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Remembering the Rhine River crossing

Under the command of Gen. George S.

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Kapaun airman hailed as good samaritan

When heading out for a quick bite to eat for dinner, it’s not often you expect to jump into action.

Top 5 rainy-day attractions in Germany

If rainy days have you cooped up and feeling restless, why not explore the great indoors? Here are five great indoor activities in Germany to check...

Clunker amnesty program at Baumholder

If you’ve been looking for a way to dispose your non-operating lemon inexpensively, you’re in luck this weekend. Beginning today through Feb.

Driving in Germany: Items you must have in your vehicle

Our video series makes sure you're ready to hit the roads of Europe.

AFN Kaiserslautern to switch to US friendly frequency

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — “We fixed it.” AFN Kaiserslautern will switch to a U.S.

Driving in Germany: Duty to act

Much like requirements of Good Samaritan laws in the United States, drivers in Germany have a responsibility to render aid.

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Last pilot of Berlin Airlift honors the past

Beginning on June 26, 1948, the Berlin blockade and the ensuing airlift of food and supplies to the city created a major operation for which the...

U.S. Army Alaska Strykers from Bravo Company, 3-21 Infantry Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, offload from an Air Force C-17 Globemaster above the Arctic Circle as part of Operation Arctic Pegasus at Deadhorse, Alaska, Nov. 3, 2015. The Army will begin fielding a more lethal version of the Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle to Europe in 2018, roughly three years after U.S. Army Europe issued an urgent request more firepower for the Vilseck, Germany-based 2nd Cavalry Regiment. JOEL GIBSON, U.S. ARMY

Army plans 2018 Europe deployment for new Stryker prototype

STUTTGART, Germany — The Army will begin fielding a more lethal version of the Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle to Europe in 2018, roughly three...

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Living memory of Bastogne

Bastogne, the name of a small town in the Belgian Ardennes, is forever associated with the Battle of the Bulge and the incredible resistance of...

Conservation tips for Energy Awareness Month

October is National Energy Awareness Month. Here are some tips to help reduce your carbon footprint and conserve energy.

The Army and Air Force Exchange Service car care center in Mainz-Kastel, Germany, pictured here, will close Oct. 28, 2016, as part of a facilities consolidation to make room for vehicle inspection and registration facilities. The move leaves only one U.S.-owned car care center, an expanded auto skills center, in Wiesbaden, home to U.S. Army Europe. Dan Stoutamire/Stars and Stripes

AAFES garage at Mainz-Kastel to close

WIESBADEN, Germany — The Army and Air Force Exchange Service will close its car care center near the headquarters of U.S.

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