People scheduled to move to the States this summer should start preparing now by separating things that are banned.
Archive for May, 2017
The second Sunday in May is dedicated to all mothers in the world.
Community members volunteered $1.7 million of their personal time to various community events, programs and services in 2016.
Stuttgart Health Clinic Appointment Line DSN: 590-2900/civ. 06371-9464-2900.
6th graders at Patch Middle School, USAG Stuttgart, planted an apple tree on the campus as part of the school’s Earth Day activities.
The Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support, or DANTES, is proud to announce the new “MyVolEdPath” mobile app.
U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart was named one of five recipients, and the only overseas installation awarded.
Garrison workforce full-time civilian employees can now sign up for the Civilian Fitness Program.
An informational sign depicting the growing tree and fruit type descriptions was installed in March on Robinson Barracks at the orchard.
Service members and civilians from all branches gathered for the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart’s National Prayer Breakfast, May 4, at the Swabian Special Events Center (SSEC), Patch Barracks.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. Raise awareness and help people take action to prevent or detect it.
The evening’s top winners included USAG Stuttgart’s Stuttgart Theater Center with nine Toppers.
During Month of the Military Child in April, the Stuttgart community celebrates kids with activities all month long concluding with Spring Fest.
All persons living in Germany must comply with these rules for parents, guardians and youth.
The Stuttgart Military Community recognized National Holocaust Observance week, April 23-30 with events at SAAF and on Kelley Barracks.