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Members of Army Community Service, the Commander’s Ready and Resilient Council Family/Social Working Group, the Sergeant Morales Club and the 66th Military Intelligence Brigade bagged 1,500 food items, filling 11 carts in support of the Holiday Assistance Program Oct. 24 at the Wiesbaden Commissary. The contents of the bags will be purchased by customers and used in the Army Community Service Holiday Assistance Baskets.

Community makes sure holidays are bright for all

Volunteers from Army Community Service, the Commander’s Ready and Resilient…

November 3, 2020 ×
(From left) Ron Vitiello, U.S. Army Europe Equal Employment Opportunity director; Col. Mario A. Washington, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden commander; Brent O’Brien, USAG Wiesbaden Equal Employment Opportunity officer; Sgt. 1st Class Shannon Wyatt, USAG Wiesbaden Equal Opportunity advisor; and Mission Command Center employee Rob Donner cut the ribbon Oct. 26, 2020, to officially inaugurate the new elevator in front of the MCC on Clay Kaserne.

Garrison inaugurates MCC elevator

U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden officially inaugurated the newly constructed outside…

October 28, 2020 ×
The Landis children wade in the water. Photo provided by Jordyn Landis.

Living in Germany: Fresh Air in the Cold and Wet Months

To stay healthy and enjoy the upcoming colder and wetter…

October 26, 2020 ×
Keeping up with the different measures implemented to contain the COVID-19 virus can be hard. It seems like every state, city and county have released their own set of restrictions, resulting in a patchwork of different rules and regulations; leaving people confused and frustrated.  As an example, on the way from Wiesbaden to Frankfurt, a traveler faces three different sets of rules and regulations.

Corona regulations in Germany; why it’s so hard keeping up

Keeping up with the different measures implemented to contain the…

October 23, 2020 ×
Get your flu shot vaccine sign badge with blue syringe stamp icon. Vector illustration.

UPDATE! Clinic, CDC: Flu shots more important than ever this year

“Flu vaccination is the easiest and No. 1 way to protect our community and the ones that you love.”

October 22, 2020 ×
WIESBADEN, Germany – Martiza Marin, systems navigator for the Exceptional Family Member Program and workshop leader, begins the “Make and Take IEP Binder Workshop” Sept. 30 at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden by explaining the difference between Individualized Education Plans and 504 plans. (Photo by Lisa Bishop.)

Workshop provides parents with resources, support for IEP process

WIESBADEN, Germany –The Exceptional Family Member Program’s “Make and Take IEP Binder Workshop” Sept. 30 at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden provided resources to parents whose children have Individualized Education Plans.

October 7, 2020 ×
WIESBADEN, Germany – Col. Mario Washington, garrison commander, begins the all-hands meeting by reviewing upcoming priorities at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Sept. 25. (Photo by Volker Ramspott/TSAE).

Quarterly all-hands meeting leverages virtual platform

WIESBADEN, Germany – To reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19, the U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden held its quarterly all-hands meeting using an online virtual platform Sept. 25.

October 7, 2020 ×
Sgt. Cynthia Tornes, 1-214th; Command Sgt. Maj. Robert Abernethy, U.S. Army Europe; and Command Sgt. Maj. Christopher Truchon, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden, cut a ribbon Sept. 25 to officially open the newly-renovated day room in the Bldg. 1206 barracks on Clay Kaserne. (Photo by Emily Jennings)

USAG Wiesbaden barracks day room renovated

Flooring was replaced, walls painted, art hung and couches, a table, TV, foosball table and pool table were added.

September 29, 2020 ×