Operation Deploy the Prom provided Wiesbaden High School students with a chance to receive free formal attire May 16 at the Club Beyond Youth Chapel on U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Hainerberg.
A German looks back on WWII, D-Day and the U.S. Army’s support
Making physical, mental and spiritual health a priority can help those struggling with the stresses of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Any device that has been touched should be sanitized before handling. This includes cell phones, smart devices, keyboards, laptops, mice and touch screens.
Social distancing recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are now in place across the nation in response to COVID-19. It’s understandable that during this time, people may experience increased anxiety and stress levels as they limit social interactions and spend long stretches of time at home.
Community members have been washing hands, wearing masks and keeping their distance in public places in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Ask the adults associated with this year’s graduating class, and they’ll praise the students and the community that supports them.
Once a day, the Wiesbaden Army Airfield gets an unusual visitor. A blue and white helicopter can be seen hovering over different areas of Clay Kaserne for a few minutes, before flying away again.