For one lucky battalion of American soldiers stationed in Germany, Christmas came more than once this year.
Once, back in the funky times, I was interviewing a howitzer crew at Grafenwoehr maneuver area. I can’t remember what the subject was. They were going to be conducting a live-fire exercise soon.
The U.S. military and its NATO partners have been looking to reassert their presence in Europe in the wake of Russian action in Crimea.
Drunken brawls are on the rise outside the Army’s garrison in this small Bavarian village, and local police have taken notice.