Archive for September, 2013

Vacation Bible school teaches children  to ‘stand strong’

Vacation Bible school teaches children to ‘stand strong’

Castles, dragons, knights and princesses provide fertile ground for a child’s’ imagination, and as the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Religious Support Office discovered, a majestic stage for its summer outreach ministry.

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Send your kids off packing healthy lunches, snacks

Is eating on the run the norm for your family? Busy family schedules often lead to fast foods and convenience foods. Unfortunately, many of these on-the-go food choices may not provide important nutrients children need for good health.

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Going Green: Keeping Stuttgart’s air clean and breathable

Idling your vehicle truly gets you nowhere. It increases our dependence on petroleum, reduces the fuel economy of your vehicle, costs you money, produces pollutants and wastes precious natural resources. As if wasted money and pollution are not bad enough, the idling of vehicles is against the law in Germany….

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Safety Corner: Child Car Seat Safety Tips

• All children under 13 years of age should be placed in the back seat of a vehicle, especially one with passenger-side air bags. • Newborns, infants and toddlers should be in a rear-facing infant-only or convertible seat until they are 2 years old or have outgrown their rear-facing seat….

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Ask a JAG: What happens to a civilian accused of misconduct

If you have a legal question you would like to see answered in The Citizen, write “Ask a JAG” at ines.k.liefers2.ln@mail.mil.

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Stuttgart students head back to classrooms

Students and parents head to Robinson Barracks Elementary/Middle School Aug. 26.

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Brenda Law 
Runners pass the baton during the 400-meter relay, the first event of the third annual AFRICOM 
Olympics held Aug. 22 on Kelley Barracks. More than 1,600 people participated in the games.

AFRICOM wins big at third annual Olympics

Staff members and their families at U.S. Africa Command gathered to participate and cheer on each other as amateur Olympians competed in 22 different competitions during the third annual AFRICOM Olympics held at Kelley Barracks Aug. 22.

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Keeping Stuttgart’s air clean and breathable

Keeping Stuttgart’s air clean and breathable

Idling your vehicle truly gets you nowhere.

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Safety Corner: Child car seat safety tips

Safety Corner: Child car seat safety tips

All children under 13 years of age should be placed in the back seat of a vehicle.

September 4, 2013 ×

Send your kids off packing healthy lunches, snacks

By Lt. Col. Karen Hawkins
U.S. Army Public Health Command

Is eating on the run the norm for your family? Busy family schedules often lead to fast foods and convenience foods. Unfortunately, many of these on-the-go food choices may not provide important nutrients children need for good health.

September 3, 2013 ×
Ask A JAG: I am accused of misconduct. What will happen?

Ask A JAG: I am accused of misconduct. What will happen?

U.S. Army Europe handles civilian misconduct through the Civilian Misconduct Action Authority.

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Staff members and their families at U.S. Africa Command gathered to participate and cheer on each other as amateur Olympians competed in 22 different competitions during the third annual AFRICOM Olympics held at Kelley Barracks on August 22, 2013.

AFRICOM wins big at third annual Olympics

Amateur Olympians competed in 22 different competitions during the third annual AFRICOM Olympics, Aug. 22, 2013.

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