News flash – October 8, 2015

Health Clinic closed
The Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic will be closed Oct. 9 and 12 for the training holiday.

Wiesbaden Finance Office hours
The Wiesbaden Finance Office in Bldg. 1023W will close every Thursday for training from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. beginning Oct. 15.

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.

Funded Legal Education Program
The Funded Legal Education Program provides 25 active duty lieutenants or captains the opportunity obtain a legal education at government expense. Officers with two to six years of total active federal service at the time legal training begins are eligible. Details regarding FLEP eligibility, the application process and service obligation are outlined in Army Regulation 27-1, Chapter 14 (AR 27-1). The eligibility requirements in AR 27-1 are statutory and cannot be waived. The U.S. Army Europe Office of the Judge Advocate can help interested lieutenants and captains learn more and apply for the program (call mil 337-0600 or civ (0611) 143-548-0600). The application deadline is Nov. 1 and interested applicants are encouraged to visit the program website.

Gen. Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award
The nomination window for the annual Gen. Douglas MacArthur Leadership Awards competition is now open, and U.S. Army Europe G1 will accept packets until Nov. 1. All nominees will be evaluated on their overall leadership performance during 2015. The GDMLA program was introduced in 1987 to recognize company-grade and junior warrant officers who demonstrate MacArthur’s ideals of “Duty, Honor, Country,” and have a proven record of extraordinary performance, leadership and achievement. Packets must contain a variety of pieces and GDMLA program overseers are encouraging everyone to start the process as soon as possible. The winners at the USAREUR level will move forward to compete against junior leaders from other major Army commands, where only a few select officers and warrant officers in the active, National Guard and Reserve components across the Army will receive the award.
For more information on the eligibility and nomination requirements, contact your unit’s personnel office. For more information on the McArthur Leadership Award Program, visit the Army G-1 website at