A few holidays, both German and U.S. federal, are set to take place during May, which will necessitate schedule changes for several on-post services.
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Nearly 140 German and American students gathered April 25 at Soldiers Lake for U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach’s combined Earth Day and Arbor Day celebration and outdoor workshop.
Story by William Bradner (IMCOM Public Affairs) – The Interactive…
The Installation Safety Office is scheduled to hold a motorcycle safety rally and ride Friday, May 5.
For deployed service members at Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base, Romania, an Easter Sunday service at sunrise helped to retain a special link to loved ones far away.
The U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach Safety Office provides Consumer Product Safety Commission recalls as a service for the community.
CONSTRUCTION: DPW parking lot at Bismarck Kaserne to close during road construction April 18 through June 9
Construction on the road immediately south of Bismarck Kaserne Bldg. 5843C, which accesses the Directorate of Public Works parking lot, is scheduled for April 18 through June 9.
Families at U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach will soon have access to a new Department of Defense website, which is designed to simplify and improve the process for requesting child care.
Shuttles run Mondays through Fridays. Shuttles do not run on…
Water is not a scarce commodity here in Germany. The annual water extraction is only approximately 17 percent, which means that 83 percent of the available water supply is not used. The public drinking water supply in Germany comes 70 percent from ground and spring water, 13 percent from dams, sea or river water, and the remaining 17 percent from surface waters.