Welcome to Ramstein Air Base, Germany!

About Us
Welcome to Ramstein Air Base (RAB), Germany, home of the 86th Force Support Squadron (FSS). The 86 FSS mission is to provide the Kaiserslautern Military Community (KMC) with the highest level of dedicated and focussed customer-driven community support that provides essential services through numerous activities, facilities and programs.  The Ramstein 86th Force Support Squadron presents something for everyone throughout the whole year, from the Month of the Military Child events in April, to our Freedom Fest celebration in July.  Shop for unique gifts from around the world at Ramstein’s Annual Welfare Bazaar in September, or round off the year with some Thanksgiving and Christmas festivities.

As a squadron, we want to help you discover all of the fantastic facilities, free events, and programs that FSS has to offer.  You can experience a variety of food and drink specials at one of our many dining facilities.  Get active at one of our three fitness centers with group fitness classes or personal training.  We also have exceptional programs for your family including Family Child Care, School Age Programs, Teen Centers and Youth Sports.  Our Ramstein and Vogelweh Community Centers offer concert tickets, language classes for all levels, music lessons, family nights, bingo nights and much more!

Maybe you’re in the mood for something fun and adventurous!  Visit the Ramstein or Vogelweh Bowling Centers, the Woodlawn Golf CourseOutdoor Recreation, or schedule a trip with RTT Travel.  If you’re looking for a relaxing night in, rent and purchase movies, video games and more from MOMs. For assistance with employment, job listings, computer training and all your other occupational needs, force support is here to serve you!

86 FSS stands by its motto, “Air Force’s Greatest Force Support Team … Most professional, Most energized, Most innovative!”.  Like us on Facebook @AFRamsteinFSS, Follow us on Twitter @RamsteinFSS, tune in to 105.1 FM AFN radio, or read our weekly Spotlight section of the Kaiserslautern American newspaper.