The Army in Europe Information Technology Training Program and Knowlogy offer various classes to meet certification requirements. Fully equipped facilities across Europe provide training and certification services. For a list of courses visit https://itt.eur.army.mil/schedule.aspx or call mil 337-6022.
Archive for May, 2013
The Exchange’s Christine Robinson hands Mariavictoria Alimbuyao, a human resource specialist with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Europe District, a carnation on Mother’s Day as part of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service’s celebration of the holiday.
The U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden’s Personnel Division now offers a faster CAC Pin reset option. People can sign in at the kiosk at the ID card issue office in Building 1023E to use the CAC reset station. It’s located in Room 166.
Capt. Yvette Soto, a lawyer with the Wiesbaden Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, discusses the movie “Twelve Angry Men” with students at Wiesbaden High School May 3. The discussion about the importance of jury trials was in observance of Law Day.
It’s unadvisable for one to take a trip without charting the course beforehand. The same advice stands for military members preparing to make the trip from military to civilian life.
People stop for a glass of wine at one of the many stands featuring local products on the Rhein River between Wiesbaden-Biebrich and Rüdesheim.
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.
This year’s graduating class at Wiesbaden High School has more than 100 students, and 90 percent will be going on to college.