WIESBADEN, Germany – United States Army Garrison Wiesbaden recognized and awarded 26 garrison employees for their civilian service, ranging from 5-45+ years, on Wednesday.
Klaus Herbst, an engineer technician for the Directorate of Public Works has served the Army as a civilian employee for over 45 years.
The Garrison Commander, Col. Mario Washington, lauded the awardees for their collective service of over 535 years. “The garrison is like a little city and our garrison employees touch the lives of everyone in this community with what we do.”
He commended the awardees and thanked them for their selfless service, “We could not do what we do every day and accomplish what we do without the expertise and dedication of our civilian workforce,” he said.