Many times when a military family is going through marital discord, parenting challenges, or other stressful life events, they are directed to the Family Advocacy Program.
Shorter days and cooler temperatures indicate the inevitable end of summer is just over the horizon. Drivers are encouraged to start getting ready for winter weather now by acquiring the proper tires for their vehicles.
Students from Wiesbaden Middle School’s Advancement Via Individual Determination class initiated a community action day Nov. 11 and did not let the rainy weather keep them from cleaning up trash and leaves on Hainerberg.
Through their consistent volunteer work and dedication to service, every member of the Ellwein family has shown their willingness to go above and beyond to help others. It is with sincere gratitude and appreciation that the Association of the United States Army presents our Volunteer Family of the Year Award to this remarkable Army family.
Jaime Chapman, entrepreneur and military spouse, won the inaugural edition of the Best Military Spouse-Owned Business Award Sept. 10 at the 3rd annual Military Influencer Conference in Washington D.C.
Before and during Christmas time, military units, family readiness groups and private garrison-approved organizations may want to organize bake sales or gift wraps to raise funds.
U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden celebrated the National Disability Employment Awareness Month observance Oct. 21 at the Clay Kaserne Chapel.
Over 17% of active duty Soldiers are categorized as being obese. Obesity is an obvious threat to Soldier readiness as it increases the rate of musculoskeletal injuries, non-deployability, Army Physical Fitness Test failures, and chronic illnesses.