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Because of a local national outing day Friday, July 14, several front-door services at USAG Ansbach are expected to close or to reduce services, including shuttles and many Directorate of Public Works services.
The University of Maryland University College has added a new late-summer class. Register by July 9.
With some advance planning, wine connoisseurs can still enjoy their favorite European vintages when they move to their new stateside homes.
This weekend the Ansbach Provost Marshal Office is scheduled to conduct early morning Safety Compliance Checkpoints at the Katterbach Main Gate between 1 and 4 a.m. Friday through Monday.
USAG Ansbach’s Independence Day celebration is scheduled for 6 to 11:30 p.m. July 4 at the Katterbach Boardwalk at Katterbach Kaserne. This free, Family-friendly event will feature live music, amusement rides and games, a military vehicle exhibition, a beer tent and refreshments, and, of course, a fireworks show.
The National Commander of The American Legion Charles E. Schmidt invites all military veterans – active duty and retired – and their family members to a veterans’ benefits awareness town hall, June 1 from 9 a.m. to noon hosted by American Legion Post 1982 at their location at Katterbach Kaserne.
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.
U.S. Army’s letter on May 7 through 13 as Public Service Recognition Week, signed by Robert M. Speer, acting secretary of the Army, Gen. Mark A. Milley, chief of staff of the Army, and Command Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey.
A joint promotion ceremony took place May 8 at a Katterbach Army Airfield hangar here, during which a one-star general promoted her two sons (one in the Air Force and one in the Army) to the rank of captain.