safety

Whether you’re worried about random acts of terror, criminal targeting or performing your unofficial ambassador duties, as a U.S. servicemember, civilian or dependent you have a responsibility to protect yourself while living abroad.
With the weather continuously changing, it is vastly important to pay attention to all components of staying safe on the road throughout winter. Having the proper tires and keeping an eye out for wildlife are two ways drivers can prevent accidents on the road during the icy season.
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 the overwhelming emotions, stress, confusion, and chaos vehicle owners go through.
Paris, the City of Lights, is an extraordinary city. Now it finds itself in an extraordinary situation.
The holidays are a time to celebrate, give thanks, and reflect. They are also a time to pay special attention to your health. Give the gift of health and safety to yourself and others by following these holiday tips. 
The holiday season is quickly approaching and with it comes cold weather, festive decorations, amazing food and large gatherings.
Enjoy yourself at Oktoberfest, but be vigilant and maintain situational awareness at all times. 
Oktoberfest safety tips 
To obtain a motorcycle endorsement on a USAREUR, SETAF, SHAPE or USAFE-issued license, military personnel, dependents and civilians must be at least 18, have a motorcycle endorsement on their valid license issued by a U.S.
To obtain a motorcycle endorsement on a USAREUR, SETAF, SHAPE or USAFE-issued license, military personnel, dependents and civilians must be at least 18, have a motorcycle endorsement on their valid license issued by a U.S.
You’ve probably heard the phrases “Loose lips sink ships” and “Careless talk costs lives.” These statements were printed on posters displayed throughout the U.S. during World War II as part of a campaign to remind servicemembers and citizens to stay mum about military activity.
It’s no coincidence that the biggest PCS season correlates with summer school break. Therefore, the break is the perfect time to prepare for the new school year or new school system if you’ve just moved to Europe.
Whether you’re shopping, banking, making travel arrangements or keeping in touch with friends and family, it’s more and more likely you’re doing it online. And whether you know it or not, there’s always the chance someone is watching you.
Anyone who has dabbled with handicraft can understand that the art of making things by hand, especially something beautiful and functional, is therapeutic, calming, and can evoke a powerful, even spiritual satisfaction.
Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a day of remembrance and tribute to the contributions workers (laborers) have made and continue to make to the prosperity, well-being and strength of the United States.
Earlier this week, a woman noticed a suspicious object protruding from her pup’s mouth while taking her dog on a leisurely walk around Miesenbach’s Seewoog.