Key antiterrorism, travel warning, suspicious activity websites and a new URL for ATEP.
Archive for February, 2017
When all the brooms have been burned and turned to ashes, winter is “swept away” for another year.
Soldiers needing financial assistance or interested in contributing, contact an AER unit representative.
Two local students have advanced to the national finalist level in the VFW “Voice of Democracy” and “Patriot’s Pen” competitions.
Second graders at Stuttgart Elementary School recognized a grade-wide problem – listening.
A sponsor plays a key role in making a positive first impression and help integrate into the workplace and community.
U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart AT received the Headquarters, Department of the Army Antiterrorism Honor Roll Award.
Drivers continue to find the road bumpy after answering automobile ads.
Effective immediately all left turns into the back gate during morning hours, and exiting the back gate in the afternoons will now be allowed.
In Germany’s southwest, storks have been celebrated as good-luck symbols.
This is the fourth year Stuttgart has taken the win home from the European Wrestling Championship.
Chaplain (Lt.Col.) Kevin Leideritz is the first permanently-assigned chaplain of Special Operations Command Europe.
The USAG Stuttgart 2017 Soldier of the Year is Pvt. Joshua Young, and Staff Sgt Jay Cortner, DES, is the NCO of the Year.
Good health is important. Practice wellness for a full and richer life.
One in every 35,000 people were either denied a clearance or had their clearance revoked.