Follow these steps before and while you drive in snowy weather and you’ll be ahead of the game.
The weather in central Europe may be foggy any time of the year, but most commonly fog settles over Germany during the fall and winter months. Here are a few tips on staying safe if you must drive in the fog.
Helicopter crew mounts high-tension powerlines at Oberdachstetten Training Area with ‘bird diverters’
A commercial helicopter flew above the Oberdachstetten Training Area recently to install custom aviation obstruction markers on high-tension power lines.
Never underestimate the dangers of winter. Read these tips to stay safe when the thermometer drops.
During the holidays, household pets may visit the table to beg for scraps, and the USAG Ansbach Veterinary Treatment Facility wants your four-legged Family members to be safe.
Black ice is dangerous because it’s invisible, but you can protect yourself by understanding and knowing how to deal it.
The cooler days of fall bring unique challenges: fog, shorter daylight hours, frost or black ice and falling leaves, which increase the risk of vehicle accidents and slips, trips and falls. Whether your plans for the weekend involves extended traveling or staying at home on post don’t relax your safety vigilance and allow an accident to ruin your holiday.
School is back in session, both for German schools off post and U.S. schools on post, and it is important for children, parents, and motorists to remember safety and security at student drop-off and pick-up locations.
In the past week there have been two traffic collisions at the Katterbach/Bismarck crossover point of Highway B14, both of which are under investigation.
U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach community members can report safety hazards to the installation Safety Office with a newly revised fillable form.