The Stuttgart military community, in conjunction with Army Community Service, recognized Make a Difference Day, by providing aid to local organizations and beautifying public areas.
Financial hardships can affect the status of a military member or Department of Defense civilian employee’s security clearance.
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What is the best part of Homecoming?
As an independent duty medical technician deployed to Southwest Asia, I have always felt that I was never doing enough.
There’s a lot to celebrate lately in the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Department for Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation.
After years of preparation, the day had finally come.
For the third year running, the Stuttgart Arts and Crafts program has been named best in the Army.
Stuttgart has seen an increase in the number of shoplifting incidents in 2009.
On Oct. 8, some 1,950 children in the Stuttgart military community
opened the book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” by Eric Carle, and read
it from cover to cover in hopes of not only learning about hungry
caterpillars, but helping to set a world record for reading.
Injured military members and their families may expect a prescription
for pain medication when they visit the doctor, but what about playing
Amidst a sea of Croatian boys and girls smiling and waving miniature
U.S. flags, Maj. Gen. Frank Kisner, U.S. Special Operations Command
Europe commander, was given a warm welcome during his second visit to
the small village of Debeljak.
Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines from the Stuttgart military community celebrated the 35th Soldaten Wasen — the ‘Soldier’s Fest’