ANSBACH, Germany — The U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach (USAG Ansbach)…
USAG Ansbach has started a program called Share-a-ride to help facilitate transportation to destinations outside regular scheduled bus routes or bus cancellations.
A potentially dangerous caterpillar species was recently discovered all over USAG Ansbach territory. Community members are reminded to stay away from the caterpillars and the nests, as they are considered a pest hazardous to the health of humans and animals. USAG Ansbach has hired pest control professionals to safely remove the nests.
USAG Ansbach has completed its routine Legionella bacteria testing of community facilities and housing. Tests conducted by a certified lab contractor show that no location in the USAG Ansbach community requires corrective action.
ANSBACH, Germany – U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach recently conducted routine…
A home-based business can be many things – selling aroma candles, kitchen containers or skin care products. Whatever your preference, you have to follow German and military policies for your home-based business.
U.S. personnel must get a “Permit to Transfer” when selling or giving a USAREUR-plated vehicle to a non-ID cardholder in Germany. Failure to get the permit could lead to serious complications with German customs authorities.
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ANSBACH, Germany – The USAG Ansbach SHARP Office is running…
Sewer and road construction on Katterbach Kaserne will start mid-February and last until the end of December 2018.