Troops deployed to Europe during World War I needed more than just beans, blankets and bullets to keep up morale.
Archive for September, 2013
A 66th Military Intelligence Brigade Soldier addresses the 66th MI Brigade Women’s Forum with her concerns Sept. 6 at the Clay Kaserne Chapel.
Rape of an adult — A Soldier is being charged with rape of an adult, wrongful use, introduction and distribution of a controlled substance, and wrongful use of a controlled substance.
Capt. Jennifer Glover, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment commander, explains to Pvt. 2 James Kirk, 66th Military Intelligence Brigade, the various options for donating to the Combined Federal Campaign during a kickoff event on Clay Kaserne Sept. 16.
All Community Banks will be closed Oct. 3 in observance of German Unity Day.
The Wiesbaden Association of Good Neighbors (a German-American friendship club) meets every first Thursday of the month for a Stammtisch. One of the oldest members who is 94 and still very active recently shared a warning about a horrendous experience he had had.
I am not sure who to send this complaint to. A friend of mine went to the commissary today and bought a small package of strawberries — spending more than $4 for them — which to me is ridiculous to begin with when you can get them on the economy for less than €2.