The German-American and International Women
Archive for January, 2010
The 405th Army Field Support Brigade completed operations Jan. 18 in
support of U.S. Agency for International Development emergency relief
efforts in Haiti.
The Boys & Girls Clubs at the Ramstein School-Age Program announced
the launch of a community-wide recycling and energy conservation
A change in German vehicle registration procedures will alter the look
of U.S. Army Europe license plates in Germany beginning this month,
U.S. Army Europe Office of the Provost Marshal officials announced.
“How John Haldeman helped me” narratives have echoed throughout the community for the past 23 years. Mr. Haldeman is U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern’s Military Personnel Division chief, who is responsible for passports, ID cards, officer and enlisted records and reassignments, in- and out-processing, promotions and as he likes to say, […]
Veterans Affairs Department officials are beginning the process of
recovering advance payments made available during the fall 2009
semester to veterans and servicemembers who applied for education
Recycling might come as a shock to some when they first arrive in
Germany, but the Ramstein Recycling Center has many ways to help make
it a smooth transition.
To help make the recycling experience a little bit easier, one man
sifts through the garbage and helps all customers who pass through the
gates of the recycling center.
Officials Defense Travel Management Office recently announced that U.S.
servicemembers in Germany will see a 6 to 10 percent overseas cost of
living allowance drop in their January end-of-month paychecks as the
result of changes to OCOLA that took effect Jan. 16.