The U.S. Army has ended funding toward its tax center program, prompting U.S. Army Europe’s Judge Advocate to discontinue its centrally managed tax centers across U.S. Army installations in Europe.
STUTTGART, Germany — U.S. European Command and the Department of the Army will begin the largest deployment of U.S.-based forces to Europe for an exercise in more than 25 years.
The Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic encouraged smokers to quit for one day, as part of the Great American Smokeout. Getting through one day without using tobacco can motivate someone to get through two days, then three days and more.
More than 14,000 retirees from all branches of the U.S. armed forces, along with an additional 2,000 widows and widowers, live in Europe. More than 350 of those retirees and their family members attended Retiree Appreciation Day Oct. 26 at U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden to learn more about the services available to them.
WASHINGTON — After eight months of efforts and initiatives across the Army to improve housing conditions, residents of U.S. Army family housing will have another chance to rate the quality of housing and housing services in 2019 as the Army has launched two more surveys — one on Army-owned and -leased housing, and one on privatized housing.
U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden conducted its routine, annual water testing for Legionella from Nov. 12 through 21. Approximately 150 facilities — those with showers — were tested.
Matt Murcin, the U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Army Substance Abuse Program manager, recently sat down with three community members to talk to them about getting a DUI and what led up to their choice to drink and drive. To protect their privacy, the community members are not identified by their real names.