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USACE turns over new Wiesbaden headquarters building to 5th Signal Command | by USACE Europe District
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USACE turns over new Wiesbaden headquarters building to 5th Signal Command

With the snip of a ribbon and the passing of a key, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District officially turned over Building 1007 to 5th Signal Command on February 26 at the Wiesbaden Army Airfield. Command Sgt. Maj. Marilyn Washington, 5th Signal Command, Col. Jeffrey Dill, commander of the Wiesbaden Garrison, Mrs. Smith, Col. John Cox, 5th Signal Command, Herr Heinz Kronenberger, Kronenberger Firm, and Col. John Kem, commander of the Europe District, cut the ceremonial ribbon. The 10 million euro building renovations included modernization of the fire protection, communication, electrical systems and updating the heating and ventilation systems. The building houses computer networks, storage vaults, training rooms, administrative offices and space for more than 375 personnel. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Carol E. Davis)

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Taken on February 26, 2010