ANSBACH, Germany (Sept. 8, 2017) – The U.S. Army Garrison…
With so much to do throughout Europe during the warm weather, it’s important not to forget individual and family protective measures.
More than 36 children die in overheated cars every year in the United States. Since 1998 there have been more than 600 deaths. Here are some tips to keep in mind from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
With spring comes the greater possibility of lightning and thunderstorms. If thunder roars, go indoors, because no place outside is safe when lightning is in the area. Stay indoors until 30 minutes have passed after hearing the last clap of thunder.
Under the guidance of the Installation Safety Office, U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach community members rode out on their motorcycles for a safety rally and ride May 5, 2017.
Venturing out onto an ice-covered body of water is always dangerous, and can easily be deadly.
Follow these steps before and while you drive in snowy weather and you’ll be ahead of the game.
The weather in central Europe may be foggy any time of the year, but most commonly fog settles over Germany during the fall and winter months. Here are a few tips on staying safe if you must drive in the fog.
Helicopter crew mounts high-tension powerlines at Oberdachstetten Training Area with ‘bird diverters’
A commercial helicopter flew above the Oberdachstetten Training Area recently to install custom aviation obstruction markers on high-tension power lines.
Never underestimate the dangers of winter. Read these tips to stay safe when the thermometer drops.