Because of a local national outing day Friday, July 14, several front-door services at USAG Ansbach are expected to close or to reduce services, including shuttles and many Directorate of Public Works services.
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USAG Ansbach’s Independence Day celebration is scheduled for 6 to 11:30 p.m. July 4 at the Katterbach Boardwalk at Katterbach Kaserne. This free, Family-friendly event will feature live music, amusement rides and games, a military vehicle exhibition, a beer tent and refreshments, and, of course, a fireworks show.
Child, Youth and School Services has programs this summer for your children whether they are in the kindergarten through 5th grade age or they are of middle and high school age. Both camps begin June 19.
The opportunity to travel is one of the benefits of serving overseas. Months can go into planning the perfect vacation. But there’s one step Military travelers often overlook that can end a vacation before it even starts, which can lose the Soldier thousands of dollars: having the correct passports.
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.
When returning to the U.S., there are certain foods you can bring with you and certain foods you can’t. Learn which are OK and which aren’t.
The National Commander of The American Legion Charles E. Schmidt invites all military veterans – active duty and retired – and their family members to a veterans’ benefits awareness town hall, June 1 from 9 a.m. to noon hosted by American Legion Post 1982 at their location at Katterbach Kaserne.
People moving stateside this summer may take most types of pets with them if they plan ahead.
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.
Cadets of the 9th Junior ROTC Battalion shadowed Soldiers and civilians on the job throughout U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach May 16.