The health system for service members, retirees, civilians and their families in Stuttgart consists of local health services and host nation medical facilities for inpatient, outpatient primary and specialty care, and LRMC.
Keeping the military resilient and ready to fight takes a balance of work and play.
The German transit system service is a vast, extensive network of stations that are accessible to almost everywhere within the Stuttgart area.
Agencies throughout the Stuttgart community are always on the lookout for new volunteers.
Sixth grade science curriculum at Patch Middle School features several labs on growing plants and studying their development.
Info and tips for the day you PCS out.
Community members asked about the things they need to do before a PCS – here are the answers.
If it is hot outside, be careful about leaving your pets too long. Here are some tips.
Personnel arriving on permanent change of station orders fall under the Status of Forces Agreement must get a U.S. Army Europe driver’s license.
Driving on the roads in a foreign country where you don’t speak the language fluently can be nerve wracking enough. But imagine getting pulled over by police.
Moving to an overseas installation can be a stressful event for pets.
Wasps are very common insects during summertime, however, it is not permissible to kill insects by law in Germany.