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Training, dedication and willpower — a few of the many attributes you need to prepare for a half or full marathon.
Whether you’re worried about random acts of terror, criminal targeting or performing your unofficial ambassador duties, as a U.S. servicemember, civilian or dependent you have a responsibility to protect yourself while living abroad.
The world of volunteering can be overwhelming, even more so if you have children. We, as responsible parents, want to teach our kids to be generous with our time and resources, but we are sometimes turned away from serving if we have young children.
Get some exercise, make friends, and learn about Germany’s wine growing industry — all while sampling some of the finest regional wines and culinary delights along the way.
If you speak German and can pass a grueling five- to six-hour language proficiency exam, a world of benefits awaits you at Kaiserslautern Technical University. Originally founded in 1970 in a partnership with the University of Trier, it became a stand-alone university in 1975.
Keep your child’s summer fun with programs available through Army Child, Youth and School Services and Force Support Squadron Youth Services!
CYS programs
Perhaps you let go of a lot of your furniture to lighten the weight load before your last PCS. Or, you like to purchase new (or new to you) items when you arrive at your new duty station. That is understandable.
Two years ago my friend Mary took a summer job in Spain. After unpacking, plugging in and using her hair straightening iron, it became alarmingly apparent that something was wrong.
Being stationed overseas does not mean that there is a lack of exciting, educational and entertaining summer activities for school-age kids.
Explore your campus and get to know your area.
High school can be the hardest time for a military child to PCS. They’ve worked hard to earn a reputation in their sport or activity and with their teachers. They have friends and a routine they don’t want to leave. Switching allegiance from one school to another is hard.
A plus to living in Europe is the opportunity to participate in numerous outdoor festivals, events and activities held year-round. Then, there is the weather. Similar to that of the Pacific Northwest, the weather in Germany, the U.K.
Kaiserslautern Elementary School (KES), for the second year in a row, competed in the First Lego League (FLL) competition sponsored by DODEA. Teams from all over Europe competed in the event on March 20 and 21.
If you’ve been on a U.S. Air Force installation recently, you may have noticed things looking a little more hairy. The collective groan heard around the world on March 1 from significant others and spouses came to you courtesy of Mustache March.
American Forces Network (AFN) Super Bowl LI coverage begins hours before the big game, Feb. 5 at 9 a.m. CET/ 5 p.m. JKT on AFN|sports.  The Super Bowl pre-game starts at 8 p.m. CET Feb. 5/4 a.m. JKT Feb. 6.  Kick-off time is 12:25 a.m. CET/8:25 a.m. JKT Feb. 6. 
Europe celebrates and ushers in the New Year with gusto. Elaborate parties and dazzling fireworks displays illuminate iconic landmarks in cities such as London, Paris and Berlin.