Frequently asked questions on paying German traffic tickets (Administrative Fines or Bussgeldbescheid in German).
Archive for October, 2013
Many children may fantasize of being surrounded by life-size plush animals and teddy bears.
Fiscal 2013 was the Army’s safest year to date, according to end-of-year data recently released by the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center.
Even if you are unfamiliar with the term tinnitus, many of you may have experienced this distracting ringing, buzzing, clicking, roaring or rushing sound in the ears at one time or another.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is advising consumers to stop using OxyElite Pro, a dietary supplement, because of suspected links to acute hepatitis.
Halloween at USAG Stuttgart.
In the year 2013, with an African-American currently serving a second term as president of the United States, one might forget that people who personally experienced and participated in the American civil rights movement during the 1950s and 1960s are still alive today.
A rifle detail from Marine Corps Forces Europe and Marine Corps Forces Africa fire three volleys during the Oct. 23 memorial service at the Panzer Chapel. The Oct. 23, 1983, bombing in Beirut killed 241 U.S. service members and 58 French paratroopers. A Marine color guard from Marine Corps…
Q: My German neighbor was surprised to learn I don’t have liability insurance. What is this and how does it work in Germany?
J.R. Ladwig (from left, the Kelley banking center supervisor, escorts AFRICOM Commander Gen. David M. Rodriguez on a tour through the renovated Community Bank in Building 3312 on Kelley Barracks after a ribbon cutting ceremony Oct. 18. The 3,014 square feet expanded facility features a larger lobby/teller area for its…
The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, commonly referred to as CID, is warning the greater Army community about the potential dangers of using non-Defense Department sanctioned applications to access Defense Finance Accounting Services accounts.
You live amongst a web of deceit. In the last 24 hours, in a world where nearly eight billion computers, smart phones and other assorted devices are connected to the Internet, almost 300 billion emails were sent. On average, most people receive about 80 emails a day, and 60 to…