The Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month kickoff and SHARP…
Students from Wiesbaden Middle and High School visited the 529th Military Police Company Jan. 29 on Clay Kaserne.
Using the public transportation system in Germany can be a convenient way to travel and explore the local area.
When the Gulf War began, SanDee Eisenberg, an American living in Hochheim, felt compelled to reach out and help American families in any way she could.
The new Kantine contractors, Seong Suk Yoo and Hwan-Wook Lee, together with Deputy Garrison Commander Scott Mowry signed the Kantine contract Jan. 23 at the Works Council on Clay Kaserne.
Wiesbaden firefighter Christian Schipper was selected Civilian Firefighter of the Year for Installation Management Command-Europe. He received the award for his commitment to the self-contained breathing apparatus shop at the Wiesbaden Fire Department on Clay Kaserne and will go on to compete at the IMCOM level.
Over the past several months, the Directorate of Public Works has been gathering information on housing and resident satisfaction and what residents would like to see in the future.
The Army Nurse Corps celebrated its 119th birthday on Feb. 2. The theme for 2020 is “Ready to Lead, Ready to Care since 1901.”
While homeschooling his autistic son, one dad stumbled upon a way to help his child thrive. Now schools and child care centers at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden will benefit from what he learned.
People write books for all kinds of reasons. Some have an intriguing story to tell. Others want to illuminate past events or to share ideas.