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Lots of screening, little testing and few coronavirus cases as Ramstein AB keeps flying

The main base in the largest overseas U.S. military community has reduced flight operations, shuttered base services and canceled group official functions as it tries to keep the coronavirus at bay.

The Alamo serves Tex-Mex that meets Texas standards

Germany isn’t known for its Mexican food, or at least, that’s the word on the street. Schnitzel and bratwurst are great, but sometimes you just want tacos, a burrito or some messy nachos.


At Kapaun Air Station, airmen taking care of their own on Thanksgiving

Two airmen at Kapaun Air Station in Germany have an ambitious plan for Thanksgiving: they’re providing many of the 351 service members who live in the base dorms with home-cooked meals.


CBS Sports fumbles Air Force graphic in football game against Army

If you saw the Air Force vs. Army football game Saturday, you may have noticed a graphic on CBS Sports, featuring an Army tank and what was supposed to be an Air Force jet.


Air Force approves indefinite enlistments at 12-year service mark for airmen

Airmen can apply to retire once they become eligible or separate before then if they don’t have a service commitment. Promoted airmen will have their service extended to the new rank’s high year of tenure.


For first time, an airman is named senior enlisted adviser to JCS chairman

Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Ramon Colon-Lopez will be the next senior enlisted adviser to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, defense officials said Wednesday.


Pregnant airmen can now fly without medical waiver, new rule says

The policy, which takes effect immediately, gives certain fully qualified pilots, remotely piloted aircrew and missile operations duty crews the option to continue doing their jobs while pregnant.