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Archive for April, 2018
How to clean your vehicle for PCS inspection and shipping.
The workshop introduced the newest casualty managers in Europe: Augustus Norvell, USAG Stuttgart.
To help you and your child adjust and get the sleep you both need set up a bedtime routine that helps prepare your bodies and minds for sleep.
Electrical injuries represent a serious workplace health and safety issue.
A reading exhibition featuring selections from published stories, poems, folklore, history, essays, speeches and written biographies was held at Patch Middle School, April 13.
Every Monday read and enjoy art and essays from the Stuttgart youth.
The Army joins the nation in celebrating Earth Day on April 22; locally, the USAG Stuttgart Directorate of Public Works Environmental Division will observe Earth Day with the garrison’s schools during the first week of May.
Since 2005, commissaries have recycled or diverted almost 1.6 billion pounds of waste from landfills all around the world.
United Through Reading is perfect for those who know they are about to deploy or are here unaccompanied. Photo by Shannon Speights, Stuttgart USO Center
If the house average at Panzer Kaserne’s bowling alley has crept up in recent months, there’s a good chance the arrival of former All-Navy Bowling Team star Lt. Cmdr. Sandy Longworth has something to do with it.
This is the Month of the Military Child. Being a father of four, I can appreciate the sacrifices military children face.
From deployments to new schools, military children are faced with unique challenges that non-military children their age never experience.
Frieda Campbell has been a constant presence at USAG Stuttgart since the early 1990s and has served as a volunteer at the USO since 2004.
“By providing a reading alternative to the younger generational preference for electronics, I had hoped my project would grant everyone in the USAG Stuttgart community an opportunity to read more,” Taylor said.