New Soldiers arrive at USAG Ansbach, in-process

John Strader, Storck site manager, talks to incoming Soldiers Nov. 10. (U.S. Army photo by Stephen Baack, USAG Ansbach Public Affairs)

John Strader, Storck site manager, talks to incoming Soldiers Nov. 10. (U.S. Army photo by Stephen Baack, USAG Ansbach Public Affairs)

ANSBACH, Germany (Nov. 12, 2015) – U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach performed in-processing for the newly arrived Soldiers of 3rd Battalion, 227th Aviation Regiment, Friday and Tuesday at the Bunch Fitness Center at Storck Barracks.

Several garrison agencies had stations around the basketball courts of the fitness center to provide the 3-227th Soldiers, who are coming from Fort Hood, Texas, with the information they need to have a successful rotation at USAG Ansbach.

During a one-day process taking place for different groups of incoming Soldiers, Soldiers received briefings about life in the garrison, and they participated in a round-robin type in-processing. During the round-robin, Soldiers registered in the Installation Access Control System and got their ration cards and driver’s licenses. They also received important information from service providers including the American Red Cross, banking services, Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, and more.

USAG Ansbach streamlined the unit’s in-processing to ensure that Soldiers assigned to 3rd Bn., 227th Aviation Regt., are able to contribute to a strong Europe and to reassure U.S. Army Europe’s allies of the U.S.’s commitment to the collective security of NATO.


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