USAG Stuttgart’s Summer Hire Program offered jobs in various positions for 18 students this year.
Archive for August, 2016
More than sixty mountain bike racers travelled from U.S. Army garrisons across Europe to test their skills in “The Beast”.
Globalization affects threats — requiring new looks, new strategies and new tactics.
Here are some tips to help make your summer the best, and healthiest, one yet.
There are so many great fun and energetic activities the entire family can enjoy from theme parks to camping.
Get crafty with these homemade ideas to keep the kids busy before going back to school.
How to visit three countries in one day from Stuttgart: Switzerland, Austria and Germany.
Stuttgart’s Family Advocacy Program hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Aug. 3 for the public lactation room at ACS.
Germany is the birthplace of homeopathy as well as more than 350 approved health resorts and spas.
Fun recipes for summer grilling that are easy to prepare and good to eat.
A new Army video game is taking soldiers into the heart of foreign disaster zones and delivering real-world training from their laptop or tablet.
Special Operations Command Europe hosted the 2nd Annual International Jump Week, July 25-29.
Students from the Stuttgart military community on each installation were selected to receive $2,000 scholarships.
Being nonpartisan is a critical element of the profession of arms in the United States, Dunford said.
Service members and their families who shopped and dined at AAFES generated $1,434,899 last year for local military quality-of-life programs.