“we’ve found one thing as the threats have evolved in the security environment, and that is we’re stronger together.”
Archive for July, 2016
Did you know: For every dollar earned, historically 67 cents comes back to the military community?
The name “Bohnenviertel,” or Bean Quarter, originates in the fact that most of its residents grew pole beans and vegetables in their gardens to feed their families.
Before you go, and during your stay. “Act Smart. Be Safe.” An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
“When service members shop or dine at the Exchange, they are investing in their own communities.”
Exercises like Orion, allow Marines the opportunity to work with foreign militaries, providing invaluable experience for real life scenarios.
Germany is placing particular focus on greening the economy in the region, including from a tourism perspective.
Stuttgart’s Family Advocacy Program hosts free classes available to all ID cardholders.
Due to mechanical failure, Kelley Barracks Express fuel pumps are now open.
DISA-Europe welcomes new commander, Col. Andrew S. McClelland during a change of command ceremony held July 8.
Some of the most common pitfalls and misuses of the GTCC listed.
Sponsor’s are always required to hold an ID card, in addition to their own, for any dependent age 10 or older.
USAG Stuttgart Commander, Col. Glenn K. Dickenson tapped the keg to officially open the City Fest Böblingen at Pestalozzihof, July 9.
What changes to improve readiness should be at the top of the Army’s list?
The 1st Battalion 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) welcomed a new commander at Panzer Kaserne 1-10th parade field July 7.