By USAG Public Affairs and the EUCOM Historian’s Office  Did you know many of the buildings and housing areas across U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart are memorialized after Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines who served with distinction during our nation’s conflicts. The Craig Family Housing area between Montana Strasse and theRead More

Story and photos by Paul Hughes USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs “I’m literally as fat as a jelly donut!” I laughed out loud at the beginning of 2018 as my health assessment results were revealed live on American Forces Radio (where I DJ’d at the time). 27% fat it said, theRead More

September is National Preparedness Month Today’s tip: To prepare your Family for an emergency, get one or more emergency kits that include enough supplies to meet your Family’s essential needs for at least three days. When disaster strikes, emergency responders address the most critical needs first and may not beRead More

A sleepy, normal garrison day in Stuttgart, quickly turned into one of the post’s most pivotal days. The largest terrorist attack in American history, shocked the U.S., the world and would have an everlasting effect 4000 miles away at USAG Stuttgart.Read More