More than 20 children, ages 6 to 18 from a German children’s home, visited the U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach Dec. 1 to celebrate the holiday season.
Twenty-four cadets and students of the Ansbach Middle High School JROTC, 9th Batallion, visited northeastern France during Veterans Day weekend to learn about the Meuse-Argonne Offensive.
The annual Retiree Appreciation Day (RAD) for USAG Ansbach took place Wednesday, Oct. 17 at the Von Steuben Community Center on Bismarck Kaserne. The annual event is designed to support retirees – both active duty and civilian retirees – as well as spouses and widows of retirees, who are living in Ansbach and surrounding communities.
For two days in September, eight Soldiers from the 678th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (ADA BDE), South Carolina National Guard, participated in the Schützenschnur, or the German Armed Forces Badge for Weapons Proficiency, earning badges for excellence while also building alliances with their German counterparts.
ANSBACH, Germany – U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach (USAG Ansbach) launched…
It all goes back to a Franconian chimney sweep and an American band leader striking up an unusual friendship 36 years ago. When the two met in 1982, little did they know they were the founders of a long-lasting friendship and partnership between the city of Herrieden and the U.S. Army.
The U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach commander, Col. Steven Pierce, and subject matter experts from medical, environmental and public health arenas conducted a community town hall today to address potential concerns of community members in reference to a recent discovery of lead-based paint in some U.S. Army facilities in the United States.
An Army veteran who was stationed in Ansbach nearly 60 years ago visited his former home during a brief Germany tour with his children.
Recently a delegation of the U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach Religious Support Office visited the German Federal Language School (Bundessprachenamt) in Ellwangen and conducted a church service in English for the German students.
New “Stolpersteine” (stumbling blocks) were recently placed for former residents of Ansbach to commemorate their fate during World War II.