The Stuttgart Veterinary Clinic on Panzer Kaserne is holding a clinic for all military community members with cats and dogs to receive rabies shots – and whatever other needs pet owners have – today, Sept. 28, in conjunction with World Rabies Day.
Archive for September, 2017
Members assigned to U.S. Africa Command and their families gathered for the seventh annual AFRICOM Olympics, Sept. 22.
Register for these free classes to learn more about the Army environment, explore self-development, leadership skills, and more.
All drivers exiting RBES parking lot are to proceed right to the traffic circle to speed up exiting traffic.
Dozens of emergency vehicles and personnel converged on Patch Barracks Sept. 16 in response to simulated incidents that resulted in numerous injured and fatal casualties.
A great trip is located just around the corner, in Ulm, where activities are endless as is the history.
Stress good behavior on the bus – good behavior and safety go hand-in-hand.
When are FPCON levels raised and how to stay informed.
There are nearly 83,000 Americans who remain missing and unaccounted-for going back to World War II.
A Patriot Day ceremony was held at Washington Square on Patch Barracks to mark the 16th anniversary of Sept. 11.
The U.S. Army Garrison-Stuttgart is set to conduct its annual force protection exercise, Stallion Shake 2017, at Patch Barracks, Sept. 16.
Service members and dependents can receive emergency alert notifications for USAG Stuttgart through AtHOC.
Appointments can be made by both CAC and non-CAC card holders via the RAPIDS online system.
Drivers heading to certain cities in France will need to obtain the Crit’Air emissions sticker to avoid fines starting Nov. 1.
Currently one in 20 Soldiers fails the Army Physical Fitness Test annually and 13 percent of Soldiers are clinically obese,