The spotlight shone on teachers in all four Wiesbaden schools May 6-10. Students, parents, administrators and local leaders gathered to thank educators for their vital role in inspiring young minds and helping guide future citizens.
No more than an hour away from the KMC (Kaiserslautern Military Community) is one of Germany’s most beautiful, romantic and scenic areas — the Middle Rhine.
Some Wiesbaden Middle School students saw what happens when military working dogs “attack” and also got a peek at engineer life recently during Take Your Child to Work Day at the Amelia Earhart Center.
Spc. Alexander Eaton had his 12-year-old Audi 80 in mind as he attended the grand opening of the new Wiesbaden Automobile Skills Center.
One of the best memories Spc. Veronica Pruhs has of Military Working Dog Linda is the day they were on patrol and Linda trotted over to a car so she could get a better smell through a window that was open a crack.
Alina Newburn’s first act after becoming a naturalized citizen was to visit a table where she could fill out the paperwork necessary for her to obtain a United States passport.