Don't forget... 18 July 2018 @ 1600 Netzaberg Chapel
Team 44 Town Hall... For ALL Team 44 Soldiers and Families. Come out and get the latest news and information about what's happening in the battalion. Meet the new Battalion Commander and ask questions and get answers! Immediately following the town hall, stick around for the monthly Relationship Enrichment Dinner (RED). The RED is open to ALL Soldiers and Family members who want to strengthen their relationship building skills. Learn techniques to improve your relationships with your Spouse, your Friends, or your Family. Bring your favorite summertime BBQ dish and join the fun!
Hey Team 44! We have one last opportunity until the new fiscal year for you to experience a marriage enrichment opportunity for free! This Friday, we have an event for married couples at the Wild Boar.
There is no childcare for this event.
We will meet in the morning for some relationship training over the 5 Love Languages, and then break for a catered lunch from Popeyes. After lunch you will be able to do the ropes course for a teamwork and trust building activity for you and your spouse.
All of this is covered, you just need to show up! Talk to your leadership and get the okay to attend.
To register contact Chaplain Bailey at 0151-1494-6530 or email@example.com or SGT Mackey at Keith.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Team Signal! More than 45 teams from 44th ESB, Bravo Co. 151st ESB, and Bravo Co. 86th ESB deployed all throughout Poland and the Baltic region in support of Saber Strike '18. Saber Strike '18 was a two week multi-national exercise with over 25,000 participants from 17 countries. Team Signal began deployment operations in early May with teams still deployed until the end of June. Team Signal expertly enabled mission command communications at more than 20 different locations while simultaneously supporting Reception, Staging, Onward movement, and Integration operations for the incoming Regionally Allocated Forces from 1/1CAV Division.
Just getting back from Saber Strike? Need a nice, relaxing, affordable weekend away with your spouse? We have a deal for you!
We have lots of slots still open for this week's Couples Strong Bonds Event in Willingen, DEU.
***Right now there is no childcare.***
However, if you would like to bring your kids, they are welcomed to come. We will make it work. If you don't have kids yet, that's probably even better. Lol.
We have a bus leaving from the Graf PX parking lot at 1100 Friday morning to head to Sauerland Stern Hotel. You may also travel to the site by POV. Be warned--the drive-time to the site is about 5 hours.
We will rally up at 1700 on Friday night for a meet and greet.
Saturday before lunch is the bulk of the relationship training with a closeout AAR on Sunday morning.
If you're planning on attending we need a registration sheet filled out and turned in--that's it! But you should also let your leadership know that you are attending for tracking purposes.
We can get you there (bus), get you a room (paid for), and provide you good meals (the best part)! We want you to have a good time for little to no cost to you. We hope that your relationship with your spouse gets enriched and that you have a good relaxing weekend!
Please contact Chaplain Bailey at 0151-1494-6530 if you are interested in going or for questions/concerns.
A powerful message from a powerful leader. This week we remember the beginning of the end of WWII, we also remember ALL those who have sacrificed so much.
Teams from 44th ESB, Grafenwoehr, GE, B/151st ESB, SCARNG, and B/86th ESB, Ft Bliss, TX began Saber Strike '18 support in early May. Team Signal is in five countries providing mission command and communications capabilities to US and 17 multi-national partners and allies. Thanks for all that you do!
2D TSB Relinquishment of Command...
The Charlie Company, 44ESB “Cobras”, bid farewell to CPT James Griffes and welcomed CPT Kevin Scott at Charlie Company’s Change of Command. CPT Griffes has led Charlie Company for the last two years with an infectious can-do attitude, focused vision, and genuine care for his Soldiers, NCO’s, and Officers. Thank you for your dedication and professionalism. CPT Scott, your reputation as a strong and talented leader precedes you and we look forward to where you will take the company. Good luck to the both of you!
Watch where you park... Be aware of where you can and can not park...