More options to find employment and volunteer positions at USAG Bavaria

  GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — Army Community Service and Army Air Force Exchange Services held a Career and Volunteer Fair Nov. 8, which featured dozens of employers and volunteer opportunities in USAG Bavaria.   Don’t worry if you were not able to attend the event because there are still plenty of…

Hohenfels employees recognized for length of service

  HOHENFELS, Germany — Forty-four German and American civilian employees were honored for their years of service to the U.S. Army in a ceremony, here, Oct. 11.   These garrison employees served anywhere from 10 to 45 years each. Together, they logged 1,025 years of total service to the U.S.…

Jedi at the Exchange coming to Grafenwoehr

  AAFES NEWS RELEASE   GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — The Grafenwoehr Exchange will give young Padawans the chance to battle the Dark Side with a Disney-approved Star Wars experience on Oct. 13.   Jedi at the Exchange gives children 4-12 the chance to get free Jedi training, similar to what is offered…

Garmisch Community Library earns 2018 excellence award

  By Katherine Livingston, Library Technician, Garmisch   GARMISCH, Germany — The efforts of the Garmisch Community Library were recognized throughout the Army when it took home the 2018 Excellence in Army Recreation, Small Garrison Library and Information Services Award.   The results of the Army Recreation Awards were released Sept.…

Clear bulk trash, other waste during Fall Cleanup

    GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — Every year, as the trees become bare and leaves pile up along sidewalks and lawns, the U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria Directorate of Public Works leads a concerted effort to beautify the installation before the season gives way to the cold, snowy months of winter.  …

Take the cost of living survey, influence future rates

  GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — All Department of Defense Service members stationed at any of the 11 DOD identified locations in Germany, and who have been on station for at least three months, are required to complete the 2018 Cost of Living Allowance Living Pattern Survey.   Take the survey at…

USAG Bavaria dining facilities move into 21st Century with cashless payment

  Grafenwoehr, Germany — U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria’s dining facility and many Army dining facilities throughout Europe have transitioned from cash only to accepting credit and debit card payments as of Sept. 21.   The steps have been completed by the Department of the Army setting up debit and credit…

Vehicle Resale Lot tackles abandoned vehicle problem

  GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — Members of the U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria community wanting to sell or buy a used vehicle can now do so at the Vehicle Resale Lot at Tower Barracks.   The lot replaces a temporary impound lot near Gate 6 and is part of a wide effort…

USAG Bavaria highlights October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — The U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria Family Advocacy Program is focusing on re-energizing the community’s awareness of domestic violence during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.   According to FAP, domestic violence happens in our community and many communities throughout Installation Management Command-Europe.   What is domestic violence?   Domestic…

Here are the Wi-Fi locations in USAG Bavaria

GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria offers a number of services to community members, among them, free Wi-Fi. We’ve put together a list of all the places on post you can get free internet.   Tower Barracks   Fitness Centers (Bldg. 170) Bowling Center (Bldg. 612) Java Café (Bldg. 612)…

How storms in Germany get their names

  GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — ‘Fabienne’ was the name of the last storm that swept across Germany in September 2018, but where do the names comes from?   The Australian Meteorologist Clement Wragge started to call storms by female names in the late 19th century. Later, he named them after unpopular…