Ever wondered why your military identification card and orders assigning you to Germany are so important to border control when entering Germany? Or if you are a dependent accompanying a service member, ever wondered why you have a multi-lingual stamp in your official passport with information about entry and exit into Germany?
The USAG Ansbach FES is hosting a series of events in support of this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety.”
Moving to Germany this summer? Make sure you have your Special Issuance Passport in hand, or a memo stating you’ve applied for one. (Update: edited to change “official passport” to “Special Issuance Passport” to mirror the FCG language).
Ansbach military community members now have an additional, voluntary means of proving vaccination status with the free ‘CovPass’ or ‘Corona Warn’ apps published by the Robert Koch Institute, Germany’s equivalent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Oak processionary moth caterpillars are a tree defoliating pest that pose health risks to humans and pets in their larval stages. While touching an oak processionary moth caterpillar is most likely not life threatening, it can be extremely painful.
The Army’s ALERT! notifies service members, Army civilians and their families during a crisis. MWNS operators, for example, can issue alerts in the event of an active shooter, inclement weather or any other event requiring immediate notification.
Force Protection Condition (FPCON) levels have five echelons – Normal, Alpha (A), Bravo (B), Charlie (C) and Delta (D).
Inclement weather phenomena like snow, ice, rain and fog are part of the fall and winter season in Southern Germany. Making sure community members are safe to navigate roads and walkways is a main concern for USAG Ansbach.
Installation Management Command-Europe (IMCOM-E) Air-Conditioning (AC) Policy.
The DPW Work Order Division has moved to Katterbach Kaserne,…