In the past few weeks, a new application may have appeared on computer desktops. On Dec. 8, the 67th Cyber Wing deployed Virtual Enterprise Service Desk on computers throughout U.S. Air Forces in Europe.
Key leaders from U.S. Army Europe and the 21st Theater Sustainment Command welcomed eight new members to a prestigious noncommissioned officer leadership organization during a jam-packed ceremony Jan. 7 at Armstrong’s Club on Vogelweh.
The convenience of a Government Travel Charge Card is it can ease the transition to a new duty station or assist during a temporary duty assignment in a different country, but if left unattended, that convenience could hurt your wallet and career.
With the U.S. Army’s European Rotational Force in full swing and units continually rotating throughout Europe to train and work with allied partners, it is the responsibility of the Army Field Support Battalion-Germany, 405th Army Field Support Brigade, 21st Theater Sustainment Command to make sure the equipment Soldiers will work with are ready and operational.
Air Force officials are accepting nominations for the 2015 American Legion Spirit of Service Award.
JAN. 15 7:30 a.m.: A major traffic accident with injuries was reported in Trippstadt. 12:47 p.m.: An unlawful entry was reported on Einsiedlerhof Air Station. 3:30 p.m.: A minor traffic accident caused by a motorist without a U.S. Army Europe license was reported in Kaiserslautern. JAN. 16 6:21 a.m.: A major traffic accident was […]
German Polizei was called to an incident in a forest area between Obermohr-Reuschbach and Fockenberg-Limbach shortly before the holidays. The hunter (game lessee) in charge of that area noticed several American youth away from the regular forest paths wearing fatigues and armed with a variety of long weapons. Police noted […]
Executing the mission efficiently is key in maximizing capabilities of Air Force members. Airmen from the 86th Force Support Squadron have done just that by revamping their TV update process.
Mission readiness goes far beyond just being prepared in the workplace for the call of duty. The senior leader speed mentoring seminar on Dec. 16 reminded me of how service members can accomplish this in their daily lives.
Living in Germany and traveling throughout Europe is a great opportunity for Airmen and their families to experience new cultures and historic landscapes. As welcomed guests in Germany, it is our responsibility to understand and follow German policies and laws.