WASHINGTON — More than 2,000 National Guardsmen are taking on COVID-19 as it continues to sweep the globe and safety measures ramp up, said the Army’s top official.
A Korean Soldier assists a U.S. Army Soldier donning personal protective equipment before sanitizing a COVID-19 infected area during a joint disinfecting operation in Daegu, Republic of Korea, March 13.
More than a dozen spouses, dependents and other U.S. ID cardholders attended U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden’s first Spousal Forum on Hiring March 3 at the Community Activity Center.
Army Emergency Relief began its annual fundraising campaign for 2020 during a kickoff event March 4 on Clay Kaserne.
Certain Gold Star and next-of-kin survivors are expected to find it easier to visit Army installations since a new process went into effect in January.
The Army Nurse Corps celebrated its 119th birthday on Feb. 2. The theme for 2020 is “Ready to Lead, Ready to Care since 1901.”
What does a mentor look like to you? For the student delegates that participate in the United States Student Youth Program, an annual program that gives high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to receive an in-depth view of the federal government, they see mentors from every branch of the military.
The allowance designed to offset overseas prices will increase by six index points for service members stationed in Wiesbaden beginning March 1.