Students at U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart went back in school, Aug. 24, amid coronavirus measures
By the time the DOD stop movement order hit the Stuttgart community on March 25, the Stuttgart Army lodging team had been preparing for over a month to combat COVID-19.
Local news translated as a courtesy by USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs.
“Rest assured we are working really hard to prevent the spread of COVID here at our school,” Moss-Beaman said.
The garrison and its partner organizations have programs and services for family members during these stressful times.
Kits are available upon request through the USO and may be picked up by the service member’s sponsor or by delivery on Mondays and Thursdays.
If you live on the economy, you probably have steel or aluminum Rolladen shutters on the outside of your windows. These robust window fixtures roll down to cover and protect your windows against wind, rain, fire, theft, and your home against the blazing heat.
The DoDEA team is working to provide a safe environment to reunite staff and students for the academic year 2020-2021.
August is Antiterrorism Awareness Month, emphasizing vigilance that community members should employ year-round
U.S. Air Forces-Europe Band plays for seniors at a care facility in Sindelfingen.
Rebecca Hartner heads to basic training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Guests from across the community joined the French Liaison Team to the U.S. Forces in Stuttgart for a “Bastille Day” celebration on July 14 at Kelley Barracks.
All active duty Army service members need to in-process CIF upon arrival.
Condrey told the physically-distanced crowd who gathered in the chapel on Panzer Kaserne, that all the praise should go to the work force.
The annual Army Emergency Relief campaign raises money for interest-free loans, grants and scholarships to eligible military members in Stuttgart.