U.S. Army Europe commander visits Army leaders, facilities in Kaiserslautern community

March 8, 2013

By U.S. Army Europe Public Affairs


KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany - U.S. Army Europe commander Lt. Gen. Donald M. Campbell Jr. (second from right) is greeted by U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern education officer Ramona Kausch during a visit to the garrison, March 8. Joined by garrison commander Lt. Col. Lars Zetterstrom (right), Campbell toured several Army installations in the Kaiserslautern community that support USAREUR and took part in a ribbon cutting for a new Soldiers' transition center at Kleber Kaserne. (Photo by Rick Scavetta)

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany - U.S. Army Europe commander Lt. Gen. Donald M. Campbell Jr. (second from right) is greeted by U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern education officer Ramona Kausch during a visit to the garrison, March 8. Joined by garrison commander Lt. Col. Lars Zetterstrom (right), Campbell toured several Army installations in the Kaiserslautern community that support USAREUR and took part in a ribbon cutting for a new Soldiers' transition center at Kleber Kaserne. (Photo by Rick Scavetta)

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HEIDELBERG, Germany - U.S. Army Europe commander Lt. Gen. Donald M. Campbell Jr. visited with service members, Soldiers, civilian employees and family members in the Kaiserslautern Military Community, March 8.

"I was able to get a great perspective of the Kaiserslautern community today that I have never had before. I appreciate everything they have done to make this a family community. The great team atmosphere, first-class facilities and outstanding attitudes of the personnel here were very impressive,” Campbell said during the visit.

The general's visit included tours of Rhine Ordnance Barracks and Pulaski Barracks, the in-and-out-processing center and participation in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Kleber Kaserne transition center.


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