Each September, the DOD observes Suicide Prevention Month to promote prevention resources across military communities and share ways to take simple action – to #BeThere for others and themselves.
The garrison and its partner organizations have programs and services for family members during these stressful times.
During COVID-19, worship never stopped with virtual ceremonies taking place and chaplains remaining steadfastly available to the community.
Remember, every day is COVID day, until it’s not. Stay vigilant and stay healthy.
Staff, augmented by service members, volunteers and emergency hires, have not missed a beat.
During training in Louisiana, Capt. Hank Mauterer came across a Soldier who made the most of a tough situation, a lesson that remained with him.
We recognize there is more work to be done.
The Stuttgart Army Wellness Center offers classes such as upping metabolism, quick and healthy meals, sleeping habits and more.
Navy veteran runs for suicide prevention awareness.
As we pause on this special day to honor our fallen heroes, let’s also keep safety a No.1 priority while on and off the job.
From the newest Soldiers in basic training, to our most senior leaders, the Army Values bind us together as a profession.
Many of the health issues men face are preventable and treatable.
Here are my top favorite places in Stuttgart that everyone should check out, at least once!
As the temperature rises, so do complaints about noise, litter, smoking, and traffic in the family housing areas.
The USAG Stuttgart change of command is set for Feb. 27.