Students from the Management Master’s Program at Hochschule Mainz, University of Applied Sciences, worked on three consulting projects for U.S. Army Europe and U.S. Air Forces in Europe as part of their Controlling and Consulting course and presented their results Jan. 8 at the Community Activity Center on Clay Kaserne.
SEMBACH, Germany — In a real-life situation reminiscent of something from a movie, a U.S. Army combat medic used the skills she learned from a 17-year career to help an unconscious passenger on a Dec. 14 flight from Portugal to Germany.
Participants try out classes at Wiesbaden Family and MWR’s Fitness Resolution Day Jan. 11 at the Wiesbaden Sports, Fitness and Outdoor Recreation Center.
Caitlin Brooks saved the life of a woman by applying her CPR skills at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago July 16. For this action, she was commended with the Red Cross Certificate of Merit Nov. 26 on Clay Kaserne.
In December, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden employees were recognized for their length of service to the government.
NBC News London correspondent Kelly Cobiella (left) interviews Chap. (Maj.) Troy Morken, chaplaincy resource manager with the Religious Support Office, and his family about how military families spend Christmas abroad.
After a coronal mass ejection, which delivered a heavy dose of radiation from the sun and left much of northern Europe without electricity, dozens of future engineers, scientists and mathematicians put their heads together to develop a disaster recovery plan in a scenario that would test their skills and give them a unique hands-on learning experience.
Newcomers to the competition, the U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Department of Public Works team won the 5th annual Mousetrap Race Car event held Dec. 4 at Wiesbaden Middle School.