In Germany, lantern parades are a tradition, Nov. 11, to honor the patron saint of charity for Saint Martin’s Day.
The Exchange Credit Program expanded the Military Star Card for use in all commissaries in Stuttgart.
Stuttgart military community organizations may apply for project funding.
A figure of a Soldier saluting behind an American flag can be recognized at the entrance of the Patch Barracks Commissary through Nov. 12.
The Stuttgart Health Clinic offers free flu shots to all ID cardholders at the clinic now through December.
The U.S. Army Garrison-Stuttgart is set to conduct its annual force protection exercise, Stallion Shake 2017, at Patch Barracks, Sept. 16.
Appointments can be made by both CAC and non-CAC card holders via the RAPIDS online system.
The Stuttgart military community is invited to attend the Patriot Day ceremony Sept. 11 at noon on Washington Square, Patch Barracks.
Parents will have to drop-off/pick-up their Middle School-aged children at other locations on Patch Barracks.
This program is open to commissioned officers in the rank of second lieutenant through captain.
The Military Police Desk has officially moved to Panzer Kaserne from Patch Barracks.
The following home-based businesses are authorized to conduct business in U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart installations.
A construction project to replace the roof on the Patch Library has begun and will continue until October.
Opportunities knock in Stuttgart from career internships to volunteering.
Some RSO offices are moving to new locations.