“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.
This year, John Crosson celebrates 40 years of service to his country both in and out of uniform.
I am because you are. And you are because I am. Each affects the other.
The year the world came together as people stayed apart.
Resources for kicking the habit are available at the Army Wellness Center on Patch Barracks.
Despite all the changes to how we operate, COVID did not stop us from accomplishing goals and bettering our community last year, and it won’t stop us in 2021.
Chaplain Gerard Mauterer reflects how this year especially offers us a rare and special gift, time.
The German holiday season begins with the first Advent Sunday in early December and runs through to January 6, or Epiphany.
Mr. Johnson spoke highly of his time with Outdoor Recreation and its part in keeping up morale and happiness on the garrison.
USAG Stuttgart offers a multitude of resiliency resources for community members–tap into them today!