A bitterly cold Saturday morning didn’t dissuade costumed runners, walkers, babies in strollers and a half-dozen dogs from the Great Pumpkin 5k, or the garrison’s annual Harvest Festival, Oct. 27.
Archive for October, 2018
Stay safe this Halloween with tips from the USAG Stuttgart Directorate of Emergency Services.
The Army is working hard to secure critical missions on our installations by providing necessary energy and water.
The Stuttgart boxing team defended its title as the top military boxing team in Europe after hosting and capturing first place.
Regional Health Command Europe provides high quality health care for active duty service members and their families, and ensures service members are medically-ready to support their mission.
The Armed Services Blood Program and the American Red Cross–Stuttgart Station are teaming up again for another Stuttgart military community blood drive, Oct. 23, in the Patch Community Center, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., and Oct. 24 in the Panzer Fitness Center, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Real life resilience was experienced by 13 youths and their parents by climbing, crossing and zip-lining together between trees at a forest ropes course, Sept. 18.
The USAG Stuttgart and AFRICOM EOs joined to bring the community a Hispanic Heritage Month observance at the Panzer Exchange, Oct.13.
The RBES PTSA started a program called “Bulldog Buddies.”
Fire Prevention Week this year is Oct. 7-13; it’s a good time to go over the fire safety plan in your home and office,”
Here’s something you don’t see every day: An Army master sergeant being accepted into the Navy Chief’s Mess.
You may have passed an incredible little garden outside of Bldg. 3313, Kelley Barracks, the work of a Stuttgart military community member.
Volksfest isn’t complete without Soldiers’ Fest, a 43-year-old tradition bringing together U.S., German, and other troops for their own day of celebration.
Patch Elementary School was one of three DoDEA schools recognized as a 2018 National Blue Ribbon Schools, Oct 1.
The Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum (German-American Center) James-F.-Byrnes Institut Stuttgart will host its “American Days,” Oct. 16-28.