An Army Reserve physician assigned to the 196th Medical Support Unit of the 21st Theater Sustainment Command’s 7th Civil Support Command assisted in a partner nation training event with the Bulgarian army May 14 to 18.
These are examples of commands given by Staff Sgt. Michael Judy, 86th Security Forces military working dog handler, to his 2-year-old military working dog, Risky. The start of these puppies’ new lives is the day they are selected to become a military working dog.
Soldiers from the 21st Theater Sustainment Command, 7th Civil Support Command’s 773rd Civil Support Team, hosted Bulgarian army soldiers to demonstrate the chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear assets available to the 773rd CST, and to promote a partnership between the two countries May 14 to 18.
The Airmen of the 886th Civil Engineer Squadron Explosive Ordnance Disposal flight are constantly on guard. This team responds to emergencies and works with the host nation, keeping the KMC safe.
Psychiatric illness is no laughing matter, but humor and lightheartedness can help us all get through the stresses of military life and deployment.
The carnival ends June 3. For a total of 11 days, more than 140 ride owners and vendors will offer their attractions, merchandise and food specialties in the giant “amusement city.”
The Technical University Kaiserslautern will sponsor its second forest run, called “Uni-Villa-WaldLauf 28,” from the university’s sports field to Villa Denis in Diemerstein Saturday. The UVL28 is a 28-kilometer-long run with an altitude difference of 400 meters. The event will end with a park fest in Diemerstein. - READ MORE...