Story and photos by Karl Weisel U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden…
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“Today marks the fourth time that Greg Zellmer and I have executed the battle hand- over,” Rector told a crowd of about 250 people, including Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling, U.S. Army Europe commander, at the 1st Military Intelligence Brigade Hangar on Clay Kaserne June 27. “Therefore I know he has created a team that is well trained and prepared to answer our nation’s call.”
“I am grateful for Black History Month because if it wasn’t for all of the people who risked their lives for freedom, then I wouldn’t be allowed to do many of the things that I like to do,” Cade said. “I wouldn’t be able to go to the same school as some of my classmates.
Recent history has shown that women can hold their own in combat, but discussion about allowing women to serve in all military occupational specialties continues.
For 28 years military and private security personnel have made their way from places such as Italy, Poland, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Switzerland and other locations to be a part of a renowned marksmanship competition.
The German Fasching season is in full swing. That means a lot of fun when you attend those famous meetings and assemblies of the German Fasching clubs and not to forget the balls, where you can dance the night away.
A place to mourn, remember: 1,507 names cover the Holocaust Memorial at Michelsberg Hill in Wiesbade
After months of construction, years of planning and decades of research on the fates of the members of Wiesbaden’s once flourishing Jewish community, the memorial on Michelsberg Hill at the location of the once majestic synagogue was turned over to the public.