Spring is in the air, and as temperatures start to rise, we aren’t the only ones coming out of hibernation. Spring also lends itself to the return of ticks and tick-borne illnesses.
By DeCA Corporate Communications FORT LEE, Va. (January 20, 2018)…
The Transition Assistance Program (TAP) provides information, tools, and training to ensure service members, DoD civilians, and family members are prepared for the next step in civilian life, whether it be additional education, finding a job in the public sector, or starting their own business.
Europe is home to many agricultural pests that are not found in the United States and soil is a natural hideout for them. Personnel assigned to Europe must remember to clean anything that collects dirt before they send it stateside. These pests can cause great damage to the U.S. farming economy.
Due to the persistent threat of terrorism, the U.S. government restricts travel by U.S. government personnel to certain areas in southeast Turkey and limits the activities of U.S. government personnel and their family members while in Istanbul and Adana.
Think before you post! Remember, information shared over social media could become public at any time due to hacking, configuration errors, social engineering or the business practice of selling/sharing user data.
By Robert Szostek, USAREUR Customs PAO Wiesbaden, Germany – German…
As the Department of Defense’s military exchange services prepare to welcome potentially 13 million honorably discharged Veterans back to their military families this coming Veteran’s Day, VetVerify.org has launched to confirm eligibility to receive the benefit of lifelong military exchange online shopping.
Staff Sgt. Brendan Hagens and Spc. Lillian Lewis are the U.S. Army Installation Management Command’s 2017 Noncommissioned Officer of the Year and Soldier of the Year.
With so much to do throughout Europe during the warm weather, it’s important not to forget individual and family protective measures.