By Geoffrey Morris Stuttgart Citizen Volunteer Throughout April, the sacrifices of military children are recognized and celebrated as a part of the Month of the Military Child. The “Military Brats” of Stuttgart High School wear their nickname with pride. Some of them so much so, that they intend to follow…
COVID-19 is impacting more than just our health. The environmental impact of take-out containers and discarded masks is climbing.
DELIVERING IN A WAR ZONE: U.S. commissaries in South Vietnam supported troops, families, government civilians, contractors
DeCA takes a look back while honoring Vietnam Veterans
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.
This is the first part of a three-part series that takes a look at what it’s like to live off-post, on-post and in the barracks at U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart.
Local attractions develop new ways to stay connected during lockdown
Duque-Ayala is now back home in Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, where he is finishing up his former position as a program manager. Upon completion of that assignment, he will transition to his new role as a Space Force acquisition officer.
Women’s roles continue to evolve in the U.S. Military. So do their uniforms.
“I really, truly believe in it,” she said. “30,000 people received the vaccine in the trials, that’s a lot of people. So, if you look at the number of people that had a very negative outcome, it was not large.”
Despite global conditions that limit what we can do, we can choose to make positive changes in our lives,
Arlene Ambelang volunteers her time at the Panzer Chapel.
What are the road conditions? Are schools open? Are services delayed?
Stuttgart High School students gain work experience prior to graduating through the Career Practicum Program.
On May 30, 2005, Citizen editor Hugh C. McBride snapped a photo of Haywood Donerson saluting during a Memorial Day service at Patch Barracks.