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Post office employees Elem Thomas, Daniel De Leon, John Lunkenheimer and Rudolph Rodolfo unload the mail truck. The mail truck arrives every workday between 2 and 3 p.m. The employees work together on getting the mail in and sorted as fast as possible.

A day at the Post Office

Post Office staff process around 8,600 pieces of mail every day, which takes approximately seven to nine hours when fully staffed, said U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Postmaster Carolyn Johnson.

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Trick-or-treating hours will run from 6 to 8 p.m. in all housing areas. Trick-or-treating is limited to the exterior of buildings, and trick-or-treaters should not enter stairwells in multi-family units.

Safety is focus during Halloween activities

Trick-or-treating in the Aukamm Housing Area is a draw for the resident ghouls and goblins as well as the host nation neighbors.

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Sprucing up the neighborhood

Self-help, service orders
important for maintaining “Our Home in Germany”

To ensure all leaves are in their proper place on the ground for pick-up, fall clean up is scheduled a bit later this year, the week of Dec. 2-6.

October 16, 2019 ×
Sarayuth Pinthong /U.S. Air Force
Lt. Col. Eric Palicia, an engineer with U.S. Army Europe headquarters, competes in the Inter-Service Alpha Warrior competition Sept. 14, 2019, at the Alpha Warrior Proving Grounds, Selma, Texas. Palicia placed first in the Army and second in the overall competition.

Wiesbaden Soldier takes 1st in Army, 2nd overall in Alpha Warrior competition

Wiesbaden Soldier earns top spot among Army competitors and second place overall in Alpha Warrior Inter-Service Battle Sept. 14, 2019, in San Antonio.

September 20, 2019 ×
National Preparedness Month – USAG Wiesbaden

National Preparedness Month – USAG Wiesbaden

WHEREAS, this September marks the 17th anniversary of the tragic…

September 18, 2019 ×
Family Child Care Provider Janell Smith cares for children at her home on Clay Kaserne. Smith, who has three children of her own, said working as an FCC provider has made her a better parent.

Family Child Care offers portable career, paid training

Karl Weisel  USAG Wiesbaden Family and MWR “It has made…

September 18, 2019 ×
A U.S. service member is treated with electro acupuncture as an adjunctive treatment for chronic knee pain and to assist with rehabilitation. Treatments like acupuncture, to manage pain, will soon be more readily available at military treatment facilities.
Rebecca Westfall/
U.S. Army Medical Command

Changes ahead for pain treatment

Dr. (Capt.) Joshua Davis Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic War hurts,…

September 18, 2019 ×

Button batteries dangerous if swallowed

Dr. (Maj.) Erika Petrik Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic People may…

September 18, 2019 ×