Stuttgart High School students debate on terrorism to select students to attend a conference in Prague.
A figure of a Soldier saluting behind an American flag can be recognized at the entrance of the Patch Barracks Commissary through Nov. 12.
Fine dust alerts are issued by the city when the “Deutscher Wetterdienst,” or German Weather Service, predicts lowered movement of air on two successive days.
If you’ve never used an AED before, it has easy to follow graphics and the unit itself speaks to the user, providing step-by-step instructions.
The Exchange Credit Program is expanding acceptance of the Military Star card to Commissaries and branches around the world by Nov. 9.
In an exchange program that’s the first of its kind, firefighter Lt. Matthew Cagle, Fort Jackson Fire Department, spent two weeks in September training with the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart FD while a garrison local national firefighter went to South Carolina.
Soldiers from the 52nd Signal Battalion completed obstacle course training in the Local Training Area in Böblingen, Germany, Sep. 28.
Parents can register youth to participate in The Young Americans workshop on Patch Barracks by Nov. 1.
Following a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 21, the Community Bank in Bldg. 2915, Panzer Kaserne, now has two new coin counting machines to exchange U.S. or European Union coins into folding cash.
Team USA Olympic swimmers Kim Vandenberg and Rebecca Soni, visited Sindelfingen for a swim clinic to help Stuttgart Piranhas improve their swimming strokes.
Garrison employees had a working luncheon with IMCOM-Europe director Michael Formica, Oct. 2, at the Patch Community Club.
Stuttgart Army Community Service Family Advocacy Program kicked off Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Oct. 2.