Archive for August, 2011

Members of the U.S. Africa Command J5 directorate display their enthusiasm to win the AFRICOM Olympics Spirit Award, following AFRICOM's first "Olympic" gaming event July 15 on Kelley Barracks, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart. Photo Credit: Joseph Mancy

AFRICOM goes for gold in ‘Olympics’

On July 15, 2011 U.S. Africa Command hosted its first “Olympics” on Kelley Barracks.

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Muscle car mania

Muscle car mania

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Wild times at Stuttgart Vacation Bible School

Summer means a lot of things to a lot of people. For Caspian Thompson, 6, summer means Vacation Bible School.

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Fight terrorism: know how to report, react

Fight terrorism: know how to report, react

August has been designated by the Department of the Army as
Antiterrorism Awareness Month. In the spirit of the month, Stuttgart
military community members are encouraged to take the time to learn how
to deal with potentially dangerous situations.

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Tax-free phone, Internet now available for some TKS customers

Installation Management Command Europe officials recently announced that
eligible U.S. Forces Telepost Kabel-Service customers will be able to
use Value Added Tax forms to avoid paying VAT taxes on their landline
telephone and Internet service beginning this month.

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German ‘trick’ class geared to shift workers

Shift workers who enroll in a college course may find it difficult to
attend every class session. After all, college terms and work schedules
are rarely in sync.

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C.A.R.E. Fair spotlights local services, clubs, organizations

C.A.R.E. Fair spotlights local services, clubs, organizations

It’s never easy settling into a new community.

That’s why if you’ve recently arrived to the Stuttgart military
community, the C.A.R.E. Fair should be on your list of things to do.

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Safety first

Safety first

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Stuttgart Soldiers take on Warrior Pride Challenge

Stuttgart Soldiers take on Warrior Pride Challenge

If drinking too much is the disease, Marianne Campano believes having a fun alternative is the cure.

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