Your family history and your lifestyle are important risk factors, among others to consider and share with your doctor.
Wear a reflective outer garments and/or equipment during hours of limited visibility, and no headphones. Read the regs.
The annual week of fire prevention awareness has been around since a 1925 presidential proclamation.
A loss or damage claim may be compensable under Article 139 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Stress good behavior on the bus – good behavior and safety go hand-in-hand.
When are FPCON levels raised and how to stay informed.
Service members and dependents can receive emergency alert notifications for USAG Stuttgart through AtHOC.
Currently one in 20 Soldiers fails the Army Physical Fitness Test annually and 13 percent of Soldiers are clinically obese,
September is Suicide Prevention Month, and with it comes greater awareness that there are friends, comrades and family members who may be considering that irreversible decision.
Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.
The guest access procedure can be confusing as individual needs and installation access regulations change with security measures.
Bring local quality-of-life issues to leadership for action in Stuttgart by submitting issues through AFAP by Oct. 6.