Register now for the Family Advocacy Program’s Domestic Violence Intervention Training, scheduled for Oct. 2 through 6 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Von Steuben Community Center.
As a service provider organization, we are committed to providing programs and services delivered with a sense of individual pride, professionalism and in keeping with the spirit of Army values and IMCOM principles.
USAG Ansbach Child and Youth Services is scheduled to undergo a database upgrade July 17 through 21, which will allow them to improve their services for parents.
Get closer to your goals – take CLEP and DSST tests to earn college credit, promotion points, CCAF credit, or certifications and build your credentials fast.
Child, Youth and School Services has programs this summer for your children whether they are in the kindergarten through 5th grade age or they are of middle and high school age. Both camps begin June 19.
The Environmental Management Division’s environmental newsletter for June is here.
When returning to the U.S., there are certain foods you can bring with you and certain foods you can’t. Learn which are OK and which aren’t.
The Ansbach Elementary and Middle/High School will have a late start every Thursday beginning next school year as a result of curriculum changes.
The office for Vehicle Registration at Barton Barracks has begun an appointment system. Due to staffing issues, the number of appointments will be limited to 14 per day, allotting 30 minutes for each individual transaction.
The revised Army in Europe Regulation on installation access control is available now online.