The U.S. Army has ended funding toward its tax center program, prompting U.S. Army Europe’s Judge Advocate to discontinue its centrally managed tax centers across U.S. Army installations in Europe.
After eight months of efforts and initiatives across the Army to improve housing conditions, residents of U.S. Army family housing will have another chance to rate the quality of housing and housing services in 2019 as the Army prepares to launch two more surveys.
Personnel from Mihail Kogalniceanu (MK) Airbase Romania and Novo Selo Training Area Bulgaria, which comprise Army Support Activity – Black Sea, recently attended a team-building event conducted in MK Airbase, hosted by USAG Ansbach.
As people spend more time outdoors, so do many insects and pests. Among those are ticks, which can carry several potentially serious diseases.
By Amy Stork USAG Ansbach Public Affairs The Ansbach Army…
The Ansbach & Katterbach Exchange’s quick-serve restaurants and Express are open for anyone with installation access to dine-in or pick up grab-and-go fare as long as the items are consumed on the installation.
The Army community and American public now have the ability to use their computers and smartphones to submit tips about crimes, suspicious activity or threats to the U.S. Army’s Criminal Investigation Command (CID) via a new digital crime tips system.
People scheduled to move to the states should start preparing by separating things that are banned from import and finding new homes for them.
It is also a good idea to apply early for import permits on restricted items, customs officials advise.
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service fuel card allows U.S. personnel to fill their vehicles with tax-free fuel in Germany. Some individuals make illegal transactions by selling or giving part of their rations to people who are not authorized to have a fuel card. Abuse of the fuel card can lead to hefty fines from German customs authorities and a loss of driving privileges from the U.S. side.
The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command’s Computer Crime Investigative Unit (CCIU) continues to caution the Army community to be on the lookout for all types of “sextortion scams” where criminals will use any dishonest method to make contact with potential victims and then attempt to blackmail them.