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Willkommen in Deutschland! Welcome to Germany! If you’ve recently arrived, your head may be spinning from a combination of jetlag and the sheer amount of information coming your way.
When losing a loved one who was also a retiree, the loss can be even more painful if not prepared to handle the accounts and benefits left behind. 
With the weather continuously changing, it is vastly important to pay attention to all components of staying safe on the road throughout winter.
A variety of factors affect whether or not dental care is available for the family of active-duty service members stationed overseas.
Bargain hunters and savvy shoppers dream of deep discounts and deals. In Germany, outlet malls may be the answer to finding the sales and similar stores otherwise found in the States.
“Summertime, and the livin’ is easy,” croons Ella Fitzgerald.
Experiencing an auto accident is traumatic no matter where you are, but when you’re stationed overseas, foreign driving laws and language barriers add to t
Moving is always a big undertaking, but when you or your spouse is a service member, it's a way of life.
In Germany, if you are in an accident and your car does not have tires adequate for winter weather, you could be held responsible by authorities, even if you are not at fault.
Wintry weather is common in Europe through April. The last thing you want is to get caught without required equipment.
Rules for winter tires
A military career means moving and sometimes it means moving right away.
Three days before we were supposed to be on a plane to London, my husband’s leave still hadn’t been approved.
New Year’s celebrations pop and bang with fireworks. But as popular as fireworks displays are, their bursts of light and deafening explosions can be traumatic to animals.
Moving to Europe is a big change for the entire family, and children certainly feel this impact as they leave behind familiar schedules, classrooms, friends and neighborhoods.
One of the first pieces of advice that I received upon arriving in Germany was to find an organization that interests me and volunteer.
As exciting as living in Europe can be, the honeymoon phase tends to fade away for most spouses once they’ve realized how difficult it can be to progress in their career field.