Stuttgart is a biking town and cycling is a major form of transportation to and from work, as well as riding for enjoyment.
Sgt. Joshua Lantz, military policeman, HHC, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart, was a runner-up in junior Soldier category Best Warrior Competition.
During April, USAG Stuttgart observed Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.
“We can either isolate ourselves, or we can be open about our experiences and recognize them.”
A new registry enables the Army Public Health Center to provide current or former residents information on environmental health hazards, assist them in seeking medical care for any housing related illnesses or concerns, and serve as a two-way exchange of information for all potential enrollees.
From the newest Soldiers in basic training, to our most senior leaders, the Army Values bind us together as a profession.
The Stuttgart Law Center has certain systems in place to maximize our efficiency as an office, regardless of any obstacles encountered.
As people spend more time outdoors, so do many insects and pests.
The students and staff were gathered at the beginning of the school day to hear that they had, indeed, read enough minutes–286,000 to be exact!
April 5 is observed as Gold Star Spouse’s Day.
A town hall military retirees and active duty members transitioning into retirement took place on Panzer Kaserne, March 27.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December 2017 made the majority of government civilian employee relocation entitlements taxable, causing some concern and confusion over what elements would be taxed.
After more than 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America program has updated its policy to a gender-neutral format, meaning boys and girls may now join a troop–together–in their communities.
Behavioral health and suicide amongst senior leaders will be discussed at a symposium, April 17.
Soldiers of IMCOM traded their patches for AMC insignia during a ceremony before the garrison headquarters building.