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Civilian Employment with the US Army in Germany
Pages 24 (6024 words)
Civilian Employment with the US Army in Germany - Discrepancy between US Employees and Local Nationals Contents 3 Introduction: 3 Background Information: The USAG Grafenwoehr 3 Civilian Recruitment: (AF, NAF and FNC) 4 Summary 4 The Methodological frame work 5 Lack of Learning Attitude
Apprenticeship and Development Programs of the USAG Grafenwoehr 10 Summary 11 Discussions and Recommendations for Action 11 Discussions 11 Recommendations 13 Summary 14 Conclusion 14 16 References 16 Getting Around. (No date). USAG GRAFENWOHR/VILSECK. Retrieved on July 4, 2011 from: http://www.gettingaround.net/pages/usareur-grafenwoehr.php 17 Global Security.org. (No date). Civilian Personnel Management. Retrieved on July 4, 2011 from: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/report/2005/htar2005ch14.pdf 17 Introduction: Background Information: The USAG Grafenwoehr The United States Army Garrison (USAG) Grafenwoehr is located in a serene locality approximately 60 miles northeast of Nuremberg. The station is located 50 miles west of the Czech border. The city of Grafenwoehr lacks industrialization and owes most of its employment to the US Army. 2,358 of the local population of Grafenwoehr are employed with the USAG Grafenwoehr. The population of the Garrison comprises 9162 military personnel, 5,098 training troops (hailing from NATO and US units). 1009 civilian employee are stationed with the US army, 953 Employees on contracts and 12603 family members (Bavarian American, 2011). The USAG Grafenwoehr predominantly provides installation support and services for expeditionary process of JMTC, V Corps. ...
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