News flash – November 5, 2015

Flu vaccinations
The Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic will host flu vaccinations for the community on the following dates: Nov. 13 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the PX/Hainerberg Shopping Mall; Nov. 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Tony Bass Gym; Nov. 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the PX; and Nov. 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Tony Bass Gym. Adults should wear clothes to allow shoulder access. Children should wear clothes to allow shoulder and thigh access.

Clinic closed
The Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic will be closed for Veterans Day Nov. 11, the afternoon of Nov. 13 for an award presentation and Nov. 26-27 for the training holiday and Thanksgiving.

CYSS closures
In order to recognize their exemplary results, Child, Youth and School Services, to include Child Development Centers, will enjoy a well-deserved day off Nov. 27 and Dec. 24. Arrangements should be made now for alternative care, which includes Family Childcare homes. For further information, visit Parent Central Services.

VA visits
The Veterans Administration Overseas Military Service Coordinators will visit Wiesbaden Nov. 5 and Dec. 2 to discuss VA benefits, disability compensation claims, fiduciary and VA pensions. Contact Angela Allmon at mil 548-1323 or email to schedule an appointment.

Fill out customs forms online
Postal Service Center patrons must fill out customs forms online by visiting for shipping personal mail and for sending mail through the Military Postal System.

Winter tires required
Winter is coming. Winter tires should be on your vehicle from Oct. 1 to April 1. German law requires that vehicles have “adequate tires” for winter driving. This means that in high-snow areas like Bavaria, vehicles must have snow tires mounted. In areas not regarded as “snow prone” like Wiesbaden, the use of all-season tires with an M/S label or a snowflake label are acceptable. Winter tires should have a tread depth of at least 3 millimeters. While there is no criminal penalty for not having snow tires in this area, your insurance company could find you at fault if you are involved in an accident even if you didn’t cause it.

U.S. Army CID recruiting
The U. S. Army Criminal Investigation Division is seeking qualified Soldiers to become CID Special Agents. CID Special Agents are highly trained federal agents who conduct criminal investigations that range from homicide to fraud, and when appropriate, work in conjunction with local, state and other federal investigative agencies. CID agents have the opportunity to pursue education at the FBI National Academy, Metropolitan Police Academy at Scotland Yard, the Defense Academy of Credibility Assessment and the Canadian Police College.

Visit to apply or visit the Wiesbaden CID office at Clay Kaserne Bldg. 1030 or call mil 337-6552/6554 or civ (0611)705-6552/6554.