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September 25, 2015
Volume 39, number 38
KMC kicks off CFC-O 2015
by Senior Airman Jonathan Stefanko 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
The Combined Federal CampaignOverseas campaign kicked off its annual campaign Sept. 21 and it will continue through Nov. 20 in all ﬁve overseas commands. During the campaign season, Department of Defense personnel can contribute to help people in military communities across the nation and around the world. The theme of the CFC-O 2015 is “give because you care.” This theme underscores the importance of passion in charitable giving. “The theme ‘give because you care’ emphasizes the spirit of the campaign and invites contributors to support causes that have personal signiﬁcance,” said Constance Baker, European Command and Africa Command campaign manager. “With more than 2,600 national and international charities in the CFC-O listing, contributors are sure to ﬁnd a cause that is close to their hearts.” On Vogelweh, an Army versus Air
Photos by Senior Airman Nicole Sikorski
Airmen and Soldiers play bubble soccer at the Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas kickoff Sept. 15 on Vogelweh. For the second year, the Air Force team won against the Army.
Force bubble soccer match was held to initiate the kickoff, raise spirits and spread awareness of the campaign.
“The Kaiserslautern Military Community came together as a team to kick off the CFC-O. After all, the
CFC (and CFC-O) campaign(s) (are) a See CFC-O, Page 2
designed to offset the prices on non-housing goods and services. It is intended to equalize purchasing power so that members can purchase the same level of goods and services overseas as they could if they were stationed in the Continental United States. COLA is calculated by comparing the prices of goods and services overseas with average prices for equivalent goods and services in the CONUS. If the costs are higher in an overseas location, then members will receive a COLA.
Tip of the Week Fall is here. Motorists should watch out for fog and wet leaves.
Team Ramstein celebrates Air Force's 68th birthday, Page 6
Members can calculate their COLA payment at www.defensetravel.dod. mil/site/colaCalc.cfm. Service members and commands play a critical role by participating in the survey. Members are asked to report on which local stores they shop in and what percentage of purchases are made at local market outlets, commissaries, exchanges, mail order or internet purchases and purchased in the U.S. for use overseas. See SURVEY, Page 3
n the next few weeks, service members will get a chance to help shape their overseas cost of living allowance payments. In October 2015, the Department of Defense will ask members stationed in Germany to participate in a living pattern survey, which captures where and how non-housing goods and services are purchased, a factor that directly affects COLA received by members.
“Every member receiving COLA should set aside a few moments to participate in this survey. Your feedback is crucial to accurately represent the cost of living in Germany. You have a vested interest in this survey's success,” said Capt. Eric Hulshizer, the Locality Allowance coordinator for Ramstein. The survey will be opened only during October and will be managed through the Defense Travel Management Ofﬁce. Overseas COLA is a non-taxable, supplemental pay allowance
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Survey grants chance to impact COLA payments
Culinary hike leads through vineyards, Page 16
'Best Warriors' named after competition, Pages 20 and 21
September 25, 2015
Habits: are they helping or holding you back?
by Lt. Col J. David Hood 86th Maintenance Group deputy commander Every New Year’s Eve, I think about the resolutions I’d like to adopt for the next year. Quite a few tend to focus on creating or fostering good habits while eliminating bad habits: exercise more, eat healthier foods, read additional professional books, eliminate procrastination or spend more time staying in contact with old friends. I recently dusted off a great book I had read a while back, “The Power of Habit” by Charles Duhigg, which gave me some great insights on how we form habits and how we can change bad habits. The book also has an appendix, which directs you toward putting these thoughts into practice. As Duhigg describes in his book, one executes daily habits and routines without much thought. This is the primary benefit of habits: the brain allows us to execute them using little brainpower in order to conserve that brainpower for solving greater problems. Think about your routine for getting ready to drive a car: open the door, sit down, fasten seat belt, foot on the brake, lights on, ignition
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team effort,” Baker said. “All services are pulling together to raise funds for people in need, and a little friendly competition is a great way to start.”
on, check emergency brake, shift into reverse, etc. This routine happens before you’ve truly thought about performing each step. Habits don’t just happen for people. Your organization has many routines which either help or hinder mission accomplishment. Therefore, habits can be good for us and our organizations. While we want to continue our good habits, we really want to attack bad habits. So how does the habit loop work? According to Duhigg, habits are created from following a three-step process over and over again: cue, routine and reward. Cues tell the brain to execute a specific process and can include many categories such as time, location, emotional state, events or specific people. Once a cue is received, the brain then executes a routine. Following the routine, we receive a reward which can be as simple as the successful completion of a work task. Thankfully, a habit or organizational routine doesn’t usually form after performing this cycle once. Otherwise, we’d be locked into a lot of bad habits every time we attempt something for the first time. Repetition helps lock in the routine, but the reward is also a key factor. Am I getting the desired reward by performing this habit? Furthermore, not all habits are created equally. As Duhigg
The CFC-O offers contributors the opportunity to give using the traditional paper pledge card or through e-Giving at www.cfcoverseas.org. Contributors who are interested in supporting their local overseas
The U.S. Army Europe Band and Chorus performs during the opening ceremony of the Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas kickoff Sept. 15 on Vogelweh. The kickoff included a performance by the band, cake cutting, a bubble soccer game and an awards presentation for the winning soccer team.
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states in his book, keystone habits are ones that, when they start to shift, dislodge and remake other patterns. What if you were able to get 30 minutes of additional sleep each night? Those 30 minutes may translate into increased productivity and attentiveness at work, increased physical training scores and improved health. Each one of these factors now may drive further improvements in work, PT and health. In other words, additional sleep could be a force multiplier. Changing habits begins with the routine you’d like to change. First, find that personal habit or organizational routine that is causing problems for you or your organization. Then take a look at the potential rewards. Perhaps changing your reward will allow you to alter the routine. You may not be able to change the cue, but you may now have a different routine to execute when you receive the same cue. Making the time to take stock of our good and bad habits, both personally and professionally, is not an easy task, but taking time to invest in improving your personal habits and organizational routines will have a positive and lasting effect on you and your organization. Good luck!
military communities can make a contribution to Family Support and Youth Programs. Donations to FSYP are returned to the installation to support quality-of-life programs for overseas service members and their families. “Contributors from the KMC are not only making a difference around the world, but also directly in their military communities,” Baker said. “Undesignated contributions are returned to the overseas military installation of origin to be invested in quality-of-life programs.” The Combined Federal Campaign and CFC-O, on behalf of approved charitable organizations, are the only authorized ways to solicit federal employees in their workplaces. The mission of the CFC is to support and promote philanthropy through a voluntary program that is employee-focused, cost-efficient
Brig. Gen. Jon T. Thomas, 86th Airlift Wing commander, speaks at the opening ceremony of the Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas kickoff Sept. 15 on Vogelweh. The CFC-O holds an annual fundraiser that helps commanders improve quality-of-life programs for service members.
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September 25, 2015
USAG Rheinland-Pfalz hosts resilience fair at KMCC
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This information will tell analysts how members use the local economy, as well as where prices should be collected for the comparison against the same products and services in the U.S. This and other data determines the COLA index and directly impacts the payments service members receive. While a location’s COLA index is reviewed each year, the survey is only conducted every three years. Because of this three-year cycle, commands are stressing the importance of completing the survey. “This is a prime opportunity for members to have a direct impact on the amount
of COLA they receive,” said Randall Ries, the Germany Country Allowance coordinator. The electronic survey takes just 30 to 45 minutes to complete and should be completed by the service member or spouse who has knowledge of household spending patterns. In completing the survey, service members should ensure that answers reflect actual shopping patterns. For more information on the survey, members can contact the 86th Comptroller Squadron Financial Analysis Flight at 480-4791 or 06371-47-4791 or the U.S. Army Europe G1 Military Pay section at 537-1073/1071 or 0611-143-537-1073/1071.
Paper T-shirts hang on a display board during the Ready and Resilient information fair at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center Sept. 11 on Ramstein. The clothesline project is for people to decorate shirts and hang them to support domestic violence victims. From Oct. 4 through 9, the Family Advocacy Program will be hanging them in the KMCC food court.
Story and photos by Staff Sgt. Leslie Keopka 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz held a Ready and Resilient information fair Sept. 11 at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center food court. With September being Suicide Prevention Month, the Air Force and Army teamed up to raise awareness and provide useful information to service members and their families. The fair consisted of different agencies providing individuals with the knowledge and tools they need to become more resilient. “Today is all about resiliency,” said U.S. Army Command
Sgt. Maj. Edward J. Williams III, USAG Rheinland-Pfalz command sergeant major. “We have different units, organizations and agencies set up to discuss their services. We want to help and assist individuals with emotional, mental and physical concerns and teach them how to deal with different situations.” The fair had representatives from agencies such as the Family Advocacy Program, American Red Cross, USO, Army Sexual Harassment Assault Response and Prevention, Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention and Response and the Army Community Service. “The agencies focused on resiliency and taking care of (oneself),” said Christopher
U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Lance Clark, 19th Battlefield Coordination Detachment plans NCO in charge and victim advocate, speaks to individuals during the Ready and Resilient information fair at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center Sept. 11 on Ramstein. Clark was providing attendees with information on the Army Sexual Harassment Assault Response and Prevention program.
BIO-CLEANING VAT-forms PET ODOR REMOVAL accepted Building blocks are displayed on the Educational and Developmental Intervention Services information booth at the Ready and Resilient information fair. The fair had agencies such as the American Red Cross, USO, Army Sexual Harassment Assault Response and Prevention, Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention and Response and the Army Community Service available to provide information to attendees.
M. Lavin, USAG RheinlandPfalz Suicide Prevention program manager. “Adequate sleep, a good level of physical activity and healthy nutrition can all contribute to preventing suicide.” Williams spoke to all the vendors and volunteers prior to the information fair kickoff and informed them to be as helpful as possible to individuals seeking assistance. “Nothing is permanent; everything is only temporary,” Williams said. “Whatever it is you are going through, we can assist you.” While the agencies were only set up in the KMCC for one day, their services are always available to service members, civilians and dependents.
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7:45 a.m.: A major trafﬁc accident with injuries was reported in Kaiserslautern involving two activeduty members of the 86th Airlift Wing. 8:30 a.m.: A major trafﬁc accident with injuries was reported in Schmitshausen involving an activeduty member of the 86th Airlift Wing and a local national.
9:56 a.m.: A major trafﬁc accident was reported on Ramstein involving a local national and an activeduty member of the U.S. Army Garrison RheinlandPfalz. 11:56 p.m.: A major trafﬁc accident was reported in Hoeheischweiler involving an active-duty member of the 86th Airlift Wing.
5:10 a.m.: A major trafﬁc accident with injuries was reported in Ramstein-Miesenbach involving an employee of the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Java Cafe and a local national. 8:10 a.m.: Fleeing the scene of a major trafﬁc accident was reported in Sembach involving an unknown driver and an active-duty member of U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz. 2:21 p.m.: Larceny and failure to pay for services were reported on Ramstein involving an active-duty member assigned to the 86th Airlift Wing.
2:24 p.m.: Harassment and the communication of a threat were reported at an unknown location involving an active-duty dependent of 86th Airlift Wing towards an active-duty member and dependent spouse of the 3rd Air Force. 6:04 p.m.: A major trafﬁc accident with injuries was reported in Kaiserslautern involving a local national and an active-duty member of U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz. 9 p.m.: Theft of a motor vehicle was reported in Bruchmuehlbach-Miesau involving an active-duty member of the 86th Airlift Wing. 9 p.m.: A house break-in was reported in Schoenenberg-Kuebelberg involving an active-duty member of the 86th Airlift Wing, their dependent, and a local national. 11:01 p.m.: An assault was reported in RamsteinMiesenbach involving an active-duty member of the 86th Airlift Wing and their dependent.
2:40 a.m.: Drunken driving was reported in Kaiserslautern involving an active-duty member of U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz. 6:40 a.m.: A major trafﬁc accident was reported in Kaiserslautern involving an active-duty member of the 86th Airlift Wing and a local national.
7 a.m.: Drunken driving causing a major traf-
• In an effort to better serve the beneficiaries of the 86th Medical Group, the following is a forecast of clinic closures due to U.S. holidays and mandatory training days: Oct. 8 (MDG training day); Oct. 15 (Columbus Day); Nov. 11 (Veterans Day); Nov. 12 (MDG training day, closed from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.); Nov. 26 (Thanksgiving); Nov. 27 (Family Day); Dec. 10 (MDG training Day, closed from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.); Dec. 24 (Christmas Eve); Dec. 25 (Christmas); and Dec. 31 (New Year’s Eve). This forecast will be amended when applicable. As the clinic improves its processes, they welcome customer feedback. To provide feedback, contact Maj. Janelle Quinn, 86th MDG practice manager at 479-2687 or firstname.lastname@example.org. • The KMC Housing Office as well as the Furnishings Management Office will be closed Oct. 12 in observation of Columbus Day. Customer service hours will resume Oct. 13. On Oct. 14, both offices will close at 11:30 a.m. due to training. Customer service hours will resume Oct.15.
Heat, hot water outage
Due to heat system modernization, the following buildings will experience a temporary heat and hot water outage from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday. On Vogelweh: Bldgs. 2745 to 2749,
ﬁc accident was reported in Reichenbach-Steegen involving an active-duty member of the 86th Airlift Wing. 4:28 a.m.: A neglected child was reported on Vogelweh Family Housing involving an active-duty member of U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz. 11:20 p.m.: A major trafﬁc accident was reported on the A63 direction Mainz involving a member of the USO in Europe and a local national.
2:29 a.m.: Drunken driving was reported in Kaiserslautern involving an active-duty member of U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz. 4:32 a.m.: Drunken driving with a revoked license was reported in Kaiserslautern involving an activeduty member of the 86th Airlift Wing and their dependent. 4:39 a.m.: Drunken driving causing a major trafﬁc accident was reported in Kaiserslautern-Erlenbach involving a dependent member of the 86th Airlift Wing. 6:27 a.m.: An unlawful entry was reported in Kaiserslautern involving an active-duty member of the U.S. Army TDY to 3rd Air Force. 8:05 p.m.: A domestic disturbance and physical altercation were reported on Vogelweh Family Housing involving a child and spouse of a sponsor assigned to Headquarters U.S. Air Forces in Europe staff.
2751 to 2757, 2759 and 2761 to 2770. On Kapaun: Bldgs. 2765, 2766, 2767, 2769, 2771, 2772, 2773, 2791, 2794, 2778, 2779 and 2785. The cold water supply will not be affected. Plan accordingly to minimize requirements for hot water use during the outage. For details, contact the 86th Civil Engineer Squadron Engineering Flight at 480-5809.
ROP Line updated
The Ramstein Out-Processing Line will be consolidating a phase 1 and 2 schedule into one briefing. The new schedule will begin 8:30 a.m. Oct. 5. The ROP briefing is designed to assist members with their transition from Ramstein to their new duty location. This briefing is most beneficial if members attend six months from their date of estimated return from overseas and/or at the time of assignment notification, whichever is earlier. ROP is held every Monday at 8:30 a.m. ROP is not held during shortened weeks due to a holiday or family day. No preregistration is required. For details, email email@example.com or call 480-6559.
Purse, scarf swap meet
The Cancer Association Rheinland-Pfalz will sponsor, in observation of breast cancer awareness month, a “Pink Party” from 6
to 10 p.m. Oct. 8 in the Edith-Stein-Haus in Kaiserslautern. The free after work Pink Party under the motto “Women against breast cancer” will feature a purse and scarf swap meet. Females are asked to donate valuable purses and scarves, and in turn they can buy secondhand ones at the meet for €1 each. All proceeds will go to the Cancer Association. Donations can be dropped off at the Cancer Association’s office, Gersweilerweg 14a in Kaiserslautern.
Fire Prevention Week
The Ramstein Air Base Fire Prevention Team and AAFES Exchange Loss Prevention will celebrate Fire Prevention Week from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 9 at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center food court. The event will feature a ﬁre prevention trailer, ﬁre extinguisher training, Sparky the ﬁre dog and weather permitting, a bouncy castle.
Free winter safety checks
A German automobile club and AAFES Exchange Loss Prevention will offer free vehicle winter safety checks from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center. Customers can choose two of the following inspection items: light test, antifreeze check, tire check, brake ﬂuid check, battery test or alternator test.
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Airman Ryan Darish, 86th Medical Support Squadron uniform business office technician, and Gen. Frank Gorenc, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa commander, cut a cake during the Air Force Ball Sept. 12 on Ramstein. The U.S. Air Forces in Europe Band performs “Ruffles and Flourishes” during the Air Force Ball Sept. 12 on Ramstein. The cake-cutting ceremony is an Air Force tradition in which the lowest and Team Ramstein celebrated the Air Force’s 68th birthday by paying homage to the 25th anniversary of Operation highest ranking Airmen in the room cut the cake together. Desert Storm.
Team Ramstein celebrates Air Force’s 68th birthday
A lone table sits on the sideline during the Air Force Ball Sept. 12 in remembrance of the military members and civilians who are missing in action, prisoners of war and those killed in combat. The Air Force Ball consisted of guest speakers commemorating the 25th anniversary of Operation Desert Storm and the traditional Air Force birthday cake-cutting ceremony.
Air Force leaders and guests stand for the singing of both the German and American national anthems during the Air Force Ball Sept. 12 on Ramstein. The Air Force officially celebrated its 68th birthday as an independent branch on Sept 18.
Gen. Frank Gorenc, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa commander, speaks at the Air Force Ball Sept. 12 on Ramstein. Gorenc spoke about the Air Force’s accomplishments throughout its 68 years as well as the importance of being the world’s greatest Air Force.
September 25, 2015
September 25, 2015
Enlisted Airmen: a legacy of professionals by Tech. Sgt. Torri Hendrix Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs Command Information WASHINGTON — Professionalism was the common thread when the Air Force’s senior enlisted leader talked about the Airmen of yesterday, today and tomorrow during the Air Force Association’s Air and Space Conference and Technology Exposition Sept. 16 in Washington, D.C. “I want to talk to you about the legacy of more than seven million enlisted men and women in our Air Force, and how proud I am of them,” said Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody. “There is no question that our Air Force looks different because of the legacy and the commitment of those who came before us, and we have to carry that forward.” He explained the commitment carried by today’s Airmen and their responsibility to propel the Air Force into the future, all while maintaining a culture of integrity, service and excellence. “We understand in our chosen profession that it is a higher calling with higher standards,” Cody said. “We defend our nation and win its wars.
Photo by Staff Sgt. Whitney Stanfield
Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody thanks Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III for his exceptional service by presenting him with an invitation to an Order of the Sword ceremony, following Cody's Enlisted Force Update at the Air Force Association's Air and Space Conference and Technology Exposition Sept. 16 in Washington, D.C.
We all take an oath and it really is a constant reminder of the gravity of that commitment to our nation. We live by core values that guide us in everything that we do.” Cody said today’s enlisted force is the most educated, experienced and capable it has ever been. Ninety-four percent of enlisted Airmen have some colleg-
education; 80 percent of Airmen know nothing more than a career of continuous combat operations. The Air Force is continuously advancing education opportunities, technologies and methodologies to grow more effective leaders. “How we leverage our Airmen today is unprecedented in the history of our force,” Cody said. “We are
a pretty phenomenal Air Force and really an exceptionally, exceptionally professional enlisted force.” He encouraged Airmen to constantly develop themselves and those around them, using honest and meaningful feedback and tools like MyVector to connect with Airmen at all levels. “Connecting with our Airmen … is essential to our professional force,” Cody said. “(It’s not) just about getting a job done ... it’s a lot more than that in our chosen profession.” The chief expressed his pride in today’s Airmen and in their families, and the confidence he has in the enlisted force. He shared stories of Airmen from across the force, highlighting their professionalism and dedication to service. “When you take a professional force that’s proud of what they do, you know what you get? You get performers,” he said. “This is our Air Force; these are our Airmen. This is what they do and how can you not be extremely proud? There are a lot of great things about being the chief master sergeant of the Air Force, but there is nothing, nothing better than spending time with Airmen.”
Time with MAJCOM commanders at the four-star forum by Tech. Sgt. Meredith Mingledorff Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs Command Information WASHINGTON — Members of the Air Force, Air Force Association and defense industry were invited to a Q-and-A session with Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James M. Cody and several major command commanders during a four-star forum at the AFA Air and Space Conference and Technology Exposition Sept. 16 in Washington, D.C. Moderated by Welsh, audience members submitted questions directly to the panel during the discussion that covered current and future operations, taking care of Airmen, budgetary constraints, modernization and a variety of other topics. Despite the broad range, some recurring themes emerged. Airmen want to see the next generation Air Force. They want to modernize weapons
Photos by Scott M. Ash
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III and Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody introduce major command panelists during a Q-and-A session at the Air Force Association's Air and Space Conference and Technology Exposition Sept. 16 in Washington, D.C.
systems quickly and efficiently and move new technology into the fight. Here are the highlights. Question 1: If fifth-generation platforms won’t be able
to exercise everything they can really do out in the open, where can adversaries see it? What’s going to change about exercises like Red Flag? “Our ability to work in the
virtual live constructive environment, where AFRL (Air Force Research Laboratory) is doing some fantastic work,” said Gen. Herbert J. “Hawk” Carlisle, the com-
mander of the Air Combat Command. “There’s an incremental move called SLATE, where we’re able to fly in an See majcom, Page 14
September 25, 2015
405th AFSB issues first full European Activity Set Story and photos by Greg Jones 21st Theater Sustainment Command Public Affairs MANNHEIM, Germany — A new era for U.S. forces began quietly and without fanfare in the dreary rain on the nondescript flatlands near Mannheim last week when the 405th Army Field Support Brigade, a partner organization to the 21st Theater Sustainment Command, began its first full issue of European Activity Set equipment to rotational forces from U.S.-based units. With the removal of two combat brigades from the European theater in recent years, the U.S. Army is relying on rotational forces to fill the gap in both training and operations in theater, and EAS equipping is a critical enabler of the concept. The EAS is comprised of a combat brigade worth of prepositioned equipment, including 250 tanks, fighting vehicles and self-propelled howitzers staged at EAS sites in Mannheim and Grafenwoehr. This equipment is drawn by rotational forces such as the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, which will then use it for training exercises with NATO and other partner nations. The forces will remain ready to respond to threats and aggressions against NATO partners and other allies. Keeping the equipment staged forward eliminates the considerable expense of shipping equipment each time a unit rotates in and out of Europe. It also reduces the amount of time rotating forces spend preparing for deployment and allows Soldiers to focus more time and energy on their mis-
sion and training. Finally, the EAS concept reduces the time needed to deploy forces into theater. Much like individual Soldiers draw their sleeping bag, helmet and other required field gear from a central issue facility, personnel from rotating brigades report to the EAS sites and draw approximately 1,200 major items of equipment, including about 250 tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and self-propelled howitzers. There are plans to expand the program beyond the two current EAS sites and push EAS sites out into NATO and allied partner nations in Eastern Europe where they will be ready to respond to threats to the region, according to Robin Dothager, 405th AFSB’s prepositioned stock manager. Dothager added that the equipment making up the EAS is not soft-edged training equipment, but the best and most modern warfighting equipment the Army has. “This equipment is either brand new or freshly refurbished,” Dothager said. “Most of us here (at the 405th AFSB) are old Soldiers ourselves, and we take pride in making sure that we’re putting the absolute best equipment in the hands of these Soldiers.” The current issue of equipment is expected to continue until mid-October. The 405th AFSB sets a goal of issuing equipment to an entire battalion in a single day; so in theory, an entire brigade could be appropriately “issued” in a matter of days. However, in some cases, such as this first rotation, units do not draw equipment pieces one right after another, instead receiving items on a “staggered”
schedule based on specific scheduled training events. Once their rotation is complete, the Soldiers will return the equipment and the 405th will begin the process of performing maintenance and services to bring the equipment back into tiptop condition for the next rotational force. By enabling the rotational forces concept, the EAS is a critical part of U.S. Army Europe’s ongoing effort to accomplish the same mission with limited resources, which massive formations of troops accomplished in years past. “Years ago, the U.S. had 300,000 troops in Europe,” said Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, USAREUR commanding general, during a recent visit to the Coleman EAS site. “Our mission was to deter aggression. Now we have 30,000. Our mission is still to deter aggression. Our task now is to take the 30,000 and make them act like we still have 300,000.”
Soldiers of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, inventory tools and equipment prior to drawing them from the European Activity Set Sept. 17 at Coleman Worksite.
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September 25, 2015
Ramstein Bazaar a success Photos by Senior Airman Timothy Moore
Brig. Gen. Jon T. Thomas, 86th Airlift Wing commander, cuts a ribbon with Lt. Col. Thomas Ausherman, 86th Force Support Squadron commander, and members of the Ramstein Bazaar committee and Ramstein Officers’ Spouses Club Sept. 16 on Ramstein. The ribbon-cutting ceremony officially opened the 51st Ramstein Bazaar.
Brig. Gen. Jon T. Thomas, 86th Airlift Wing commander, speaks during the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the 51st Ramstein Bazaar Sept. 16 on Ramstein. The bazaar has taken place since 1965.
Patrons peruse merchandise Sept. 19 at the bazaar.
Candi Buell, Ramstein Officers’ Spouses Club member, sells raffle tickets for the gift drawing during the 51st Ramstein Bazaar. The proceeds from the gift drawing are used for the ROSC’s Pay It Forward program, through which ROSC members purchase gift cards for the commissary, food items at the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center food court, or other free items for service members and families around base.
Martin Reimlinger engraves a piece of wood Sept. 19 on Ramstein. Reimlinger was one of many vendors present at the 51st Ramstein Bazaar to showcase his merchandise.
Staff Sgt. Bassel Noori, 1st Combat Communications Squadron, poses as Kernel Cornelius during the bazaar.
Tech. Sgt. Robert Campbell, 721st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, prepares a spiral potato for a patron of the Ramstein Bazaar Sept. 19 on Ramstein. Along with German vendors, base organizations and booster clubs were allowed to set up at the bazaar to provide information about their services and sell food items.
September 25, 2015
AFRC presents painting to Secretary of the Air Force
Today: Mushrooms as you get them on the fair
Ingredients Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James and Maj. Warren Neary, the Air Force Space Command historian and an Air Force Art Program artist, unveil the painting “That Others May Live” during the Air Force Association Air and Space Conference and Technology Exposition Sept. 14 in Washington, D.C.
Story and photos by Staff Sgt. Kat Justen 459th Air Refueling Wing Public Affairs WASHINGTON — Lt. Gen. James Jackson, Air Force Reserve Command commander, presented Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James with the painting “That Others May Live” Sept. 14 during the Air Force Association Air and Space Conference and Technology Exposition. “That Others May Live” depicts the 2005 rescue of Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell by reservists from the 920th Rescue Wing after his unit came under hostile fire in Afghanistan during Operation Red Wings. The painting was created by Maj. Warren
Neary, the Air Force Space Command historian, and will become part of the Air Force Art Program. During the ceremony, Jackson recognized the crewmembers involved in the rescue, including Col. Jeffrey Macrander, 920th RW commander, and Lt. Col. Jeff Peterson, Air National Guard Air Force Reserve Command Test Center operational test pilot. “(Macrander) was the flight lead that day of the two HH-60G (Pave Hawks) that went in to rescue Marcus Luttrell,” Jackson said. “(Peterson) was his wingman. They went on July 2 ten years ago to pick up Marcus. Two days later, they went See painting, page 13
• 100 grams of mushrooms per person • 1 small onion • one leek • a little oil • salt • ground pepper • some red wine • parsley • baguette FOR THE DIP: • 1 spoon of crème fraiche • 1 spoon of mayonnaise • 2 teaspoons of milk • garlic • salt • ground white pepper • add some chili, if you like it spicy
• Peel the onion and cut it in small dices • Clean the mushrooms • Wash the leek and cut it in thin rings • Chop the parsley • Cut the baguette • Cut the garlic in fine dices add salt to it and rub the salt into the garlic (do this on a plate, not on your wooden cutting board, otherwise the board will have that garlic smell for a long time …)
• Mix the crème fraiche, garlic and mayonnaise in a bowl, add the milk and the desired amount of spices to it and stir all to get a nice dip and set aside • On high temperature, heat the oil in a skillet • Add the mushrooms and roast them on high heat, stirring occasionally so they don’t burn • Add the onion and the leeks and roast them until they turn a nice brown color, then add some red wine and put a lid on the skillet so the mushrooms will soak with the red wine. The mushrooms will lose a lot of their water, don’t throw that away as this will make a fine sauce. Take the lid off and let most of the juice reduce. Maybe add a bit of garlic to the mushrooms if you like. • Add salt and ground pepper and parsley to taste • Put the dip in a nice bowl • Put the mushrooms in another bowl • Place the baguette in a basket • Put all on the table and have your own little fair at home!
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Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James gives remarks during the unveiling ceremony of the painting “That Others May Live” during the Air Force Association Air and Space Conference and Technology Exposition. “That Others May Live” documents the rescue of Marcus Luttrell, a U.S. Navy SEAL, in June 2005 by reservists from the 920th Rescue Wing, Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. The well-known rescue was dramatized in the movie “The Lone Survivor.”
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September 25, 2015
Kaiserslautern, Ramstein students train to become nursing assistants
Photos by the 7th Civil Support Command Public Affairs Office
Renee Gladu, a candidate in the Certified Nursing Assistant program at Ramstein High School, performs lifesaving procedures on a clinic dummy during training for licensing as a nursing assistant Sept. 13 at RHS.
by Sgt. Daniel Friedberg 7th Civil Support Command Public Affairs Office Almost two dozen high school seniors from the KMC volunteered on an early fall weekend to crouch together on rubber floor mats in order to perform cardio-pulmonary resuscitation using clinical dummies and video scenarios at Ramstein High School Sept. 12 and 13. In less than six months, the teenagers will be pulling shifts at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, said Kaiserslautern High School’s teaching nurse, Jodie L. Richmond. They will be tasked with joining military and civilian LMRC staff to help treat live patients at the U.S. military’s biggest hospital in Europe. The students are volunteers in an aggressive apprentice-
ship designed to forge and mature future medical talent in the skills necessary to license early as a Certified Nursing Assistant, said RHS’s teaching nurse, Pamela K. George. The high school students in the KMC aim to earn professional CNA licensing through the State of North Carolina’s Department of Health and Human Services in tandem with the U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity. They must perform more than two years of theoretical classroom studies, work at least 40 hours of clinical duty at LMRC and pass a written and practical test administered by examiners from the NCDHSR and Department of Defense Education Activity approving board, said Richmond. “Actually, it’s usually more than 56 practical hours with at least three 12-hour (hospital) shifts,” Richmond said.
Jodie L. Richmond, a teaching nurse at Kaiserslautern High School (right), instructs nursing assistant candidates on techniques to treat victims in cardiac arrest during training for licensing as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Sept. 13 at Ramstein High School.
The CNA license from the program also transfers to at least 39 States. Most of the candidates who complete the program have a decided advantage in pursuing future medical careers in both civilian and military sectors, Richmond said. They can also expect
early promotions, she added. For many of the students, a medical vocation is often a legacy of their own parent’s clinical professions, but the program is open to any candidate with the desire to help people and study hard, Richmond said. “I’m training to save lives,” said Atlanta N.
Haynes, a student of KHS. Haynes said her mother and sister both work in medicine. For RHS student Andrew S. Wilson, the certification is also about service and helping people. “I can change people’s lives,” Wilson said. “It’s kind of cool.”
USAREUR, NATO leaders tour Coleman Worksite
(Left photo) Gen. Dennis L. Via, commanding general of U.S. Army Materiel Command (left), listens as Robin Dothager, 405th Army Field Support Brigade’s theater prepositioned stocks manager (right), explains details about the European Activity Set, a brigade set of equipment maintained by the 405th AFSB for use by rotational forces. As the Army’s most senior officer responsible for equipping the force, Via visited sustainment and materiel sites throughout Europe this week to assess how AMC can most effectively support the U.S. Army in Europe. (Right photo) Gen. Dennis L. Via, commanding general of U.S. Army Materiel Command, discusses details of the European Activity Set with 405th Army Field Support Brigade Commander Col. Todd Bertulis while Lisha Adams, AMC executive deputy to the commanding general (far left), and Robin Dothager, 405th AFSB prepositioned stocks manager (far right), listen in. See related story on Page 9.
September 25, 2015 Painting, from Page 11
in to pick up the remains of Medal of Honor (recipient) Michael Murphy and (his) fallen comrades.” James praised the crew’s efforts, commenting on how the actions of the citizen Airmen exemplified Air Force core values. “I talked about integrity, service and excellence and how this always underscores everything that we do in the United States Air Force, and I can't think of a group of professionals in arms who exhibit those behaviors and those core values more than this team,” James said. Neary captured the critical moment when the crew touched down to extract Luttrell. “This painting depicts the point where the pararescuers jumped out of the helicopter to rescue Marcus Luttrell and his friend Mohammad Gulab,” Neary said. “In the background, there are A-10 (Thunderbolt IIs) flying and engaging with enemy targets, along
Kaiserslautern American with an AC-130 Spectre gunship and the two helos covering each other.” “The things we bring to the fight as citizen Airmen are some incredible skillsets,” Jackson said. “One of the most incredible ones belongs to this artist … Major Warren Neary. He’s an award-winning artist (in addition to being an individual mobilization augmentee at the Air Force Space Command) and a Reserve citizen Airman.” According to Neary, who holds both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in fine arts, the Air Force Art Program started with the creation of the Air Force; the Army provided around 800 paintings and the collection has grown to include nearly 10,000. In her closing remarks, James expressed her gratitude for the generous contribution to the program. “This is, yet again, a proud moment for our total force Air Force. Thank you for giving us this wonderful gift of remembrance,” she said.
New traffic route in Kaiserslautern
Photo by Westpfalz Police Headquarters
Officials of the Westpfalz Police Headquarters ask motorists to obey the new traffic route near the mall in downtown Kaiserslautern. Traffic sign No. 260 (top right photo) with the motorcycle and car in the white circle with the red border prohibits drivers to enter Fruchthallstrasse. During a recent four-hour check by German Polizei, 81 motorists were fined €20 each. Coming from Koenigstrasse, the correct route turns left and not straight.
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open air environment. This is in the future and we’re going to need industry’s help to get us there.” Question 2: How are we going to maintain agility in space, with assets that are unadaptable and a changing threat? “We’re going to build it for capabilities,” said Gen. John E. Hyten, the commander of the Air Force Space Command. “The challenges we have are a system, we have a system that loves the status quo, and the status quo is not built for the 21st century, it’s built for the 20th century. So we have to work inside the system to come up with a different way of thinking about space. We have to come up with a different way to think about cyber. We have to come up with a different way of thinking about all these pieces together; but we have to effectively build the capabilities that can effectively operate in that regime. We understand what those capabilities are, now we have to get the systems built.” Question 3: The Army is switching their uniforms to a multi-cam uniform. When will the Air Force be switching our camouflage? “I don’t think we’re going to switch our uniforms,” said Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody. “The reality is, we’re pretty satisfied with our ABUs (Airman battle uniform), and to switch them would cost us quite a bit of money. We’ll continue to wear the OCP when in the environment, that’s the proper uniform.” Question 4: How big a problem for you are these runways on reefs that China’s constructing? Does it measurably change your warning time or engagement zones? “The concern as they put down the 10,000-foot runway is that now maybe they put down an air defense identification zone, and then be able to defend it,” said Gen. Lori Robinson, the Pacific Air Forces commander. “As we heard Dr. (Ashton) Carter talk this morning, everybody is able to operate in international airspace and sail in international waters. If they militarize those runways, it
Kaiserslautern American will threaten our ability to do that.” Question 5: We welcome your thoughts on how to best support small businesses in an era of fiscal constraint. “Small businesses are the heart and soul of this country,” said Gen. Ellen M. Pawlikowski, the commander of the Air Force Materiel Command. “That’s really what it’s all about when you look at the contributions that they have made. I’ve always been a real strong advocate of small business. I think one of the key aspects of small businesses is to be able to transition that capability into our weapons systems or into the facilities that we have. We have set a focus on small business across Air Force Materiel Command in targeting a focus particularly at the research lab. One of the things that we’re doing is going directly from Small Business Innovation Research System into SBIRS Phase II. Instead of having to do a twostep process, our small businesses will be able to bring their technology directly into Phase II and that’s a step closer to being able to transfer in.” Question 6: The secretary said the time mark on the KC-46 Pegasus is about used up. What are the implications if the KC-46 is delayed by more than a few months? “As a recipient of that product, I am cautiously optimistic that the product is going to roll out. What it means for capability, that airplane is going to prove itself out time and time again, but we’ve got to hold to that schedule,” said Gen. Carlton D. Everhart II, the Air Mobility Command commander. “Because if you look at the impact it has on other modernization programs, I’ve got to make sure that AMC stays combat ready. Combat readiness and development in the future is what drives this. So, we’re watching this schedule and we’re watching it closely. I think Boeing will be able to deliver, but we’ve got to hold them to the contract.” Question 7: What is the most important new capability that you expect to need in the next decade and why? “The first thing that we are pursuing right now is taking the cover of weather away from the enemy in the current
September 25, 2015
Lt. Gen. Stanley E. Clarke III, the Air National Guard director, answers questions with fellow major command panelists during a Q-and-A session at Air Force Association's Air and Space Conference and Technology Exposition Sept. 16 in Washington, D.C.
fight in Afghanistan,” said Lt. Gen. Bradley A. Heithold, the commander of the Air Force Special Operations Command. “The enemy tends to seek objectives when the weather hampers coalition air. The number one thing we want to do is take that away from them. “Second, I’ve got to put directed energy, high-energy lasers, onboard to defend them in orbit and also to use these things offensively to engage the targets. I believe we can make things quick work because you don’t hear it, or see it. By the time you know we’re there, it’s too late.” Question 8: How will you build on the work that has already been done on revamping the nuclear enterprise, and can you state your top priorities in doing it? “There have been a lot of positive efforts made across the nuclear enterprise, so I’m going to continue that drive,” said Gen. Robin Rand, the commander of the Air Force Global Strike Command. “My priorities are number one: If nuclear command and control is a critical function for our nation and our senior decision makers, you’ve got to have a platform to deliver that, and that’s the nuclear command and control communications. The Air Force has the lead on about 75 percent of what makes up that system, so I’ll be collaborating with a lot of my fellow MAJCOM commanders here who own a lot of those different resources and systems to make sure we’re able to deliver. God forbid on our nation’s worst day our senior leaders and the president can
communicate. “Number two: We’ve got to continue to modernize and recapitalize where we can. The ICBM (intercontinental ballistic missile) and UH-1N (Iroquois), the B-2 (Spirit) and the B-1B (Lancer), and when we get the announcement for the long range strike bomber that we’re driving that to IOC (initial operational capability) in 2020 and be capable of delivering what our nation needs in 2030. “Number three: professional development. Particularly this is a priority. We have great young men and women in Air Force Global Strike. If we have problems with our people, I challenge our leaders, it’s because we have to lead them better.” Number 9: Do you anticipate the National Guard being deployed or employed at any time in any capacity to secure borders in the near future? “Actually we’re on the borders right now sir. We are deployed in every part of the United States right now,” said Lt. Gen. Stanley E. Clarke III, the Air National Guard director. “The reason we’re able to sit comfortably in this room is because someone is on alert covering us, right now. If there’s a requirement for us to do a mission in the homeland, something that everyone understands in the Guard is regardless of whether they’re Air Force or Army, they are required to do that state mission as well.” Question 10: Is there one major thing that a future cadet or young officer can begin to work on for their future? “Get out of your comfort zone early and often,” said
Lt. Gen. James Jackson, the commander of the Air Force Reserve Command. “Look for that opportunity and when you feel uncomfortable, it’s probably the best learning experience that you’re going to have.” Question 11: F-22 Raptors were recently deployed to Europe. Bedding down F-22s there was not in the plan, but now that Russia seems to have taken a long-term aggressive posture, do you see an F-22 base in Europe or a semi-permanent detachment like the bombers in Guam? “The move to introduce the F-22 in the European theater was made a long time ago in our effort to assure our allies and deter our enemies,” said Gen. Frank Gorenc, the U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa commander. “It has done a lot to assure our partners. You can bet that I will be asking for that priority. I understand there are priorities, but I hope to be cut above the line. Not only did we move the F-22, but we also moved in MQ-1B (Predators) … which is an enormous accomplishment.” Question 12: What does the AETC position, being lowered to a three-star job, mean to its mission and its chain of command? “The Air Education and Training Command is essential to our Air Force,” said Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson, the AETC commander. “Air power starts here at AETC. It’s so fundamental, everyone here at this table understands how fundamental it is. So whether you have a three-star or four-star is not critically important.”
September 25, 2015
September 25, 2015
Culinary hike in Freinsheim leads through vineyards by Petra Lessoing 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs The wine growing community of Freinsheim will offer its annual culinary hike along its wine hiking trail today through Sunday. The 7 km long trail is located southwest of Freinsheim and leads through two vineyards called “Oschelskopf” and “Schwarzes Kreuz,” or Black Cross. An ornamented pillar made of sandstone from the 16th century showing the crucifixion scene is what gave the wine hiking trail its name. The event will start at 6 p.m. today and will include 20 drinking and eating stands along the route. Hikers can taste wines, sparkling wines and juices made by local vintners. There will be international and regional culinary specialties including coconut milk soup with cilantro and lemongrass, goat cheese with fig mustard, marinated giant scampi with spaghetti salad, oriental lamb pot, goulash
The culinary walk will lead hikers through the vineyards near Freinsheim. The walk starts tonight and continues Saturday and Sunday.
soup, meat dumplings with horse radish, potato dumplings with sauerkraut, fresh oysters, potato pancakes with
apple sauce, potato soup with salmon, pumpkin soup, onion cake, waffles, crepes and more. After the sun sets, a fireworks display will illuminate the vineyards. Saturday and Sunday,
Wine Princess Anne II will officially open the event at 11:30 a.m. at the historical town hall. The wine stands will be open from 6 to 10 p.m. today and from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
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Several eating and drinking stations will be put up in the vineyards where hikers can stop and take breaks tonight, Saturday and Sunday.
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Local stores will be open for Sunday shopping from 1 to 6 p.m. The old part of town will be closed to motorized traffic. Visitors coming by car are asked to park outside of town. The center is only a short walk away. From the historical town hall, hikers should walk on Hauptstrasse, turn onto Breite Strasse and then pass the Hain Gate after 50 meters. They will then need to turn left onto Friedhofstrasse and then walk straight to reach stand No. 1. If starting from the train station, hikers need to follow the arrows on Franz-LindStrasse, turn right to the gatekeeper house, then turn right again to get to stand No. 1 after 50 meters. To get to Freinsheim, travel on A6 toward Mannheim; take the Gruenstadt exit; and then follow the signs to Kirchheim, Dackenheim and Freinsheim. For more information, visit www.stadt-freinsheim.de. St. Alban's Military Community
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September 25, 2015
Farmers market takes place in Schneckenhausen by Petra Lessoing 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs The fifth North Palatinate Farmers Market will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday in Schneckenhausen. Regional farmers and vendors will present high-quality items at about 50 stands. The event will also feature a tractor display and thresher demonstration. The market is known for its fresh regional products such as honey, jelly, cheese, fish, bread, pumpkins, liquors and juices. Local hunters will offer anything concerning game as well as a herbal garden. Vendors will present their merchandise such as jewel-
ry, pottery, wooden items and wool. Besides an old tractor, historical agricultural equipment will also be on display. For the children, there will be a petting zoo with ponies, chickens, ducks and rabbits. Children can also enjoy and participate in games. Farmers and vendors will offer their culinary specialties and wines, and local women will serve homemade cakes in the Buergerhaus. The wine stand will give visitors a chance to taste the “Bizzler,” the first new wine of the year, which tastes more like grape juice and contains less alcohol. For more information, visit www.otterbach-otterberg.de
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POC for Miesau, Landstuhl and Daenner is the USAG R-P Chaplains Office in Bldg. 2919 on Pulaski Barracks. DSN 493-4098, civ. 06313406-4098 Miesau Chapel (Bldg. 3175) Seventh-Day Adventist Worship Sabbath School: 9:30 a.m. Saturdays Spanish Sabbath School: 9:30 a.m. Saturdays Worship: 11 a.m. Saturdays Small Group: 6-7 p.m. Tuesdays Landstuhl Community Chapel (Bldg. 3773) Worship: 11 a.m. Sundays Children’s Youth Church: 11 a.m. Sundays Daenner Community Chapel (Bldg. 3150) Chapel Next Worship Worship: 10 a.m. Sundays Children’s Church: 10:30 a.m. Sundays Ramstein North Chapel (DSN 480-6148, civ. 06371-47-6148) Contemporary Service: 11 a.m. Sundays Ramstein South Chapel (DSN 480-5753, civ. 06371-47-5753) Liturgical Services: 9 a.m. Sundays Liturgical Sunday School: 11 a.m. Sundays Traditional Service: 11 a.m. Sundays Vogelweh Chapel (DSN 489-6859, civ. 0631-536-6859) Gospel Service: 11 a.m. Sundays. Protestant education classes are available for all ages at Vogelweh, Ramstein, Landstuhl and Daenner. For information, call DSN 480-2499/489-6743 or civ. 06371-47-2499/0631-536-6743.
Daenner Community Chapel (Bldg 3150) Confession: 11:30 a.m. Sundays (Jun-Aug) Sunday Mass: 12:00 p.m. (Jun-Aug) Confession: 12:00 p.m. Sundays (Sep-May) Sunday Mass: 12:30 (Sep-May) Landstuhl Community Chapel (Bldg. 3773) Confession: 8:30 a.m. Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m. Ramstein North Chapel (DSN 480-6148, civ. 06371-47-6148) Daily Mass: 11:30 a.m. Monday-Friday Sunday Mass: 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Confession 4-4:45 p.m. Sundays Vogelweh Chapel (DSN 489-6859, civ. 0631-536-6859)
Confession: 4-4:45 p.m. Saturday Mass: 5 p.m.
Jewish Religious Services Ramstein South Chapel Synagogue (DSN 480-5753, civ. 06371-47-5753) Shabbat Evening Service: 7 p.m. 1st & 3rd Friday Islamic Services Ramstein South Chapel Mosque Bldg. 2403(480-5753) Jumu’ah Prayer, 1:30 p.m. Ramadan Services at Sunset: June 26 & 27, July 3, 4, 10, 11 & 17 For religious education and daily prayers, check the prayer schedule
Kapaun Chapel (DSN 489-6859, civ. 0631536-6859) Divine Liturgy: 9 a.m. Sundays Confessions by appointment
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Episcopal (St. Albans) 10:30 a.m. Sundays, Kapaun Chapel
1 p.m. Sundays, Ramstein South Chapel
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September 25, 2015
KMC Cultural Highlights
by Petra Lessoing 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs The following is a list of performances and events happening in the KMC and nearby locations. Dates are subject to change.
Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern: • “Everyman,” a rock mystery with the progressive metal band Vanden Plas, 7:30 p.m. today, Thursday and Oct. 16 and 24. • “Herzog Blaubarts Burg” and “Der Zwerg,” two operas in German, 6 p.m. Sunday and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Oct. 13. • “Nur noch kurz die Welt retten,” a Europe revue, 8 p.m. Sunday and Oct. 4. • “Fruehlings Erwachen,” a children’s tragedy, in German, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 10, 14, 17 and 30 and 6 p.m. Oct. 25. For details, call 0631-3675-209 or visit www.pfalztheater.de. Kammgarn Kaiserslautern: • Max Mutzke performs hip-hop, electro rock, 8 p.m. today. Tickets
‘Black or White’ The Stadthalle Landstuhl will present “Black or White,” a tribute to Michael Jackson, with 17 participants presenting more than 20 hits by Michael Jackson at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 10. Tickets range from €23 to €32. For reservations, call 06371-9234-44 or visit www.stadthalle-landstuhl.de.
cost €30. • KC Rebell presents hip-hop and rap, 8 p.m. Oct. 3. Tickets cost €23. • Cecile Verny Quartet presents swing, ballads and bossa, 8 p.m. Oct. 8. Tickets cost €21. • The German band J.B.O. presents fun metal, 8 p.m. Oct. 9. Tickets cost €30. • The band Versengold presents Middle Ages Celtic folk and rock, 8 p.m. Oct. 10. Tickets cost €20. For more information, visit www.kammgarn.de. Fruchthalle, Kaiserslautern: • The Pfalztheater Orchestra presents its ﬁrst symphony concert with works by Gustav Mahler, Richard Wagner and Franz Schubert, 8 p.m. today. • Young, urban fado with Gisela Joao and band, 8 p.m. Oct. 2. Tickets cost €18. • The ensemble Trio di Clarone presents a chamber concert with works by Mozart, Poulenc, Strawinski, Bach and Beethoven, 8 p.m. Oct. 8. Tickets cost €14 to €24. • German Radio Philharmonics Saarbruecken Kaiserslautern present works by Giacomo Puccini, Alberto Franchetti and Helmut Krausser, 5 p.m. Oct. 4. Tickets cost €12 to €25. For tickets, call Kaiserslautern Tourist-Info at 0631-365-2317. Ramstein-Miesenbach, stage in front of Haus des Buergers: • The Rock ‘n’ Roll Flamingos present a rockabilly rock ‘n’ roll show, 8 p.m. today. Tickets cost €12. • Captain Cook and his Singing Saxophones, an instrumental band, presents a musical trip with diversiﬁed songs, 8 p.m. Oct. 2. Tickets cost €26, €29 and €32. For details, call 06371-592-220 or visit www.hausdesbuergers.de. Otterberg, Abbey Church: • The Northwest Palatinate Church Choir presents “Georg Friedrich Haendel: Messia,” 5 p.m. Oct. 11. Tickets cost €16 to €22. For more infomration, call Otterberg Tourist Info at 06301-31504. Bildhaus Musikclub Ventil, Hahnbacherhof 2, 67701 Schallodenbach: • Dizzy Thang present rock ‘n roll with a blues print, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 3. For details, visit bildhaus.info. Klug Greenhouse, Neuwoog 1,
Wine village opens in Neustadt The annual wine harvest fest in Neustadt/German Wine Street starts today with the opening of the wine village consisting of little framework houses across from the train station. Visitors can taste new wine and Palatinate food specialties including onion cake, liver dumplings and saumagen. The wine harvest fest with a carnival takes place Oct. 2 to Oct. 12. The big vintner's parade is scheduled for 2 p.m. Oct. 11. For more information, visit www.neustadt.eu.
Enkenbach-Alsenborn: • Ensemble Terpsichore with percussionist Raphael Buch and pianist Gerd Forster present a concert with works by Johannes Brahms, Robert Schuman and Henry Purcell, 9 p.m. Saturday. Food and drinks will be served before and after the concert. English Theatre, Gallusanlage 7, Frankfurt: • “The Glass Menagerie,” a memory play by Tennessee Williams, through Oct. 24. Performances are 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday, and 6 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit www.english-theatre.org.
• Kaiserslautern Gartenschau, through Oct. 31. Special events: Sunday, Protestant worship service, 11 a.m. in willow church; ﬂower show, “Autumn Time,” in ﬂower hall to Oct. 31; pumpkin display under the motto “sports” to Oct. 31; Lego display, through Oct. 31. Opening hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets cost €7 for adults and €3 for children. For more information, visit www.gartenschau-kl.de. • Kaiserslautern, Japanese Garden open through Oct. 31. Opening hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit www.japanischergarten.de. • Kaiserslautern, Messeplatz fairgrounds, Circus Roncalli performs 7:30 p.m. today, 3:30 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Tickets cost from €19 to €48. For details and tickets, call the hotline at 01806-150555. • Kindsbach, Mehrzweckhalle, Bavarian beer fest, Saturday.
• Bann, Marktplatz, village carnival, Saturday to Tuesday. • Otterbach, village carnival, Sunday; parade starts 2:15 p.m. • Weilerbach, village carnival, today through Monday. Live music at 7 p.m. today, rock music at 8 p.m. Saturday, and cover band Blue Monkeys at 6 p.m. Monday on Dorfplatz. Sunday, stores open noon to 6 p.m.; parade starts 2 p.m. • Imsbach (north of Winnweiler), mining world offers guided tours in English, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Tickets cost €4 for adults and €2 for children. For details, visit www.bergbauerlebniswelt-imsbach.de. • Edenkoben, wine fest of Southern Wine Street, today to Monday. • Bad Duerkheim-Hardenburg, medieval market, Saturday and Sunday. • Herschweiler-Pettersheim (north of Schoenenberg-Kübelberg), European Farmers Market, Saturday and Sunday.
• Kaiserslautern, Pfalz-Center (across from Daenner Kaserne), 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. • Kaiserslautern, Toom Baumarkt, Hohenecker Strasse 10, Fridays. • Mehlingen, Abtstrasse 25a, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays. • Bad Duerkheim, Saline (saltworks in Kurpark, Gutleutstrasse 48), 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. • Frankenthal, Festplatz, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. • Gruenstadt, Kauﬂand, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. • Saarlouis-Lisdorf, Ikea parking lot (Im Hader 1), 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
September 25, 2015
Europe’s ‘Best Warriors’ named after thrilling com
Photo by Staff Sgt. Warren W. Wright Jr.
Competitors from the 2nd Cavalry Regiment dismount a Stryker combat vehicle during a medical scenario exercise conducted as part of the 2015 European Best Warrior Competition Sept. 15 at the Grafenwoehr Training Area. About 22 candidates participated in the intense, annual weeklong competition, the most prestigious competitive event of the region. In the end, only one junior officer, one NCO and one Soldier emerged as “Best Warriors.”
by Sgt. Maj. Michael Pintagro 21st Theater Sustainment Command Public Affairs Competition officials unveiled Europe’s ultimate warriors before a rapt audience of Soldiers, leaders and distinguished visitors during a culminating ceremony held Sept. 18 at the Grafenwoehr Physical Fitness Center. The 173rd Airborne Brigade‘s 1st Lt. Jacob Wijnberg, fellow “Sky Soldier” captured top honors in the officer category, Sgt. 1st Class Elijah Howlett the NCO category and Spc. Jared Tansley, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, captured the junior Soldier category during the 2015 European Best Warrior Competition. The grueling weeklong event determined not only continental bragging rights, but the final roster of candidates for the Department of the Army Best Warrior Competition slated for Oct. 5 to 9 at Fort A.P. Hill in Virginia. Howlett, who serves with Troop B of the 173rd’s 1st Squadron, 91st Cavalry Regiment, and Tansley, an infantryman with Headquarters Troop, 3rd Squadron, will compete against fellow Soldiers across the Army for the service’s most prestigious individual competitive title. The junior officer competition culminates at command level. “I was happy to compete, and I’m incredibly proud to represent my unit at this level and represent the U.S. Army in Europe,” said Wijnberg, who currently serves in Latvia with Company D, 1st Battalion (Airborne), 503rd Infantry Regiment.
“It’s been an honor and a privilege to compete with (the other candidates), and I look forward to staying in touch with them and continue watching them grow in their careers. “I’m here to represent my unit and my Soldiers,” Howlett continued. “So I want to make sure I’m setting the best example for them, so hopefully it inspires them to compete and do things above and beyond instead of just meeting the standard. That’s why I got in this competition and why I feel great about it.” Europe’s top NCO of the year said he looks forward to competing at DA level. “I’m up for the challenge,” Howlett said. “I embrace it. Whatever comes our way, we’re going to be prepared for it, and we’re going to win all-Army.” Tansley said he reached the “highest level of happiness” upon learning of his victory. “I felt like I brought a ton of pride back to my unit and my platoon, to family and friends,” Tansley said. “I have so many people to thank and not enough time to cover them all.” Tansley also expressed confidence in his prospects at Fort A.P. Hill. “Three weeks is more than enough time,” Tansley said. “We’re going to bring it home; we’re going to win.” The infantryman plans to continue the rigorous training that carried him to triumph at unit and command levels. The near future, he noted, includes “nothing but rucking, running and a lot of weightlifting. No breaks until you win it all.”
The concluding ceremony capped a week of frenzied activities for candidates, organizers and cadre alike, not to mention months of painstaking planning, preparation and rehearsals. Command Sgt. Maj. Sheryl Lyon, USAREUR senior enlisted leader and guest speaker for the awards ceremony, praised candidates’ performance, character and commitment. “I saw a whole lot of heart and dedication,” Lyon said prior to the final event. “These candidates take enormous pride in what they do and it shows. This event tested everything they had — physically and mentally. I couldn’t be more proud of them.” Competitors enjoyed their first significant remaining week during the ceremony. The relentless pace of events stretched candidates’ stamina, endurance, dedication and perhaps their sanity to the breaking point. Days ended late, sometimes after midnight, sometimes starting at absurdly early hours. The earliest competitive day began at 1 a.m. — barely three hours after weary candidates collapsed in exhaustion from the little rest from the previous days’ activities. Candidates engaged in an array of competitive tasks, including an obstacle course; day and night land navigation; weapons assembly and marksmanship; urban “orienteering”; tactical communications; a medical scenario; a “situational training exercise” during which candidates engaged a terrorist threat; a culminating 12 mile foot march; and a demanding modified version of the Army Physical Fitness Test allowing for no rest in between events. Competitors donned
protective gear from a gas-fille indirect fire, co hitting “TV re strated familiari before a militar during a someti ment. In all, ca sionally crawled competing in m An equally d support staff s and Soldiers fro Command orga the competition a relentless da each activity in ing conduct of e evaluating each activity, and pr and life support “It takes a sm scale together,” I’m very proud selves througho consummate pro heart and soul i for the competit “This is exa does — it’s our Ryan Sattelberg Special Troops coordinate and tude very effect an operational d the spear. This w tors because it w seamless from K USAREUR’s dozen other cha commands acro organizers will ated events wit must prepare fo “This event Lyon said. “Bu lenges at DA le the whole Army their bodies, the limit. I know th I’ll be very prou and determinati Command S TSC’s senior en nizer, described “inspirational.” “I was touche petition,” Rhoad gave of themse endurance, was rational. I know dates with the li “This tells m organizations w Rhoades added thing from Gra Wiesbaden to V and our Army a and leaders of pretty bright.”
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and retrieved notional casualties ed chamber, reacted to direct and onducted interviews with a hardeporter,” penned essays, demonity with Army programs, appeared ry board, and battled one another imes fierce “combatives” tournaandidates walked, ran and occad over 32 cumulative miles while more than 30 events and activities. dynamic team of event cadre and spearheaded by enlisted leaders om the 21st Theater Sustainment anized, managed and conducted n. The event staff itself endured aily “battle rhythm,” planning n excruciating detail, supervisevery task, thoroughly and fairly candidate’s performance in each roviding comprehensive mission t to well over 300 personnel. mall army to put something of this ” Lyon said “This is no easy feat. d of how they conducted themout the competition — they were ofessionals. They also put a lot of into this to make it a great event tors and USAREUR.” actly what a great logistics unit r bread and butter,” said 1st Sgt. g, Headquarters Company, 21st Battalion’s top NCO. “We plan, execute missions of this magnitively, whether it’s for training or deployment — we’re at the tip of was all transparent to the competiwas done so well. The effort was Kaiserslautern to Camp Aachen.” s ultimate warriors will confront a ampions from an equal number of oss the Army at Fort A.P. Hill. DA choose from 27 potential evaluthout prior notice, so candidates or all of them. definitely put them to the test,” ut they’ll face even greater chalevel. We’re sending our best, but y is sending its best. This will test eir minds and their hearts to the hey’ll represent us very well, and ud as long as they show the heart ion they showed this week.” Sgt. Maj. Rodney Rhoades, 21st nlisted leader and key event orgad the event and the competitors as
Photo by Staff Sgt. Warren W. Wright Jr.
Photo by Staff Sgt. Warren W. Wright Jr.
Competitors from the 2nd Cavalry Regiment engage targets with the M249 squad automatic weapon during the 2015 European Best Warrior Competition Sept. 15 at the Grafenwoehr Training Area.
The 173rd Airborne Brigade’s 1st Lt. Jacob Wijnberg (left), Europe’s 2015 Best Officer Warrior, engages a fellow competitor during the “combatives” tournament held Sept. 18 at the Grafenwoehr Physical Fitness Center.
Photo by Staff Sgt. Warren W. Wright Jr.
Officers, NCOs and Soldiers from across U.S. Army Europe navigate the leader reaction course during the 2015 European Best Warrior Competition Sept. 14 at the Grafenwoehr Training Area.
ed by what I saw during this comdes said. “What these candidates elves, their commitment and their sn’t just impressive, it was inspiw I could trust any of these candiives of my Soldiers. me a lot about the leaders and who produced these Soldiers,” . “It means we’re doing the right afenwoehr to Kaiserslautern, to Photo by Staff Sgt. Warren W. Wright Jr. Vicenza. It also means our region Photo by Visual Information Specialist Gertrud Zach Sgt. 1st Class Elijah Howlett, 1st Squadron, 91st Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne are in good hands. With Soldiers Brigade, Europe’s 2015 Best NCO Warrior, navigates an obstacle during the Sgt. Kendrick Jones, assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st this caliber, our future looks 2015 U.S. Army in Europe Best Warrior Competition held Sept. 13 to 18 at the Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, accomplishes the call for a fire task Sept. 16 durGrafenwoehr Training Area.
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Mark Your Calendar
» Donate to the 2015 Combined Federal Campaign and Improve the quality of life in the KMC, open through Nov. 20. Donations made to the Family Support and Youth Program go directly to CFC’s installation to fund local programs. To donate, visit www.cfcoverseas.org or contact your unit representative. » An Operation Rising Star local competition round will take place at 7 p.m. today at Armstrong’s Club. Contestants are judged by a panel of judges and the audience. Cash prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place competitors, and a cash spirit award will be given to the most supportive unit or family readiness group. Make sure to stop by the judges table during the competition to sign up your unit or family readiness group. For details, visit oprisingstar.com or kaiserslautern.armymwr.com. » The Sunny Coyote Volksmarching Club is hosting a bus trip to the Vianden, Luxemburg IVV walk Saturday. Price: €25 per person. For details and to sign up and pay, email firstname.lastname@example.org. » Vehicle Safety Day will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Pulaski Barracks Automotive Skills Center, Bldg. 2859. Winter is coming and Pulaski Automotive Center is offering free vehicle safety inspections in celebration of Vehicle Safety Day. Make sure that your vehicle fits all of the safety standards to ensure that you stay safe on the roads. Mechanics will spend a minimum of 10 minutes per vehicle and review all components to ensure that your vehicle can properly pass an inspection and drive safely on the road. Open to all ID cardholders. For more information, call 493-4167 or 0631-3406-4167. » The Purple Gala is a free event to honor the victims of domestic violence and celebrate the lives of survivors from 6 to 10 p.m. Oct. 23 at the Rheinlander Convention Center on Smith Barracks, Bldg. 8085. The night will feature a guest speaker; heavy appetizers and drinks will be available for purchase. Space is limited; tickets may be reserved in advance by calling Army Community Service in Kaiserslautern at 493-4203/4331 or 0631-3406-4203/4331, or ACS in Baumholder at 485-8188 or 06783-6-8188. Child care is available at Smith Barracks Child Development Center for $18 per child. For more information, call Baumholder Parent Central Services at 485-7003 or 06783-6-7003.
KMC Onstage is located in Bldg. 3232 on Kleber Kaserne. For more information, contact Nate Records at 483-6252 or 0631-411-6252 or via email at email@example.com. To reserve tickets, visit http://kaiserslautern.armymwr.com, visit KMC Onstage from 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays, or call 483-6626 or 0631-411-6626. » KMC Onstage presents “Dracula”: Show dates: 7 p.m. Oct. 23, 24, 30 and 31; 3 p.m. Oct. 25 and Nov. 1; space is limited; advanced reservations are recommended. » KMC Onstage presents “Life Upon the Wicked Stage”: Featuring award-winning vocalist Jeanne Ragonese: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at the Kaiserslautern Community Activity Center on Daenner Kaserne, Bldg. 3109. A “Wine and Cheese” option is available which includes cheese, fruits and two beverages with advanced reservations and payment required no later than Oct. 14.
Armstrong’s Club Events
Armstrong’s Club is located in Bldg. 1036 on Vogelweh Family Housing. Call 0631-354-9986 for details. Unless otherwise stated, events have no cover charge and are open to all ID cardholders and their guests, 18 and over.
» Hispanic Heritage Month: through Oct. 15. Oct. 3: a Double Six Traditional Domino Tournament. Players play in pairs. Sign-up no later than today. No fee to participate. Winning couple receives $200; Oct. 17: The winning couple in each dance category, salsa, bachata and merengue, receives $100. No fee to participate. Sign-ups will be held from 9 to 11 p.m. the night of the event. » Oktoberfest: Saturday. Free pretzels and specials with every purchase. Karaoke and disc jockey on both days. “Dirndls” and “Lederhosen,” Bavarian-style clothing, are encouraged but not required. » Not So Spooky Costume Party: 3 to 6 p.m. Oct. 31. Family event features dance music, character meet and greet, candy stations and a light meal. Show off your costumes. Cost: Adults, $14.95; children ages 3 to 12, $9.95; children 2 and under, free. Special family package: family of four, two adults and two children, $45. Tickets available online via WebTrac or from any Java Cafe in the KMC. Purchase deadline: Oct. 23. » Small Tab Tuesdays: 5 to 10 p.m. every Tuesday play a game of pool or pick your favorite jam on the jukebox while enjoying specials. » Trivia Wednesdays: 6 to 10 p.m. every Wednesday. » Throwback Thursdays: 7 p.m. every other Thursday, listen to hits from the ’80s, ’90s and today. » Karaoke Fridays: 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. every Friday show off your singing skills and socialize in a fun environment. » Latin Fusion Saturdays: 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. every other Saturday.
Kazabra Club Events
Kazabra Club is located in Bldg. 2057 on Vogelweh. Call 489-7261 or 0631-636-7261 for details. Unless otherwise stated, events have no cover charge and are open to all ID cardholders and their guests, 18 and over. » Oktoberfest: 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. Oct. 17 and 24. Free pretzels with every purchase while supplies last. Cover charge: $5. Wear a “Dirndl” or “Lederhosen,” Bavarian-style clothing, and get in free. » Halloween party: 7 p.m. Oct. 31. Evening includeds live music, featuring Voice of Warning and Delta Stone. Cover charge: $5. Costumes are encouraged. » Country Karaoke: 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. every other Friday. Sing your favorite country hit and take a spin on the mechanical bull Tornado. » Texas Hold ’em: 8 p.m. to midnight every Friday. Buy-in is $25. Register and buy-in by 7 p.m. » Country Nights: 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. Saturdays. Dance lessons take place from 7 to 9 p.m. There is a $5 cover charge. » K-town Coverall Bingo: 3 p.m. every Sunday play progressive bingo to win up to $7,500. New players get a free card with the purchase of a bingo pack or bring a new player and both players receive a free card with the purchase of any bingo pack. » Sunday Sports: 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sundays. Enjoy 50 cent wings and $1 hot dogs and take part in fun sports trivia.
» A USA Jobs workshop will be held from 10 a.m. to noon today on Pulaski Barracks, Bldg 2197. Want to learn more about finding a government job? Get the one-up on competition with hands-on instruction and assistance from a trained Employment Readiness expert. RSVP required. For more information and to enroll, call 493-4203 or 0631-3406-4203. » An interviewing workshop takes place from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Oct. 29. Learn the secrets to the perfect interview. This hands-on class will teach the different interview styles, standard questions, negative speech characteristics to avoid and the major do’s and don’ts in a job interview. Class meets on Pulaski Barracks,
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Bldg. 2917. For details, call 493-4203 or 0631-3406-4203.
» Comfort Measures and Relaxation for Childbirth takes place from 1 to 3 p.m. the third Friday of every month. Bring a partner or friend, water and wear comfortable clothes. Topics include: massage and acupressure, positions for labor, use of tools such as the birth ball, meditation and focusing techniques, aromatherapy and hot and cold therapies. Class meets at Pulaski Chapel, Bldg. 2869. For more information, contact the New Parent Support Program at 493-4659 or 0631-3406-4659. » Baby Bumps series takes place from 3 to 5 p.m. Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28 and Nov. 4 and 18. Join the New Parent Support Program for this six-week “Socialize and Learn” series for expecting women and meet other moms to be. The six-week rotation allows you to come to any and all sessions that interest you. Taught by NPSP registered nurses. No registration required. For location details, call Army Central Service at 493-4203 or 0631-3406-4203.
» A Multicultural Spouses Club meets from noon to 2 p.m. Oct. 21. Join fellow spouses for a fun and interactive club that promotes diversity and networking. Feel free to bring a dish to share with the group. Club meets in the Yellow Ribbon Room on Pulaski Barracks, Bldg. 2926. For details, call 493-4203 or 0631-3406-4203. » The Rheinland-Pfalz Quilt Guild meets from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Friday at the Ramstein South Side Chapel for a “Stitch and Gab.” Participants can join in and bring their latest projects while spending time with fellow stitchers and getting some “quilt therapy.” For more information, visit www.rpqg.eu.
Classes and Training
» An Infant Massage class takes place from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday and Oct. 6. This class provides hands-on instruction of infant massage strokes to promote bonding, attachment and physical and emotional benefits to babies. Sign-up is limited; interested participants should register in advance. Class meets in the Yellow Ribbon Room on Pulaski Barraks, Bldg. 2926. For more information and to enroll, call 493-4203 or 0631-3406-4203. » Smooth Move class takes place from 2:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday. This informative class provides detailed information about the Permanent Change of Station process. Topics include: relocation stress factors, special assignments, shipment of household goods and more. Class meets on Pulaski Barracks, Bldg. 2891. For details, call 493-4203 or 0631-3406-4203.
» Banned Books Week takes place Sunday to Oct. 3 at Baumholder Library. If you can supply the titles of banned or challenged books based on clues, come and take the quiz at Baumholder Library for a chance to win a gift basket. A winner will be announced on Oct. 5. For more information, contact Baumholder Library, Smith Barracks, Bldg. 8332, at 485-1740 or 06783-6-1740. » An Oktoberfest Celebration of Friendship event takes place from 3 to 4 p.m. Oct. 14 at Baumholder Library for children ages 4 to 12 and their parents. This fun Oktoberfest themed event will include stories, music, crafts, games and a snack. Children who come dressed in a “Dirndl” or “Lederhosen,” Bavarianstyle clothing, will receive a small prize. No registration required. For details, contact Baumholder Library on Smith Barracks, Bldg. 8332, at 485-1740 or 06783-6-1740.
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Airman & Family Readiness Center
For details or to sign up for a class, call the Airman & Family Readiness Center at 480-5100. MONDAY » Boots to Business: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., A&FRC » Ramstein Spouses orientation: 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., A&FRC » USA Jobs: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., A&FRC TUESDAY » Boots to Business: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., A&FRC » Reintegration briefing: 9 to 11 a.m., IDRC » Pre-deployment briefing: 1 to 3 p.m., IDRC WEDNESDAY » Base INTRO: 7:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., E Club » Capstone: 8 to 10 a.m., A&FRC » Career Technical Training: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., A&FRC THURSDAY » Career Technical Training: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., A&FRC OCT. 2 » Commanders, First Sergeants, Superintendents Immersion: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., A&FRC
For details and to register for KMC Youth Instructional Classes, visit www.86fss.com, select “Family” and click “Instructional Classes” or call 06371-47-6444, Ramstein Youth Programs, or 0631-536-6504, Vogelweh Youth Programs.
For more information, call Health Promotion at 0637147-4292 or 480-4292 or stop by Bldg. 2117. MONDAY » Healthy Eating: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. TUESDAY » Running Clinic: 2 to 3 p.m. THURSDAY » BOD POD: 1 to 3 p.m. » OCT. 2 BOD POD: 8 to 10 a.m.
To register for classes or for more information, call Family Advocacy at 479-2370 or 06371-46-2370. » EXPECTANT PARENT ORIENTATION (MONTHLY): Every first Tuesday of each month, 8:30 to 11 a.m., Learning Resource Center, Bldg. 3718, at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. Learn about birth registration,
passports and much more. No sign-up needed. For more information, call the New Parent Support Program at 06371-46-2098 or 479-2098. » DADS 101: 8 to 10 a.m. the first Monday of every month, Bldg. 2117 (Health Promotion). The class is designed to teach fathers to become more effective parents. It allows dads to ask questions about labor and delivery, teaches them how to calm a crying baby, teaches role adjustment and other infant care issues. To register, call the New Parent Support Program at 479-2098 or 06371-46-2098. » DADS 201: THE BABY IS HERE…NOW WHAT?: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Bldg. 2121, third floor. The class taught by an experienced dad is designed to teach fathers the next steps to parenting, including: “when do kids start potty training?; How can I reconnect with my child after I’ve been gone on a deployment or TDY?; Why is my child growing at a different pace from siblings or other children?” Feel free to bring a lunch. To register, call 479-2098 or 06371-46-2098. » ANGER MANAGEMENT (FOUR SESSIONS): 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. today, Oct. 2, 9 and 16, Bldg. 2121, third floor. Anger is a normal human emotion. In this four-session training participants will learn new strategies for managing this strong emotion in healthier ways. Effective anger management results in better well-being and happier relationships with others. Feel free to bring lunch. To register, call 479-2370 or 06371-46-2370. » DOMESTIC ABUSE VICTIM ADVOCACY SERVICES: Family Advocacy provides a new service which offers immediate support and service for men or women affected by abuse. The Domestic Abuse Victim Advocacy program is available 24/7. Victims of domestic violence can call 479-2370 during duty hours or 0173-628-4624 after duty hours for a variety of support and advocacy services. Trained personnel stand ready to help. DAVA can provide assistance by helping to develop a safety plan, assessing imminent risk of harm, connecting with helpful services and arranging follow-up care.
Contact your school ASACS counselor for details. » ADOLESCENT SUPPORT AND COUNSELING SERVICE is a comprehensive program providing prevention education and counseling services to 11- to 19-yearold ID cardholders in the military community. ASACS’s
mission is to provide comprehensive counseling services to adolescents and military families stationed OCONUS while enhancing military readiness and quality of life. In addition, ASACS offers Life Skills classes that promote health and personal development in the Department of Defense schools. ASACS participate in supportive activities related to military life transitions as well as providing individual, group and family counseling services. ASACS counselors’ offices are located in DOD schools for the convenience of military families. ASACS counseling services are completely confidential. Hours are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday; however, flexible appointment times are available to meet the needs of military families.
Military Family Life Consultants
For details, call 0152-24211233; 0152-02663352; 0176-69333243; or 0151-5674 8179. » MILITARY FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS ARE LICENSED CLINICAL PROVIDERS who assist service members and their families with issues they may face throughout the cycle of deployment to reintegrating with their family and community. The MFLC program provides short-term, non-medical counseling support for a range of issues including: relationships, crisis intervention, stress management, grief, occupational and other individual and family issues. Psycho-educational presentations focused on issues common to the military family including: reunion and reintegration, stress and coping, grief and loss, and deployment and reintegration.
For Emergency Victim Care during duty hours and after duty hours, call 480-7272 or 06371-47-7272. For administration questions on the Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program, call 480-5597 or 06371-47-5597.
» SELF INITIATED CARE KIT, twice a month. Call 479-2273 (CARE) to sign up for a class. » ATTENTION: TRICARE ONLINE IS AVAILABLE for your convenience. Schedule your own appointments, view the home care website, check lab results, contact the nurse advice line, get medication refills and more. To register or for more information, visit www.tricareonline.com.
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A Teen Advisory Group meeting will be held from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Oct. 1 at Landstuhl Library. This meeting is an opportunity for teens to make their voices heard about what programs and materials they want to see offered at the library. No registration required. For details, contact RheinlandPfalz Library at Landstuhl, Bldg. 3810, at 486-7322 or 06371-86-7322.
Job openings at CYSS
If you are interested in working with children and youth, apply online for Child, Youth and School Services positions at www.usajobs.gov. Search for job title: Child and Youth Program Assistant (entry, skill and target level) CY-01/02. Positions are available on Kleber, Landstuhl, Sembach and Miesau locations. Child and Youth Program assistants work directly with children and youth and must be trustworthy, able to maintain a high degree of professionalism at all times and have the desire to be a positive inﬂuence on children and youth.
Tots and Tales storytime
Tots and Tales storytime at Rheinland-Pfalz Library is an entertaining event with ﬂannel board fun, ﬁngerplays, songs, activities and nursery rhymes. It promotes educational development and
reading readiness in young children, ages 12 to 24 months. Tots and Tales storytime is held at 10:30 a.m. every Tuesday. Sign up in advance. For more information, contact Landstuhl Library, Bldg. 3810, at 486-7322 or 06371-86-7322.
Kids pre-Halloween celebration
Celebrate Halloween early at the Rheinland-Pfalz Library from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 23. Children of all ages are invited to come out for a kids Halloween that includes a movie marathon, DIY makeup and costumes. No registration required. For more information, contact Landstuhl Library, Bldg. 3810, at 486-7322 or 06371-86-7322.
Preschool Halloween Storytime
Join the Rheinland-Pfalz Library at 10:30 a.m. Oct. 28 for a special Preschool Halloween Storytime at Landstuhl Library. Celebrate the holiday with some spooky fun. Children are encouraged to wear costumes. Open to preschool-aged children, ages 3 to 5. No registration required. For more information, contact Landstuhl Library, Bldg. 3810, at 486-7322 or 06371-86-7322.
Cheer and tumbling classes
SKIESUnlimited offers cheer and tumbling classes for youth ages 6 to 18. Classes help to
improve strength, ﬂexibility, jumps and tumbling. Classes are offered on a monthly basis at the Rhine Ordnance Barracks Special Events Center, Bldg. 237. For class offerings, times and prices, contact Parent Central Services on Pulaski Barracks, Bldg. 2898, at 493-4516/4122 or 0631-3406-4516/4122; or contact Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation One Stop shop on Landstuhl, Wilson Barracks, Bldg. 3810, at 486-8943 or 06371-86-8943.
Indoor Soccer (Seasonal-fall/winter)
SKIESUnlimited recently installed a brand new indoor soccer arena inside the Special Events Center, Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Bldg. 237. The licensed coaching staff is made up of current German team coaches and former professional, ﬁrst division soccer players. Open to ages 3 to 17; for all soccer skill levels including basic, intermediate and advanced. Youth will develop basic and fundamental soccer skills as well as tactics and formations. Parents will receive information and feedback on their child’s progress, talent and areas needing improvement. For more information, contact Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation One Stop shop on Landstuhl, Bldg. 3810 or Parent Central Services, Pulaski Barracks, Bldg. 2898, at 493-4516/4122 or 0631-3406-4516/4122.
Keeping children safe this school year by Tech. Sgt. Greg Riley 86th Security Forces Squadron It’s that time of the year again — temperatures are lowering and the days are getting shorter. Some may even notice the house is a little quieter which must mean that school is back in session. Even though this may be good news for most parents, and children, the start of the school year also raises challenges and concerns. Children are our most valuable assets, and getting them to and from school safely is one of our highest priorities. More than 3,600 kids attend school on Ramstein and a large number of them walk to school. According to the National Safety Council, 61 children are hit by cars every day in the U.S. In 1995, children between the ages of 5 and 9 were the more likely age group to be struck by a vehicle. However, this age demographic statistic has shifted noticeably over the last 20
years because of modern technology. The council reports that thanks to cell phones and other electronic devices, teenagers are much more distracted when walking in public, putting them at a higher risk of being struck by a car. This includes wearing headphones. It is prohibited on base to wear headphones while walking in a trafﬁc environment, e.g., crosswalks, parking lots, etc. The age old adage, “look both ways before crossing the street”, needs an additional, “keep your head up and your phone down.” Another mode of travel for students is bicycling. All rules and tips that pertain to electronics also apply to children choosing to ride a bike to school. Additional rules and tips apply to bicycle riders as well: Helmets must be worn by riders at all times; during periods of reduced visibility, including hours of darkness and inclement weather, riders should wear a highly visible outer garment or reﬂective
equipment as well as equip their bikes with a headlight and taillight; and don’t forget, bikers must also obey all trafﬁc rules. For those waiting for the bus, children should stay off the road and avoid congregating on corners, which can block a motorist’s view. When exiting the bus, children should walk at least 10 feet in front of the bus before crossing its path to ensure the driver can see them. Even though vehicle operators are required to stop for school buses, it is dangerous to assume they will, so always ensure the lane is clear before crossing. Note that if a school bus off base has pulled off the road into a designated pick-up and drop-off lane, drivers are not required to stop. Whether a child walks, bikes or takes the bus to school, there is a chance they will come in contact with a stranger. Do not assume that a military installation is safer than any other community. Unfortunately, crimes against children have happened on
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this base. It is very important for parents to talk to their children about “stranger danger.” The school year brings hectic amounts of various kinds of trafﬁc, and safety is everyone’s responsibility. Parents need to educate, implement and practice safety procedures. Children and students need to stay vigilant and follow set safety measures, and all vehicle operators are required to obey trafﬁc sym-
bols and speed limits. In addition, security forces will be increasing their presence in high trafﬁc areas to enforce trafﬁc laws, but hopefully that won’t be necessary. Let’s have a successful and safe school year. If you have any questions or would like more information on how to keep your child safe this school year, contact the 86th Security Forces Squadron Police Services at 480-1215 or 06371-47-1215.
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‘Take a Hike’
“Take a Hike,” the KMC’s guide to volksmarching, is now available to view online. For more information and to read more about upcoming volksmarching events in the area, visit www.kaiserslauternamerican.com.
Superhero 5K run/walk
Join Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation and the Army Substance Abuse Program for this year’s Red Ribbon Run Superhero 5K Oct. 17. Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the United States. Registration is free and will be held the day of the event from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Sembach Fitness Center. The run begins at 11:30 a.m. After the run, there will be costume contest, dance demos, prizes, food, drinks and more. Awards will be given to the first, second and third place winners of the adult and child costume contests. Open to community members of all ages. Dogs are welcome on a leash and the course is stroller friendly. For more information, visit kaiserslautern.armymwr.com.
Recreational soccer Sundays
Play soccer from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday at Miesau Army Depot soccer field and on Pulaski Barracks soccer field. Open to U.S. ID cardholders, Department of Defense Civilians and retirees ages 16 and up. For details, contact Robert
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Flag football championships
A brand new Massage and Yoga Studio has opened on Pulaski Barracks, Bldg. 2899. Massages are available by appointment and include: prenatal, Swedish, deep tissue, sports and oncology. Price: $55 per one hour; $40 per half hour. Vinyasa Yoga classes are available from noon to 12:45 p.m. Mondays; 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays; and noon to 1 p.m. Wednesdays. Price: $4 per class or $30 for 10 classes. Additional classes will become available in the near future. Individual classes and 10-class package booklets may be purchased next door at Outdoor Recreation, Bldg. 2905. To make an appointment for a massage, call 0174-946-7470. For more information, visit www.kaiserslautern.armymwr.com.
Cheer on your favorite team at the Unit Level Flag Football Championships at 6 p.m. Oct. 13 to 16 at the KAD Field near Daenner Kaserne. The top six teams from this year’s season will face off in a double-elimination style tournament. Awards will be presented to the first, second and third place teams. The first and second place teams will advance to the Installation Management Command tournament. For more information, contact Rhine Ordnance Barracks Fitness Center at 493-2088 or 0631-3406-2088.
Functional Fitness classes are available at Kleber Fitness Center. Get in shape with constantly varied functional movements at high intensity. Class days and times are from 5:30 to 6:15 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday. Cost: $4 per class. Early morning classes are free to active-duty military in PT uniform. For more information, contact Kleber Fitness Center, Bldg. 3235, at 483-7610 or 0631-411-7610.
Youth Sports coaches needed
Are you interested in coaching? Youth Sports is currently seeking coaches for various youth sports. For more information or to get involved, call
New Massage and Yoga Studio
Disc Golf at Pulaski Park
Outdoor Recreation now offers Disc Golf at Pulaski Park. Grab a team, pick up a Frisbee and take advantage of this interactive flying disc game that requires precision and accuracy. The brand new Disc Golf course at Pulaski Park is open for public use. Frisbees may be rented from Outdoor Recreation, or you may bring your own. For more information, contact Outdoor Recreation on Pulaski Barracks, Bldg. 2905, at 493-4117 or 0631-3406-4117.
September 25, 2015
NOW SHOWING Editor’s note: The movies listing was the most current at the time of publication. Dates are subject to change. Please check with your local theater for the most up-to-date schedule.
Everest *3D* (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 8:15 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 2 *3D* (PG) 11:15 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:15 p.m. The Intern (PG-13) 11 a.m., 5 p.m. Maze Runner the Scorch Trails (PG-13) 1:45 p.m., 8 p.m. Black Mass (R) 11 a.m., 9:45 p.m. The Gift (R) 2 p.m., 10 p.m. SATURDAY Everest *3D* (PG-13) 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 2 *3D* (PG) 11:15 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:15 p.m. The Intern (PG-13) 11 a.m., 5 p.m. Maze Runner the Scorch Trails (PG-13) 1:45 p.m., 8 p.m. Black Mass (R) 11 a.m., 9:45 p.m. The Gift (R) 10 p.m. SUNDAY Everest *3D* (PG-13) 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 2 *3D* (PG) 11:15 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:15 p.m. The Intern (PG-13) 2:45 p.m., 5:45 p.m. Maze Runner the Scorch Trails (PG-13) 11:45 a.m. Black Mass (R) 11 a.m. MONDAY Everest *3D* (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 8 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 2 *3D* (PG) 11:15 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m. The Intern (PG-13) 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m. Maze Runner the Scorch Trails (PG-13) 11 a.m., 4:45 p.m. Black Mass (R) 11 a.m., 7:45 p.m. The Gift (R) 2 p.m., 7:45 p.m. Straight Outta Compton (R) 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Everest (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 8:15 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 2 (PG) 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m. The Intern (PG-13) 11 a.m., 4:45 p.m. Maze Runner the Scorch Trails (PG-13) 1:45 p.m., 8 p.m. Black Mass (R) 2:15 p.m., 7:30 p.m. The Gift (R) 11:15 a.m., 5:15 p.m. Straight Outta Compton (R) 7:45 p.m. WEDNESDAY Everest in 3D (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 8 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 2 *3D* (PG) 11:15 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m. The Intern (PG-13) 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m. Maze Runner the Scorch Trails (PG-13) 11 a.m., 4:45 p.m. Black Mass (R) 11 a.m., 7:45 p.m. The Gift (R) 2 p.m., 7:45 p.m. Straight Outta Compton (R) 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY Everest in 3D (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 8 p.m. Hotel Transylvania 2 *3D* (PG) 11:15 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m. The Intern (PG-13) 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m. Maze Runner the Scorch Trails (PG-13) 11 a.m., 4:45 p.m. Black Mass (R) 11 a.m., 7:45 p.m. The Gift (R) 2 p.m., 7:45 p.m. Straight Outta Compton (R) 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY
Starring Keira Knightley and Jake Gyllenhaal. Hotel Transylvania 2 (PG)
Inspired by the incredible events surrounding an attempt to reach the summit of the world’s highest mountain, Everest documents the awe-inspiring journey of two different expeditions challenged beyond their limits by one of the fiercest snowstorms ever encountered by mankind.
Everything seems to be changing for the better at Hotel Transylvania... But behind closed coffins, Dracula is worried that his adorable halfhuman, half-vampire grandson, Dennis, isn’t showing signs of being a vampire. So while Mavis is busy visiting her human in-laws with Johnny - and in for a major cultural shock of her own — “Vampa” Drac enlists his friends Frank, Murray, Wayne and Griffin to put Dennis through a “monster-in-training” boot camp. Starring Adam Sandler and Selena Gomez
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The Intern (PG-13) Ben Whittaker is a 70-year-old widower who has discovered that retirement isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Seizing an opportunity to get back in the game, he becomes a senior intern at an online fashion site, founded and run by Jules Ostin. Starring Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro.
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9 “Dallas” ranch 10 Cringed 11 Small terriers 12 Divine messenger 13 Writer of verse 18 Composer’s work 22 With fervor 24 Aid a felon 26 “Believe” singer 27 Acting job 28 Relieved 30 ___ John 32 Moustache type 34 Lasso 35 Is in debt 37 Nativity 38 Consumes 41 Correspondence 43 Prodded 45 Make bubbly 46 Baby doll’s cry 47 Go away 49 Valleys 50 Excess ﬂesh 51 Snooty one 53 French possessive 54 Analogy words 55 Mariner’s cry 58 African antelope
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Caution: Some Classified ads have become a target for scams. Please be cautious if potential buyers offer you payment methods other than cash. '01 Mazda Miata MX-5 Conv., 143000. Green, Black Top, Woodgr., Tan Leather, CD/MP3 Plyr, Heated Seats. NEW: Battery, Alternator, Top. Some wear; Drivers side Scrape; Non-Smok. 5 Spd. Man., Pwr. locks/wind. Text 015146617896. $3600 obo. Thx 1 PT Cruiser, 2.2 Diesel, 2003, Green Plate 5 Speed, 4 door, TUV New, Air Cond, 2 Sets of Tires, Summer/Winter, ABS, Power Stearing, Elec Windows and Locks, Keyless Entry, Price 2500 EUR
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Ramstein: TLA-TDY 4-6Bdr. houses, $100-200, ruth-varner@t-onli ne.de, Conveniently located near the center of Ramstein, we offer 3 wonderful TLAs (http://ramsteinoasis.com). These fully-equipped/ all-inclusive houses are ideally located a few minutes from Ramstein Air Base & two blocks from local restaurants & shops. Free high-speed WIFI, SKY TV, DVD player, free phone calls to US. Park, bus stop, train are within a short walk.
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BMW 330D M Cabrio 2013, Mint Cond. Last of the big engines, All options, 22k Miles, Euro Spec, Very Fast. Too Many options to list. Head turning convertible. Spotless in and out. No dings or scratches $42,000, jamco54@ya hoo.com/015117265896
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The 86th Force Support Squadron at Ramstein has licensed providers on and off the installation. Providers who provide more than 10 hours a week of care must be licensed. Please use good judgment when choosing child care services. For more information please contact DSN 478-7420 or civ 06371405-7420 or email 86FSS.FCC@ramstein.af.mil Daycare K-town area full or part time, nights & weekends. Open for all ages. Also Schopp & Trippstadt Call 0151-41281576 or 06328-8229 Play Academy ChildCare. I am a licensed & certified child care provider. I live in Rodenbach, 10 min Vogelweh & 10 min RAB. I have years of experience & references. My home is warm & cozy. Warm home cooked Lunch is provided for the children every day. Your child will have its very own indoor playground & fenced in backyard for the summer as well as weekly field trip outings. If you are in need, I am here for you MondayFriday. Age 2-5, Mon-Fri 7-5. 0176-83550843
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Chestnut season is coming up! Chestnut trees grow in the Palatinate forest and southern Weinstrasse regions, therefore everything in the Trifelsland region will be chestnut themed from October 1 to November 15. Participating cafes, vineyards and restaurants will be customizing their menus to take part in the celebration. Locals love these little delicacies so much they’re not afraid to put them in anything and everything edible. Chestnuts in desserts? Yes. Chestnuts in Bratwurst? Yes. Their culinary market will be offering an array of exotic chestnut flavored delicacies. Everything from dumplings, soups, honey and pies, not to mention beer and liqueur, will be found in Annweiler am Trifels on October 3 and 4. Of course other traditional meals will be found there too, such as homemade Flammkuchen and local wine. Chestnut flour is a healthy and gluten free alternative to regular wheat and tastes amazing in bread or other savory baked goods. Salesmen at the market will be happy to assist you with any nutrition related questions as well as recipes. On October 3, Trifelsland will elect their 12th chestnut queen in a solemn ceremony. If you’re more interested in exploring the forest on your own or with your family, you can hike along the 60 kilometer ‘Pfälzer Keschdeweg’ (Palatine chestnut route), which leads you past the historic Madenburg and the romantic wine villages of Eschbach and Leinweiler. In a nutshell (pun intended), delicious weeks lie ahead of us and you won’t want to miss this colorful program to brighten up your fall and spice up your kitchen. — See more at: militaryingermany.com/ chestnut-days-in-trifelsland #sthash.gNpZ4KYV.dpuf
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Selling at 1 half the value given by the Swarovski companySwarovski Crystal - Attention collectors! All retired pieces reduced to half their value, All pieces over 50years old! Prices greatly reduced! Great gift for any special occasion! Private collection!The last Necklace, fashion jewelry, black, two Retired pieces, whale, turtle. different pearls & stones, $5, Call for info: 06332-41560 between 2pm to 8pm. Can deliver to firstname.lastname@example.org RAB! New Set of 4 Tires, $700/OBO, email@example.com, Michelin Shamballa Bracelet - Brown/CreLTX M/S P255/65R17 108T, me, handmade, adjustable in size, Purchased/Shipped the Wrong Sifits almost every wrist. Beautiful ze Tires so looking to sell locally accessory for any occasion, any vice shipping back. Valued over outfit. Treat yourself to something $900 for the set, not counting nice or bring a smile to your best shipping costs. girl friends. €15, copongracz@ Only Jeans - different sizes and gmail.com
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All blond pine German Bed, schrank and sideboard and bedside stand. Email co firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Antique 100 y.o. German china cabinet, matching dining table with 4 chairs. See photo on KA classifieds web page. Contact Eric and Mia at 063759949674., €950, email@example.com Antique Bench, Antique bench with cushion seat, storage space and wheels. See photo on KA classifieds web page. Contact Eric and Mia at 063759949674, €600, firstname.lastname@example.org Antique corner desk. See photo on KA classifieds web page. Contact Eric and Mia at 063759949674, €150, email@example.com Antique reproduction secretary desk. See photos on KA classifieds web page. Contact Eric and Mia at 063759949674., €120, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Glass couch table 1meter width, 14 cm height, €60, coffee house table with marble top and iron Weddding dress, €150 OBO, feet w/2 chairs, €60. 06374-1717 worn once, still happy, email me or 0157-72670561 for more info: jennifer_tubler@ya hoo.com Wooden bookshelf. See photo on KA classifieds web page. ConEric and Mia at White H&M Blazer - Size XS - S. tact $150, See pics on class-world.com, 063759949674, email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Kaiserslautern American is the local newspaper for the Kaiserslautern Military Community (KMC), including Headquarters, U.S. Air Forces...
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The Kaiserslautern American is the local newspaper for the Kaiserslautern Military Community (KMC), including Headquarters, U.S. Air Forces...