Author: USAG Bavaria Public Affairs

WANTED: Intelligence Analysts at Grafenwoehr Counterintelligence Field Office

Grafenwoehr, Germany – The U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria Grafenwoehr Counterintelligence Field Office, the GFO, offers two six-month internship positions for experienced enlisted Intelligence Analysts.   To support its mission of US Army Counterintelligence in Europe, the GFO looks for two Mid-Level All-Source Analysts (35F) with a focus on the European…

May 15th, 2018 News, Safety & Security Bytes

Cute pets can cash in on Exchange contests

  AAFES NEWS RELEASE   GRAFENWOEHR, Germany – Cute canines, cats, canaries and other beloved pets can finally make their adorable looks pay off in two separate contests.   Army & Air Force Exchange Service shoppers can bring their pets or come see the Annual Patriot Pet Show competition and enjoy…

May 1st, 2018 Health & Lifestyle, News

Grafenwoehr Exchange supports readiness, resiliency

  AAFES NEWS RELEASE   GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — As the Department of Defense shifts its focus to personnel readiness, Soldiers in U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria can count on the Army & Air Force Exchange Service to have their six.   At the Exchange and ShopMyExchange.com, Soldiers and their families can equip…

April 24th, 2018 Health & Lifestyle, News

One Community Road closed April 16-30

  GRAFENWOEHR, Germany ─ One Community Road will be partially closed April 16 to 30 for necessary emergency repairs.   Personally owned vehicles and non-tactical vehicles will not be allowed between Gate 4 and Rose Barracks Gate 2 during this time. All POV and NTV traffic should take the off-post…

April 11th, 2018 News, Safety & Security Bytes

3 reasons to go to the European Theater Transition Summit

    GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — U.S. Army Garrisons Bavaria and Rheinland Pfalz are hosting European Theater Transition Summits March 26-27 and March 28-29.   Organized by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Hiring Our Heroes Foundation, the events are focused on helping service members, veterans and military spouses build skills and…

March 9th, 2018 Health & Lifestyle, News

Sun interference causes AFN TV and radio outages Feb 25-Mar 7

  By Staff Sgt. Ben Burgess, AFN Kaiserslautern   KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany —American Forces Network listeners and viewers can expect to lose service for up to 20 minutes at a time due to daily sun interference expected to last until March 7.   Sun outages occur when the sun passes directly…

February 23rd, 2018 Environmental, Health & Lifestyle, News

Grafenwoehr Exchange supports Soldier readiness with healthy eating options

  GRAFENWOEHR, Germany – The Grafenwoehr Exchange now offers more better-for-you dining options than ever, reaffirming its commitment to readiness and resiliency for Soldiers and their families.   As a partner in the Healthy Army Community initiative under the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Army & Air Force…

February 1st, 2018 Health & Lifestyle, News

US Soldiers donate record funds to preserve war graves, recover fallen

  GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — Soldiers from 21st Theater Sustainment Command stationed here and in Baumholder raised a record number of funds to support a non-profit organization that recovers fallen World War I and II Soldiers — regardless of nationality — and maintains German grave sites across Europe.   The German…

December 18th, 2017 News

AFN announces dates for high definition TV and new decoder rollout

  The overseas military audience is weeks away from two highly anticipated major improvements in American Forces Network (AFN) TV services: High Definition (HD) signal quality and a decoder with a built-in DVR.   “We know that our audience is used to HD in the United States and having the…

November 29th, 2017 News

Army to begin providing medical care to Chem/Bio research volunteers

ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND, FALLS CHURCH, Virginia – The U.S. Army is notifying veterans that they may be eligible to receive medical care if they participated in U.S. Army chemical or biological substance testing from 1942 to 1975 and have an injury or disease that they believe was proximately caused by…

November 21st, 2017 Health & Lifestyle, News