Troops and families arriving new to country are required to self-isolate and shelter in place for a minimum of two weeks in assigned quarters, before they can start the usual routine. USAG Ansbach has come up with a system of support services to make the Restriction of Movement (ROM) as easy as possible for the new arrivals.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, more people have turned to video-teleconferencing to stay in touch. The increase in video-conferencing browsing trends has garnered the attention of hackers who are looking for innovative ways to infiltrate computer software systems.
The Army’s ALERT! notifies service members, Army civilians and their families during a crisis. MWNS operators, for example, can issue alerts in the event of an active shooter, inclement weather or any other event requiring immediate notification.
Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, certain veterans received access to Commissary and Exchange services, including those in Germany.
Force Protection Condition (FPCON) levels have five echelons – Normal, Alpha (A), Bravo (B), Charlie (C) and Delta (D).
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.
Installation Management Command-Europe (IMCOM-E) Air-Conditioning (AC) Policy.
The DPW Work Order Division has moved to Katterbach Kaserne,…