In a matter of days, the team of military spouses would be responsible for sending convoy after convoy full of urgently needed donations to Ramstein Air Base.
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.
There are numerous castles, castle ruins, and former royal residences in the greater Stuttgart area, but six of the most central and well-known include the Residenzschloss in Ludwigsburg; and Altes Schloss, Neues Schloss, Schloss Solitude, and Schloss Rosenstein in Stuttgart.
The 18 hole, 300 acre course was built in 1956 and designed by Bernhard von Limburger, described by the journal ‘Golf Course Architecture’ as “clearly the most important golf course architect in Germany” in his time.
From the countless waterfalls, each one more mesmerizing than the last, and the hidden hot springs at the end of dramatic hikes, there is just so much to see, do and experience in Iceland.
Eleven youths from the ages 15-22 were selected for the post’s six-week summer hire program.
Electrical injuries represent a serious workplace health and safety issue.
Stay involved, even as your children get older — is a major step in teaching them to be savvy media citizens.
Community cats provide life saving transfusion for a fellow feline
The past 16 months have been challenging. COVID-19 had not only forced us to physically separate in Germany, it had made the gulf between here and home in the states feel almost infinite.
Throughout April, the sacrifices of military children are recognized and celebrated as a part of the Month of the Military Child.
COVID-19 is impacting more than just our health. The environmental impact of take-out containers and discarded masks is climbing.
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By Geoffrey Morris Stuttgart Citizen volunteer In a Navy housing unit in Mississippi, a young Mary Knef used to roam around whistling and singing ‘like a bird’ her mom used to say. Her musical habits earned her the moniker: “Tweedy”. As a child of a Sailor, Tweedy moved around more…
ARC volunteers are stepping forward in the fight against COVID-19.