Military News

Everyone plays role in anti-terrorism detection

Everyone plays role in anti-terrorism detection

The Army Antiterrorism Program employs defensive measures to protect all service members, civilian employees, contractors, Family members, information and facilities from terrorism.

April 19, 2018 ×
Capt. Jaymon Bell/12th CABSgt. 1st Class Desmond Schultz, a helicopter repairer, production control non-commissioned officer in charge, from Delta Company, 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, moves a UH-60A-L plus model Black Hawk helicopter inside an Air Force C-17, March 7, at Wiesbaden Army Airfield. The UH-60M is an improved model over the UH-60 A/L (alpha plus model) that 1st Bn., 214th Avn. Regt. had in the past.

Air Force delivers new Black Hawks to 12th CAB

The 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, 12th Combat Aviation Brigade received three UH-60M (mike model) Black Hawk helicopters March 7 at the Clay Kaserne airfield.

April 19, 2018 ×
New program for spouses, by spouses

New program for spouses, by spouses

Orientation includes free child care, tour, post info

April 19, 2018 ×

Barracks management passes back to units

A new housing initiative for unaccompanied Soldiers harkens back to previous barracks programs and will move the day-to-day operations of barracks management back to the unit level.

April 19, 2018 ×

Communication key to care on, off post

The Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic Patient Centered Medical Home is accredited by The Joint Commission.

March 29, 2018 ×
Training covers parenting tips, abuse prevention

Training covers parenting tips, abuse prevention

Many people can think of a situation where they wanted to intervene and help, but didn’t want to get involved or be nosy. When it comes to child abuse and domestic violence, garrison leaders urge community members to call police if they see or hear something concerning.

March 29, 2018 ×

Your protection begins with you

Personal and Family protective measures Festivals, markets and public events…

March 29, 2018 ×

Pet owners should be aware of local laws

Anyone who’s brought a pet overseas has already jumped through several hoops — making sure they’re microchipped and vaccinated, obtaining a health certificate and complying with airline regulations. But once here, there are still some things pet owners must take care of and some laws to be aware of.

March 29, 2018 ×