All members of the Stuttgart military community should maintain a keen sense of awareness and an elevated vigilance as they live, work and enjoy Europe during the winter holiday season.
Archive for November, 2018
To make this holiday season less stressful for military shoppers, the Panzer Main Exchange is extending its return policy for items purchased between Nov. 1 and Dec. 24.
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is making sure that warfighters and their families get the lowest price this holiday season with an extended price guarantee.
Kendall Old Elk, Crow Tribe, performed for the garrison’s Native American Indian Heritage Month observance, Nov. 27.
The first layer of asphalt work at the commissary intersection.
The annual Combined Federal Campaign is in full swing and easier than ever to donate to the charities of your choice.
By John Reese USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs The annual Combined Federal Campaign is in full swing and easier than ever to donate to the charities of your choice. CFC 2018 opened its online portal Sept. 10 and runs until Jan. 11. Every week in October, November, December and the last…
For the third time this year, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service is giving shoppers an opportunity to help service members and military families in need.
NYC based yoga master Benjamin Sears will conduct a yoga workshop weekend, in English, Dec. 8-9.
On Thanksgiving, the Exchange’s focus will be on family.
The 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) dining facility must adjust the DFAC hours and operations to prepare for the Thanksgiving meal on Nov. 20.
Due to a last-minute scheduling challenge, the Native American Heritage Month Observance set for Thursday, Nov. 15, has been rescheduled.
The Red Cross offers an opportunity to learn what the Stuttgart military community has to offer … and enjoy brunch, too.
Fighting together with its allies from France, Great Britain, Canada, Australia and Italy, the AEF fought with valor in such battles as Cantigny and Belleau Wood through the summer of 1918.
The 3rd-5th grade students at Robinson Barracks Elementary School took on their teachers in a recent game of flag football and hit them with pies.