Results 1 - 16 of 16 in Landstuhl, France
Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link Lightbox link KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany - Despite losing funding because of sequestration, the military's annual bodybuilding and figure invitational went ... (more) Comment?
Todd and Julie Beavers of DeKalb announce the birth of a daughter, Madison Ella Beavers, born April 5, 2013, at Valley West Community Hospital, Sandwich. Comment?
Raelin Bretzke, 9, examines a Lego construction depicting Burnside's Bridge, which played a major role in the Civil War Battle of Antietam. Comment?
A German mover packs household goods onto a truck. Officials with U.S. Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa recently surveyed military personnel living in the Kaiserslautern, Germany, area to gauge how important living on base was to them, and if they would be willing to finance a voluntary move to the base, a cost the U.S. government currently ... (more) Comment?
Under a moonlit sky, emergency medical helicopters from Company C, 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, touched down at Miesau Army Depot and discharged moulage-covered role players onto the landing zone. Comment?
ONE of the Australian soldiers wounded by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan is expected to be airlifted to Germany for treatment. Comment?
The exercise provided the first opportunity since the unit's redeployment from Afghanistan to test the soldiers' medevac capabilities in a simulated-austere environment. Comment?
At the Landstuhl library on Saturday, kids could get their photo taken with volunteers dressed as characters made famous by the books of Dr. Comment?
Army Col. Barbara Holcomb reads Dr. Seuss' "The Foot Book" to a young audience Saturday morning at the Landstuhl library. Comment?
Utility lines for water, electric, sprinkler systems and hospital gases run nearly floor to ceiling in a crawl space below Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, making access difficult and repairs time-consuming and costly. Comment?
U.S. Army Installation Management Command will continue to hire workers deemed critical to support services, including child and youth services staff, firefighters, security guards and civilian police, in spite of an Army-wide civilian hiring freeze. Comment?
The saxophone section of the DODDS-Europe Honor Jazz Seminar Big Band rehearses a number Tuesday. Comment?
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany - About an hour into rehearsal Tuesday morning, Jiggs Whigham tells the teenagers on stage to "put your horns down and stand up, please." The world-renowned jazz trombonist and music professor tells them to extend and hold their arms out to their sides. Comment?
Jamie Taylor, an Army spouse, watches as Michelle Thomas, U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern's Army Community Service director, helps her son Dustin, 2, pick out a gift during a recent gift-giving event at the Kaiserslautern Community Activities Center on Daenner Kaserne, Germany. Comment?
A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the return of a missing 11-year-old American girl who - by court order - should be in the care of German youth welfare services. Comment?
It has begun. Starbucks, America's caffeine superstore, just got a foothold in the U.S. military community in Germany and is already looking to grow. Comment?