The USAG Ansbach FES is hosting a series of events in support of this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety.”
E-Scooters were finally authorized for use on German roads. Important rules apply for riding an e-scooter on German roads.
A U.S. volunteer fire chief from a small town in Ohio, took the opportunity to train with his German counter parts at the IMCOM-E Fire Fighting Training Center while deployed with his National Guard unit to Ansbach
USAG Ansbach fire fighters shuttle almost three quarters of a million liters of water to major fire off post
The collaboration between the U.S. Army and the host nation fire departments in Franconia has a long tradition. During the night of April 28, host nation authorities called upon the USAG Ansbach fire department when a major fire broke out in a recycling plant in the city of Rothenburg o. d. Tauber.
Wildlife crosses roads mostly in the evening and early morning hours, often close to stretches of forests and fields. They do not understand the speed of a vehicle and will not wait for a car to pass before they try to cross the road.
The COVID-19 Pandemic presents cybercriminals with a way to combine both into a dangerous one-two punch. The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command warns the Army community that some phishing campaigns prey on would-be victims’ fear, while others capitalize on the opportunity created by hot topics in the news cycle.
Inclement weather phenomena like snow, ice, rain and fog are part of the fall and winter season in Southern Germany. Making sure community members are safe to navigate roads and walkways is a main concern for USAG Ansbach.
September is National Preparedness Month
Fire Prevention Week is observed Oct. 8 – 12; USAG Ansbach’s Fire Departments has scheduled many educational and fun events for community members of all ages throughout the week of Oct. 8 – 12, highlighting the importance of fire safety and prevention.
More than 36 children die in overheated cars every year in the United States, more than 600 deaths since 1998. More than half of those who left children alone in vehicles did so unknowingly.