European briefs: Federal Voting Assistance Program holds slogan contest
The Federal Voting Assistance Program has launched a voting slogan contest in an effort to promote interest in the democratic process among military members, families and U.S. citizens worldwide.
Participants should create a slogan or slogans that express the importance of voting and inspire others to vote. Submissions should be sent to the FVAP by April 9.
For questions, information, or to submit slogans, e-mail email@example.com, text only; or fax to 001-703-696-1352; or visit the FVAP Web site at http://www.fvap.gov/index.html for international toll-free fax numbers.
Submit one slogan per e-mail/fax, including contact information. No fax cover sheet is necessary. All submissions must include: full name, branch of service (if military), mailing address, daytime telephone number, fax number (phone and fax numbers should include all necessary country/city codes or DSN prefixes) and e-mail address.
Army IDs soldier found dead in Coleman BarracksMANNHEIM, Germany — The U.S. Army has identified a soldier found dead in his Coleman Barracks room on Feb. 19.
Spc. Levi R. Foley, 24, assigned to 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment, was found at about 9:30 a.m. by unit personnel when he did not report for duty. He was pronounced dead by a German doctor, officials said.
Foley, of Cheyenne, Wyo., was a food service specialist assigned to Company E, according to a release issued Monday.
Foley is survived by his wife and parents. A memorial ceremony is scheduled for March 2 at 10 a.m. at the Coleman Barracks chapel.
The cause of Foley’s death is under investigation, officials said.