A sputtering U.S. economy means many teens are jobless this summer.
Crime doesn’t take vacations.
During a short ceremony June 28, Col. Sean P. Swindell, the 10th
Special Forces Group commander, honored both Operational Detachment
0116 and the Service Detachment of 1st Battalion 10th Special Forces
Group (Airborne) with the Larry Thorne Award for being the best
detachments in the Group throughout 2009.
Army Families deal with unique challenges associated with military life, especially when it comes to relocation.
Gen. Ham encourages service members, spouses to provide open, honest feedback
Entomologists at the U.S. Army Public Health Command Region-Europe are reporting an early season for ticks this year.
Though the risk of being bitten by a tick during normal outdoor
activities on military installations is low, the risk of encountering a
tick increases as people and pets get further off paved trails and
mowed parks into tall grass and brushy vegetation.
Lyme disease (known as Lyme borreliosis in Europe) is the most frequent tick-borne disease in Europe.
Social networks have redefined friendship and the way we connect to each other. Face-to-face meetings have given way to Facebook. In fact, if you have a Facebook account (only one of 3,750-plus social networking sites) you are a citizen of the fourth largest “country” in the world. According to…
People can run into bad luck while they are on the road and become
legitimate candidates for charity. Unfortunately, others are simply up
to no good, warn officials at the U.S. Army Europe Office of the
“With the onset of summer, we again expect to see cases of people
trying to defraud Americans on the road in Europe,” said Lt. Col. Shawn
J. Kelley, USAREUR OPM law enforcement chief.
Col. Carl D. Bird will replace Col. Richard M. Pastore as commanding
officer of U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart during a change of command
ceremony scheduled for July 19.
Mail room patrons on Kelley Barracks can now check their mailbox and mail items at the same place: the Postal Service Center.
The Kelley PSC opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 14. Before
the PSC opened, taking care of mail on Kelley used to require two
stops: the post office, on the first floor of Building 3312, and
community mail room on the second floor. Now the post office adjoins
As the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management, one of the most important duties I have is overseeing the Army Family Action Plan process. AFAP is the Army’s grass roots effort in that Soldiers, civilians, families and retirees identify and elevate significant quality of life issues affecting the Army…
Patch High School sent its 31st class out into the world June 10.