Community members can get up-to-date, official communication on the coronavirus, or COVID-19, as well as other emergencies and news that relates to U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden by verifying their contact information in Alert, adding the garrison website to their favorites, liking the garrison on Facebook and tuning in to AFN.
When the Gulf War began, SanDee Eisenberg, an American living in Hochheim, felt compelled to reach out and help American families in any way she could.
Wiesbaden firefighter Christian Schipper was selected Civilian Firefighter of the Year for Installation Management Command-Europe. He received the award for his commitment to the self-contained breathing apparatus shop at the Wiesbaden Fire Department on Clay Kaserne and will go on to compete at the IMCOM level.
Wiesbaden Middle School and Hainerberg Elementary School students participated in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance Jan. 16 in Tony Bass Auditorium on Clay Kaserne.
Personnel with a common access card and a “.mil” email address should verify their contact information is updated in the Alert! Mass Warning Notification System. To check, users should go to the Alert! icon at the bottom right of their work computer screen.
Medal of Honor recipient retired Army Master Sgt. Leroy Petry visited U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden along with five other wounded warriors for a meet and greet Jan. 13 at the Mission Command Center on Clay Kaserne.
After recent vehicle break-ins in the Crestview housing area, all residents living off post are reminded to stay vigilant, but not to approach suspects.
Generally, reporting delays or closures are made early in the morning. Official weather reports are received around 11 p.m. and 4 a.m.