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Archive for October, 2011
The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Fire Department has a new weapon in its
fire fighting arsenal: an aerial ladder truck with articulating arm.
“The ladder, when fully extended, can reach a height of 100 feet,” said
Matthias Künast, a USAG Stuttgart firefighter and one of four trainers
for the new piece of equipment. “It means we can rescue people from the
top floors at the Panzer and Kelley Hotels.”
From June to September, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart received 256
Interactive Customer Evaluation comments on the Vehicle Registration
Office. Only 55 percent of the comments were positive.
Four years ago this month, the Army announced the Army Family Covenant,
which promised to provide Soldiers and families a quality of life
commensurate with their service.
Four years ago this month, the Army announced the Army Family Covenant, which promised to provide Soldiers and families a quality of life commensurate with their service. To help Soldiers and families stressed by years of war, the Army substantially increased funding for programs in areas such as Soldier and…
Master Sgt. Danial R. Adams was honored and remembered during a memorial
service held Sept. 27 in the Panzer Chapel on Panzer Kaserne. Adams,
assigned to Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group
(Airborne), was killed during an intense firefight with insurgents Sept.
13 while conducting combat operations in Wardak Province, Afghanistan,
as part of Special Operations Task Force 10.
The annual “Stuttgart Nacht,” or Stuttgart Night, is one of the best
ways to experience not only Stuttgart’s cultural offerings, but the city