Two types of passports are important for DOD personnel and families stationed in Germany: the no-fee passport — distinguishing DOD civilians and command-sponsored family members as official government travelers — and the regular-fee tourist passport.
Archive for January, 2017
Old man winter is here bringing with him a mix…
FORT LEE, Va. — Just in time for those whose New Year’s resolution is to be more fit and watch what they eat, commissaries worldwide will debut their new nutrition guide program in January.
WASHINGTON — In January, the Army began administering the Occupational Physical Assessment Test, or OPAT, to all recruits to assess their fitness for military occupational specialties.
BREMERHAVEN, Germany — The first Soldiers from 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division arrived in Europe Jan. 5, and they hit the ground running a day later by assisting with the initial offloading of the heavy brigade’s equipment from boats in this German port city on the North Sea.
The Soldier Medical Readiness Clinic at the Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic wants to help units improve and sustain the Medical Readiness of their Soldiers.
Many taxpayers plan their holiday shopping and other purchases around getting their tax refunds from the Internal Revenue Service at the earliest possible date. But in 2017, refunds may take longer to reach some taxpayers than in previous years.
One of the many preventive medicine services closely monitored by the Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic is cervical cancer screenings.