About 250 Soldiers of the 1st Armored Division Combat Aviation Brigade, “Iron Eagles,” from Fort Bliss, Texas, arrived here, April 26, at Albrecht Dürer Airport.
The Army is transitioning to a new single-portal Department of Defense website designed to make it easier for Soldiers to find the child care they need.
Significant developments in one’s career can come from unlikely places. For one Soldier, a community recreation program gave him growth opportunities far beyond what he had imagined.
Three Soldiers finished among the top 10 runners in America while leading All-Army to the men’s and women’s team titles in the 2016 Armed Forces Cross Country Championships, Feb. 6, in Bend, Oregon.
Paratroopers from 4th Battalion, 319th Field Artillery Regiment (Airborne), 173rd Airborne Brigade, conducted more than 200 airborne proficiency jumps from two UH-60L Black Hawk helicopters from 3rd Battalion, 227th Aviation Regiment, Task Force Spearhead Feb. 18, 2016, at Bunker drop-zone Grafenwoehr, Germany.
An aviation task force made up of elements from 1st Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment, 12th Combat Aviation Brigade, from U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach, and 3rd Battalion, 227th Aviation Regiment, 1st Air Cavalry Brigade, from Fort Hood, Texas, provided attack, assault and medical evacuation support to exercise Allied Spirit at Hohenfels Training Area, Germany, Jan. 10 through Feb. 5.
Installation Management Command – Europe welcomed its new command sergeant major and bid farewell to his predecessor during a change-of-responsibility ceremony held at Sembach, Germany, Jan. 12.
The U.S. Army Europe counterintelligence division has officially released a new smartphone application to facilitate the “if you see something, say something” reporting process for service members, civilians, contractors and Family members in Europe.
Both Soldiers and federal employees will receive a 1.3 percent pay raise beginning in January, funded by a consolidated Appropriations Act passed by Congress and signed by the president, Dec. 18.
As Soldiers and their families prepare for the holiday season, the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, commonly referred to as CID, warns that posting travel plans on social media sites makes your home vulnerable to burglary.