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Like hundreds of Defense Department employees overseas, Stephen Fitzgerald is about to lose his housing allowance.
Hertling Leaves USAREUR Without Fanfare, Retires
Lt. Gen. Mark P. Hertling, the now-former commander of U.S. Army Europe, quietly departed Germany last week and retired days...
Army Reserve Boosting Regional Forces
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Europe Pulls All Stops for WWII Anniversaries
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Ansbach Troops Could See COLA Fall to Zero in Coming Days
Military personnel stationed in Ansbach could see their cost-of-living allowances reduced to zero over the coming weeks.
New Army Grooming Regs Roll Back Wartime Leniency
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Medics are Stand-ins for Town Docs in Afghanistan
Like many medics who came to Afghanistan to treat wounded Americans, Spc. Joe Kunsch often finds himself filling in as town d...
Troops Could Lose Leave When Carryover Limit Drops
Some service members could lose leave days when a policy that allowed troops to keep up to 75 days of leave ends Oct. 1.
Top Enlisted Leader of Wiesbaden Garrison Relieved
The top enlisted leader for the U.S. Army garrison in Wiesbaden has been relieved of his post after he was suspended over an...
Army Picks Female Intel Soldier for USAREUR's Top Enlisted Slot
U.S. Army Europe's Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges has selected Command Sgt. Major Sheryl Lyon as the next senior enlisted leader for U.S...
Germany Will Again Recognize Expired US State Driver's Licenses
Americans who have expired stateside licenses but valid U.S. forces licenses can resume driving in Germany.
The Military's Struggles Against Sex Assault
Natasha Schuette was nearly done with basic training when a drill sergeant lured her into an office and sexually assaulted he...
Air Force Staff Sergeant Found Guilty in AFN Murder
Air Force Staff Sgt. Sean Oliver was found guilty of unpremeditated murder Wednesday in the killing of Navy Petty Officer 2nd...
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Col. Jason Lamb, took the stage before a packed audience of airmen with Lt. Gen. Brian Kelly.
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