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United Service Organizations
The United Service Organizations (USO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the support and welfare of United States service members and their families.
Boy Scouts of America
Boy Scouts of America (BSA), was incorporated on February 8, 1910, and chartered by the US Congress in 1916. Transatlantic Council (TAC) began in 1950 at the invitation of the US Department of Defense (DOD).
Association of the United States Army
AUSA is a non-profit educational organization that supports America's Army – Active, Guard, and Reserve, and Army Civilians, Retirees, and Families.
Military Community Recreation Center Ramstein built by Airmen for Airmen. It’s a Newly renovated Recreation Center for Lower Enlisted Military Members located on Ramstein Air Base.
Air Force Sergeant Association
Air Force Sergeant Association (AFSA) was founded in 1961 by four U.S. Air Force non-commissioned officers who recognized the need for an organization to represent the voice of all enlisted personnel to America’s elected and military leaders.
The Non Commissioned Officers Association of the United States of America
The Non Commissioned Officers Association of the United States of America (NCOA) is a federally-chartered military service organization representing the voice of its members throughout the halls of Capitol Hill, inside the walls of the Pentagon, and throughout the VA.
Fisher House Foundation
Fisher House Foundation builds comfort homes where military & veteran families can stay free of charge, while a loved one is in the hospital.
KMC African American Heritage Committee
KMC African American Heritage Committee is a private organization with a duty to spread cultural awareness and promote unity amongst all races
Berlin Airlift Association
The purposes of the Berlin Airlift Association is to commemorate the service rendered by the participants of the Berlin Airlift, both military and civilian.
Armed Forces Against Drunk Driving
Volunteers with KMC Armed Forces Against Drunk Driving (AADD) stand ready to take military members home in case the designated driver leaves the party early or is otherwise unable to drive. AADD is not meant to be a primary plan for those who have been drinking, but as a safety net for those whose plans fall through.