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Air Force dentists responded to 1981 explosion at Ramstein Air Base

Blown out windows, damaged cars and the torn up entrance to the U.S. Air Force Europe headquarters, as well as damaged cars, the result of a bombing at Ramstein Air Base by the Red Army terrorist group, August 31, 1981. Air Force dentists treated 15 people wounded in the attack. (U.S. Air Force photo)

PHOTO BY: Air Force Medical Service History Office
VIRIN: 180830-F-FT687-001.JPG
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