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.
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.
Stuttgart youth tell their stories through drawings and eassys, read more every Monday.
In July 1977, former Bundeswehr soldat Karl-Heinz Mueller began a lifetime of service to the U.S. government.
To honor Month of the Military Child, meet the children who experience moving, traveling, and deployment in the Stuttgart community.
We can limit the amount of information that is collected by using common sense, instinct and good technical precautions and protection.
Spouses and youth can have sponsors too. Sponsors are an important and helpful part of settling into a new place.
Did you know some kinds of praise are more effective than others?
Bring quality-of-life issues to leadership for action in Stuttgart by submitting issues through AFAP, or the Knowledge Management Office.
Having a pet is a beautiful experience but, can easily become stressful! Here are the details about leaving a pet behind, when necessary.