What can U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach community members do to…
Ansbach Military News
Each year on Sept. 1, thousands of recent school graduates in Germany start their professional career by entering a “Duale Ausbildung,” dual vocational training program. U.S. Army Garrison (USAG) Ansbach is hosting two host-nation school graduates to undergo dual vocational training program at the garrison for the first time in known history.
IMCOM ‘Be Strong’ program recently awarded USAG Ansbach’s ACS and FMWR a grant to support Readiness & Resiliency. Soldiers from the Ansbach military community completed their classes and took a trip to France.
Many have already heard that Germany is considering rationing electricity and natural gas this fall and winter due to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. How will this affect the U.S. Army community in Ansbach?
After two years of cancellations, the association for military local history (Verein für militärische Heimatgeschichte Frankenhöhe e.V.), a host nation association of former Bundeswehr and U.S. Army Soldiers, German reservists, and friends of military history, welcomed visitors to the Muna Museum at Frankenkaserne June 12.
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U.S. Army Garrison (USAG) Ansbach and the City of Ansbach hosted the final of three speaker series events May 13 at the Karlshalle in downtown Ansbach with a discussion on the future of the transatlantic partnership.
In a large exercise with almost 400 participants, the Unterstützungskommando (USK) of the Middle Franconian police force, and police units from all of Northern Bavaria, conducted training May 17 at the U.S. Army Garrison (USAG) Ansbach’s Oberdachstetten Training Area. USAG Ansbach community members participated as riot role players.
U.S. Army Garrison (USAG) Ansbach and the City of Ansbach hosted the second of three Speaker Series events April 21 with a discussion about the role of Army aviation in Germany and NATO at Hangar 2 on Katterbach Kaserne.
Service members must ensure their spouses have proper documentation when entering the States.