Garrison services post this holiday season’s hours.
Demand is high. Wait lists are long. Space for children is limited. Yet, staff create ways to improve conditions and focus services.
The FDA recommended a nationwide voluntary recall of Ranitidine (Zantac) for several prescription-strength and over-the-counter ranitidine products.
CID is currently seeking Military Police Investigators from CMF 31 to become CID Special Agent Warrant Officers.
AAFES to welcome disabled veterans, Purple Heart recipients, caregivers with in-store shopping privileges, Jan. 1.
Federal Employees Benefits Open Season is now underway.
As usual during this busy time of year, the Stuttgart APOs and CMRs will be offering special open hours on Saturdays beginning Nov. 16.
Open Season for the federal employees begins Monday, Nov. 11.
Residents of Army family housing will have another chance to rate the quality of housing and housing services in 2019.
Improvements at the Patch Express gas station mean the pumps will close for several weeks.
Community members enjoyed a sunny run, children’s fest and trunk-or-treat, Oct. 26
Soldiers and their families can now receive dislocation allowance ahead of a PCS move after the Army updated its policy in an effort to reduce the burden of moving.
Hundreds of combined years of service gathered at the Swabian to meet up with old comrades and get up to speed on veterans benefits at RAD 2019, Oct. 17.
The theme for National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2019 is, “The Right Talent, Right Now.”
Here’s the recap of the Panzer Housing Community Town Hall of Sept. 23.