The next two months include a number of holiday celebrations and events that could be potential targets for terrorism.
Archive for November, 2018
The museum includes a look at where Graf’s most famous U.S. junior enlisted Soldier, Elvis Presley, is believed to have etched his name in a brick of the Bleidorn Tower.
A workshop for anyone desiring to learn suicide “first-aid.”
Marines assembled on the MARFOREUR/AF parade ground to witness the dedication of “Devil Dog Field,” Nov. 8.
The Stuttgart 2 Boys U15 team remained undefeated the whole season, giving up only three goals in the regular season and playoffs.
Currently Family and MWR are reporting that the car washes at both Patch and Kelley Barracks are down for maintenance.
The Classified Document Destruction Facility has re-opened after upgrading to more effective equipment.
USAG Stuttgart welcomed retired U.S. military personnel from all services to its annual Retiree Appreciation Day held on October 25 at Patch Barracks.
Physics students from Stuttgart High School and Stuttgart Elementary School worked together on a project to prevent a pumpkin from smashing when plummeting several meters to the ground.
An SHS junior attended a special Military Child Education Coalition event at West Point, NY.
Stuttgart High School’s National Honor Society (NHS) held its first community “Trunk or Treat” event, Oct. 31.
The Stuttgart Jewish Community dedicated a new ark during a Simchat Torah ceremony held at the Panzer Chapel.
‘Avenue Q’ is currently showing at the Stuttgart Theatre Center; its final weekend is November 2-4.
Road work on Kelley Barracks will result in several phased closures of Ashstrasse through Spring 2019.