FORT MEADE, Md. — Soldiers can now access up to $4,000 in assistance each year to voluntarily pursue industry-recognized credentials through the new Army Credentialing Assistance Program.
As many Army employees continue to telework, the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command reminds users about cyber adversaries and the importance of keeping all information on the network safe.
COVID-19 has caused the workload of many to come to a screeching halt. For aviators at Wiesbaden Army Airfield, this is not the case as they continued missions while their flightline infrastructure received repairs.
April is nationally recognized as Child Abuse Prevention Month.
“If I can get through one person every day, somehow, someway, then I feel like I’ve done my job,” Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Smith of Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, U.S. Army Europe said.
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.