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HAVE YOU READ YOUR KA TODAY?
July 25, 2014
Volume 38, number 29
Airmen, Soldiers share medical expertise
Story and photo by
Senior Airman Timothy Moore
86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
Members of the 86th Medical Group tactical critical care evacuation team-enhanced and the 160th Forward Surgical team carry a training
dummy to a simulated medical evacuation zone during joint FST training July 18 on Ramstein. Members of the 86th MDG TCCET-E and the
160th FST trained together to increase their interoperability.
Regardless of the branch a service member belongs to, capable and efficient medical
staff are essential to getting injured personnel home safe.
As the military becomes more integrated,
the chances of medical teams being composed of members from multiple services
learning and working with each other to better improve interoperability increases, and
members of the 86th Medical Group tactical
critical care evacuation team-enhanced and
the 160th Forward Surgical Team got such a
chance July 18 on Ramstein.
“I have deployed with augmentees that
were Air Force personnel,” said U.S. Army
Maj. Gustavo Moreno, 160th FST commander. “They knew what to do because
they had been training with the Army.
“Medicine is medicine no matter the
uniform you wear,” Moreno continued.
“The Air Force has its unique mission that
involves aircraft. We have a unique mission that involves going forward with combat units. The goal of today is to share our
knowledge and learn new skills from each
other.”
The FST is a small mobile surgical unit to
be positioned as far forward as possible to
See MEDICINE, Page 3
AF focuses fourth round of VERA/VSIP on headquarters reductions
WASHINGTON — In an effort
to lead its force management actions
with voluntary programs, the Air
Force announced a fourth round of
civilian workforce shaping measures
that began Monday.
This follows the recent Air Force
announcement on headquarters organization and staffing reductions.
Those changes are designed to eliminate redundant activities and improve
efficiencies while also satisfying previous secretary of defense direction
to reduce management headquarters
costs and staff levels by 20 percent.
Voluntary early retirement authority and voluntary separation incentive pay will be used to realign and
rebalance the civilian force during the
round IV program. Round IV is largely focused on Headquarters Air Forceassigned civilian employees, primar-
ily located in the national capital
region. Civilians at some major command locations who could be impacted by these changes will also participate. The remaining MAJCOMs will
participate in a subsequent round.
Civilian employees will receive
VERA/VSIP interest surveys from
their local civilian personnel sections
on or about Monday and responses are
due by Aug. 1, unless an earlier date is
established by local CPSs. Applicants
approved for this round of VERA/
VSIP must separate no later than
Sept. 30.
“As the Air Force works to streamline the management framework
regarding basic organization structures and associated business practices, some civilian positions at the
See REDUCTIONS, Page 7
FEATURES
LIFESTYLES
NEWS
According to German law, washing vehicles is not allowed on the
streets. Use car wash facilities.
NEWS
Tip of the Week
Airmen execute LZ
training, Page 6
Ramstein Inns Lodging
NAF sale, Page 8
Annweiler honors Richard the
Lionheart with fest, Page 22
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July 25, 2014
General says goodbye to USAREUR
by Maj. Gen. Richard C. Longo
U.S. Army Europe deputy
commander
COMMENTARY
I have proudly served the U.S.
Army and the American people
as an Army officer for 34 years.
Within those years I have raised a
wonderful family, met courageous
and inspiring people, and gained
personal and professional fulfillment from this profession.
It is fitting for Dianne and me
to end our time in the Army here
in Wiesbaden. We walked the same
cobblestoned streets 32 years ago
when I was a young lieutenant. We
were married right downtown. We
have been blessed to have spent so
many years in Germany. My children
call it home. I remain friends with
my first Wiesbaden landlord from
1983. I have a signed basketball from
the German National Championship
Team in Bamberg in 2005. And I
celebrated a Germany World Cup
victory in the streets of Heidelberg in
2006. Germany has been a gracious
host to us through the years.
Not every day was enjoyable or
comfortable, but we Soldiers would
not have it any other way. As I
depart, I have a few words to share,
which might be pertinent.
For young leaders, enforce stan-
dards professionally. Seek and
embrace responsibility and challenge. The concept of mission command empowers and compels you to
continually adapt and grow. Know
your commander’s intent and get
after it. Take care of your Soldiers.
For noncommissioned officers,
having these two very cool stars on
my chest was kind of awesome, but
it would never have happened if not
for the gentle and sometimes not so
gentle coaching by the very excellent NCOs I have been honored to
be associated with. I am completely
indebted to you.
For field grade officers, especially those who are doing well, beware
of your ambition. I’ve never rated a
major or lieutenant colonel higher
because he or she worked 20-hour
days. On the contrary, senior leaders are most impressed by those
who demonstrate the highest moral
and ethical standards, balance their
professional and personal lives, and
execute intent with minimal guidance (i.e. “Message to Garcia”),
and those who are team players
who make everyone else around
them better.
For our senior colonels, know
that your character influences
scores of younger leaders. In this
time of turbulence and uncertainty
Photo by Sgt. Daniel Cole
Maj. Gen. Richard C. Longo, deputy commander of U.S. Army Europe, speaks to U.S.
and Estonian soldiers during a ceremony
marking the start of land forces exercises.
The general retired Tuesday after serving
the Army for 34 years.
for our more junior officers, they
will be looking at you and asking
themselves, “Is this worth it?” Your
demeanor will answer the question
for them. Know this and conduct
yourself in a manner that you want
your entire team to emulate.
For general officers, I recommend you continue to learn every
day. Maintain a humble servant
leadership style that serves the units
and Soldiers under your command,
not one that lives to serve you. I
have been fortunate in U.S. Army
Europe to experience this level of
leadership. And I am thankful for
the genuine friendships.
To our Army civilian employees, you provide the continuity
we absolutely require during these
times of dynamic change. You have
weathered the sequestration and
living quarters allowance debacles
with honor and grace, and I thank
you for continuing to perform for
the benefit of our Army and our
Soldiers.
To our Army’s spouses, continue
to support, understand and challenge your partners as they pursue
this career we all have grown to
love. It is a career that, by definition, is one of sacrifice. And this
necessarily creates hardships on the
families we love. Thank you for
sustaining our families in some
of the most uncertain and difficult
times in our Army’s history.
And to our Soldiers, know that
there are people of all ranks, from
all branches and all backgrounds,
who struggle each day to make the
best decisions for our Army. We
don’t get it right every time, but
we are constantly trying to. You
are “the Army.” You represent us
so well and, without question, you
are the reason I stayed in for these
34 years. I simply chose to spend
the last three decades with people whose default is loyalty, duty,
respect, selfless service, honor,
integrity and courage. I wouldn’t
have had it any other way. It is you
I will miss the most.
76th AS enables diplomacy in the 21st century
by Lt. Col. Dan Mangan
76th Airlift Squadron
commander
Though World War I is
historically called “The
Great War,” its stories, lessons and anniversaries are
often overlooked or forgotten and left in the shadows
of other more “glorious” or
more recent wars.
Just recently we remembered the 70th anniversary
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of D-Day with great ceremony and reverence, but
there has been very little
mention of the upcoming
100-year anniversary of
World War I, despite the
enormous impact this conflict had on shaping the
world we live in today.
June 28 was the 100th
anniversary of Gavrilo
Princip’s assassination of
Archduke Ferdinand and
his wife, Duchess Sophie,
in Sarajevo. During the
month that followed the
mentally frail Princip’s dastardly and nearly bungled
act, a Europe-wide diplomatic crisis ensued. Some
say this single assassination
was the catalyst for nearly
a century of war, resulting in the deaths of untold
millions. The assassination
may have been the spark
that ignited the fire, but it
was decades of failed diplo-
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macy that laid down the tinder for which Princip was
ultimately the match.
Ironically, decades of
failed diplomacy aboard
steamship, rail and horse
came crashing down when
Princip was able to assassinate Ferdinand and his wife
in an automobile through
the misfortune of a wrong
turn by Ferdinand’s own car
driver. The archduke had
decided to make a detour
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to the hospital in Sarajevo
to visit another individual who had been injured
earlier that day in a separate attempt on the archduke’s own life. Knowing
this, one may wonder why
getting out of town right
away was not higher on
the archduke’s list at that
point. But on the archduke’s
nobly intentioned journey
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Blue Knights keep Ramstein in flight
lift support for the White House,
Headquarters Air Force, North
Atlantic Treaty Organization,
U.S. European Command, U.S.
At a moment’s notice, Airmen
Africa Command, and USAFEof the 86th Aircraft Maintenance
AFAFRICA
commanders,”
Squadron provide combat-ready
Shroyer said. “We primarily fly
C-130J Super Hercules, desigGen. Philip M. Breedlove, comnated visitor aircraft and equipmander, USEUCOM and NATO
ment.
Supreme Allied Commander
More than 240 Airmen in the
Europe. We are flying crew
squadron work to ensure aircraft
chiefs, which means that we
are ready to complete nearly
travel with the aircraft and per930 missions and 2,230 sorties
form and coordinate all offa year, covering the European
station maintenance.”
Command, Central Command
We are also unique from the
and African Command mission
other maintenance sections in
taskings.
86th AMXS because we do
“We maintain USAFE’s only
not have specialist troops like
Tactical Airlift Fleet,” said
hydraulics, engines, electronics,
Master Sgt. Charles McCollum, Tech. Sgt. Edwin Huertas, 86th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron population engineer NCOIC, and Senior Airman communication and navigation,
Ridge Rozier, 86th AMXS hydraulics specialist, take a cover off a C-130J Super Hercules June 7 on Ramstein.
86th AMXS assistant mainte- Members of the 86th AMXS work round the clock to ensure aircraft are mission ready at all times.
Shroyer said. We are qualified
nance superintendent. “We serto work on all aspects of the airvice, maintain and repair the aircraft at home station are low manned,” said Staff Sgt. Phillip Shroyer, craft, and are the “jack of all trades” when it comes
as well as all off-station missions with our Flying 86th AMXS special air mission flying crew chief. to making repairs off-station. We are extremely high
Crew Chief Program. Last year, we had (more than “We are all part of the same squadron so we always visibility because of the distinguished visitors and
7,820) flight hours. We are very busy getting the look out for one another.”
missions we fly, and must maintain the highest level
aircraft ready to fly out and support the mission.”
Shroyer is a part of the distinguished visitor airlift of professionalism at all times.
Making sure each component of the aircraft is section of the 86th AMXS. Within this section, the
Using the work ethic expected from every Airman
working properly is essential to the mission being Airmen are hand-picked to be part of a select group in the 86th AMXS, they contribute to the overall
completed. Airmen in the squadron must know how of flying crew chiefs for the Boeing C-40B Clipper. success of the squadron.
to properly repair the different parts of the aircraft These Airmen go with the aircraft on each mission
“Our plane is gone about 20 days out of the
otherwise an aircraft will be unable to take off.
to make sure that any mishaps are taken care of.
month,” Shroyer said. “We have seven people in
“The different areas that we work on are guid“I used to work on the C-130J for three years our section, so we rotate two people at a time for
ance and control, hydraulics, communications and before I came over to this section,” Shroyer said. “I that aircraft. I’ll probably go on two missions each
navigation, electrical and environmental, electronic wasn’t sure what this program was until someone month.”
warfare, engine and airframe,” McCollum said. told me and asked if I wanted to do it. We turned in
The Airmen of the squadron are trained to be
“Issues to any one of these systems could ground my package and they looked at my enlisted perfor- technical experts on their aircraft. Whether it’s fixthe aircraft preventing the C-130Js from supporting mance report to see if I lined up for this position. ing an engine on a C-130J or ensuring designated
EUCOM, AFRICOM and CENTOM missions.”
We now actually do an interview for this position, visitor airlifts the Airmen amaze their supervisors
Between working nine-hour shifts to complete a we will get three or four people, interview them and every day with their ability to perform their duties
24-hour duty day, supporting three commands, and then select who gets to come over.”
correctly and accurately, McCollum said.
ensuring the 14 C-130J Super Hercules are mission
With such a high profile position these Airmen
Leading the way as U.S. Air Forces in Europe
ready, the squadron makes sure each Airman has make sure the sole U.S. Air Forces in Europe and and Air Forces Africa tactical airlift, the 86th
support on and off the flightline.
Air Force Africa C-40B aircraft is functioning at AMXS Blue Knights are using training, airman-to“We get a lot of help from the other sections if we all times.
airman support and quality work ethics to get airneed it and we are always ready to help them if they
“This aircraft provides distinguished visitor air- craft in flight and prepared to complete the mission.
Story and photo by
Senior Airman Holly Mansfield
86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
medicine, from Page 1
deliver surgical capability for
injured service members who
would be unable to survive a
medical evacuation.
The TCCET-E is designed
to perform in-flight surgery
on patients in critical lifethreatening conditions who
cannot wait or are not close
to an area with an adequate
medical facility.
The training focused on the
FST mission, which requires
the team to be able to set up
and be capable of performing medical operations within a 90 minute timeframe.
However, 160th FST mem-
bers did get to see part of
the TCCET-E capabilities,
particularly, those that allow
them to deal with injuries at
different elevations and air
pressures.
For many of the participants, this was a first look
at the capabilities of what
their counterparts could do,
and for some U.S. Army
ROTC cadets here as part of
the Nurse Summer Training
Program, this was a first seeing multiple services working
closely together.
“It’s very interesting to see
how they adapt to the environment they are in,” said
Cadet Tamara Lazaruk, U.S.
Army ROTC from Stephen
F. Austin State University.
“They can set this up in the
middle of a forest, and it’s
very interesting to see how
they operate with one another.
Also, I have never worked
in a joint force before my
internship, where I work with
Air Force captains. It’s nice
to see a different side of the
military. They are no different
than Army personnel.”
Lazaruk and the seven
other Army cadets here in the
NSTP, who could potentially
be assigned to an FST unit
one day, were not the only
ones to make the realization
that all military medical per-
sonnel are on the same team,
doing the same job.
“Since we know these
people and work shoulderto-shoulder with them in the
operating room or the wards
we notice that our job is the
same thing; we just call it
something different,” Moreno
said. “Why not train together?
We all get something out of
it; we become better professionals, and we make a much
more integrated force.”
GRAND OPENING
Stop by the Grand opening of
Nanu Nana Saturday 26 July at 1000
and join in the fun, enter to win 1 of 10
gift baskets, free balloons for the kids,
and lots of grand opening specials.
Hours of operation are from
1000-2000, Mon-Sat and from
1000-1900 on Sundays.
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July 25, 2014
COMPILED BY THE
569TH USFPS AND 86TH SFS
Reported Larcenies
JULY 15
» Queidersbach: Seventy pairs of tennis
shoes, one gold watch, one gold bracelet and
€500.
JULY 15
5 a.m.: Larceny of private property was reported in
Queidersbach.
5 p.m.: An arson and stolen U.S. Army Europe
license plate were reported in BruchmühlbachMiesau.
8:28 p.m.: A major traffic accident was reported in
Gerhardsbrunn.
9:14 p.m.: A major traffic accident was reported in
Landstuhl.
JULY 16
2:55 a.m.: Drunken driving was reported in
Ramstein-Miesenbach.
7:45 a.m.: A major traffic accident was reported in
Jettenbach.
JULY 17
10:50 a.m.: A self-harm attempt was reported on
Kapaun Air Station.
12:20 p.m.: A major traffic accident with injuries
was reported in Landstuhl.
4:27 p.m.: An assault and damage to private property were reported on Kapaun Air Station.
7:20 p.m.: A major traffic accident with injuries
11 a.m.: Theft from a motor vehicle was reported
in Kaiserslautern.
1:31 p.m.: A major traffic accident was reported in
Mannheim.
6:18 p.m.: A major traffic accident with injuries
was reported in Kaiserslautern.
JULY 19
4:03 p.m.: Drunken driving was reported in
Kaiserslautern.
9:22 p.m.: Damage to private property was reported on Vogelweh Family Housing.
JULY 20
12:32 a.m.: Drunken driving was reported in
Weilerbach.
3:15 a.m.: A possible self-harm was reported on
Kapaun.
6:48 a.m.: Drunken driving was reported in
Kaiserslautern.
The KMC Housing Office and the Furnishings Management Office will close at 2 p.m.
Aug 7 for training.
Dentistry seminar
The Ramstein Dental Clinic will offer a preventive dentistry seminar today by appointment
only. Services offered include well baby exams
for ages 0 to 3, nutrition counseling and oral
hygiene education. To schedule an appointment,
call 479-2210 or 06371-46-2210.
Volunteers needed
Take Note
» Kaiserslautern: One Nutri blender and
miscellaneous teas and spices.
JULY 18
Closures
The Airman’s Attic is now in charge of the
Loan Locker Program, and they need help
from volunteers (U.S. military members, military spouses and dependents). The next volunteer orientation will be at 10:30 a.m. Aug. 1
at the Airman’s Attic, Bldg. 2162, adjacent to
the southside barbershop. If you are a spouse
but need child care in order to volunteer, the
requirements are simple. Sign up at the Airman
& Family Readiness Center to be approved
through the Air Force Aid Society. The volunteer must select a qualified Family Child care
Program provider in order to use a KMC child
care volunteer. Call the A&FRC at 480-5100 or
06371-47-5100 for more information.
Cycle for STEM
JULY 18
was reported in Wallhalben.
9:10 p.m.: A major traffic accident with injuries
was reported in Primasens.
KMC Armed Forces Communications and
Electronics Association Chapter 158 will host
Cycle for Science, Technology, Engineering and
Mathematics Aug. 16 to 18. Passionate cyclists will
revel in the challenge of pedaling 230 kilometers
JULY 21
» Vogelweh: Miscellaneous grocery items
valued at $90.79.
JULY 21
7 a.m.: A major traffic accident with injuries was
reported in Hütschenhausen.
7:35 a.m.: An assault was reported in Kaiserslautern.
4:15 p.m.: Larceny of government property was
reported at the Vogelweh Commissary.
JULY 22
2:15 a.m.: An
Kaiserslautern.
was
reported
in
AADD STATS
July 18 — 9 volunteers, number of saves not
recorded.
July 19 — 19 volunteers, 16 lives potentially saved.
from Bonn to Ramstein on the Rhine Cycle Route.
Cycle for STEM enables cyclists and support staff
to have fun while making a difference in the lives
of STEM students and teachers. STEM education
is at the core of national security and economic
prosperity worldwide. All Cycle for STEM proceeds help the AFCEA Educational Foundation
provide scholarships and grants to deserving STEM students and teachers. Registration
fee is $100 and includes two nights camping,
two breakfasts, two lunches, and water and
snacks along the ride. Riders will be responsible for securing transportation to Bonn the
morning of Aug. 16 and providing necessary
camping gear. There will be support teams available to transport all gear. Each rider will need to
raise a minimum of $250 in sponsorship. For more
information, call Master Sgt. Todd Weingeroff
at 480-3435 or Master Sgt. Paul Vinson at 4783737, email [email protected], or visit
www.afcea.org/events/cycleforstem/14/index.asp.
New law
accident
German traffic law now requires one yellow
or orange reflective vest in every car, truck or
bus on German roads. A €15 fine will apply for
violations. The vests must comply with German
Standard DIN EN 471 or European Standard
EN ISO 20471:2013. The vests must be worn
in case of an accident or vehicle break-down
to increase visibility of the people exiting
the vehicle. It is recommended (although not
required) to have one vest available for every
vehicle occupant. Once out of the vehicle,
immediately place the reflective warning triangle as required, get off the road as far as
possible (behind guard rails if present) and wait
there for help to arrive.
School bags needed
The Protestant Parish Office Kaiserslautern
is looking for school bags for students from
needy families (mainly in first to fourth grade).
Satchels, backpacks and other school bags are
needed. Drop off location is the parish office
(Evangelischer Gemeindedienst), Stiftsstrasse
2, 67655 Kaiserslautern (next to Stiftskirche).
For more information, call 0631-36250913 or
0631-36250912.
Quad riding rules
Before bringing a quad and all-terrain vehicle
to Germany or renting one locally, riders must
be aware of the rules. Riders in Germany must
be in possession of a class B (regular POV)
driver’s license and wear a helmet. Quads
registered in Germany — and that includes
U.S. Army Europe-registered vehicles — may
be driven on all public roads. Riding on the
autobahn is only permissible if the maximum
allowed speed for the vehicle is over 60 kilometers per hour. Roads and trails designated
for agricultural or forestry vehicles only are off
limits for quads unless riders have prior permission from the local forestry office. Off-roading
is prohibited in Germany. As a general rule,
riding a quad is only allowed where it is also
legal to drive a car. There are very few off-road
quad areas in Germany, and none of them are
in the local area. The closest quad area is in
Saverne, France, which is 85 kilometers from
Kaiserslautern.
» Kinsbach: Coppe
laptops.
» Landstuhl: Tw
APRIL 28
industrial counter coo
mander, one industrial
industrial salad dispe
trial drink mixer, one
washer, one industria
plate, one industrial fl
trial fryer, one industri
» Ramstein: Copp
APRIL 22
Vehicle Readiness Squad
sure the snow equipmen
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86th AW, 435th AGOW
Airmen execute LZ training
Photos by Senior Airman Christine Griffiths
TOP: A U.S. Air Force C-130J Super Hercules from Ramstein
takes off from a grass landing strip on Powidz Air Base, Poland,
July 11. Airmen from the 86th Airlift Wing are located in Poland
for a forward training deployment. Training events with NATO
allies demonstrate shared commitments to peace.
MIDDLE LEFT: Staff Sgt. Alexis Effinger-Morris, 435th Air
Ground Operation Wing’s Air Mobility Squadron contingency
airfield manager, places a visual airfield marking panel in
preparation for land zone training.
MIDDLE RIGHT: A U.S. Air Force C-130J Super Hercules from
Ramstein performs a fly over at Powidz Air Base, Poland.
BOTTOM: Master Sgt. Stanley MacDonald, 435th AGOW’s AMS
air traffic controller, and Staff Sgt. Brock Neel, 435th AMS
engineer, survey an area for training with a dynamic cone
penetrometer July 11 at Powidz Air Base, Poland. The measurement from the DCP is one of the steps in determining if an airfield is safe for an aircraft landing.
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Behind the scenes with protocol
by Senior Airman
Jonathan Stefanko
86th Airlift Wing
Public Affairs
T
here hangs a simple
white board, covered
in what seems to be
the trivial scribbles of
a to-do list. Though insignificant at first glance, a closer look reveals extraordinary
events like meeting President
Obama and the Air Force chief
of staff, to planning the details
of a change of command and
promotion ceremonies.
With the responsibility of
providing support to approximately 22,000 military
members and Department
of Defense civilians within
the 86th Airlift Wing, 435th
Air Ground Operations
Wing and 521st Air Mobility
Operations Wing, the five
man 86 AW protocol office
also helps their neighboring protocol offices from the
U.S. Air Forces in Europe,
21st Theater Sustainment
Command and NATO.
“I was overwhelmed when
I first got here three months
ago,” said Teresa Bracher,
86th AW chief of protocol. “I thought I knew what
Ramstein did, but I didn’t
understand truly how busy
it was. For example, in just
May, June and July, we
had to perform 60 changes
of command as well as dry
runs. That’s not including the
retirements, promotions, congressional visits, support for
the president and the vice
president.”
Due to Ramstein’s location
and diverse mission, protocol
Airmen must stand ready to
schedule, organize and execute an average of 500 distinguished visitor tours and visits
to Ramstein every year.
“We have someone on call
at all times just in case we
have an unexpected arrival,”
Bracher said. “We have to
stay flexible and adapt to any-
The processes available to rebalance or
reskill the work force include using reducHeadquarters Air Force level will be eliminat- tion-in-force procedures to determine overed,” said Heidi Liebel, the acting chief of the age employee priority placement rights into
civilian force policy division. “The Air Force is vacant positions, as well as providing the
committed to minimizing the adverse impacts flexibility to waive qualifications and proof restructuring on our civilvide retained grade and
ian employees, hence the
pay if placed in a lower
use of VERA/VSIP to offer
graded position. In that
voluntary early separation or
regard, the HAF and other
retirement incentives.”
participating bases will
There will be at least one
begin their preparations for
more round of civilian worksubmitting their requests for
force management as soon
approval to use reductionas all the MAJCOMs have
in-force procedures in an
the final details of all the
effort to place employees in
changes associated with
continuing permanent posithe 20 percent headquarters
tions.
management review and
“We are committed to
reductions associated with
using voluntary separation
realigning and consoliprograms as much as posdating functions under the
sible before pursuing involInstallation and Mission
untary options,” Kelly said.
Support Center.
“As we progress toward the
“The Air Force recognizes
end of the fiscal year, it is
the invaluable contributions
apparent the HAF will need
of our civilian workforce,
to rebalance skills of the
— Heidi Liebel, acting chief of the
civilian force policy division
but also must manage the fisworkforce into vacant posical constraints under which
tions.”
the Department of Defense
For additional informais operating,” said Brig. Gen. Brian Kelly, the tion about civilian employment, voluntary
director of force management policy. “We are separation programs and other personnel
focused on fine tuning the force while tak- actions, visit the Air Force Personnel Service
ing care to minimize the effect on our current website at https://gum-crm.csd.disa.mil.
permanent civilian workforce and their
(Courtesy of Secretary of the Air Force
families.’’
Public Affairs)
Teresa Bracher, 86th Airlift Wing chief of protocol, watches a change of
command dry-run July 17 on Ramstein. The wing protocol office is made up
of a four-man team that provides support to approximately 22,000 military
members and Department of Defense civilians.
thing that happens; like when
General Welsh came here
we only had about a week to
make everything happen, but
our dedicated team and project
officers made it a success.”
Project officers act as a
point of contact to start the
process of retirements, promotions, changes of comSee protocol, Page 11
reductions, from Page 1
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hence the use of
VERA/VSIP to offer
voluntary early
separation or retirement incentives.”
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New name, new mission for Army transition program
cies that are still being developed, exactly
what those services will be and when they
will be able to have access to them, we’re
still waiting on the final word on that,”
Helping retiring and separating Soldiers
Floyd said.
manage their transition back into civilian
Kaiserslautern SFL counselor and mililife is the Army Career Alumni Program’s
tary spouse Tamara Brethouwer said she
core mission, but this time it’s the program
supports the move and hopes it will help
itself that’s undergoing a major change.
encourage Soldiers to begin planning as
Army officials are redesigning the proearly as possible.
gram to better meet the ongoing needs
“I think it helps Soldiers stay in the
of Soldiers through every phase of their
mindset that this is a long-term process,
enlistment or commission. One of the very
thinking about transition starts at day one
first changes clients will notice is the new
and I think that now people don’t think
name. ACAP is now known as the Soldier
about transition until they are close to their
For Life Transition Assistance Program.
ETS date or close to their retirement date,”
Floyd Lewis, SFL transition ser- Maj. Edward Brown, 21st Theater Sustainment Command, speaks with Naini Robinson, she said.
vice manager for the Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern Soldier For Life Transition Assistance Program counselor, during a visit to
Brethouwer also added that this was
the Kaiserslautern Soldier For Life Transition Assistance Program Center July 14.
Baumholder and Wiesbaden communiespecially important due to the Army’s
ties, said the new name reflects the Army’s desire to strong, serve strong, reintegrate strong and remain ongoing efforts to downsize the current force.
make the program more comprehensive.
strong” — are designed to follow the Soldier from
“With the downsizing, people who intended to
“Part of the intent is that the chief of staff of the their first duty station, all the way through their make the military their long-term career are finding
Army is implementing a Soldier for life concept,” actual separation or retirement.
themselves in situations where that option has been
Floyd said. “The Soldier for life concept is a holisLewis and his staff say despite the new changes, taken off the table, so it’s something that people
tic approach to providing direct support to service customer service will remain the same and staff need to keep in the forefront,” Brethouwer said.
members and Soldiers and their family members members are working to ensure an overall seamless
For more information on the Soldier for Life
from the time they actually enter into the military transition.
Transition Assistance Program, visit www.
until the time they actually reintegrate back into the
“The services that are being currently provided soldierforlife.army.mil.
community.”
will continue to be provided, but there is a possibilThe Kaiserslautern Soldier for Life
The Soldier for Life Program outlines its three ity that after October some services might be acces- Transition Center is located on Kleber Kaserne,
components of success as employment, education sible to our service members much earlier than they Bldg. 3205. For more information, call 483-7089 or
and healthcare. Its four phases — known as “start previously had been before. But there are still poli- 0631-411-7089.
Story and photo by Dijon Rolle
U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz
Public Affairs
14th Medieval Market
in Freisen
at Naturwildpark Freisen (wildlife park)
August 2 and 3, 2014
Photo by Airman 1st Class Jordan Castelan
86AW’s little place in Spain
Honor guardsmen assigned to the 496th Air Base Squadron perform during a change of command ceremony that
was held recently at Moron Air Base, Spain. The 496th ABS is a geographically separated unit falling under the
86th Operations Group, which operates and maintains an airfield that supports C-130, KC-10 and KC-135 variants
alongside Navy and Marine operated aircraft. The airfield is also operated in cooperation with the Spanish air force
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Spectacular fire shows, plenty of Medieval
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music groups, crafts demonstrations, jugglers,
knights’ tournaments & battles …
PLUS delicious food and drink stalls!!!
Enjoy one of the largest Medieval events in the region
Sat.: 10 a.m. – midnight • Sun: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
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protocol, from Page 7
mand and much more within their
respective units. Though trained to
handle the kickoff and main body of
the various ceremonies, project officers work hand-in-hand with protocol for their keen eye, expertise and
extensive knowledge.
“We couldn’t do it without the support from the project officers,” said
Tech. Sgt. Raul Rodriguez, 86th AW
protocol member. “They let us know
what type of event they are in charge
of, and then we work together on the
itinerary to ensure every possible variable has been taken care of.
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“There will be times when a project
officer comes to us with only a few
days to prepare a DV visit or ceremony and we have to provide about
a month’s worth of information in one
briefing,” Rodriguez continued.
Originally a maintainer, Rodriguez
was searching for new ways to challenge himself; he felt the best way to
do that was to hang up his wrench for
teaspoons.
“I always look for new ways to
challenge myself, and nothing is so far
out of my original spectrum of work
like protocol,” Rodriguez said. “When
I worked on the flightline, I only
saw what I was doing right then and
diplomacy, from Page 2
to the hospital, his driver made a wrong
turn down a dead-end street, where the
feebleminded socialist Princip had placed
himself to make the assassination attempt
(a tragic coincidence, as Ferdinand’s route
would not normally have delivered him
to Princip). When the archduke’s driver
discovered his mistake, he put the car
in reverse and accidentally stalled the
engine. Princip then walked up and shot
the archduke and duchess at point blank
range, igniting a century of bloodshed.
July 28, 1914, is widely accepted as the
beginning date of World War I — a war
that resulted in the deaths of 9 million
people and laid the framework for another
disastrous world conflict that would ensue,
historically speaking, mere moments later.
In turn resulting in the death of tens of
millions more as well as bringing the partitioning of Europe, the march of communism and the Cold War, this claimed the
lives of or enslaved millions more either
directly or through proxy wars. Many
historians would say this was all sparked
by a single assassination 100 years ago in
Sarajevo and the failure of diplomacy that
surrounded it before and after.
The 76th Airlift Squadron at Ramstein
looks back
In the tumultuous decades leading up
to Prinicip’s assassination of Ferdinand
and his wife, diplomacy was often accomplished with a hand-penned letter delivered at the speed of a steamship, rail
or horse, rarely face-to-face by national
leaders. At the same time, the murderous
technologies of mustard gas, trench warfare and the machine gun were already
racing past the slow, bureaucratic pace of
diplomacy.
Could world events have been different if nations had high-speed diplomacy
to cool tensions and bring national leaders face-to-face within hours, or even
minutes?
The unbelievably complicated machinations between the nations of the Allies
and the Central Powers proved to be a
Gordian knot for the then painfully slow
steamship, rail and horse-drawn diploma-
there. But being able to see the other
side of how the Air Force functions, now allows me to see the big
picture.”
Tasked with a multitude of events
throughout the year, the protocol
Airmen continue to grow not only
their skill sets and knowledge but
ability to work as a team, allowing them to complete the numerous
events on their not-so-trivial whiteboard.
“We really do have the sharpest
of the sharp,” Bracher said. “The
Airmen on this staff, no matter their
background, will adapt to the challenges ahead of them. There is no
cy. For Western Europe, then intoxicated
by Victorian-era imperialism, the easiest
apparent way to cut that knot was war.
Slow-speed diplomacy had utterly failed.
One wonders if the near-instantaneous
diplomatic response offered by today’s
U.S. Air Forces in Europe, postured
“Ready, Forward, Now,” might have been
able to cool things down.
Today, we are watching brushfires in
many of the same areas that were troubled
in World War I. Everything old is new
again. As a result of the war, the Russian
empire was dissolved, resulting in chaos
in Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Ukraine
and Crimea. World War I resulted in
the destruction and dissolution of the
Ottoman Empire, which for centuries had
held together key regions in North Africa
and the Middle East, including Iraq.
From Tripoli, Bengazi and Damascus
to Baghdad, many of those formerly
Ottoman Empire-controlled regions were
partitioned and descended into enduring chaos. The artificial borders painted
across a tribal, broken region because of
failed diplomacy haunt the Middle East
and the world to this day.
On this grim anniversary of the outbreak of World War I, many of these
regions still simmer with the tensions
ignited by the failures of diplomacy that
turned this single assassination into a catalyst for global war.
One century later, here at the 76th
Airlift Squadron at Ramstein Air Base, we
have the best aircrews and mission support Airmen in the Air Force. We enable
diplomacy by providing world-class executive airlift to our nation’s leaders in the
same hot spots that simmered 100 years
ago. And today, our Airmen do not make
“wrong turns” down “blind alleys” as did
the ill-fated driver of Ferdinand’s car. The
failed horse-paced diplomacy that contributed to a century of war 100 years ago
is a thing of the past.
Now, present-day diplomacy is enabled
by Ramstein’s 76th Airlift Squadron,
which safely, comfortably and reliably
delivers our nation’s leaders to these troubled regions.
With the 76th AS, diplomacy has a
faster horse. Ready, Forward, Now!
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room for failure when we need people
that can present themselves appropriately, know computer skills, are
capable of directing high-level foreign and domestic officials, and much
more.
“The best thing about being a part
of this office is when I come in and
I hear everybody laughing,” Bracher
continued. “In through the midst of
all the hard work, pressure and stress
of getting the job done they are still
able to have fun and enjoy themselves. You really get a sense that
they love what they do, and it shows
every day in the products they deliver
to Ramstein.”
Acting VA secretary outlines
problems, actions taken
WASHINGTON — In testimony before the Senate Committee
on Veterans Affairs July 15,
Acting VA Secretary Sloan D.
Gibson outlined serious problems
regarding access to health care
and key actions the department
has taken to get veterans off waiting lists and into clinics.
“The trust that is the foundation of all we do — the trust
of the veterans we serve, and
the trust of the American people and their elected representatives — has eroded,” Gibson said.
“We have to earn that trust back
through deliberate and decisive
action, and by creating an open
and transparent approach for dealing with our stakeholders to better
serve veterans.”
Gibson discussed six priorities
to begin restoring trust:
• Get veterans off wait-lists
and into clinics.
• Fix systemic scheduling
problems.
• Address cultural issues.
• Hold people accountable
where willful misconduct or management negligence are documented.
• Establish regular and ongoing disclosures of information.
• Quantify the resources needed to consistently deliver timely,
high-quality health care.
Gibson said the VA needs
about $17.6 billion in additional
resources to meet current demand
for the remainder of fiscal year
2014 through fiscal year 2017.
The funding, he added, would
address challenges such as clinical staff, space, information technology and the benefits process-
ing necessary to provide timely,
high-quality care and benefits.
“We understand the seriousness of the problems we face,”
Gibson said. “We own them. We
are taking decisive action to begin
to resolve them. We can turn
these challenges into the greatest
opportunity for improvement in
the history of the department.”
Gibson also outlined actions
VA is taking now to address problems with access to VA health
care:
• The
Veterans
Health
Administration has reached out
to more than 160,000 veterans to
get them off wait-lists and into
clinics. VHA also has made more
than 543,000 referrals for veterans to receive care in the private
sector — 91,000 more than in the
comparable period a year ago.
• VHA facilities are adding
more clinic hours, aggressively
recruiting to fill physician vacancies, deploying mobile medical
units, using temporary staffing
resources, and expanding the use
of private-sector care.
• VA is moving rapidly to augment and improve its existing
scheduling system while simultaneously pursuing the purchase of
a state-of-the-art system.
• Gibson has directed medical
center and network directors to
conduct monthly inspections, in
person, of their clinics to assess
the state of scheduling practices
and to identify any related obstacles to timely care for veterans.
To date, more than 1,100 of these
visits have been conducted.
See health care, Page 20
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July 25, 2014
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FITNESS
TRAVEL & ADVENTURE
Register for the Annual Ramstein Half Marathon by 5 Sept. at the
Southside Fitness Center. Race day is Saturday, 13 September at
0800. $40 Fee (Non-refundable & Non-transferable). Great prizes
and awards! For more details call 06371-47-0295.
Heidelberg, 27 July
King Ludwig’s Castles, 31 July
Calling All Runners for the Ramstein Half Marathon!
86 FSS Block Party & Sale – Up to 75% OFF!
MOMs, Gear Up, Outdoor Recreation and the Woodlawn Golf Course
are teaming up for the SALE of the year on 25 July from 1000 - 1700
at the MOMs parking lot. Selected DVD’s, apparel, bikes, camping
gear and more! The Flying Pig will be serving up BBQ.
5 Rules of Dodgeball- Dodge, Dip, Dive, Duck and
Dodgeball
Sign up your team of no more than 8 players for the Southside
Fitness Center Dodgeball Tournament on Friday, 22 August at 1400.
Prizes for First Place Team Members! Make it a PT session! For more
information call 06371-47-0295.
ENTERTAINMENT
You Can’t Say That On Stage II
Skits and Songs that most theaters are too afraid to do! 25 & 26
July at the Ramstein Community Center Bldg. 412. Doors open at
2000, show starts at 2100. Cost: $10, $5 for E-4 and below. Rated for
mature audiences, under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Latin Night at Club E’
Learn how to salsa and then show off your new moves on 25 July!
Doors open at 2100, one hour salsa lesson at 2200 then dance all
night until 0200! Enlisted Club Members: Free, Non-Members: $5.
Adults only.
Ramstein Tickets & Tours
Ramstein Outdoor Recreation
Intro to Canoeing, 27 July
Intro to Climbing, 29 July
FAMILY & YOUTH
Float Night at the Aquatic Center
Enjoy a relaxing evening on the water 9 August from 1700-1845 at
the Ramstein Aquatic Center. Bring your own personal floatation
device or use one of ours! Root Beer Floats will be available for only
$0.75! Normal entry fees apply.
Book vs. Movie- Read the book, see the movie!
Pick up the featured book of the month “The Princess Bride” from
the Vogelweh Library Bldg. 2059 and then join them for a screening
of the movie and a potluck meal on 14 August from 1800-2000. For
Ages 18+.
FOOD
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Sign up to be a Club Member until 31 July and get 3 months
of FREE dues and a chance to WIN $100 instantly! For more
information, visit www.RamsteinFSS.com or the Enlisted Club
service window.
Free Membership Breakfast 29 July
Club Members get a free breakfast at the Ramstein Officers’ Club
from 0630-0800 on Tuesday!
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July 25, 2014
Kaiserslautern American
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Recipe of the week: Noodle Spinach Casserole
SERVINGS: 6
INGREDIENTS:
500 grams wide or tagliatelle noodles
Salt and pepper to taste
750 grams spinach leaves* chopped
2 onions finely chopped
3 cloves garlic finely chopped
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 tablespoon flour
850 grams canned tomatoes (with juice)
1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
Cayenne pepper to taste
10 tablespoons Schlagsahnse (heavy whipping cream)
75 grams salami thinly sliced
125 grams mozzarella cheese sliced or cubed
125 grams gorgonzola cheese sliced or cubed
75 grams gouda cheese grated
50 grams parmesan cheese grated
DIRECTIONS:
• Heat oven to 200 degrees Celsius/390
degrees Fahrenheit.
• Cook noodles in boiling, salted water for
about five minutes. Remove from the water,
drain and let cool.
• If using fresh spinach, wash the leaves
thoroughly and chop or tear into small pieces.
Finely chop the onion and garlic.
• Heat one tablespoon of the butter in a frying pan. Saute half of the onions and half of
the garlic in the butter. Stir in the spinach
Recipe courtesy of USO
leaves. Season with salt and white pepper. Put
in a separate bowl and set aside.
• Heat the remaining tablespoon of butter.
Saute the remaining onions and garlic. Stir
in the flour. Add the canned tomatoes (with
juice) to the onion and garlic mixture. Add
salt, cayenne pepper and Italian seasoning to
taste. Simmer for about five minutes. Stir in
the Schlagsahne (heavy whipping cream) and
heat for an additional five minutes.
• Taste and add additional seasoning if needed.
• Grease or spray a 32x39 centimeter (about
11x15 inch) casserole dish. Spread the noodles onto the bottom of the dish. Cover the
noodles with the spinach mixture and top it
with the sliced salami.
• Pour the Schlagsahne (heavy whipping
cream) and tomato mixture over the entire
casserole. Cover the casserole with the cubed
mozzarella and gorgonzola cheese cubes.
Sprinkle the grated gouda and parmesan over
the cubed cheese.
• Bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until cheese is
melted and bubbly.
* You can substitute the fresh spinach leaves
with three 10 ounce packages of frozen
chopped spinach. Thaw, but do not drain out
the water. If you are using frozen spinach,
add an additional two tablespoons of flour to
the recipe.
Capt. Spanky’s off-leash tour
Hey, everybody! I’m here once again to report on my
most recent expedition. Like any other day, I was scratching at my human’s leg for food when she said two of the
most marvelous words in the world: Italy and pizza! Oh
how I’ve dreamt of wrapping my jowls around some delicious pizza straight from Italy.
After almost 10 hours of driving, I couldn’t hold the
excitement in for much longer. Finally coming to a stop
my human announced, “Welcome to Pisa!” Thinking she
was slurring, I expected to jump out and be surrounded by
a town made of pizza and specifically the leaning tower of pizza, but
what I saw was far better.
In front of me stood a beautiful monument towering only 60 meters
in the air with a slight tilt — the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Before entering the tower I learned that the famous bell tower was not purposely
built at a lean but began to drift to its side during construction. It
made me think about what it would have been like making a mistake
people could see 835 years later.
Once we finally walked up to the tower I was excited to
put my fuzzy paw onto that first step, but was halted by the
gate keeper. As he stood there arms crossed, he stated no
one under the age of 8 was allowed entrance. Flashing my
dog tag, he was able to see that in dog years I was more
than old enough to climb the shiny marble steps, so off I
went trotting up leaving nothing behind but my drool.
Once I got to the top vertigo hit hard as I looked down
and felt as though I could touch the people attempting to
“push” the tower over for a photo. Though a magnificent scene, I had
to quickly rush down before I lost that morning’s kibble.
Now on the ground I gazed up at the beautiful masterpiece wondering how I could honor my adventure. Only one thing came to mind.
I lifted my hind leg to match the tower’s tilt and with pride claimed
that small patch of land as my own, then, of course, enjoyed some of
the best salami pizza I have ever had in my life.
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July 25, 2014
7th CSC Soldiers mentor KSF HAZMAT Unit
by Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Chlosta
7th Civil Support Command Public Affairs
PRISTINA, Kosovo — Soldiers from the 7th
Civil Support Command’s 773rd Civil Support
Team helped the Kosovo Security Force’s Civil
Protection Regiment HAZMAT Company build
a nuclear, biological and chemical detection
equipment storage room here and develop
standard operating procedures for the room, July 6
to 19.
The Kosovo HAZMAT team’s current missions
include civil protection and to assist their government’s authorities in response to natural disasters
and emergency incidents.
“From the last training we had from DTRA and
the 773rd CST back in May, we saw that learning
how to properly build a (nuclear, biological and
chemical) detection equipment storage room is necessary for us to learn,” said Sgt. Bajram Peci, leader
decontamination station, 1st Platoon, HAZMAT
Co., CPR, KSF.
Personnel from DTRA, EUCOM and the U.S.
Embassy in Kosovo put together a list of equipment they would need to perform their functional
HAZMAT duties, said Sgt. Eric Song, survey team
member, 773rd CST, 7th CSC.
“We’re working alongside Sergeant Peci and his
team to also set up an NBC detection equipment
storage room for some of the sensitive items that
may be included,” said Staff Sgt. John Bennetts,
survey team chief, 773rd CST, 7th CSC.
In the future, KSF HAZMAT Company Soldiers
will also store CBRN analysis and detection equipment in the new NBC storage room.
“It is necessary, because all of the equipment is expen-
sive and sensitive and has to be secured,” Peci said.
The two NCOs worked for four days to help create the standard operating procedures.
“We’re also writing the procedures on how the
Kosovo military will properly maintain the detection equipment as well as how to store, maintain and
account for it,” Bennetts said. “They’re motivated,
actively engaged, listened and implemented everything we’ve taught them.”
As the NBC equipment storage room progressed
and the procedures were reviewed, the NCOs complimented each other and voiced their excitement
with an eye toward possible future joint CBRN and
HAZMAT training.
“It’s good to be with professional CBRN
Soldiers,” Peci said. “I would like to continue this
professional relationship and training in the future
with the U.S. CBRN unit.”
21st TSC showcases capabilities during Rheinland-Pfalz Tag
Story and photo by
Staff Sgt. Warren W. Wright Jr.
21st Theater Sustainment
Command Public Affairs
NEUWIED, Germany — Soldiers
from the 21st Theater Sustainment
Command showed off their various
capabilities during a Rheinland-Pfalz
state-sponsored fair July 18 to 20 here.
Rheinland-Pfalz Tag is an annual
event that takes place in a different
city in the state each year, bringing
together people from all across the
state in order to showcase the many
various state institutions and organizations within Rheinland-Pfalz.
Representing the 21st TSC this year
were the 5th Quartermaster Theater
Aerial Delivery Company, the 7th
Civil Support Command’s Medical
Support Unit-Europe and 773rd Civil
Support Team, the 30th Medical
Brigade’s 212th Combat Support
Hospital, and the Theater Logistics
Support Center-Europe.
“We’re here supporting our higher
command and conducting community
engagement,” said Capt. Hubert Little,
medical operations officer from the
773rd CST. “We’re letting (the locals)
see what our capabilities are and what
we bring to the table as a partner. It
allows them to see how we’re supporting Germany and our allies.”
For the 21st TSC, working closely
with its German partners is a daily
occurrence, and Rheinland-Pfalz-Tag
provided an excellent opportunity to
emphasize that to the participants.
“One of our main missions is
to work in collaboration with the
Germans and the other nations within
Europe,” said Capt. Jessica Taylor,
physician assistant with the MSU-E.
“We do a lot, and the more we can get
our face out there and show that we’re
helping will help build better relationships within our community.”
For some, the American military in
Germany is a mystery. By participating in the 2014 Rheinland-Pfalz-Tag,
the 21st TSC is able to break down
the barriers of its fences and show the
local nationals everyone is a part of
the same community.
“Sometimes it seems like we sit
behind walls most of the time,” said
Maj. Neil Hurd, nurse and anesthetist
with the 212th CSH. “I’m sure it’s
kind of a mystery to them what we
do and maybe even a little scary that
we’re in their country. By getting out
here we can show them that what we
do is meant to do good.”
Rheinland-Pfalz-Tag gave the various contributing 21st TSC units the
opportunity to highlight their specific
and unique missions to the participants of the annual event.
The displays at the event included
paratroopers from the 5th QM demonstrating how to properly pack a parachute, Soldiers from the 773rd CST
showcasing their decontamination
equipment, medical specialists from
the 212th CSH exhibiting their field
hospital equipment, Soldiers with the
MSU-E with their medical simulator mannequins, and apprentices with
the TLSC-E highlighting some of the
unique training they receive.
“Our capabilities are kind of special,” said Sgt. Edwin Schimmer, parachute rigger from the 5th QM. “We
want to show everyone that there’s
another side to the military where we
can provide humanitarian relief as well
as dropping equipment to fight war.
“We’re not just here to be the
Staff Sgt. Thomas Honeycutt, military working dog handler with the 100th Military Working
Dog Detachment, 709th Military Police Battalion, 18th MP Brigade, 21st Theater Sustainment
Command, gives a bite demonstration to participants of the 2014 Rheinland-Pfalz Tag July 19
in Neuwied, Germany.
big, bad Army,” Schimmer continued.
“We’re here to show everyone that
we’re also a part of the community.”
Additionally, Soldiers participating
in the event had the opportunity to get
to know their neighbors in the community in which they live.
“It’s important for not only my
Soldiers, but for everyone to get out
here and demonstrate the capabilities between ourselves and our partner
nations, the similarities between our
training and the ways we can help foster
a good environment for our community
here in Germany,” Schimmer said.
Pfc. Molly Parr, also a parachute
rigger from the 5th QM, said she
agrees.
“Because we live in the community,
it’s important for us to show them that
we’re friendly,” Parr said. “They’ve
been so welcoming to us, and it’s
important that we do the same.”
Sgt. Edwin Schimmer, parachute rigger
with the 5th Quartermaster Theater Aerial
Delivery Company, 21st Theater Sustainment
Command, rigs a parachute to a German
participant of the 2014 Rheinland-Pfalz Tag.
Soldiers with the 21st TSC participated in the
three-day, state-sponsored event in order to
showcase their capabilities.
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Wanted: Airmen selfie videos
WASHINGTON — Do you have
a unique story about the path that
led you to the Air Force? Are you
proud of your job and how it impacts
the bigger Air Force mission? Do
you work in an exceptional unit? If
so, the Air Force wants to hear from
you.
The 2014 American Airman Video
Contest, which began July 1, is open
to all Airmen — uniformed, civilian, Guard and Reserve — who
want to share their story of being an
Airman.
The contest rules have been relaxed
to allow participants to shoot up to
a one-minute video, or selfie, talking about their story as an Airman
or about the unique mission they do
every day.
The content of the video is limited
only by imagination.
“Every Airman has a story, and
smartphone technology now allows
those Airmen to share those stories to
a wider audience than ever before,”
said Air Force Chief of Staff Gen.
Mark A. Welsh III at the start of the
contest.
Airmen are encouraged to create
their own video for the contest and
to challenge their friends to come up
with the most creative selfie video
to be added to the American Airman
Video Contest.
The competition has reached the
Cheerleading registration
The original video length has doubled, so Airmen, uniformed and civilian, can now send in up to a 60second video of his or her Air Force
story. It’s as simple as taking out their
smartphone, shooting a quick clip
and uploading it to their YouTube
account. Once it’s there, send a link to
[email protected] to enter.
For more details and complete
contest rules, visit http://airforcelive.
dodlive.mil/contest.
“Our Airmen are an amazing communication resource,” Welsh said.
“No one tells the Air Force story like
they do.”
(Courtesy of Secretary of the Air
Force Public Affairs)
Education Notes
Registration for afternoon bambino cheerleading
will take place from Monday to Aug. 22. Cost is
$20 for six 45-minute sessions. Sessions are offered
from 4 to 4:45 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays or
Wednesdays and Fridays. Open to children ages 3
and 4. START SMART cheerleading’s goal is to
teach each child the motor skills necessary to eventually become a cheerleader by utilizing positive
reinforcement and fun activities in a safe environment on a one-on-one basis with their parents led
by a staff member. Register online via Webtrac;
through Parent Central Services, Bldg. 2898 on
Pulaski Barracks (call 493-4516/4122 or 06313406-4516/4122); or at the Family and Morale,
Welfare and Recreation One Stop Shop, Bldg. 3810
on Landstuhl’s Wilson Barracks (call 486-8943 or
06371-86-8943).
Bullying Buster Summer Camp
Bullying is a problem that many young children
face. Learn self-confidence through self-defense
in the Bullying Buster Summer Camp through
SKIESUnlimited, Monday to Aug. 1. Open to
ages 5 to 13. The camp will be held in the
Yellow Ribbon Room on Miesau Army Depot,
Bldg. 1304. Cost is $195. Register by contacting Parent Central Services, Bldg. 2898 on
Pulaski Barracks, at 493-4516/4122 or 0631-34064516/4122, or the Family and Morale, Welfare
and Recreation One Stop Shop, Bldg. 3810 on
Landstuhl’s Wilson Barracks, at 486-8943 or 0637186-8943.
Sports camp for kids
halfway point, and submissions are
needed to show the diversity and quality of the Air Force.
Videos must be received by Tuesday
to be eligible for the contest.
The top 10 finalist videos will be
available on AFBlueTube, www.
youtube.com/user/AFBlueTube, for
public voting from Aug. 12 to 22.
Voters can “like” their favorite videos, and the video with the most
“likes” will win.
Many of the clips will be compiled for a special video presentation by Welsh during the Air Force
Association’s Air & Space Conference
and Technology Exposition in
September.
The sixth annual American Sports Camp, for
children ages 8 to 17, will take place Aug. 4 to 8 in
Frankfurt at SC 1880 Frankfurt (Feldgerichtstrasse
29, 60320 Frankfurt) and the gym in the nearby Kleyerschule. The daily program runs from
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with experienced coaches
and players from several local clubs helping the
participants with the basics of American football,
baseball, lacrosse and basketball. Children will
learn a different sport each of the first four days,
and on the fifth day they will play a game in all the
sports. The camp is supported by the U.S. General
Consulate in Frankfurt. For details, visit www.
wardcarr.com/en_index.html or contact Ward Carr
at [email protected]
Summer theater camps
KMC Onstage is offering summer theater classes
and camps until Aug. 2. Various classes include
creative dramatics, improv, intro to theater, poetry and puppetry, acting and more. For details,
email [email protected], check out
the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation
website, or call KMC Onstage at 483-6626 or 0631411-6626.
E-Degree Plan
Starting Oct. 1, all personnel requesting tuition
assistance are required to have uploaded their electronic Degree Plan into their education record in the
Air Force Virtual Education Center site accessed
through the Air Force Portal. Meet with your
school’s academic adviser for your e-Degree Plan
and then take the time to upload your courses. For
assistance or for more information, contact the education center.
EDGE! program
Register for events with Parent Central Services,
Bldg. 2898 on Pulaski Barracks, by calling 4934516/4122 or 0631-3406-4516/4122; or the Family
and Morale, Welfare and Recreation One Stop Shop
on Landstuhl, Bldg. 3810 on Wilson Barracks, at
486-8943 or 06371-86-8943.
• Offensive and defensive football drills for
youth ages 9 and older will be held Aug. 4 to 8 on
the Landstuhl track field. These drills will assist
youth in mastering the different offensive and
defensive positions in football. Offensive drills will
be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Defensive drills will
be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Cost is $100.
• Advanced wrestling takes place from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m. Aug. 7 to 9 at the Special Events Center,
Bldg. 237 on Rhine Ordnance Barracks. The focus
of the program is on physical fitness, learning
proper wrestling techniques, good sportsmanship
and personal improvement, no matter what the skill
level. This activity will provide a fun and challenging exposure to the world of wrestling that will
encourage character building along with athletic
conditioning. Open to children in first to 12th grade.
Children must have a minimum of two years experience. Cost is $30.
• Fishing instruction will take place from 4 to
5 p.m. Aug. 7 and 14 at the Landstuhl Youth Center,
Bldg. 3819. This is for students in first through
12th grade. Youth will learn fundamental fishing
skills, including knot tying, casting, baiting the
hook and basic German fishing laws. A fishing trip
will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 15. Cost is
$45.
Youth Summer Adventure Program
The Teen Center’s Youth Summer Adventure
Program offers fun activities, including trips to
Tropical Islands, Miramar Water Park, Movie World
Theme Park, Fun Forest Ropes Course, Camp
Darby, Heidelberg, Europa Park, Garmisch and
more. The trip fees include transportation, entrance
fees, supervision by youth development professionals and most meals. Find out about all of the programs by contacting Parent Central Services, Bldg.
2898 on Pulaski Barracks (call 493-4516/4122
or 0631-3406-4516/4122), or Family and Morale
Welfare and Recreation One Stop Shop, Bldg. 3810
on Landstuhl’s Wilson Barracks (call 486-8943 or
06371-86-8943).
Tween/teen connection
Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Service
counselors will start two newcomers transition
groups over the summer in the Ramstein Middle
School MPH building. One group is for high school
students and the other for middle school students.
For more information, call 06371-47-3196 or email
[email protected] or [email protected]
eu.dodea.edu.
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Have fun with the locals
Family day
Sun, Jul 27
Kaiserslautern, Waschmühle
Enjoy a day at the pool in Kaiserslautern
Waschmühle on July 27. Swim a few laps,
sun bathe while you let your children play
and jump on bouncy castles and join in
on the cannonball contest. There will be
much more entertainment for you and
your family.
EVENTS
Asta Summer Fest
Sat, Jul 26
Mainz, Uni Campus
Come to the Asta Summer Fest at the
University Campus in Mainz on July 26,
where you can relive your Uni days.
There will be 8 stages and around 60
different artists performing.
For more information visit
www.asta-sommerfest.de
Farmer´s market
Sat, Jul 26
Saarbrücken, St. Johanner Markt
Saarbrücken hosts farmer’s market on
July 26 from 8 a.m. at St. Johanner
Markt. The market starts at 8 a.m.
Lanz tractor meeting
Sat, Jul 26 – Sun, Jul 27
Speyer, Technik Museum
See an exhibit of Lanz tractors from the
past 30 years at the 7th Lanz tractor
meeting at the Technik Museum Speyer
on July 26 & 27. This year’s historic
guest brand is Porsche Allgaier. Entry fee
for adults is €5 and for children €3. For
more information visit their site at
www.speyer.technik-museum.de
Sunday shopping
Sun, Jul 27
Zweibrücken, The Style Outlets
Enjoy a special Sunday at the Style Outlet
in Zweibrücken from 1 pm to 6 pm, July
27. In this shopping center more than
100 brands like Armani, Calvin Klein,
Adidas and Swarovski are offered.
For more info see
www.zweibruecken.thestyleoutlets.de.
Castle park festival
Sat, Aug 2
Trippstadt, Schlosspark
Visit the Schlosspark Festival (castle park
festival) in Trippstadt on August 2. from
4 p.m. There will be culinary delights, a
wine village, and a children’s program.
Live music will be played. Don’t forget
to see the wonderful light show at 8.30
pm and 1 am. For more info and tickets
between €3 and €24 see
www.schlosspark-festival.de.
Wine tasting
Sat, Aug 2
Trier, Vereinigte Hospitien winery
Discover the wines of Trier on the 2nd of
August. One of Germany’s oldest wine
cellar invites you to join the tour where
you can see one of the historical wine
cellars and taste up to three different wines. The 1-hour tour starts at
1:30 p.m. from the “Pforte” (entrance)
in Windmühlenstrasse. For more info
visit www.trier-info.de or call 0651-9450
Summer party
Sat, Aug 2 – Sun, Aug 3
Steinalben, Festplatz Geiselberger Mühle
Come to the Geiselberger Mühle from
August 2 & 3 and enjoy the summer
party with music by Kienholz musicians.
Party with men dressed in Lederhosen
from 8:30 p.m. Enjoy a nice cold beer in
the beer garden and sample wine while
you are there. Children can jump in the
bouncy castle and you can try your luck
at a shooting stand. For more information
visit www.moosalbtaler.de
Castle festival
Sat, Aug 2 – Sun, Aug 3
Cochem, Reichsburg
The annual castle festival will take place
from August 2 - 3 at the Reichsburg
Cochem. Once again, actors will ensure a
medieval atmosphere within the historic
castle walls. Marvel at fire shows or jugglers and more while enjoying beer, wine
or a medieval barbeque. For more info
see www.cochem.de.
Rheingau wine week
Fri, Aug 8 – Sun, Aug 17
Wiesbaden, Schlossplatz
The 39th Rheingauer Weinwoche takes
place from August 8 - 17 in Wiesbaden’s
Schlossplatz, starting at 11 a.m. Taste
delicious wines offered by more than 100
booths between the Schlossplatz, the
Marktkirche and the Dern’sche Gelände
while listening to live music and enjoying
the unique atmosphere of this festival.
For more info see www.rheingau.de.
CONCERTS
Kelis
Mon, Aug 18
Frankfurt, Zoom
Come see the American singer Kelis
perform on August 18 in Frankfurt. Kelis
More events on: www.militaryingermany.com
became famous with her single “Milkshake.” Ticket prices start at €28.20. For
more info visit www.eventim.de
Jason Mraz
Thu, Oct 2
Frankfurt, Alte Oper
Jason Mraz will be performing in
Frankfurt on October 2 at the Alte Oper.
Ticket prices for his show start at €39.80
and the show starts at 8 p.m. For more
information visit www.eventim.de
SPORTS
Splashdiving
Fri, Jul 25 – Sat, Jul 26
Kaiserslautern, Waschmühle
Head on over to Kaiserslautern’s
Waschmühle on July 25 & 26 to see the
exciting Splashdiving Championship.
Contestants will show off their style
of diving. Enjoy the beach party in the
evening, as well as grilled food. Bring
your whole family and enjoy an excitingly relaxing day at the pool! For more
information visit www.sd-rlp.de
Coca-Cola Street Run
Sun, Jul 27
Kaiserslautern, city center
The last Sunday of July the Coca-Cola
Street Run will be held in Kaiserslautern
on July 27. If you have what it takes,
then come and join the street run. You
have the choice of taking part in the 5
km or 10 km distance run. For more
information visit www.fck-running.de
military
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INTRODUCING LOCAL BUSINESSES
Immobilien 4 You
What is in a name? This name says it all. Frank and Anna Neumann have been in the real
estate business since 2001. They have been the ‘go-to’ real estate company ever since, specializing in renting, purchasing or building your home in Germany, they are conveniently
located in Landstuhl. Both of them have been working with Americans for the last 13
years and know exactly how to assist the American community in finding the house you
will love and enjoy. They are really known as a ‘one-stop-shop,’ accompanying you during
the entire renting or buying process. It is important for a realtor to know how to negotiate
on your behalf, help to maximize your loan structure and offer quick, honest and reliable
support from beginning to end. When it comes to financing, they have 100% mortgages
for Americans. Frank and Anna are real professionals that will evaluate your LQA/OHA
and make sure it is compatible with the rent or mortgage you will have. They are also experts
in home-building and offer top quality homes built to your specifications, offering building
lots and turn-key, hassle-free properties from floor plan to interior design and landscaping.
If you are selling your home, they will do a complete market analysis of your property and
they have pre-approved buyers right at their fingertips ready to buy. Whether you are renting
or owning, you will always be glad you called Immobilien 4 You.
www.immobilien-4-you.com • 06372 - 80 36 41 • [email protected]
Osteria da Giusy
Would you like to go out and try something new? Less than 10 minutes outside
Ramstein Air base is a wonderful new small restaurant (opened November 2013)
known as “Osteria Da Giusy” (Osteria meaning: where wine and simple food specialties are served). Here, you can enjoy home-style Italian cooking and the flavors
of southern Italian Apulian wines. Not the quick in and out, but the place to spend
time with friends over dinner. The Italian cuisine is freshly made, which takes a little
longer to prepare, but the wait is worth it! Weekly specials that are not part of the
regular menu are also a highlight. There is a beautiful outdoor terrace with covered seating which is a wonderful summer evening treat. Every 1st Saturday of the
month, you’ll be entertained by live acoustic guitar music. Would you like to have
a wine tasting? This is also possible. Josephine Giusy, owner and cook, is a city girl
from Brindisi in south eastern Italy. This is what real Italian food is all about! Osteria da Giusy is open daily 17:00-22:00, closed on Wednesdays and on Sundays also
opened for lunch from 12:00-14:00. Take out can be ordered too. The restaurant is
located only 10 km from Ramstein AB. Don’t let this experience pass you by!
Hauptstr. 43 • 66879 Kollweiler • 06385 - 99 31 979
Raiffeisen Building Center
We all need a helping hand when it comes to our garden work. Especially
in the deep of summer when we need to keep things under control. Stop
on by at the Raiffeisen Waren Zentrale Building Center located right in
Landstuhl. This is a business that offers everything from garden assistance
to heating oil and anything in between. Raiffeisen have a huge selection of
outdoor garden supplies including planting soil, mulch, stones for terraces
and lots more. They can help you with your landscaping which can really
get out of hand this time of year. Even though we are not thinking about
winter with the summer sun staying up late, this is a great time to buy your
heating oil or your wood pellets for your heating systems. Raffeisen offers a
great summer price that is hard to beat! If you are building a house or just
wanting to renovate, they can also assist you with your sanitation needs,
renovations and modernization of your home. Ease the stress of your
garden work with help from Raffeisen Bauzentrum.
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July
Mark Your Calendar 2014
Events
» Reconnect with the outdoors by joining Family
and Morale, Welfare and Recreation for a campout.
The Great American Campout will take place Saturday and
Sunday at Pulaski Park. Bring your tents and sleeping bags
and camp under the stars. Camping equipment is available
to rent at Army Outdoor Recreation. Bring your own hotdogs
and roast them on the outdoor grill. Tent setup begins at
7 p.m. This free event is open to all military ID cardholders
and family members. Register with Army Outdoor Recreation no later than Tuesday by calling 493-4117 or 06313406-4117.
» In honor of August being National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, Mom2Mom KMC is hosting
the Big Latch On at 10:30 a.m. Aug. 2 at the Donnelly Park
Pavilion on Ramstein. Participants should arrive at least 30
minutes early for registration. The Global Big Latch On is
an annual event where groups of breast-feeding mothers
come together to break the world record for most mothers and children breast-feeding at the same time worldwide. Last year, the Big Latch On was held at 845 locations
in 28 countries around the world, and the current record
was set at 14,536 children breast-feeding at once. Not
a breast-feeding mom? That’s OK. Anyone who supports
breast-feeding is welcome, including husbands, partners
and friends, and mothers who are pregnant and planning to breast-feed. An open house will also be held from
9:30 a.m. to noon. It will include a community fair,
bouncy castle, door prizes and a professional photo
booth. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/
Mom2MomKMC or email [email protected]
» KMC Onstage hosts “An Evening of One Act
Plays” in October, which will feature a variety of short
plays. Auditions for this show will take place at 7 p.m.
Aug. 26 and 27. Material will be available for cold-reading.
For more information, contact 483-6626 or 0631-4116626.
» The Ramstein Enlisted Spouses’ Association
will host an Aquatic Extravaganza Aug. 30 at the
Ramstein Aquatic Center. Check in will begin at 5 p.m.,
food and games will begin at 5:30 p.m., and swimming
will begin at 6:15 p.m. and last until 8 p.m. when the event
ends. This event is open to all families of deployed service
members, RESA members and guests. To RSVP, email resa.
[email protected] no later than Aug. 20. RSVPs must include the age of children that will be attending.
» The Team Ramstein Hispanic Heritage Committee is looking for highly motivated people who have great
ideas or want to take on special projects. An observance
will be held from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 with a presidential
proclamation. This commemoration is an opportunity to
increase awareness, mutual respect and understanding.
Hispanic Heritage observances are designed to enhance
cross-cultural and cross-gender awareness and promote
harmony among all military members, their families and the
civilian work force. Anybody who would like to be a part of
this year’s Hispanic Heritage Committee should attend the
meeting at 10 a.m. Wednesday and July 30 at the Ramstein
Community Center, Room 1 (next to the Flying Pig restaurant). For more information, call Master Sgt. Delma Edwards
at 480-5862, or Tech. Sgt. Luis Montero at 480-0977.
» The first Toddler Picnic in the Park event, hosted
by the New Parent Support Program, takes place from 11:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. every Wednesday during the summer at Pulaski Park on Pulaski Barracks. Parents with toddlers are invited
to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy playing and picnicking with
other toddlers. Toddler-specific information will be provided,
with topics ranging from summer safety to nutrition. For
more information, contact the New Parent Support Program
at 493-4066/4058 or 0631-3406-4066/4058.
Jobs
» A USA Jobs Workshop will be held from 10 a.m.
to noon Aug. 8 and 22 in the computer lab on Pulaski Barracks, Bldg. 2917. Want to learn more about finding a government job? Get the one-up on competition with hands-on
instruction and assistance from our training employment
readiness expert. Register in advance by calling 493-4203
or 0631-3406-4203.
» A Private Sector Resume Writing class takes place
from 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 20 in Bldg. 2917 on Pulaski Barracks. Looking for a job in the private sector and don’t know
scheduling
HEALTH CARE, from Page 11 inappropriate
practices. In the course of
• Gibson has directed a completing this task, more
comprehensive external audit than 13,000 performance
of scheduling practices across plans were amended.
the entire VHA system.
• Where willful miscon• Gibson has personally duct or management neglivisited 10 VA medical centers gence is documented, approin the last six weeks to hear priate personnel actions will
directly from the field on the be taken, including in cases
actions being taken to get vet- of whistleblower retaliation.
erans off wait-lists and into
• Gibson froze VHA
clinics, and he will continue Central Office and Veterans
to make site visits.
Integrated Service Network
• The inappropriate 14-day Office headquarters hiring
access measure has been as a first step to ensure all
removed from all individual employees are working to
employee performance plans support those delivering care
to eliminate any motive for directly to veterans.
• VHA has dispatched
teams to provide direct assistance to facilities requiring the most improvement,
including a large team now
working in Phoenix.
• All VHA senior executive performance awards for
fiscal 2014 have been suspended.
• VHA is expanding use of
private-sector care to improve
access.
• Gibson sent a message
to all 341,000 VA employees, and has reiterated during
every visit to VA facilities,
that whistleblowers will be
protected, and that he will
where to start? Take this class designed to help prepare you
in your career search. Learn important information about
what an employer might look for on a resume. Register in
advance by calling 493-4203 or 0631-3406-4203.
Support Groups
» Community for Autism Awareness, Understanding, Support and Education, or CAUSE, is a support
group for members of the community who have an autistic family member to get information and get involved. The
group meets from 6 to 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of every
month in the media center at Vogelweh Elementary School.
No registration required.
Classes & Training
» Anger management class takes place from 1 to
4 p.m. Aug. 7 in Bldg. 2917 on Pulaski Barracks. Learn
about how anger is triggered and how to control it. Deskside assistance is available for those who are command
referred. Register in advance by calling 493-4203 or 06313406-4203.
» ACS Relocation Readiness offers two levels of
German language classes: beginners and intermediate.
In these classes, participants will gain a better understanding of the written and verbal German language. All course
materials are provided to students free of charge. Classes run in 10-week semesters. Advanced registration is
required as this class often fills up fast. For details, call
493-4203 or 0631-3406-4203.
Baumholder Events
» The Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers
program represents the voice of the single Soldier. BOSS
Soldiers coordinate and participate in community service
projects, organize recreational and leisure activities, and
actively support the quality of life needs of single Soldiers. Do you want to get involved? Come find out more
at the BOSS Information Day from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Aug. 6 at the Baumholder Warrior Zone, Bldg. 8105 on
Smith Barracks. For more information, call 485-6228 or
06783-6-6228.
not tolerate retaliation against
whistleblowers.
• Gibson has conducted
more than a dozen meetings
and calls with senior representatives of veteran and military service organizations and
other stakeholder groups to
solicit their ideas for improving access and restoring
trust.
• Gibson has made a number of personnel announcements in recent weeks,
including: Dr. Carolyn
Clancy as interim undersecretary for health; Dr. Jonathan
Perlin, a former undersecretary for health, on temporary
assignment as senior advisor
to the secretary; Dr. Gerard
Cox as interim director of the
Office of Medical Inspector;
and Leigh Bradley as special
counsel to the secretary.
• As
VA
completes
reviews, fact-finding, and
other investigations, the
department is beginning to
initiate personnel actions to
hold those accountable who
committed wrongdoing or
were negligent in discharging
their management responsibilities.
(Courtesy of a Department
of Veterans Affairs news
release)
July 25, 2014
Airman & Family Readiness Center
For details or to sign up for a class, call the Airman &
Family Readiness Center at 480-5100.
MONDAY
» Pre-separation counseling: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., A&FRC
TUESDAY
» Reintegration brief: 9 to 11 a.m., IDRC
» Pre-deployment brief: 1 to 3 p.m., IDRC
WEDNESDAY
» Base INTRO: 7:30 to 11:45 a.m., Ramstein Officers’ Club
(moved to officers’ club only this Wednesday)
THURSDAY
» Ready for Reunion: Homecoming Basics: 9 to 11 a.m.,
A&FRC
AUG. 1
» New commanders, first sergeants, superintendents
immersion brief: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., A&FRC
Child/Youth
» SIGN UP IS CURRENTLY OPEN and there are spaces
available for the following classes, which run until Aug. 8:
Okinawan Karate: 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays
on Ramstein, ages 8 to 18; individual music lessons (piano,
woodwinds, guitar, voice) on Ramstein and Vogelweh, ages
6 and up; dance classes of all types on Ramstein. To register, vist www.86FSS.com, click “Family,” then “Instructional
Classes,” then “Class Registration.”
» MARK YOUR CALENDARS for summer and fall registration. Get ready to join our camps, classes and clubs:
Aug. 4: Fall after school clubs
Aug. 11: Fall instructional classes
Spaces are limited, so don’t delay. Register online at
www.86fss.com, or call Ramstein Youth Programs at
06371-47-6444, or Vogelweh Youth Programs at 0631536-6504 for details.
» 2014 FRANKFURT AMERICAN SPORTS CAMP FOR
KIDS: The sixth annual American Sports Camp for boys and
girls from the ages of 8 to 17 will take place Aug. 4 to 8 in
Frankfurt at SC 1880 Frankfurt (Feldgerichtstrasse 29, 60320
Frankfurt) and the gym in the nearby Kleyerschule. The daily
program runs from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with experienced
coaches and players from several local clubs helping the participants with the basics of American football, baseball, lacrosse
and basketball. The children learn a different sport each of the
first four days, and on the fifth day they play a game in all the
sports. The camp is supported by the U.S. General Consulate
in Frankfurt. For more information, visit www.wardcarr.com/
en_index.html or contact Ward Carr at [email protected]
Ramstein Youth Center
SUMMER CAMPS OUTLINE (AGES 9 TO 12),
MONDAY TO AUG. 1
9 a.m. to noon
» Gadget & Invention Challenge
» Soccer
» Finger Food Fun
» Recycled Art
» Robo Tech Mayan Adventure
2 to 5 p.m.
» WW II Kids Experience
» Net Sports
» Hispanic Cooking
» Brush Strokes Painting
» Game Tech: Scratch
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
» Planet Earth with Mr. Ronnie
Kaiserslautern American
AUG. 4 TO 8
9 a.m. to noon
» Fly, Fight Win: Air Force Adventures
» Tennis
» Wood Working II
» Jewelry Making
» Art from Around the World
2 to 5 p.m.
» Amazing Race II
» FSS Sports
» European Cooking
» Op Art: Modern Creativity Video Editing
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
» Time Traveler Adventures
AUG. 11 TO 15
9 a.m. to noon
» Fear Factor Resilience
» Net Sports
» Sewing
» Lines & Shadows: Sketching
2 to 5 p.m.
» Mission Impossible II
» Around the World Sports
» Master Chef Junior: Technique Challenge
» Flight Tech
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
» Super Soaking SwimWeek
AUG. 18 TO 21
(NOTE: There will NOT be any camp Aug. 22 due to a Family
Day)
9 a.m. to noon
» Goopy, Fizzy Science
» Soccer
» Patchwork Morning: Quilting
» Point, Click & Shoot: Digital Photography
» Digital Illustration
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Family Advocacy
» EXPECTANT PARENT ORIENTATION (MONTHLY):
Orientation is from 8 to 11 a.m. the first Tuesday of every month at the Learning Resource Center, Bldg. 3718 at
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. Learn about birth registration, passports and more. For more information, call
the New Parent Support Program at 479-2098 or 0637146-2098.
» FORTIFY YOUR MARRIAGE: 3 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesdays from Aug. 6 to 27 at the Ramstein Southside Chapel.
This four-session interactive workshop helps partners put
their relationship in a whole new light. To register, call 4792370 or 06371-46-2370.
» STRESS MANAGEMENT: 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 6 at the
Ramstein Health and Wellness Center. Stress is an everyday
fact of life and not all stress is considered destructive. How
an individual responds to the stressor will determine the
impact on their life. To register, call 479-2370 or 0637146-2370.
» TAME YOUR TEMPER: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays
(Aug. 12 to Sept. 2) at the Ramstein Health and Wellness
Center. This three-session workshop teaches how to take
control of the anger in your life. To register, call 479-2370
or 06371-46-2370.
Medical Group
» 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, home care website, check labs, nurse advice line, medication refills and
more. Register online today at www.tricareonline.com.
ASACS
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
» Sticks & Stones Outdoor Adventure
» Adolescent Support and Counseling Service is a comprehensive program that provides prevention education and
counseling services to 11- to 19 year-old ID cardholders in
the military community. Their 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 participates in
supportive activities related to military life transitions and
provides individual, group and family counseling services.
ASACS counselors’ offices are located in Department of
Defense 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. Contact your school ASACS counselor
for more information.
For more information, call 06371-47-6444 or 480-6444.
SARC/SAPR
2 to 5 p.m.
» Go Girls Go
» Wet & Wild Water Fun
» Pack N Go Foods for Back to School
» Inking & Coloring
» Digital Scrapbooking
Health and Wellness Center
For more information, call the Health and Wellness
Center at 06371-47-4292 or 480-4292 (HAWC).
TODAY
» BOD POD assessments: 2 to 3 p.m.
MONDAY
» Healthy Eating: 10 to 11:30 a.m.
TUESDAY
» Heart Smart: 10 to 11 a.m.
THURSDAY
» BOD POD assessments: 8 to 9 a.m.
AUG. 1
» BOD POD assessments: 2 to 3 p.m.
» SAPR Stand Down Day Part 2 will not take place. SAPR
annual training will be the three-hour small group discussion training that was offered during Part 1 in May. Everyone
needs to complete Part 1 before Sept. 30. All military and
GS civilians must attend a small group facilitator discussion
with their trained facilitator and have UTM updated names in
ADLS before Sept. 30. The SAPR office is open 24/7 and provides on-call response 365 days a year for the community.
More than 80 trained and certified victim advocates are
available. For more information, contact the SAPR office at
480-5597.
(For the full Community Corner, visit the KA online at
www.kaiserslauternamerican.com.)
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July 25, 2014
Sunday Worship
Gatherings
at 9 & 11 a.m.
Keeping it real,
relational and relevant
August-Süssdorf Strasse 8
Ramstein-Miesenbach
06371- 407 808
[email protected]
www.frontlinecommunity.org
A Christian fellowship that gathers to study God’s word verse by verse
so we can know, glorify and serve Christ.
Teaching the village, reaching the world!
We meet
Sundays at 11 a.m.
For more info call 06371-616793
or visit our website
www.CCK-Town.org
Industriestr. 50
66862 Kindsbach
Courtesy photos
Jugglers present their skills during the medieval fest in Annweiler.
Annweiler honors Richard the Lionheart with festival
by Petra Lessoing
86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
Air Force and Army Chapel Schedule
Protestant Services
POC for Miesau, Landstuhl and Daenner is the
USAG R-P Chaplains Office in Bldg. 2919 on
Pulaski Barracks. DSN 493-4098, civ.
0631-3406-4098
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.
Catholic Services
Daenner Community Chapel (Bldg. 3150)
Religious Education (grades K-8):
11 a.m. Sundays
Confession: 11:45 a.m. Sundays
Sunday Mass: noon
Landstuhl Community Chapel (Bldg. 3773)
Religious Education (following Mass)
Confession: 8:15-8:45 a.m. Sundays
Sunday Mass 9 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. Fridays
Islamic Services
Ramstein South Chapel Mosque (480-5753)
Jumu’ah Prayer, 1:30 p.m.
For religious education and daily prayers,
check the prayer schedule
Orthodox Christian
Kapaun Chapel (DSN 489-6859, civ.
0631-536-6859)
Divine Liturgy: 9 a.m. Sundays
Confessions by appointment
Youth Group
Kaiserslautern Youth of the Chapel (Religious
Youth Center, Pulaski Bks., Bldg. 2869)
“Plugged In” Middle School Youth Group:
2-4 p.m. Sundays
Café Dinner (for students and their families):
4:15-5:15 p.m. Sundays
“The Rock” High School Youth Group:
5:30-7:30 p.m. Sundays
More information: www.kmcyouth.com
Protestant Youth of the Chapel
Ramstein North Chapel
"Vision" Middle School Ministry
Tuesdays 3:15-5:00pm
"Salvage" High School Ministry
Tuesdays 7:00-8:45pm
Vogelweh Chapel
Teen Bible Study
Wednesdays 7:00-8:00pm
Info: www.ramsteinpyoc.blogspot.com
Episcopal (St. Albans)
10:30 a.m. Sundays, Kapaun Chapel
Korean Service
1 p.m. Sundays, Ramstein South Chapel
Unitarian
Universalist Service, 1:30 p.m. second and
fourth Sundays (Sept.-May), Kapaun Chapel
Wiccan
7 p.m. first and third Saturdays, Kapaun Annex
Confessional Lutheran (WELS)
4 p.m. second and fourth Sundays, Ramstein
South Chapel
Annweiler will celebrate its 10th medieval
fest to honor Richard the Lionheart of Brittany
today to Sunday.
The event will feature a medieval market,
knights’ camp, vendors, jugglers, children’s
activities and musical presentations in the historical part of Annweiler.
Each year, thousands of visitors join the celebrations. Market activities with more than 60
stands in the streets will begin at 6 p.m. today.
Vendors will sell everything from soap, spices,
pottery, glass and leather items to jewelry, toys
and dream catchers.
Visitors can admire how craftsmen such as
a turner, potter, goldsmith, stone cutter, glass
blower, broom maker and tailor worked in
former times.
Stands with food and beverage specialties
will be available to serve flat cake, oriental
specialties, sweets, mead, absinth and other
drinks from the Middle Ages.
Medieval groups will perform dancing,
singing and music on medieval instruments.
Children can watch puppet theater performances, try out archery and listen to fairy
tales. Jugglers and magicians will demonstrate
their special skills.
A falconry will show off birds of prey. A fire
show is scheduled for Saturday night.
After the opening parade with participants
at 8 p.m. today, the group Duivelspak will perform on old instruments. The market will end
at midnight.
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A knights group presents show fights during the medieval fest today through Sunday in Annweiler.
On Saturday, hours are from 1 p.m. to midnight. On Sunday, hours are from 11 a.m. to
8 p.m.
Daily tickets cost €6. Children under 12 are
admitted free. Visitors in medieval costumes
pay reduced prices. Tonight, admission is free.
The English king Richard the Lionheart was
a prisoner on Trifels Castle in Annweiler from
1193 to 1194. German Emperor Heinrich VI
captured him on his way back from the Holy
Land. Richard had to stay in prison until the
English paid an incredibly high ransom.
Trifels Castle still houses imitations of the
former imperial insignia, crown, orb and scepter. Opening hours are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
April through September, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
October through March. The castle is closed in
December. Admission fee is €3 for adults and
€1.50 for children.
Annweiler is located on federal street B10,
between Pirmasens and Landau.
For more information about the festival,
visit www.richard-loewenherz-fest.com.
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Kaiserslautern American
Burg Jazz
Nanstein Castle in Landstuhl will be the
stage for the traditional international Burg Jazz
music festival today and Saturday.
High quality musicians will again fascinate the audience with “keep on swinging
— big band jazz, rock, blues, Dixieland and
soul music,” said Willi Ningelgen from the
Unnerhaus Culture Club, who will sponsor
the17th anniversary jazz festival inside the
atmospheric courtyard of Nanstein Castle.
Organizers expect visitors from throughout
the KMC, Germany and Europe. Car parking
is in easy walking distance to the castle, and
food and beverages will be served at the castle.
The festival is going to kick off at 7 p.m.
today with the first evening top act presenting
one of Europe’s top blues bands, Funky B &
The Kings of Shuffle from Germany performing a fascinating acoustic blues session with
one of Europe’s best Hammond B-3 organ
players, Markus Lauer. He accompanied Phil
Guy and Big Joe Turner on their European
tours.
“Their funky blues themes combine phrases
of jazz, funk, soul and rock with fascinating emotions and grooving sound. The audience will be thrilled by their musical talent,”
Ningelgen said.
They will be followed by the big top act of
Friday evening, The Swinging Fireballs from
Bremen, Germany. Their theme is “Come and
Fly with us.” The show will continue with
the finest Las Vegas Casino flair and Kansas
City Swing music, adding Mambo and Brazil
fever to it and the hot-dance elements from
the 1920s and 1930s. They bring back the real
prime time of great American traditional jazz
music.
The first day will come to a close with a performance by the local stars Smitty, Molly and
Corinna in the Castle Battery Tower around
midnight.
On Saturday, the festival will continue at
6 p.m. with the New Orleans Preachers from
France. Their inspiring marching sound leads
the audience directly into the streets of New
Orleans where the music of the brass-bands
walking along the streets has been part of the
sound of the Mississippi-metropolis since the
beginning of jazz.
www.ktowncoc.org
Sun: 10 am, 11 am
and 6 pm
Wed: 7 pm
Mühlstrasse 34
67659 Kaiserslautern
Tel. 06 31 - 36 18 59 92
Tel. 06 371 - 46 75 16
KMC Assembly
of God Church
Reverend Chuck Kackley
Phone: 06333-9931838
Cell:
0171-6574322
Services are held at Kaiserstrasse 16 A, Einsiedlerhof
WORSHIP HOURS: Sunday 10 a.m., Wednesday 6:30 p.m. Family Night
Heritage Baptist Church
Don Drake, Pastor
“Welcome Home!”
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6km north of the A6 on the B40 in Mehlingen
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Kaiserslautern Evangelical
Lutheran Church
8:30 am Worship & Holy Communion
Children’s Church available
Meeting in Ev.-Luth. St. Michaelis Church, Karpfenstr. 7, 67655 Kaiserslautern
E-mail: [email protected] or call 0631-64327 for directions.
www.KELC.eu
Scott Morrison, Pastor
Courtesy photos
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out the festival Saturday at Nanstein Castle.
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The Jazz Band Ball Orchestra performs Saturday at the
Castle Jazz Festival in Landstuhl.
They will be followed by the jazz band Call
Orchestra from Krakau, Poland, known for
50 years of excellent jazz music. They are a
permanent guest at the world’s largest jazz
festival in Sacramento and they are as famous
as pop stars in their homeland Poland. They
feature Stanlez Breckenbridge, the great singer
with a wonderful voice like Frank Sinatra
and play jazz standards from Duke Ellington,
Benny Goodman, George Gershwin, Louis
Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie to Count Basie.
The festival end will be open along with the
New Orleans Preachers.
Tickets will be available at the entrance to
Nanstein Castle. Cost is €24 per day; the twoday festival ticket is €43. Children under 12
years are admitted for free.
The culture club is a non-profit organization
and proceeds are only being used for cultural
events.
(Courtesy of Unnerhaus Culture Club)
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Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 9-2 (new)
Event Name: Protestant Singles
Swiss Adventure
Hours of Operation: Aug. 29 – Sept. 1
Event Location: Kanderstegg, Switzerland
Event Explanation: The Ramstein Air Base Chapel is sponsoring a spiritual resiliency retreat for Protestant Singles - 18 to 30 year olds - in the KMC area. The cost is
$120 per person which includes bus transportation to and from Kanderstegg, 3 nights
lodging and two meals per day. We will be staying at the Kanderstegg International
Scout Camp. Activities include hiking, sightseeing an experiencing life in the Swiss
Alps. Paragliding and ropes course also available for a modest fee. Chaplain Jamie
Braswell will lead us in Bible study each night. Sign up deadline is August 15th (but
don’t wait….only 40 slots available!).
Call the Ramstein North Chapel for more information or to register.
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July 25, 2014
Was ist Los?
KMC Cultural
Highlights
by Petra Lessoing
86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs
The following is a list of performances and events happening in the
KMC and nearby. Dates are subject
to change.
Performing arts
Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern:
• Summer break to September.
For more information, call
0631-3675-209 or visit
www.pfalztheater.de.
Kammgarn Kaiserslautern:
• Summer break to Sept. 3.
For more information, visit
www.kammgarn.de.
Volkspark, Kaiserslautern
(duck pond on Entersweiler-/
Donnersberger Strasse):
• Music Association Otterbach
presents modern music, 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. Sunday to be followed by an
ecumenical worship service at 1 p.m.
Admission is free. Beverages and
snacks are available. Children can
enjoy an adventure playground.
Lichtenberg Castle (near Kusel):
• Castle Summer features: flute
ensemble Trio Senza Confini, 11 a.m.
today; students from the Kuseler
Musikantenland Music School
perform 4 p.m. p.m. Saturday; Peterman’s Swing Partie and big band
“Just for fun” present jazz pieces,
7 p.m. Thursday. Admission is free.
Affairs, 8 p.m. Aug. 8. In case of
inclement weather, performances will
be inside. Admission is free.
Niederkirchen, Protestant Church:
• Gospel concert with Go-Spirit, a
gospel and spiritual choir, 5 p.m.
Sunday. Donations are welcome.
Bildhaus Music Club, Hahnbacherhof (near 67701 Schallodenbach
— go through Otterberg; Mehlbach
is closed):
• Acoustic trio 3Klang presents songs
by the Beatles, Pink, Carole King,
AC/DC, Eric Clapton, Adele, 8:30
p.m. Aug. 2.
Visit www.bildhaus-krueger.de/
termine for more information.
English Theatre, Gallusanlage 7,
Frankfurt:
• “Strangers on a train,” a bizarre psychological thriller by Craig Warner,
based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith, Sept. 12 to Nov. 1. For details,
visit www.english-theatre.org.
Nationaltheater Mannheim, am
Goetheplatz:
• “Carmen,” an opera by Georges
Bizet, in French, 7 p.m. Saturday and
Monday.
• “Casanova,” a ballet by Robert
Glumbek, 8 p.m. Tuesday.
For more information, visit
www.nationaltheater-mannheim.de.
Weilerbach, Bürgerhaus, Schulstrasse 6:
• Rock concert with the band die
Dicken Kinder, 7 p.m. today to
celebrate Weilerbach’s 800th anniversary.
Courtesy photo
Ramstein-Miesenbach, in front of
Haus des Bürgers:
• French Night with music group La
Fine Equipe and Marcel Adam,
8 p.m. today.
• Irish Night features a dance show
by the Irish dance school Tír na nÓg
and Reel Wood presenting folk from
Ireland, Scotland and England, 8 p.m.
Aug. 1.
• Cuban Night with the group Cuban
Goldsmith market
Idar-Oberstein holds its 16th gemstone polisher and goldsmith market 10 am. to 8 p.m.
Aug. 2 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 3. Visitors
can watch jewelry and gem stones being
worked on. The event includes a street
theater festival from 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday
and a Caribbean night. On Sunday, stores
are open from 1 to 6 p.m. For more information, visit www.edelsteinschleifer-undgoldschmiedemarkt.de.
Courtesy photo
Summer night fest at Gartenschau
The Gartenschau Kaiserslautern celebrates a summer night fest 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday. It
features the Columbian singer Senorita Irene Claussen Gomez at 6:30 p.m., the King of Soul,
Waymond Harding, at 7 p.m., and the band Die Dicken Kinder at 8 p.m. A firedance highlight
show starts 10:45 p.m. in the entrance area. Tickets cost €7 for adults and €3 for children. For
details, visit www.gartenschau-kl.de.
Saarbrücken, Saarländisches Staatstheater, Schillerplatz 1:
• “Anastasia/Shadow,” a dance
project by Kenneth MacMillan and
Marguerite Delon, 6 p.m. Saturday.
For details, visit www.theatersaarbruecken.de or call
0681-3092-486.
Miscellaneous
• Kaiserslautern Gartenschau, through
Oct. 31. Special events:
“T-shirts, bags and tensides,” an interactive display on sustainable chemistry, to Oct. 12 in exhibition hall.
Flower show, “Water,” to Sunday in
flower hall. Saturday: Summer night
fest with live music, 6 to 11 p.m. in
different park areas. Sunday: Catholic worship service with the Hobby
Singers performing, 11 a.m. in willow
church. The children’s tent in Neumühlepark offers games and crafting
for children, 2 to 5 p.m.
Tickets cost €7 for adults; €3 for children. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. For
details, visit www.gartenschau-kl.de.
• Kaiserslautern, Japanese Garden
open through Oct. 31. Hours are
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For details, visit
www.japanischergarten.de.
• Kaiserslautern, Pfalzgalerie Museum, special exhibition, “Drehmomente,” with art objects made of car
bodies, scooters and miniature cars,
to Sept. 7. Special exhibition “Erstarrte Wirklichkeiten. Worlds Apart”
with works by Catalina Pabón,
through Sept. 7. Hours are 11 a.m. to
8 p.m. Tuesdays, and 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Wednesdays to Sundays.
For more information, visit
www.mpk.de.
• Mittelbrunn, schnaps burner fest,
Saturday and Sunday.
• Niederkirchen, Westpfalzhalle,
summer night fest with local music
association, 6 p.m. today.
• Zweibrücken, city fest, today to
Sunday.
• Neuleiningen (west of Grünstadt),
castle wine fest, today to Monday.
• Annweiler, medieval fest, today to
Sunday (read article on Page 20).
• Dackenheim (south of Grünstadt),
love fountain fest, today to Sunday.
• Hettenleidelheim (near Wattenheim,
A6), fisher fest, Saturday and Sunday.
• Karlsruhe, Schlossgarten, medieval
spectacle, Saturday and Sunday.
• Thaleischweiler-Fröschen, village
fest, Saturday and Sunday.
• Zellertal-Zell (on B47, north of
Eisenberg), park fest, Saturday and
Sunday.
• Federal street B270 from Kaiserslautern to Lauterecken, car-free
adventure day, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Aug. 3. Road is closed to motorized
traffic. Entertaining program is offered in each village. More details in
next week’s KA.
Flea markets
• Kaiserslautern, Pfalz-Center (across
from Daenner Kaserne), Saturdays.
• Mehlingen, former Penny market
(Tannenstrasse), 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturdays.
• Ramstein, Autokino, 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. Saturday and Aug. 2.
• Ramstein, Flohmarkthalle, Flurstrasse 4, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays and
Saturdays
• Bad Dürkheim, Saline (salt-works
in Kurpark), 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday
and Aug. 2, and 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday.
• Worms, Hafenstrasse, 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. Saturday.
• Bad Kreuznach, Pfingstwiese
(Messegelände), 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday.
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ROTC nurses gain experience at LRMC
by Taylor Massey
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
Public Affairs
F
or 16 future Army nurse
corps officers, it was an
opportunity to experience
situations in a combat hospital that they could have
only dreamed about throughout nursing school. These top cadets were
selected from numerous colleges in
the United States to participate in
the Nurse Summer Training Program
at Landstuhl Regional Medical
Center.
The program is offered to students
before their senior year of nursing
school. It is a one-month internship
for future Army nurses that requires
the cadets to complete 150 hours of
clinical work and prepare a group
project about the Patient Caring Touch
System to present at graduation. This
program allows the cadets to transfer
their academic knowledge to actual
patient treatment.
As each cadet shadows a nurse
from the hospital in many different departments, they are exposed to
clinical skills as well as the duties
and responsibilities of being an Army
nurse corps officer.
Though LRMC is the most desired
location for cadets to select, only two
groups of eight are chosen to participate at the hospital. There are 19
other locations to choose from in the
U.S., but the cadets feel the experience at a combat hospital as well as in
a different country would be the most
significant for the internship. These
cadets stay at the Medical Transient
Detachment on Landstuhl and are
given the opportunity to explore
Germany during their visit.
The first group of eight cadets,
who recently completed the program, worked throughout the hospital wards with all types of nurses. In
addition to working at the hospital,
the cadets experienced in-bound and
out-bound flights at the Contingency
Aeromedical Staging Facility on
Ramstein where they worked first
hand receiving service members from
downrange and preparing them for
their journey back home. Four of the
cadets, who participated in the emergency room, labor and delivery, intensive care unit, and pediatric clinic,
spoke about their experience during
their one-month adventure at LRMC.
Ashley Ross, a senior at Radford
University in Virginia, was assigned
to the ER at LRMC. Ross said she
began her nursing career because the
personal relationship she has with
God influenced her to pursue her
dream of helping people. She also has
a full-ride scholarship for nursing and
intends to produce the highest quality
performance throughout her schooling.
Ross said her experience at LRMC
is one she would not trade for the
world. As she worked alongside her
instructor, she was able to accomplish a lot of interactive practice with
IVs (which is something she had
not yet done) and patient evaluations. She said she really enjoyed the
fact the staff was constantly challenging her to be her best self, even in
situations when she was slightly
uncomfortable.
Ross said this opportunity has better prepared her for a career as an
Army nurse because she was able to
experience the combination of the
military and medical worlds, taking
in all the techniques, strategies and
skills of patient care and treatment.
She said a memorable experience she
will not forget is the work she was
able to do with the team at the CASF
during an out-bound mission to send
wounded warriors back to their families.
Chelsea Farquhar, a senior at
Northern Michigan University, was
assigned to the labor and delivery
ward. Farquhar said she has been
a nursing major since her freshman
year of college, as she has always had
a passion for the nursing field. She
said an officer at her college orientation influenced her decision toward
a medical military career, where she
will have more options with getting
involved in emergency and critical
patient care.
Farquhar said the most important
aspect of her experience at LRMC
has been the opportunity to interact
with every branch of the military and
observe everyone working together,
along with the chance to hear the different experiences, opinions and influences of the combined medical and
military personnel.
Farquhar said she has assisted during births, something she would not
have the opportunity to do during
nursing school.
Farquhar also said being in
Germany has been extremely valuable to her experience because she
has been able to immerse herself in
the culture of another country and
incorporate that knowledge into her
patient care.
Samantha Wilhelm, a junior at the
University of Memphis, was assigned
to the ICU. Wilhelm comes from a
long line of military personnel and
described her family as her main
influence when getting into the military medical field.
Wilhelm said her experience at
LRMC has been incredible and somewhat indescribable. She has participated in a lot of hands-on work with
critical care patients and will take
home knowledge of clinical skills
she exercised during the program and
apply them during her duration of
nursing school.
Wilhelm, with the supervision of
her preceptor, was given the opportunity to continuously work hands
on and practice skills such as implementing IVs and performing critical
assessments. She said she noticed an
immense difference between military
and civilian hospitals in the aspect
of all the staff knowing their roles,
but still being able to produce mass
amounts of information to the cadets
in different areas.
Wilhelm said the most valuable
and memorable part of this program
has been the time she has gotten to
work with the wounded warriors and
their families. She said she is thankful
she was given the chance to extend
her experience and work with such a
knowledgeable and encouraging staff.
Anna Lamb, a
senior at Grand
Canyon University,
was assigned to the
pediatric clinic. She
said she has always
had a passion to serve
and admires the intimacy a nurse shares
with their patients. She
said the CNA course
she was involved in
solidified her desire to enter the nursing field. Coming from a long military
family line and being impressed from
experiences of former ROTC nurses, Lamb realized taking her passion
of medicine and combining it with a
career in the military was her goal.
Lamb described LRMC as a teaching hospital, where the staff was
always willing to help and share their
own experiences. This environment
taught her there are never too many
questions and there is always room
to learn. Lamb said she was challenged with adjusting to the schedule of a nurse and found that every
person in the hospital setting has
their own way of doing things, and
it is important to be flexible in order
to accommodate. She said she has
most enjoyed the experience of inserting herself in the mixture of military and medicine because she does
not receive that experience at school.
During her time in the pediatric clinic,
she learned how to care for small children, as she describes they are “new
to the world of medicine” and have
to be cared for in a different manner
than adult patients. She said the most
memorable experience for her in
Germany was the work she did with
the CASF during an outbound flight
to send service members back to the
states.
Heather Schniepp, preceptor of the
pediatrics department, said NSTP is
such a valuable experience for the
cadets because it is a very rare opportunity to receive hands-on experience
during nursing school. She said they
are exposed to different types of nursing during their time at LRMC and
must use different nursing skills and
strategies throughout the process. She
describes the difficulty nursing students have to gain a wide variety of
experience, but these cadets are able
to do so being in Germany. Schniepp
said the cadets have great skills and
knowledge coming in, but are able
to put them to use working at a
hospital, especially at one that is
mixed with both military and civilian
patients.
LRMC is the largest American hospital outside of the U.S. and has recently been verified as a Level III Trauma
Center by the American College of
Surgeons. LRMC provides medical
care for more than 200,000 U.S. military personnel and their families within the European region. LRMC is also
the evacuation and treatment facility
for all injured U.S. service members
and civilians injured downrange, as
well as service members from neighboring coalition forces.
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July 25, 2014
How your digital signature will stop PII leaks
by 1st Lt. Meredith Hein
24th Air Force Public Affairs
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIOLACKLAND, Texas — Members
of 24th Air Force are refurbishing an
old email tool to help Air Force users
reduce breaches of personally identifiable information, or PII.
The Digital Signature Enforcement
Tool, or DSET, which currently
prompts users to provide a digital
signature when an email contains
an active hyperlink or attachment,
is being reconfigured to scan emails
and attachments for PII. DSET was
first introduced to Microsoft Outlook
in 2009 by the Air Force Life Cycle
Management Center.
“DSET was originally designed to
mitigate risk from socially-engineered
email or phishing attacks. Now, it
provides some protection of messages
transmitting PII,” said Alonzo Pugh, a
cyberbusiness system analyst for 24th
AF. “The tool provides awareness for
users of risks before the email leaves
the workstation, giving users the
chance to correct the identified risk.”
PII includes items such as an individual’s social security number, driver’s license information and financial
information. Breaches occur when this
information is inadvertently released.
User awareness is one of the biggest
issues associated with PII breaches,
Pugh said.
“When users release PII that is not
protected, that puts information at risk
for being intercepted by adversaries,”
he said. “These adversaries can then
use that information to target users to
gain access to the network. Air Force
network users must do their due diligence when sending an email containing PII. They need to make sure the
information is protected.”
DSET capability should encourage users to be more involved in the
process of preventing PII breaches,
Pugh said. “The user is afforded the
ability to take action in checking their
emails to make sure they are not inadvertently releasing PII, and given the
Flag football sign-ups
opportunity to protect it. DSET makes
users more aware that they need to
double check their emails and ensure
that they are in accordance with policy; the responsibility for preventing
breaches ultimately falls on them.”
The tool itself is straightforward
to use, Pugh said, and will give users
simple prompts to follow in sending
emails. In addition, there is a function allowing information which was
falsely identified as PII to still be sent.
“While our software solution will
support the Air Force’s efforts to
reduce PII breaches, it is still important for personnel to be aware and
vigilant with their handling of documents containing PII,” said Col. Eric
Oliver, the 24th Air Force director of
cyber systems.
The tool’s new usage is still in its
initial stage, focusing on social security numbers. Developers hope that
DSET will ultimately be able to scan
for a variety of PII to prevent future
breaches.
“It is imperative that we protect
one another as we move each Air
Force mission forward,” said Maj.
Gen. J. Kevin McLaughlin, the 24th
Air Force commander. “Avoiding the
release of PII is part of being a good
wingman, but it is also part of protecting the network and accomplishing
the Air Force mission.”
In preparation for the release of
DSET, you can access training for
the new tool using the following link:
https://afpki.lackland.af.mil/assets/
files/OE-15-40-064_QRG-DSET_
v0001.pdf.
Additional training on how
to encrypt Microsoft Office documents can be accessed at www.24af.
af.mil/shared/media/document/
AFD-140701-064.pdf.
Users have multiple tools at their
disposal to protect PII if encrypting
email is not feasible, but if electronic
transmission of sensitive PII is operationally required, users can leverage approved Department of Defense
file exchange services at: https://safe.
amrdec.army.mil/safe.
Now is the time to sign up for unit level flag football. Registration is open
now through Aug. 6. A coaches meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Aug. 6 at the
Rhine Ordnance Barracks Fitness Center, Bldg. 172. Units wishing to participate should call Quinton Floyd at 493-2087 or 0631-3406-2087, or email
[email protected] Season begins Aug. 19.
Come find out what everyone is talking about and get in shape with constantly
varied functional movements at high intensity. Class days and times: 5:30 to
6:15 a.m. and 6:30 to 7:15 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and 11:45
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Cost is $4 per class. Early morning
classes are free for active-duty military in PT uniform. For more information,
contact the Kleber Fitness Center, Bldg. 3235, at 483-7610 or 0631-411-7610.
Boxing invitational
Gymnastics instructors needed
U.S. Army Garrison Rheinland-Pfalz will host a boxing invitational at 7 p.m.
Aug. 16 at the Miesau Fitness Center, Bldg. 1220. Participants must be military
ID cardholders, ages 18 and older. Awards will be given to the first and second
place individuals along with the first, second and third place teams. In addition,
an award will be presented to the most outstanding male and female boxer in the
competition. Weigh-ins and mandatory physicals take place from 9 to 11 a.m.;
a coaches meeting will be held at 11 a.m.; the opening ceremony takes place
at 7 p.m. Entry fee for spectators is $10 for VIP seats, $8 for floor seating for
ages 12 and up, and $5 for bleacher seating for ages 12 and up. For questions,
registration or more information, call 493-2088 or 0631-3406-2088, or email
[email protected]
Fitness center open 24/7
The Ramstein Northside Fitness Center is now open 24 hours a day, seven
days a week for registered members. For more information and to get registered, visit the fitness center's front desk. Visit http://tinyurl.com/kn76ylk for
more information.
RealRyder cycling class
Indoor spin cycle training takes place from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and
Thursdays at the Kleber Fitness Center, Bldg. 3720 on Kleber Kaserne. Cost is
$4 per class. RealRyder cycling is not child friendly. For details, call 483-7610 or
0631-411-7610.
Functional fitness classes
Functional fitness classes are now available at the Kleber Fitness Center.
SKIESUnlimited needs gymnastics instructors to teach children, ages 3
and up. Sessions will include pre-level gymnastics and tumbling. For more
information, contact Shay Berchtold at 486-5412 or 06371-86-5412, or
[email protected]
Recreational soccer
Meet new people, get in shape and play soccer from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. every
Sunday at the Miesau Fitness Center, Bldg. 1220. Open to U.S. ID cardholders,
Department of Defense civilians and retirees, ages 16 and up. To play or for
more information, contact Robert Michels at 486-8939 or 06371-86-8939, or
[email protected]
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 details, contact Outdoor Recreation, Bldg. 2905 on Pulaski
Barracks, at 493-4117 or 0631-3406-4117.
Personal trainers available
Personal trainers are available at the Rhine Ordnance Barracks Fitness Center
(Bldg. 172 on Rhine Ordnance Barracks), Landstuhl Fitness Center (Bldg.
3720 on Wilson Barracks) and Kleber Fitness Center (Bldg. 3235 on Kleber
Kaserne). For more information, call 493-2086 or 0631-3406-2086 or visit
www.kaiserslautern.armymwr.com.
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NOW SHOWING
Editor’s note: Schedules and synopses are provided by the Army and Air Force
Exchange Service. Movie times and dates are subject to change by the individual theaters. Please check with the theater to ensure accuracy.
Gateway Cineplex (Ramstein)
Hercules 3D (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 10:15 p.m.
Lucy (R) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 10 p.m.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 3D (PG) 1:15 p.m., 6:45 p.m.
Think Like a Man Too (PG-13) 2:30 p.m., 9 p.m.
Planes: Fire and Rescue 3D (PG) 11 a.m., 4 p.m.
Transformers: Age of Extinction 3D (PG-13) 11 a.m., 5:15 p.m., 9:30 p.m.
SATURDAY - Hercules 3D (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 10:15 p.m.
Lucy (R) 11 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 10 p.m.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 3D (PG) 1:15 p.m., 6:45 p.m.
Think Like a Man Too (PG-13) 2:30 p.m., 9 p.m.
Planes: Fire and Rescue 3D (PG) 11 a.m., 4 p.m.
Transformers: Age of Extinction 3D (PG-13) 11 a.m., 5:15 p.m., 9:30 p.m.
SUNDAY Hercules 3D (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 8:15 p.m.
Lucy (R) 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 3D (PG) 2 p.m., 7:15 p.m.
Think Like a Man Too (PG-13) 2:30 p.m., 8:45 p.m.
Planes: Fire and Rescue 3D (PG) 11:30 a.m., 4:45 p.m.
Transformers: Age of Extinction 3D (PG-13) 11 a.m., 5:15 p.m.
MONDAY - Hercules 3D (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 8:15 p.m.
Lucy (R) 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 (PG) 2 p.m., 4:15 p.m.
Think Like a Man Too (PG-13) 11 a.m., 5:15 p.m.
Planes: Fire and Rescue (PG) 2 p.m.
Transformers: Age of Extinction 3D (PG-13) 1:45 p.m., 8 p.m.
Moms’ Night Out (PG) 7:30 p.m.
2D TUESDAY - Hercules (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 8:15 p.m.
Lucy (R) 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 (PG) 2 p.m., 7:15 p.m.
Think Like a Man Too (PG-13) 2:30 p.m., 8:45 p.m.
Planes: Fire and Rescue (PG) 11:30 a.m., 4:45 p.m.
Transformers: Age of Extinction (PG-13) 11 a.m., 5:15 p.m.
WEDNESDAY - Hercules 3D (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 8:15 p.m.
Lucy (R) 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 (PG) 11:30 a.m., 4:15 p.m.
Think Like a Man Too (PG-13) 11 a.m., 5:15 p.m.
Planes: Fire and Rescue (PG) 2 p.m., 7:15 p.m.
Transformers: Age of Extinction 3D (PG-13) 1:45 p.m., 8 p.m.
THURSDAY - Hercules 3D (PG-13) 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 8:15 p.m.
Lucy (R) 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 (PG) 2 p.m., 7:15 p.m.
Think Like a Man Too (PG-13) 2:30 p.m., 8:45 p.m.
Planes: Fire and Rescue (PG) 11:30 a.m., 4:45 p.m.
Transformers: Age of Extinction 3D (PG-13) 11 a.m., 5:15 p.m.
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In Digital 3D: Hercules (PG13)- Fri
18:00, 20:15, Sat & Sun 18:00, 20:00, Mon
- Wed 18:00, 20:15
In Digital 3D: How to train your
Dragon 2 (PG)- Sat & Sun 15:45, Mon Wed 15:30
In Digital 3D: Transformers: Age of
Extinction (PG13)- Fri & Sat 22:00
In Digital 3D: Planes 2: Fire & Rescue
(PG)- Fri 18:00, Sat & Sun 13:30, Mon - Wed 18:00
22 Jump Street (R)- Fri & Sat 20:15,
22:30, Sun - Wed 20:15
In 2D: Hercules (PG13)- Fri 16:00, 22:30,
Sat 15:45, 22:30, Sun 15:45, Mon - Wed 15:30
In 2D: How to train your Dragon 2
(PG)- Fri 16:00, 17:45, Sat & Sun 13:30,
17:45, Mon - Wed 17:45
In 2D: Planes 2: Fire & Rescue (PG)- Fri - Sun
15:45, Mon - Wed 15:30
I n 2 D : Tr a n s f o r m e r s : A g e o f
Extinction (PG13)- Fri 17:30, 20:30, Sat
17:30, 20:30, Sun 17:00, 20:00, Mon - Wed
17:30, 20:00
Also showing:
X-Men: Days of Future Past
Visit www.kaiserslauternamerican.com/movies.php for more information
Lucy (R) — A woman is
accidentally caught in a dark
deal, then turns the tables
on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human
logic.
Starring Scarlett Johansson
and Morgan Freeman.
Hercules (PG-13) —
Haunted by a sin from his
past, Hercules has become
a mercenary. Along with
five faithful companions,
he travels ancient Greece
selling his services using
his legendary reputation
to intimidate enemies. But
when the benevolent ruler
of Thrace and his daughter
seek Hercules’ help to defeat
a savage and terrifying warlord, Hercules finds that in
order for good to triumph
and justice to prevail, he
must again become the hero
he once was.
Starring Dwayne Johnson
and Irina Shayk.
Puzzle courtesy of http://thinks.com/
ACROSS
1 Aid in a felony
5 Heidi’s home
9 Not many
13 Zhivago’s love
14 Letter embellishment
16 Mafia kingpin
17 Blade sharpener
19 “Moonstruck” star
20 Turkey’s capital
21 Gauged
23 Spanish painter
25 Crops up
26 Advance stealthily
29 1853 land purchaser
31 Den
32 Soak
33 Outmoded
36 German spa
37 When to retire
39 “The Name of the Rose”
author
40 Puccini productions
42 Mimic
43 Ale measure
44 Homesteaders
46 Small arachnids
47 Off course
48 Skip
50 Motivated
52 Preserve, as fodder
56 Boxer Max
57 Cotton gin inventor
59 Old Ireland
60 Lump of turf
61 Oklahoma Indian
62 Camera part
63 “Two Years Before
the Mast” author
64 Duck’s habitat?
DOWN
1 Aquatic plant
2 Hayloft locale
3 Composer Satie
4 Scarlet bird
5 Ore examination
6 Lease
7 High-school dance
8 O’Connor or
Cusack
9 Charged
10 Temperature scale
11 Fencing swords
12 Microsoft product
15 Frightening
18 Discontinue
22 Advance furtively
24 Elderly
26 Chanteuse Laine
27 Sloping walkway
28 “The Battleship Potemkin”
director
30 Essence of roses
32 Paraphrased
34 Teen affliction
35 Preschoolers
37 Iraqi city
38 ___ facto
41 Comes back
43 Driving break
45 Pupil protector
46 Skirt length
47 Without ___ in the world
49 Conductor Zubin
50 Biblical murder victim
51 La Scala star
53 Passionate about
54 Author Uris
55 Regarded
58 Came in first
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86sqm , 15min RAB, bik, balcony,
open firepl., €550+util, 0176
39087393
Apt in Otterberg near Sembach,
3BR, kit, liv&dinrm, bath, storagerm, balcony, park space,
110sqm €800+util. Call: 063014594
Apt in Ulmet, 10km to Autobahn,
nice apt with recreational activities and restaurants.2 BR, BIK, 2
lrg livrm with din area, 2baths
(one shower, one bathtub), storagerm, park spot, SAT TV, oil heating, smoke detector, fiberglass internet, firplace and lrg panaramic
windows leading towards the terrace(insulation glazing) lrg terrace,
balc,
pets
welcome,
€1170+util+€400deposit,
email:
[email protected] or
0171-7770411
Apt in Weilerbach, 165sqm, 3BR,
2bath, BIK, wooden floors, own
stairway and entrance, 950€ +util
Call: 06374-993507 or 063748010696
Apt KL-Sembach, 90sqm, 2BR,
livrm, new bik w/ dishw, balcony,
basement, yard. €460+util. 063033389
Apt new 120m² Obermohr 5km
RAB 3BR L/Drm bik bath wc balc
gar no pets €760+ut T.0637150747 (0171-8365132)
Einsiedlerhof: next to WPC 3BR,
livr big BIK+dining area & pantry 1
½ bathr balc, perfect for singles,
no pets non-smoking please. Call
0631-58796 after 6 pm
Beautiful Apartment in Matzenbach, 10min to RAB, Kitch, livrm,
4BR, 2baths, garden for bbq
170sqm. Good for families,
fenced yard w/trampoline&play
equip, no dogs please, 42sqm underroof terrace. €1.080,-- + Utilities, 06383-99167 from 5pm on.
Available. August 1: come to the
best landlord!
Eulenbis, Brunnenweg 6, 2 storey studio, 4 bdrm, lrge livrm, bik
w/ lrg dnrm, 2 baths, 2 ½ baths,
balconies, attic storage, floor heat, 170 sqm, 15min from RAB.
incl.util, elec. extra. No realtor fee,
Rent €1300 incl. heating. Call
06371-50549.
Eulenbis, Brunnenweg 6, studio,
1 bdrm, liv-dinrm, bik, bath, balc.,
storage, 60sqm, beautifull view,
floor heat, incl. util, elec. extra
15min from RAB. No realtor fee
€500 incl. heating. Call 0637150549.
Excl. 4BDR-2Floor app. Big garden, very quiet, near RAB, BIK,
open-fire, garage, free now, no
pets, rent €1820. Tel: 01789187640
Exclusive big new apt in Kreimbach-Kaulbach, 160sqm, 20min
to RAB, ground flr, 4BR, 1.5baths,
BIK,
pets
welcome.
015154607136 / 015143457009
Horbach huge apt, 15min to Vogelweh, RAB, hospital, 4BR, walkin closet, bathroom w/bigshower
+ whirlpool, bathroom w/shower,
liv/din rm, new BIK, terr, beautiful
view near forest, very quiet, sunroom, laundry w/warm water,
floorheating,
171sqm,
AFN
connect, DSL, 1100€ + utl, Tel.
0170-9355555 or 0152-33814203,
[email protected]
Kindsbach, apt, approx 95sqm,
2BR, 1.5bath, storagerm, BIK, liv/
dinrm,
balc,
€680+util.
Tel:
01775409677
KL - Dansenberg/15min RAB, Nice apt, 115sqm 2BR big liv/din
SAT-TV/internet op firepl BIK pantry 1.5bath garage yard 2 terr
€780+utl av now 0177-7645226
Kottweiler-Schwanden: Beautif.
sgl apt, 112sqm, 2BR liv/dinrm
BIK bath balc basem/laundry sep
entry non-smoker no pets partly
furn €850 incl. util. Call Fam Gibs
06371-50700
Landstuhl Melkerei, near castle,
4 BR Apt. 138 SM, 2 Bath, living/
dining area, new BIK, Fireplace,
SAT dish free, 920.- plus utilities,
LL speaks english, Tel 017694855470
Landstuhl: apartment in historical castle in the heart of downtown, 3 bedrooms, big bathroom,
nice BIK, 790 euros+ut. Av now,
call Melinda 0172-6855976 or
[email protected]
July 25, 2014
APT
FOR RENT
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Large Apt Schwedelbach. 3miles
to airbase, 193sqm, 5BR, 2baths,
liv/dinrm, kitchen w/ electric appliances, attic yard, €1240 rent
+util. Phone: 06304-919272
Luxury double level apartment: in
beautiful village of Mehlbach,
Ramstein and K-Town 20 mins,
160sqm, completely newly renovated, 3 bed, 2 bath, big BIK, garage, Av. now, €940+ut. Call Melinda 0172/6855976 or kka.immobi
[email protected]
Mackenbach nice, quiet Apartment in 2-family house, 1Bedr., 1
big Livr, 2bathr., officer., BiK, 2
balk., park-lot, for max 2 pers., no
pets, no fee, avail. now, monthl.
rent €720 +util, call Michaele
06374-3399 or Ado 01726801258
Mackenbach, 2 bedroom apartment for rent. Balcony and basement storage available Manfred
Stridde 06374-3783 or 480-7300
Miesau 3 BR 130sqm BIK big liv
rm big tce garage, €950 incl water/
heat 06372-619013 / 01627452153
Miesau, 115sqm, near Army depot, RAB, LRMC. 2BR, lrg liv/
dinrm w/ lrg terrace, bik w/balcony, 1.5bath, storragerm. Avail
now. 0152-09515245
Nice apartment, close to RAB,
fully furnished, Housing approved,
06371-9199134
Ramstein down town, lux.apt.,
3BDR, garage, rent €750, Dzepe
[email protected], 01726823232
Kaiserslautern American
Steinwenden, 5min to RAB,
115sqm, nice ren apt, liv/dinrmBIK, bath, 3BR, guest toilet, storagerm, balc 15sqm, basement, garage, avail Aug 1 €750+util 06371Ramstein City: apartment 3 be- 50425
droom, 1 ½ bath, built-in.kit., liHOUSES
ving-diningrm., balcony, garage,
745,-- € + util, no findersfee
FOR RENT
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57656
!!! Townhouse in Kusel, liv sp
Ramstein, 2bedr,
1liv, 1bath,
141sqm, fully furn, 20 min to RAB.
BIK, basement, 74sqm, 450€ +
0176-23404388 or 06371-60351
util 150€ + carport €20, Tel.
!!!! Modern row house in Quei06371-57871
dersbach, 182 sqm, BIK, 3 BR, 2
Ramstein, near base, 78qm, bath, parking place and garage,
1BR, BIK, livingroom, bath.€600 Housing approved, 1300 € + util,
incl all util, call: 0176-20224094
0178-1665412
Ramstein: apartment 2 bedr., !!!Duplex in Bedesbach, 4 bebath, built-in-kit., living-diningrm., droom, huge Living and Dining Aebalcony, garage, 565,--€ + util , ra, 1 builtinkitchen brandnew with
no findersfee www.agra-immobili dishwasher, 2 Bath, sep. Laundryen.de 06371-57656
room, floorheat and tiles all over,
Reichenbach-St. 12km to RAB, roofed patio, fishpond and garnice quiet apt 70sqm full furn balc den, Carport. Very quiet area!
garage storagerm, €600 excl elec 990,00Euro rent plus Utilities. Pls
call 06371 -15113 or 0638306385-824/017686792561
9289015
Reichenbach-Steegen,
apt,
120sqm, 3rms, kitchen, bathrm, !!!No finder's fee!!! 3bed+off. Duliv/dinrm, 2 balc, avail now, plex 10min-Vogelw. Bik, garage,
spectacular view for rent by ow€720+util 0176/62435373
ner. [email protected] or
Schönenberg,
Apartment, 0170-5508515
194Sqm, 3 Bedrooms, Ba*Otterberg house, 3BR, bik, lrg
throoms, 2 Living/Dining BIK, Fealiv/dinrm, 2bath, WC, studio, galletures: Basement, Yard, Garage,
ry, terrace, yard w/shed, 191sqm.
€950 + util., 01714269249 or
€1450+util. Avail now. [email protected]
12307/0179-5112877
Schönenberg, nice apartment, 197sqm house in Trippstadt, 5br,
154sqm, 2bedroom, big liv/dinin- liv/din., 1 bik, 2.5bath, terr/yard,
groom, BIK, shower and bathtub, gar, €1380 plus util., No Finders
storage, basement, car parking Fee, Dees Immobilien, 0176place €950 + util., 01714269249,
61786914
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Kaiserslautern American
HOUSES
FOR RENT
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with soft drinks and Nan bread.
Refill drinks free.
Our Dollar rate:
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Open every day!
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66849 Landstuhl
(06371) 172 77 or 172 78
Online order: www.heimservice-napoli.de
*Ramstein school dist. House,
220sqm, 1200sqm property, terrace, family rm, dinrm, BIK, laundry, 2full baths, 4BR, private patio
area in the back. Very quiet area,
6miles to RAB westgate, kids and
pets welcomed. €1600 +util. w/option to buy. Avail now. Call Owner
06364-175436
10 Minutes to RAB, 220sqm., living-space, 5 bedrms., 2 baths.,
b.i.k., Dining-living area, floor-heating, terrace, Yard, pets are welcome, garage 1680 €uro + util Anne
S. Neumann Immobilien4you Tel:
0173-8317162 [email protected]
hoo.de,
10
Minutes
to
Vogelway,
180sqm., living-space, 4 bedrms.,
b.i.k., 2 baths., wintergarden
fenced Yard, 2 garages 1400 €uro
+
util
Anne
S.
Neumann
Immobilien4you
Tel:
01738317162 [email protected],
July 25, 2014
1Fam House 66887 Rutsweiler
100sqm BIK bath 3BR liv/dinrm
basem carport yard avail Aug 1
€665+util 0170-1073965
1family house, center of Weilerbach, new renovated, 200sqm,
5BR, lrg livrm, kitchen, dinrm,
storragerm, 2baths, 2balcony, terrace, parking sp. €975+util. 01794732591
246sqm house in SchoenenbergKuebelberg,
Hoecherbergstr.,
15min RAB, 4 ½ BR, BIK, 2 liv/
dinrm, 3baths, 2 garages, balcony, garden, great acces to Autobahn (5min), pets welcome.
€1500 + util +dep. 06373-2195 or
0175-2838274
Airbase 15 min: Bruchmuehlbach, great 285 sqm house, 5 br,
firepl, balcony, yard, E 2250,- ;
Weilerbach: modern 4 br dpx, big
patio, E 1650,- ; Winnweiler:
brand new 340 sqm house, 6 br
yard, gar E 2500,-; pics avail.- JR
Realty - reduced fee - Ph: 0637171756 or [email protected]
Bruchmühlbach, nice house,
gar/carp,
rent€1005,
Bann, house, 235sqm, €1650+util 4BDR,
[email protected],
for rent, 5bedr, 4bathr, pl. call red.fee
01726823232
06371-62999 or 015120006974
The best Pizza & Salads in the KMC area
DELIVERY TO ALL BASES AND HOSPITAL FAMILY FRIENDLY
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2497
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66849 Landstuhl
(across from Kaufland)
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Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 11:00 - 15:00
17:00 - 24:00
Sat & Sun 11:00 - 24:00
Parking available
Beautiful freestanding house, in
Mehlbach,
300sqm
(3,229Sq
Feet) 6 Bd, 2,5 Baths, big open fire place, Wintergarten (Sun
porch), elektric rolladons, Sauna,
€2300
call:
0175-9747484
[email protected]
Bruchmuehlbach: luxury, 6 br,
300 sqm house, prime location,
open floorpl, firepl, fenced yard, E
2400,- ; pics avail. JR Realty - reduced fee - ph: 06371-71756 or
[email protected]
Charming Freest House, 10min
to US hospital Landstuhl, 15min
to RAB, 4BR, 1.5bath, BIK, fireplace, walk in closets, liv/dinrm,
2balc, patio, lrg garden, nice location,
basement,
Av
now,
€1400+utl.Approved by housing.
Pls call 0151/22563581
Couthrysite house, in Oberarnbach 3 BDRM 10min to RAB
€1100
+Utilities
Phon:
06371495880 or 017646618742
Deluxe house 5min to Ramstein
gate 170m² liv sp, lg livrm, diningrm, comp B-I kitchen, pantry,
guest wc, 2 baths gas floor heat,
4 bdrms, 2patios, nice sm yard,
gge+carport Tel 0175-5213781
Duplex Eulenbis 125sqm BIK
2.5baths 5BR livrm balc garden
garage pets allowed €890+util call
0157-79479251
Duplex in 66919 Weselberg
10min to LRMC and A62, 130sqm
3BR 1.5baths oil heating, attic, garage,
terrace
w/small
yard
€980+util avail July 20, 01717859082 or 06363-5481
Duplex in Niedermohr, €1340,
4rms, bik, utilityrm, carport, ready
to move in. 06383-5330 or -5610
July 25, 2014
Kaiserslautern American
HOUSES
FOR RENT
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Duplex in Konken, 5 bedroom, 2
bathroom big living dining aerea,
brandnew bultinkitchen, yard, carport plus offroad parking. Big
yard and a huge attic for storage.
Rent 997,00 plus utilities pls. call
06371 15113 or 063839289015
(callforwarding to cellphone)
Duplex Münchweiler, Gonbacherstr. 2,180sqm, 4BR BIK, full
bath, shower bath guest wc, granite flrs, floor heat, terr sm garden
garage, €1250+util+2mo dep avail
now Call 06302-609169 or 017671608513
Enkenbach-Alsenborn freest house 215sqm prefered living area
excl fittings BIK 3BR attic garage
garden roof terr €1450 Call: 015251914840
House in Hochspeyer, 150sqm,
3BR, 1office, 2bath, liv-dr-BIK,
SAT/DSL, gas floorheating, avail
15
Aug.
€1050+util
Call
017672236865
House in Sippersfeld,
4BDR,
1BIK, 1 ¾ bath, utilityrm, dinrm,
livrm, 3balconies, garage, new
bik, 140sqm livsp. €900+util.
06357-5967 or 0171-1214276
House in the great outdoors, House 1291 sq.ft in Dielkirchen.Property holds 43055 sq.ft. with fishponds and terraces. 3 BR, 2.5
Bath, kitchen and garage.€1550
rent + utl.. Tel. 06731-99838-25
or 0152 551 75652
House in Waldmohr, 15 min to
RAB. Gas heating, 166sqm, new
bik w/ dishw, 5 BR, dining/living
rm, sat-tv-socket, phone-connection, 1.5bathrm, basem w/laundryrm, balcony, double garage
52sqm, 2 parking sp, garden.
Avail now. €1325+util (incl. garadeposit
€2450.
Phone
Erzenhausen, 10 min Ramstein, ge)
126sqm, 5 rooms, 2 bathrooms, 06373505342 or 01604871356
large bik, small garden. €870+util. Kindsbach, rent €1000, nice houGarage with automatic door ope- se, 3BDR, gar., 01726823232 Dze
ner €40. Avail now. Phone: [email protected],
01743839209
Mail:
[email protected]
gmx.de
Great neighborhood, 4 bed, 2
bath, BIK, fireplace, balcony,
small garden, patio, sep. app. on
gr. floor included, 2 parking lots.
No pets please. Call 01797213864 or 0179-4887982.
Hochspeyer,
3BR
house,
2garage, balcony. €1130. Immo T.
016096096498
House for rent in Weltersbach 3
BR, 2 LR, DR, Office, furn. Ktch, 2
baths, walk-in-closet, Garden,
quiet Loc. €1230 + Util. No Pets.
0173-8081792
House in Country near Winnweiler 3/4 BR, BIK, plus storage & utility room. DBL garage, floor heating and Fireplace 260sqm 5 min.
to Autobahn 1700 Europlus Util.
017623363020 leave message.
Kindsbach, 3BR duplex, garage,
studio, patio, yard. €1030 Immo
T. 016096096498
Raisch’s
Restaurant
Steinwenden
House in Winnweiler renovated 5
bed rm 220sqm 2bik liv/din rm
1.75bath storage rm terrace balcony doubl garage garden nice &
quiet location Tel: office 063134064790 or 0151-58150238
House Kollweiler Gartenstrasse.
33a, 5Bed+studio, 2.5bath, Liv/
dinrm, Bik, pantry, den, balc, terrace, basement, useage, garage,
215sqm, big property in quiet
area in cul de sac. Landlord
speaks English, children and pets
welcome. One month rent deposit, avail now. €1560+40 garage.
Call 0171-5701320 / 0630137346, [email protected]
Kaiserslautern: duplex, 3 bedr.,
studio, 3 bath, built-in-kit., livingdingrm., garage, small yard,
1.320,-- € + util www.agra-immobi
lien.de 06371-57656
Kaiserslautern:
luxury
FSH,
285sqm, 4 bed, 2.5 bath, BIK, exclusive fittings, beautiful yard with
swimming pool, double garage,
Av. 1 Aug, 2150 eur+ut. 0172
6855976 [email protected]
Landstuhl 5 min Hospital, nice
house, 3BDR, rent€950, Dzepezau
[email protected], 01726823232
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01726823232
Landstuhl-Melkerei: traditional
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Mackenbach: huge freestanding
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Med. Style House, 12min Sembach / 20min Vogelweh, 6Bdr,
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Aug €2300 +util, 0671-79674579
Mehlingen duplex 110sqm, BIK,
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Mittelbrunn: nice freestanding
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yard, basement, 2.250,-- € + util
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Nice and large house near Landstuhl-Hospital and Ramstein !
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Fire place, large garden with Gardener included , avail. now,
€1600, 004915775431880 / manu
[email protected],
Nice house in a quiet area for a
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3BR, 1.5bath, BIK, big southside
deck and yard. €850+€300 utilies.
Available now. Please call 063755485 landlord speaks English
Pont-A-Mousson Ring 67A,
Landstuhl, 4BR house, 2.5bath,
avail 1 Aug. €1400 Tel 01622976381
July 25, 2014
New built luxury duplex in 67661
Breitenau (67705 Stelzenberg),
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bedroom, large living room, built
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including large side-by-side refrigerator), 2.5 bathroom (high class
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High efficiency house with low
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Very nice Ramstein House, 5 BR,
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Very nice, modern Ramstein House, 5 BR, 2.5 baths, built in kitchen, liv/dining room, patio, garage, € 1,180. Reduced fees, call
0162 4131 878 for an appointQueidersbach, 250sqm, 5BR,
ment or email: [email protected]
3.5bath, patio.€1785 Immo T.
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newly renovated, 125sqm, 4 bed,
mo T. 016096096498
2 bath, large BIK, garage, quiet vilRamstein, 10 min, FSH, 6BDR, lage with beautiful surroundings,
3baths, rent €1650, no fee, close to base, €910+ut. Call Melin01726823232
[email protected] da 0172/6855976 or kka.immobili
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cony,
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Ramstein-Miesenbach ideal for
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Open House, Saturday, July 26,
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email [email protected]
Townhouse Landstuhl by Owner,
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2008 Crysler 300 SRT PCK, EXC
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$16,995.Cell# 015209853062
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Avail TLA 3MI RAB Wsh/Dry Kit- brakes, rotors and pads, xm/sirius
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hed Whirlpool, Steamshower, Dol- [email protected],
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condition. €799. 0176-52948379
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great, good gas mileage. $2500/
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All black Nissan Pathfinder for sa(49)15146638094,
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1998 Mercedes A160, $3,000 Specs. DVD, Movie player, push
OBRO,
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gmail.com, Located in Ramstein- PL, PM and , sunroof. Well mainAwesome car! German spec, Se- tained with maintenance records:
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pairs and maintenance have been [email protected]
easy and inexpensive! Tires in
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good condition and runs great!
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2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 4 [email protected],
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mail.com 01715432764
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2002 Mercedes Benz Automaick,
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€4200, [email protected],
015117610336,
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immaculate condition. must sale, excellent condition, seat heating,
motivated seller. Manual shift.kse Garmin GPS, BMW mobility [email protected],
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Anointed Remnant International
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LDS Young Single Adults welcome all singles 18-30 for the following activities: Family Home Evening: Mondays @1830. Institute:
Wednesdays @1930. Location:
Am Lanzenbusch 3, Ramstein
66877. Phone: 017618300841.
Overeater's Anonymous, If food
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fees. Meetings every Monday
1800. Landstuhl hospital chapel,
building
3773.
Contact
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info.
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints has several congregations in the KMC. Visitors
are always welcome. Address:
Lauterstrasse 1, Kaiserslautern.
Wards
(time):
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dition.$10, [email protected],
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Canon Legria HFR26 PAL HD
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Battery life is alright but you can
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Car GPS navigation SYSTEM,
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Cell Phone HTC S1 works workd
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Electric guitar amp for sale; Rocktron Rampage, ideal for practice
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information please contact
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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
Monday-Friday. Age 2-5, Mon-Fri
7-5.06374-944828
ELECTRONICS
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Bicycle Trailer, for 2 kids, rarely
used, excellent condition, suitable
for all bikes, €50, for pics go to
class-world.com, [email protected]
hotmail.com,
Caution: Some Classified
ads have become a target
for scams. Please be cautious if potential buyers offer
you payment methods other
than cash.
Lovely white and gold Polish dinner and tea service. Plus tea set
and six large cups . ABSOLUTE
BARGAIN
Euro
150.00,
063728035459
CARLSON GRACIE
BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU
• Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
• Mixed Martial Arts
• Grappling
• Kids program
• Women Only Classes
Necklace with a cross pendant,
color is bronze/brown, for pics
please see www.class-world.com,
€5, [email protected]
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Fender type Telecaster electric
guitar. Masterbuilt, professional instrument. Excellent sound spectrum and tonal qualities. Must see
and try! Tom at 0172 35 64442
German Audio-Books (Thriller),
€uro 4 each, Pick up in Hochspeyer or on Kleber Kaserne Cell#:
0175-6298926
Giant Antique Warehouse Sale,
Sat 26 July, Sun 27 July, 10am*Laney GH50L all valve top guitar 3pm Schneeweiderhof 11, 67754
amplifier and 4x12 Laney speaker Essweiler Map: www.schoolhou
cabinet. Brand new, never left the se-antiques.com
living room. Amazing sound possibilities. Serious offers and details
I am selling a Sunbed from Dr.
at 01723564442
Kern Modell NGR 241. The light
tubes were exchanged and ran
An adjustable full-size bassinet for approx. 300 hours. Also have
allows you to keep baby closer avail 300 hours light tubes. (The
longer. Diaper changing table with new tubes run up tp 600 hours.) I
wipe clean fabrics that resist am selling the sunbed for someomess during changes. Easily con- ne. The light tubes can be bought
verts to a portable playard. Signa- at ebay or directly from Dr. Kern.
ture Graco® push-button fold ma- One or two tubes are possibly dekes closing your playard quick fect and need to be replaced.
and hassle-free. Airy mesh on all Bought for 3500 to 4000 DM. If
sides for maximum ventilation. you are interested please contact
Convenient carrying bag for no- us, the sunbed is located in Kaifuss travel and storage. New pri- serslautern, Tel: 0176-55 24 70 77
ce: 129.99, selling for $95, 06374- 06374-944368 (Doris)
944368 or 0176-55247077 or
email [email protected]
JLO Parfum , $5, 0175-6298926,
Pick up in Hochspeyer/Kleber KaApollo Amateur Night Tickets!, serne/RAB.
$15 in advance, $20 at the door.
Ticket Sales Start 29 June! Con- Kids DVD's $5 each Pick up in
tact the ticket POC's on the flyer Hochspeyer or on Kleber Kaserne
or [email protected] for mo- in Kaiserslautern, Cell#: 01756298926
re details!
220V Power Adapters, $2, I have
3 plug and 6 Plug 220v power adapters. Selling 3 plug for $2 and 6
plug for $4. half the price of re Art Nouveau furniture over 100
years old. A variety of items,
[email protected],
grandfather clock (Harmonium),
300 Watt Transformer, 300 Watt crystal glasses, Murano glasses,
Transformer in good working con- Meisner porcelain figurines, 200
dition,
$15.00,
[email protected] years old, coffee and Tea set.
gmail.com
Call: 0177-5211480
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For Sale, over 9 ft in diameter, oli- Necklace, fashion jewelry, black,
ve green, [email protected], different pearls & stones, $5,
[email protected]
Book: Sophie Kinsella "Confessions of a shopaholic" in good con- Nice necklace with heart-pendition, $3, 0175-6298926, pick up dant in silver. New, nether worn.
For picture please see classin Hochspeyer/Kleber/RAB.
world.com. €5, [email protected]
Boy Clothes Size 5/6 New with
tags, $5 Each. Pick up in Hochs- Org.Thomas Sabo Charm, price
peyer or on Kleber Kaserne in Kai- new was 49€, never used, was a
bday present, selling price €20,
serslautern. 0175-6298926
for pics please see classCollection of leather bound, si- world.com, [email protected]
gned by the author, 1st edition
books, mint cond. Over 100 diffe- Porcelain dolls, over 100 to choorent books. Authors include: Nor- se from, all dressed. Price Obo
man Mailer, William F. Buckley, Call: 0176-90796039
Joseph Heller, Elie Wiesel, Donald
Mc Dunne, John Updicke, Tom
Wolfe, etc. $ 15.000 - serious inquiries only! Call: 0631-940213 or
0151-270-19822
Sagem D15t Cordless Phone
Esprit Curtains 19 Euro Each in
(220v), Never used! Just sat in the
very good condition, Pick up in
box. It includes everything. $10,
Hochspeyer or on Kleber Kaserne
[email protected],
Cell# 0175-6298926
SA
CHILD
CARE
Kaiserslautern American
Large
Travel
cot/playpen,
$50.00.., 063728035459,
Long necklace with a heart & butterfly pendant, different stones.
For pics please see www.classworld.com, €5, [email protected]
Raiffeisen-Bauzentrum
Trouble-free building from A to Z !
We speci al i z e in:
s Renovation and remodeling
s Garden and landscaping
s Heating oil and wood pellets
English spoken, VAT forms accepted, right in Landstuhl!
Raiffeisen-Bauzentrum Landstuhl
Raiffeisenstraße 14 s Tel.: 0 63 71 / 92 11-0
WANTED: SALES
REPRESENTATIVE
AdvantiPro is looking for a
professional SALES REPRESENTATIVE
in the Kaiserslautern area.
Are you outgoing, familiar with the
area, speak German & English, have basicc
computer skills, own a car and a cell
phone and like to work independently?
If you also have sales experience, we
want to hear from you!
Send your resume to
[email protected]
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Kaiserslautern American
L
SA
Sentry Safe Fire Protection, $10,
2 keys, Its in condition its small.
Its good for holding personal stuff
FOR SALE
or watches, jewelry. Selling in AAAll ads and pics on class-world.com
FES for $15. I am selling because
I no longer need it. [email protected]
Selling two Fender Stratocaster gmail.com,
electric guitars. Never left the house, top condition. One is a
Siemens Dishwasher Bought in
collector's item. Serious offers
April 2013 selling due to moving
and details at 01723564442
still under warranty. Only pick up
in Hochspeyer. Cell#: 01756298926
E
Ramstein Do you have an
awesome car, motorcycle
or off road vehicle that
you would like to show
off??
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 protected]
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, [email protected]
August.
There will be games, food, music,
and fun for the whole family! Plus,
you will have the chance to win
awesome prizes in one of the six
Show and Shine categories!!
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U.S. & GERMAN ATTORNEYS
US & German Divorces • Support Issues
Wills and Probate • Employment • EEO • MSPB
Personal Injury • Contractor Issues • Tax
Treadmill for sale, $180, 06313553306, Model: 'PRO FORM'
with Heart control; 220. Optional
use of km or miles. Size: 143 inches high and 179 long, can fold
up. Self pick-up in Kaiserslautern.
Can your tax services give the same Guarantee?
Kaiserstr. 71 • 67661 Kaiserslautern
Tel: 0631-3554711 or 30396446
Email: [email protected]
There have been reports of
pets being sold from breeding facilities that are not managed at the highest professional standards. Please
choose your pet carefully.
Make sure you check the credentials of the people selling
the pet, and get proper paperwork showing shots and/
or other proof of healthy condition. For further advice,
consult your Veterinarian.
Transportation Box “Skudo IATA”, Size 4 (L 68cm, B 48cm, H
51cm) Brand NEW, still in box not
even opened as I ordered 2, $50,
for more details go to http://
www.petobel.de/nobby-transport
[email protected]
[email protected] no000210032401
web.de
Belgium Oak Buffet - Circa 1920.
Hand carved, with Brass Handles,
Leaded Glass, and Inlaid Tiles. A
beautiful addition to any home.
Call Bill @ 0151-511-90027.
Clock,
$170.00,
Various Boy T-Shirts Size 5/6 in gmail.com,
very good condition, 3.50 $ Each.
CALL 069-299-2069-0
email: [email protected]l.de
Pick up in Hochspeyer or on Kleber
Kaserne,
Kaiserslautern.
German Sideboard and HighResults – Guaranteed. At H&R Block, we Cell#: 0175-6298926
board for Sale. Oak-rustic color,
stand behind our work. If we make a mistake, we will
solid wood. Great condition! New
pay any additional interest and penalties. Plus, if the IRS
Various size New Gym bags €1200 each, now selling for €200
should call you in for an audit, we will explain your audit notice and the documentation you
each,
[email protected] each! Call: 0176-907-96039
need to provide, at no extra cost. We have experts on hand year around to help you. All prior $10.00
gmail.com
years can be done as well.
FULL SERVICE LAW FIRM
PETS
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Stationary Bike, $99 OBO,
[email protected],
totally
computerized bike, can measure Antique corner desk. See photo
time, speed, pulse, calories, and on KA classifieds web page. Contact
Eric
and
Mia
at
power, adjustable tension
063759949674.,
€150, German Shepherd puppies with
papers, long hair, for sale. Vacc,
Swarovski Crystal - Attention col- [email protected]
chipped, wormed. Call 0152lectors! All retired pieces reduced
27016331
to half their value, All pieces over
40years old! Prices greatly redu- Antique French armiore with mirHealthy Yorkshire Terrier Pupced! Great gift for any special oc- ror doors. Louis IV style. See phopies, with Chip, dewormed and
casion! Private collection!The last to on KA classifieds web page.
Eric
and
Mia
at Papiers. Please call 06241/
two Retired pieces., whale, turtle. Contact
985657and 0177/4636457
063759949674.
€800,
Call for info: 06332-41560 [email protected]
ween 2pm to 8pm. Can deliver to
Irish Thoroughbred Mare Good
RAB!
movement, loves dressage, hacks
out on her own, ridden by a noviTransformers, Multiple 220 volt Antique secretary desk. See pho- ce 13 yr old, schooled by a British
transformers. 4 X 300 watt for $40 tos on KA classifieds web page. trainer, lots of potential for a comEric
and
Mia
at petition horse in eventing and
each and 1 X 75 watt for $20. Contact
€120, dressage. No vices what so ever,
Contact
Eric
and
Mia
at 063759949674.,
snaffle mouth, easy to box.
063759949674.,
$40, [email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Go to RamsteinAutoShow.
com to register your vehicle in the
Motorcycle and Auto Show at the
Ramstein Enlisted Club parking lot
on 9
July 25, 2014
Wetsuit - Shorty, Women, black/
Kennedy Allee 28 • 55774 Baumholder orange, size small, fast drying,
Tel: 06783-981041 or 1850880
€15, for pics please see classEmail: [email protected] world.com [email protected]
SHAMMAH WORSHIP CENTER
Wine Rack/Holder, holds six bottles, attractive metal finish, fits perfectly in a small, narrow space.
$10; 0163-330-5535 or [email protected]
vantipro.de
New location:
Bruchwiesenstr. 16, 66849 Landstuhl
Worship service: Sunday, 10:00 a.m.
Call: 0 63 74 - 80 10 719 for more information
www.shammahinternationalworshipcenter.com
Samuel & Patricia Boswell
Pastors
Preparing God’s people, fulfilling God’s call
Ephesians 4:12
HELP
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FURNITURE
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!!! A beautiful German white
shrank with glass vitrine and lighted bar (€300) and a complete set
of Black Leather Bound 1987 Encyclopedia Brittanica (make an offer) 01704019648
Roza’s Fine
Handmade
Carpets
Original Flemish Tapestries.
Mantel Clock, Mantel clock from
the 60 era. Key wind chines on
the half and full hour., $70.00
[email protected]
PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES
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Professional Services are offered by registered businesses as well as private people. To ensure a satisfactory
service experience, please always ask for credentials and
deny payments up front. For
cleaning services, arrange
for payments after a final
walk-through and inspection
of the clean house.
Nice
Bathroom
Mirror
w/
storage1 year old bought at Hornbach for 98.50 Euro, asking 65 EuClock repair & antique clock saro. [email protected]
les. Hermann Lieser, Ludwigstr.
32, Landstuhl 06371-2637
Nice softwood cabinet, W x H x
D
=
36x76x18
in
€300, Eva's cleaning service, let us
clean your house, we guarantee
01703432129, in Kaiserslautern
you will be satisfied, 06371976660
Wooden bookshelf. See photo
on KA classifieds web page. Contact
Eric
and
Mia
at
063759949674.
$150,
[email protected]
· Handmade Carpets
· Authentic Kilims
· Pashminas, large variety
· Silver Turkish Mirrors
· Evil Eye Jewelry
· Carpet Mouse Pads & bags
· Turkish Mosaic Lamps
· Hand painted Turkish ceramics
· Place Mats & Table Runners
Landstuhler Str. 13 | 66877 Ramstein-Miesenbach
Cell: 01 70 - 6 40 45 47 | Phone: 0 63 71 - 94 32 27 | E-Mail: [email protected]
Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 10:00-18:00 | Closed Sunday
German all levels, Mr. Vollmer,
Ramstein, call: 063719524381,
www.deutschvollmer.de
PCS or House Cleaning or Hair
Braiding - Call Khisa 06374805015 or cell: 0170-6447943
Psychotherapy & Coaching
Evaluations and Reports
Further info, see online ad
or [email protected]
Weekly - BI-weekly & PCS Cleaning Cell: 0160-91948691 InspGuaranteed E-Mail [email protected]
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ning.com
July 25, 2014
Kaiserslautern American
Wanted FSH, I am looking to
purchase a home in the KaisersSERVICES
lautern area. Prefer country setAll ads and pics on class-world.com ting. No Realtors please. Please
contact Kim @ 01605502380 or
email
at;[email protected] / Interpreter Certified
mail.com
KL., near Vogelweh. Reasonable
rates. Call: 0631-54440
PROFESSIONAL
I assist in finding the ideal property for you. Through my distinctive
market knowledge I save you
from any unpleasant surprises,
unnecessary costs and the timeconsuming venture of searching
for your home. For more info please contact [email protected] or
017623901806
WANTED
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English Language Tutor Wanted.
Needed for my 14-year-old who is
a beginner. You should have a teaching certificate or experince or
at least a convincing method of teaching. 2-3 times a week at your
place or mine in Landsuhl. Pls
contact via [email protected]
gmail.com
Lead Vocalist Wanted. Must be
experienced, dedicated, disciplined & have stage presence. Weekly practices in Kindsbach.
Currently playing 90s/00s covers
from Blink 182 to Drowning Pool.
Originals in works too. Contact
[email protected]
Sound Ministry Leader, Part
–time help needed to operate
sound equipment in newly formed
Church Ministry.Individuals must
have references, and willing to
work on Sundays and Wednesdays.Please Submit Resume to
[email protected]
Looking for something to do
with your family?
Center Manager, USO Warrior Center
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
Description/Job Summary:
The Center Manager will manage all aspects of the
day-to-day operations of the center to ensure first-class
support of wounded / injured / ill service members at
LRMC.
www.militaryingermany.com
Your online portal for fun events, family activities and much more …
10th RICHARD Lionheart festival
Voice lessons (experienced professional singer, BM) 06372508747 or [email protected]ocanto.com
Wanted: family looking to buy
house near Weilerbach park, under €300,000, renovated, garage,
yard, gas, view, 200+Sqm, sucht
Haus in der Nähe zu kaufen Park
Weilerbach [email protected]
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come and celebrate with us
famous medievAl spectacle with
medievAl market, knights camp,
m us ic and juggl er s …
25-27 July 2014
76855 Annweiler am Trifels
historical city center (follow signs)
annweiler cordially invites you
to it´s most popular festival.
www.richard-loewenherz-fest.com
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT:
Center Operations Supervisor
Ramstein A. B., Germany
Description/Job Summary: The Center Operations Supervisor will manage the daily operations
of the USO Center, located at the Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility on Ramstein Air Base,
Germany.
Responsibilities/Duties
• Manage all facets of the day-to-day operations of the CASF USO center
• Recruit, train, develop, and manage a team of several volunteers
• Plan, coordinate and execute patient and staff morale programs
• Utilize specialized software for the management of volunteers
• Generate documents and reports utilizing MS Word and Excel Required Qualifications
• Experience in customer service and event planning preferred
• Management and supervisory experience preferred
• Experience in military environment and knowledge of military protocol preferred;
ability to work with military leadership
• Strong verbal and written communication skills required
• Ability to work on weekends, late evenings, mornings, and holidays
Details
Primary duties are on Wednesday and Saturday evenings and Thursday and Sunday mornings
• Position is located in the Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility/CASF on Ramstein Air Base
in Germany
• Preference will be given to local candidates within commuting distance to the location
• Relocation assistance is not provided for this position.
Please apply online at: http://www.uso.org/careers/ and click on “Search USO Careers”
Responsibilities/Duties
• Provide active leadership in procurement and
growth of financial and other in-kind resources
necessary for center operations.
• Recruit, supervise, train, develop, and recognize
staff and volunteers.
• Oversee the successful planning, coordination,
and execution of daily morale-enhancing programs
within an established budget.
• Seek, develop, maintain, and improve relationships
with the US military and with persons, organizations,
and groups that support the center’s many programs.
• Ensure that the center always remains clean, safe,
welcoming, and well-maintained and that all assets
are functional and up-to-date.
• Prepare, review, and deliver financial, operational,
and statistical reports within established deadlines.
• Interact with patients and familiarize them with the
center and its many offerings.
Required Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree in business or related field.
• 3-5 years experience in a supervisory role. Ability
to effectively manage, lead, motivate, mentor, and
develop employees and volunteers.
• Exceptional interpersonal and customer service skills.
• Demonstrated initiative/self-motivation, attention
to detail, and organizational and time management
skills.
• Demonstrated proficiency in written and oral
communications as well as knowledge of various
software programs including but not limited to
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
• Willingness and ability to regularly work
non-standard hours (late evenings, holidays
and weekends).
• Must be a strong advocate of the USO’s mission
to support active duty military and their families.
• Public speaking experience is preferred.
• Must be able to lift and carry items weighing
up to 50 pounds.
• Must have USAREUR driver’s license.
Details:
• This position is located on Landstuhl Regional
Medical Center.
• Preference will be given to local candidates
within commuting distance.
• Relocation assistance is not provided for this position.
• Resume and cover letter are required for full
consideration.
Please apply online at:
http://www.uso.org/careers/
and click on “Search USO Careers”
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49.99
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COOLPIX L 29 KIT
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