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  • Photo Credit: Mr. Christian Marquardt (USAREUR) Pfc. Isaac Kim, a paralegal specialist with the Grafenwoehr Trial Defense Services office, is the 7th Army Joint Multinational Training Command Soldier of the Month for Feb., 2015.

    Army paralegal looking out for Soldiers during tough times

    JMTC Soldier of the Month — Feb. 2015 Pfc. Isaac Kim Paralegal Specialist, Trial Defense…

Photo Credit: Courtesy photo Tracy Cooklin, a former tax preparer, assists a customer with her taxes during a previous tax season. This year's season starts Monday, Feb. 3.
Photo Credit: Markus Rauchenberger U.S. Army M1A2 Abrams tanks arrive at the Grafenwoehr Training Area, Jan 31, 2014. The vehicles are part of the European Activity Set, a combined-arms battalion-sized set of vehicles and equipment pre-positioned at the Grafenwoehr Training Area designed to support the U.S. Army�'s European Rotational Force and the NATO Response Force during training exercises and real-world missions. The 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division will be the first European Rotational Force unit to use the EAS this spring and summer during training exercises throughout the U.S. European Command area of responsibility.(U.S. Army Photo by Markus Rauchenberger)
The soldiers of the German Army and the U.S. Army were impressed by the border facilities. Many of them had never experienced the time when the situation at the border was still life-threatening. -- Photo Credit: Gerald Morgenstern
Photo Credit: Michael Beaton, Joint Multinational Training Command Public Affairs The Honorable John B. Emerson, left, U.S. ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany, and his wife, Kimberly Emerson, speak with Franz Zeilmann, U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria Public Affairs community relations officer, while visiting the 7th Army Joint Multinational Training Command, Nov. 8. During his visit of the training area the ambassador toured military displays and spoke with Soldiers, was briefed by the JMTC commander, training facility directors, and met with local German politicians and representatives.
Brig. Gen. Walter E. Piatt (center) visited the Culture- and Military Museum. Willi Buchfelder (left), chairman of the Historic Society, and book author Gerald Morgenstern took the commanding general of JMTC on a tour of the military section which also features a model of the Water Tower.
The military history training of German and American soldiers in the Italian Dolomite Alps truly was a multi-national experience. Led by Lt. Col. Hans-Joachim Gehrlein (front right) they followed the traces of the Alpine War. The climb to the 2,744-meter-high summit of the Hexenstein (photo) wasn’t the only fixed rope route in the Dolomite Alps that proved to be an athletic and physical challenge.
Photo Credit: Air Force Tech. Sgt. Kenya Shiloh Representative formations from 40 nations, including the U.S., gather on a Camp Aachen parade field at the Joint Multinational Training Command's Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany, Sept. 12, 2013, to mark the start of the U.S. European Command's Exercise Combined Endeavor 2013. This annual event explores and resolves multinational tactics, techniques and procedures while building command, control, communication and computers planning experience and knowledge among participating nations.
Fishing Club provides entertainment with Sautrog race
Photo Credit: Gerald Morgenstern