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Haunting Halloween history in Germany

While the modern Halloween holiday dates to the 19th century in the United States, Halloween is still relatively young in Germany.

Beautiful Bamberg

Bamberg is a delightful city in upper Franconia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a perfect destination for singles, couples, families and...

Make connections and start volunteering

You moved to a new country and you need a way to make new friends, network within your community and make the most of your overseas experience.

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Keeping traditions alive with the Ramstein Bazaar

In 1965, the Ramstein Officers’ Wives’ Club (ROWC) came up with a relatively simple solution to help raise funds for scholarships and community...

Helping students adjust after PCSing

Afraid you don’t know anyone at your new duty station?

Student ambassador and youth sponsorship programs

Imagine your first day in a new school. You know not a soul. You search the crowded halls for a smiling face or even eye contact.

KMC Exchange managers listen and respond at event for shoppers

Ramstein  – At the KMC Exchange, military shoppers are always number one.

Child building LEGO structures.

KES students compete in First Lego League

Kaiserslautern Elementary School (KES), for the second year in a row, competed in the First Lego League (FLL) competition sponsored by DODEA. ...

Ramstein Girl Scout Troop 443 made nearly 50 rope dog toys for Paws Abroad and the Homberg Tierheim. © Troop 443

Ramstein Girl Scouts earn Bronze Award

Editor's Note: This story was written by Ramstein Girl Scout Troop 443. It is being published with very minor edits. 

Kids decorating pillowcases © American Red Cross

Prep your pillowcase with the Red Cross

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina stuck a blow to the U.S. Gulf Coast.

Damien Nelson and his mother Sonja inside a UH-60 helicopter, March 18, 2017, as they visited a display that allowed Damien and his brother Malik explore military vehicles. MARTIN EGNASH/STARS AND STRIPES

Soldiers bring out big trucks to 'brighten' day of German twins

GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — Soldiers rounded up some heavy metal Saturday for disabled German twins who love trucks and big equipment.

More than blood drives: The American Red Cross

The American Red Cross serves more than 2 million servicemembers, including active-duty, guard and reserve, as well as family members and retirees.

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