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  • June

    USAG Wiesbaden celebrates the opening of a new artificial turf field on Clay North

    Members of the U.S. Army Garrison, Wiesbaden community have a new multipurpose field that is environmentally friendly and can be used throughout the year.
  • USAG Wiesbaden celebrates the opening of a new artificial turf field on Clay North

    Members of the U.S. Army Garrison, Wiesbaden community have a new multipurpose field that is environmentally friendly and can be used throughout the year.
  • February

    Europe District breaks ground for third Wiesbaden school

    The Wiesbaden community celebrated the beginning of construction on the third and final school to be
  • May

    Europe District leads middle school Earth Day audit

    For Earth Day 2018 at Wiesbaden Middle School, the students conducted an audit of the building
  • Europe District leads middle school Earth Day audit

    For Earth Day 2018 at Wiesbaden Middle School, the students conducted an audit of the building
  • July

    Securing the love of baseball for military children living abroad

    Baseball. It’s as American as hot dogs and apple pie. For children of American service members living abroad, however, this concept may seem a little foreign.
  • Securing the love of baseball for military children living abroad

    Baseball. It’s as American as hot dogs and apple pie. For children of American service members living abroad, however, this concept may seem a little foreign.
  • March

    Partners huddle at USACE workshop as construction booms in Europe

    WIESBADEN, Germany – As the U.S. military takes steps to reassure allies over concerns about a more aggressive Russia in the east, stakeholders and project-delivery teams are tackling the largest construction program in Europe since the end of the Cold War.
  • Partners huddle at USACE workshop as construction booms in Europe

    WIESBADEN, Germany – As the U.S. military takes steps to reassure allies over concerns about a more aggressive Russia in the east, stakeholders and project-delivery teams are tackling the largest construction program in Europe since the end of the Cold War.
  • February

    Longtime deputy district engineer retires from USACE as agency gets new civilian leader

    WIESBADEN, Germany – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently bid farewell to its longtime deputy district engineer in Europe, and a familiar face is back to take over the organization’s top civilian leadership post.
  • July

    Project manager provides boost to charter baseball club

    WIESBADEN, Germany – An engineer who oversees military construction for a living is pitching in to help build a local youth baseball association – from the ground up. Stephen Swint, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District project manager, just wrapped up his first stint as an assistant coach with the Wiesbaden Red Barons Baseball Club, a startup program for American and German players.
  • May

    Europe District engineer team returns as Liberia is Ebola-free

    WIESBADEN, Germany – The remaining military members on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers team sent to Liberia for Operation United Assistance made it back to Germany earlier this month, just as the West African nation was declared Ebola-free. The Europe District contingent assisted with treatment center construction and helped sustain a DOD presence that numbered 2,800 personnel at its peak.
  • March

    Europe realignment, consolidation among key themes at annual USACE workshop

    WIESBADEN, Germany – Top engineers have begun outlining the steps they’ll take in two major programs to bolster allies while streamlining U.S. forces and assets in Europe over the next several years. Discussions about the European Reassurance Initiative and European Infrastructure Consolidation came during the 2015 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District Partner Workshop.
  • June

    Commander set to depart Europe District

    WIESBADEN, Germany – Col. Peter Helmlinger promises a smooth transition while he prepares to exit later this week as commander of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District. He only wishes he could be around to see a few major projects become reality.
  • May

    Wiesbaden students get peek at engineer life

    WIESBADEN, Germany – A group of Wiesbaden Middle School students got a glimpse of engineer life recently while engaging in some hands-on demonstrations during “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” at the Amelia Earhart Center. Fifty children participated in the visit, including roughly 20 with a parent employed by the district.
  • March

    District architect hits her marks in weightlifting

    WIESBADEN, Germany – At 5-foot-2 and a shade over 115 pounds, Martha Manuel hardly looks like an imposing figure. But appearances, as they say, do deceive on occasion. This little lady is a real beast in the weight room.
  • District architect hits her marks in weightlifting

    WIESBADEN, Germany – At 5-foot-2 and a shade over 115 pounds, Martha Manuel hardly looks like an
  • Forward Engineer Support Team returns from Jordan

    WIESBADEN, Germany – The eight remaining members of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District’s Forward Engineer Support Team-Advanced are back on German soil after a highly successful deployment to Jordan. The team of Soldiers, Army civilian volunteers and augmentees returned Feb. 26 following a six-month mission that included infrastructure, environmental, and airfield assessments and expansion planning to build the ally nation’s capabilities.
  • February

    Transformation, construction oversight among themes at annual USACE forum

    WIESBADEN, Germany – Prioritizing needs and planning ahead will be crucial for stakeholders and project-delivery teams in Europe and Africa to maximize efficiencies under the new fiscal reality of tighter budgets and funding, officials said at the 2014 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Customer Workshop.
  • Transformation, construction oversight among themes at annual USACE forum

    WIESBADEN, Germany – Prioritizing needs and planning ahead will be crucial for stakeholders and
  • December

    USACE teaches ‘common understanding’ in Risk Communication Course

    WIESBADEN, Germany – More than 20 project and program managers from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District learned about public involvement and strategies for overcoming such challenges during a four-day Risk Communication Course. It’s designed to strengthen stakeholder relationships, bonds and rapport while striving toward transparency, awareness and partnership.
  • USACE teaches ‘common understanding’ in Risk Communication Course

    More than 20 project and program managers from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District learned about public involvement and strategies for overcoming such challenges during a four-day Risk Communication Course.
  • August

    Deputy commander bids farewell to Europe District

    WIESBADEN, Germany – For two years, Lt. Col. Michelle Garcia made a top command priority her personal mission. During a farewell last month, district leaders and officials praised her ability to transcend the role of deputy commander and effectively bridge divides between personnel, support functions and resources.
  • March

    USACE leads CQM course to sharpen quality control

    WIESBADEN, Germany – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District has kicked off its 2013 slate of Construction Quality Management courses, conducted quarterly for contractors awarded projects requiring this certification. The first session took place Feb. 25-27 at the Wiesbaden Entertainment Center.