Archive for October, 2012

Garrison’s Command Information Channel set to go off air Oct. 15

The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Command Information Channel will go off the air permanently Oct. 15.

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First responders work together to triage “victims” during exercise Stallion Shake, July 12, 2014. To mitigate potential terrorist attack, August is Antiterrorism Awareness Month. Photo by USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs

Active-shooter exercise enhances garrison readiness

US Army Garrison Stuttgart tested its emergency response and antiterrorism capabilities by conducting a full-scale, all-hazards exercise on Patch Barracks Sept. 22, 2012.

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Thorns and Roses

Tell us who deserves a pat on the back for a kind deed or a thumbs down to those in the wrong.

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Commander’s Column: Protecting against cyber threats is shared responsibility

Commander’s Column: Protecting against cyber threats is shared responsibility

We are living in an era where we are more interconnected than ever
before. Not only do we rely on email to conduct our business, but the
emergence of online commerce has made many of us reliant on the Internet
to meet our day-to-day needs.  

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Community rallies to help find missing teen — family grateful

Realizing a child is missing is a parent’s worst nightmare. When Maria
Benton, a 15-year-old special needs student at Patch High School, didn’t
return home from school Sept. 17, that nightmare came true for the
Benton family. 

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Nominations due for MacArthur Leadership Award

Units can nominate junior officers and warrant officers for the Gen. Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award through Oct. 29.

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