U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart is moving closer to a greener, more efficient method of providing heat to Panzer Kaserne. The installation is currently heated by aging oil-fired steam boilers, which have low efficiency limitations and contribute to carbon emissions.
Archive for May, 2013
Every year, thousands of tourists tour Germany’s most famous waterways – the Rhine, Elbe and Danube rivers.
When fantasizing about finding a hidden treasure, images of a wooden chest overflowing with gold and jewelry may come to mind.
Over the last 12 years of war, our Army has demonstrated exceptional
competence, courage, and resiliency in adapting to the demands of war
and accomplishing the mission.
If you are headed stateside this summer, more than 2,000 museums across the nation will open their doors free of charge
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers commanding general made a pitch to spur
more interest in science, technology, engineering and math among
American students during a visit to Patch High School May 14.
After weeks of review, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has concluded
budget cuts will require most of the department’s civilian employees to
be furloughed beginning in July
With Advanced Placement tests and final exams around the corner, Patch
High School students were urged to laugh their test-associated anxieties
C.J. Pierce, a guitarist with heavy-metal band Drowning Pool,
U.S. Army garrisons across Europe have reserved 40 designated parking
spaces for use by Gold Star families at on-post public facilities.
This month Americans around the world will pause to observe Memorial Day.
its first official proclamation as Decoration Day on May 5, 1868, and
its first observance on May 30, 1868, it has been a day of remembrance
for those who sacrificed and died in our nation’s service.
U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart thanked volunteers for their selfless service during the annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony.