• HHD, USAG Schinnen Sgt. 1st Class David S. Clark receives a coin from IMCOM-Europe Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey E. Anbiya during her visit to USAG Schinnen March 19.

    IMCOM-E CSM Visits USAG Schinnen

    HHD, USAG Schinnen Sgt. 1st Class David S. Clark receives a coin from IMCOM-Europe Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey E. Anbiya during her visit to USAG Schinnen March 19.

  • U.S. Senior Enlisted Advisor, PSCS Jay Steffenhagen, chats with IMCOM-Europe Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey E. Anbiya.

    IMCOM-E CSM Visits USAG Brussels

    U.S. Senior Enlisted Advisor, PSCS Jay Steffenhagen, chats with IMCOM-Europe Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey E. Anbiya.

  • IMCOM-Europe Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey E. Anbiya (center) pauses in front of USAG Schinnen headquarters with USAG Benelux Command Sgt. Maj. Ralph Ford (right) and USAG Schinnen Command Sgt. Maj. Mary L. Brown during a visit there March 19.

    IMCOM-E CSM Visits USAG Schinnen

    IMCOM-Europe Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey E. Anbiya (center) pauses in front of USAG Schinnen headquarters with USAG Benelux Command Sgt. Maj. Ralph Ford (right) and USAG Schinnen Command Sgt. Maj. Mary L. Brown during a visit there March 19.

  • Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey Anbiya, IMCOM-Europe, meets USAG Brussels Chaplain's Assistant Sgt. Markita James, during her tour of the garrison on March 18.

    IMCOM-E CSM Visits USAG Brussels

    Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey Anbiya, IMCOM-Europe, meets USAG Brussels Chaplain's Assistant Sgt. Markita James, during her tour of the garrison on March 18.

  • Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey Anbiya, IMCOM-Europe; Command Sgt. Maj. Ralph Ford, USAG Benelux; Command Sgt. Maj. Antonio Adams, U.S. Army NATO SHAPE Battalion and Command Sgt. Maj. Anthony Cordova, USAG Brussels support the Chièvres Garrison as it conducts the grand opening of the Alliance Home Station Training Area on March 17, 2009.

    IMCOM-E CSM Helps Benelux Open New Training Area

    Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey Anbiya, IMCOM-Europe; Command Sgt. Maj. Ralph Ford, USAG Benelux; Command Sgt. Maj. Antonio Adams, U.S. Army NATO SHAPE Battalion and Command Sgt. Maj. Anthony Cordova, USAG Brussels support the Chièvres Garrison as it...

  • In honor of the Year of the NCO, Army, Navy and Air Force noncommissioned officers from NATO's Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe and the USAG Benelux, located in Belgium, gather to discuss quality of life issues for their junior

    IMCOM-E CSM Honors Year of the NCO with Sister Services

    In honor of the Year of the NCO, Army, Navy and Air Force noncommissioned officers from NATO's Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe and the USAG Benelux, located in Belgium, gather to discuss quality of life issues for their junior

CHIAfaEURoVRES, Belgium -- Installation Management Command-Europe's senior noncommissioned officer visited the U.S. Army Garrison Benelux and its indirect reporting garrisons in Brussels and Schinnen. During Command Sgt. Maj. Tracey Anbiya's tour, she met with senior NCOs from the garrisons and from the NATO units that the Benelux supports.

"Here in the Benelux, we're not just Army. We have Air Force located here. We have Navy located here, and when we do things here in the Benelux, we have to do it as Servicemembers, regardless of what branch of service we're in," said Command Sgt. Maj. Ralph Ford, USAG Benelux, command sergeant major.

"What I found today is that they share the same concerns that we noncommissioned officers share in the Army," said Anbiya after meeting with the NCOs and discussing ways to improve quality of life for the Servicemembers in the Benelux footprint.

Anbiya also toured the facilities at each garrison to learn about the Army and joint programs offered at the locations.

"It's important for the sergeant major to see who we support, the facility initiatives we have planned as a garrison, as well as the kinds of services available, and not available, to Soldiers and Family Members in our area," said Command Sgt. Maj. Mary L. Brown, USAG Schinnen, command sergeant major.

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