High School Student Isabella Weibel shares her tips attending Stuttgart’s fest.
Archive for April, 2016
The commissary surcharge – the 5 percent added to every customer’s bill – is not a tax.
Students PCSing into Stuttgart during the summer still have a chance to be involved in the Career Practicum program.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
There are many different resources where military children can connect with other children who are facing similar challenges and parents can get information.
An opening date for the store is still being determined. Additional GNC locations at other locations in Germany and the Pacific are also under review.
The DoD Safe Helpline website is available 24/7, or call the local hotline number for Europe: DSN 537-SAFE (7233) or civ. 0611-143-537-SAFE (7233).
Don’t forget, you aren’t running the marathon alone.
During the summit, attendees heard from guest speaker, U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Kevin J. Basik, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter’s senior advisor for military professionalism.
Tips from Stuttgart’s dietitian to get and stay healthy.
Medical readiness aligns with the military’s top readiness priority, the Army, Navy and Air Force surgeons general told a Senate appropriations panel March 9.
It is only mandatory for children under 13 to wear a helmet while riding their bike in Germany.
April 15 is Purple Up! day, a time for Americans to show their support for military families.
Tips to recycle used coffee grounds from the garden, to pets, to cleaning the household.
Schedule an appointment to discuss your health and nutrition with Stuttgart Army Health Clinic’s dietitian.