walking distance) 2BD/ 1BA/Lvg room. Huge Balcony with view. Large back yard / garden area. Located on main floor with private entrance. 350 + util , 2 yr lease special (no fee!) 72sqm/ english speaking call 8:00a-9:00p (leave message) Special ends Oct.14th. (we leave Germany) Must see to appreciate! 06333/ 63861
Ramstein 2BR apt, fully furn, 85sqm, BIK, new painted, new bath, nice apt, priv parking incl, no pets, single pers only please. €800,- incl util. except electr. €800,- deposit, avail now. Please call 06371-58449 or 06371-58434
Ramstein nice renovated apt 3BR, Bath, guest WC, BIK, big livrm, ca 104sqm w/balkony €670+util Tel. 06303-983078 or Waldmohr, new & exclusive firstname.lastname@example.org 3rms, bik, bath, 114sqm, terrace, Ramstein village. 5 min to RAB. 2park spot, sep entrance, fireFully furnished apartment, 1 bedr, place. E700 + util, no real estate alexander.ganiman@free BIK, bathr for 630 €. Call realtor fee! Kurt 0170-9966359 or email rodi@ net.de online.de Weselberg: nice 3BM 1st floor Ramstein: 3bm aprtment, 1,5 apartmt, carport, E1100 all inclubaths, patio, yard, no pets! E 580, ded, ImmoT. 016096096498 ImmoT. 016096096498 Ramstein-Miesenbach Apt 65sqm 5km RAB fully furn avail now ideal for single TLA possible 06371-50456
Reuschbach nice quiet 142qm, Queidersbach, new reovated 4br, liv, din, 2bath, BIK, balc, 2bm apartmt, 120sqm, 1st floor, SAT, AFN, DSL, incl. heat+garapatio, E980 all incl, ImmoT. ge, 8km RAB €1080 063837276 016096096498 or 015736123738 Queidersbach: nice 2 bm 1st Rutsweiler: Very nice floor apartmt, bik, patio, yard, E dern Apt, 105sqm, 450, ImmoT. 016096096498 floor-heat, yard, garage util 06371-943312-16, Queidersbach: very nice Apt. 3 Bdr. liv/dinrm. Bik, 1,5 bath, stora- maWild-Immobilien.de
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!!!360sqm Lux. small Castle, Obernheim (Landstuhl school) 7BR 4bath 2liv/din sauna 938sqm lot 2300â‚Ź +utl + dbl gar, 0157/ 74285394 housing appr !!Landstuhl 6 177mÂ˛ 1300.- CR Duplex, 4BR, Terr, 3,5BA, Basement, Garden, Garage, Fireplace, Available 15Oct Pets RE/MAX Real Estate Center, KL, Kerim Abane, Tel. 0631/41408880, realestate email@example.com !1 beautiful freest. house, 66885 Altenglan, built in 2003, 280 sqm., Carport, 6 bedr., 3 bath, large familyr., bik, storage, nice and quiet area, Rent 1875,- â‚Ź + util. â‚Ź1875 0160-4156206 15min Ramstein, FSH, 150 sqm, 4 BDR, 2 baths, garage rent â‚Ź 1005 ZIAI Immobilien 06371 57888 2 min Ramstein, FSH 270 sqm, 6 BDR, 3 baths, double garage, rent 2300, ZIAI Immobilien 06371 57888 67735 Mehlbach, FSH, 160sqm, 3BR, liv/dinrm, BIK, lrg garden, 1000sqm prop, garage, big basement, open fireplace, covered terr, balc, nice view. Quiet area, â‚Ź 1140 + util. Avail 1 Nov, Call: 0151-20106428
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AirBase: 10 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@ yahoo.com Altenglan (Ramstein-School): Freest. House with a big yard and and a wonderufull view, 170sqm, 5BR/2BA, open-fire-place, 2 garages, carport, 239.000â‚Ź or to rent 1.350â‚Ź + util 06371-943311-16, www.GermaWild-Immobilien.de HĂźtschenhausen, 4BR, 145sqm, â‚Ź1000, Immobilien Hauschild, Tel. 06373-505600
October 5, 2012 Available with GP Residences: New modern HĂźtschenhausen House, 5 BR, 2.5 baths, liv/din rm, great bik, walk in closets, family room, storage, garage, yard, â‚Ź2,000. New modern BruchmĂźhlbach House, 4 BR, 2.5 baths, nice bik, liv/din rm, garage, storage, nice yard, 1,280. Large freestanding house south of Landstuhl, 8 BR, 3 baths, bik, liv/din rm, fireplace, storage, yard, garage, pet friendly, â‚Ź1,750. Large freestanding OlsbrĂźcken House, 5 BR, 2 baths, nice bik, liv/din rm with fireplace, yard, storage 2 garages, pet friendly, â‚Ź1,380. Modern Vogelbach House, 10 min from base and Landstuhl, 4 BR, 2 baths, bik, liv/ din rm, yard, garage, storage, â‚Ź1,000. Largely reduced fees, call 0162-4131-878 or 06372-3211. Beautiful freestanding home 240 mÂ˛ built 2011 in Siegelbach, 4 BR, 2.5 Bath, BIK, Liv/Din-Room, GasFloor-Heating, Garage, 1 small dog or cat allowed, Rent: 1920 Euro + util., Avail: October 5, 2012. For more info please call: GI Bill Pay Service & Real Estate, Tel.: 06371-465407 or 0160-1065196, E-mail: email@example.com Beautiful freestanding house, exclusive, 4 bedr, built-in kitchen, 2 baths, 200 sqm, fireplace, garage, basement, yard, terrace, 20min to Vogelweh, 20min Ramstein, 15min Landstuhl, Avail now. Rent 1430â‚Ź + Util Tel. 0160-7232065 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 BruchmĂźhlbach: Freest. House, 4BR/2BA, open-fire-place, big yard, terrace, balcony, garage, â‚Ź 1.480,- + util 06371-943311-16, www.GermaWild-Immobilien.de Comfortable renovated old farmhouse, Dorfstr. 16, 66424 Homburg/Altbreitenfelderhof near Waldmohr 5min, 7rms BIK liv rm din rm 2bath 2balc terrace basement yard parking. â‚Ź1100 + utl 0163-3505337 or MGBernd@ schlau.com Obermohr, 130sqm, new build, â‚Ź850 + util, call: 06371-51874 5$067(,1
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Duplex 20min to RAB, 155sqm bik din/liv rm 4BR office bath WC 3cellar rms gas&wood centr heat balcony w/BBQ garage carpk â‚Ź1000 + utl 0177-8412048 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 an cozy home. Duplex in Ramstein with off-road parking, for rent with terrace and a fence in back yard with a shed. Nice great neighborhood. 4 bedrooms, 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 an cozy home. Duplex Kaiserslautern, JuliusKravius-Weg 4, 138sqm, 3bdr, 1liv rm, 1din rm, studio, bik, 1.5 bath, terrace, balc, car park, no pets 06301-795005 or 015772877938 Duplex MĂźnchweiler, Gonbacherstr. 2, 180sqm, 4BR BIK, full bath, shower bath guest wc, granite flrs, floor heat, terr sm garden garage, â‚Ź1250 +util +2mo dep avail 1 Oct Call 06302-609169 or 0174-3135287
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FSH 130 m² in Huetschenhausen, 3 BR, 1.5 Bath, BIK, Liv/DinRoom, Yard, Pets allowed, 1 carport, Rent: 1000 Euro + util., Avail: All ads & pics can be viewed @ October 1, 2012. For more info www.class-world.eu please contact GI Bill Pay Service Erfenbach, 5 min to Vogelweh, ni- & Real Estate Tel.: 06371-465407 ce renovated house, 130 sqm, 4 or 0160-1065196, Email: BDR, 2baths, 2 garages, rent 900 email@example.com €, ZIAI Immobilien 06371 57888 FSH 160 m², 8 km to Landstuhl,
Kaiserslautern - Erlenbach row house, 4BR, liv/dinrm, kitchen, 2bathrms, garden, laundry, storage, terrace, garage, avail now, €1040 incl garage 0178-8950274
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: Fischbach (near K`town): freest. firstname.lastname@example.org
Krickenbach: nice 3 bm duplex, 2 baths, garage, basement, patio, yard, E 1200, ImmoT. 016096096498
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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 luxury house w. fully furnished apartment, living-diningroom with open fireplace, 5 bedrooms, 2,5 bathrooms, 2 b.i.k, 3 balcony, 2 double garages for 5-6 cars, terrace a. nice yard KD Baubetreuung €2570 06371-619033 / email@example.com
Fockenberg - Limbach: (RSschooldistrict) freest. House, 285sqm, 5BR/3BA, balcony, terrace, yard, carport € 2100.- + util 06371-943315-16, www.Germa Wild-Immobilien.de For rent: 1 Fam. House Niedermohr, renovated, 3-4 Bedr., 1 ½ bath, Patio, Garage, available now € 1500,-- RE/MAX Dreamhomes 4 U, Landstuhl, Kaiserstr. 4, 06371/6129262 or 0170 685 0060 Email wolfgang.wiedmann@re max.de. For rent: Semi - detached house in Ramstein city with todays commodity combined w/ the charms of a century ago. What you get: 3 sleeping-rooms, 1,5 completely new installed bath rooms, renovated large living room and kitchen, basement w/ washing machine/ dryer, space for 2 cars in the yard. Part of the garden to be used by the tenant subject to arrangement with the landlady. €1100 firstname.lastname@example.org or 06371-51305
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 Freest FH in Hütschenhausen, 4rms, 1.5bath, approx 130sqm, carport. €1000 + util. Tel: 01711871-7684 Freest House 210sqm Bosenbach 4BR 2bath BIK w/island, lg front balc w/view private rear covered patio, nice yard 2x 2car garages, pets neg. 20min RAB, RAB schools, €1280 +util, Avail 1 Nov, Call:0176-32166335 Freest. house, Schmalenberg, renov, kindergarden in area, 200sqm, 15min Kl / Vogelw 5br, lrg liv-dinrm, new bik, 2bath furn, 3cellar rms, lrg balc, carport, SATTV, €1300 +util 0172-6836244 Freestnd House in Katzweiler, 220sqm, 5bdr, 1liv rm, 1din rm , 2 bik, 2 bath, terrace, balc, 1 car park, 06301- 795005 or 0157 72877938 House 100sqm 4rms Bruchmühlbach Friedhof Str. 7, (ring Friedhofstr. 5 - LLs House) BIK bath garage €485 +util 06372-4563 House, near Altenglan, 5rms, 2bathrm, lrg BIK, balc, small garden, €900, Avail 1 Sept, 01713349183
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Kaiserslautern, 5min to downtown, nice house, 270 sqm, 7 BDR, 3 baths, floorheat., fireplace, garage, yard, rent 1850 € ZIAI Immobilien 06371-57888
Landstuhl near hospital, triplex house 110sqm, 4 bedr, liv, bik, 2br, garden 250sqm, available now, No fees! €900 FSH 230 m² in Bolanden, 22 km 017620647869 or 0176-20109011 to Sembach, 4 BR, 2 Bath, 2 BIK, Landstuhl/Melkerei 150qm, 3 Liv/Din-Room, In-Law-Suite, 1 Ga- bdrm apart. w/2 room loft avail. 1 rage, Fenced yard, Pets allowed, Nov. 1 1/2 bath, 2 park places. 1 Rent: 1600 Euro + util., Avail: Oc- mo. deposit. 8 km to Ramstein, 4 tober 1, 2012. For more info plea- km to LRMC. Quiet area surrounse contact GI Bill Pay Service & ded by forest. No pets, no smoReal Estate Tel.: 06371-465407 or kers. €1160 plumto66@google 0160-1065196, Email: ramstein@gi mail.com billpay.com Landstuhl: freestanding 3 bedr., FSH in Sembach 190 m², 5 BR, 1 ½ bath, living-diningrm, built-in2.5 Bath, BIK, Family-Room w. kit- kit., patio, yard, garage, 950,-- + chen and fireplace, Patio, Yard, util, www.agra-immobilien.de Double-Garage, Gas heating, pets 06371/57656 negotiable, Rent: 1300 Euro + util., Avail.: Now. For more info Miesau, nice house, duplex, neplease call: GI Bill Pay Service & ar to base and hospital, ca. Real Estate, Tel.: 06371-465407 230sqm, 6Bedr., 2Bathr., Livr., or 0160-1065196, E-mail: Dinr., storage, laundry, sunroom, patio, garden garage, available email@example.com 01.Oct. mthl. rent 1.680 € + util, House in Hauptstuhl 225qm, new RMImmobilien@t-online.de or renovated, with garage and off- 06374-915430 road parking, for rent with a lot Miesenbach: freestanding 4-5 space as well as storage space. 5 bed., 3 ½ bath, living-diningrm, bdr, bath (1/2;3/4;1), spacious kitbuilt-in-kit., patio, yard, 2 car garachen (Bik) dining and living room ge, sauna , 2.500,-- + util area. The rooms are spacious and www.AGRA-Immobilien.de 06371/ all floors are tiled or laminate floo57656 ring. The monthly rent is 1.750,00 Euro, + utilities, deposit as well as St. Alban's Military a finder's fee. For more informatiCommunity on or to make an appointment, Episcopal Services don't wait call real estate Fettig HOLY EUCHARIST Immobilien on 0172 6182 688 and Sundays 10:30 have a look at your new home. Kapaun Chapel We are looking forward to work For more information please with you and find you a nice an call 480-6148 or 06372-3163 cozy home.
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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, "Café" 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.
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Nice house in Oberstaufenbach, 156 sqm, 3 bedrooms, 1 Âž bathrooms, kitchen, garage for two cars (electric gate), laundry room, All ads & pics can be viewed @ pet allowed. 1180 â‚Ź + security dewww.class-world.eu posit Call 06385/1888 or 0152/ Mittelbrunn, 5 mins to Landstuhl, 01011888 after 18.00 h, â‚Ź1180, freest. house, 200 sqm, 5 bed, 2 firstname.lastname@example.org bath, BIK, barnyard surroundings and beautiful big yard, gas hea- Nice new FSH, near Kusel, pets ting, av. now, â‚Ź1150+ut. Call allowed 20 min to RAB, 10min to 0172/6855976 or melindakka@ Baumholder, 120sqm, terrace, aol.com BIK, fast DSL internet, avail now,
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
balc, laundry, 950â‚Ź school distr. Ramst. 0163-5109879 Obermohr, 5 mins to Air Base, Nice FSH 130 mÂ˛, 20 min to RAB, modern freestanding house, douAccess to A62 1 km, 3 BR, 1 ble garage, radiant floor heating, Bath, BIK, Liv/Din-Room, Double- 225 sqm, 4 bed, 2 bath, designer Carport, Yard, Pets negotiable, BIK, loft, big yard, av. 20th oct, Rent: 950 Euro + carport + util., â‚Ź1650+ut. Call 0172/6855976 or Avail: Now. For more info please email@example.com contact GI Bill Pay Service & Real Estate Tel.: 06371-465407 or Otterberg: 4 bedr., 2 bath, 2 car 0160-1065196, Email: ramstein@gi garage, â‚Ź 1.250,-- + util., Weilerbillpay.com bach: 4 bedr., 2 bath, garage, â‚Ź
Ramstein 15 min, brand new FSH, 180sqm, 5 BDR, 2 baths, floorheating, rent 1500 â‚Ź, ZIAI Immobilien 06371 57888
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Ramstein - Obermohr, nice FSH, ca. 200sqm, 4Bedr., 2,5Bathr., Livr., Dinr., storage, laundry, patio, garden garage available now, mthl. rent 1.500 â‚Ź + util, or Near Ramstein new h. 160sqm, â‚Ź690 + util, Call: 0151-55833163 RMImmobilien@t-online.de 06374-915430 fr. priv. 4BR 2.5bath, bik, patio, from 20:30
Ramstein - area ( 10 min to Ramstein Air-Base): brandnew freest. house w. 270 sqm, big living-dining room a. open kitchen, 1 big bedroom with dressingroom bathroom, 2 big bedrooms, studio, 2 extra bathrooms, floorheating, elect. roller shutter, double garage, big yard KD Baubetreuung Queidersbach: brand new du- 1.330,-- + util., KL: 5 bedr., 2 â‚Ź2300 06371-619033 / kdplex, 2 bedr., 2 Â˝ bath, living-di- bath, 3 garages, â‚Ź 1.450,-- + util., firstname.lastname@example.org
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Reuschbach: Freest house with a nice view, 6BR/1,5BA, yard, terrace, open-fire-place, 2 ccar garag, Sauna, like 200sqm â‚Ź1.450,+ util 06371-943310, www.Germa Wild-Immobilien.de
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Schwedelbach: nice duplex, 164sqm, 3 bedr., livr, diningr, bik, studio, yard, pets are allowed, â‚Ź1150.- + util. Roth Immobilien 06374-994776 or 0171-1950606 Spesbach: new 230 sqm house, living-diningroom, kitchen w. b.i.k., 5 bedrooms, 2,5 bathrooms, garage, terrace a. yard KD-Baubetreuung â‚Ź1680 06371619033 / kd-baubetreuung@t-onli ne.de
Weilerbach - Eulenbis house, 3bdrm, liv/dinrm, large pantry, storage, 2 baths, kitchen, dish-washer, 170sqm, 2 parking spaces, incl util, extra elec. no realtor free, Rent â‚Ź1150,00, Call: 06371-50549 Weilerbach, cosy FSH, 160 sqm, 3 bed, 1.5 bath, basement, garage, av. now, â‚Ź1100+ut. Call 0172/ 6855976 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kaiserslautern, 5 km East.: Representative house with high class interior, 260 m² open floorplan, over 1000 m² property, 2 car All ads & pics can be viewed @ garage, Marble bathr, big open kitwww.class-world.eu chen, built in cabinets (walk in), Weilerbach: Big rowendhouse, Sauna, all floorheated, € 368.000,245sqm, 5BR/2,5BA, terrace, -RE/MAX Dreamhomes 4 U, LandKaiserstr. 4, 06371/ yard, carport, €1790.- + util stuhl, 6129262 or 0170 685 0060, email 06371-943315-16, www.Germa firstname.lastname@example.org Wild-Immobilien.de
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Former Doctors residence in Rodenbach. 2 joint houses + grannyflat. 1100 m² property. Central loc. In 2006/07 high quality renov. Main house: over 200m² living space + 180m² prep attic. 2nd house: 83m². Souterrain app. 65 m² + basement 120m² incl. 2 Garages. 11,5 sleeping Rooms, 3 kitchen (2 build-in) 3 baths + guest WC + Bright & spacious living room 70 m². with poss. Open fire pl. + noble entrance hall + 2 large terraces + 1 balcony. Wood-tilesStone floors. 3 sep. Entrances. Modern solar+oil+wood heating (large wood storage) Secure garden. Priv. sale (no brok fee!). €419,000, hausrodenbach@ya hoo.de
East of Kaiserslautern.: large Bungalow with extra appt. About 300 m² total livingspace, 5 bedr, living, great kitchen, 2 ½ great remodelled bathr, 2 car garage, Very quiet location € 299.000,-RE/MAX Dreamhomes 4 U, LandKaiserstr. 4, 06371/ Weselberg Farmh 200sqm 10min stuhl, 6129262 or0170 685 0060, email Kusel. Bungalow, Great view LRMC 4BR 3bath LR/DR eat-in very good residential area. Could BIK, + sep 60sqm Apt, laundry ga- email@example.com be partly furnished, more than rage quiet str 1130€ +utl 06333Kollweiler: freest house, 185 200 m² living space, about 700 m² 980401 or 0170-8769601 sqm, built 2004, 3 br, fireplace, property, availabel now asking € big patio, 2 gar, 617 sqm proper- 198.000,-- RE/MAX Dreamhomes HOUSES / APTS ty, great location near woods 4 U, Landstuhl, Kaiserstr. 4, FOR SALE 270.000,- E. JR Realty - reduced 06371/6129262 or 0170 685 0060 All ads & pics can be viewed @ fee - ph: 01703159692 or email wolfgang.wiedmann@re www.class-world.eu firstname.lastname@example.org max.de Weilerbach: New renov house with a nice view, like 250sqm, 5BR/4BA, open-fire-place, 2 balconies, garage, yard € 2.100,- + util 06371-943311-16, www.Ger maWild-Immobilien.de
!!! Landstuhl-Melkerei!!! Come and see this great duplex. 180qm living space 4BR/2BA. Fenced garden. Price € 255 000 RE/MAX Dreamhomes 4 U ask for Sonja Gray 06371/6129262 or 0160/ 3807277 Sonjagray@ymail.com
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2005 Nissan Pathfinder, 78,100 miles, auto, us spec, 4x4, pwr win/ locks/driver seat, 3rd row, roof rack, running boards, rear air, towing pkg $13,250 Obo 4 Bridgestone Blizzak WS60 Winhborstaddesigns@yahoo.com ter Tires 185/55R16 Purchased 2007 Blue Metallic HHR W/ from tirerack.com 11Dec11 for 59000miles, Remote start, new $468. 4279 miles on them (1 seatimken hubs, new rotors and son) $375 0171 180 7270 / pads, only 4000 miles on all wea- email@example.com ther tires Clean Car Must See! 95' BMW 530i, passed inspection $8000 C: 015156689707 / Sep 12', automatic trans, leather, firstname.lastname@example.org
10/2010 VW Polo 4dr. Confortline "Team", New - $23,385. Has 12,000 miles! Ger. Spec. Grey, PW, AC, PA, CL, RNS310 Nav. Aux-In, Only $15,950! Avail.24 Sep 017630314586 / kencass@ pjsnet.de
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BMW 316I, 1995, 186K km, German spec, manual, power windows, sunroof. Very good on gas $1800 email@example.com BMW 320 Model 2004 doors - 6 Gears, metalic, fully equiped e.g full leather seats, seat heating, power doors/breakes/windows/ sunroof, ESP, ABS, AC, stereo CD, garage kept, non smoking, well maintained w/ book, new Tires - Batterie and Oil change, Insp. guaranteed only â‚Ź 6.450 obo 0172 - 676 2717
BMW 523i in 2nd Hand since 7/ 2002! In Top Condition! New german TĂœV-Certificate 6 cyl., 170 HP; * Gray leather, online-AD: yes Dodge Grand Caravan SXT, US specs, 24k miles. Mint condition, in and out. 3.8 L, Stow&Go, New front brakes June 12. 4 winter tires/rims (10K miles). $15000 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lexus LS 400, built 1991, â‚Ź1500. If you like to include the spare parts: â‚Ź2500. Call: 07144-9989984
October 5, 2012 GM Nav Disc for Europe. Works in factory Nav systems to include Tahoe, Suburban, Silverado, Sierra, Avalanche Yukon, H2 and Cadillac DTS's and SRX's. $25.00 email@example.com Madza 626, sport edition, alloy wheels, dark windows, CD/radio, 5 speed, good condition, year 2000, new german inspection, 82,000km, + extra winter tires, 2750â‚Ź, Call: 06371-8383958 Mazda 323, year 12/94, 117000 km, automatic, dark blue â‚Ź950 0170 - 29 48 754 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
Kaiserslautern American Opel Omega Caravan, 1995, 5speed, silver metallic, trailer attachment, A/C, keyless entry, allow wheels, â‚Ź1520, Call 063025110 Opel Vectra, year 1991, very good condition, 70 000 miles, new tyres, new exhaust, 5 speed, inspection guaranteed â‚Ź1250 017621892246 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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 â‚Ź36,000, asOpel Zafira 1.9 CDTI Eur. Spec, king 13.750, Tel. 0152-24757642 Grey TitAnium 7 Seats, 75MKM, Last inspection MAY 12 sold with 4 New Tires/4 Winter tires /snowUS specs. 55K US miles. 4cyl. chains /roof bars. â‚Ź15000 Exc Cond. Very nice car that runs email@example.com great and gets good gas mileage with plenty of power for autobahn Snow tires, Bridgestone, M&S, driving. Passed Insp $12,900,00 195/65R15, new, $150 for the set. 0152 389 741 86 Call: 0170-9864874
Subaru Impreza WRX wheels with 215/45R17 Continental Extreme Winter Contact tires purchased from tirerack Dec11 for $572. 4470 miles (1 season) $775 0171 Mercedes CLK230 SportCoupe 180 7270 / firstname.lastname@example.org 1998, Silvergray Black Edition, 136K, Like New, Sound Sys, Park Sensoors, Extras â‚Ź6,900 email@example.com
Nissan Sentra, 2010, 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 0 $12,900.00 0152 389 741 86 Opel Corsa, 2009, orig. 1280km, cool & sound package, AC, â‚Ź10.500 obo Call: 0152-53699038
Toda K20A Valve Spring Set. Original price $400. Toda racing parts. Never used Asking $275 Ph.017622987498 / isabell_1_98@ yahoo.com
VW Tiguan SEL 2009 Loaded! Leather, cold weather pkg, airbags galore, privacy glass, alloy wheels, hands free, etc. Non-smoker. $19,650 obo 01717-575406 firstname.lastname@example.org
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BSA Troop 166-Ramstein looking for new/current scouts and adults to rebuild troop. Mtg Weds 7-8:30, Bldg 1009. ian@in icholls.com/0175-2736951
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Cleveland Browns fans are invited to join the Browns Backers Worldwide chapter in Kaiserslautern hosting watch parties every gameday in Otterbach Live!! AJ 0151-40417872 brownsbackersinktown@ya hoo.com
Exclusive Antique Freddyâ€™s Furniture ANTIQUES Only 4 miles from Ramstein Air Base 62
Mon-Sat from 10:00 to 18:00 (closed Wed.)
Rozaâ€™s Fine Handmade Carpets Original Flemish Tapestries.
Tel: 06372-803255 Hauptstrasse 94b 66882 HĂźtschenhausen www.freddyantiques.de
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Kaiserstr. 23 66849 Landstuhl Tel: 06371-13556
Open Friday and Saturday 8 am – 4 pm Ramstein, R i Fl Flurstr. 4 Tel. 0163-1 90 57 17
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Your Full Communication • Telephone/Internet DSL lines with fast activation! • Flatrate calls to USA • Support and Software in English • Cell Phones w/o contract
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Daisy Princess Tea Party! Come dressed as your favorite princess on Oct 14 at Ramstein Elementary Cafeteria from 2-4pm. For girls K1st grades. $5 for currently registered girl scouts & $15 for unregistered girls https://www.face book.com/RamsteinGS English speaking meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous available in the Kaiserslautern/Vogelweh Area. Our contact information is: AA Hotline-0157-36123097, www.aa-europe.net/countries/ger many.htm Facebook Group: Children with Diabetes Type I- Ramstein Germany. Parent run. Meet other families, start playgroups and join a support group. yunuenzimmerer@ gmail.com
Just found out your pregnant? Want to develop a relationship with one doctor for the term of your pregnancy? Considering having your baby off-base? ameri email@example.com Playgroup for parents with children ages 1 month-4 years meet in Hochspeyer every Wednesday. Please contact: a.brokovich@ gmail Quit Smoking Today! Army Public Health Nursing is offering Tobacco Cessation Classes for civilian and military personnel in the Kaiserslautern Military Community Area. New group begins 1st Wednesday of every month from 11301230 for four weeks at the Kleber DFAC, Back Dining Room Bldg. 3206. Advance registration is required. To register or for more information call Army Public Health Department at DSN 486-7002/CIV 06371-86-7002 or Kleber Health Clinic at DSN: 483-6099/CIV: 06371-83-6099.
Hochspeyer American Social Club. Meet your fellow neighbors Ramstein Girl Scouts Brownie from Hochspeyer & neighboring Bingo for 2nd & 3rd graders. Oct towns. Info on FB or email: 6 at KMCC from 2-4pm. $5 for firstname.lastname@example.org currently registered girls & $15 non-registered girls. Join MOMS Club of Kaiserslaustormycloud1979@yahoo.com tern at their Open House on Thursday, October 11th from 10:30-12:30 in the party room Reiki: Interested in forming a Reinext to the Kids Court at the ki Share Group? Please contact KMCC. KMC_momsclub@ya Jerry or Lorraine @ email@example.com ne.de
WIESBADEN DENTAL CARE Certified American Dental Hygienist and Certified Orthodontics.
Services we offer: • Family dentistry • Bleaching • Porcelain bonding • Full ceramic crowns & onlays in 1 day • Periodontal maintenance
• Implant sugery • Orthodontics • Root canals • Oral surgery • Nitrous Oxide for all procedures
3min from Army Airfield
06 11 - 98 87 26 50
Bah Bahnstrasse 14 65205 Wiesbaden 652 www.wiesbadendental.com ww
TRICARE Preferred Provider
At the American Urgent Care we offer: • American health care providers • Same day walk-in appointments • Episodic, acute, and chronic care appointments • Routine gynecologic exams
• Routine primary and internal medicine care • Sports and work physicals • Pediatric through geriatric care
At the American Rehab Clinic we offer: • American licensed Physical Therapist • Therapist specialized in: • Orthopedic • Neurologic • Cardiac • Lymphatic
• Certiﬁed Yoga instructors private and group sessions
To contact us today:
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Urgent Care: Tel: 06371 49 50 21 Fax: 06371 49 50 11
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Air Conditioner made by Remko, moveable, approx 3-4 years old but only used 2-3 times, great condition! Call 0152-05639147 HTC Sensation XE used but still in email me at delacruz061987@ gmail.com for pics â‚Ź240 firstname.lastname@example.org I have 3 20" old fashioned TVs for sale. Not flat screen! 100$ each. All work perfectly. Call: 01776036101 iPhone4 white 32Gb simlock only for t-mobile / Telekom customers. With car mount and charger, bag and Cover as well as Displayfoil â‚Ź250 email@example.com Older Grundig TV w/SAT receiver (no flat screen) works great â‚Ź80 for both obo Call: 06386-6711 Sony Trinitron 25" TV, traditional (not flat screen), 7 yrs old, kept in spare office, barely used, $50, Call 0163-330-5535, Lv Msg
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Kaiserslautern American Beautiful Polish tea service still w/ Free Cleveland Browns fans are authentic labels. I bought when I invited to join the Browns Backers was in Poland. Call: 0177-6036101 Worldwide chapter in Kaiserslautern hosting watch parties every Collection of leather bound, sigameday in Otterbach Live!! AJ gned by the author, 1st edition 0151-40417872 books, mint cond. Over 100 diffebrownsbackersinktown@ya rent books. Authors include: Norhoo.com man Mailer, William F. Buckley, Joseph Heller, Elie Wiesel, Donald German Handmade! OCULI CULMc Dunne, John Updicke, Tom TUS SECRETI 2nd Military IntelliWolfe, etc. $ 15.000 - serious in- gence Battalion Unit Insignia quiries only! Call: 0631-940213 or Wood Picture Inlay. Pair 37x25 cm. firstname.lastname@example.org â‚Ź100 0151-270-19822 email@example.com Copper cauldron solid hand for- Giant Antique Warehouse Sale, ged work, about 200 years old, Sat & Sun 6 & 7 Oct, 10am-3pm looks great next to fire place as Schneeweiderhof 11, 67754 Esslog storage $350, 0631 270641 / weiler Map: www.schoolhouse-an firstname.lastname@example.org tiques.com Electric Squire Stratocaster, like Green suede handbag. With new condition, comes with hards- three compartments. Zipper top. hell case, sunburst color, good be- $20 0176-22987498 please leave ginners or intermediate guitar a message if I do not answer. $400.00 Rod at yeoldingo@hot Jugendstil furniture over 100 years old. A variety of items, mail.com grandfather clock (Harmonium), Fall / Winter Vest, natural Siberi- crystal glasses, Murano glasses, an Fox fur, rich bright color! Pre- Meisner porcelain figurines, pare yourself for cold weather! 200years old, coffee and Tea set. $400 0176-703 -36-001 or email: Call: 0177-5211480 email@example.com Kids adidas soccer shoes, US siGargoil carved dining table, oval ze 1, EU 32, black & red, worn a extendable to 8ft, french, about few times. Non marking. $35. 200 years plus old $870 0631 0176-22987498, pics on classworld 270641 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Jade MASSAGE AG GE Â‡ Relax, Ayurveda Massage ge PHILIPP-REIS-STR. 9 66849 LANDSTUHL Please call for appointment
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"Safety 1st" carseat, used for about 1 year, very good condition, from non-smoking car, accident-free!!! Car seat good between 22-65 pounds, $50 0176703 -36-001 or email: zemfirita@ gmail.com
A large variety of boys clothing. Pick out five either pants or shirt or both for only $20. Age 2 to 7, 017622987498 Antique Recline metal bed with a brand new custum made mattress for sale, never been used just for decoration. Please call 0176- 965 39 677 $100 usd, lakeviewtla@ya hoo.de
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Porcelain dolls, over 100 to choose from, all dressed. Price Obo Call: 0176-90796039
Russian Quinn Evizabet time copper coin, year 1749, (263 years old!) I found it myself in Siberia, Like new condition, 'cause kid Russia last summer, have also things. $350 obo, prefer to sleep with mami, good other quality, paid $119, asking only 017670336001 $45, no stains, and etc, 0176-703 -36-001 or email: zemfirita@ Sell handmade stick pictures of a legacy. Different sizes and motifs gmail.com of Bavaria 12 euro per picture size Marshal Piano, black polished from 25 cm to 53 cm. Neg â‚Ź12 with piano bench. Must See! email@example.com 06374-914463 $2,700.00 firstname.lastname@example.org Swarovski Pegasus - From the Pink and white snake skin purse, 1998 "Fabulous Creatures" Senot real. pics on www.class- ries. Retired in 1998, Asking $500. world.eu email@example.com Ph. 06374/944828
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We accept VAT-Forms
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Kitchen table and 2 chairs, light wood, $40, 4-drawer chest $10, glass-top table and 3 chairs $40, entertainment cabinet $10, lt brn leather TV recliner $70. Call 06374-1277.
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50s chair / phone bench $240, 0631 270641 / jbliemel@hot mail.com A baby stroller, $50, highchair wood, $50, large candle stand, $20, an adult walker, (rolletor), $20, all items like new, Call: 06371-614277
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• SCAR SPARING breast REDUCTIONS – even in large reductions! All ads & pics can be viewed @ No T-shaped scars! www.class-world.eu • NEW breast LIFT techniques – reshaping your breast – providing a perky look! Swarovski Crystal - Attention col• Breast AUGMENTATION procedures lectors! Christmas is coming, all We accept 19% VAT forms • TRICARE preferred provider retired pieces reduced to half Dr. Bianca Knoll • Savignystr. 61 • 60325 Frankfurt • Fon: 069-7422-7979 their value, All pieces over Email: email@example.com • www.dr-bianca-knoll.com 20years old! Prices greatly reduced! Great gift for any special occasion! Private collection! Retired Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery • Certiﬁed in Oral Implantology and Aesthetic Facial Surgery pieces. koala bear mother and baHölzengraben 2, 67657 Kaiserslautern • Tel: 0631-371170 • E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org by, Panda mother & baby, whale, turtle. Call for info: 06332-41560 • Oral Surgery • Dental Implants between 2pm to 9pm. Can deliver • Computer Implant Planning to RAB! • Periodontics • Dental Hygienist Service Swarovski SC Isadora & Antonio, • Comprehensive Dental Service from the trilogy (magic of dance) in General Anaesthesia 2002 & 2003, w/crystal signs & • Regional Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery for Facial Skin Cancer displays) will sell separately, Price We speak English • Laser Treatment 299 € each obo Call: 0162• Laser Hair Removal Openings: 2762421 • Traumatology Mon, Tue, Thu 7.30 – 11.30 • In- and Outpatient Procedures Mon, Tue, Thu 14.00 – 16.00 Swarovski, silver, crystal, trilogy Wed + Fri 7.30 – 12.00 • 3D X-Ray masquerade, 1999-2001, w/crystal signs & displays, 899€ obo Call: 0162-2762421 The Swarovski Pierrot mesasures 8". This is the first edition of "Masquerade" series. Retired in 1999. Pics on www.classworld.eu email@example.com Two white glass lamps purchased at ikea, with flower design. Paid 13 euros each asking 10 each, €10 017622987498
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October 5, 2012 Titanic trunk, 1. class travelers trunk, turn of century, original labels of Cunard & other liners on it, openes to wardrobe stand and drawers, $950, 0631 270641 / firstname.lastname@example.org Documents for Sale! USA and CSA documents, coins of Germany and China, private collection, for sale piece by piece. Call between 4-7pm 0152-25194313 (David Frank) Vitrine, Mahagoni from the 1920s, for displaying collectables or use as office furniture, $350 0631 270641 / jbliemel@hot mail.com Wine Rack/Holder, holds six bottles, attractive metal finish, fits perfectly in a small, narrow space. $10; 0163-330-5535 or john@ad vantipro.de
Dining table w/ 2 benches, massiv wood - oak style, €250 017690796039 Full-size sofa bed with mattress for sale. 06374-914463 $450.00 email@example.com German Sideboard and Highboard for Sale. Oak-rustic color, massiv. Great condition! New €1200 each, now selling for €250 each! Call: 0176-907-96039 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 Wood frame picture. From Ash- pics field Arts. Made in the UK. Paid Oak dining room table, 2 leaves, $500. see class-world.eu for pics. 5 chairs $225.00 0175-9987229 firstname.lastname@example.org Oak Shelf with 2 boards. Great
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Toddler bed with mattress. 06374-914463 $45.00 06374Burgundy Sofa and Loveseat. Li- 914463 ke new! 06374-914463 $400.00 Very old cabinet for sale. Henry II. €750 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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Restored turn of the century 1900 antiques, obo quick sale: round oak table with carved animal base (feet), oak / pine bed with 2 mirrored dressers, washstand, one drawer cherry desk, mahogany mirrored hallway schrank, wooden sleds, wooden low bookshelves with glass doors, oceanliner streamer trunk, oak telephone bench, jeribliemel@ hotmail.com or call after 9 Sept 0631-270641
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Pharmacy Technicians needed at Ramstein AFB, Germany. Fluent in German and English – 3 yrs. exp req. Contact Rebekah at 513984-1800 ext.119, fax 513-9844909, or email rhasting@sterling medcorp.com Registered nurses - Family practice needed in Ramstein AFB, Germany, Contract Position - 1 Yr. Pediatric Exp. Req. - Excellent Compensation! Contact Rebekah at 800-852-5678 ext.119, fax 513984-4909 or email at rhasting@ sterlingmedcorp.com Registered nurses - Pediatric needed in Ramstein AFB, Germany, Contract Position - 1 Yr. Pediatric Exp. Req. - Excellent Compensation! Contact Rebekah at 800-852-5678 ext.119, fax 513984-4909 or email at rhasting@ sterlingmedcorp.com
Want to stay in Europe? Carreers in financial planning available, your choice of location. US Broker / Dealer in Heidelberg seeking sales representatives.
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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”
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