• Kristen Beckman/Special to the Herald Union
David Webster, maintenance mechanic at Wiesbaden Outdoor Recreation, works on a bicycle May 18 at the facility on Clay North. Additional online resources from the Outdoor Recreation and Education Program include a “Bike 2 Work Program,” which shares biking paths to and from different garrison areas, and a “1000 Kilometer Biking Club Program,” which offers eligible participants a free jersey after biking 1,000 kilometers.

    Stay safe, follow bicycle laws this summer

    Many in the Wiesbaden community are taking advantage of the summer weather by riding their bicycles.

  • Graduates exit their vehicles as Wiesbaden Army Airfield staff coordinates safe spacing.
Photo by Lisa Bishop/USAG Wiesbaden Public Affairs

    A graduation to remember

    When COVID-19 rules threatened to derail a rite of passage for graduating seniors, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden and tenant units came together to assist the school and put on a celebration to remember.

  • Nadine Bower/USAG Wiesbaden Public Affairs
Karin Morrell was promoted to assistant fire chief prevention, with a Level 3 Fire Prevention Officer certification, the first woman to achieve the title in Europe.

    Fire Department promotes first female Level 3 Prevention Officer

    The U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Fire Department’s Karin Morrell was recently promoted to assistant fire chief prevention with a Level 3 Fire Prevention Officer certification, the first woman to achieve the title in Europe.

  • Herald Union file
Making physical, mental and spiritual health a priority can help those struggling with the stresses of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Self-care essential for health, well-being

    Making physical, mental and spiritual health a priority can help those struggling with the stresses of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Lisa Bishop/USAG Wiesbaden Public Affairs
Lt. Col. David Chapman and his expectant wife, Jaime, have their household goods packed out May 20.

    PCSing during COVID-19

    When the Department of Defense announced a 60-day stop movement order March 11, Chris Curtis, sponsorship and benefits coordinator, knew the action would impact more than those with planned PCS moves.


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