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Army Garrison Ansbach held town halls at Bismarck and Storck theaters Wednesday to discuss permanent changes of station and other issues related to the recent Aviation Restructuring Initiative announcement. Over the next few months, several 12th CAB units will realign or inactivate. Additionally, permanent military members stationed at Storck Barracks at Illesheim, Germany, will move to the Ansbach area as rotational units use Storck Barracks to train and deploy in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve.
Christopher M. We are the strategic aviation platform for all of U. Army aviation in Europe. Wilford went over the step-by-step timeline of out-processing beginning with the levy brief and ending with the departure via Patriot Express or commercial air flight. According to Wilford, upon receipt of PCS orders, Soldiers should contact those agencies that require the most lead time to schedule and process their PCS needs.
Typically, these are Transportation for picking up household goods, Housing to schedule a clearing appointment, SATO Travel to schedule outbound flights, Vehicle Processing Center to schedule a vehicle shipment, the Central Issue Facility to schedule turn-in of issued items, and the Veterinary Treatment Facility to help meet the needs of pets. Mattil outlined that in general the following will occur for residents of Storck Barracks. Families who live at Storck Barracks will move to Katterbach Kaserne at government expense.
Single Soldiers who are sergeants first class and senior ranks who live off post in the Illesheim area can be moved to Katterbach at government expense. All housing on the south side of the Katterbach airfield will be the home of Soldiers of the rank of staff sergeant and junior. Mattil said there will always be exceptions. Families with a five-bedroom requirement may move to Bleidorn Kaserne or, in exceptional cases, to off-post housing, although the housing office will work with each of those Families on a case-by-case basis.
Mattil expects the workload of the Housing Office to be large, but they are preparing to handle it. Vehicle owners have a number of options. Shipping vehicles can be done through the vehicle processing center at Barton Barracks.
Vehicle owners can sell their vehicle through the resale lot at Katterbach Kaserne. Pet owners should never release their animals into the wild. Pet abandonment is punishable by law, and Germany can levy a 25, euro fine. Pet owners on the verge of moving must contact the Veterinary Treatment Facility as soon as possible to figure out options. Additionally, there is a blog on finding a good home for Family pets at the blog in "Related Links" section.
As far as trash, the Area Support Team picks up bulk items those items too large to fit in a car the first Monday of the month. The schools at USAG Ansbach are also set to close June 5, which is a week early, to accommodate the forthcoming population changes. We keep all records for one year, and then we ship all records to Sembach, Germany, where you can also retrieve records beyond the first year.
Those in charge of student transportation are currently working through what the new bus routes will be following the closure of two elementary schools, according to McEnery.
It is also likely that school buses will transport all grades from kindergarten through high school. Without a full picture of population data for the new school year, putting out a new schedule would be premature. Because of the decreased population, there will be fewer participants in sports teams. A community member raised the question as to whether Ansbach students might team up with other Army garrison school teams in Germany. They had the advantage of being significantly closer than we currently are [to other garrisons].
In football, they are looking at a division that might play nine-man football. We will do what we can to have programs that meet the needs of kids. It may not be possible in all cases. School-age services will be delivered at Katterbach at the start of the upcoming school year. It will be "business as usual" during the summer according to Riley, with hourly care available at Storck. The Youth Center will close at the end of the school year.
The youth summer camp will take place at Katterbach Kaserne with shuttling available for Storck Barracks-area students. The youth sports programs at Storck Barracks are scheduled to continue this summer. All those operations will survive. We have a number of mechanisms and methods to find people work in this community or in other communities in Europe. A certain amount of hardship will happen when those positions go away, but if employees continue to desire to be in the workforce, we will continue to find positions, and for some it will even be a new career opportunity.
The shoppette and food facilities at both Storck Barracks and Katterbach Kaserne are set to close with most of those services to be available at Urlas.
Because food options are available at the Urlas shopping complex, Burger King at Katterbach Kaserne is scheduled to close as well. Also, the Bismarck Theater is set to close Oct. The gas station at Bismarck Kaserne will also close, but the car care center is set to remain open. Should there be a different decision, USAG Ansbach will update the community through the garrison information outlets.
According to Abrego, the commissary at Storck Barracks is still expected to close Sept. The commissary at Storck will continue to be fully operational until closure, according to Benson. The commissary at Urlas Community will continue serving customers, according to Abrego. Of course," said Benson.
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Army Garrison Ansbach held town halls at Bismarck and Storck theaters Wednesday to discuss permanent changes of station and other issues related to the recent Aviation Restructuring Initiative announcement. Over the next few months, several 12th CAB units will realign or inactivate. Additionally, permanent military members stationed at Storck Barracks at Illesheim, Germany, will move to the Ansbach area as rotational units use Storck Barracks to train and deploy in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve. Christopher M.
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