There are nearly 83,000 Americans who remain missing and unaccounted-for going back to World War II.
The U.S. Army Garrison-Stuttgart is set to conduct its annual force protection exercise, Stallion Shake 2017, at Patch Barracks, Sept. 16.
Soldiers and family members need to protect themselves from cyberthreats on social media, according to top leadership.
The Stuttgart High School Panthers Cheerleading team cam out on top at the Labor Day Camp hosted at Kaiserslautern High School.
Stuttgart community members of all ages have until Dec. 1 to report the rocks they find.
September is Suicide Prevention Month, and with it comes greater awareness that there are friends, comrades and family members who may be considering that irreversible decision.
A top European Union military leader visited Headquarters, U.S. Africa Command, in Stuttgart, Germany, to discuss ways to further strengthen the strategic relationship between the two entities, Aug. 24.
“It’s important to hold meetings like this…we are all faced with the same issues whether in Malawi, or the United States,” – Navy Lt. Cmdr. Anthony Falvo, AFRICOM’s Public Affairs Branch Chief.
The non-emergency contact telephone numbers for the MP Desk remain the same. Esso fuel card issue closes on Patch Barracks.
Residents and dog park patrons should dispose of their pets waste inside the appropriate garbage bins.
Suggestions passed on by military moms that have been successful, plus tips and healthy reasons for breastfeeding up to at least six months.
Kelley Barracks Commissary was awarded the L. Mendel Rivers Award during a ceremony Aug. 9, 2017.