Relocating to a new duty location can seem like a daunting task. ACS is here to assist you.
An 80-year old German citizen recently visited Patch Barracks for the first time since he was a child during WWII.
ACS recognized Keona Kaneshiro as Stuttgart’s Youth Volunteer of the Year. Learn more about her volunteer work in the Stuttgart military community.
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Patch Middle School sixth graders experienced hands-on activities in the great outdoors as part of Earth Month, May 14 and 15.
During the celebration of Month of the Military Child in April and Military Appreciation Month in May, it is time to look at what makes this particular group of children stand out from the rest.
Obtaining a drivers license in Europe is part of the Stuttgart garrison in-processing; test online before arrival.
The SHS Senior Class Council held a National College Decision Day to celebrate the beginning of a new chapter for graduating students.
The upside of moving to another country is you get to be with kids just like you.
When we hear the word “MILITARY” we imagine or think of family, friends, and life.
Military life like mine is everything but normal…however, without the military I wouldn’t be me.
Being military-connected could be thought of as a curse for some kids, but I consider it a blessing.
The CYS circus was in town, entertaining hundreds of kids of all ages at the USAG Stuttgart Child Youth Services Spring Fest, April 27.
To be a military-connected child can be the worst thing it the world, but it can also be the best thing to ever happen.
“Volunteering is a good way to learn new skills, make friends, and get involved.”